The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00839
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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 16, 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
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
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System ID: UF00028415:00839
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MAY 16, 1941
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I ,Alarm Is SoundedFor 36 PROMOTIONS AT



HERE ON Clewiston Volunteer Fire

I Instead of the weekly meeting of Department did good work Monday PROGRAM MONDAY

EVENING the Kiwanis Club on Wednesday MEETING ON TUESDAY, night in answering a call to the ,

FRIDAY light at the Clewiston Inn, thenembers Hay Building but the small blaze

of Ulictuu accepted- the which caused the alarm was extinguished Thirty-six students from the sixth

invitation of Mr., and Mrs. J. E. The new officers of Clewiston before the truck's arrival grade were promoted into Junior
An enthusiastic audience of residents at their American Legion Post No. 93 were of.. other apartments -
Beardsley' to a steak fry by occupants High School at a most impsessivo

! from Clewiston and nearby I farm near Ritta. Some forty mem- installed at the regular 'monthly I in the building. commencement program held Mon-

communities was on hand Friday bers and wives attended. meeting on Tuesday night at the The blaze was noticed in a va- day evening in the High School

the Clewiston Inn to with Dr. W. J. Buck I .. ..
evening at broiled over an open Clewiston Inn .. + apartment adjoining: the Newsiaui Auditorium.The .
Lucile Elvidge and Paul Steaks were of Belle Glade acting. as installing aiteh d been at
greet concertIn fire near the home and were served I office where stage was attractively deco-
Hilliard who presented first com- with hot rolls potato chips, officer. work during the day. It is supposed rated by Mrs. A. 0., Ward, Mrs. E.
song and speech, coffee, E. M. Cornette will serve as that one of them dropped a -
inlewiston. bread and butter pickles, C. Mills and Mrs. M. ,M. Prewitt
concert to be given the new year,
during pile
Commander which caught a
whole tomatoes and oranges. cigarette with pink hollyhocks, blue lupinesand
R. M. Bishop as vice afire, smouldering for
follow- of oily rags The girls wore
dinner and larkspur.
was well chosen for During the adjutant, W. C.
The program G. B. Thomas as hours before bursting into
tLe several and of pink
entertained white dresses corsages
the occasion and each of the various ing Jerry WIlcox Owen chaplain, R. N. Miller: as fire discovered
as The was
his flame. while'the sport
boys wore
'by recorded music using rosebuds
numbers was applauded group historian and C. V. Parkinson as o'clock.
about but-
white trousers
coats and
Intro- system.
audience. Parkinsonis
the appreciative public 0ergeant-at-arms. :Mr.
tonaires of pink rosebuds. All
the, concert ,was a prologueby commander.The '
ducing retiring
and Miss Term Honor RollIs were grouped on the stage during \
both Mr. Hilliard Baseball Club To new commander named the
in private life is heads for the program.
(who committee
:t "Elvidge following as
\Irs. Hilliard.) ,The prologue was Meet Pahokee" In the year: F. D. Duff to head Civic Given for First Following the opening. prayer by

II Pagliacci Fr L. J. Flynn, pastor" of St.
a parody using the Affairs Committee; J. E. Beardsley,
f to explain Six School GradesThe Margaret's Catholic Church, the
score, and it served cleverly First League Game service officer; H. 'R. Hall, enter-
concert. School Glee Club of 27 voices
of the AmericanIsm High
the purpose tainment; R. M Bishop,
Hilliard's first number was a : attendanceand gathered in front of the stage to
Mr. and G. B. Thomas entire
, roll for the "
I ballad, Eri Tu (Un Ballo in Ma'schera Clewiston's baseball club of the membership. W. C. Owen was honor of the Clewiston sing "Come Thou Almighty King.

Miss Elvidge's its eight-month, term Mrs. Essie Oliver, sixth grade
Verdi), and will play special sub-com
: I Lake-Coast League named to head a elementary school was
of excerpts from 'pahokee Sun- Com- primary and teacher, made a brief,talk in which
in Americanism
first was a group first league game mittee of the Principal R. W.
} to the Lake I given: this week by I she paid tribute to the work dor.eby
orations-Spartacus team. uniform
famous lay with the Pahokee mittee to work out a
Antony's Oration scheduled Turk I as follows: the group of students and her
Marc Glade are of
Gladiators: :. Worth and Belle tice for the awarding prac-I
and the Grade 1: Howard Ashley. in working with them
Address; .
Patrick Henry's I to play the same day.Tile students of the Clewiston, Ed-
Wadsworth Lon Grade 2: Carol Joy_ Alston, through the year.
poem by Henry will be called at three and Moore Haven schools! year.

fellow, The Building of the Ship. o'clock'and game the probable batteries It was decided that the new win Messer, Rachel Turne1-Miner, Eleanor Wayne Fr. Flynn then gave his addressto
The remainder, of the numbers for Clewiston will be Roberts pitch- community center in the'old administration Shelter, Joyce the class and in an Interesting ,

which Mr. Hilliard sang were in Clark catching. building' be formally open- Von Mach. and inspiring manner advised themto

English, and included I Heard a ing In and a practice game last Sunday I ed on the night of May 30 witha I Grade 3: Bobby Berner,Margaret Shirley show the proper respect for authority -

De Rose), My Lady the Benbow, John Williams, their parents, to
Forest Praying ( afternoon at Belle Glade some of I dance to be sponsored by Richard and to

Walks in Loveliness (Charles), material showed up very Legion. A charge of one dollar Himrod, Ann Prewitt, observe the laws of Americanismand

of Sixpence (Malotte), the new for Knight, Harry Vaughn and Gilbert of religion in everyday .
Sing a.Song well although the 'game ended ina per couple will be made except the place I

The Rich '''Man (Hageman: poem six-six tie at the ,end of the school students who will 'only payfifty Stiles. Jack life.

by F. P. Adams) ;' two ,folk songs, innings. cents. The orchestra has not Grade, 4: Corrine Von Mach Perfect attendance certificateswere
: Es-
Fair (Martin), andO eleven Davis, Chas. Miner, Christine
to R.
Come Roberts and Bud Vaughn yet been selected McLeod and then awarded by Principal
Rabbit Richard
Foster), For You penlaub,
' Susanna ( awardingof
followed the
, duties and Ed Clark W. Turk by
and 0 Dry Those Danny Martin.
Alone (Gelhl) certificates. Fr. Flynn
Tears (del Riego). and Ray Bass halved the catching Grade 5: Doris Strickland, Joyce promotion McLeod and ."
UP presented
local line-up RECEIPTS
Miss chore. Others, in the POSTAL Phillips, Carline Berner, Anthony
Both Mr. Hilliard ; Louise Thomas with a $3.00
were Darrel Blue, at first base Owen Ernest Smith, Kim Kol- Mary
' appeared in two short at cash prize each for being the out-
; second, Tom and Kathryn
Winn at Clifford Beatty
numbers by a Florida composer the shortstop, Junior Waters at third 13 PER CENT FOR Dyess. standing boy and girl scholars of

(Mana Zucca) ; these were field Bill the class.
did and base, Sandy Bell in left Grade 6: Mary Louise Thomas,
humorous "J'Ever-H'm-I Davis in centerfieldand Benbow, student farewell was givenby
Peay and Jim McLeod, Chas. The
"Mumps.: ". In lieu of an'intermis-Miss ': Lefty Holstjne; in right field.. FIRST 4 41 MONTHS Gilbert I Harriette Lynette Alston; Jo Am Mary Louise Thomas and the

lion ,as sh< explained it, Harris .. Wanda Shelter
Everett' Forbe*.,.an.dIe. --- ', and -Agnes Louise-Thomas student 'welcome by
Elvidge gave a delightful travesty" batteries for tlie Belle Glade -' Crouch II'1.'.. of" the' seventh 'grade ""-::'-;'-;::' :,- were '
"Our Stage of Not So Long Ago, '. A, report from Postmaster A. W. features l"-
team. Of of the most interesting
when with the aid of a few props Sias this week is to the effect that District Meeting was'' the
of the program
lightning changes, she cleverly first four months of 1941
and the
imitated stage and vaudeville favo- Fish And Game Club shows a marked improvement over Scouts Here May 27 lowed medley. of popular by the airs entire which sixth fol-
rites of by-gone days. the same period in 1940 in busi- incidents were

Miss Elvidge's interpretation ofa Will Meet Tonight ness at the local second-class of- grade. Amusing the
the words in
being made for substituted for the
cutting from Rostand's heroic fice. Plans are
Bergerac" was monthly meeting of the Hendry- songs.
comedy "Cyrano meeting of the Fish and Game 8321 money orders were of Scouts whichs the Glee
. given and well received.A A this Glades district Boy "Auld Lang Syne" by
splendidly period year
been called tonight in the four-month held in Clewiston Fr.
Club has to be the closing prayer by
fitting climax' to the programwas and in planned Club and
final number "The Congo"given the high school auditorium by for a total of $75,387.60 7- m May 27. This is the third dis- Flynn completed the program, following -:
the there were
H. J. Oglesby to discuss this period last year : both Moore Haven were in-
President the pupils
by both Miss Elvidge and Mr. to $68,129.33. .- rict; meeting, which
Hilliard. Miss Elvidge's readingof the proposed program of exterminating 542 orders amounting of 779 ind LaBelle having played host to vited to the home of Mr. and Mrs.:
deer in Hendry County This is an increase recordings were
par- the group. Roy Alston where
Lindsay's poem was
of $7-
Vachel control of the cattle fever money orders in an similar to medley,
for planned grade
noteworthy, and the in- A barbecue'is made of the sixth

ticularly troduction with it of! the theme of tick. A meeting last Friday night 257.27. I.hose held in Moore Haven and La- the student farewell and welcome

'Deep'River, which Mr. Hilliard was hurriedly gotten up and poor- Postal receipts, consisting prin- I i Belle except that each Scout and and an original poem which had

original arrangementby ly advertised and the attendancewas cipally of stamp sales, amounted to visitor will do his own cooking. been read by Mr. Turk.

sang, was an not large as desired. 13% increase over_ the 1940 are being arranged -
which these two artists suggested as a Three barbecue pits Promotion certificates were

the close relationship of the Some of the local sportsmen feel period. $4,800.80 .was the amountfor near the old hospital site on awarded to Chas. Benbow, Ben Bol-

that: if the native deer carry fever the first four months this year and an arrangement wille Doke, ,
elemental rhythm of jungle chants he: ridge ton, Bobby Croy, Gene Byron
and are susceptible to the and in 1940 it was, $4,220. that a group of
ami the rhythmic swing of negro ticks: > worked out so George Marshall Elkins, Wm. Dean
imported from oth- record of postal receipts is 'to each pit
of the South. fever then deer The Scouts may be assigned Holland Byrl Dean Ingram, Jack
folk songs
states to restock would be one of the best barometers rof com- starting at six o'clock.Each Mar-
Miss Genevieve Morris, at the er in relays Albert Martinez, Celestino A.
more'susceptible and would growth and the receIpts of will be Informed -
munity Scoutmaster Martinez,
even Horatio
able accompanist.The Jr. Oliver
an tinez, ,
piano, was the di- made consistent cook-
concert was made possible bya not long be able to resist the local office have when his groups may start Bobby Maynard, Gilbert Keith Mc-

large group of patrons who underwrote sease.It gains every, year. ing. Each will furnish his own Leod, Eugene C. Mills, Jr., Clar-

the expenses of the presen- is hoped that enough sportsmen meat. ence Stiles, Raymond Edward Trice,

tation in advance, and to whom I will attend the meeting that Speakers Chosen For Visitors are invited and urgedto the Sammy Ray Young, Marjorie Nell
cross-section of sentiment will be treated Alston
tickets of admission were given for a good attend but Alston, Harrette Lynette

use or distribution There were can be secured and Rep. E. L.. School End Program same as the boys and made to Ogie Lee Arnett, Patricia Ann
in Tallahassee. weather
notified If
be meat.
Stewart Bledsoe,
their own Jacqueline
no ticket sales at the door. cook will be Bailey, Mary
permits the Court of Honor Virginia Louise Cox, Jo Ann

Bob Beardsley Stars Community 'Church Dr. George H. ,Moore, pastor of held near the same spot on the be Crouch, Ruth Elizabeth Emrich,
of Fort arrangements .will Marie Geiger -
the First Baptist' Church ridge but June Espenlaub, Noley

With Gator NettersFlorida Elects New Officers Pierce, has accepted an, invitationto made for an indoor location if the Sally Graham, Mary Ruth

; preach the baccalaureate .sermon weather is bad. Johnson, Janice Norton, AgnesMarie

T to the graduating class of Clewis- Louise Prewitt, .Shirley
I A church meeting :which was helda of 1941. The Called Louise Thomas, Vir-
Gator tennis team woundup ton High School, Six Whites Schultz, Mary

their season Saturday afternoon : few weeks ago on Sunday morn- service will be held in .the school ginia Turner; Dorothea Grace Ward'

at DeLand with an unsuccessful ing and adjourned when time did auditorium on Sunday evening, To Army May 22nd and Nell Louise Burkett.
completion were
, attempt to whip the strong not permit June 1. Perfect attendance awards

I Stetson Hatters, losing 5-4. to bring was finished last night at a meet- On Monday night, June 9, John made to Daryl Cox of the first

their seasonal average of wins and ing at the church. All officers, J" Leonard, superintendent of schools The, local draft- office announcesthat grade; Phyllis ,Bishop, Mary: Ann

losses 'to .769, best .in recent years.A were elected and the pulpit commIttee ill Palm Beach County, will deliver six white draftees, are to 7:00 report (Continued on Page 8)

well-rounded Gator team composed ,submitted a report. the address at commence- [ here. on May 22nd at

I of comparatively: "green" ,After a conference with Rev. ment. a. m. to be, sent to the army in- Church Makes Effort
who had ben' Blandin
Arthur A. Froelich, station at Camp
most of whom were sophomores duction
players twice issued a call to come here as pastor Attend their year of army train- DeficitThe
whipped Mercer of the church, the committee Dr. Purdon To to begin To Clear
Stetson, Citadel Furman, ,Wofford Tech,, Emory, announced that Rev. Froelich had Convention I ing.The six are: Odell Curry, of La-
stated that it was impossible for Osteopathic Robert Beuford Archer, Dan is beginninga
and Henry, while they tied Geor- Belle, I Baptist Church
Colorado, losing only to Stetson him to leave his present charge at Joyce, Jr., Edwin Odell Ward drive this week in an effort to
gia, ol,
this time due to some Browning, !
at remainson
Palmetto of Forl Maxwell which
F. Clayton small deficit
b. Georgia. Walter
... and Dr. An- clear a
work still unfinished there andhe of- and George Elmer hope of
membersof opened an church in the
One of the undefeated Myers, who recently Clewiston the new
Beards- felt it his Christian duty to I the practice of LaBelle; for dedicationon
this year's squad is Bob ice in Clewiston for derson Camp having it in shape
ley, who acted in the dual capacity remain. He would not ask that of osteopathy, is to attend the The three negroes sent to its third anniversary, May 19.
the call be held open but said that week were Andrew first of
of player and manager dur- convention and post-graduate course Blanding this Letters were mailed the
of he appreciated the call and shouldit of Osteopathic Reynolds of Felda, J. D. members asking
6 out Association all
: ing the season, winning of the Florida James Frank the week to
i 6. Adolph Brose, the other undefeated ,- be extended again In two or Medical Physicians and Surgeons Tippins of LaBelle and that each do what he could to
would bp glad to Charleston
player, won 3 out of 3. three months he to be held in the Columbus Gary, a transfer from clear the debt.Although .

oS Florida's No. 1 tennisman H. T. hear from the Clewiston church. Hotel in Miami on May 19, 20 and S. C. A fourth negro slated to go no dedication plans
Members of the Board of Elders Fred Hudson of Clew- the deficitIs
matches Charlie if
Osgood, won six of the seven 21. was attack have yet been
W. Lawrence and with an -
A. ill the
elected were reported 19th
who the
Alligator. of tho iston before -
he played.-Florida trustee cleared
Purdon is a [
1944 Dr. be-
until before
R. N. Smith to serve the day held shortly
of mumps will be
and is president : dedication
and A. W.; Sias Florida association Eight
and J. G. Niblack to depart.
public school Di,- ing scheduled -
has 13,000 Florida
Florida Southwest thereafter.
of the 27.
teachers and $75,000,000 investedin to serve until 1943. Mrs. Keathley more negroes will leave on May::
(Continued on Page 8) trict Society I
school property. I


I Spotting Saboteurs I I Gems -of Thought

pERHAPS the time will
Plant parasites and diseases which come to America from foreign when mankind will honor its

lands cost Uncle, Sam about 3 billions per year. But the U. S. is busy saviors more than its destroy

trying.to stop these saboteurs. A chain of plant quarantine mstations has ers, Pasteur and Lister more

been established around our borders where incoming plants must pass than Napoleon and Ludendorff.

Washington, D. C. rigid inspections. These photos take you to one of these "agricultural Memos of a Inge.

MEDITERRANEAN KEY Ellis Islands" at Hob ken, N. J. Girl Friday: Fame Chnrtrtei's is what you have taken,

Key to the fateful battle of the x .. x.uu _. Dear W. W.: Quentin Reynolds When to this what truth jou you gi'ie tcaken;
Mediterranean which is about to I has arrived safely via convoy. He Then you begin to lite.TAYLOR..
burst in full fury is not the Suez made it that way to do an article .

canal, but Br t3in's great naval base for Collier's on convoys FDR Trifles make perfection, and
at Alexandria, 125 miles west of and John L. Lewis haven't exactly perfection is no trifle.-1\1ichel-
the canal entrance. buried the hatchet but the things angelo.
The loss of Alexandria would deprive they say of each other privately
the British of their key aren't as nasty as they were. Things never go so well .that
one should have no fear and
"bridgehead" in northern ,Africa
and ensure Axis domination of the Mrs. Tl: Roosevelt Jr. resigned never so ill that 'one should
eastern Mediterranean. from that "Women United for have no hope.-Turkish proverb.

Actually, the'Suez canal itself has Peace" outfit. She was a speaker
been of little value to the British %k along with Senators Reynolds and

for months. It went out of use as f? Bennett Clark at Carnegie Hall. She The Gettysburg Address
the so-called "life-line of the em t: said in her talk that America had

pire" when the Axis air attack that no room for intolerance. The com Available for Framing
severely damaged the air carrier Illustrious :: ment met stony silence-so she re
proved it was suicidal to signed. Hurray for her

attempt to convoy shipping through .
the long and narrow waterway. N,:,, You wanted me to remind you to
Since then the Mediterranean has ;;(:: : say something about the Ism gang
been a "no man's land" for all the sters who pin themselves onto

belligerents. While 2,000 miles in Jf? ...::>" Americans who are popular. Will-
length, its narrow width at certain kie sure was brave when he threw
places has made it extremely hazardous away the votes of many by publicly
for both sides, and the Brit announcing that he didn't want
ish have been routing their shipping Fronters, Bundists et al on his side
around the Cape of Good Hope for Dare the Dept. of Commerce

some time. to deny this That our oil ex

Loss 01 me Mediterranean would, ports to Japan are still averaging
of course, be.a serious blow to the Becker about 400,000 barrels weekly and
George chief entomologist at the Hoboken plant quarantine
British; but it would by no means have been as high as 600,000 per
end the war or mean victory for the station, pointing to an enlarged picture of a new beetle, winch is found week!

Axis. With her, fleet intact, Britain in plants coming from South America.

would still be able to carry'the fight +, ___u__ The spending by the visiting Brit
to Hitler and Mussolini. ish tars has saved many a joint

ready to fold up Eliot Janeway
MACHINE TOOLS has a honey of a piece in the new'
Chief reason behind the big cur Life called "Hitler vs. Roosevelt"
tailment in auto production was the Soandso's just phoned. Said "'"THE world will little note, nor
release of urgently needed machine that FDR's jaw is "longer than A long remember what we say
tools for defense. The machine tool ever" and that- his knuckles are a here ."

.. bottleneck could be broken over little whiter when he clenches his Those were modest words Lincoln
night if all the machine tools owned fist-and that his policy henceforth spoke at Gettysburg-and

by the motor industry were turned will be "action or dismissal!"- they proved wrong. For Americans

to the making of planes, tanks and Your Girl Friday. do remember, still live for

other armament. the ideal he expressed that day:

Defense experts estimate that Notes of an "That government of the people,

there are around 1,500,000 machine Innocent Bystander: by the people, for the people shall
tools in the U. S., of which more not perish from the earth."
The Story Tellers: Edmond Taylor's
than half are in plants making motor *
Fortune piece is a must for
vehicles or parts for them, and Americans who don't think Hitler The Gettysburg address In Lincoln's
in the allied metal fabricating in handwriting, is one of our new set. "Three
is a menace here Pic
runs a Great American Documents."
dustry. The list includes grinders, Others
warning that homely gals are the are the ":rj11 of Rights and the original
milling machines lathes
boring safest, and gives examples of beau Star Spangled Banner, In Francis Scott
machines, presses, gear cutters, ties who got into trouble with their Key's handwriting. All are, handsomely
drillers, and shapers, all vital in the printed, full size. In sepia on cream antique
looks. A few
later it shows
production of defense equipment. pages paper. Includes a 4-page leaflet giVe
what a grand time Hope Carroll, ing the histories of the documents. For
New of machine tools
output is
--- ---,,-..,..,;.......; the blue book's glamour mascot, has the set, send your order to:
now speeding at the rate of 14,000a "
because "she's
got everything.
month. This is a spectacular Inspectors examining a ship Make up your mind! Morely READER-HOME SERVICE
achievement and a great tribute to ment of orchids from England. Cassidy shows in Coronet how 635 Sixth .
the a Ave. New York City
industry. But it is
only a drop
even the ultra-aristocratic legacy caused crime and
a wave a
Enclose 10 cents
in the bucket compared to the In coin for your
750,000 machine tools already orchid may have diseases and l ce. gold rush in Philly. He reports set of THREE GREAT AMERICAN

pos ......--.--.--- 25,563 persons claimed a $17,000,000 DOCUMENTS.
sessed by the auto and metal fabricating
legacy. Already it has inspired
industries which
such crimes as forgery, perjury,
say would increase defense production
wife desertion and two murders .
to full flow immediately if
pooled and devoted entirely to this John Cudahy is easy on King Leo- AVEGETABLE
purpose. pold of the Belgians for surrendering ,
under fire. The former U. S.
HIDDEN Ambassador, writing in World Laxative
Digest, recalls that the.French were For Headache,
A stocky, gray-haired man, blundering all over the front, and Biliousness
flanked by a group of sightseers, Leopold had a choice of giving up and Dizziness,

approached a Capitol policeman and or facing revolt of his troops .. .
asked directions to the office of Sen. Ann Sheridan confides in Liberty when caused by

Hiram Johnson of California. that the word "oomph" was parented -. Constipation.
Tucked away in an obscure corner by a wheeze in here. Any 15 doses for
of the north side of the Capitol chance to buy back that unfortunate only 10 cents.

where tourists never tread, John sentence? Reader's Digest observes
son's office is one of the hardest to : "The reason a lot of people IDfeUiIMffirjvi
find in the great structure. do not recognize an opportunity

"I'll do my best to explain how when they meet it is that it usually poWDEfiPaying
to get there," said the policeman."Are goes around wearing overalls and
you a tourist?" looking like hard work."
"No," grinned the inquirer, "I'm One's Debt

the Senator other senator" from California, I The Front Pages: The Times offered There are but two ways of pay-

Downey. two and a half columns of good ng debt-increase of industry in
sense in an editorial picture of a aising income, increase of thrift
FERRY SCHOOL 'possible Hitler victory. The Nazis n laying out.-Carlyle.

Everybody is wondering how the needn't even make war on_ us to

swarms of fighting planes which Scale Sleuth .' ., Inspector HerClose Work It takes a microscope ruin our liberty, said the editorial.
U. S. factories will produce for the bert Sanford studying an imported to Chesty after a'win over Britain,, Germany's
spot 'some species of bug
British OWN TOOK
in the next 12 months will HOME
threat would make live
be delivered 'ymbidium orchid with a powerful and blight saboteurs. Chief Inspector us .
overseas. The answer, hand lens. He is in an armed camp-where liberty O Complete plans and specifications at
for the big ships, is that they will looking for scale Emil Kostal is examining imported can't live The H-Trib rebuked nominal cost. Designed to comply with
be flown insects which ,damage fruit trees. plant material here. F.H.A. requirements. The leading con
across-and in such great FDR editoriallly for his "intenselypersonal" tractors use our services.
numbers that the British are setting For complilt information wntt
remarks about Lindbergh.
a special ''''f0 .;.;I.J1';: _X"htc up pilot training school for Why not personal? Lindbergh takes 1 Room 217. Zinher BleI(.. 1000) f'trte SU Atlanta/ ,61.
that purpose, in the United States.
bows for the malcontents he heads,
The school will -
give an intensive so why not the raps,'too? Mr. Roosevelt -
refresher and training course to volunteer takes them for the New Deal-

pilots to qualify them for"ferrying" and the.H-Trib knows that well. The MERCHANTS.Your

the the big bombers across last campaign was so personal it
didn't even stop with the President.It .
The volunteers may be British, took in his wife, his children, and,
Canadian, or American. However, if,you remember the campaign but .
it is expected that the largest numbers .
tons, even his grandchildren .
will be Americans. The British I Who is France for? Three Vichy
can use 250 of them. AdvertisingDollar
papers were suspended for giving
prominence to the speeches of Cor-
GOOD NEIGHBOR PILOTS dell Hull and Sec. Knox. Another

Another "Good Neighbor" gesture paper, published by Jacques Doriot,
will soon be made to our immediate the agitator assaulted Roosevelt. buys something more than

neighbor to the south, Mexico. The His sheet wasn't molested. space and circulation in

state department will offer pilot- I the columns of this news
training courses to a number of
Typewriter Ribbons: C. V. R.
Mexican youths in the United States. paper. It buys space and
Thompson: Washington is the only
Initiator of the idea was Vice place where sound travels faster circulation plus the favor

President Henry Wallace. When he than tight Clyde Fitch: A flat able consideration of our

visitedMexico last year, one of the with rooms like a string of buttons readers for this
problems discussed was the short Jack Warwick: Love of country newspaper
age of aviators in the Mexican : Eighty-five per cent sweat and and its advertising patrons.
army. Wallace was told that Mexico 15 cent Banner
wanted ... per Star-Spangled
to undertake a pilot-
-- -- -------- ----
Daniel Webster: God grants
training program similar to that in Lethal Chamber Workers of the quarantine station are removing liberty only to those who love it LET US TELL YOU
the United States, but lacked planes cases of plants from and are always ready to guard and
and instructors. a chamber, ,where the insects with which the MORE ABOUT IT
J plants were infected were slain with gas fumes. I defend it.



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luj.Etpme SCREEN 10 blades, keep kitchen knives in a- floor it' is a good idea to paint the

By VIRGINIA VALE wall rack or a drawer rack. side :walls six or eight inches
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7 .yF.Aa\ r, 'M"1rhrerr } >{m T"rrw.M', (Released by Western Newspaper Union) above the floor the same coloras
Properly functioning fireplaces the -
floor _
ROBERT -very purify the air in any room and T *

! visited his wife, Barbara I act as ventilators. Sash cords should be checked

Stanwyck, on a motion frequently. A broken window

r picture set, but he broke the rule Much of the shine 'can be taken cord may result in a broken .win

when she was working in "The out of worn blue serge by spong- dow glass or crushed finger..
ing lightly.with vinegar before *
Great Man's Lady" (originally
Wash silk underwear in luke-
titled "Pioneer Woman") and *
u ,E 1 warm water but never in.hot. Do
watched her working with Brian When scaling fish use a dull not rub hard or twist fabric. 'Remove -

\ Donlevy.A knife and scrape toward the headof the water by patting the silk:

few days before, Donlevy had the fish. between towels.

been shooting Taylor for the final

y iYS'l a.e scenes in "Billy the Kid." Now thai
M'y has arisen. In the Metro script
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eu.4gF'.y << .r rwxa : yL: ; 4
Billy was left-handed, so Taylor
dt wJo' :
t \
practiced for 'several months draw
ing his gun from the holster with his
t)? left hand. Then came word from

William S. Hart and Col. Archer

Adams, both familiar with the desperado's .
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-'---- -- that he used
I II I 1 : TO, ; CLASS OF '411 right hand. Looks as if the argu they look like applique. Use the

lil (See Recipes, Below) ment never would ,be settled. design on scarfs* *, too.*

!'I l COMMENCEMENT TIME Anne Shirley, who appeared in her Pattern 15 6926 contains a transfer patternof
THIS one by 15 Inch, four 4 by 4J4 Inch
I'first picture when she was three, has I four 2% by 3 inch motifs; illustrations of

You can't believe it, can 'you? ",", "" .' ,_ _" """ ..,.. a word of advice for Send stitches; materials needed; color schemes.
Susie is graduating from high Graduation Party mothers who want Q'S-O0 order to:

school! All-American Appetizers their children to become ) o faCL'
*Americana Salad / Sewing Circle Needlecraft Dept.
In between putting the final movie actors.
stitches on her organdy dress and Clover Leaf Rolls She's been working .J j 82 Eighth Ave. New York

entertaining visiting friends and relatives .*Veal on Skewers with a series ol : 10oJ Enclose 15 cents in coins for Pat.

are you going to try to find Good Fortune Cake Ice Cream youngsters in "West tIV fJ'1. tern No.......... .

time to give her a party? Spiced Coffee 'Point Widow"-five NameAddress...............................

Please do. To her, it's a very important *Recipes given. of them, in all, be- .............................
time, and she'll undoubtedly cause the babies be-

) ly remember thegang's haved so badly that
gether three times. Cream butter

" >t "last realgettogether" for thoroughly, add sugar gradually, a substitutes had to Free to the End

.be used.,. .Miss...Shir- rr'x
; t A and cream together until light and I Blandishments will not fasci-
the rest of her thinks it's a
fluffy. Add egg yolks, then flour, al- Anne Shirley
'I great mistake to nate us, nor will threats of a"halter"
life.Why ternately with milk, a small amountat t
not a buf- have a child learn to do imitationsand intimidate. For, under
(1"1' fet supper? What a time. Beat after each addition tap dancing and all that sort of God, we are determined that r;:
4' until smooth. Add vanilla and fold
wheresoever whensoever
with wars ragingelsewhere thing; an attractive, intelligent child or how-
egg whites. Bake in two greased
you 9-inch with acting ,ability needs to do just II soever we shall be called to makeour
in moderate
I layer
might the pans oven exit, we will die free men.-
play the 'di-
up one thing she-obey
r.y f;". / patriotic themein (375 degrees) 25 to 30 minutes. Dou- rector. Josiah Quincy.
ble the recipe to make three 10-
decorations refreshments ---7
inch layers. Spread chocolate or
J and entertainment. Walter Abel had visitors his
. maple frosting between layers and on
Use a white tablecloth, dotted with on top and sides of cake. set a while ago who rattled him com- ESS ST.JOSEPH
red and blue stars and
matching pletely. He was do- _.___?_.... ..._ SELLER
napkins they're inexpensive and Spiced Coffee. ASPIRIN
ing a scene with AT 10
colorful. To top this off, use a trio 6 cups decaffeinated coffee Paulette Goddardfor "

of star-shaped red, white and blue % cup whipping cream, whipped Paramount's"Hold Pattern 6926.

candles for a centerpiece. Va teaspoon cinnamon Back the OU'LL love this colorful cloth Man's Personality

It won't be necessary for you to Va teaspoon nutmeg' Dawn, in a Mexican -* 'whose fruit and bows: are 'just Personality is to a -man' what

do much, except, of course, preparethe Top each cup of coffee with a I border town 8-to-the-inch cross-stitch though perfume is to a flower.-Schwab..
food. Games and chatter will
spoonful of whipped cream into set. The Abel sons,
fill up' the evening. But remember which the spices have been folded. aged 11 and 9, re- 4r --

that you have as guests youngsterswith Sugar may be served with the cof- spectively, had been ;$QQbit i -- BIG II-OUNCE

appetites. They like second fee, if desired. You can use your studying about Mex- "fIfIAL

helpings. favorite method of making the cof- ico in school, and .
Serve an appetizer, one hot dish, fee, with regular grind for'percolated wanted to see the @O BOTTLE OFcI'bH'INS

r plenty of salad and hot rolls, more or boiled coffee and drip grind for set ; it interested
cake or, ice cream than think Walter Abel
drip or glass maker. Allow a heap- them more than this
you will possibly need, and flatter
ing tablespoon for each cup. Andif first sight of their father at work.
sense of sophistication by of- you "perk" it, give it a few min- Abel finally had to ask Director
.fering second of coffee.A .
cups utes extra brewing to bring out its Mitchell Leisen to shoot the scene
fortune telling cake is alwaysfun
full flavor. again, on a closed set this time; his
when the crowd is and
merry. You can write fortunes young on sons made him nervous! I HONEY & ALMOND CREAM /

slips of paper, roll them and wrap Now that I've made suggestionsfor -7f-: Regular $1 size
them in bits of waxed paper, and dessert, I'll go back to the real Joel McCrea took a short trip

put them in the cake after it is beginning of your party. when he finished his work in the limited time only-

baked. Another idea is to put in a One first glance at the salad will Stanwyck picture; went to New

litfle trinket for each guest-an en- bring an enthusiastic response from Mexico to see some men about

gagement ring and, a wedding ring, ,the crowd. Illustrated in the pictureat some cows. He has enlarged his

to forecast the first engagement and the top of-the column, it is called Ventura county ranch from 1,000 to Loud Voices than sensible people possess is a

the first marriage; a key for happi- *Americana Salad. 1,500 acres, and all that extra graz- Why fools are endowed by Na- I mystery. It is a fact emphasized I

-. ness; a bean for industry; a toy ing space has to< have customers. ture with voices so much louder throughout history Hertzler.
soldier and so forth. 1 envelope unflavored gelatin

*Good Fortune Cake. % cup cold water Constance Moore, feminine lead in

2 cups sifted cake flour 2 cups tomatoes I "I Wanted Wings," now is deter-

2 teaspoons double-acting baking 3 whole cloves mined to earn ,wings of her own.
1 small bay leaf
r powder All that flying in the picture made
; % teaspoon salt 1 small onion, chopped her yearn to do it too-and she
: %! cup butter or other shortening % teaspoon thyme ought to be able to manage it ,,easily t""The
1 cup sugar 1 teaspoon [ for her husband, Johnny Mas-

3 egg yolks, well beaten 1 teaspoon sugar chio, is a licensed pilot. Her close
% cup milk % teaspoon pepper or paprika friends, Margaret Sullavan and Olivia -

1 teaspoon vanilla 3 tablespoons vinegarStir de Haviland; are urging her on;"

'3 egg whites, stiffly beaten gelatin and cold water together. they both fly,.and love it. Constance

Sift flour once, measure, add baking Let stand at least 3 to 5 min- threatens to take to the air any day

powder and salt, and sift to-, utes. Meanwhile ri 'w. ,
y simmer tomatoes ,"', kc

with seasoningsin Y v ,Columbia has finally signed all the keeps me going

LYNN SAYS: a covered con- players who will be seen in the new ,,
tainer for 10 to 15 '
series of pictures based on the "Til- -- strong !
Games may or may not be the minutes. Strain lie the Toiler" comic strip. Kay

type of entertainment your crowd I and add vinegar. Harris, one of Hollywood's Cinder- 'J1/

will enjoy. Just in casehereare Dissolve the soft- r I ella girls, gets the lead; others in

a few suggestions: ened gelatin in the cast are Daphne Pollard, Wil-

As soon as guests arrive, they this mixture, and liam Tracy, George Watts, Jack Ar- JI 1c'idEf/J'f
receive pour into one it
a card with the name nold and Benny Bartlett.
of a food printed on it. Each large mold, and chill until firm. ;---
player must then find someone When it has set and is ready to BREAKFAST"
with the card with the that I serve, it is divided into two squares The release by RKO of Walt Dis- [
combines with the his :.with layers which are joined together ney's "The Reluctant Dragon" A big bowlful of Kellogg's Com
own card. Suggested names are with a filling of cream cheese. A marks Disney's entrance into a 'I' Flakes with some fruit and lots of

liver and bacon cream cheese star decorates the brand new field; the picture com- milk and sugar.
; apple pie and
cheese; sauerkraut and wieners top. This recipe, makes 6 portions. bines both "live-action" photography + 47..f .....-::;
; and animated pictures. The locale FOOD ENERGY
Now for
bt brown bread and baked beans something truly different &J
I:' ham and eggs; bread and but-; in the way of a hot dish- is the Disney studio, and Robert 4 E 1tpi J- VITAMINS!

'.. ter; doughnuts and coffee; steak Veal on Skewers.Cut Benchley is the star.:1 .A.. iIp I, Jt4oziI'" MINERALS!

and onions; hot dogs and mus- boneless veal in 11 PROTEINS!
pieces 1% J
Maureen O'Sullivan paused in
tard. This
game may be used in inches
," choosing supper partners. thick. Stick square on by 8-inch about metal% skew inch New'York with her baby son, on the eno" plus the famous FLAVOR of
way from a visit with her husband- Kellogg's Corn Flakes that tastes
ers, alternating meat with slightly !.
in Bermuda-back
Sardine-Some guest is chosento smaller peeled potato halves or he's stationed to so good\ sharpens your appetite,
be "It," and is Hollywood. Metro will co-star her ina \ makes want to eat.
given five
min- cubes, chunks of carrot, and whole ,, you
i utes to hide in a spot large enough small white onions. new Tarzan picture with Johnny i' ; "try
Lay skewers in .... Copr. IOU by Hallos CompanY
(:-- to hold several people. At the end Weismuller the first Tarzan in L _... ..\:.....
iy,. roasting pan, add 1 cup hot water,
k of five minutes everyone else goes and salt. Cover and bake in hot nearly three years.-r'--
in search of. "It." When one guest 'oven (450 degrees F.) for 1 hour
:; THE
The Court of Missing Heirs has located -
finds "It" he hides in the
same reduce heat to 350 degrees F. add
spot and before long the hiding more water if needed. Bake about 71.heirs in 69 weeks of broad- WATCH can depend on the special sales merchants
casting-and the value of the estates of town in columnsof
place is packed: The first person 30 minutes longer, or until tender. our
unable to squeeze in is "It." Garnish with broiled bacon. returned to the rightful heirs this paper.They mean money saving to our readers. It always pays to patronize
not afraid of their merchandise or their prices.P .
(Released by Western Newspaper Union.) amounts to $413,375. merchants who advertise.They are

FRIDAY, MAY u' 16; 10-11

The Clewiston News OPEN FORUM about. They are so familiar os to fer, Wilma Tingle,' Kathryn Dye andMrs..
need no description however even Virginia Turner and Mrs. Clayton L. C. Miller. '
in northern sections whereth"ey Waters.V. '

Published every) Friday In Clewlston, are rare the white wing patches At the business meeting, follow
Florida by the CLEWISTON NEWS An Open Letter to the Patrons of ing the program
and the white outer tall feathers: M.S.\ HOLDS BUSINESS reports of the
lac. The Clewiston School: various officers and
make Identification certain. committeeswere
A few weeks ago the Clewiston MEETING TUESDAYThe given.Attending.
The Brown Thrasher is relatedto
News carried a news item concern-
the Mocking Bird similar in song the meeting 'were Mrs.
Ing the re-election of the teachersIn 'program and business meet-
and halit. The Brown Thrasher Ing of the C. :M. Allen. Mrs. A. R. Broadfoot,
the Hendry County schools. Missionary
Entered as second class: mall matter Is slightly larger and ,a rich brown Mrs. R. J. Blount, Mrs. E. M.
(February 1, 1927. at the Post Office In Since that time there has been Society was held at the First Baptist Cornette, Mrs.
with breast. F. E. Chalker
a heavily streaked Mrs.
Clewiston Florida under the Act of little comment and criti- Church Tuesday afternoon with
quite a
ilarch. 3. 1397.Subecrlption The Florida Grackle is the black Mrs. Arch G. E. Collier, Mrs. H. L. Davis, ..
cism of the Trustees and School Hodges presiding.The .
.--- bird so common about our trees.It Mrs. A. H. King, Mrs.: A. McGowan,
Board. I have heard a part of it, may be distinguished from the'', meeting was opened with Mrs. W. F. NaB Mre. H:., Phillips,
Rate 2.0O Per Year.
perhaps only a small part, with an larger Boat-tailed Grackle by its song and prayer, and then turned Mrs. M. C. Vowell, Mrs.Clayton

AdvertisingRnten Ox Application. attentive ear and have chimed In white Iris in the eye. over to :Mrs. C. R. Krueger, chair- Waters, Mrs. H. E. Walker Mrs.G. .
once in a while with my "nickel'sworth man of the Margaret Circle, who E. Wenzloff
The Florida Cardinal is the Mrs. J. L. Whit-
SDevoted to the advancement and welfare ," because I am quite frankIn I brilliant red bird with a handsome was in charge of the program. aker and Mrs. V. C. Woodward.Two .
of Clewis ton and saying that I do not believe that Mrs. Krueger the
Hendry County. gave devotional.
new members,
I crest. As a whistler it has no joined the society -
ALL of our teachers are good Appearing on the program were
superior.The ,-Mrs. H. A. Land and Mrs.:
enough to be asked to return. Mrs. E. Er Kelly, Mrs. Carl An- A. C. Carlton.
CROWDING AT FIRES There Is one observation that I Catbird Is grey in coior and

"The fire alarm Monday night have was among frequently a group made who whenever were dis-I when taken not for in the flight Mocking might Bird.be mis-The '.o;V;..:..:..:..:..:..:--:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:....:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-.'.-:.-.:.-.:-..-:.-.:-..-:.-.:.-.:----:.-.:-..:-..h:.

""was not a serious one and it is cussing the school situation and Catbird has a dark crown and does 'V V A

,>fortunate that it was not, for the that is that even though we are not have any white in its plumage.The .V. A

cars from all over town followedthe not satisfied we have probably: not Migrant Shrike is another y: ..

fire truck to the scene and made any effort to remedy the bird quite like the Mockingbird in y

ctbVrtfed() In around it so closely that situation.: Prior to this week I general appearance.' It has whitein V V

had it been necessary to do some had not voiced an opinion to any the wings and tail, but has a V

real work it would have taken some member of the Board of Trusteesor broad streak of black on the side- : V Y

little time to have moved the cars our school board member and I of the head which the Mockingbird V

Sufficiently .to maneuver the truck. dare say that very few if any of does not have. Vt

Realizing that spectators are the other patrons have spoken The Florida Blue Jay is an ac- '..

only) thoughtless in this regard Constable I"their piece" where it might do tive and noisy bird, blue in "color :: :f r ciL-qc: ;: D: +
i IS HOT :::
I. S. Bell'is appealing to the some good. I with a crest on its head. ; I .
Citizens to park at least a block I The point of the ,whole matteris The name of the Red-winged + LOCATED OH THE LEFT!
I SIDEExplanation/ v
.away from any fire in order that that talking to your friend and Blackbird is sufficient descriptionto V /

the volunteer department can do neighbor down the street or over establish his identify. Few :,2: ea novra v M/ f :

its most effective-work with the fire the back yard fence may afford you birds are more strikingly marked. "A. !

Sruck Should this appeal not be some satisfaction In having given 'Many of the smaller birds can I

heeded there will likely be a police voice to ;your) opinion but you are only be identified with a pair of }

alder> to this effect and violators not accomplishing the desired re- good field glasses or binoculars. In I

be subject to arrest. sult. If you have an opinion basedon some cases it is also necessary to

'The volunteer department is do- fact why not talk to Mr.\ Kol- I have the bird in hand to be cer- Y

ing its best to learn to handle lofcal stad, Mr. Allen and Mrs. Mc- tain. Birds form an interestingpart i:: ( on Page Eight) :i:
Gehee? I'll venture that of our wildlife'and their ;; i
l fires and in most instances will I :;:
be able to do more effective work of the three will be delighted to study will- bring many hours of ft ::

3f well-meaning assistance Is not discuss the merits of the teachers pleasure. The Audubon'Society "I. j. .h}
has done much foster bird, I .1'
'':'offered.) Let them handle the fire with you and I'll further venture to study

until it gets beyond them and then that if they find _that a goodly and to protect the birds so that

'they can more effectively pick out number of patrons voice a similar future generations will also have

the men they wish to help. They opinion that they' will be im- the. opportunity 'to see our birds in !:i: If your heart's in the right place, you'll :I:
are working hard to become effective pressed.I buy a home for that
family *
Sire-fighters. Let us not impede have just talked to Mr. Kol- yours.

their work. \ stad and to Mr.\ Ward. Mr. Ward PARTY FOR ;i; Through our safe low-cost convenient _
informed me that the county boardhas KATHRYN DYESS AND ::

approved the recommendations VIRGINIA TURNER :i: financing plan, we can help you to home =::

of the trustees to return the entire
";;-:-:":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":": :":":":":":":4 I The Truth Seekers class of the I* ownership. Let tell about I
corp of teachers for next year with us you it. :;:
Sunday School of the First Baptist
the exception of the one who has
Church gave a farewell party and
S RAMBLINGS resigned and that it was too late shower at the home of Margie .'
now to make any changes. Mr. I A
By B. B. Allen Friday honoring Kathryn A y
Ward is quite correct. ,There is 'I A
I' Dyess and Virginia Turner who are t
always a proper time to do something .- yA '.' .
leaving to make their home in
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Jacksonville. ?
surprising what a group can ac-
Games were played 'and after- ..i'.
In another column today the complish if they try and are ab- :
\ews carries, as it has for the solutely right in what they are wards Kathryn and Virginia were ..t"
presented with many lovely gifts. I (
past fewmonthS! an article on bird trying to do. ..t'
Refreshments to .'
were served Joyce
identification by W. E. Dilley. To- If you are interested why;) not' f
Phillips, Anita Ehney, Gladys Jack-
-day's article is the last of a series, contact Mr.\ Ward or Mr. Kolstad V
and we believe our readers have and ask for a meeting of school,,I son, Wanda Shelfer, Marilyn Shel- CHj:..:jM:>J..J..J..:jM5Mj: :..:jMj:..:..:..:..:..:..;..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...

been interested In these descriptions patrons to discuss the school .--
now - - - --- ---------

of our familiar birds. Many problems? If it's too late to do ... . . .. . . ....................... .. .... ...,................ .. . . .
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have made clippings of them for I anything about the situation for .,:.l.N: : :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.".:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.,:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.":..:...:..:..:..:..:..;..:..;..:..:..:..;..:..:..:..:..:oi.J
their scrap-books. They have been I I ithis. coming year, it is not too' earlyto M...% AA 4SV9

Reprinted in other newspapers start the ball rolling for some

the state. Mr. Dilley is due our corrections for the following year.

sincere appreciation for these helpful In closing may I suggest that II '.. :':" 1: ::
articles. the Trustees each "'
year exert an '" ENJOY AN '"'"
... :
effort to get the reactions of the AA: :: .t"*

Friday evening's community coneert patrons before making their recommendations II "
in the Clewiston Inn dining t r ::0' II i
or call a meeting of yy, ,:, ,
woom was the first of its kind tobr the patrons for the purpose of dis- ._".' :'. i ALL ELECTRIC ," : :
held in Clewiston. The number A A ,-t.,. ." .' ,
I cussing the problems. If, after .S..t. ....
'of f people who attended indicated giving the patrons an ,opportunity XX I: "". I

The keen interest that residents of to express their opinions they then a ." HOME :.,'

this and nearby communities have I fail to do so, the school officialscan "\ '.t..'yA *.

'in this sort of thing. It is not certainly tell all street corner

''beyond the realm of possibilities i critics where to get off. I

,.or us to have a series of artist I It's our school and 'if r you wishto 44I" I B

Concerts( each season; and perhapsin improve it let us give some X*:*

a few years we will be able to thought to what we can do and .* A : :
: is the thatP..GE IIII _
tlo so. The skilled performers i in 'AA;; 0 Electricity servant ; a servant : :
,. I how we can do it. I'JLJL ,. .. ,. '_.'.





: spent the week-end with Mr. and -,- !
I Personals ] Mrs. Loel Lence and Mr and Mrs.T. Mrs. Oliver Thompson, of Surrey, Beverly Carlton celebrated her A group of members of the ,' l
who is the guest of her
W. Griffith in Canal Point. I[third birthday Tuesday afternoon Moore Haven Woman's Club madea "
cousin, Mrs. F. Deane Duff, was ,
with a party given by her mother, trip to Clewiston following their
honor guest at an tea
Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Beatty and Mrs. A. C. Carlton at their home. meeting in Moore Haven Thurs-
given Thursday afternoon, by Mrs.N. .
Mrs. F. L. Tatum ;of Lake Worth children, Clifford, Lionel and V. S. Mumford. Ice cream, cake and candy were day afternoon, and made a tour
is visiting Mrs. Dean King. Sylvia left Monday for DeFuniak served and the little guests each of a few of the Clewiston gardens.
(Springs for a visit with Mr. Beatty's Guests included Mrs. Thompson, received a balloon Attending were They visited the gardens at the

Mr. and Mrs. Glen Etherton are mother, Mrs. J. R. Beatty.Mr. Mrs. Duff, Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mrs. Heather Guthrie, Walker Nall, Ar- Inn[ and at the homes of Mrs., Leah
M. M. Prewitt, Mrs. W. E. Bol- Spicer, Mrs. O. A. Jones, Mrs.: H.
spending several weeks in Miami. thur Wayne King, Darrell Guthrie,
ton, Mrs. F. M. Rodriguez, Mrs. J. C.
Kolstad and Mrs. G. B. Rack-
and Mrs. C. J. Lovvorn, Mra. Agnes Ann and Phillip Hackett,
F. Morrison, Mrs. M.' W. Bigg and
Joel Keene spent the week-end Eddie Curry and baby and Mrs. Mrs. E. C. Mills. Mary Jean King. Sharon Phillips,
with friends in Vero Beach. Keathley Bowden and sons, Kay Eleanor Vowell, Ronald Hare, Gene Included in .the group were Mrs.D. .

and Paul, spent Sunday in Okee- RACKSTRAW IS HOSTESSAT Beery, George Anne Suggs. Tommy M. Draughn, Mrs. C. H. Settle
L. Downs and Miss chobee with relatives. Suggs, Sharon Crochet, Richard Mrs. S. C. Skinner, Mrs. F. A.
Mrs. C.
Kathryn Moran were visitors in PRETTY BRIDGE' Whitaker, Harry and Bobby Varn- Flanders, Mrs. Mary Moore, Mrs.

Miami Wednesday.Mrs. Miss Florence Graham is spend- er, Alice and Jane McGowan, John Edith Daughtrey, Mrs. C. V. Wad-.

ing a couple of days with Miss Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw was hos- Niblack, Wanda Bembry and Char- low, Mrs. A. L. Morgan, Mrs. J.
in West Palm tess at a pretty bridge party at lotte Krueger.
J. ';H. Peeples, Jr., of Citrus Roberta Spicer her home Wednesday afternoon.The W. Adki'ns, Mrs. Oscar Smith, Mrs..
Beach. Spicer accom-
Center is visiting relatives in .I R. Boe and Miss Bertha Gram.
where were
pany her home and spend the week living room, LOUISE PREWITT HOSTESS AT

Clewiston. end in Clewiston.A. arranged for play, was beautifully SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS :MEET
r- decorated with quantities of flow-

,I Mr. and Mrs. Don Carlisle of L. ,Hackett returned Sunday ers from the Rackstraw garden. The Willing Workers class of Is Your Subscription Paid?

Canal Point, visited friends in night from Brunswick, Ga., wherehe Mrs. N. V. S. Mumford won first.. the Community Church Sunday

Clewiston Sunday. was called last week by the prize at bridge and received a School met Friday evening at the

serious illness of his father, E. necklace of costume jewelry. Mrs. home of Louise Prewitt. Just ReceivedCARLOAD

.. Mr. and 'Mrs. Joe Griffin and Hackett. He reports that his father George' Yon received a handker- After the business meeting, a .

sons, Richard and Tommy, spent is much improved. chief as consolation, and Mrs. Ar- social hour was enjoyed and refreshments Poultry wire, field fence, barbed

Sunday at Miami Beach. thur Oliver a costume brooch as cut served to Jo Ann wire. Reduced prices because of

Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mrs: W. E. prize. Mrs. Oliver Thompson was Crouch, Carline Berner, June and saving in freight cost.

Miss Hortense Collins spent Bolton, and Mrs. G. B. Thomas accompanied given a corsage of gardenias as Christine Espenlaub, Shirley Owen,

Saturday with friends in Canal the Senior class, to Miami guest remembrance.Mrs. Grace Ward, Harriet and ,Carol $ r It ti S. 'R n fg U .'K N Q t r

Point. Wednesday, on the traditionalskip Rackstraw served, pineapple Alston, Anne Prewitt, Billy Arnette,

day which is a Senior privi- sherbet, fruit cake and a fruit Pat Bailey, Rachel Miner, Mary FORT MYERS, FLA.

Mrs. T. B. Shelley of Miami visit- lege. drink. Playing were Mrs. Carl I Louise Thomas and Mrs. Carl Berner. -

ed Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Kelly over Berner, Mrs. W. W. Perry, Mrs. .
the week-end. Rev. and Mrs. H. C. Meador and Ralph Bishop, Mrs. W. L. Lott,.

children are spending a three Mrs. C. L. McLendon, Mrs. H. A. FLAG DRILL BOYS ENJOY Gla8lJe. -Scientifically Broken Lenses

Mr. and Mrs. Lester Burkett weeks' vacation visiting relativesin Bestor, Mrs. M. M. Prewitt, Mrs. WEINER ROAST MONDAY I Fitted and Repaired DuplicatedDR.

spent Sunday in Lake Harbor with Tennessee. Rev. Meador will M. E. Von Mach, Mrs. Nicholas F, D. GUDBAUR

Mr. and Mrs. 'J. S. Scoggin. also attend a Baptist Church As- Mumford, Mrs. F. Deane Duff, Mrs. Monday afternoon the boys of OptometristPhone

sembly while away. Oliver Thompson and Mrs. George the fourth, fifth and sixth grades, 103 5 Collier Arcade
Gideon H. Brown spent Mother's t for Fort Myers. ,Florida
Yon. Joining the players tea
who took part in the flag drill in Successor to K. H. Oakley
Day with his parents, Mr. and Dr. John P. Higgins of Stuart were Mrs. Arthur Oliver, Mrs. G. the May Day program enjoyed a

Mrs. C. J. Brown at South Bay. was a visitor in Clewiston Wednes- H. Small and Mrs. Ruth 'B. Owens. weiner roast on the levee. They
---- day. Dr. Higgins practiced medi-
were accompanied by their teachers .
Dr. and Mrs. I. L. Cook of cine in Clewiston for nearly three BRIDGE CLUB MEETS AT HOME
and Mrs. W. E. Dilley.
Miami were guests of Mr. and Mrs. years before moving to Stuart the OF MRS. LANIER WEDNESDAYMrs. Dr. Walter F. Purdon

I. D. Leydig'and family Sunday.Mr. first of the year. .A Osteopathic Physician And

William H. Lanier was FOR ,RENT-One 2-room furnished Surgeon
and Mrs. C. L. McLendonand Mr. and Mrs. Edward Schoen of Hopkins Building
hostess to members of her bridge cottage. One bachelor apart-
son, Lamar, spent Sunday in St. Louis, Missouri, accompanied by aft- MONDAYS and FRIDAYS
club at her home Wednesday
West Palm Beach. their children, Helen Lee and ment. Lights and water furnished.Mrs. 10 A. M.to9P.M.
ernoon. Bath towels in pastel colors -
David, will arrive this weekendfor M. D. Royals 3t. For Appointment Call Mrs. Hare
were awarded to Mrs. L. C. 33MECHANICAL
Mrs. W. E. Dilley and Mrs. C. a visit with Mr. and Mrs. M. M.
Miller, as first prize, and a crystalash
J. Nielsen were visitors in Miami Prewitt.
tray to Mrs. Carl Johnson as

Wednesday. cut prize. CLEWISTON
Cecil Little of Pensacola is visit- STRUCTURAL
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Redel- ing his sister, Mrs. Walker Nail, I Cake, dessert and iced tea were WINNING & PLUMBING SHOP ARCHITECTURAL DESIGNS
served Mrs. Otto Larsen Mrs..
sheimer of Miami 'were week-end and family, for several:: days. Mr. to Anything in Plumbing Fixtures Maps Estimates
Dave Alston Mrs. Bow-
guests of Mr. and Mrs. C." L. Downsat Little has just been called for a Keathley JOHN H. DOTY
den Mrs. J. W. Ezelle Mrs. H. ,
'ma'klngthe Prompt, Efficient Service
the Clewiston Inn. year's army service and is
R. Hall, Mrs. Carl Johnson, Mrs. Engineering Consultant
,visit before; he:! leaves for camp.Billy PETER CHRISTENSEN
Leslie Miller and Mrs. R. N. Mgr. Hopkins Bldg. Clewiston_ Fla.
Mrs. F. E. Chalker is leaving'this

week-end;for ,a, two weeks',:visit -Dyess.; has. ,beeni ; ,called to Smith. .,.. I.
with friends and relatives in Clear- work again ,on''the' government

water and Bay Pines. dredge "Welatka," which was THIRD GRADE ENJOYS .

for several years, in service on the I PICNIC AT SCHOOL l J. M. COUSECounselor Johnson's ,Fish. CampNear

,Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kinsey spent Lake Okeechobee project. The
and Attorney at Law ( Hurricane Gate)
Sunday with Mrs. Kinsey's parents, boat, under Captain F. D. King, Members of the third grade en I
Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Perkins, in has gone to Bermuda and Dyess joyed a picnic dinner on the ,school. Hopkins Building Clewiston, Fla. -
Lake Harbor. will join it there. grounds Monday. The losing side' Wednesdays and Saturdays Boats and Motors-Guide Service

in a spelling contest was host to 0:30 Rates Reasonable
Miss 'Hortense Collins and Gene Mrs. O. F. Schiffli and sons, the winning side. Richard Knightand 4:00 AV. H. Johnson, Mgr.Announcement .

Goodbread 'attended "Gone With Dick and John, left Tuesday for Margaret Himrod were the

the Wind" in Fort Myers Friday I Highlands, North Carolina, where leaders of the two sides, with Mar-

evening. the Schiffli's have a summer home. garet's side winning.

1 Dr. Schiffli accompanied them and
Mrs. H. A. Land, Gene and Shari returned to Clewiston Thursday.

,Land spent the week-end in Okee- Nick Schiffli will join them after FOR SALE-Caboage farm in the

chobee with' Mr. and Mrs. H. E. the close of High School here next Hastings Section. Apply Don S.

Goodwin and Mrs. Phil Cason. month. Hanna, Hastings, Fla.

Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Hare, Jr., Rev. A. ,A. Froelich, of Palmetto FOR RENT-Small furnished apart-

and son, Ronald, have returned to was a visitor in Clewiston Monday.Rev. ment. F. L. Williamson.. tf.

Clewiston after spending a weekat Froelich was recently electedby ..
Dr. F. D. Gudbaur, Optometrist, whose main officeis
Fort Myers Beach. the local Community Church to
APARTMENT FOR RENT-East in Fort Myers, announces the opening <>f a completely
serve as its minister. He made the A. Clark. tf.
Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Thompson trip over to meet with officials and Clewiston Inn. equipped Optometric office in the Hopkins Building.Dr. .

I' and children spent Sunday in- Fort express his regret that circumstances -
Myers visiting Mr. and Mrs. Nor- make it inadvisable for him FOR RENT-New 5-room house. Gudbaur will spend Thursday and Thursday even-
I Co. 3t
man Thaggard. to leave Palmetto at this time, and Bishop-Wilson Lumber Ing of each week in Clewiston. During the month of May
he therefore declined the church's no appointments will be necessary between 'the hours of

/ IV Mr. and Mrs. Carl E. Johnson I offer. FOR SALE-Late model kerosene 9:30 A. M. and 7:30 P. M.

I and sons Jimmy and Lief, spent' stove. See Mrs. John Kettl. tf

i the week-end in Sarasota with Mr. Friends here will be interestedto '
Practice limited to the Examination of the and
Johnson's parents. : i iI learn that Mr. and Mrs. Cara-i WANTED An ambitious, wide eyes
j the fitting and repair of glasses.I .
, wan Nelson have purchased a home awake man or woman to look
I, Miss Roberta Spicer, who is tak- in Jacksonville and plan to move after renewals and new subscrip- ,.
ing a business course in West their furniture from Clewiston the
! 'tions for the popular, fast-selling

i her Palm home Beach here., spent the week-end at Mrs.latter A.part R. of Broadfoot this month.will then Mr. and magazine The American Home. It's ..................,........."'........H'................................'--............ ...!.OJ-........ ......"i........ ..".,.......................-................................-
occupy easy, pleasant work, and it pays !: J>.
, the Nelson home on the gov- big commissions. Spare time only f
Mr. and Mrs. Carl C. McClureof ernment reservation. Mr. Nelson,
required. Write today to Director,
Miami were guests the first of for several years head of the U.
I Sales Division, THE AMERICAN I
the week of their daughter Mrs. S. Engineer sub-office', is now in HOME CORPORATION. 251 Fourth I Must Come Off '

A. C. Carlton and family.Mr. charge of the CAA airport work Avenue, New York, N. Y. I i
over the state. ?

and Mrs. F. E. Conkling and r THE TREES S I
sons ,have moved into the Herring VONIACH'S HONORED WITH

house on Royal Palm Avenue, which PARTY ON 20TH ANNIVERSARY
, : -- they purchased recently. i: Rather than feed to livestock, we'll r

;: ,- Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Von Mach
i Mrs. I. O. Bishop has returned to were given a surprise party Satur- :: sell balance grapefruit, Marsh and Pink {
I I Fort Pierce after a few weeks'vi.slt day evening in celebration of their

with her sisters, Mrs. C. J. 20th wedding anniversary. Bridge ?
I: Nielsen and Miss Evelyn Kellems. and pinochle were.. played duringthe pltas call tonight! I've seedless at 25c'bushel.. A quart of fresh i

---- made your favorite chocolate
evening and a buffet supperwas t
I'" A. R. Broadfoot was in Sebring served. cake with Rumford Baking *t. juice for 3 cents.Can't afford deliveries. j

the first of the week to Inspect the Mrs. Virginia Jordon won first Powder. It's a honey! But .y t. t
I :: survey work on the Sebring air- prize at bridge and Miss Ruth even if you don't come tonight, *
the cake will still be fresh to- : y
M:i., r port. Marshall consolation. At pinochle, morrow. For Rumford helps h t

f Mrs Arthur Bong won first prize retain the natural moisture :: X
'-- Col. W. N. Carey of the District and Mrs. S. L. ,Crochet, consolation. that keeps fresh taste and texture | THEBeardsley ti
U.. S. Engineer office in Jacksonville Guests included Mr. and Mrs.G. longer. Ruinford contains

Y" was a business visitor here H. Small, Mr. and Mrs. George no alum, never leaves bitter i S Farm f fy

i' Tuesday. Yon of South Bay, Mr. and Mrs. taste. FREE. Send for new

: H. A. Bestor, Mr. and Mrs. A. O. booklet, containing dozens of 9 ?? -
Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. Zander Oliver, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bong, bright ideas to improve your y
{; of Okeechobee joined their daughter Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Crochet, Mr. and baking. Address: Rumford l:;: Phone Office 66. Farm 27-2 :

; Mrs. Wallace Arey, and Mr. I Mrs. C. E. Miner, Mrs. J. W. Baking Powder, Box R Rum- ?

Arey -on a trip to Miami over the (Francis, Miss Ruth Marshall, Mrs. ford, Rhode Island. ?i ?

new road Sunday ,Virginia Jordon and E. M. McCoy. :..:--:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:--:..:..;.-:-:..:..:..:--:--:.:..:..:..;..:.:..:-:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:--:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..))

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the situation asked -------- '
if John
on he me ------- 'THE I
Trumbull had been in touch with IMPROVED CHEERFUL CHERUB

me during the last few days. WhenI UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL .""" "" """"" .

L mfheBY led informed me over him to to his the truck contrary, saying he i My life is vary _

!PP y he'd school be door.glad to drop me at my SUNDAY LessonBy Because interesting

w. N.U. Service, "But you can't tell how this will HAROLD: L. LUNDQUIST, D. D. I really -a.<::t'
turn out" I argued, "and if it's go- Dean of The Moody Bible Institute .so .siHy- -
THE STORY SO FAR ing to be dangerous I want to be Released by Western of Newspaper Union.) I
Sidney Lander mining engineer. Is engaged Valley project. Sock-Eye Schlupp, an old around." : put'e green
to Barbara Trumbull but apparentlyhas sourdough. and others are skeptical of the "That's just when I don't want 1 le.-e..ve.s
fallen in love with Carol Coburn Mata project's success. Eric (the Red) Ericson you around," he said. "You've had S. S. Lesson, for May 18 in my
cuska school teacher. Salaria Bryson one has been stirring discord among the Salaria trouble enough in this valley." And felt just like. a
of her pupils, a big outdoor girl is also in ers. At last too. a school put up. Lesson subjects and
love with him. Carol's father died in Alaska discusses Sidney with Carol. Salaria has Our glances locked, for a moment cted and copyrighted cbyt International waiter lily t
with an unproven claIm'WllICh Trumbull is no idea Carol is Interested in him. and I could see a warmer Council permission.of RelIgious Education; used by It."I'Ienh !
contesting. Lander quits his employ, becomes Teacher and pupil find a common rivalin : light well up in his eyes. His brief o o -
field manager: for the Matanuska Barbara.INSTALLMENT laugh was both cool and self-confi BROADENING 4
But when we stopped at Palmer \n
"Love is never wasted," I said, the children of the old-timers, the and he had a quiet look over the ,
9116.: L\
reaching for solid ground in that stolid little Scandinavians and Finns towering supply piles along the sid- GOLDEN TEXT-I was not disobedient
copybook maxim. and native Alaskans who were in- ing there his face took on a new se unto the heavenly vision.-Acts 26:19. WNU Sdvice.
Salaria's glowering eyes studiedmy ured to hardship, the ARC new- riousness. For hidden under a layer -

face. comers were both harder to manage : of empty hemp bales, betweentwo The conversion of Saul is recognized -

"Then why," she demanded, "doesa and more exacting in their demands. piles of pine flooring, he found a," as one of the outstandingevents
silk-wearin' and washed-out she- They arrived well fed and well five-gallon can of gasoline. The con- in Bible history. When two uir

cat who, ain't got' the guts t' stickt' clothed, their lunch-boxes stuffed tents of this can he quietly emptied brilliant English lawyers, Lord Lyt- \
his side tie up a real man like with Commissary food. They were into his truck tank. Then aft- tleton and Sir Gilbert West, set out
Sid Lander? Why should she har- eyed with envy by the native-born er a moment's thought, he filled the to disprove the truth of Christianity,
poon him for life and then backtrailt' children, who probably saw an or- can with water. Making sure his they selected the resurrection of U
the States and reckon he's safe ange only at Christmas. But these movements were unobserved, he restored Christ and the story of Paul's con- WJJfl

among us walrus-eaters?" wards of Uncle Sam came carry- the cap to' the can and restored version as. the focal points of their

I gravely considered that double- ing two or three oranges, day by the can to its hiding place proof. Working independently, they

barreled question."I day.'Sometimes they had grapefruitand under the hemp bales. then came together to BETTER
chocolate bars and store cake. My pupils didn't get the attention notes and found ,
that .
suppose it's because he's a man they had both PRINTKJ6THKOUSH
Since the supply unlimited they should have' that There
proved day.
of honor, I finally affirmed. as they had be- i ; THE
liked to have battle before 'the aft-
they a pitched was many a flicker,
come convinced
Salaria crossed to the door and of the truth of the USE OF MOVABLE
with those comestibles. ernoon wore away, in the lamp of Scriptures.The .
looked out at the towering peaks of TYPE 1KASDISCOVEQED
After a final overreckless barrageof learning.I .
the Talkeetnas. two events well ''stand
oranges I had to make it a rule was still in my classroom, after may 8Yi
"Honor wouldn't cut much ice, together as mighty evidence for
child to the big bus had carried
that no Project was bring yellow away JOHANtf6UT2H0ER6
she said her shoulder "if I Christianity, for only the
over on groundof
the last when Sock-
more than one orange into the class- of the children, +
was the blubber-eater he was pick- regeneration can the change in
I room. Eye appeared in the doorway."I i IN
in' out. If he wanted Saul be accounted for and 1454.
a woman only on
I was singing as I went to the, ain't much of a hand at g'og-
his much he the that'he met the risen
around wickyup as as assurance
road with my water pail one morn- raphy, he said as his bearlike eyes
wants this cock-eyed colony on the blinked wall "but Christ on the Damascus road can
up at my, map,
map-she abandonedly proclaimed, I've got me a homemade chart here we account for his conversion. Thisis ry

"he'd damned soon see my shoe- ,I'm needin' a mess o' help on." a- great lesson, let us make the
packs under his bunk rail!" He produced a soiled and rum- very most of it.

I kept telling myself, after that pled sheet of paper diversified with, I. Saul, a Bold Persecutor (vv.
talk with Salaria, that there was many'pencilmarkings and placed it 1, 2). THE 0err K WAX TO TREAT

something dignifying in the job of on the desk top in front of me. As our lesson opens we find the CONSTIPATION DUE TO LACK OF

teaching, in molding the minds of "What's this?" I asked, trying in brilliant and zealous young Jew, PROPER WK" IN THE PETS/ / 70

the young, in bringing light into the vain to read some meaning into the Saul, "yet breathing out threaten- CORRECT TUB CAU5 ,OF THE
dark places of the world. I was the roughly penciled lines. ings and slaughter against the disciples TROUBLE WITHAU.0RAW..EAT A DELICIOUS

lamp in the valley. "That," said Sock-Eye, "is,a map of the Lord." The persecu- CEREAL, KELLOGG'S

But the lamp, plainly, stood ,in 0' Klondike Coburn's claim on the tions in Jerusalem had practically yf f'

need of some new oil. And full as Chakitana as I kin best work it out. wiped out the church in that city, I It EVERY DAY

my days were, I'd a feeling that That's the mine, remember, that but had scattered the disciples AWPCWNKft Niy nlAim L B \
something important in life was for- ? ought t' be yourn." abroad and thus the witness had I OF WATER.

ever slipping around the corner be- "John Trumbull says it shouldn't," been spread. The death of the godly : err

fore I could quite catch up with it. I reminded him. Stephen, to which Saul had given ,

Yet all I could do, I argued with "And Sid Lander says it does," his approval, had only increased his

myself, was to tighten my belt and retorted Sock-Eye. "But I ain't go- determination to destroy those who Profit by AdversityWe

carry on. I'd no intention of turninginto in' into that now, girlie. What I were "of the way" of Jesus. Lookingfor become wiser, by adversity;

a grumbler. These-two hundred: L/ want t' check up on is where them new fields to conquer, he car- prosperity' destroys our appreciation -
families, I maintained, would even- location stakes o' your old pappy ried with him to Damascus letters of the right.-Seneca.

tually do for Alaska what the covered ought to stand." His 'stubby finger from 'the high priest at Jerusalem, I

wagoners did for the Coast pointed to a marking on the map. giving him authority to imprison the I
States seventy long Or "Here's the Chakitana, and.it oughtt' TRY
years ago. -- -- followers of Christ. But on the way
even what the Pilgrim Fathers did "Why avoid me, Moon of my be about here the Big Squaw he met Christ Himself, and was OIIIVE

for New England.Yet Delight?" comes in. But I can't figger out'which stricken to the earth.II. .
construction lagged because side o' that crick the Trumbull HAIR TONIC Q
And I faceto
ing. as turned I came
Saul, a Convicted Sinner (vv.
outfit is
wrong material, had been sent in face with Eric the Red. anchored to.
and the workers wouldn't work. "Why avoid me, Moon of my Delight "I'm afraid I, can't help you 3-9).' Shorn Sheep
Some of the misfits and trouble- ?" he said with his habitualand much," I said. "You see, Sock- Stricken down by a brilliant heav- Many go out for wool, and come
makers had already been sent backto hateful mockery. Eye, I've never been there."' enly light, he finds himself talkingto home_ shorn themselves.

the States, to spread the "news of "Why shouldn't I?" I asked. .I "Then why ain't you there now?" the Lord Jesus. He hears from 4

the colony's collapse. Some of the compelled myself to meet his gaze. demanded the old fire-eater. His holy lips the solemn indictmentof
others imposed on the Commissaryand For "Because I'm needed here in the those who persecute God's peo-
along the road I could see the
wolfed more than their share of approaching figure of Olie Eckstrom, valley," I answered. "And Sidney ple-"Why persecutest thou me?" INDIAN HEALTH FOODAn

the supplies. Some growled in se- swinging his tin milk pail as he Lander's supposed to be looking aft- He who lays unkind hands upon, or old Indian Formula unequaledas

cret and some drew up a daily whistled to the tree tops. er my claim." brings untrue accusation against, a General Health Builder.

round-robin of complaints. Others There was something maddening 'Yes," snapped Sock-Eye, "fuss- God's children had best beware, for Write for Special Free Trial Offer

went to Wasilla and got drunk.In about the cool assurance of Eric- in' round with these pie-eatin' pikers so closely' our Lord identified with INDIAN HEALTH PRODUCTS CO. .
a city of tents, where privacywas son's smile. and waitin' for a bunch of law His ''people that when they suffer, it I 409-SL Pontiac Bank Bldg.. Pontiac Mich.

unknown, I saw things and "Why should you, sweet lady, sharks t' put in the 'final word., But is He who bears_ the hurt.

heard things that at first touchedme when it's written in the stars we'reto court rulin's don't' git you nowhere, In a single sentence the Lord disposes -

with horror: love-making with come together?" His laugh was back on the ,cricks." of the persecuting zeal and Mind's Image
all the candor of the kennel, family- both brief and unpleasant. "I'm still I sat looking at Sock-Eye until he the sinful skepticism of this proud Conversation is the image of the

fights echoing through thin walls of awaiting that happy hour. And whenit \shifted a little uneasily under my young Pharisee, and Saul enters into mind.-Syrus.

canvas, the moans of child-birth arrives I don't intend to be the gaze. I was thinking, as I studiedhis Damascus not as the haughty per-

mixed with the strains of a mouth- forgotten man." seamed old face, that he was so secutor, but as a man trembling and Help to Relieve Distress of

organ,. a loose woman ,with a ca- I made no response to that. Instead misplaced in time that he was pa- astonished. He spends three days

nine cluster of idlers about her, I turned and called to Olie, thetic. He impressed me, for all shut in with his own soul and God, FEMALEPERIODIC

stripped men bathing openly in who quickened his pace as he caught his bristlings of belligerency, as not seeing, not caring to eat, but
wash-tubs, mothers in sunny cor- sight of me. My little Swedish friend childishly helpless before the newer entering into communion with God.

ners combing lice from their chil- was no Goliath, but ,even his diminu- forces crowding in on his trail. He By God's grace the old life is pulledup

dren's hair, girls jeered at as they tive figure meant an acceptable ally made me think of a cumbersomely by the roots as, it is displacedby COMPLAINTSTry
slipped into an unscreened outhouse, along that lonely road. armored turtle, overconfident of his the.new life in Christ Jesus. ,
stained sheets and flimsy underwear Ericson that safety as he ambles along a motor Obedient Lydia E.to Pinkham's relieve Vegetable monthly
watching figure in III. Ananias, an Disciple Compound help
flapping on clotheslines, farm-stock bibbed overalls ironic highway between the flashing wheelsof pain, headaches, backache and
essayed an (vv. 10-12)).
ALSO calm irritable nerves due to
surrendering to the biologic change that could 'crush '
urge so easily
gesture of farewell and moved on monthly functional disturbances.
Ananias was the "I am here
under one's and him."What's. is- simply
very nose, profanity down the road. Pinkham's Compound
Lord" type of Christian to whom the marvelous to help build up resist-
praying side by side, grossness and right or wrong, I final-
'E ban a bad man, Olie an- Lord could commit His ance against distress of "difficult
greediness, empty cans and offal, nounced with quiet conviction. ly observed, "isn't decided by .gun confidently days." Famous for over 60 years I
babies and ban- important business. All we know of Hundreds of thousands of girls and
crying thrumming "Why do you say ,that?" I asked.Olie's powder. him is what is contained in this women report remarkable benefits.. .
Sock-Eye's laugh was brief and WORTH TRYING t
when he his
jos.It answer,
was all honest and open enough. gave raucous. chapter, but it is a very beautifuland
reasons, was in English both broken
enviable record. God is ableto
It was too open, from Betsy Sebeck and bewildering. But in the end it "More'n once, girlie, I've seen it
unbuttoning her waist and giving her rather took breath For blow a short cut t' the seat o' justice work directly on any human soul Big Returns

big breast to a crying baby with a from the slow-tongued my Swede away. boy I ," he said as he patted the worn and accomplish His end (as He did Economy is a great revenue.- ,
dozen males the with Saul on the Damascus road), Cicero. 4
watching operation, gathered that he had been in the leather of his gun holster. "And
to the bed-pots which, in a land habit ,of collecting building blocks : this valley wouldn't be where she is but His usual manner of working iP

without plumbing, had to be emp- for his sister Frieda, small board : if she could rouse up a leather through faithful human agencies.One .
tied in the of But that : wonders how much would be "GET THIS
light day. reversion ends that could be picked up be- slapper or, two t' straighten her out.
to the primitive. I told took accomplished for God if Chris
tween the lumber piles along the The desolate old figure a bit every
Katie, produced both' a bluntness of siding track. The workmen there of plug tobacco, chewed vigorously tian were as willing and ready as
address and a coarseness of 'fiber. and spat into the stove front. "Filled was Ananias to do the Lord's bid
to him
were apt treat roughly and
And women, i contended, felt it drive him away with a cuff and a with a mess o' women "and gas car ding in seeking" out and helping a BIBlE fREE !

most. kick. So it was natural, the night that ain't needed here. struggling soul.
"We're here," said Katie, "for before, that he should promptly hide "The trouble with you," I sug. IV. Saul, a Chosen Witness (vv.

just one" end: to. work and repro- away when he heard voices. But gested", "is that you've lived too long 15, 16). For over 70 years,grateful .
duce. alone. users have preferredWintermith'sTonic
he was able to gather the gist of The fears of Ananias that Saul for
"That, I retorted, "leaves us no Sock-Eye looked at me with the
better than animals." the talk among those transient sore- might still be a worker of evil (v. Malaria. We want YOU
kingly scorn of the unmated male
heads. And their plan, apparently, 13)) were soon overcome by God's to try Wintersmith's- ,
"Well that's what .
we are, Katie "Because I never got me a woman
affirmed, "only the fripperies was to stage a demonstration in ?" he demanded."If assurance that in the praying Saul therefore offer you this :
front of the Commissary (where He had prepared for Himself "a complete 761-pago
make us forget it. it that "
you want to put way, Holy Bible, FREE if
"But surely civilization's broughtus curb had been put on the openhanded I acceded. chosen vessel" (v. 15) to bear the you'll send us two

something worth keeping," I sug- distribution of Federal supplies) I Still again Sock-Eye spat adroitlyinto gospel to the Gentiles and to kings, small Wintersmith
gested. and while the officials were busy the stove front."I as well as to Israel. carton tops(or large

Katie laughed. with that riot Ericson and his followers ain't had trade nor truck with The great witness of Saul was to mail carton to Wintersmith top). Just

"We're not as civilized as you imagine were to start a fire, a purely 'em for forty odd years," ha be accompanied by great suffering.How Chemical Co., Inc.,
," she said as she buttonedher accidental fire, in the great piles of averred. "And I guess I'll git along often the two go together, and 650 Hill Street,
mannish-looking leather coat. timber and equipment that lined the without 'em to the last roundup. No both may be (as they were in Paul's LouisviUe.Kentucky.WHITESMITH'S} .
"You'll find that out when your ba railway track. ma'am, I ain't succumbed t' th life) for God's glory. Saul knew

by's pulling at your breast." plumb loco idee a shack ain't I nothing of that subtle hypocrisy
A touch of unrest, I noticed, extended CHAPTER XVHI home unless there's a female fussin' known as being "a secret believer,"

even to my p pils. They round the dough-crock." for at once he made open confes-
could boast of a big yellow motor Lander listened, with a quiet "What can you do?" I asked. sion of his faith in baptism, and
bus to carry them to the school door enough eye, as I told him what I Sock-Eye chuckled in his leather? "straightway he preached Christ in r
every morning. But only a sprin- could of Olie'.s story. old the 'synagogues that he is the Son
kling of them came. Compared with Instead of venturing any comment throat.TO BE CONTINUED) of God" (v. 20).

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I F OUR COMIC SECTION I Io That Understanding Found the Girl Type of i'

D For months he had been her de'i

rP@r 1r voted admirer. Now, at long last, -11 1
McSHANE o I Events in the lives of Little Men I M he had collected up sufficient J
| courage to ask her the most
E Released by Western Newspaper Union Z momentous of all questions.

;IiiIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlh1111HItIHllIHHIlI111111T : "There are' quite a lot of advantages -
i > -- tI in being bachelor he
a ,
HE heavyweight fight
began, "but there time
comes a
jUst about as muddled at pres-
when one longs for the com-
ent as it has been at any time since
panionship of another being-a be-
Joe Louis lifted the crown from
Jimmy Braddock's brow back in ing who will regard one, as per-
fect, as an idol; whom one can
1937. ( treat as one's absolute property;
True, the contenders have been'
who will be kind and faithful-"
thinned out to some extent. Only
To his delight he saw a sympa-
two hopefuls are getting much of a
thetic gleam in her
play in the nation's press. Theyare eyes.
of course, Lou Nova, experi- I ryl "So you're thinking of buying a
\ \ /l -J "
menter in Yogi sect beliefs, and s3II ( dog? she said.""Do let me help
1 \ you choose one!
Billy Conn, rangy Pittsburgh young- L \ / 1 l,lr '
ster who is ,scheduled to meet the
Bomber in June. r
The boxing sun has set on Maxie
Baer and Tony Galento, for which
r I
-* **'- IJ-- r7--' r** 1r a.**- -
paens- of- praise. ___-=..".'''__ ": ., ;, DEPARTMENTst -sr
should be sung (
wherever fight fans l r *- -* -ip8r
I ,
I gather. Maxie deserves ..
little' or no
I credit for his contributions DAHLIASDAHLIAS.
\ to the art ,ffWr JLr
i\1 h +c.v '
: ;;: 12 Giants no two alike, $1.50;
::1 i of legalized assault. + 12 mixed all types $1.00. Postpaid. List.
! He had all the phys- /r. UILKKEST GARDENS,Takoma Park,D.C.

:I ical attributes an
t athlete needs to cu PHOTOS ENLARGEDBEAUTIFUL

!: reach .the top _But ......,v...,]
' _._.. : .__.......- HI-GLOSS 5x7 enlargement
; ne laCKed the ngntf P from any size negative lOc postpaid. Send
f ing spirit. joe Louis negative Toccoa, Ga.(Film). S..L N. Co., Box 174,
I It wasn't that .
Bacr was afraid to fight. He just
1 v- ,
didn't have the will to work hard / Character From Home

, for his victories. It wasn't worth Character, like charity, beginsat
I while for him to train thoroughly r home. It cannot be instilled

and painstakingly. There was too Yrb V. r by daily teaspoonfuls of educa-
much else to do-too many good tion.-Fechheimer.

times to be had in life. // /
Boxing's MistakeGalento's APOV mE 77ME Orc YE41<.-
, 77IEPO7AX: GREAT FOR mine'
case was different. A OFF/C/AL Pt :S x ? 2 MISERY OF

physical monstrosity rather than a illS d4Y/VUAL. APP. 4 fAlce.AI l Q
fighter, he had no business in the dlz DROPS PENETRO S
ring. He did have a raw, instinctive .
courage which saw him through
more than one spot. But that alone Faulty Memory

shouldn't' have entitled him to a Every one complains of the bad-

chance at the world's heavyweight ness of his memory, but nobody of
championship. There are hundredsof his judgment.-La Rochefoucauld.
tough, dead-game ham and egg-
ers who would gladly take a chanceon

becoming punch-drunk for the 5'M

matter of_ a few thousand dollars. GOOD' II.DtUO .

Conn has an outside chance STOLES
against Louis when they meet in

, June, but chances are that the opportunity II soTnE LAAGE yu ,
will be'wasted. The Pitts- a

burgh youth isn't heavy enough to he.
be a serious threat to the champ.He .
is clever and fast, and will think

faster in a bad situation, but he ,, .

doesn't pack enough guns to cause ,, ,I RHEUMATISMS
Louis a great deal of worry. r _.

Lou Nova has the size, althoughhe ...-

isn't the most dependable fighter Premature GeniusIt

I .... _oN''NN''m'WN in the world. Tony seldom happens that a premature -
I Galento cut him to shoot of genius ever arrives -

ribbons not so long I i ,I at maturity...-Quintilian..

ago. In fact, ,the I
i fat barkeep from ,
Newark handed A'P STOP PER A ., OKAY AS HA> DVJBRK,
Nova one of the f 1 ERG; MUT>'!

y worst whippings a BY YOUR LAXATIVE-RELIEVE


%.'.N taken in modern .When you feel gassy, headachy, logy
i years. Lou was a S'RIILYMD due to clogged-up bowels, do as millions
4 battered wreck aft- do-take Feen-A-Mint at bedtime. Next
er that 1939 fightLou ,ff: morning-thorough, comfortable relief,
., helping you start the day full of your
Nova he went from the" ,. normal energy and pep, feeling like a
ring to a hospital. --i million! Feen-A-Mint doesn't disturb
However, there were extenuating t", your night's rest or interfere with work the
'-: circumstances. A victim of septic ,,' next day. Try Feen-A-Mint, the chewing
gum laxative,yourself.It tastes good,it's
poisoning which .
developed before .-..- handy and economical...a family supply
the fight, Nova had no business in .'."
the ring that night. By .,- FEEN-A-MBNT761

The recent triumph of Nova over
Max Baer was decisive enough to C. M. Payne

indicate that he is just as good, if I II Shrouded FutureA
not better, than before he met I WNTJ wise God shrouds the futurein
Galento. 1W sL& P4acuR
obscure darkness.-Horace.

Time TreatmentIf

neither Conn nor Nova beat M'SIEU Pv BRITISH fftWuv
Louis, then some unknown will slug
his way into the contender's ranks P.

I I and grab the crown for himself.
1 Louis, good as he is, can't keep go-
ing forever.
l 5
One thing is certain-if Louis Ap

loses his title any time from now o 0 of40Y ***Use
on he still will o tt5 d r
be looked upon as 04 YYBt 9 hssY 1 oPPOae
one of the greatest fighters in his- O9 e 0 oa ** _:g bus, bee
tory. Perhaps he has fought second e3 o 3a15 d roost bus,lQla or

rate fighters. He didn't ask for teat e butuCC5, s MtcaLb
them. They were the best avail- P s & Oayy.

able. Granted that he doesn't draw 130 Ife% OpUC -: :+ 6
the crowds that Tunney and Dempsey -
did. He' would draw them if he
refused to fight- more than once

everyone or two years. WNU-7 20-41
In the case of Louis, familiarity
never has bred contempt. There

isn't a heavyweight ,fighter today Miserable
who doesn't stand in awe of the ZE GOOD OLD BULLDOG

champ. And that doesn't mean they BREED with backache ?
are afraid of him.
It does 'mean .
that they respect him for
kidneys function badly and
ing ability. There have been fighters WHEN suffer a nagging backache

sadly enough, who allowed their t with dizziness, burning, scanty or too
respect for him to get out of bounds. frequent urination and getting up at
Baer was one of them. He was too night; when you feel 1 tjredf nervous,
afraid to fight a good battle. all upset. use s.
But times have changed. ByJ. l t DoanV are especially for poorly
l Rlusto lasted nine rounds working l kidneys. Millions of boxesare
the Bomber and Abe Simon against Millar WattWNU used every year. They are recommended -
the Ask
country over. your
(3. Both
fights helped build confi- neighbor!
dence in the breasts of heavyweight

hopefuls.needed.That confidence- has been sorely 1 DOAN SPILLS

(Rern.ea by The Bell SroJltH. in*.1


Ocala Firm Contracts uniform basis the faculty will use 36 PromotionsContinued Cypress Gardens Has blooms, was showered after the

the outline below coronation with baskets and bas-

WorkThe Scholastic Standing Colorful ProgramCypress kets of fresh Gardenias.
Runway' Consist-
Airport ( from Page .I)
1. United States History. ing of two queens of prior festivals -
Emrich and John Schlffll of the
Com- 2. All other subjects. Garden, Fla. Taking and other beauties
Marlon Construction second grade; Jack Davis, Fred the distinguished -
with them 15,000 Gardenias, theMother's
the Curricular Activities
pany of Ocala was awarded Extra : Young, Christine Espenlaub and court consisted of
Day crowd of than
Contract for a surfaced course pav- 1. Athletic interest. Lena May Johnson of the fourth twelve more Kathleen Turner, recently crowned
tag on previously prepared runway (Player, manager, cheer leaderor grade; Harold Broaderick Kathryn Martha Mitchell crowned who saw lovely nf Azalea Queen at Palatka; June

'bases at the Melbourne-Eau Gallie other activity in connectionwith Dyess, Joyce Phillips, Buber Mills, !. the fifth annual Gardenia queen festival Courson who was chosen Queen of
after the bids were openedby the Fourth Estate
'airport at the
athletic program.) and Betty Lou Emrich of the fifth at the Florida Cypress Gardens returned recent
the United States Engineers onApril N.E.A. assembly at Cypress Gar-
this 2. MusicDramatics.School grade; Gene. Mills, Sammie Ray home without having made
30, it was announced dens; Marilyn Jones, Connie Haas,
Creek by A. R. Broadfoot, head of ( band, glee club, school Young Ruth Elizabeth Emrich, a dent in the 50,000 of these frag- Suzanne Russell, Sylvia Chamblissand
June Espenlaub, Mary Ruth John- rant blossoms which formed j
the Clewiston engineer sub-office.. plays, etc.) Shirley Ellis who acted as
son and Grace Ward of the sixth background indeed fitting for a
The bid price was 10322715. 3. Publications, Publicity train bearer.

The four runways: at the airport (School paper, periodicals, grade. queen. Preserving the event for the en-

tire each' 3500 feet long and 150 weekly news, outside contacts, I Queen Martha, attended by a joyment of the whole nation, the

feet wide but are the shortest of ticket sales.) royal court in brilliant costumes clicking shutters of Paramount and
under school activities.It I Subscription $2.00 Per Year I which' resembled additional exotic
'any at any of the fields now 4. All other Fox Movitone news cameras whose

or proposed for construction is not necessary that one take
Construction ------------- -
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in the immediate' future part in each of the above activities;

In the jurisdiction of the local engineer however, the best all-around student -I IN THE .CIRCUIT COURT CLERK'S OF THE NOTICE TWELFTH OF FILING JUDICAL IIILLr CIRCUIT Or COMPLAINT OK TilE STATE OF FLORIDA,

office. will certainly have been active IN AND FOR HENDRY COUNTY, .IN CHANCERY

The successful bidders have also in some of these particularitems. CITY }DELINQUENT<' rSTON, >:municipal corporation,- Complainant, vs. CERTAIN LANDS UPON WHICH TAXES ARE

been the contractors on the run- You are hereby notified that the City of Clewiston, a municipal corporation has filed Its bill of complaint In
Faculties should make their se- the above named court to foreclose delinquent Tax Certificates and Unpaid Taxes for Subsequent
is virtually comp Years
work which with interest -
'Way and penalties, upon the parcels of land set forth the
in following schedule, all of said
) 'ted. WPA labor was used largely -. lection of the recipient of the being Jn the City of Clewiston, Hendry County Florida the aggregate amount of said Tax Certificates parcels lying and Un-and
bases. award on or before May 1 each paid Taxes for Subsequent Years against said respective parcels of land, as set forth in said bill of
the complaint,
on being set opposite such parcels in the following schedule to-wit:
Bids for work on the Vero year and notify the adjutant of The General Clewiston, Florida,
Plan of a* revised September'_ 7, 1037, according to plat
$each airport, another being constructed Clewiston Post so that he can arrange 2, page 71 to 78, inclusive, Public Record of Honilrj. County, Florida. recorded in PInt Hook

under the Civil Aeronautics for having the medals en- I DESCRIPTION OF LANDS: AMOUNT OF" UNPAID TAXES
Authority, were opened this graved at the time of purchase. The Tux Year CERTIFICATES FOR SUnSEaUE\T Tax Year _YEARS

week but a contract has not been name of the recipients should be
I Jot Block 1032 1033 1934 .1035 11136 193.
in strict confidence.Community 1038 1139 lU40 TOTAL
awarded as yet. kept 30 23 $ $ $ $ 6.25 5 6.25 $ 6.60 7.00 6.65 6.65 __ 39.40
.Most of the survey crews assigned 31 23 (Bal) 4.94 6.25 6.60 7.00 6.65 6.65 __ 38.09
I 32 23 6.25 6.25 6.60 7.00 6.65 6.65 __.
the Seb-
to preliminary work on Church- 23 26 6.30 3.80 3.80 4.55 4.55 4.80 5.00 4.75 4.75 __ 42.30
ring airport have returned and all I 24 26 6.30 3.80 3.80 4.55 4.55 4.80 5.00 4.75 '4.75 _.__ 42.30
25 26 6.30 3.80 3.80
4.55 4.55 4.80
5.00 4.75 4.75 ___ 42.30
this week-end. .
are expected back 26 26 6.30 3.80 3.80 4.55 4.55 4.80 5.00 4.75 4.75 __ 42.S0
'Their notes will be used for theeparation (Continued from page 1) 27 26 6.30 3.80 3.80 4.55 '4.55 4.80 '-5.00 4.75 4.75 _.__ 42.30
and O. A. Jones nam- 28 26 6.30 3.80 3.80 4.55 '4.55 4.80 5.00 4.75 4.75.._ 42.30
of a typographic map Bowden were 29 26 6.30 3.80 3.80
4.55 4.55 4.80
5.00 4.75 4.75 ___ 42.)0:
"which will be the base for prepa- ed as trustees to serve'untif 1943and 30 26 6.30 3.80 3.80 4.55 4.55 4.80 5.00 4.75 4.75.'_._. 42.30
Hallto 4 139 -.. 5.58 3.38 3.38 4.04 4.04 4.26 _..___
ration of the project for bids. W. C.: Owen and H. .R. 9 141 3.10 3.10 3.70 3.70 3.90 4.00 3.80 3.80 4.18 __. 37.-14 29.10
until 1944. Ed Clark was 12 171 1.02 4.22 4.22
serve 5.06 5.06 5.34 5.60 5.70 5.70 ___ 47.92
elected a deacon to serve until 1 6 175 3.02 3.02 3.18 3.20 3.80 3.80 __ 20.02
MedalsTo 176 2.75 5.00 5.70
Legion 1944 and also to act as Sunday 6 195 5.10 3.10 3.10 3.70 3.70 3.90 4.00 3.80 3.80 34.20
School superintendent for a one- 23 195 6.30 3.80 3.80 4.55 4.55 4.80 5.00 4.75 22.80 _r._ 60.35
Best Students 4 196 5.10 340 ,3.70 3.90 4.00 3.80 3.80 34.20
year term. Mrs. Jos. Robbing: was 7 201 3.70 3.70 4.00 4.75 4.75 20.90
for 10 202 3.10 3.10 3.70 3.70 3.90 4.00 3.80 3.80 __ 29.10
reelected treasurer a one-year
13 204 5.10 3.10 3.10 3.70 3.70 3.90 4.00 3.80 '3.80.34,20
No. 93 American term. 2 207 4.62 2.82 2.82 3.36 3.36 3.54 3.60 3.80 3.80.__ 31.72
Clewiston 3 207 4.62 2.82 2.82 3.36 3.36 3.54 3.60 3.80 3.80 __ 31.72
'Legion will make an annual awardof 20 207 4.H 2.54 2.54 3.02 3.02 3.18 3.20 3.80 3.80 ____ 29.24
to the best all around I 3 208 3.18 1.98 1.98 2.34 2.34 2.46 2.40 2.85 2.85 ___ 22.38
a medal 4 208 3.18 1.98 1.98 2.34 2.34 2.46 2.40 2.85 2.85 ___._ 22.38
boy student and the best all 5 208 3.18 1.98 1.98 2.34 2.34 2.46 2.40 2.85 2.85 _____. 22.38
student in each of the 6 208 3.18 1.98 1.98 2.34 2.34 2.46 2.40 2.85 2.85 ___ 22.38
around girl 11 208 3.18 1.98 1.98 2.34 2.34 2.46 2.40 2.85 2,85.22.38

high schools at Moore Haven, La- Good FarmLand 21 208 3.IS 1.98 2.34 2.40 2.85 2.85...._.._ 15.60
Clewiston. The high 22 208 3.18 1.98 2.3.1 2.40 2.85 2.85 _..._ 15.60
and .
Belle 24 208 4.14 2.54 2.54 3.02 3.02 3.18 3.20 3.80 3.80 __ 29.24
school faculty in each school will 25 208 4.14 2.54 2.54 3.02 3.02 3.18 3.20 3.80 3.80 ______ 29.24
therecipients of the award, 26 208 4.14 2.54 2.54 3.02 3.02 3.18 3.20 3.80 3.80.__,__. 29.24
select 28 208 2.54 3.02 3.02 3.18 3.20 3.80 '3.80 -_._..... 22.56
giving 'consideration to the work 29 208 2,54 3.02 3.02 3.18 3.20 3.80 3.80 __n". ,.-22.56
the record made during 1 355 4.14 2.54 2.54 3.02 3.02 3.18 3.20 3.42 1.U ___._ 26.20
:done and 23 355 4.14 2.54 2.54 3.02 3.02 3.18. 3.20 1.90 1,90...__ 25.H
:the last three ;years of high school 28 356 4.14 2.54 2.54 3.02 3.02 3.18 3.20 2.85 1.14 _.___.. 25.63
this provision limits the for Rent 39 356 4.14 2.54 2.54 3.02 3.02 3.18 3.20 1.90 1.14 __.._. 24.68
work ( 40 3.56 4.14' 2.45 2.54 3.02 3.02 3.18 3.20 1.90 1.14 _.___ 24.68
award to members of the graduating U 356 4.14 2.54 .- 2.54 3.02 3.02 3.18 3.20 1.90 1.14 .__"._' 24.68
13 367 2.68 2.82 2.80 2.66 2.66 ____ 13.62
class.) 15 377 4.62 I ? 3.36 3.36 3.54 3.60 3.42 3.42...__, 25.32
The award is not to be made 14-15 f 378 17.30 18.30 20.00 22.80 38.00 __.,. 116.40
scholastic averages; however 19 378 38.70, 22.70 22.70 27.50 27.50 29.10 32.00 26.60 28.50 _.___ 255.30
solely on 13 385 10.20 5.90 6.20. 7.40 7.40 .7.80 8.aO 4.75 4.75 __. 62.40
the scholastic standing of the 14 385.' 10.20 5.90 -. 6.20 7.40 7.40 7.80 8.00 3.80 3.80 __ 60.50
should be relatively high.In 15 385 10.20 5.90 6.20 7.40 740 7.80 8.00 3.80 3.80 _...___ 60.50
tecipient 16 385 10.20 6.90 6.20 7.40 7.40 7.80 8.00 3.80 3.80 '_ 60.50
order to have the method of t 17 385 10.20 5.90 6.20 21.00 21.00 21.00 24.00 3.80 3.80 _._. 118.10
Selection in all of the schools on af TrespassersWill 4 .. 411 2.34 2.46 2.40 2.28 2.28 __._ 11.76
5 411 2.34 2.46 2.40 2.28 2.28 ..___.. 11.76
14.15.16 412 5.10 ..5.10 22.40 22.40 23.70 22,8Q __ 101.50
.27 422 4:14 2.54 2.54 3.02 3.02 3.18 3.20 1.71 1.14 2-1.49

:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:..:..:..:-:..:-:..:..:..:..:-:-:-:-:-:..:. Be 28 27 422 423 5.10 3.10 3.10 3.02 3.70 3.02 3.70 3.90 4.00 3.20 1.71 1.71 1.14 1.14 __._- 29.45 12.09
( .. 28 423 -4.14 2.54 2.54 3.02 3.02 3.18 3.20 1.71 1.14 _._ 24.49
l 'C .. Prosec'utedClewiston 29 .423 4.14 2.54 \ 2.54 :.02:: 3.02 3.18 3.20 1.71 1.14 "n____... 24.49
DA M .. 35 446 5.10 3.10 3.10 3.70 3.70 3.90 4.00 3.80 3.80 __. 34.20
f rli ''J: ':. 36 446 6.30 3.80 3.80 4.55 4.55 4.80 5.00 3.80 3.80 .__. 40.40
10 495 1.98 2.34 2.34 2.46 2.40 2.28 2.28..._._ 16.08
THE HEART IS NOT LOCATED 9 498 2.70 1.70 1.70 2.00 2.00 2.10 2.00 1.90 1.90 ____ 18.00 r.-
:: ON THE LEFT SIDE .} 10 498 1.70 2.00 2.00 2.10 2.00 1.90 L90, ._._u_.. 13.60
:: 15 498 2.70 1.70 1.70 2.00 2.00 2.10 2.00 1.90 1.90 ______. 18.00
::: It is in the cavity of the thorax 7 505 1.50 1.00 1.00 1.15 1.15 1.20 1.00 .95 .95 _'__ 9.90

x between the lungs, and 'is :.:::. In addition to the amounts set opposite each parcel of land in the foregoing schedule. Interest and pen-
,.i" about as near the center of : alties as provided by law on such delinquent Tax Certificates and Unpaid Taxes for Subsequent Years together
will :: with a proportionate part of the costs.. and expenses of th is suit, are sought to be enforced and foreclosed in this
y: the body as its shape per- Realty And suit. .

:; mit. If a vertical plane were :.i.i; You are hereby notified to appear and make your defenses to said bill of complaint on or before the 2nd
I, of :: day of June A. D. 1941 the same being a Rule Day of th Is Court and if you fail to do so on or before said date,
: run through the center the the bill will be taken as confessed by you and you will be barred from thereafter contesting said suit, and said
: breastbone half if not more :x: DevelopmentCorporation respective parcels of land will be sold by decree of said court for nonpayment of said taxes and interest and
penalties thereon and the costs of this suit '
!;: of the heart would fall on the .;_ WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto_ set my .hand and affixed. the official seal ,of said Court this
: right side. 1.-"Uncommon: :X: : the 30th day of April, A. D. 1341. ,

.:. Knowledge"-Geo. W. Stimp- .t.
:i.: son. :.: Clerk of the Circuit Court, Hendr/ County Florida.

z-...N N:N:N:.1 N:..:N:..:N..:..:..:N:N..:-:..:..:M:N..:. (CIRCUIT COURT' SEAL) By INEZ MAGILL, D. C.

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