The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00840
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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 23, 1941
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
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notis - ACA5652
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System ID: UF00028415:00840
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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MeetingThere Game Here SundayThe


was no planned program local ''baseball team will

COUNTY DEER and no speaker at the mid-week SEASONOPENERClewiston's play Its first home game of the sea- NEXT FRIDAY NIGHTThe
son, a return game with Pahokee,
meeting of the Kiwanis Club Wed-
on the new diamond in 'the south-
at the Inn the time
nesday night west part: of, town, Sunday after-
A most enthusiastic group ofsportsmeJ1 : baseball team lost Clewsiton Community Cen-
being taken up with a discussion the, first game of the current sea- noon at three o'clock.All tes 'will be opened with a dance
about forty,
I of business problems, chief among son in the Lake-Coast League Sun- regular players, are expectedto Friday evening, May .30th,-the
met lasf Friday night at the schoolhouse which was the report: of the finance day afternoon at Pahokee by a be in uniform for this game and dance being sponsored by the en-
for the of further- will be out to avenge the 6-5 loss
purpose committee on its proposed score of 6-5. tertainment committee of the Amer-
ing plans for the organization of 'a action'during nex't'few It was a thrilling game with to the same team last Sunday.. I ican Legion Post. R. M. 'Bishop,
course of" the i I
sportsman's- for Clewiston. The Clewiston taking the lead and Batteries have not been announced chairman of the committee, is mak-
months. holding a 1-0 margin until the but it is assumed that I ing plans for an orchestra from
meeting was called by H. J. Oglesby J
There also followed a: discussion sixth inning. In that inning Pa- Roberts will start on the mound one of the East Coast towns, for
who was named at the first i of, ,the International Convention to hokee used all Its power and put for' Clewiston 'and Ed Clark will the dance. Admission will be1 $1.00,

meeting as, temporary chairman. be>, held in Atlanta June 15-19 and across six runs, all they needed for be behind 'the plate. per couple, with the exception of
I The group voted unanimously three delegates were named from the victory. Clewiston added' a The new diamond, while not en- pupils still in school to whom a
I against the'' slaughter of wild deer the Clewiston club as follows: A. couple of runs in the next two innings tirely finished, is reported to beI I price of 50 cents per couple will
in Hendry County in the tick eradication O. Ward, M. C. Doke and T. E. and went into the ninth trail- in good shape for playing and a be made. ,

program and the sentiment Markette..: Others also expresseda ing by 6-3. good hardfoughtcontest is in The new Community Center was
.of the group was wired the following -: ,desire to go if possible at that One run was .scored when, with store for local fans 'as the season provided by the City of Clewiston

day, to Representative E., L. time. two men out, Cardin,reached firston opener. for the free use of Clewiston resi-
Stewart in Tallahassee., an error, Clark walked 'and dents. Located In the east wing
H. J. Ogle sby was elected presi- Sandy Bell lined out a hard double. of the old Administration building,
dent of' the new organization but ROUND TRIP DAILY Rounding second Bell saw hat he MANY EXPECTED AT the large, open airy room is ideal

; no secretary has as :yet been chosen, could not reach third and in attempting for group meetings, large parties
L. C. Rosenberg -who had been ap- to get'back to safety and other entertainments.
pointed as acting secretary-treasur TO MIAMI IS GIVEN stumbled and fell. He was put DISTRICT BOY SCOUT Mayor Duff, in a statement to

er, having asked to be excused be- out and Clark's' tying run was not the News tihs week, explains that
cause of certain work which he 13 counted. the purpose of ,the city officials is
t doing which does not permit him BY NEW BUS LINEBus The Clewiston line-up was rather MEETING ON TUESDAY to provide a community center_

to give the time to it. The name short due to several 'of the play- which will be available to any

of the organization has'n'ot yet ers being' away at a barbecue in group in Clewiston for meetings,
been decided upon. service northward from Arcadia held in honor of the sugarcorporation's Scoutmaster Charles Benson stat parties, or for recreational pu'r-
Clewiston' to Childs and westwardto commissary employesRoberts ed this morning that 'if the weather 'poses. "It does not seem practicalto
Richard Hooks, Urey Waldronand Arcadia and from Clewiston I started on the mound f is good Tuesday night a crowd of leave the room open day and

Arthur King were named on a southward to Miami was inaugurated for Clewiston and was relieved in some 150 Boy Scouts, officials and night, but we 'would like for the
R. C.
committee and
publicity were'named Monday by the Glades Motor the sixth by Cardin 'who came in parents is expected at the first public to feel that the room is
Nowling and draw Leslie Miller constitutionand Lines, successors to the Glades K, from right field. Others in the district meeting to be held in Clew-,. available to them at any time. If

set to of by-laws up for a the approvalof Motor Lines, Mrs. M. Kettner ,hav- line-up were: Clark, catcher; 'Baker iston. a group would like to, get together

the club 'at the next meeting. ing leased her bus lines recentlyto first-base; Winn, second-base; The district, made up of troops I in the evening and play bridge, or
the new company. Carl Weaverof Blew, short-stop; Davis, third-base; from Glades and Hendry counties, I dance, the room is there for them
Another meeting has been called I Lakeland heads the new or, Bell, left-field; Knight, center- has held two monthly meetings since I to use. The various organizations,
for Monday night of the coming ganization.The field. organization, the first in LaBellein or clubs, or other groups in the
week at the school auditorium- to present schedules are ten- March and the second in Moore town may have the use' of the room
which everyone interested is .in- tative pending the delivery o!' Haven in April. These two troops, for a meeting at any time."
vited. At that time other officers some new buses which have been the Felda troop and the local troop In order to_ avoid confusion in
will be named' and action will be ordered. Delivery has been LeH BOTH HOUSES WORK will join here in a program of, entertainment the use of the room, a date book

1 taken on by-laws. Sportsmen of up because of defense production Scout, activities and a will 'be kept at the city office, so
LaBelle: have' been asked to_attend but they are now promised in July. ON LEGISLATION FORINCREAPJUOTAS Court of, Honor which will be pre-'I a group may- .reserve, the room for
the meeting possibly with a viewto For the present shuttle buses!: are sided over by' the Sunniland Coun- a certain time. Application may be

making the organization county-. being operated from here to Ar- r cil executive,__ Fred L. Treet of I made to Mayor Duff or to Mrs.
}, wide. v \"..,. "a. cadia. --. Bradenton. Small, for use' qf$ the room. The

,;'J. Under' the new schedule one In iu'epal\tioD'\ :JEort the: affair I i key. i.ll. b6 kepC at the city hall.
Nine Negro rflafttes may, leave Clewislon at 7: 45 a. m. I. three barbecue pits have 'been"" constructed > t. -& ,

on the regular West 'Palm Beach Efforts ;;made on both sides just west of the old hos- Legion '''Members Attend

,'To Camp On Tuesday bus and transfer the Miami bus of,. the Capitol this week towards,. pital site on the ridge and here

at South Bay. Returning that aft- obtaining for distribution to do- I the 'Scouts will cook their meat, Fifth District MeetingFour
ernoon he again transfers from the I each one furnishing his own, in ,relays -
Nine negr'oes of the county will Miami bus at South Bay to another mestic producers any unused por- I as previously decided upon. '

report to the local draft office on (bus into Clewiston while fie! ,Miami tion of the Philippine duty-free I Parents and visitors will also do I'I'I members of the Clewiston

Tuesday morning, May 27, to be bus continues on around the cast sugar quota. I their own cooking, presumably after American Legion Post accepted the
sent, to 'the U. S. Army induction I side of the lake to, Canal Point and The House Agriculture Commit- the boys have finished.In invitation of the Fifth District to

tt station at Camp Blanding to begina into West Palm Beach. The pass- tee approved 14 to' 7 a bill, for I addition to the cooking facilities join them in a meeting at Belle'
year of army training. Eight enger would get back to lewiston I I tables have been erected Glade Thursday ,evening. Attending
of' these are on the regular call at 7CO: p. m. which gives the, great- that purpose by RepresentativeCoffee i and seats placed under the big from Clewiston were E. :M.,
from this county and the ninth is I er part of the day in Miami. I (D-Neb), Meanwhile 20 senators Irubber trees for the Court of Honor Corn ette, Clewiston, commander.

a transfer from ,Chattanooga, Tenn. The Arcadia bus meets the 12:30 from sugar ,cane and beet which will be held out of' doors R. M. Bishop, vice-commander; G. ,

The nine ,,are:' Bennit Birdie I bus from West I ,Palm Beach to states met to outline strategy for unless the weather prevents. B. Thomas, adjutant and 'Charles, ,
Duggs,' Daniel Bass, Charles Fred I Clewiston and leaves immediatelyfor passage of a similar bill by Sen- I Bolton.

Hudson, Joe Ellison, Charlie Brown, the northward trip. It returns I.I ators Adams (D-Colo.) and 0'- Kiwanis Plans June I It was estimated that close to a
. Jr., Willie DeLoach of Clewiston (to Clewiston about 5:45 p. m. and ,Mahoney (D-Wyo.) i iI I II thousand people attended the meeting -

James Persell of Felda, Martin goes on to South Bay to meet the ,The Coffee bill would amend the 1 I Convention for Atlanta ; and free buffet supper which.
Luther Reese of Smithville, Ga., Miami bus after which it returnsto I 1937 Sugar Control Act was served at the Belle Glade city
Clewiston. quan-I 1
who did not report at first for in- quires allocation of unused hall. The Fifth District is composed ,-
, duction and has finally been located. Other runs east and wes from titles of the Philippine quota to Coming South for the first time :: of posts from Belle Glade,
I The Chattanooga transfer .is Charles West Palm Beach to For: Myeis foreign countries other than Cuba. since 1931 when Miami was host. Pahokee and Okeechobee and their-
Lucius Branch. remain much the same as before. Before committee amendment it Kiwanis International will gatherin auxiliaries.The .
"' The four white draftees listed would have applied to the full Atlanta, Georgia, for a five-day local men stated that several -

recently as delinquent have all been 'Dade County Boy Philippine quota, including duty convention June 15-19. Hote fine talks were made and a
located, it was announced this sugar. The committee limited it assignments pouring into the Georgia general good time was had by
week. Won Spelling Bee, to the duty free tonnage. capital indicate that the meet- everyone. A dance followed the

n Six: white draftees left Thursday 'Coffee contended the Philip- ing may be the largest' in Kiwanis. meeting.!! .
'I' Estimates the probable
II a morning for Camp Blanding to begin Neither of the Hendry County 1 pines probably would be unable to I I history.attendance at place 6,000, includ-
training. were: Odell fill their 1942 allotment of 982-
entries, Mary Louise Thomas ofClewiston 2,000 ladies and five or Enjoy
Curry of LaBelle, Robert Beuford Edith 000 short tons, raw value, because ing some
or May of La-
six hundred children.
l Archer, Dan Joyce, Jr., Ed' Ward were able of scarcity of ships and high trans- Miami
to stand To Thursday
\ long Each of 61 Georgia Kiwanis clubs
I and Clayton Browning of Clewis- Belie : portation rates. He asked distribution -
the, twenty-two entrants iq of the 28$
: has been assigned to one
and Elmer Anderson domestic
ton George of the deficiency to -
the district spelling bee in Miami visiting districts of the United
of LaBelle. last producers, especially beet sugar the Senior
I Friday, Mary Louise ending in States and .Canada to assume responsibility Last Thursday was
to enable them to' dis-
twentieth place and Edith in for extending true Class "sneak day" and they ,took
V Work On Road thirteenth. A Dade pose of excess supplies above their 'I
Benbow County boy
RnnHiprn'n hnsnifnlitv: 'throiiehou: full advantage of the occasion by
won the meet and a free trip to I quotas. I the five days of the convention The
Adams designated to' lead putting in a full day on East
Is Expected To Start Washington. was incoming, visitors will be greetedat returning
beaches and in Miami,
Damon Runyan and Philip Wylie 'Senate forces seeking passage of Kiwanis Information Booths located -
acted as two of the judges and the .the senate' measure, which he said ,along principal highways home after midnight.
The re-surfacing with marl of,I others were instructors from the might come before the Senate leading into Atlanta. Committeeshave The group 'was taken in three
Road 29 from Smoak's Corner : University of Miami.: Mr. and Mrs.G. next Tuesday. As introduced the also been designated to wel- cars by Mrs., G. B. Thomas, Mrs.
eastward through Benbow Village B.. ,Thomas accompanied their Senate bill would have distri uted'Continued come guests arriving by air, rail Wm. Bolton and Mrs. W. C. Owen
to Liberty.; Point is expected to get I daughter to Miami and Edith was ( on Page 8) 'or bus. and left Clewiston about seven o'-

, under way within the next week or accompanied by her principal,, Vel- The whole state-wide organization clock in the morning. Almost
\;;, I ton Walters of LaBelle. Sugar Activities In under the general directionof every beach was visited and a stop
Beach for
two.The made at Hollywood
r'. ',- State Road Department Is District Governor Jimmy Carmichael was
:,:' matching funds', about four to one, County Gets $49,000In This Issue of News of Marietta Georgia, is' luncheon.was enjoyed In the at afternoon Miami Beach swimming ,
s( :, with Glades County for this work cooperating in a ,plan to introducethe
and word was received 'this week Welfare FundsPublic visitors to products of Geor- roller-skating Coral Gables and.
movies at the Olympia in Miami.It
'that a new dragline for excavating The Picture Parade on page two ;gia's soiI'and factories. Floral
' ; marl surfacing material would bet assistance cash paymentsto of tills issue is devoted to scenesof contributions ill.the form of famed was a full day but a happyone

\! on hand next week. Enough trucks Hendry County recipients for the the ,sugar industry with the Thomasville) Georgia, red roses and one that the group will
will be added to the regular maintenance "The : Once and 8100'0 gladioli from Cov'ington -. long remember.
period July 1, 1937, when the State heading, Everglades- a '
I __ ___
i'/ '" fleet to on the sur In-, Geoigiawill help decorate
carry Welfare Board was inducted into Waste Now Center, of Sugar -----
;, facing. office, through April 30 of this dustry." convention sites. Other localitiesare
.<:; It was at first expected that only year, aggregated $49,728.90, ac- Tliis prepared, feature page is furnishing peaches, water- I of Macon, Chairman of released the Pro-a
k; a comparatively little of the road cording to announcement made by printed for the News and many melons, cantaloupes and cotton gram has internationally
list oT
jr: could be surfaced with the funds the State Welfare Board recentlyin hundreds of other papers by the bolls. commanding U. S.
!tt." available but Representative 'J. H. Jacksonville. Western Newspaper Union of' .,U- The local Atlanta club under the known speakers including and
I Peeples of Glades County writes These were broken down as fol- lanta. Millions of readers of week- leadership of President J .C. Ward- Senator Walter F. George of
I'S: from Tallahassee that probably all lows: Old Age Assistance $ ly :newspapers all over the countrywill law and General Convention CHair- former Governor Clyde Hoey of the
of the road can be re-surfaced to 360.90; ,Aid to Dependent 49'-1 get this pictorial message from man Jos. S. Shaw is making plans' North Carolina. Highlight which in:1
:', the county line near Nine-Mile dren $5,458.00; Aid to the "Blind the Everglades sugar industry in" entertaining their visitors in entertainment program 8)r
Canal. $910.00. I Clewiston. true Dixie fashion. Hamilton Holt (Continued on Page
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The Everglades-Once a Waste :THE CHEERFUL CHERUB.

Now Center of Sugar Industry I like, the trimming

i I Ir of'the' world

The sunset-colored

G R E FNU A dozen years ago the I ,WN .ryr skies, ,

Florida Everglades'were And time. all
Washington, D. C. barren,and unproductive. Man About Town night
Lk \
SHIP PREMIUMS TO JAPANIt Today they are the center New Yorkers Are Talking About: spangledJ1

is. hard to believe, but the gov- of a sugar industry which The 400 per cent law biz tilt for. h stars and.
ernment of the United States actually provides more than 5,000 Willkie after his Collier's piece (answering fire File
is paying war risk insurance to people with employmentand Lindbergh) The trouble 5.WNU.
the Japanese for helping to insure which spent over a Haile Selassie's daughter is having l11cc"'H'?: 4

the S.S. America, pride of the U. S. million and a half dollars getting a visa to\ come here .
marine. I Adolf Hitler's nephew, Wm. Patrick
This is just part of the revelationsover i in 1940 for materials pur- ; Hitler, being summoned by the N.
re-insurance which are breaking chased in 19 other states. Y. draft board, and his plans to en-
this week at the justice depart- Y yN The ten plantations of the list in Canada, instead The
ment. These probes also show that > United States Sugar core muffled groans over at.the. Sateve-
when a vessel is injured, Axis in- poration spread over. post because one year ago it paidSt. Service.
surance companies get all the data thousands o f acres of Ethical McKelway a big'advance
its time of depar- fee (for a series o'f South American
regarding cargo, these glade lands. These
pieces) and not one word has been 2-DHOfS.
ture destination and the interior V QUICK. TO GIVE
photos show whatgoes on submitted HEAD COLDS THE AIR
yet. FAST A
of the
plan ship.
the harvest'
Thus, despite all the censorship of during season /r e PENETRO ps j
Secretary of the Navy Knox, Ger- 4 bJ. at Clewiston Fla. Pegler's terrific mad-on with Lib-

many has had an easy means of The girls at the left erty mag. He sold it a 'yarn on
knowing all about every ship that unions, guilds, etc., but it'll run side
leaves the, United States. look very industrious, but by side with a yarn debunking his Exposed, Defect
This is accomplished when Amer- they are only out for a piece. The debunking smarticle is Let a defect, which is possibly

ican insurance companies, becauseof frolic in the sugar, cane. bylined by J. Woll, of the AmericanFed. but small, appear undisguised.A .

the heavy risk involved in insur- r.. w, .. .of Labor. Shep Fields' fault concealed is presumed to
ing a cargo in ,wartime, reinsure definition of an isolationist: A guy be great.-Martial.AT '
with various foreign companies. In d who sits on a fence long after a
other words, they sell part of the qtFrri normal man feels splinters.
policy abroad, thus distribute the : This worker: j 'v

risk. That is how Japan makes a 1 knows how to cut '! FDR being fed up with the Axis
lush profit on insuring American ,J cane. propaganda and his belief that a cooo DRUG / .
vessels, even vessels owned by the ___sugar.._....u___... counter-offensive of free ideas shouldbe IIOHS
U. S. A.Last sent abroad. He thinks it is Hit IAAGE yy
year congress passed a law ler's weak point-because in Europeany IOnLE ,

providing war risk insurance for a 7 fr Yv' man who believes what he $1.20 14A t
U. S. shipping, but the maritime, sees-is a Fifth Columnist against
commission, for reasons best known c Hitler! The "beat" of the
to itself, has declined to take advantage -' week: That the administration has'

of the law. Commission 1 ; : ys.g a ;i aiFe/ y'rw Y// been sounded out by influential Ital-
1 members state quite frankly that ian exiles for permission to set up in t t
they wanted to throw the business to N. Y. the government of the Republic
private insurance concerns-as longas of Italy! ! !

private insurance' was available. Habits Multiply
The Gov't is actively considering: 111 habits ,gather by unseen de-
DEBATE FREEZING AXIS FUNDS the best location in the U. where
S. grees, as brooks make rivers, riv-
One of the most inner
foreign agents can do themselves the ers run ,to seas.-Ovid.
cabinet debates in a long time con- most-and the Axis the least-good

cerned the question of freezing Naval conferences in London
German-Italian funds on deposit in have reached the point of a discus-
the United States. In a heated dis- sion of joint command of all demo- DON'T BE BOSSEDBY

,. cussion, Secretary of State Hull and cratic vessels Atlantic (British),
Secretary of Commerce Jesse Jones Pacific (U. S.) YOUR LAXATIVE-RELIEVE
were the only cabinet members who ,- CONSTIPATION THIS MODERN WAY ,

stood out continue for letting to the two Axis .,fa.r'.:,LaH'9.xaErvk )Fi/Y:. ,LL'LLtw'SJn'J..aYVoforf6nLHnvNlSC/fn/3a4Ykv/SAwWCi(4w !: :SfSRa .tifLifiada''usooebiiwi3 Notes of a NewspapermanThe e When you feel gassy, headachy, logy
powers spend money as
due to clogged-up bowels, do as millions
they wished in this country. As in the Evergladessugar Story Tellers: Raymond Leslie do-take Feen-A-Mint at bedtime. Next
Many people may not realize it, grown Buell, a Fortune editor, warns morning-thorough,' comfortable relief,
but whereas the government has cane is ,cut in the field, FDR is "in danger of becoming the helping you start the day full of your
moved in tractor to the normal energy and pep, feeling like' a
frozen the funds of all the conquered wagons American Chamberlain. That takes doesn't disturb
million! Feen-A-Mint
nations France railroad, and hauled by train to the President all the aroundthe
Norway, way your night's rest or interfere with work the
mark, Belgium, Holland, Den-/I the raw sugar mill at Clewis ton. block. He's been called "dictator," next day. Try Feen-A-Mint, the chewinggum
etc.-it continues permit the con- Right: The "Casey Jones of theEverglades' "warmonger"J and now "appeaser." laxative,yourself. Ittastes, good,if
and mical... family supply
e on a
quering nations to'use their moneyin having a bit of fun The 'name-callers invent the name costs only
the U. S. A..'in any manner they oilingup the company locomotive. to fit,their special angle There FEEN-A-MINT

wish. _._.... __.._u_____ are six kinds of escort who are prac- 10 *
For instance, Germany gets more tically a guarantee of spinsterhood,
than a million dollars monthly,from w, an anonymous model reports in
the lease of patents to American t ( "Beauty Is My Career" in Cosmo- Scornful of Little Things
companies. This is paid in Amer- politan. The half dozen will spend
; He that contemneth small things
ican dollars and can be spent for plenty on a gal's face, but nothingon
shall fall little by little.-Ecclesi-
anti-American propaganda or any- the third finger of the left hand asticus. .

thing else, or shipped back to ,Ger-. An editorial in the SEP states:
many. Italian diplomatic attaches, "If the country is unable or unwilling
for instance were found carrying $ for the duration of the war -
$2,000,000 in U. S. currency in a freeze its economic disputes, to forget
suitcase from New Orleans to Mexico its class jealousies, to put out o
for propaganda purposes. An- its mind such a thought of equity of

other $2,000,000 of U. S. currencywas sacrifice, then its life is in danger" WOMEN [nsoia: J
shipped to Buenos Aires by the Them's fine words. We hope
Italian embassy. the Satevepost will set an example HEED THIS ADVICE

Meanwhile, France, for example, Page 122 of the SEP has a of women
no longer sells perfume, etc., to cartoon about a silly 'ostrich with to go smil
the United States, but sells to Ger- its head buried in ,the sand. It's -caused pecul-
many, which in turn ships the per- good to know they can'laugh at them 'Thousands In life-
fume through Vladivostok to the .selves Read Stanley High's : E. Pink-Com-
United States. Reason is that piece: "Hitler Ersatz Religion" in for

French funds are frozen, so the Reader's Digest. He says Germanyis -over 60 years.especially Pinkham's womenhashelped Compoundmade
French can get no money from the their God, Hitler is their Christ thousands to relieve such
U. S. A. But German funds are not and Mein Kampf is their bible. weak, nervous feelings due to this
functional disturbance. Try it! .
frozen, so French trade to the
United States now increases Nazi The Front Pages: The Associated
profits and helps build up trade Press contributed great space and
channels for the future.STREAMLINED tl ink to a group's selections. They
4t $ $ $ ssssssss $ $ $ $ $
_. honored American
.. ... outstanding wom-
I FOODS -:.:.' ,,.;,;,;Ji::#- ,...._"'.'_'# r..z".>,, ..\\..,'"""'..,..',".'>k;'1.w..w ro y.. : en-who "made the greatest stridesin
: Because of the acute shipping I the last 50 years" In the We Can All Be
shortage, food items for shipmentto field of aviation the honored were
Britain are being selected for high The harvest garnered, the cars are locked to the rails and tilted. The Ruth Nichols, a South American

vitamin and calorie content, also for cane is now on its way to become sugar. Planting is planned to providecanes lady named Mrs. Miguel Otero, and EXPERTBUYERS

minimum bulk and weight.In which mature on a regular schedule during a six-month period. Anne Lindbergh Amelia Ear-

general, preference will be giv- ,, hart, in short, is not only Gone-but
en to concentrated and dried foods, J arm+cr sNV.o v\ t.ri.I .qyrr p > '' J ) Forgotten .The Pulitzer Prize
rather than bulky canned goods Committee's award to the Pulitzer r

such as fruits, which contain a con- paper in St. Louis (for getting rid of
, siderable amount of water. Tomatoes ; ; I a smoke nuisance) was like seeinga O In bringing us buying Information,at
I Y,11/3 i!+ X himself. to prices that are being asked for
are an exception because the l v'yy'n man pin a medal on
juice they are packed in is highin r Vti what we Intend to buy, and as to the
vitamins. This column's orchids for the best quality we can expect,the advertising
One item urgently desired by the ri editorial cartoon of the month go to columns of this newspaper perform' a
worth while service which
British is dehydrated vegetablesoup Rollin Kirby of the N. Y. Post saves us
,. dollars a
12 tons of which will make t'r The caption was "The Capital of the many year.
700,000 bowls.A s World of Tomorrow Will Be Either 0 It Is a good habit to form, the habitof
plan is under consideration to ::: t Berlin or Washington" (which Will- consulting the advertisements every

transport some of this concentratedfood kie said in a speech) In a sofa time we make a purchase, though we
in the big bombers being fer- ,. :. chair is "Isolationist" with his news- have already decided just what we
want and where we are going to buyIt.
ried across the Atlantic, which can paper (featuring Lindbergh's oppo- It gives us the most priceless feelingIn
easily carry a 12-ton load. ssj : sition to British aid) on the floor the worlds the feeling of being
The $400,000,000 that has been allocated f' /rytw IJ : ; ;4 .. ""Average American" (that's adequately prepared.
for the food-aid program will G you and me and Kirby) is pushing a
be used to buy 15,000,000 cases of Tv a.yA finger in The Old Man's directionand When we go Into a store,prepared ...
beforehand with knowledge of what Is
canned tomatoes, 20,000,000 cases 'of saying: "I don't want war any
offered and at what price, we go at
evaporated milk, 50,000,000 poundsof more than you do, but I don't pro- an expert buyer, filled with self-confl-

lard, 250,000,000 pounds of cheese, ,:{ % ; ., rwy; pose to let this guy Hitler take ME I dence. Is a pleasant feeling to have,
several million pounds of Wilshire ru a', wZ'or'Y over. And don't you call me a war- the feeling of adequacy. Most'of the
t .
cured ham, millions of powderedeggs ":'"""""':.._'S"'...........=.__J_ y..'.'.rk-'.>>' and thousands of tons of dehydrated a lack of this feeling. Thus advertising -
In Daladier's new book, "France shows another of Its manifold
vegetable soup, dried rai-
The into sacks The the
raw flows starts. Up
sugar long journey "
sins and prunes. Speaking, there is a good tipoffon facets-shows Itself as an old toward
While gigantic in itself, the pro- from automatic weighers, each sack escalator go the sacks to the freightcars why France fell Daladieronce making all our business relationships

gram is only about 3 per cent of getting the same amount of sugar then to the refinery, where said sadly: "What can I do mote secure and pleasant.SSSSSSSSSSSSSS.
the U. S. food :bill, which in 1940 when the boy releases a trigger. the yellowish raw sugar is refinedinto about it? Gamelin doesn't LIKE
was $12,000,000,000. The sacks are weighed again later. the white table product. tanks!I"



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"I understand that you called on .1
J the complainant. Is that so?" de- '. *'jj
manded a browbeating barrister ,::.\
)i Always use bread crumbs to "Make an oilcloth cover for your of a man he was cross-examining. ;-ij
1 cover articles to'be fried. Cracker ironing board. Put "Yes "
v over cover on replied the witness. 1
J 4 C/a s crumbs absorb.* the* grease. ironing board when'brushing and ."What ,did he say?" ::1{

i sponging garments.. "Counsel for the other side objected -

] -= B'A' J1Jt. 2 i\7g&tr ;tI ;.... ; ;;i other Heat furniture spots on will table disappear tops and if Painting the*top*. and* bottom cel- that was evidence not admissible as to a, conversation and- .

rubbed with linseed oil and later lar white ,
steps may save many half an hour's argument ensued.
polished. falls. Then the court retired to considerthe
1 point, announcing some time
When buying tea, before puttingit Most silk lamp shades may be later that they deemed the ques-
in ,the caddy, spread it on a successfully, washed with luke- tion a proper one.

1I I sheet of strong' paper and placein warm soapsuds. Dissolve soap "Well, what did the plaintiffsay
a warm '(not hot) oven for' 10 flakes thoroughly before adding ?" repeated the' crossexamining -
1I to 15 minutes. The tea will go them to the water and use a very attorney."He .

I much farther and the flavor will soft brush to apply the suds, to wasn't at home, sir!" was
%: 4 be greatly improved. the shade. the answer. '

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BREAD TRICKS APLENTY! Sometimes we bury our friendsa .)

(See Recipes Below) good deal sooner than their will benefit from the application of :

;'. J faults. these unusual designs. :'.
:. 'BREAD 'N' BUTTER' We would recognize opportunitymore 1Z9321
It's Picnic Time
,: I easily if it were not so often 15 cents, Is a pattern which gives
,: Those new loaves of white bread Has winter'made you forget the disguised as work. you Intriguing embroideries for personal
wonderful carefree afternoons linens. These would make
featured on grocery store counters 1. grand gifts
... and in bakeries spent along sparkling streams or i Veracity of a Whisper bride. Send order to; ,

:-: everywhere these in sunny meadows, munching hot I Some people believe anythingyou
;,' :1'lo.; ; /. days look just dogs, dipping into baked beans ; tell them-if you whisper it. AUNT MARTHABox ,
r'SaN h. like the loaves of and ice cream? It's time to plan i The hardest tumble a man can 1C6-W Kansas City, Mo.

;. :d1?. fl :. white bread you Sunday excursions and. be lazy : take is to tumble over his own .s Enclose 15 cents for each pattern

. .. \:::: ; rt;' have been buyingfor by eating off paper plates, with .bluff., desired. Pattern No...............

: M'r:; years. But paper forks. And next week Lynn I Pearls of wisdom aren't alwaysthe A y Name .............................:.
'6they're: different they've been "vita- Chambers will delve into picnic variety
[r.e:z- ." : mineralized. atmosphere. Watch for her reci- : Address .............................
Those Harmful Favors"I
:f',2< "How?" you ask. Through the pes of good things to eat out-of- .
$} "yak: use of enriched flour-a wheat flour doors! give people what they want"
: which contains added vitamins and may lead to some mighty. low pur- FIVE delightful 'pairs of motifs
are distinctively either His and
.I- minerals.
: '
; and milk
mixture and
an egg ar-
': 'i It was the Bureau of Home Economics .in baking It' is best to No horses ey.fr go as fast as Hers or Mr. and Mrs. Guest
:::'T: < the you'place towels and pillow slips-even tea
'T of the United States department brush the tips with a little melted'' money on them.
. o: Some lie awake towels (the smart corner mono-
{ of agriculture which suggested butter so that they will brown more, men all night
:, 1t.;" when flour standards here were readily. Bake the bread buttercupsin planning how to win success. But grams are suggested for this use) pOl AI i '

1' under discussion, that fortified flour a moderate oven until they are those who get it stay awake in the- ,
,,'$f".)!:" should contain a specified amount delicately browned. daytime.
\'i\;! of vitamin B1 and of iron, and that .
Pinwheel Sandwiches. Right of the Accused

calcium F Trim the crusts from a whole loaf
J Isle Cats
:}:.: Because American dietaries lack of uncut bread; cut in lengthwise, of I The right ,of an accused person Great Thoughts

{ chiefly: B-vitamins and iron, the accent slices. Spread the slices with any, to be confronted by his accusersis What makes a great thought is

;i'{>'< ....,.,...,. was placed here. The law is desired spread of a creamy consistency -. One of the ,queerest and most based upon the law of imperial when a thing is said which revealsa
'fi;. S that each pound of Enriched Flour Roll the bread firmly the!' desolate spots in the world is Rome. This protection of St. Paul great number of others, and

must contain at least 1.66 milli- narrow way. Small stuffed olives,: Frigate, a low coral island 300 threads its' way through the Eng- which enables' us to discover sud-

' :'"'' grams of thiamin (B1)) ; 6.15 milli- nut meats or. hard cooked eggs! ,miles northeast of Mauritius, in lish law and is not original with denly that for which we could not
;;: '. e grams of .nicotinic acid (pellagra- make an attractive center for the'roll. the Indian ocean. It is inhabited our Constitution. Festus, the hope except after long study.-
: '- preventing vitamin); and 6.15 milli- The rolls should be tightly solely by cats the descendants of Roman procurator of Judea, an- Montesquieu.

. : grams of iron. "- wrapped.in waxed paper and'chillediin two shipwrecked there some 80 swered Paul's accusers (Acts

? ;;, ''. So, now": in addition ;to: being the the: refrigerator before slicing. years ago. 'They are large and XXV, 16) at Jerusalem: "It is

ll-t/" most, versatile and economical en- Croustades. fierce, and exist mainly on fish, not the! manner of the Romans to OOTHES CHAFED SKIN
Mergyyielding::: food, bread also .provides Trim crusts from two or three: which they catch in the most in- deliver any man to die before that
';' ;:::r in economical form, additional slices of bread, making even-size; genious manner. They 'form a i he which is accused have the 'accusers

"i..' al nutrients essential: to health. squares. Remove the centers from circle on a dry' 'reef'reaching to face to ,face, and have WNITF LARGEST 0lTa LE SELLER M E LIYWORLD'S AT C

f. %. And, since bread is the one food all but one slice. Dip in melted; the water's edge, and at low tide licence to answer for himself con-

"'L :',. that probably appears more often butter, and put together to form: close in, driving the fish into shal- cerning the crime laid against
,' y" -'. than any other on the family menu, square cases for creamed food. low'pools and channels. Then him." Dreaming vs. Reality

i ;: I'm going to give you a variety of Checkerboard Sandwiches. they pick them out and tear them The law was introduced into Some people merely dream of

-,; :'X't.. new"health and food.interesting" uses for this Remove the crusts and spread: with razorlike claws.In England during the reign of Ed- being something; others keep''

the slices with soft butter, and any' fine weather there is no dan- ward VI. awake and are something.
i : A knife loaf of
;. good sharp a good ,
sandwich spread of paste consis- ger of their starving, for a single
baker's bread
:;: imagination
: your
tency. Then, alternating the slices,' drive may yield a ton of fish. Dur-
f.<: will do wonders in in
r,;. make two stacks of three slices each ing violent hurricanes, when fish- '
4:1: ,_ your own kitchen,' delicious crea- Get this 11'841; FREE}
.:::. ; tions that make your menus full of -one with a whole wheat slice between ing is impossible, the cats fall
ifj'i'j.i. new life and interest. two white slices and the other, upon each other.Masonry. For over 70 years, grateful.users have preferred Wintersmith'sTonic
; .I :. .. with a white slice between two whole for Malaria. We want YOU to try Wintersmith's-therefore
.r Bread Patty Cases. (
< wheat slices. Next, cut the two offer you this complete 761-page Holy Bible,FREE,if you'll send i ,
!{J: /': Cut three rounds ,of sliced bread. stacks into half-inch slices. Spread Via Wire
2 small Wintersmith carton ( .1 carton ). Just
: us tops or top ,
: ;;, Cut holes in two of them and place with soft butter and another flavor,
mail to Wintersmith Chemical Co.,1M650 Hill St Louisville,Ky. '
n". on the first slice. Brush with a mix. spread, and alternate them again,'
'Even the of
laying cornerstonehas
I-/I'fl ture of egg'and milk (1 egg slight making stacks of three-layer slices
l;;.' ly beaten plus Vz cup of milk) and each. Press the stacks together,' been done over electric wires,
:' bake in moderate until says Colliers. Not long ago in Lon
y, oven wrap each in wax paper and place
? don, 10,000 Masons in an exhibi-
:: brown. in to harden the
; icebox butter. When;
tion hall watched a dignitary go'
\/ Bread Buttercups. ready to serve, cut crosswise into! tonic r
L::. Remove the crusts from a loaf of thin slices to, give the checkerboardeffect. through such a ceremony, every
:>;. s', uncut bread. Cut lengthwise slices j movement of laying the substitute

... <. from the loaf.. Trim the slices so Try these tricks stone actuating, through electrical
.... that they ar.e' about IVz inches wide +i 'very soon won't synchronization, the laying of the Various Wishes had only one heart; grief, two
and the ends pointed. Brush with ((4 S.-- you? real stone on the site of .a hospital Anger wishes that all mankind I tear-glands; and pride, two. bent

j' 1 You'll receive several miles away. had only one neck; love, that it knees.-Richter.

no end of compliments -<
on your

requirements Do your menus and meet nutritive '5-1 these ability to tasty prepare'and 620 MILES PER HOUR :TM PILOT ANDY McDONOUGH '

appetite ap- attractive "bread1delights.
' .. peal, too? Careful, now. Here .". They are all pictured at': ,
are 10 points on which to check the top of the column. I

your meals for appetite appeal: ',
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1. Avoid repeating the same Sandwich Loaf.
food in one meal. Y!'} //J
Trim crusts from a sandwich loaf
2. Avoid serving more than one of bread and cut in four lengthwise

strongly flavored or highly sea- slices. Spread each slice with soft- 2i1.
S soned food in a meal. ened butter. For the three different

3. Avoid using too much of one fillings necessary, use any good'

type of food in'a meal-such as combinations of flavor and color, MADE TO ORDER FOR MX ,
spaghetti as a main dish and rice
.. such as minced ham and pickle, a ,
pudding for dessert. yellow cheese mixed with finely; KIND OF SMOKINS. AND CAMELS ; :
4. Use as much texture con- chopped chives
green pepper, pars- :
trast as possible-have some soft, ley or watercress, and chopped tomatoes -,' } SURE HAVE THE FLAVOR ::
some solid, and some crisp food
and cucumbers, or a tuna: f
in each meal. or salmon mixture. Each of these'' t Z-<&s'ff\
5. Get flavor balance in your fillings should be mixed with ,
mayonnaise ; ;}r' ,}:.:.a.
by yifhn: : : ;
menus serving some sweet, or softened butter
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& wecewwn :rv itbxal; Hr
.evvruwr.tsY% ; rr.J.w'iaiwawJ.} :} ;
some bland, and some acid foods spreads easily. The loaf may be
each meal. made several hours ahead of timeif THE SMOKE OF SLOWER-BURNING CAMELS GIVES YOU I .-
e 6. Serve some hot and some in i ,. ,
wrapped waxed paper and kept' /
cold foods each meal. in a cool place. Prior to serving, 28% LESS NICOTINE .
7. Serve foods whose colors look it is iced on top, C
55 well together and avoid serving sides and ends r
colorless foods in one meal. with cream' l"' than the average of the 4 other largest-selling cigarettes '

,( 8. Try to get contrast, size cheese softened'. tested-less than any of them-according to independent ti
.. and shape in the foods served. to spreading con- scientific tests of:the. smoke itself. P

9. Serve leftovers in a new sistency with wa- JI" i ., : THE
ter, milk or may- .
10. Avoid serving the same food onnaise. Garnish '
combinations too often. Serve with slices of A J : THE CIGARETTE OF o iR Noy n .

some other tart fruit with ,your stuffed olive, sprigs of parsley or COSTLIER TOBACCOS = r THE

pork, instead ,of the stand-by ap- endive. For serving, cut in thick THING! .

plesauce. slices. Serves 10 to 12. :, >>0.. ,.' v .'
(Released by Western Newspaper Union.



The Clewiston News I I Worth and the city on its shore is II III New Laws Passed conservation purposes. for those employed "In national defense "" ..t
I '
West Palm
DEFENSC Punish sabotage ,-n works.

I But for the fact the voices possessed Listed By Watson national or state defense work. GASOLINE-Continue the seventh .

Published Friday in C'ewHton' .. a slight foreign accent I -Regulate making and handi- cent of gasoline tax, half to schools,
Florida by the CLEVISTON NEWS would have assumed that I had, ling explosives;: half to general revenue fund. '
Inc. Tallahassee Fla. --New laws
tuned in an American short wave created by the; 1941 legislature and -Create ; state defense councilto AUTOMOBILES Prohibit con-

KEATIILKV BOWDEN Editor station which was broadcastingsome briefed by Attorney General J. coordinate activities. tracts In restraint of trade in the-......
sort of a "salute" to' Flor-. sale of new automobiles: .
Tom Watson are announced as follows -Establish Florida Defense :--.117
ida. I listened'closely.. .
Entered as second class mall matter : Force or home guard. -Prohibit sale of used taxi or : ;.'
February 1, 1927, at the Post Office IrClewMstnn I' The drone of the plane continued I CONSTITUTION-Propose amendment -Repeal 1917: county guard law. for hire car without it being labeled "

March 3,, 1897.Subscription Florida. under. -. the'- .Act" ol I as ,did. the' conversation, and the ,-to permit election on changes' ,: .-Outlaw German bunds and as such. ;.;, 14

I speaker: informed his companionsthat in constitution! within 90 to 180 communist party. Require notice of liens on au- .> 1
they were now approachingMiami HOUSING.-Allow city housing
days. tomobiles to be filed with state .
Year. ,
Rate $::.00 Per
on the shores of Biscayne CITY STREETS-Require state authorities to build defense dwell- motor vehicle .commissioner.r

Adrrrtlalng Rater OB Application. Bay. He described it in detail, road department to maintain streets ing projects outside city limits. -Require registration of auto :" '"

spoke familiarly of such develop -Create county housing au- factory representatives,
which connect through state high- :
ments as Coral Gables and Miami thority to promote new homes for '
the advancement and welfare ------
Devoted to .
of Clewiston and Hendry County Beach. He pointed out the Hialeah I ways. low income farmers.To <.
and Tropical Park race tracks and' CONSERVATION. Propose authorize housing projects Is Your Subscription Paid?

gave statistics as to the city's amendment to constitution placing
I amazing growth. control of game and fresh water "

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with power to conserve
I drowned out both plane and voices stock.DENTISTSAbolish. I

RAMBLINGS and the strains of "Moon", Over unauthorized rrf. ..
Miami" could be heard. In a con- .
B. B. dentristry; require all dentiststo f. :
By the
tralto voice a woman sang
be certified by state board.
words in such perfect English and I __

.:";":":";":":":":":'.:":":":":":":'.:":": ":":":",":' with such true American rhythmas COLLEGES-Designate University -
to completely disarm my belief of Florida and Florida State yV.

Well, a more delightful spring in that it could be foreign in origin. College as depository for public .V.. V ,I

Florida could not be Imagined.This and the documents. .t.
Then the song died away
Through May" cam- SALARIES-Requi> salary buy-
"Stay plane journey over Florida con- ie yt I IPAGE
paign may have had a salutary effect tinued. Miami had been left be- ers to charge no more than legal :' ARE HOT NATUF.f' ll'1
the weather. For the past interest; in effect, abolishing sal V r
hind and the speaker was describ- .Y. aEtfl1 :
week, we've spent every possible to Key ary buying.' 'WOMJM/ "
the Overseas Highway THAN
, hour out-of-doors, and where a I PROPERTY-Remove from real :: ::
West. He pointed out Matacumbe .:. .- .:. \.
half day was available have hied Key and related the tragedy that estate the clouds of unperformed + .+
to the woods for a picnic, a fish- boom-time 'contracts.HOLIDA .
occurred there. He told the historyof :t :::
"to the woods." Y Making the last !
ing trip, or just Key West and impressed upon '
in November official
If you have never tramped aroundin his listeners .its strategic positionas Thursday
Florida woods you're missing the southernmost American city. Thanksgiving in Florida. + f
Prevent price _.. .
y --- 'y
something. We don't have the Swinging about, the plane began ; cutting in legal advertisements. .:- I -- .:.
gorgeous display of wild flowers its journey northward, which y
that find in other sections opportunity 'WILD LIFE-Pledging all hunting :s: (Explanation on Page Eight) :i:
you gave the spokesman an and fishing license funds to
when rhododendrons, or daisies, or I to tell of the Everglades and .

poppies grow wild, but our wild II she knew his subject. He called -- -- .-. &ifJ/iJl'{! ..

flowers are even more to be ap- attention to the Tamiami Trail, to :
preciated because they are smaller the canals, mentioned the agricul- y yi

daintier, and require a closer tural development around the Lake. :: :
;_i Men and women agree it is better to =
view. his next objective
Turning west,
Right now the ditches are, filled proved to be Fort Myers. "Homeof PERSONAL .. y:;: invest in a home, than in a pile of rent y:fi f-

with not wild quite Queen knee-high Anne's and lace in, whichis dain- Palms.Edison" ,("He he could said have; been"City read-of :i: receipts For what you are paying for :i: '

tiness and actual beauty far exceeds ing from a Chamber of Commerce John your wife has learned
rent can buy'a now on our
it's you
the cultivated variety that booklet.) Then up the west coast the truth! She's found out ,

grows head high, and higher, of in he gave equally accurate descrip- ,and easy hotbreads to bake all perfectly kinds of every cakes :_.: modern loan plan. It's to your interest :y::

our gardens. There's plenty tions of Sarasota: "Ringlings have time-even though she's never :
find about it. ::
the to out
this right in Clewiston-near their I winter quarters here, you tried the recipe before. What .. ..
school building, and all over town. know, and that building on the I she's found is Rumford Baking y:

The greatest surprise of, the right is the famous Ringling Art Powder! For with Rumford -

woods to those not accustomed to Museum." "Now we cut .across the you without can use any good about recipe how V
worrying .
them is the beauty of the scrub bay to have a look at St. Peters- much baking powder to use. .!. y.t.

palmetto blossom. Right now every burg. It is called the 'Sunshine The amount the directions call ..!. ..i''y
clump of these low bushes has City' and one' of the newspapershere for is the right amount.to use

several of these seemingly fragile is given away every day that of Rumford. FREE. Send for :i: :::

white blossoms on a tough, woody the sun fails ,to shine." new booklet, containing' dozens v
of bright ideas to improve
stem. Now and then plane companion y
a your baking. Address: Rum- .
And nothing compares' with the would break in ,with an inquiry ford Baking Powder, Box R. ,

exotic beauty; of that' pest of 'Florida : "Isn't that another "l large Rumford, Rhode Island. .!. ....1:
streams-the water hyacinth. city across the water?" was asked. ''I ::N:N:N:N N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N N N:N11:11 N N:":N:NN:N:N:N:N:N:.1:N:11 N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N 11:.1:N.N:N.,1.N.1.N.

Near Lakeport, and in other sec- The guide on this strange aerial -------- --- - "'

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mass of these lavender flowers. answers, for he promptly replied .::N::--::N::..:..::..::..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.: : : : : : : : : : : N ft

That is our great show, and it is "Yes, that is Tampa, famed for its ?.i,, .ff.
so impressive that for the time be- cigar Industry and its Gasparilla .t/1t... :.1;

ing we forget that these same Carnival. It is connected with St. .:. \ V Vy..

hyacinths are obstructions to drain- Petersburg by the Gandy Bridge. :f:;:

age and navigation the year round.It We are flying directly over it right :.!..:.:t';. ENJO' AN '' ,.fl..

is as though they bloom so ex- now." .:..:.
travagently in an effort to make Turning east, the route covereda :;::::
for the trouble they cause. ** :., ....
up .
of central Florida '
good portion ; .,' .' .:.
Plant City, Lake Wales and Lake- s.I; .!!: : ,/' :: "ALL ELECTRIC ..i.:..::.
.... '
Members of the Garden Club who land were mentioned as clearly visible .' ,: t I / :::::
attended the luncheon meeting in below. The BQk Singing Tower ++ ,. '. ; !; I
the new Clewiston Community Cen- was given a most detailed description :;::!;: y; ,..: :.,. ,: ,. ,'.',_ HOME \ ''',.. .;.. ... .. '......... :.:.:.::.
ter yesterday were enthusiastic in as the imaginary plane : 'H" e' < ... : .i7'\, ;; .;: .
.. :; .
r'- : : ;
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their praise of the .city for, mak- was supposed to be circling above ; ,,', : -. +
ing such a place available to the this Shrine and Sanctuary. Next :::::: AV :; ''' ,\ "j." ,1. :; ..- ,I ".+.:.
residents of Clewiston. It is a came Orlando, a brief mention pf : yy

large airy room, well-lighted and citrus production and the position -- .?:.)y.
: ..
well-ventilated. It has a new lovely of this central Florida city in rela- ; Electricity is the modern servant;' a servant that :;:.:
: ::
oak floor, pleasing to look at and
tion to it. Ocala and Silver Springs
splendid for dancing. The formal', were not overlooked, although they :*::*: takes care o'f 'both the work and the pleasures of the :;::=:

opening will be held next Friday were thoroughly "looked over," quickly efficient- ::!:
will do
:: home and that everything ,
evening, when the American Legion .and here again the description i :: one .:....

will sponsor a dance there. After might have been taken bodily from ..:.:..:.: I y' and economlca 11 y. +{.
that it is for the It \ vv
yours one of "Shorty" Davidson's' printed -
is available for any group meet- booklets. 3.31 slices of 'Itoast or :::i:
ing or for any private party. Inquire ::::: .. One penny will toast 26 crunchy .
Next came Gainesville and the ,
at the city offices. University, then the conversationdied .,=t,:;i: give your eyes two hours of safe reading light or operate : :;:

out again and a chorus of male is **
:_::;: your radio for most of a day-and-ELECTRICITY
voices began singing our own FlorIda -

;:..:....:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:::..:..:. song. Continuing north as far I ::::_!: one thing that gets cheaper the more of it that you use. ::::

as Lake City, which was briefly x ff

Too Late To Classify and mentioned the lazy, the Suwannee plane turned was pointed west- :::i: That' is why it is so easy to have and enjoy a home I :.::.:.t.;:

By RUSSELL KAY out. Here again the chorus ..:;..:: that IS. all electric and mo d ern. -f
came in to sing "Way Down Upon vvvv
.:..:.-:..:..:..:..:..:..:.-:..:..:..:..:..:.L.:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. the Suwannee River." Then came y y I vy

detailed descriptions 'of Tallahasseeand y .V?
Seated at my radio the other Pensacola. ..:.. (..t...

evening, I switched to short wave The narrator seemed to be as : ELECTRICITY IS YOUR CHEAPEST SERV- : :
and accidentally tuned in a pro- :i:
well informed as a professional ...v
gram dealing with Florida. I did ...y ..
tourist guide. He mentioned every .t...s.. }.;
not know where it
was coming industry and resource in the state, .:..:.
from and, curious, gave it 'my every point of Interest, and with :::: ANT-USE IT EXTRA-V AGANTLY. .:ii.::..:.
closest attention. Through sound -:- ;
complete accuracy-but he was absolutely ::::s. -'
effect the steady hum of an air- 1=.= : .VV. .
silent on the subject 'of ,_,y..
plane motor could be heard and iv
"defense. He did not mention + .
above it came conversation apparently ..... I'- .5.:.
Camp Blanding, MacDill Field, the '
from occupants of the Naval Training Station or Naval .t..i.{. ..' '. ,.,. ; .:.
plane. It went something like .._: -: I r ..l.....;. &.
Air Base probably because hedidn't .:..S' ; : :.
this : .t. \ :
; .' .s..
consider them worth ." '
men- '
;s:.;. ,; F. ,\
"We are now flying down the tioning..-The program, an an- ;

East Coast of Florida. Almost directly nouncer advised, was from BERLIN i i'i II

below us is Palm .Beach -..-a "greeting," he said "to all il Glades Power and Light'Co..

where homes of America's idle rich lour DEAR FRIENDS In Beautiful

line the palm-fringed coast. Palm Florida"-It appears that the Ger- 'i

Beach is very beautiful and world man Lufwaffe is well posted on

famed as an exclusive '''winter re- this state.-Maybe it's time we took Vv
sort. To the east we see the broad Martinique and Dakar-the next .:.V:0.
,1 ,1
Atlantic, glistening in the sunshine. German planes may not. be "imagin: ...... .:":":": :":":":":' ":":": :":":":":":":":":-'M..
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I Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Kelly ,have- EVENING BRIDGE CLUB DINNER- PARTY Mrs W. 'C. Owen, has ,

taken the Allred Cottage at Fort CELEBRATES 4TH BIRTHDAYMrs. \ I'card tables and chairs l

-I Ii 1:Myeis: Beach for a month's va- Mr., and Mrs. Gratton George and window draperies; all of which <

ii/ r.[ Personals ] cation. Mrs. T. B. Shelley is R. C. Nowling was hostessat entertained with a dinner party at were in place for yesterday's meet '. ,; ,

I spending this week there with the meeting of ,the Evening their home Friday night 'complimenting :'

Mrs. Kelly. Bridge Club at her home Wednes-, Charles Roberts on his rn The Garden Club will not meet ) .'
i day evening. The date :was the
birthday. Guests were Misses Mil again until September. ,1
):-T_ Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Morrison were Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Couse and fourth anniversary of the. club's dred Durst, Betty Spicer and Chris- Attending the .
'were '
meeting Mrs, ,
, "v.. .I( week-end visitors at Daytona Beach. daughter, Jo Anne, Miss Bertha organization, so Mrs. Nowling gave tine Bell and Ed Ward, Sandy Bell R. M., Bishop, Mrs. F., D. Duff, Mrs. ,I
: t
of Moore
Gram and Mrs. V. Gram a birthday party. and Charles Roberts.
3 A. Jones, Mrs. H. C. Jones Mrs
'" ,.. | Mr.. and Mrs. C. W. Fuller spent Haven were dinner guests, of. Mr. A buffet supper of fried chicken, 10. H. Knight: Mrs. Josephine, g"

"" :4 Saturday in,,:West.'Palm. Beach.*. and Mrs. W..,E., Dilley I Friday' 'even-, pickles olives. rolls, potato chips Knight Mrs. '
ing. Mr. and' Mrs: J. Eo". Beardsley, and iced' tea was served; and.''later; INSTALLS .' Mrs.
OFFICERS AT LUNCHEON 'MEET' W. 'L, Lott :MrsWe H. Lanier '
| Miss Marguerite Mizelle spent the and Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Smith a birthday cake with four lighted I .
' ,' \ ____ ___, Mrs. E. C. Mills' Mrs. J. F. Morn!.
\ :week-end visiting friends in Ocala. joined the group for bridge later candles was brought in, and served
'w',1 Mrs.
son, P. M. McIntyre, Mrs. C.'
in' the evening. to the members. The annual meeting of the Clew- L. McLendon, Mrs. Zerney Mere-

'. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Bradnack Mrs. B. J. Schroeder received iston Garden Club was held in the dith, Mrs. C. L. Nielsen, Mrs.: W.
, Miss Edith Wynn of Tampa ac-, first and Mrs. Roy: Alston I
'w were: week-end visitors Jackson- prize; new Community Center yesterday C. Owen, Mrs. W. W. Perry Mrs.G. I
companied her father, A. B. Wynn, second the bridge
I, ville. prize at game. afternoon. Following a delightful
a B. Rackstraw, Mrs. F. M. Rod-
'i 1 on a business visit to Clewiston Both prizes were flower vases. Play- luncheon served by the of
group riguez, Mrs. L. L. Spicer Mrs.
'- I Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Ratley of Friday. Miss Edith, who is fifteen ing were Mrs. Schroeder, Mrs. Al- hostesses, Mrs. H. T. Vaughn, Mrs.A. F. Tippey, Mrs. H. T. Vaughn," Mrs.A. .

: South Bay spent Sunday here years old, is a talented ac- ston, Mrs. Campbell E. Nail, Miss O. Ward, Mrs. Zerney Meredith, O. Ward, Mrs. A. L. Hackett

1 visiting Mr. and Mrs. Fred Topper. cordionist. She played selections Mae Palmer, Mrs. R. C. Wilson, Mrs, J. F. Morrison, 'Mrs. E. C. Mrs. K. Bowden, Mrs. R. W. ,
Friday evening for guests at, the Mrs. ...W. H. Lanier,' Mrs. Blanche Mills, Mrs. C. L. McLendon and Turk,
N. V S. Mumford, Mrs.. W. E.
Mr. and Mrs. Dave: Alston have Clewiston Inn and Apartments, who Turner and Mrs. Harry Turner. Mrs. P. M. McIntyre, the president t, Bolton, Mrs. E. W. Durst, JVIrs. '

j. moved into their new home on were delighted with her entertain' Mrs. Leah Spicer, called the business John H. Doty, Mrs., Oliver Thompson '
Crescent Avenue. ment. MRS. MARGUERITE HURST '
'I meeting to order. .. Mrs. Elmer Cox, Mrs. Ralph,
Reports of the officers and com- M. Bishop, Mrs. G. H.: Small and
Miss Maude Smith ,of Savannah'' Mrs. I. O. Bishop of Fort Pierceis Friends in Clewiston were sad-
mittee chairmen were given. Mrs. Miss Hazel Prince.
is visiting her brother, R. '"N. spending this week here with dened Saturday to learn of the Spicer
presented each
member of
1 Smith and family. I her sisters, Mrs. Clarence J. Niel- death of Mrs.: Marguerite Hurst, the outgoing executive
I sen and Miss Evelyn Kellems. wife of C. T. Hurst, at their homein committee Florida's' water power plants
I with 'a piece of ,costume jewelry in
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Bro'wningand Another sister, Mrs. Elmer Cox, and Emporium, Pennsylvania.. Mrs. the form of flowers or garden im- generate 49,000,000 K.W.

children of Lake Harbor were Sun- her son, Jimmie, who have' been ; Hurst had been ill for several
J plements, reading an appropriate
day visitors in Clewiston.Mr. I here for several weeks, will leave months and went to Emporium last with
verse each.' After
this week-end for a visit in Indiana winter to be with her sisters, Miss i WANTED-Passenger to ride to :
the new officers, she presented each
and Mrs. Frank M. Rodriguez before returning to their home in Abbie Metzger and Mrs. Grace Pat- i I Pittsburgh or vicinity about June
1 l' with a bouque'of "everlasting flow 1. Mrs. W. E. Dilley, phone 81.
Utica New York.
and Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Pressley terson. "ers-statice in shades of lavender

f spent the. week-end in Miami. '- Mr. 'Hurst, who is a chemist at I and yellow.
A. D. Frith is recuperating at ,
the left few weeks
sugar house, a
J I new are Mrs. O. --
"Mr. and Mrs. Dan Allen and Miss the Clewiston an ago for Emporium and was with
A. Jones, president; Mrs. F. Deane Accurate tension. by Thompson
.l Marcia Avant were visitors in Mi- emergency appendectomy perform- his wife when she, died., AlthoughMrs.
Duff, vice-president; 'Mrs. P. M. Tensionmaster. For further details
ami yesterday afternoon. ed' Tuesday night. A. D., who has Hurst's condition was knownto
Parkinson's for McIntyre, recording secretary; Mrs. see Joe Schroeder. itp.
been employed at
1 be hopeless, the end came sud-
j Mrs.. Earl R. Smith is recuperat- the last few months, is a memberof denly Friday' afternoon. Campbell E. Nail, corresponding
/ ing at her home here after under-, the Senior Class of the Clewis- secretary and Mrs. W.: W. Perry,
Mrs. Hurst spent, several seasons treasurer.. FOR SALE Caboage farm in the
j J going a tonsillectomy in West ton High School, having completedhis
in Clewiston, residing at th'e Hastings Section.
Apply Don S.
j Palm Beach Tuesday. class room work several Mrs. Spicer, the retiring presi-
Barracks. She had endeared herself Hanna
Hastings, Fla.
i, tt --- months ago. dent, spoke of the loyalty and I
to because of her fine
I many ,
Air and Mrs.' M. M. Prewitt and work ,of the executive committee
character and sweet disposition -
J their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Edward SENIOR CLASS ENJOYS SUPPER i which had served with her refer- APARTMENT FOR RENT East

Schoen, were visitors Monday even-' PARTY AT BAILEY HOME 'MRS. DILLEY, IS HOSTESSAT ring to them as the "best brain Clewiston Inn. O. A. 'Clark tf.
ing in Fort Myers. --- trusters a president ever had." Mrs.
Mrs. C. E. Bailey entertained the Jones, in accepting her: new office,
FOR RENT-New 5-room house
,.j Miss Florence Graham visited Senior Class of the Clewiston High'School Afternoon pledged her best efforts to the club '
The Friday bridge Bishop-Wilson Lumber Co. 3t.
I at her home recently witha and asked for the continuation of
f Miss, Roberta Spicer in West Palm club met at the,,home of Mrs. W. E.
' -1 Beach Thursday, Friday and Sat- I I1 chili supper. Dilley Friday afternoonwith sev- loyalty and 'support of each memberin -

urday.; After supper games were enjoyedby eral additional guests attending.Mrs. order that the club might con- FOR SALE-Late model kerosene
the group and prizes awardedto tinue its success. She paid tributeto stove See Mrs. John Kettl., tf
Earl Smith won first prize
I and Renee Weth- the "ork'of the retiring presi-
Mrs. Carawan Nelson is visiting Bud Vaughn and Mrs. C. E. Miner won second
dent, Mrs. Leah Spicer, and on be-
for several days in Clewiston, while ington. prize. WANTED An ambitious, wide
half of the club, presented her "
,1 arranging for the moving of her Attending were Misses MargaretVon The club presented a gift of lin- awake man or woman to look
with attractive book.
furniture to Jacksonville. Mach, Flora Lee Haven, ,June gerie to Mrs. Robert N. Smith. Mis. an scrap after renewals and new subscrip-

Hooker, Doris Hodges, Julia Ogles- J. M. Couse, of Moore Haven, was During the business session the I'r tions for, the popular, fast-selling

Mrs. J. 'W. Francis returned by, ,,Leah Richaud, Renee Wething- given a guest remembrance by the club voted to contribute 25.00 toward magazine The American Home. It's

Sunday: from a week's visit in ton, Bettye Bailey, Bud Vaughn,' host ss. '. the fund for the furnishingof easy, pleasant work, and it pays

<, Canal Point with Mr. 'and Mrs. Dick Owen, Bill Davis and A. D. Chicken salad, wafers, coffee and the community center. It also big commissions. Spare time only .

Judson Francis, Jr., ': a Frith. mints were served 'by ;Mrs. Dilley to voted to raise its annual dues to required.. Write today; to Director,

-L,,_ _.=-.oE.l...... .. Mrs. Earl Smith,JMrs, .R:, N. Smith, 1.35' to' absorb the increased 10 Sales Division, THE AMERICAN
ERIC THOMAS GIVEN BIRTHDAY Conk- cent per member assessment ,which HOME
Mr! and Mrs. M. D. Bledsoe left Mrs. C. E. Miner, Mrs. IE. CORPORAT10N..251 Fourth
PARTY SATURDAY NIGHT ling Miss the club pays annually to the state Avenue New York N. Y.
Sunday for a two weeks' vacation, Mrs. J. M. Couse, Ber- federation. The 'of meetingwas ,
during which tha Gram, Mrs. J. G. Niblack, Mrs. place .
they are visiting
Mrs. M. A. Thomas entertainedwith changed from, the Clewiston
relatives in Atlanta. I Carl Johnson, Mrs. Clarence Niel-
a surprise birthday party Sat- Inn to the Clewiston Community
sen, Mrs. Elmer Cox, Mrs. Keathley
"j urday night in honor of 'the 15th Bowden and Mrs. R. ,H. Knight. Center. Glassed Scientifically Broken Lenses
Mrs. A. R. Broadfoot and children of Eric Thomas. Mrs. Jones announced I
birthday her son, appointment Fitted and Repaired Duplicated
Barbara, Bobby, and Billy I
Mrs. S. P. Slonaker' assisted Mrs. SANDY BELL ENTERTAINS of the following com-
and Gloria McDuffie DR. F D. GUDBAUR
were Tuesday Thomas. HONORING ED WARD mittee chairmen: Civic, Mrs. J. F. ,
visitors' in West OptometristPhone
Palm Beach. I Games were enjoyed and prizes Tippey; Finance, Mrs. N. V. S.

. : I were awarded to Mauryne Prewitt, Sandy Bell entertained with a Mumford; Conservation, Mrs. L. L. Fort 19$ Mycrii.5 Collier Florida Arcade

Mr. and Mrs. I. D., Leydig, Miss Sue, Von Mach, Oliver Martinez and bridge and contract rummy partyat Spicer; Flowers, Mrs. E. L. Stew- Successor to K. H. Oakley ,

,''I"J Marion Leydig, Miss Florence Elbert Hooker., his home Tuesday night honor- art; Publicity, Mrs. A. L. Hackett. l

: Graham and Miss Roberta Spicer Sandwiches and an iced 'drink ing Ed Ward who left Thursday The Club members were delighted -

\, were in Sebring Sunday afternoon. were served with the birthday cake I morning for Camp Blanding to be- with the Community Center as

"J t to: Elsie Martin, Mauryne Prewitt, gin his year of army training.Mrs. a meeting place. The committee,. Dr. Walter ,F. Purdon

Miss Evelyn Kellems and J. E. ,!Mary Carlisle, Barbara Broadfoot, Jimmy Wilson, was high at Osteopathic Phjsician And

.1 Beardsley are attending a State Marianne Jones, Mamie Trice, ''Betty' bridge and Mrs. Harry Knight low. Surgeon

Land Use, Planning meeting in 'McDuffie' Marilyn ,Davis, ElizabethWinn Miss Florine Moore and Charles FOR RENT-One 2-room furnished Hopkins Building z

'i Gainesville for several days this Sue Von Mach, Dick and Guy Roberts were high at the rummy cottage. One bachelor apart- MONDAYS and FRIDAYS

,1 week. Elkiiis, Robert Hodges, Billy Perry, table., Refreshments of chocolatenut ment. Lights and water furnished.Mrs. 10 A.bl.to9P.M.

J Arnold Taylor, Oliver 'Martinez, sundaes and cake were served. M. D. Royals. 3t. For Appointment Call Mrs. Hare.
l Mrs. R. ,N. Smith, Miss Maud Phillip McLeod, Martin Waldron, Enjoying the occasion were Mr. 32SMECHANICAL

- Smith Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mrs. K. Richard Pape, Talmadge Burkett, and Mrs. A. C. Carlton, Mr. and

r' Bowden and Mrs. W. E. Dilley Nick Schiffli, Jimmie Paul, Edwin Mrs. Harry Knight: Mr. and Mrs.

'i'' visited friends in Moore Haven Roath, Jimmie Davis, Elbert Hooker Curtis Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. CLEWISTON STRUCTURAL

1 Wednesday morning. and David Thomas. Jimmy Wilson, Misses Betty Spicer, TINNING & PLUMBING SHOP ARCHITECTURAL DESIGNS

Mildred Durst, Florine Moore and Estimates
Maps -
j Anything in Fixtures
Tommy Murray, who left Clewis- MRS. NIELSEN IS HOSTESS AT Christine Bell and EdCl rk, Ed Plumbing JOHN H. DOTY

,ton last week for Albany, N. Y., PARTY COMPLIMENTING SISTER Ward, Charles Roberts and Sandy Prompt, Efficient Service
j' is employed by the Hoffman Con- Bell. Engineering Consultant _

' struction Company and will reside Mrs. Elmer Cox, of Utica, N. Y., .. PETER CHRISTENSEN, Mgr. Hopkins Bldg. Clewiston, Fla. .

in Amsterdam, N. Y. who has been the guest of her MRS. BESTOR HONORS
1 _
.1 sisters, Mrs. C. J. Nielsen and Miss MOTHER AVITH PARTY

' 1. Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Thomas Evelyn Kellems, was honored witha -

'- companied their daughter, ac-\\ bridge party given by ,Mrs: Niel- Mrs. H. A. Bestor entertained j. M. COUSE Johnson's Fish CampNear

-L Louise, to Miami Friday sen Tuesday afternoon. Wednesday afternoon ,with a bridge .
Mary Louise .took part in the spelling Mrs.: I. O. Bishop, of Fort Pierce, party at her home honoring her Counselor and Attorney at Law ( Hurricane Gate) '

I contest. ,won first prize, a luncheon set; mother, Mrs. Judson W. Francis, (Hopkins Building, Clewiston Fla

'j a' Mrs. F. E. Conkling, second prize, Sr., who will leave the first of the Wednesdays and Saturdays Boats and Motors-Guide Service

. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Alston and a vanity set, and Mrs. 'B. A. Bourne, week for her home in St. Paul, Rates Reasonable
I family have moved in the house costume jewelry. Mrs. Cox Minn., after spending' the winter I 9:30 to 4:00 ,,. H. Johnson, Mgr _

'i 'recently moved to Clewiston and 110'1' presented with a guest remem- months here., i

I, r renovated, by Mr. and Mrs. E.J J I brance. Prizes were awarded to Mrs. i

.j M. Cornette. Mr. and Mrs. James I Mrs. Nielsen served a'salad W. C. Owen for high score, Mrs. i

: Leonard are residing in the house course at the refreshment_ hour. J. W. Ezelle, second high score;

) vacated' by the Alstons. Guests included Mrs. Cox, Mrs. I. Mrs. Oliver Thompson, consolation '

l. O. Bishop, Fort Pierce, Mrs. Law- and Mrs. O. A. Jones for the lucky Announcement "
'i Mrs. Eddie Curry left Sunday rence Will, Mrs. James A. Ball, Jr., cut. Mrs. Francis was given a

i a j for her home in Gainesville' after Mrs. J. I. Freedlund, Mrs. W. B. memento of the oc asion. :

visiting for a few weeks with her Granger of Belle Glade,' Mrs. C. W. A salad course with date cake

-1 1 sisters, Mrs. C. J. Lovvorn and Mrs. Fuller, Mrs. C. E. Miner, Mrs. R. and coffee was served to Mrs. F.

i ,B. B. Wilson. Miss Virginia H. Knight, Mrs. F. E. Conkling, Deane Duff, Mrs., Thompson, Mrs.

MI HK Lawhon accompanied her and will Mrs. W. L. Lott, Mrs. Otto Larsen, W. C. Prewitt, ,Mrs.. Ezelle, Mrs.
,1 ". visit her for a few days before Dr. F. D. Gudbaur, Optometrist, whose main officeis
; going Mrs, Carl Johnson, Mrs. R. N. Jones, Mrs. Owen, Mrs. N. V. S.
1 on to her home in Baker for Smith, Mrs. B. A. Bourne and Mrs. Mumford, Mrs. M. M. Prewitt. Mrs. : > in Fort Myers: announces the opening of a completely

:'I a two weeks' vacation. W. E. Dilley. Harry T. Vaughn, Mrs. W. P. 'equipped Optometric office in the Hopkins Building.

J.. ::, Vaughn, Sr., Mrs. E. C. Mills, Mrs.; \

:,. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Clayton of MR. AND MRS. SCHOEN HONOR C. E. Berner, Mrs.. M. E. Von Mach, Dr. Gudbaur will spend Thursday and 'Thursday even ,

.: Live Oak were guests of their GUESTS AT SNACK SUPPER Mrs. A. O. Ward; Mrs. G. B. Rack- ing of each week, in Clewiston. During the month of Mayno ".

:;j' niece, Mrs. Carl Johnson, and straw, Mrs. F. M. Rodriguez, Mrs.R. appointments will be necessary between the hours of '
: family. They were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Prewitt en- .: Y. Patterson Mrs., G. H. Small,
9:30 A. M.'and 7:30 P. M. ,
their daughter, Mrs. B. F. Shaw, tertained a group of friends with a Mrs. F. E. Conkling, Mrs. C. L.

of Tallahassee. The party had snack supper Tuesday evening, complimenting Downs, Miss Catherine Moran, Mrs. '.
been in St. 'Petersburg for the their house guests, Mr. 1S. L. Crochet, Mrs. J. F. Morrison Practice, limited to the Examination of the eyes and ; "

meeting 'of the Grand Lodge of the I land Mrs. Edward Schoen of St. Mrs. W. H. Lanier, 'Mrs. Edward the fitting and ,repair of glasses. : ,

'1 Masonic Order. i Louis. (Ii Schoen and Mrs. Francis; ,I I

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When he suddenly holstered one ---"'''''''''' ---- -
of his revolvers and jerked out his IMPROVED, T
sheath knife I thought, for a dread- UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL Gems of Thought

ful second or two, that the old fire-

Lampizt4ile J.! eater was so far forgetting himselfas THE value of a sentiment is
to disembowel a helpless enemy. Lesson amount of sacrifice you
But I could see, when it was all over, are prepared to make for it.-
BY that the flashing knife blade had By Dean AROLD'L.of The Moody. LUNDQUIST.Bible Instituteof D. D. Galsworthy.That .
merely severed Ericson's belt and
THE STORY SO FAR slashed loose his trouser legs, leav- (Released by Western Newspaper Union.) Who man much may last, but ncier live,
receives but
Sidney Lander, mining engineer, is enValley project. Sock-Eye Schlupp. an old ing him standing there bare-kneed gives

aged to Barbara Trumbull but apparently sourdough, calls In Chakitana on Carol to to fight tell her for herfather's she below his ridiculous cotton shorts. Lesson for May 25 Whom none; can lore, whom none.
has fallen in love with Carol Coburn, Mata ought to be He himself is moving on Then with incredible dexterity the can thank, '
nuska school teacher. Salarla Bryson one old desert-rat the twisted leg Creation's blot, creation's blank.
from the new Matanuska; it has be swung Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected -
of her pupils a big out-door girl is also in away
by International
cloth around the younger man's star- agfdR copyrighted THOMAS GIBBONS.
love with him. Carol's father died In Alascome too "civilized. Council Education; used by
ka with an unproven claim which Trumbull The old. "bush rat:' has nothing but conks tled body, knotting him there a prisoner permission. The chief recommendation ina
for the new project. Carol asks what : against the post. His movements '
contesting. Lander quits his employ, betempt young man 'is modesty, then
comes field manager for the Matanuska he plans.INSTALLMENT were more leisurely as he"tieda BROADENING CHRISTIAN dutiful conduct toward parents,
XV third strip about Ericson's 'thin HORIZONS: PETER'S VISION then affection for kindred.-

neck.I Cicero.
"I can break trail for the back were told to grub out spruce rootsor had no clear suspicion of SockEye's LESSON TEXT-Acts 11518.
without And when GOLDEN TEXT-Then Peter opened his To feel another's joy as one's
hills where a he-man's still gotbreathin'room go crop. intentions until I saw him mouth and said Of a truth I perceive'thatGod
," was his solemn- your children fell sick they were stroll down the steps and pick up an is no respecter of persons..Acts 10:34. own, that is love.Swedenborg.Easy .
noted reply. "I can mush on to a val- taken away from the homes where empty salmon tin lying in the road

ley that ain't overrun with weak- they belonged and carried off to a dust. There, he eyed it with solemn "The best argument for Christianity ,
lin's and womenfolks." jerry-built pesthouse and kept prisoners approval. is a Christian" (Henry Drum- to Reduce Weight

"Thanks," I said. there while a couple of over- His steps were distressingly unsteady mond). Peter presented just suchan
"I ain't got nothin' against you, fed she-nurses sat around smoking as he returned to the porch argument when, early in the his.,, When You Limit Calories

girlie," he said. "I've been strongfor cigarettes and playing checkers withan and placed the tin on Ericson's tory of Christianity, there arose a
you from the first crack out o' imported sawbones who lined up head. A laugh went up from the difference of opinion regarding his

the box. I savvied, from that snowy your little ones and vaccinated them crowd when Ericson shook the can ministry to a Gentile and his family. .
day I spotted you on the trail, you ,whether they needed it" or not. And from its resting place. The stumbling stone of offense be- 41ti1R.C M1 ;

was good leather. And later on I now it's about time- Sock-Eye solemnly replaced it. came a stepping stone to higher Iv

savvied you was mixed up with a That was,as much as I heard. Fora "Do that again," he croaked, "and things, leading to the place of broader

bunch o' snakes here. That's whyI wave of resentment went throughmy I'll sure fan the bump o' venerationoff'n horizons. Peter, instead of appealing I )< t
kind o' hate t' mush on and leave body and rang a little bell some- your skull." to his apostolic authority or ''i

you sittin' out on a limb." where at the back of my brain. I He backed slowly away, the full asserting his position, simply relat- t

"I've always managed to take found myself clambering up on the length of the porch. ed what God had done. He presented 3
care of myself," I assured him. porch beside the momentarily silenced "That gun-fanning old fool's go- the bestproof that God had actu- f4 s 1. dJI1t

"That's what you think," said Ericson. ing to pull the William Tell trick," ally been at work; namely, a redeemed -
Sock-Eye. "But it's time some plain- "Wait a minute," I heard my own cried someone 'at the edge of the soul.

spoken hombre put a bee or two in voice shouting above the jeers and crowd. 1. A Vision of God's Plan (vv. ? d Ity

your bonnet. For I savvy a heap the; derisive laughter my over-abrupt "Better get an apple," cried an- 5-10). l la JO 3y
more'n you imagine, girlie. You eruption gave birth to. "I want to other guttural voice., All men are equally precious in

think Big John Trumbull'll give you, tell you the truth about this trouble- But I couldn't see any excuse for God's sight. God taught Peter very
a square deal on your claim trial. maker and what he's doing to this mirth in the situation. I could feel effectively that, whether Gentile or

But he won't. He ain't built that colony. For if you're fools enoughto my heart come up in my mouth as Jew, the Lord is "not willing that CREAMED MUSHROOMS
And there's a glib-talkin' tarantula let him poison minds with should all @ CHIPPED E lSTE'iEDI)
way. your I saw Sock-Eye's long arm swing any perish, but that should LAO CALS- ,
right over in that transient- his cheap lies and his halfbakedRed about in an airy half-circle, with come to repentance" (II Pet. 3:9): 4 CATS.

camp who's figgerin' on bustin' you ideas you don't deserve the"You've the heavy six-gun in the tremulousold When God* speaks we do well to @) MERINGUE lEMON 'g" LEMON JELLY
up in this colony, when the chance hand. give heed to His message, even 300 PIE GALS ISO CALS.

comes around. And he's got Trum- The, shot rang out before I could though it cuts across our ideas and

bull behind"him." reach the porch. And at the same prejudices, as it often does. lt is You Lose Two Pounds a Week.
"Is that Eric the Red? I demanded time the empty salmon tin went not,our plan that is important; it is

my thoughts suddenly backto spinning through the evening air. God's plan and purpose. As we A TRUE slimming story! And

more imminent things. Sock-Eye, ignoring the shouts' of walk in that, way we shall haveII. a really happy 'ending, too,
"That's the bird," acknowledged when, stout diets cal-
a woman
the crowd after it. An
went solemnly Experience of God's Powervv.
Sock-Eye as a leathery'old His intention, apparently, was to''repeat ( 11-15). ory'way..
stroked his six-gun holster. "Andin By limiting food calories to
that foolish and The
perilous per- Holy Spirit had fallen on the
the good old days when us sour- around 1,200 a day she not only
formance. But it was cut short Gentiles and they actually had been ,
doughs cleaned up a camp as she : loses-as much 24 in
when a military-looking car swungin saved. Is it not singular that in the as pounds
ought to be cleaned up that three months-but feels
from the and Colonel radiantly
highway early church they could hardly be-
have swung from a tam-
jammer'd Hart of the seat beside younger. ,And the lovely part is
out flung out lieve that a Gentile.could be saved?
arack bough afore he'd passed
that while eat
reducing you as
I his driver. Now we are astonished if a Jew is
his second pizen-talk. ,
mess o
"Arrest that he called to saved! will inour unbelief much as ever!
don't like what he's sayin' about man, Why we .'
you and Sid Lander. I don't like y the Anchorage marshal who stoodon limit the Holy One of Israel? C C
the running board. The all-powerful gospel of the Have a graceful, girlish new figure-
anything he says. soon! Our 32.page booklet gives 42 tasty
"What's he, got against Lander?. a : k 1 But with an altogether unexpected grace of God is still saving men and low-calory_menus, a newly enlarged calory
I asked. nimbleness Sock-Eye rounded the women, Jews and Gentiles, from chart. Also tells how to gain.. For a copy,
"One item worth mentionin'," Ii l Commissary, dodged out past the their sins. Have you seen it happen send your order to:

Sock-Eye said with his not unkindly A stock shed, and disappeared in the ? It is'.a great inspiration to

smile, "is the fact that Lander's spruce scrub, at the,same time that faith and service. God' is ready so READER-HOME SERVICE
ridin' range' for ,you.." Katie and her Black Maria roared to encourage us-He is the same to- 635 Sixth Ave. New York City

"Why should 'he ride range, as I'Mi' \"WJ I" closer along the highway_i that: skirt- day as He was when He sent Peterto Enclose 10 cents in 'coin for your
you put it, for me?" ed the railway siding. On the seat Cornelius. Are we willing to run copy of THE NEW WAY TO A
"Why, that long-legged giloot's so a chance to conquer" beside her was'Salaria, armed witha His errands, proclaim His message? YOUTHFUL FIGURE.

crazy about you, girlie, he can't see this last(frontier. rifle, and plainly a self-appointed To do so we need

straight." chance this Project is giving you. vigilante. III. An Appreciation of God's
I could feel the color come up You've a chance to be nationbuilders. "Who's hurt?" I heard Colonel Word- (v. 16).

into my face.SockEye's You've a chance to be. heroes. Hart call out as the ambulance shud- The best way 'to learn the mean- For

gaze wavered away You've a'chance to conquer this last dered to a stop. ing of God's Word is to use it, live it, Ns c..
and regarded the design I'd em- frontier and make happy homes "Two transients caught setting. a obey it. "If any man will do his y

broidered on a gunny sack ,for a here and-" fire," answered Katie. "They will, he shall know of the doctrine, i

floor mat. But the envious rabble-rouser at showed fight and had to be sub- whether it be of God" (John 7:17)). ( ( WRIg

"I ain't nosin' into that,tie-up with my side had no intention, obviously, dued." Peter had learned anew that God's
the Trumbull dame. That's some- "And it Sid Lander done thesubduin' '
of surrendering the stage to an was Word meant just what it said. We
thing 'twixt him and his Creator. outsider. There was a shout of ," proudly announced the who are God's servants should be-

But there's that girl o' ,Sam Bry- laughter as I was unceremoniously self-appointed vigilante at her side lieve His Word and act on it in faith. '

son's., S'lary ain't what you'd. meb- bumped, off the porch end. Observe that Cornelius had gath-

be call civilized." "Don't listen to this kid-tamer," CHAPTER XIX ered a group in his household to hear

"She has her good points. I could hear Ericson shouting as I the Word of God (Acts 10:27, 33). v I
"Mebbe she has. But when a gathered myself "She'can't When Barbara Trumbull and her Could we not do the same? "Can-
maverick in petticoats like that gitsan up. father in by plane. Constipation//
pull that kindergarten stuff with men came they came not each calculate with exactness due to
idee in her head when she's set What that return of
Like us who know our own minds. prompted 'was, some time and place where the gos- Dr. Hitchcock's All-Vegetable
on somethin' she ain't no special And know, as well, that she's the course, unknown to me. pel is to be preached, and is it not Laxative Powder an intestinal
right to, she's a-goin' after it like a private pastry of that imported col- But I was more worried, at the possible to bring thither' one's rela- tonic-laxative-actually tones lazy
wildcat after' a rabbit." lege-dude engineer who's trying-" time, by Sock-Eye's abrupt disap- tives and friends? Secondly, when bowel muscles. It helps relieve '
I began to discern the threateningbush The bullheaded old that sluggish feeling. 15 doses for
pearance. gun- present in a place worship, can-
And that still again far
as only 10 cents. Large family size 25
about which my old friend was as Eric the Red got.' fanner had possessed himself of two not each be prepared to say, 'We are cents. At all druggists.
so artfully beating. His pack mules, which 'he hid in the all here present'-all, family and
cut short
"Lander seems able to take care bullet that speech was the by a, hills beyond Knik Glacier and loaded friends, mind as well as body; 'in
of himself," I ventured. splintered porch post down with grub and equipment and
within ten inches of his head. Be- the sight of God'-not to be seen by .
"Mebbe he is," retorted Sock-Eye. three cases of dynamite. Rumor hadit others, not conscious so much of
fore he could from his
"And mebbe he ain't. But book recover aston- that had not only
S'lary Bryson
ishment at that interruption second others as of the presence of God; 'to
learnin' and shadow-boxin' with the a been his go-between during those
hear all things'-not to be amusedor
bullet cut the
Ten Commandments ain't goin' t' through crown preparations but had been his com- been True Mirror
to sleep; 'that have com-
his hat and burie'd itself in the wood-
help you much when you're competin' work behind him.I panion and trail mate on his first manded thee of the Lord'-not to Her husband's eye is the truest
against she-wolf." day's travel out through the hills. listen to human conjecture or the ex-. mirror an honest wife can see her
"I haven't," I ventured, "seen glanced back, at that second And after that the silence had swallowed ploiting of doubts, but to receive a beauty in.-John Tobin.
shot, and caught sight of Sock-Eye
signs of any conflict. him
up. positive message which is delivered
"You wouldn't," acceded Sock- slanding just beyond the outer fringeof When I went to the Bryson shack, in a reverent spirit and with the

Eye. "But as I told you once afore, the crowd. to glean a little more light on the prophetic formula: 'Thus saith the FEET CAN BEAT HEAT y
' gold's where 'you find it. And so is "Grab that old fool, someone I found Sam alone there
cried. "He's drunk." matter, Lord.' What would happen were all Give feet wings of coolness. Sprinkle
a hombre's consolation for, livin' alone and singularly acidspirited.But Christian churches filled with such Mexican Heat Powder in shoes. Relieves
alone. But it's mebbe worth re- "Drunk, am I?" he croaked as he when I questioned if Sock-Eye audiences?" (Charles R. Erdman). tiredness. Little cost. Lots of comfort. "
memberin' that both the advanced slowly toward the porch
man and wasn't too old and erraticmindedfor This brings us to what is most important -
the metal is usually corraled by the end, the clustered bodies making lone-fire: prospecting like that of all in broadening our Error's Realm
forager who's first t' hightail it in t' way for him as he so threateninglymoved he refused to share in my fears. spiritual horizons.IV. Obscurity is the realm of error.
where the strike is." forward. "Mebbe I am; but "That ol' sourdough knows his .
I sat, deep in thought, after he I'm still sober enough t' scotch a hills. And he knows how t' mush An Understanding of God'sLove

I had gone. I picked up two letters two-legged snake.. through 'em, winter or summer." (vv. 17, 18).

which had to go to the post office lat The only person who didn't fall "Where's Salaria?" I asked as J God's love is for all people. Since KILL ALL FLIES

Palmer and at the same time gave back was Ericson. I don't know made a show of producing the teXt- He has not raised any barriers of: '? Daisy Ply

me a ponderable excuse for invading whether it was courage, or whetherit books that motivated my visit. race, creed, color, class, or social Placed KlUcr attracts anywhere.and kills Sias.it .
4 that forbidden territory.As was hopelessness. "Bear shootin'," was Sam's trucu- position, it is not for His followers, _,;', convenient Guaranteed-, eflectivo.Cannot ppW'c l}eat.o' -*
the took and assuredly not for His servants, Wlllnot soil orlaiureanyth1D .
I approached CommissaryI Sock-Eye three slow steps to- lent reply. Lasts all ceason. 2Uo At all
realized that crowd ward him. to 'set hindering restrictions dealers Harold Somors. Inc.
was doing "I'm sorry, I said, "that she'smissing up hone Sal Ave.B JOyn.N.Y.
more than loiter. A few of the men "Now dance high, tenderfoot," he a lesson.' which He does not countenance. It

j had pitchforks in their hands; a few suddenly barked out. And with equal That seemed to give Sam the open- God intended to save Gentiles, Peter DAISY ELY KTIiLERTEACHING io.

had pick handles and axes. Still abruptness ,the two poised pistols repeated -, ing hEf wanted."It wanted to be an instrument in His
others, I noticed, carried heavy that bark, splintering 'the ain't wringin' no tears out o' hand, not a hindrance in His way. .
clubs of spruce wood. And a broken porch floor at Ericson's feet. me," he protested. And there was One of the needs of our day is that .

cheer went up from them as Eric Ericson didn't exactly dance. His no mistaking the tremor of indignation those doing God's work should not : A CHILD :

the Red pushed through their ranks foot-movement, as a third bullet in his voice. "What's more," withstand Him and His love. He VALUE OF PENNIES
and mounted the porch end. nipped the toe of his foot, must have he continued, "instead o' all this who is the same yesterday, today,
"Are we cattle," he demanded, been largely an involuntary one. But book-readin',doin' my S'lary a bit o' and forever, is ready to work as j child of a wise mother will be jS

"or are we freeborn Americans? In-. his repeated movement, as another good, it's fillin' her up with enough powerfully today as He did in the come taught a from regular early reader childhood of the advertisements.Inthatwaybetterperhaps to be- ..
stead of coming to a colony of homes bullet cut into the sole-edge of his loco idees t' founder a pack horse. days of Peter and Paul, or of Finneyand .
you were brought like driven sheepto other boot, might have been inter-, And I ain't thankin' you or anyone Moody. Let us give Him libertyto than in any other can the child be .
a hobo city of lousy tents. You preted as a none too happy dance else for pizenin' her mind and mak- work in and through us, not as we .. taughtthegreatvalueofpenniesandthe permanent benefit which comes .

were fed on tainted beef and big step. And that was repeated until in' her about as easy.t' live with alan may wish, but as He desires. Who from making every penny count. ,
promises. Your women and children -, he stood with his back against the underfed she i1zzIY." we that we should withstandGod .
waded through mud and you porch post. TO L' CONTINUED) ?



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i D I Peter B. Peeve .1 D Runner-up .t.i; .J

TME CREEOADIO "So Bill is. engaged. Is: Vera ", '
the bride-to-be?" .
"No Vera the trie "
was -tobe.
(Released by Western Newspaper Union) i

: <$p' MARCH OF TIME camera Newspaper Personal"Anyonefound

went on a long and near my chicken house at

perilous voyage to film some of night will" be found there next

the material used in "Crisis in morning.

the Atlantic"-they went from
Spread Thin .
Canada to England aboard a '
> / // have you know my father was a
". tanker'in convoy. The film also very deter man. His intelligence was
includes the first pictures to arrive inherited by us children." -
"Il'm Well in that case /
\ can only
here from
since conclude mut have been
you a large
that strategic island has becomeso ,family"

I \ Iuu.i important. "/

"Crisis in the Atlantic" vividly THAT'S IT

portrays the many aspects of the

struggle to keep the sea lanes openso
that war materials and food 'can

be sent to Britain, and depicts as
well the joint U. S.-Canadian defense

efforts involving bases from the Arc-
tic to the South Atlantic. It's a film

scoop; don't miss it!


Brian Donlevy has been spendinga

lot of time learning to do something -

that will be Teacher-Willie,. what is chaos?
quite useless in private Willie-Something we're always

.: :. life. In "The bringing order out of.
Great Man's Lady,"

a Paramount pro- Little Change
: ? duction, he plays "Love-making is the same today
: 4 YY the part of a pro- as it was in ancient times."
:4 I \ :
.i / fessional gambler, "What ,makes you say that?"
I a master hand at "I've just been reading about a

cheating.. And what Greek maiden who sat and listened -
1 ( Vz7'I makes it all the to a lyre all night!"
;(, \ more painful is the

I' : 1 fact that DonevyBrian No Dance
{ vd has an abhorrenceof
Donlevy After two miles of route-marching, the
1' NG U all card'games, recruit retired to the side of the road.

'.."".>. w r w even the"game of Authors. "What's the idea?" asked his sergeant
pleasantly. "Sitting this one out?"

,f fr Bette Davis is at it again, play- Far
ing one of the most unpleasant wom-.
She watched him gazing downat
en ever seen on the screen. It's for
their first-born. Wonder ad-
"The Little Foxes," RKO's screen
version of the tremendously suc- miration, rapture, incredulity
r chased across his face. She stole
cessful play. It was RKO,
you may
; and said, tenderly "Tell
up : me
,5 recall, that set Miss Davis squarelyon
o U'R yE'lZ your 'thoughts, dearest." .
J CA ic q SE1 .? her feet, dramatically, by castingher
1AW "Darned if I
C+ can see how
KLET5, any-
as the heroine of "Of HumanBondage"
one can make a cot like that for
! TWO Fo1L -a role few actresses
ME "
8M oUGETo{ 44AVE AIJ 14{!; foN would have had the courage to take. seven dollars.

TW0Fcz +o\w ECTT p UT SOUR She took it, and made movie history

I \L ,

[ Anna Neagle does an entire dance may affect the Heart
number while submerged in a glass CM trapped In the atomach or gullet mar act like a
;: tiilr-lrUcer on the heart. At the first alga of dlstreaa
r T dI tank. filled with Water mart men and women depend on Bell-aiu Tablet to
m ";.;,. "1 let fit tree. No luatUa but made of tie futeataetlnc -
I : in her new picture f\,::\;{ \ medicines known for acid Indigestion. If the
I: '' 1 :FIRST DOSE doesn't prov Bell-ana better return
rIi "Sunny. Back :'<"'::6' ",>" : bottle to ua and re celr* DOUBLE Miner Back. =c.
T aTd in England she won r'\t t.

medals for swimming r ':kil: :
: Good Are Few
and diving, so J7 .::r
she got into a f J
E scanty sequin costume is: :" ,f scarcely as many as the gatesof
.. the Thebes or'the mouths of the
and combined .
$: .
;,. : .
her talents as a.swimmer :(A;...... .' '' Nile.-JuvenaI.
'bA: ? IY <> "
R and a :': .,..
"' .
dancer. The story's r';. ./. <, ,:
r4 ONLY ING.l (;: : 1zk laid in New Orleans 1st

:' KIN SE.EToDo i h during the Mardi Anna Neagle CHOICE liIiiIa
Gras, and Ray Bol- OFMLUONS I
.,, ,. P FiN-D OUT flow To A LtN G Oroet ger and John Carroll head the sup-

:<:'. MAKE1 kM ADD u-p \y Y porting cast. The under-water danceis
": ,:1..;' a stunt new to pictures-new, as Use of Possessions

,:;"'."-.' 0 well, to Miss Neagle, we might add. What one has, one ought to use;
-7 and whatever he does he shoulddo
with all his
P 2 At the age.of 97 Bob Hope's grandfather -
is helping to extinguish incen-

diary fires in the English village
By where he lives. "My health at pres-

ent is much better than my-disposition -
.J C. M.Payne I ," he wrote his grandson. "I

don't mind staying up at night to
WNU Spray with "Black Leaf 40." One ounce
v Bell Sjrnaicata.-WNTJ ServiceGOOD but I hate to haveto
see your pictures, makes six gallons of effective aphis spray.Use
miss my sleep just to put out "Black Leaf 40" on aphis, leafhoppers -
r some fires." leaf miners, young sucking bugs,
lace bugs, mealy bugs and most thrips,
Meanwhile Bob is slated to do an- wherever found on flowers, trees or
I'VE CALLED TO SEE PHOEBE/ other of those hilarious comedies shrubs, or garden crops. sat
'. I with Paulette Goddard; it's called Tobacco By-Products&
p 'c2) SHE'S "The Murder Farm," and sounds as Chemical Incorporated Corporation u

BEEN if it might even top "The Cat and LouJavtltc,Kentucky /' s

EXPECTING the Canary" and "The Ghost Breakers TOOK FOfc THE UAFVV "
YOLK, ," their previous collaborations. ON THE PACKAGEDWNU

0 .
ti Agnes Moorehead, who plays the 7 21-41
mother in 'Orson Welles' remarkable -
"Citizen Kane," first encoun-
Peace With Reason
tered Welles when he five and
e Peace rules the day, where rea-
she was not much older. He strolled
rules the mind.-Collins.
P lull into, a hotel lobby with his father,
describing a concert which he had
just heard, and doing it so dramati- -

cally that she"never forgot him. She 'W, t h'YoJf, : .
makes her film debut in "Citizen I .- __ I,

Kane," and gives a beautiful, sin- .- ._ _K o _. <'d' ne.Vs_ .... ,:.! .;
cere performance. In fact, the whole Help Them,Cleanse the Blood
cast does that-you forget that the of Harmful Body Waste

/ people on the screen are acting. be- Your kidneys are constantly filtering
} HOW DOud cause they seem so real. waste matter from the blood stream.But
SHES kidneys sometimes lag in their workdonot
YOUKNOW. ? Pay -... -- act as Nature intended-fail to remove -
fr GONE; impurities that, if retained, may
I OUT. Barbara Stanwyck and Robert poison the system and upset the whole
body machinery.
\,. Taylor didn't tell even their best Symptoms may bo nagging backache,
persistent headache,attacks of dizziness,
that off
friends they were going on
getting up nights swelling puffiness
1 that West Indies cruisewaited; until under the eyes-a'feeling of nervous
before the boat sailed to anxiety and loss of pep and strength.
just Other signs of kidney or bladder dis-
':, '. ,7\b send telegrams announcing their order are sometimes burning, scanty or
/ \
By plans. It's their first vacation together too frequent urination.
There should be no doubt that prompt
' ', I J. Millar Watt ,in 18 months, and their sec- treatment Is wiser than neglect. USIIDoan'
Pill Doan'i have been winning:
ond trip together since they were
new friends for more than forty years.
\ married 'three, years ago. They They have a nation-wide reputation.Are .

lflIllll e 1r11U1 % % i sailed as Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Brugh, country recommended over. Ak by your grateful ntighborlOUR pcoplo the
hoping to avoidadvance plans for
ovations at their various ports of

WNU by The Bell 8yndlei, IDC) I call. .


..y 4,



Kiwanis PIao7 meet administration objections, an only 20 cents per acre as compared tion. well., In ,hand.: '. stitute maintained by the .U. S.

amendment has been suggested to' to 75 cents last year. R, T. The enlistment period in the Marines. The Marines Corps Institute -
foreign countries, other than
Lingle, district superintendent, rec- Marine Corps was previously for offers the Marines of today -
Cuba, priority right to the first
(Continued from page 1)) Philippine deficiency ommended the slash because the four years. Recent changes have. an opportunity to enroll in
tons -
75,000 of
eludes a Georgia barbecue, a with domestic any producers steady rainfall made .it unnecessaryto 'made it possible for young men to any of the 170 free courses taught.
GWTW tour and the President's enlist in this famous branch pf the Included In these courses are all

Reception and Ball, will be a sharing the remainde'r.I' use pumps for irrigation as I service as they prefer, either, for grade and high school subjects.

brilliant historical pageant entitled often as last year. the "Duration of the Emergency," Requirements for enlistment are!:

"The Cavalcade of Dixie," depict- Farmers; Get RefundOn or If a career Is desired, for the White,' single, 17 to 30 years of

ing life In the South for a period Marines Makes ChangesIn I regular four year period. Also, the age, 64 to 74 Inches in height, and

spanning some 500 years. Among Drainage Tax age. requirements have been lowered with an eighth grade education or-

the events of special interest to one year, and now are 17 to better -

ladies Reception, and Tea Enlistment PeriodThe 30 years of age.
the are a I The U. S. Marine Corps now hasa

'at historic Piedmont Driving 'Club West Palm Beach, May 21 These changes nave given young ,temporary office located in room

and a luncheon at East Lake County (FNS-Farmers' in the Lake Worth present National Emergency men an opportunity to serve with 207, Post Office Building, West

: Club. Activities with an'appeal Drainage District received a pleas- has created many situations and I the "Leathernecks" during this Palm Beach, Fla., and is now accepting -

to children have been planned for ant surprise this week when the emergency, and at the same time young men for enlistment.

.the Junior guests., district supervisors gave them a the U. S.,.. Marines have made the I benefit from the 17 vocational This office will remain open until

The full 'hotel and restaurant (Irefund on taxes because of the following changes to 'keep the situa- schools, and the Marine Corps In May 30th.

facilities of ,the city will be usedto rain which fell In the district since I I

care for' the'vast; throng of visI-
last October. CLERK'S
,shopping arrangements have been They will get a refund of 55 IN AND''' FOR HENDRY COUNTY CIRCUIT, IN CHANCERY OK TilE STATE OF FLORIDA,

made for their convenience. cents out of every 75 cents tax CITY. OF, DELINQUENT CLEWISTON, Defendant a municipal' corporation, Complainant, 'vs. CERTAIN LANDS UPON WHICH TAXES ARE

The Atlanta Convention, with its which amounts to a reduction in } You are hereby notified that the City of Clewis ton, a munlelpal .
the above named court to foreclose delinquent Tax Certificates and Unpaid has tned its bill of complaint interest
theme of "Vitalize Democracy for the current to Taxes for
the year
and penalties, upon the parcels of land set forth, In the following SUbsequent Years with in-
through Service," Is expected to ban being in the City of Clewiston, Hendry'' County Florida, the aggregate amount schedule of all oL said parcels lying and
to paid Taxes for Subsequent Years against said! respective parcels of land, ..uTax Certificates and Un-
aid in helping as set

create invaluable a more unified spirit among .:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:.-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. The being General set opposite Plan of such CIcwl parcels iton,In Florida the following, ns revised schedule Sent,ember to-wit:7, imr, in said bm of complaint,

people from all sections of the : :: Z, pages 71 to, 78, inclusive Public Records of II endry, County, FlorIda.according tO pInt recorded In Pint Book

country. Throughout the South- :: DESCRIPTION OF LANDS: AMOUNT
east, Kiwanis Clubs are preparingto "", 's' Tax Year FOR SUBSEQUENT. YEARS
's' Tax: Year ,
receive the visitors on post- ::
:;: MEN ARE NOT NATURALLY ; Lot Block 1932 1033 1034 1935 1936 1931
convention touris to their city and 30 23 $ $ 1033 m39 1940
:: .' $ 6.25 $ 6.25
adjacent vacation lands. :;: BETTER MECHANICS THAN _;. 31 23 (Bal) 4.94 6.25' $ 6.60 6.60 7.00 7.00 6.65 6.65 ___ 39.40
32 23 665
y 38.09!I
I'.' WOMEN: '.' 26 6.30 3.80 3.80' 4.55 6.25 4.55 6.25 6.60 4.80 ,7.00 6.65 6:65: :== 39:4G23 :: ) -
:i: Minnesota :: 24 26 6.30 3.80 3.80 4.55 4.55 4.80 5.00 475 475 --- 42,30
Both Houses According to the 25 26 6.30.. 3.80 3.80 4.55 6.00 4'75 4'75 430:
4.55 4.80 "--'-,
x; Mechanical Ability Tests published .'s' 26 26 6.30 3.80 3.89 4.55 4.55 4.80 5.00 4'75 4'75 --'- 42"0
27 5.00 i75 4'75 _, .
26 6.30 3.80 .
.. of Minnesota .! 3.80 4.55 4.55 4.80 .12.o-
by the Univ. .1 28 26. 6.30 3.80 r 3.80 5.00 4'75 4'75 42'30
4.55 -"-
4.80 5:00:
(Continued' from Page 1) ':: Press in 1930, there :x i: 29 26 6.30 3.80 3.80 4.55 4.55 4.80 5.00 4.75 4'75 4'75 '-- 430-:
4'75 :
30 26 6.30 3.80 _.
3.80 42V'
4.55 --
the entire amount of the unused 3"- are "no sex differences in .i' 4 139 5.58 3.38 3.38 404; 4.04 4.55 4.80 4.26 5.00 4'75 4'75 ._-..,. 42"
domestic ::: mechanical ,aptitude." :s: 9 141 3.10 3.10 3.70 3.70 3.90 4:00 4.40: 3'80 4'18 4'18 -- 37'44
Philippine quota to pro- 12 171 '7.02 4.22 4.22 5.06 5.06 '3'80 29'1()

ducers. However, in an effort to 1,N:N 1 H,N,N:N:NIN:..:N:N:N1N1N 11 :H 1 N 1 N: :..:N:N,N 1.N N 1 N:,, 1 6 175 176' 3.02 3.02 5.34 3.18 3.20 5.60 5:70 3.80: 5:70 3.80: _=_:_: 47:92 20.02:

6 195 5.10 3.10 3.10 3.70 3.70 2.75 3.90 5.00 5.70 570 -- 1915
23 195 6.30 3.80 3.80 4.00 380 3'80 3420
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... .. 13 204 5.10 3.10 3.10 3.70 3.70 3.90 4.00 4.00 3'80 3'80 3'80 ---- 29.10
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3.36 3.36 13.54 -'--
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I 5 208 3.18 1.98. 1.98 2.34 \ 2.34 2.46 2.40 2.85 2:85: 2.85 2:85: ::::: 22.38 22:38:
6 208' 3.18 1.98 1.98 2.34 2.34 2.46
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22 208 3.18 ''1.98 2134 2.40 2.85 2,85 _.__ 15.60
24 208 4.142.54 2.54 3.02 '2.85 2.85 u.._.__ 15.6!
+ 25 208 4.14 2.54 2.54 3.02 3.02 3.02' 3.18 3.20 3.80 3.80 .....__ 29.24
26 208 4.14 2.54 2.54 3.02 3.18 3.20 3.80'i 3.80 __.._. 29.24
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I l, 3.02 3.18 3.20 3.42 __.__
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1.90 1.90....._.
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3.20 2.85 _... ..
1.14 _
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,- = 40 3.56 4.14 2.45 2.54 3.02 3.02 3.18 3.20 1.90 1.14 ._.__ 24.68
; : ,/ I ,, :: .u 356 4.14 2.54 2.54 3.02 3.02 3.18 3.20 3.20 1.90 1.90 1.14 1.14 _"_".__ 24.68 24.68
t' ." l' 2.68 2.82 2.80 2.66 __
's'.J 13.62
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: \ : .. .1". :,,' 14-15 378 17.30 18.30 20.00 22.80 ___
\,< ; .s, 19 378' 38.70 22.70 22.70 27.50 27.50 29.10 32.00 116.40
'i' ..s.y 26.60 28.50 _.. 255.30
\ I' 13 385 10.20 5.90 6.20 7.40 7.40 7.80 8.00
's' 4.75 4.75..._ 62.40
14 385 10.20
5.90 6.20
7.40 7.40 7.80 '
8.00 3.80 3.80 _.,.___ 60.50
15 ,
385 10.20 5.90 6.20 '
7.40 ,7.40
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16 10.20
385 5.90 6.20
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17 385' 10.20
5.90 6.20.
21.00 21.00 '
's' ?. 24.00 3.80 3.80 .__ 118.10

to the Public !j j's' 27 14-15-16 4 5 412 411 411 422 6.10 5.10 22.40 2.34 2.34 22.40 2.46 2.40 2.40.. 2.28 2.28 22.80 2.28 2.28_"__.._,__.._._. 101.50 11.76 11.76

i .... [ Open 28 27 422 423 5.10 4.14 '3.10 2.54 2.54 3.10- '3.70 3.0 3.02 3.70 3.18 3.90 3.20 4.00 3.20 1.71 1.71 1.71 1.14 1.14 1.14 ,_______._ 29.45 12.09 24.49

28 423 4.14 2.54 2.54 3.02 '
.:. 3.18 3.20 1.71 1.14 .._ 24.49
29 423 4.14 2.54 2.54 3.02
3.02 3.18 3.2Q 1.71 1.14 _.__ 24.49
y 35" 446 5.10 3.10 3.10 3.10 3.70 3.90 4.00 3.80 3.80 ___
y's' 36 446 6.30 3.80 3.80 ,,4.55 4.55 4.80 5.00 3.80 3.80_ 34.20
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I 10 495 1.98 2.34 2.34 2.46 2.40 2.28 2.28 _.
':s: : I 9 498 2.70 1.70 1.70 2.00 ..2.00 2.10 2.00 1.90 1.90 -_ 16.08 18.00
.} ,. ,s.'s' 10 498. 1.70 2.00 2.00 2.10 2.00 1.90 1.90.--- 13.60
I .:. 15 498 2.70 1.70 1.70, 2.00 2.00 2.10 2.00 1.90 1.90 __ 18.00 I
y's' 7 505 1.50 1.00 1.00 1.15 1.15 '1.20 1.00 ,95 .95 ;;..'_._' 9.90
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In addition to the amounts set opposite each parcel of land in the foregoing schedule, interest, and
's' alties, as provided by law on such delinquent Tax Certificates and Unpaid Taxes for Subsequent Years, pen-
y's' ,,_ .s. with a proportionate; part of the costs and expenses of th is suit, are sought to be enforced and foreclosed. together in this

::: -', < Moderate Green Fees :z.;: suit. You are hereby notified to appear and make your defenses to said bill of' complaint on or before the 2nd
Y' day of June, A. D. 1941, the same being a Rule Day, of this Court, and if you fail to do so on or before said date.
the bill will be taken as confessed by you and you will be barred from thereafter contesting said suit and said
::: Exceptional Fairways :: 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.
_: Interesting Greens IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed the official seal of said Court this
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.= the 30th day of April, A. D. 1941.


II.-....'...'.....................-.........................................:..................-..-.......................................................................... (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) \ Clerk of the Circuit By Court INEZ, Hendry MAGILL County, D., Florida.C.

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