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Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
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Creation Date: May 30, 1941
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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' : : VOLUME 15-NUMBER 25 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY 3O, 1941 SUBSCRIPTION-$2.00 PER YEAR- ,

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: LEGISLATOR FIGHTS, New Chief EngineerAt Civilian For "
: 125-150 IN CROWDs Registration

Sugar House

ATTENDING SCOUT FOR COMPROMISE Defense To Be Held For

<- Jay W. 'Moran, vice-president and<

BILL general manager of', ,the United
MEETING TUESDAY DISTRICTING
:., States Sugar Corporation, announced This On June 5

I this week the employment ot County

''- ; Between 125 and 150 Boy Scouts, A bill to create the new sixth (Albert Hill as chief engineer and

scout officials and parents attended congressional district of a cross- assistant" superintendent at the c,, -

the third monthly meeting, of the section of Florida around Lake I Sugar House. Mr. Hill will serve' Dutch Motif Used M. E. Von Mach Is In

: Glades-Hendry district here ont Okeechobee passed the House of directly under Harry T. Vaughn, i I

t f.. ;; :i: Tuesday night. A barbecue was Representatives 55 to 22 this week,, superintendent.Mr. At Junior Banquet I I Charge of Work
Hill is graduate of Geor-
a
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".' "', ; enjoyed by the group, followed by; and has been sent to the Senate. r, -

';:j '-: a Boy Scout movie and the Court The counties included in the new gia Tech and had his first experi- For Senior Class In HendryIn
manufacture at the !I
district provided in the bill, ence in sugar -
't :<, of Review at which a large num- as

_it i },;advancements.; are Sarasota, Charlotte, Lee, Har- sugar house here in 1932. His

:; dee, 'DeSoto, Highlands, Glades,, work was outstanding and he later For the traditional banquet hon- accordance with the proclamation -.

/ :,." ,, The affair had been well planned Hendry, Indian River, Okeechobee,, accepted a position with the Central oring the ,Senior Class, the Juniorsof of Governor Holland setting

f4 f( : and was carried out with 'no confusion I St. Lucie, Martin, Palm Beach and Aguirre Sugar Corporation in the Clewiston High School chosea
; ; Rico assistant superin- the week, of May 30 to June 7 as
Puerto as
Lj, the only slight hitch being Broward. I Dutch theme for their dinner

t >,:-.;J';" the late arrival of one group ofF This bill is a ,compromise of five :I tendent under James, P. Percy, who< party at the Clewiston Inn Friday the period of1 civilian registrationfor
worked for the Unit- national defense in Florida, R.
had formerly
". Scouts from Felda who had car different bills introduced by dif- evening. A Dutch windmill, four'
(' 'Corporation. After Y. Patterson, chairman of the
States
Sugar
,; trouble. The three barbecue pits ferent House members. Largely ed feet high, stood- in the center of
in Central Aguirre he ac- Hendry County Defense Council,
''. 1.;. recently constructed near the site instrumental in effecting this compromise two years the 'floor on the spacious terrace;
has set Thursday, June 5, as the
superintendent
position as
cepted a
of the old hospital on the ridge was Hendry County's rep- and around it were arranged
Chica Sugar date for the registration in this
for the Boca Corpora-
y were put into use at six o'clock resentative, Elbert L. Stewart, under places at a large U-shaped table.
and the entire group, including the whose resolution Speaker Mc- tion of Santa Domingo which position ; county
Easter lilies at
were, arranged
he held when he accepted M. E. Von Mach, chairmanof
,, cooked their
older visitors, had Carty appointed'a 'special committee -
the center of the table and fern
>' :. the labor and personnel com-
;: : with bread employment here
meat and had eaten it to study re-districting.
its
and
r,. : beans fruit juice Mr. Hill is a native of Fort Myers roses were strewn along mittee of the county coun-
coffee, pickles, The bill is receiving oppositionfrom entire length. The were
," and other things furnished, by the representatives of other sections and has many friends in South hand-made booklets programs the design cil has ,ordered the necessary reg-
cover
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him blanks the state of-
Florida who will give and his istration from
;> local troop. of the state. Rep. Inman'of
., ; ? windmill and the
: I on
was a
k wife a cordial welcome back to the fice and these ,will, be on hand and
; \l the dinner Bradford sought to kill it by "in-
; As soon as was con- States. pages were the program for the distributed to the various pointsin
:";} :> eluded Fred L. Treet, Scout Execu- definite postponement," contendingit evening's entertainment, the menu
the county which have been established -
:: ':( tive of the Sunniland Council 'ol 1 was a waste of time, when a in the, Dutch language, and spaces as registration places.

,' ;;;;..{,: Bradenton, showed a Boy Scout similar bill had been defeated in for autographs.

k1 :'j;:: ,' movie entitled "The: Scouting Trail the Senate. His colleagues over- BACCALAUREATE TO :Mr. Von Mach points out that
y' .: I Junior Waters, president of ,the while this registration is entirely
to Citizenship. ruled him, and voted favorably on
r; ':, Junior Class acted as toastmaster. voluntary and no effort whateverwill
. :i i' ', The Court of Review was then the measure. "
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There were three guests, in ad-
BE HELD AT SCHOOL be made to compel anyone to
j:z.. held with J. 1\!. Couse acting as The bill does not change any of dition to the two classes and the sign the blanks he is hoping that

r. > ;::" chairman with Fred L. Treet, W. the existing district numbers and high school faculty. These were .
citizen will be sufficiently
s\
, v4..,",';t=, C. Owen, A. W. Lawrence and Rev does not move any present con- NEXT SUNDAY NIGHT Father L. J. Flynn, pastor of St. interested every in preserving the safetyof

W .'::':',! B. C. Russell the other members gressman out of his district. J. Margaret's church and a close : freedom
our homes and our that
-:F-_ : ,of the board. Rev. Russell, scout H. Peterson, Lakeland, represents'the
: friend of the school, Dr. C. E. they will gladly volunteer for the

&3':1-: commissioner, of LaBelle, announced First District, R. A. Greene, -The baccalaureate sermon for Weaver, county superintendent of service. Such volunteers will not

! '1. ::- that this would be the last meeting Starke, the Second, Robert F. Sikes, public instruction and A. O. Ward,
the Senior Class of 1941 will be be called upon until emergency-
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J::: .- ..' he would be able to attend as he I, of Crestview, the Third, Pat Can- Clewiston member of the county arises but it is deemed most important ..

:::,.t:, is leaving soon to re-enter college. non of Miami the Fourth, and Joe preached Sunday evening at eight school board. that the organization b

t:;r:..:H; Second Class advancements went Hendricks of DeLand, the Fifth. o'clock in the high school auditor- '
: I'J Father Flynn offered the bless- perfected and ready for functioning -
tf.f : ; to Kenneth Farnam,' :;Howard Gor- Unless the legislature on
agrees
ium the Rev G. H. Moore
by pastor -
ing, and Paul Pullen, vicepresident before the emergency arises.In .
;? die, Roy Donald Lundy George a redistricting measure the new
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of the First Baptist Church of of the Juniors, gave the wel-
LaBelle and Denaud the
registration -
*: c"- Skinner, Jimmy Don ',Wilson, 'Richard congressman, to which Florida is
, t.P::;....' Brannan, Freddie 'Moore, Sion entitled because of a population increase Fort Pierce. Rev. Moore will be come from the hosts to. the honor place will be the county

)";/ Stalls, Jr., and Milton Adkins of ; will_ be' elected from the assisted, by Rev. H. C. Meador, pas- guests. The response was made court house. The school house will
,
'; ':}' 22 Moore Haven Frank in 1942.Clewiston by Dick Owen, president of the be used in Felda, the new city hall
Troop
,;2t ., ; state at large tor of ,the First Baptist Church of
..1, '( : (Continued on Page 8)New in Clewiston the Townsite village
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Conk-rinG a'Htf'- :Albeit'v SteI>hens"'of .1'f... < ""' ..1' "'
, Clewiston andby Rev.,. Ar hut
,Troop 23, ,Clewiston and J. S. auditorium and the,- Bare Beach
'Wiri.sOver Froelich of Palmetto visiting Game'ancl FishClup :..'an'd
school
Dees of Troop 20, Labelle. Felda, pas- colored Menr women,

:'. which has not yet been assigned a tor at the Community Church. black and white, are 'urged to register -

, troop number, had three second Pahokee By The baccalaureate is the first Asks For Same and the age limit of 15 to

'" class advancements, Stancil, Henry event of commencement week and 99 will be further expanded to take

:: ::, and Ralph Taylor. 10-7 On SundayThe graduation exercises will be held on, Law On Deer KillingThe I in any children of lesser age who

': -' Oliver Martinez of Clewiston was Monday night, June '9, in the auditorium I are members of the Boy Scouts,
x:- ) the Star Girl Scouts or have any special
! given rank of Scout and collapse of Marion Spooner I
:. merit badges were awarded to organization of the Hendry training.
: The following ,has been
Pahokee hurler, in the eighth i I program I. '
>. Bobby Broadfoot in forestry, Bruce I announced for the baccalaureateby County Game and Fish Club 'was In his momentous talk to the-
1 frame of Sunday's game here allowed completed at a well-attended meet-
,, Beardsley, pathfinding; Junior Mar- Principal R., W. Turk: nation on Tuesday night President,
tinez, handicraft and book-binding; the Clewiston batters to go on I Processional,' '"God of Our Fathers ing in the school auditorium Mon- Roosevelt called the attention of
,,
;. Joseph Dougherty of LaBelle was a hitting"rampage; score eight I Whose Almighty Hand" by day night presided over by H. J. the nation to the necessity for this

given four merit badges, in path- Oglesby who had been elected civilian defense organization andit
runs and wrest victory from what I Community Chorus.
:, finding, handicraft, reading and 1 chairman at a previous meeting. is felt that every patriot will
1, had appeared certain defeat. The i Opening Prayer-Rev. A. Froe-
".. swimming. Keathley Bowden was elected wish to do his part. Smaller

,::,' '.:... Because of the Scout Camp in final score was 10-7. I lich.Old Scripture"Read vice-chairman: and L. C. Rosenberg, counties are attempting to com"
i Testament -
June at Lake Plcaid there will be Pahokee took an early lead and secretary and treasurer. The set plete the registration in one day--

.. no district meeting next._month. at the fifth inning held that lead ng New, Psalm Testament 37; 1-13-Bill Scripture Davis.Reading of by-laws drawn up by the com but if, for some reason, you are

LaBelle will have the meeting in 2-1. In that' inning they added mittee appointed, by Mr. Oglesbywas unable to register on the date set
4 6-16-Julia
,', '" : July, Moore ,Haven in August and five more runs and appeared to 1st Timothy ; adopted. On the' board are blanks will be, left at convenient

-' Clewiston again, in September. have effectually sewed up the Oglesby.Sermon-"Neglect Not the Gift eight directors chosen from dif points to which' you will have later

ferent parts of the county and the access.
gam But in the eighth the local
That Is In.You"-R G. H. Moore.
Mrs. Geiger Dies boys found their batting eye and Closing Prayer Rev.: 'H. C. next meeting will be called by this The questionnaire will list your

every' member of the team connectedfor Ueador. board of directors.One (Continued on ,Page 8))

: ,t At Daughter's ,Home safe hits, some of them for Recessional, "God The All Merci- of the most important items j

extra bases Pahokee had no spare ful"-Community Chorus. of business transacted at the meeting Committee Chairman

pitcher to relieve Spooner and no was the adoption of a resolution -

,: Mrs. Lula Geiger, 75t for many way to stop the rally. He had Seniors of 1941 asking Representative Elbert Named By Council
Julia Oglesby, :Margaret Von
years a resident of Clewiston and nice inning the law as
r. I pitched a game until that L. Stewart to pass same
: ',_ other communities of the Ever- giving up only a few scattered Mach, Flora Lee Haven, Leah Rich- that passed at the 1939, session of

, glades, died Thursday night at hits. iiid, Doris Hodges, Betty Bailey, the legislature regarding the killing R. Y. Patterson, chairman of the
11:00'at the home of her leneo Wethington, June Hooker, I
daughter, County. Per- Council
The game was played on the new of deer Hendry, Hendry County Defense
Mrs. L., L. Lowe, in South Clewis- Bill Davis, A. D. Frith, Sam Lang under this act, of the
Clewiston diamond which has no'tyet mission is granted, has named the chairman ,
t -: ton. She had been ill for about and Dick Owen. of the deer in the which
'- been well packed and the game for the slaughter several important committees

a week. was, slowed"to some extent due to tick infested area after arrangements sets up an ,organization ready to

.Ylr Funeral services were held in the; soft dirt. There was a nice F. F. A. Boys To are made for re-stocking. cope with the problem ,of civilian

Arcadia at three o'clock this aft- crowd in attendance. However the group wished the defense in event of emergency.
' 'ernoon and were in charge of the Attend ConventionMembers Board to
State Livestock Sanitary
the Division of Civil
"' Baptist minister of that Cardin went the route on the Heading
city. Ar- mound for Clewiston and Clark did' refrain from the deer slaughter until Defense is, Sheriff Bill Maddox of
rangements were made by the permission is given by Secretary of LaBelle
the; receiving.The LaBelle; L. M. Jennings
Everglades Funeral Home of Pa- of the Clewiston Chapter of
for the killing
Harold Ickes Industryand
heads the Committee on
.. hokee. Burial was in the ,Arcadia local team will play Belle of Future Farmers of Americaand reservation.
deer in the Indian Material Resources; H. C.
cemetery. Glade there Sunday afternoon and their instructor, Joel Keen,
Members elected to the board of Jones Clewiston Transportationand
Mrs Geiger, for several years, here on the following Sunday. rill 'attend the state convention in ,
directors : -A. H King, R. C. Communication John Cole,
are
;
has made her home with relativesin Gainesville on June 17, 18 and 19. '
!Hooks and C. E. Miner of Clewis- LaBelle, Power' and Fuel; :M. 'E.
Clewiston, Moore Haven and Charles Turner and Robert Hodges
Summer Pastor To the ton; Sam Heath, Dennis Small, R.M Von Mach:: Clewiston, Labor and
other communities and was known were elected delegates from
I '.: \ Harris of LaBelle and Fred L. Personnel; W. D. Blount, LaBelle,
and loved by hundreds of people chapter but almost all of the other
.
. .'' Arrive This Week I Dunaway of Felda. Water Supply and Fire Protection;
; of the 'glades area. Surviving members will make the trip as
members of the immediate family members of the livestock judging J. E. Beardsley, Clewiston, Food

are two daughters, Mrs. Lowe of I team and the swimming team. Miss Ruth Marshall and Agriculture; Dr. C. E. Weaver
Rev. and Mrs. E. R. Weidler of State Council appointment) Health
(
Clewiston, Mrs. R. L. Saxon of Mi- The livestock judging team 'will I'
Trenton, N. J., will arrive in Clew- and Housing F. D. Duff, Clewiston
, ami and two sons, T. J. Geiger of judge dairy cattle, swine, poultry, Lands Big Sailfish ;
iston this week-end, Rev. Weidler Information Education and
Clewiston and Clinton Geiger oft work stock and sheep. The winning
.. having accepted the position of :Morale: ; :\1.V.. Bigg Clewiston, Fit
Homestead. There are sixteen team will be awarded a free trip -
resident minister at the Community nonce and Budget and Mrs.' R. N,
4'
Marshall is justly ,
Miss Ruth
>';;: grandchildren and one great-grand- to the Kansas City Livestock Show.
1,'.I son. Church during the months of June, The swimming team will have proud of the seven-foot sailfish, Miller, LaBelle, Woman's Participa

., : July and August. They will occupy eight members and the winning mighty battler of the Gulf Stream, tion.

: R. W. Turk of Clewiston ac- the manse. which she brought to gaff Saturday The only active work so far undertaken -

corOanied Velton Walters and Rev. Arthur A. Froelich of Pal- WHITE DRAFTEE CALLED while On a deep-sea fishing trip off I by these committee headsis

, DillonJHall of LaBelle: to Orlando metto had been secured to preach Palm Beach. The fish weighed be- that of )I, E. Von Mach who

'i Wednesday: for a meeting of educators Sunday morning and will fill the George Elmer Anderson of Clew- tween forty and fifty pounds and will direct the civilian registrationof

I at the San Juan Hotel that engagement, being assisted by Rev iston, has been ordered to report the time taken to land it was not the county next Thursday. Information

evening for a discussion of the Weidler. to the local draft board on Thurs disclosed. will be given rapidly

Governor's proposed tax program. Everyone is cordially invited to day, June 5, to be sent to. the U. Others in the -party included \Ir. however, to the members of the

The program was unanimously en- attend the Sunday morning serv- S. Army Induction station at_ Camp and Mrs. ,M. E. Von Mach and Mr. other committees as the state sets

,. dorsed by the teachers ices. Blandjng. and Mrs. 'G. H. Small: '- "up its plans for defense. -

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If They Had Gone ''Musical' I. Uncle Phil Says: ..I:


A GOOD memory test is trying -

In the course of giving musical instruction over a period of twenty worried to remember over yesterday.the thingswe

years, Arthur T. Cremin, director of the New York Schools of Music,

R E EN has evolved certain basic rules governing the instruments for which never Human swells nature till i.s strange the brain; the stops head

people are best fitted, according to their individual personality and r IWNU &rve. growing.

background. Here we have eight world leaders as they would appear if I One fellow to sidestep .is the

Washington, D. C. I they had suddenly gone musical. The pictures are all composites. I Items, Never Knew fellow whose I's are too close
BOMBER OUTPUT 'Til Now I together.The .

Though not announced by the (But which you knew all along)). question is not when"did

White House, two impelling factors Rob't Sherwood's fine play, civilization begin, but when will
were behind the President's sensa- v "There Shall Be No Night," won it.

tional letter to Secretary Stimson the Pulitzer Prize, 'which should I
for immediate increase in : .f;; have i Even with the multitude of taxes,
asking an Roa happened a year ago. This it's easier to live within an income
the monthly output of bombers.One regarded as highly encouraging to than to live without one.
the obvious need of 'pro- F the
was theater in general-having the
j
: One good way to flatter a
viding Britain with more and big-to : :;- .: ? Pulitzers only one year behind the man is to tell him he is the
offensive '
ger planes to carry the 'j: parade.
i' that
Germany. Second, known only to : .: type can't be flattered.Glamour .
,
,' ;t:
inside authorities, was Intelligence ; Billy Gilbert has named his estate I
information that the Nazis are in- "Gezunt Heights." -

creasing the bomber force of their ((' !
CozinessIn
Luftwaffe. The reports are that the Ned, Russell, of the United,Press, ,
German air force now consists of was given'a 3-week vacation in Dub- Crocheted

the following: lin, and came back with a story CapePattern

Six main, air fleets, each compris- J Jf which, shows the extreme eagernessand

img 1,000 bombers, 625 fighters and # the extreme ends to which the

75 reconnaisance planes, a total of Irish Free State is going to pre-

10,200. Also there is an independentair TSf;J serve its neutrality. The'Irish navy ":

unit of 2,750 planes, a naval air (consisting of two torpedo motor- I

service of 1,000, an operational train- ,.' boats) was ordered out on maneu-

ing unit of 650, and a transport or- vers, and their instructions read:,

ganization of 3,500 planes. In addi- fiH Y;. "You will proceed from the harborto I

tion to these first-line ships, is a xruz"feir. 4,'' sea, where will meet and
; % .[ir"-"' "' ZM'z: ao..icD'exi s:iiC. tilJ?.,GinsatiSzc..er.wGmx: : ,56wsrwc.h<;;'h rrJbaiia:; ?4 you
reserve of 12,000 others, plus 5,000trainers engage either the Hood or the

and transports. People with quiet hobbies, like stamp collecting, are ideally suited for Scharnhorst ."

Grand total: About 35,000 planes. strumming on stringed instruments, such as the mandolin or guitar. The

German airplane, production ca- No. 1 stamp collector of U. S. looks pretty natural,behind a guitar here. James Gleason plans his sixteenth I .Y
pacity is estimated at 3,000 planes a newspaper managing editor on the

month, including about 500 bombers. screen in the soon-due "Affection L

However, except for bombers, Ger- ately Yours." (That's either 'a record QIw Yj llSniJ; t
is not using her full pro-
many now or a rut!)

duction capacity as she doesn't need k'i#:'Sv.Y,,,Z r..6 .t>Y, l ;Y:

that many new planes a month. \..;:vri At Fort Williams, there is a Private -
Nazi March production is estimated 1, r
William Williams who I
comes ?-.
at 2.200 ships of all types, but foi:tY'. f1;;k'v, { A t h ,? k 4; from Williams Street, Williamson, cxk Cr

only 1,600 in April. In May, how- Y. ; '. W. Va. (Or, to put it briefly, wherethere's (, ioil (iay

ever, Intelligence reports 'are that a Williams, there's a Wil- .?off moo.

Nazi plane production is being 4 f''r.:' v fx r, liams.)

stepped up to replace Balkan and > 4. ..Yn. !Ci i
+ { ::? I
N' '
North African losses. I % ? A discussion---s in progress 1w

Reports are vague about what the I ,. :N y.,; .' '; : ,., '.:y. about democracy, and one of the
Nazis are doing with the nine gov- I C group seemed to think his ancestry I

ernment and eleven private aircraft entitled him to a dogmatic view on

plants in France, most of them located J 3 s. qbrjJ i w. everything. "I think," he smirked,
in the occupied zone; also regarding -
"that the argument on America 2768.pROCHET .
the eight Dutch factories, srvfiwJ should end'with my views. ,After all

including the Fokker works., and the -my ancestors came over on the this cape in cotton or

seventeen Belgian plants. ; t Mayflower" "You're.lucky," was I wool for evening or daytime

These plants have large potential : Genevieve Rowe's com wear-for glamour or coziness.It's .
soprano
producing capacity, but best infor- Nd K3 t : ment, "after all, the immigrationlaws such easy handiwork.
mation is that the Nazis are stripping .
are a bit stricter now.
them of their machine tools ii Pattern 2768 contains directions for mak-

and other equipment. How much % :{ ... The America First outfit claimsin ing cape; illustrations of It and stitches;
this will boost the Nazis' 3,000 planes materials required. For a pattern of this
I Ambition and the bass viol to' its ads that it hasn't wealthy lovely cape, send your order to:
a month is only a guess.U. THAT MAN! Nervous, tense go
backers A few months
., S. Goal. people like Der Fuehrer make ideal I gether. Here is Henry Ford as he ago of
for list '
that was .asked a
Weakest link in German plane : piccolo would look-ivith. the big fiddle. group Sewing Circle Needtecratt Dept.
players. its backers, but refused to give it. 82 Eighth Ave. New York

production is aluminum. From Finally they, gave a partial list- Enclose 15 cents in coins for Pat
British'
planes the
tured cap-'I NEW NOTE IN "MYWEEK" which included wealthy men
that the Nazis use about 500 Eleanor -many tern No...........
Mrs.
and women Why have they
of this vital metal per ship. The Roosevelt is the ideal type such short memories? NameAddress...............................

American average is 5,000 pounds.The the violin. Simple .............................
undisclosed bomber goal of for ,
According to Wilfred J. Funk, the
1941 to which Roosevelt referred in sincere people, says expert -

his letter to Stimson is 600 a month. Cremin, should take average pet dog has a vocabularyof
,
I fl 60 words. (That's the number of
< ,'
four assembly plants in p- this instrument.
The
new up words it undersstands.) GIVE THE AIR TO
'
Omaha, Tulsa, Kansas City and Iv ;j1 i.
Fort Worth should produce about I f: : > {' 1 f :);', : :.: :.. ..:..,..:,:: r.r ::<1f.::'!. r. :ri' SNIFFLESLacking
In the new book, "Men and Poli-
PEN ETRO0ROPs
300 bombers a month. To double
!'Vi i''y "
tics, the author says: "Germanyhas
their output it will be necessary to
But nei-
'
% no unemployment.
build and equip at least as many, /t .'
.aj f: {$' "
Yv
new plants, plus taking over an in- ,YQ{. ; .'! ther has a prison. in Sense

creased ratio of automobile,and oth- Immodest words admit of no defense -
to the Open Book
,
According
er plant facilities to turn out the nec- ; for want of decency is wantof
whether a black cat following is I sense.-Wentworth Dillon.
parts.
essary r ': t, < /C' bad luck depends on whether you'rea I
The letter which OPM Director
man or a mouse.
,
General Knudsen sent auto makers
\
that will have to hold down i
they You can tell the difference be- For ONLY IO/Now
their 1942 car production to 78.5 per
tween a Nazi and a British plane
cent of this year's output, is con-
by their sounds. Nazi bombers Less than
sidered only a beginning. Insiders -.
ii sound like this: "Voom, voom,
that there will be another
predict
Vooma-doom-voom" .
voom. L.
big cut soon. flffiC02 i iInd'
? British planes sound like: "Yowzer-
'LATIN ADMIRALSThe a yowzeryowzeryowzer" Or so 0'Criticism

state department scored a returning correspondents are tellingthe

ten-strike when it'' finally persuadedthe : Stork Clubbers, at any rate.

navy to invite the chiefs of

Latin American navies to visit the When it was rumored Marshal "'r"" a dose

United States. The junket definitely Goering might receive an Austrian

t' _... .. _.._zS .. .
carried weight. For the' United w__ t : : Knighthood, Punch suggested his I
'' :;
States navy, without any ifs, ands "obytio''i't 5' 5 5 v new title be: "Sir Cumference."

'or buts, is the most powerful in the .. 5, 5
i world, and the thing that counts in fy.J/ .'.i'irq'J/yJ:: : Y <5 'vile 5Y'1:,,.iv' ,}} J 'f Memos of a .

South America today is the belief ...dlrJf lf/ r jr ;' 7
r Girl Friday: With Ease
that this country: can really ward : ) ;4 ;py4 rr f:1hy'f'nY ::4YJ1err :
off Nazi invasion. u r f Dear W. W.: After two months of Criticism comes easier than

Behind the scenes, the man who trailing Jan Valtin, Steve Birming- craftsmanship.-Zeuxis. .."

helped ,most to dress the stage for ham {the Dies Committee sleith)
caught up with him in the parkinglot
Latin American admirals was John-

ny Thomason, better known for his <:.. opposite The ,Algonk and served FEMALE PAIN
Jimmy
prolific pen portraits of the marines him with a summons
with certain
Walker evened things
(Red Pants, Fix Bayonets, Jeb
Stuart, Salt Winds and Gobi Dust). rJIc /,9Lrf 1r f' ,S'i' Hollywood people (formerly of WITH WEAK, CRANKY
Broadway) at the Jack Benny af NERVOUS FEELINGSYou -
Thomason, now a colonel in the
marines: had served in Latin Amer- i'' fair. Jimmy called to the spotlightman women who suffer pain of Irregular -
off and are nervous,cranky
i and said "Please turn periods
:
; ica, knew the importance of the ad- due to monthly functional disturb-
o mirals' visit. Other U. S. brass hats the light so I can see ,the people ances should find Lydia E. Pink-
the last four ham's Vegetable Compound simply
who couldn't see me
didn't. Admiral Harold Stark,,chiefof '''':- marvelous to relieve such annoying
fumed and fret- years. symptoms.Plnkham's.
naval operations, JaFFsihrSw.W+nlac l'eoCUo..wnrrNV.Affectionate Compound is made
ted, only wanted to show the Good especially for women to help relieve
' Neighbors a few East coast stations.At sLy s people like Queen The Nat'l Defense,Organization is such distressing feelings and thus
.j sponsoring R. H. Markham's excit- help them go smiling thru such"didici
,: c be
should at
this point Johnny Thomason re- % Rio i r: Elizabeth of England Lindbergh's book. ltdays."Over1,000,000women
marked: "This visit is giving you a i w:' home with the accordion, we are ing reply to Anne have reported remarkable.benefits.
r
He calls his: "The Wave of the WORTH TRYING I Any drugstore.
pain in the neck. How about lettingme told. And Good Queen Bess seemsto "
read!
Past! Be sure and """
take it over?
Thomason insisted that the be. .
trip
Statesmen whose main mission in Just got a button reading: "I'ma ,..0...................
do it
was important enough to right, .
demanded more entertainmentmoney life is telling other people whereto Copperhead." It is the emblem of : TEACHING A CHILD :

from the White House and head in are ideally suited to be a West coast outfit whose meetingsare
most Bund S VALUE OF PENNIES
attended by
got it. At first he worked on the band conductors-always leaving regularly jt
idea of meeting the admirals withU. the stick. So here is II Duce di- members out there. 'The head of it I I Y A child of a wise mother wiU be :
is the chairman at the Save America taught from early childhood-to.to be- .
S. cruisers at Barranquilla, Coo. recting. First meetings in L. A. Quentin come a regular reader of the advertisements.Inthatwaybetterperhaps- .
them out to the mid-
lombia, taking o .
Winston Churchill has played cable to friends !,
Atlantic to view the U. S. naval pa- Reynolds sent a than in any other can the child bee _
trol at work. This was given up many roles in his exciting life and saying: "The Saturday blitz and the taughtthegreatvalueofpenniesande -
played them all well. It is reasonable arrival of Hess took Londoners' the permanent benefit which comes eo
as too long, and a coast-to-coast in- from making count. .
he would make a minds off the war!"-Your Girl Fri every penny .
of U. S. naval stations was to -
spection suppose
day. '- .o. i.oeeeo. ....oe....
substituted. good rhumba player.









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i Diner Turned the Tables

ASK ME A Quiz With Answers
On Conniving Couple
7 Offering Information
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A' 'NO'THER on Various Subjects Upon'receiving his bill, the diner '
I added it,up and found that he had A
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been overcharged $1. ,
The Questions The Answers "How ,come?" he asked, looking c
sharply at the waitress. ,
Ly Jlytut GUankeM\ 1. How many states border on 1. Eight. : Pennsylvania, New "Well.you see, sir," she replied,

., ,, the Great Lakes? York, Ohio, Michigan, Indiana, "the cashier bet me half a dollar
.xvu .2. Who or what in'United States Illinois, Wisconsin,'Minnesota. that you wouldn't see it and 'I bet
history was nicknamed "Old Iron- 2. The United States warship, him you would. Just a friendly
{
sides"? Constitution.' little wager." ,
3. The independence of the 3. France was the first countryto With a smile the customer wrote

United States was formally recognized recognize our independence. something on the back of the bill,
first by what country? 4. A stockade or wall extended folded it, and said: "Take that
I 4. Why is Wall street so called? along it. to the cashier."

5. Where is Sanscrit used as a 5. Sanscrit is used as a sacred She did so, and'on opening the
sacred and learned language? language in India. two were startled to read: "I'll
C: 6. 'The present Chinese name 6. "Chung Hua Min Kuo" means bet $5 I shall not be here when
: for China, "Chung Hua Min Kuo;" Central Flowery Republican Country you get back.

means what? And he wasn't.ilf'JfI'IAL .


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I I 'A PICNICKING WE WILL GO ,. .'

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HONEY & ALMOND CREAM /
"_ IT'S PICNIC TIME!
,. THIS WEEK'S MENU Regular $1 size

,_ The soft, sunny days of late May Bonfire Banquet'Cheeseburgers limited time only
',' and early 'June tempt even the most With Piquant
conscientious to turn their backs on Sauce

....: work, and, since "the only way to Sliced Tomatoes and Green

:...._ get rid of a,temptation is to yield to Onions 1
:... it," a picnic is the answer! Raw Carrots Love of CountryI when you are" impressed by the
'.: nation-wide would have you day by 'day spectacle of her glory, reflect that
One reason for the Potatoes or Green Corn, Roastedover '
fix your eyes upon the greatnessof it'has been acquired by men who
is that they'reeasy
of picnics
Hot Coals
'' popularity" your country, until you become knew their duty and had the cour-
on the lady Cup Cakes, Pie (not juicy, filled with the love of her; and age to do it.-Pericles.'
of the house please) or Fruit r"Easy
} i : g' sliced tomatoes Coffee or Milk in a Thermos, or

.' ::.: _. \ and green onions Lemonade
:,; :: ::;:- for salad .
F' ::' ::;:: Recipe given. to Make the Pin-On Way.
; @
-;:; _. corn-on-the-

<,:>: cob, if a vegetable TLTOW lovely that "impossible"old best for
of Worcester-
.. preferred, a teaspoon a
at
be my
\ is wanted shire be added.Or sofa becomes when you "To <.
sauce
: may
-. II r' ("roasting ears"may put a bright new slip cover o'n itl! V I
.: "II be cooked in you may want to try fried eggs And you can easily make, yourself morning rehearsals,
."(;: hot coals, allowing 20 minutes to a and hamburger, sandwich style. the smartest of slip covers. T .
',':,:. half hour for. the best flavor) Cook hamburgers, set aside to keep ,* -
7::'<.. taste-tempting cheeseburgers hot. Fry eggs in same skillet, and like the
Exact details of cutting and sewing this
': lemonade, milk or coffee, or all serve eggs atop' the hamburgers.Here slip cover are described and diagrammedin
three and dessert-it's as are more let's-have-a-picnic our 32-page booklet. Also tells how to
.;.: simple as that! suggestions: cover and trim different types of chairs.
'
Tips on fabrics, colors. Send for your
,'
;':- No dishes to wash afterward Cole: Slaw. copy'to: ,
IF no table linen for the laundry bag (To Make "On Location") jtar.V

> in fact, it's almost a case of 3 cups finely shredded cabbage
"no work and all play!" Vz cup mayonnaise READER-HOME SERVICE
635 Sixth Avenue New York City
french
For that "something hot" which isa 3 tablespoons dressing I !

picnic "must," I suggest plump, 2 tablespoons thick cream Enclose 10 cents in coin for your copy l
juicy cheeseburgers. If you're pic- Mix the mayonnaise, french dressing of HOW TO MAKE SLIP COVERS. '
nicking in the woods, your array of and cream together and mix into RUTH DREYER Chorine
'burgers probably won't look like the cabbage just before serving. says

,' the above picture, but they'll no Old-Fashioned Potato Salad. j I \ *

-' doubt taste.'the same. If you are 4 cups diced boiled potatoes A Good BookAs \V ti i THE I Jefttll;diiti
:- entertaining the family or guests at 3 hard-cooked eggs, chopped \ ; (

:. a "back yard" supper, you can servea V4 cup finely minced sweet pickle almost'' kill \ ...AKfAst"
good a man as
large tray of cheeseburgers with 2 to 4 tablespoons minced onion t i
kill a good book; who kills a man Kellogg's Corn
of
-: assorted relishes, shoe-string potatoes Vi cup pimiento, choppedSalt kills reasonable creature God'simage ,l A big bowlful and tots of
e, and tall of milk icedteathey'll with some fruit
glasses or pepper and celery salt _. Flakes
love? the combination! 1 cup cooked. salad dressing ; but he who destroys a good '- 1< r milk and sugar.
book kills reason itself; kills the / ENERGY!
FOOD
2 mayonnaiseMix .
'Cheeseburgers With Piquant Sauce. tablespoons image of God, as it were, in the I $:p i / all ingredients together lightly. VITAMINS
'
; Adl & #
,,
2 ground beefs / '
pounds Milton.
"\
eye.-
,:,' milk Let stand, chilling, for at least 'Il fUl7r MINERAlS!
cup 1 hour. If desired, 1. fiL PROUINSI'
1 teaspoon salt It 0 '
the onion and
potato -
-s3 ;
Dash pepper Y" may be mart / to n" the famous flAVOR of
% pound American cheese ( inated TONIC 'C! pIus l Corn Flakes that tastes
% pound butter over night MJlnnnll8Illunuilf,11f k \.\( KeUogg's appetite,
I your
\C' in it
french dressing g l so good want
;'. 8 buttered buns r 9 before being, rGRIP BOTTlE:2r./OflII rrS ?-C_lmakes you to ea.iIJ.r91 to

Mix ground beef with milk, salt ,, mixed with other Ir.1941 ,y ,M.y! ; vr \l lFool's
." ,' and pepper. Form 8 patties of meat 'II'If ingredients. Need of the Heart twma -'. -- .

'; : about 3 inches in diameter. Cut 8 Variations: Meats, such as diced ,
The heart is a small thing, but
': slices of cheese slightly smaller than tongue, ham,or frankfurters may be desireth great matters. It is not FollowersA Will and Way
.' size of meat patties. Melt butter in added 'to, the standard recipe, and his will-but
sufficient for a kite's dinner, yet fool is one whom simpletons Man has woman
:-: skillet and fry patties slowly for seasonings of chives and green pep the whole world is not sufficientfor believe to be a man of merit.-La has her way. Oliver Wendell
., about 10 to 15 minutes turning
sev- per may be included.MarshmallowGraham. Quarles. ,Bruyere. Holmes.
-
: eral times the
,:. during cooking pe- Cracker
.' riod. Place on buttered toasted
Dessert Sandwich. I
.:- buns, spread with piquant sauce and
- .;. __ top with a slice of cheese. (If prepared For each person, allow % milk LEADING PITCHER
,,9?;, indoors, place under broiler chocolate candy bar, 2 graham
,. t flame until cheese begins to melt). crackers and 2 marshmallows. Toast / NATIONAL LEAGUE-1939-1940
<- Serves 8. marshmallows, then place them on
' ..' the chocolate candy that is on one
. : ;
Piquant Sauce.
7" graham cracker. 'Put the second
% cup chili sauce graham cracker on top and. it is
I % cup pickle relish ready to eat.
1 tablespoon prepared mustard, or MvY f STICK TO THE MILDER CIGARETTE '.

1 tablespoon ,horseradishMix If, it's ice cream you're planningfor
all ingredients together well. dessert, I'd suggest you use an WITH LESS NICOTINE: IN THE
If a more highly seasoned sauce is ice cream freezer '
: (little son can ( SMOKE-ITS CAMELS FOR ME !

do the' grinding
before "starting"time
LYNN SAYS: ), or pack refrigerator -
made p ) THE SMOKE M. OF.SLOWER-BURNING CAMELS GIVES YOU

. : When hamburgers are includedin ice cream in dry .
the picnic menu, form,the pat- ice. Here's a rec-
ties of ground meat, mixed with ipe for a favorite 28% LESS NICOTINE ': : ,

minced onion and seasoning, be- that should please everyone.

fore you leave home. Place between Chocolate Ice Cream,

V waxed paper, and they'reready 1 square unsweetened chocolate than the average of the 4 other largest-selling "'_ _
to cook when the fire is
% cup sweetened condensed milk cigarettes tested-less than any of them-
ready.
Hash goes upstage when it is %Vt teaspoon cup water powdered mace according', to independent scientific tests of F

I used as a bun filler. Scoop out % cup whipping cream the smoke itself. r < ,
rolls, (leftover or fresh) butter Melt chocolate in top of double ,' .
insides and pile full of savory boiler. Add sweetened condensedmilk THE SMOKE'S THE THING! ,,
cooked hash. Brush top with
and stir
over boiling water for
, melted butter or gravy and bake five minutes until mixture thickens.
15 minutes in moderate oven. Add water and mix
well. Chill thoroughly -
I. ,. To "dress-up" your picnic bill- Add mace. Whip cream to JT? 4
, of-fare, there are colorful oilcloth custard-like consistency and fold
and/or paper tablecloths and nap- into chilled mixture. Pour into
:, kins. You can find them designed Place
freezing pan. in freezing unit
'' to carry ,out nearly any theme of refrigerator. After mixture is

you so desire. And, as an added about half frozen, remove from re
tip, in case you're planning to frigerator. Scrape mixture from
) spread an oilcloth covering on sides and bottom of pan. Beat until
the ground, attach it'to a pair of smooth, but not until melted. The Merchants' Who Advertise Are Not

old curtain rollers. They'll pre- Smooth out and replace in freezingunit
: vent eve ,the strongest wind from until frozen for
serving. Merchandise Prices
Afraid of Their or
blowing it way 1 1i Serves 6.Released.

( by Western Newspaper Union.) ,

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FOUR THE CLEWISTON' NEWS
FIUDAV.-- MAY -n, ..t.J.'i..uo ...
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The Clewiston News ''phere.' In listening to his address we agree I think that the systemsof er with you in defense of Life, scholarships was placed '<'i;"
entirely
we were struck with several highlights government they operate' are Liberty and the. Pursuit of Hap-. the hands of the
,-one his warning to labor intolerable. Yet because you don't piness. agricultural col-

Published every Frldnv In Clewiston,' that differences must be laid aside agree, with some of :jour fellow .' lege deans or any committee" or

Florida, by the CLEIVISTONEVS. while the nation prepares its defenses Americans you go haywire, and advocate Ma 'ntainsActivity. official appointed by them. The ..
Inc. Beardsley only qualification
,-another, his warning to their suppression, denounce! is that an applicant -

Hitler that any attempt to encroachon them, and carry ,on like' a regular, must be deserving and _
.
BOWDEY. Editor Interests enuinely; interested in
KC1TIILEY :; any locality that might be used storm trooper." Improved

as a base for ,an attack on this Now I may not agree. with Lindbergh -I ',:M .I)- ; I agriculture. in his state _and _community ,

Entered as second class mail matter hemisphere would be considered ,an 'or Wheeler and I not I I V"av;: rl: The program will Involvea
February 1, 1927 at the Post Office :In attack, another,-his reaffirmationof may Gainesville.May:: ,29---Bob Beards- total o{, more: than 1,000_ boys
the' Act of agree with Pepper or Roosevelt butI
Florida under
of '
Clewiston, ley Clewiston Is maintaining at each *
_
year. :
1891.5ubacripllon : the determination of the United
March 3, : glory in the FREEDOM that '
per- the
University of Florida, Gainesville Other Sears' scholarship awards
States to continue and to Increaseour
-
mits me to hear what they have to
the
same keen interest in include
a $200 sophomore scholarship
material aid to Britain and -
our
Rate fiOO Per Year.Advertising say and I thank God for a "Free school activities which caused the to the' '
: man chosentas Jhe outstanding
deliver
-
decision to the goods to Press" '
that
is' uncensored and
can "
faculty of Pahokee High Schoolto '
Hntcn' On Application. all-around
student from
them,-and lastly, his warning tthe' '
print their'speeches. for me to read. vote him the, best of his class the Sears' freshman He ''
individual American that every group.
Suppose the 'situation was in student activities, and his class then
competes with
the
Devoted to the advancement and welfare -' resource of the, nation would be required changed and "the sophomoresin
let
we government" j; '
of Clewiston. and Hcndry County ., in the event of war, and j records show that he is making the 47 other states JOT the Junior -

_. ___.u__, that every citizen must stand ready say what could or could not lan average g.ra"de'in: his studies. and Senior awards of" $200 ,and
be said or what could or could not y '
and willing to do his part-what- Now is his second year of college $500 respectively. This ,latter selection -
be I
printed.
REDISTRICTING BILLA Suppose we were only
THE ,
ever that may be. he is a member of the Presby- is made at a meeting in
permitted to hear ONE side in such
(terian Student Session member of Chicago to which all of the deans
Each word was well-chosen for for
controversies.
Suppose some
committee redistricting bill the Board of Athletic, Managers, and sophomore candidates are invited -
the shade of meaning it was intended reason your "government" preferredto
has passed the house of representatives I secretary of the Sears, Roebuck as guests of Sears Roebuck
to convey, and thewhole keep you in the dark. France'sgovernment
and is now awaiting actionof Club player and manager of the and Company for a two-day meet-
was a perfectly phrased document took that course and
the Senate in Tallahassee which varsity tennis team, and managerof ing and entertainment.
that will be preserved as' an exampleof look at France today.In .
would place Hendry County and a ushers at football games.
the skillful use of the English a Democracy worthy of the
group of small counties across Flor- Bob is the FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
and
of Mr. Mrs.J.
son
language as well as for its momentous name the people want to know they
ida in a new congressional district. I E.
Beardsley. He
graduatedfrom
I I, historical value. are entitled to know not just one Sunday School-9:45. ,
The bill has a great many advantages the Pahokee
High School in
side but BOTH SIDES. We wantto Morning Worship-11:00.
and seems to fairly distributethe The sugar industry: has been muchin face the issue with our eyes 1939. His high school activities Training Union-6:45.

population of the state into not sixcongressional the news lately-and specially open; we want to know all the included aletrnate captain of the The evening worship service will*
districts. It does
of much in the pictured news. Last facts. A full and free discussionand football team; vice-president--' of the give way to 'the baccalaureate ser-

disturb the present distribution week a large group of weeklies exchange of opinion and we senior class of 1938, delegate to mon to be preached at the 'schoolhouse
of the five
each
congressmen as the Club editor-in-chief
subscribing to a_ syndicated service know what we are doing and why Rotary of auditorium on Sunday, night.
district.
will remain in his present
carried a series of pictures of Florida we are doing it. Everglades Mirror (yearbook) '1938 All are urged to attend this serv-

Hendry County should be par- sugar making. The Miami Public opinion is a mighty force. library monitor for three years received ice in honor of our Senior Class.

ticularly proud of the bill because I Herald on Sunday had several pictures Evidence of this is the fact that the three letters in football Conferences in Daily Vacation
it is the product of a great deal of took part in the senior play was'voted
mainly of the harvest fes- first thing the dictator does is to Bible School work are being heldin
hard work on the part of our representative best in student activities and
,
tival. Did you see Mauryne: andMargaret" dominate and control every avenueof preparation for the Bible Schoolto
A short time ago we was a member of the Future Farmers
pouring barbecue sauce public information: the press be held on June 16 to June 27.
quoted a Tallahassee editor and leg- the meat? Since the visit of of America.
over speech
the radio free are bannedon These conferences meet each Mon- ,
islative commentator who compli- the National Editorial Association After completing his General Col- and
penalty of death. Papers may day Friday at 2:30 :p. m. All
mented the quiet, unassuming but here few weeks ago papers allover print only what they are told to lege work at the University of workers are urged to attend.

entirely efficient way Elbert Stew' I the country have been pub- print; the radio may broadcast only Florida, he says he 'expects .to ,enter The mid-week prayer service is

art has of getting things done in lishing scenes of Florida's sugar such programs as have been cen- the College of Agriculture.Bob an enrichment service'o our church
the legislature. This bill is a '
Industry. They've had a lot of sored and approved by the supreme Is one of the, many boys who life. Have you been enriched by

perfect example of that system and. favorable comment, too. Perhaps authority. The citizens themselvesare have had broader, fields open for them? Why nit begin ,to attend
a tribute to its efficiency. When
some day we'll pass some of it prohibited from listening to them through the operation of the each Wednesday night, at 8 p. m.,
the redistricting subject came up, I
along to you.,, foreign programs or reading un- Sears' scholarshin program which and reap the benefits of a ,spiritual,
Mr. Stewart offered bill to create -
a -
I I
authorized literature. They hear started in a half dozen states back II service.

the new district- of a slice of Flor- The season is about to catch up only one side and dare not question in 1937 when Sears Roebuck and I I District Rally to He Held At First
ida across the Lake Okeechobee I
with my wardrobe. I never seem such information. Company sought some plan for Baptist Church .

section. Senator Ward'offered in to acquire enough winter clothes Statements of such men as Lind- supporting the land-grant, agricul- The district W.. M. U,: of the

'the Senate a bill with, almost the I until spring is practically here and bergh-Wheeler, Roosevelt and oth- tural colleges by giving greater opportunity Lake district will hold a, rally hereat

same provisions. Both bills failedof in the fall, I find myself shivering ers are NEWS and your newspapersare to outstanding farm boys Clewiston church on Thursday,

passage which, was no surprise I before I can gather together enough performing a true democratic who might otherwise not have been June 5, from 2 until 4 p. m. Roundtable

'to'anyone., since the redistricting i to keep warm. Spring has been so American service when they pub- able to attend college. It was discussion and inspirational
question is a hot and north '
one lovely this year and despite some lish them, giving you both sides of found that there was little aid messages will be the features of the

and west Florida are fighting moves hot days, the, pleasant breeze has the controversy. Remember that available to boys in freshman agri- afternoon. All ladies of the

to Florida.establish. 'a new district in south made it possible to keep out of those I censorship! suppression or restraint cultural colleges and it was felt church are urged to attend and

summery cottons that are usuallyall placed upon your newspapers or that many boys could work out welcome our out of town guests.

But Mr. Stewart suggested to the I we can, be comfortable in dur- imposed upon the radio will only their own problems if they could

speaker that he appoint ,a special ing May. serve to deprive you of the knowl- receive just a lift over the hill.
committee on census and reappor- I ,* '
edge and information that :you as This necessary ,lift was estimatedby

tionment to study the question and And if you haven't seen, the a citizens must have to form in- several of the agricultural college MERCHANTS

to pass on bills pertaining to it. I poinciana trees in front of Ezelle's telligent judgment on any question. deans at '$100 in cash. Scholar- WSE!

This was done; and Mr. Stewartwent and the one in front of the ,oldest Keep your papers FREE and ships in that sum L were decided

quietly to work with the I Alston building (across from the make -them responsible to you and upon by Sears Roebuck and Com- .Advertise '

committee members. He found out Hay building on the street to the you alone. They'' will keep the pany with no strings attached., Se-

what would be acceptable to them' I levee) you'd better ride by, for faith and, stand shoulder to should- lection of farm boys to receive the

and he himself drew up the bill you are really missing a treat. j
....
-
in its final form. The committee


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by any member. The House '-- & /.
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voted 55 to, 22 for its In y '
passage.
By :RUSSELL KAYA :tt: := :=1ii
its final analysis, the bill differs ENJOY AN :
,
from Mr. Stewart's original bill in .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..;.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..; .;..;. ..,' .:...

including Palm Beach and Brow- I :;::;: :1," ::, :' ,= **

ard counties instead of Manatee friend of -" : "" ....
good mine a chap ;
.. .
:ii: ALL ELECTRiC '
and Collier. who would resent being rated any- : > ; :

The fight is not won until the thing below 100 percent American, tt : ::{ n
:
Dill is passed by the Senate and threw ; ,:
down the paper he'd been ; .' < ; ;
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signed by the Governor nevertheless reading in disgust 'and said "This : ,> '" -:{" --" ..l. '., I-IcDN'IE: '/ !
Mr. Stewart's fine :::: : lt: < _. < :' :" ; i
work in \
guy Lindbergh ought to be run out i .:" 'f, "" '.,_, .), ::::
it "
steering through the House in '
..
of the country on a rail and that ; ':" "I :_r, "'. .:..:.

the face of strong opposition is to screwball Wheeler along with him ,.yy..4 AV .f..:.
be appreciated regardless of the 'America first', phooey-'Amer- &
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final outcome. ..
ica last' is what they are pr achin.' ...:. -- .,

\ Why do the newspapers print, such ::;::;&: Electricity is the 'modern servant ; a servant that :=:4:: ..
stuff and why do they let 'em

IM.N..:N:NN NN..:NNNN-.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:N7 spout their propaganda, over the :_::_: takes care of both the work arid the pleasures of the :::;:

radio?" :i:::: home and one that will do everything quickly, efficiently **

"I take it you don't agree with j ....
. RAMBLINGS ._!.':_: and economically.S .. ;.
the gentlemen, I says grinnin' at ....!.. ....

By B. B. him across the table. .&. .. .:&..:&.

"Agree with 'em'," he shouts.gettin' ::::: One penny will toast 26 crunchy slices 'of toast, or : ::

.,,,, .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.. excited .like a terrier at a,
: : : : : : : : : : : :--o-.X"
) rathole. "Heck no, I don't agree : give your eyes two hours of safe reading light or operate- :: :i::


Today is Memorial Day; and our with- that'em, ain't and neither dumber does than anybodyelse a Dodo. :*:*:, your radio for most of a y-and-E--ECTRICITY- is : :;:


those minds who turn were back sacrificed to past wars In them.and' Why if I had my way,' do you :::: one thing that gets cheaper the more of it that you use. : S:

know how I'd handle guys like .:. .
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Next week r'
we begin volunteer
our .
that-He was: fairly frothin' at .&..&. .l.

lems registration of today for bear defense.heavily The prob- the mouth. ** -. That is why It is so easy to have and enjoy a home I ::?::: .'

uponus. "Skip it," I says and tuck all that is all electric and
:::: 'modern.
We look backward with rever- that righteous wrath back in the" ? ? ..::
ence for the memory, of those whose xx : fA
moth-balls. You're talkin' like a ....
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patriotic devotion to .a country that "
dictator. :X1':: ff
has always: stood for freedom and :
If I'd been a. little nearer his xy
lias fought for the continuance of

"It brought them to their graves. size I and think not he quite would so well have acquainted crackedme II ELECTRICITY IS YOUR CHEAPEST SERV- ..iitt

Vre look forward with hope that
on the jaw. My remark made ff
somehow we will not have to re- .. ,...
him boil to the explodin' point, and :

But peat at that the fight time and we that hasten sacrifice.with that was just what I wanted it to I :*::=;:. ANT-USE IT EXTRA VAGANTL Y. : :

do. -
Xf At
'preparedness measures that ,. .
may "Listen dope" I ._.'_ 5 :
you goes on,
'end the conflict before it reaches f\ ff
"this is the United States of America -
our shores. Should that fail, we ,_, n
hope to be ready to a Democracy, and you aren't a ..'y. .yy....
go instantly ; I
.
bit more concerned about pro- = 'i 1 '
into the tempo of a war that has : :
tectin' it and preservln' it than Iam {
progressed at times with lightning fy y (
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rapidity."Tuesday. .:..:. .;..;.


made night,the most President,momentous Roosevelt and like You'ask why Lindbergh the newspapers why and we Wheeler' permit print to what men talk n "Glades Power and light Co. ;" II[ j jt


"fireside chat" of his career. He they say. Well, we do it for the

sp oke to the Americas and by his same reason that we let Rooseveltand ....:. ....
words he drew closer together the and Stimson ':..:' .! ..
pepper yes and .'.' .\ 'I .....
peoples of those countries' whose even Joe Doakes, talk and break ':'.;' ....
.: .t .:...
:governments have recognized ,a out ,In print. '.:'
: '
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unity of purpose in attempting to "You don't like Hitler or Mussolini ; .

:keep the war away from this hemis- I I or Stalin.- Neither, do I,' and I ::, ,:!::::N NM::y-NY"NF"M"1 N N:NNN1 N N ::M.N..N:!N-IN N N:!::::!:!:.t.:..MYN.N:!:::NN:-:.N: :!:N 1N N NON:l:.::l:'.H---iN N.N.NN N:!::!:,:::::::::.:a.PAGE



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'Tallahassee -' MORAN HONOR_ I BAPTIST W. M. S. ENJOYS TRIP Flora Lee; Haven, Doris, Hodges,
Miss Eula Mae Snyder of CATHERINE PARTYMrs. TO FORT MYERS BEACH Betty ,Bailey and! June Hooker and '
BRIDGE
was a business visitor in, GUEST AT I Bill Davis, Bud' Vaughn, Dick Owen, l

Clewiston Saturday. Miss Snyderis and Mrs. W. Members of the Baptist Woman's I and Sam Lang. \
Vaughn
of the State Harry
representative
PersonalsJoel I field of I '
I and visited the P. Vaughn, Sr., were hostesses I Missionary' Society were guests .
Board
Library and Mrs. T. B. MRS. OLIVER THOMPSONHONOR '
Wednesday "afternoon at a bridge Mrs. E. E. Kelly '
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Clewiston Public-Library:* \, and Michigan party complimenting Shelley at their cottage. on Fort GUEST AT LUNCHEON, --::-.,

Miss Catherine Moran, of Milledge- Myers Beach Tuesday The affair ,1' ," '
Keen spent the week-end Mrs. J. W. Francis leftJJMonday! ville, Ga., who is the guest' of her ] was a covered dish luncheon. The Mrs.. Oliver Thompson, of Surrey, .".... "." )"J
Beach. home in St. Paul, Minn., and England, was guest of honor'at a
her sandwiches
visiting friends in Vero for brother,' J. W. Moran, ,at the Inn ladies took along r
after' :' spending the winter here with the hostesses 'furnished, fried fish, luncheon glyen...by Mrs. F. Deane :' :t

j. E. Beardsley' was a' business her daughter, Mrs. H. A: -fBestor,'I apartments.At, bridge first prize; a set of cornbread and "tea. Duff at the Clewiston Inn Tuesday. .. .
I her Judson Francis Mrs Thompson n and her daughter,
week. son
with
this and :
Tallahassee
.4 visitor in : glasses and coasters, was won by The day was pleasantly spent on
--- in Canal .Point. ;, and their. families' ,. Mrs., W., C. Owen, and second, the beach. Making the trip 'were Alison, have been guests of Mrs.

Mrs. Pauline Sanders of Tampa ,China.book-ends by Mrs., W, P. Mrs. A. 'R. Broadfoot, and. son, Duff for a month..

,:- i is the guest 'of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Mr. and Mrs.- Harvey Etherton.. 'Vaughn, Jr. At Michigan "Mrs. C Billy, :Mrs.. C.. N_ Nelson, Mrs. 'L. C.. Guests at the luncheon' were Mrs. ,

'-i Marshall.Rev. Phyllis and Joan, Etherton' of J. Lovvorn won' a double deck of' Miller, Mrs. H. A. _Land, Mrs., 'Dan ThompsonMrs.: N. V. S. Mumford,

-- Moore Haven are spending a few cards as, first prize, and Mrs. George B. Allen, Mrs. R. ,J. 'Blount, Gene, Mrs. ''W C. Owen, JMrs., H. A. Bes .
and ,Mrs. H. C. Meador returned weeks here in the home ;of Mr.: and Bellamy handkerchiefs as ,second and Shari Land, Billy Blount, Mrs.' tor, Mrs. R":' Y. Patterson'', Mrs. R, .....

Friday from a three' weeks' Mrs. Glen Etherton and caring for', prize. Mrs. P. M. McIntyre won E. M. Cornette, and Sue, Mrs. Sam M.: Bishop, Mrs.- W. C. Prewitt,

.. visit in Tennessee. their business during their absence. novelty sachets as cut prize. Miss Young, Betty Young, Mrs. A. H. Mrs. Ml M. Prewitt, Mrs.' H. C,

I -- Moran received stationery as a King, Mrs. M. C. Doke, Gene Doke, Kolstad, Mrs. Leah Splcer, Mrs.J. .

+ Miss Laura Matteson left this Mr. and' Mrs. S. P. Slonaker and guest remembrance. Mrs. Paul, Mrs. Arch Hodges, Mrs.V. .' W. Ezelle; Miss Catherine Moran, -

;:- week for a two weeks' visit with Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Thomas spent The hostesses served chicken C. Woodward, Mrs. G. E. Wenz- and Mrs. W. E. Bolton. f

friends in Erie, Pennsylvania. the week-end in Plant City with salad, sandwiches, cake and coffeeto loff, Mrs. Clarence Krueger, Mrs.

Mrs. Slonaker's mother, Mrs. A. Miss Moran, Mrs. Owen, Mrs. H. J. Robison, Mrs. M. C. Vowell MRS. KING GIVES PARTY
Harold Chambers spent a few Belcher. Ann Slonaker, who accompanied Vaughn, Mrs. Lovvorn,' Mrs. Bell and Mrs. Walker Nail and son. MONDAY FOR HOUSE GUEST

days this week in New Smyrna with them, remained for a amy.. Mrs. McIntyre, Mrs. M. E. r

his wife. longer visit with her grandmother.Mrs. Von Mach, Mrs. W. C. Prewitt, Mrs.R. MRS. O. A. JONES HOSTESS AT Mrs. F. L. Tatom, of Lake Worth,

Y. Patterson,'"Mrs. A. O. Ward, TEA FOR VISITORS FRIDAYMrs. who has spent two weeks here visiting (.

A. R. Broadfoot and R. R. Hooks N. V. S. Mumford 'entertain- Mrs. W. E. Boltdn, Mrs. F. M.: Mr. and Mrs.: W. Dean King,
: were business visitors in Jacksonville at her home J. F. Morrison was given a farewell party by Mrs
ed a small group at tea Rodriguez, Mrs. ; H. V. Briant and Mrs. J. '
I this week. Monday afternoon. The guests were Mrs. C. L. McClendon, Mrs. B. A. .W. Francis' were given a farewell "King Monday evening. The party'
Miss- -Catherine C. E. Miner; Mrs. F. played Michigan, and_ Mrs. King
Mrs. Oliver Thompson Bourne, Mrs. ,tea Friday afternoon by Mrs. O. A.
Mr. and Mrs. Julian Dixon, and Moran, Mrs. F. Deane Duff, E. Conkling, Mrs. C. L. Downs, Mrs. Jones. Mrs. Briant, mother of awarded first prize to Mrs.. E. W.
son, Robert, Mrs. Fred Topper and H. A.' Bes- A. Martinez, Durst and low to Mrs. C. J. Lov
TMrs. C.
Mrs.
Mrs. W. C. Owen, Frank Mueller, Mrs., Jones, and Mrs. Francis, mother -
Mrs. A. H. King spent' the weekend tor, Mrs. H. T. Vaughn' and:' Mrs. Miss Ruth Knight and Miss .Barbara of Mrs. H. A. Bestor, left over i vorn. Mrs. Tatom received a guest

in Tampa. .G. B. Rackstraw. Morrison. the week-end, 'for their homes' in I remembrance.

and Atlanta and St. Paul, after spend- Playing: were Mrs. Tatom Mrs.

Mr. and Mrs. John Lucaa Wed- Mr. and Mrs. V. C. Woodwardare MRS. WILLARD BRYANT ing several months here. Durst, Mrs.. Lovvorn, Mrs. A. L.
returned
daughter Sandra, STORK SHOWERMrs. Mrs. ,H. R. Hall, Mrs. 0.
visit with; relatives leaving Saturday for a month's HONORED .AT Attending the tea were Mrs. Hackett, ,
nesday, from a Mrs. Carl E. John
and
visit Mrs. A. Jones,
will
vacation. They Briant, Mrs. Francis, Mrs. H. A.
in New York. Woodward's mother, Mrs. R. L. Edna Cox and Mrs. J. C. Bestor, Mrs ,Harry 'Vaughrt, Mrs. son.

Miss Hazel Humble of Moore Merritt, in Sparta, Ga., for a short Varnadoe were joint hostesses at W. P. Vaughn, Mrs. M. W. Bigg

Haven spent the week-end in time, and go on to Roxboro- N. C., a stork shower Monday afternoon Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, Mrs. H. C.. FOR RENT-One' 2-room furnished

with her sister, Miss for a visit with Mr. Woodward's complimenting Mrs. Willard Bryant. Kolstad and Mrs. E. C. Mills. cottage.. One bachelor apart
Clewiston Humble.Mrs. mother and sister. The party was given at the home of ment. Lights and water furnished.Mrs. .

I ,Lucy __ -- Mrs. Marion Lee. SENIOR CLASS GIVEN PARTY M.- D. Royals. I 3t.

and Mrs. Leo Kolstad was hostess A pleasant hour was spent in AT OGLESBY HOME TUESDAYMiss
T. P. Forbes Mrs. H:" C. 'I -
in
and suggesting -
and contests
:
afternoon games
Wheeler of West Palm Beach spent at an informal tea Wednesday honor APARTMENT FOR RENTEastClewiston
the guest.
the, week-end here with Mr. and for Mrs. Oliver Thompson, baby names to served by the Julianne Oglesby was hostess I : Inn. O. A. Clark. tf.
Cake and punch were
Mrs. C. L. McLendon.Mrs. I guest of Mrs. F. Deane Duff._ Mrs. members of the Senior Classat
W. W. Bryant,
Kolstad's guests were Mrs. Thompson hostesses to Mrs. a party at the home or'h r par-
Mrs. M. C.
Carl 'C. McClure of Miami Mrs. Duff, Mrs. N. V. S. Mum- Mrs. Herbert Bryant, ents, 'Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Oglesby,
Varnadoe Mrs. J. A. Marsh, Mrs. Walter F. Purdon
,
spent Monday night and Tuesday ford, Mrs. H. A. Bestor, Mrs. 0. Tuesday evening. Dr.
Contos, H. B. Hamblin, Mrs.B. ,
Maud
with, her daughter, Mrs. A. C. A. Jones and Mrs. M. W. Bigg. C. Thompson, Mrs. O. E. Tyler, The class members enjoyed an Osteopathic Physician And
Carlton and family.Mr. evening of dancing and games. Re- Surgeon
Mrs. Gordon
Mrs.: Otha Forster,
Robert. and Lloyd 'Kelly visited Mat- freshments of sandwiches; cakes and Hopkins Building'
Mrs. S. H. Cox. Mrs.
and Mrs. H. T., Vaughn, Mrs. E. E: Kelly at the cottage the Bemby, Mrs. John Prevatt, iced drinks were served. Invited MONDAYS and FRIDAYS _

Sonny and Harry, and '''Mrs. W. P. Kellys have taken at Fort Myers tie Johnson, Mrs, Etta were Misses Margaret Von Mach, 10 A. :M.to9P.M.
Mrs. Robert Daniels, Hare,
Vaughn, Sr., were visitors Sundayin Beach. Mrs. Kelly returned with I Frealy, Miss Lucille Granthamand Leah Richaud, ...Renee WethIngton, For Appointment, 323MECHANICAL Call Mrs. -

iami. them Thursday night and will re-I Miss Betty Stough.

main here till Saturday. Mrs. T. Mrs. B. C. 'Thompson assisted
Mrs. Ruth B. Owens spent a few B. Shelley, who has been with her
and contests. Many
with the games CLEWISTONTINNING
days the first of the :week with her in Fort Myers, returned to Miami in a STRUCTURALARCHITECTURAL
arranged
sisters, Mrs. R. H. Bras, and Mrs. -, lovely gifts were & PLUMBING SHOP DESIGNSMaps
Thursday pink and blue bassinet and presented \ Estimates
in Okeechobee.Mrs. -
Olin Pearce
to Mrs. Bryan I Anything in Plumbing FixturesPrompt
'DOTY
BAPTISTS MAKE"PLANS FOR JOHN H.
Willie Shackleford of Fort Efficient Service Consultant
VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL: BRIDGE CLUBS MEET Engineering
spending a few !:
'is"
Lauderdale ; PETER CHRISTENSEN, ,Mgr. Hopkins Bldg. Clewiston,. Fla.Johnson's .
weeks here visiting Mr. and Mrs.J. .
The Baptist Church workers, under Mrs. J. W. Ezelle was hostess ,
A. McGehee.Mr. :
the direction of Rev. IIC.. Wednesday afternoon to membersof

completing plans .for a her bridge club. Nylon hose, I
: and Mrs. O. A. Jones and Meador, are, I.
I daughter, Marianne, were in West Vacation Bible School to begin as first prize, were awarded to J. M. COUSE Fish CampNear

Palm Beach Saturday, accompanying June 15th and continue. ,for two' Mrs. R. N. Smith, and a bread' board .

I Mrs. H. V. Briant who left for weeks. and knife, as cut prize, was given Counselor and Attorney at I aw ( Hurricane Gate), .

I her home in Atlanta. Three groups are to be' organized Mrs. Carl E. Johnson. Hopkins Building Clewiston, Fla. Service

I for instruction; the Beginners, A dessert, course was served by I Wednesdays and Saturdays Boats and Motors-Guide

a Mrs. Sidney Crochet and. daugh- ages 4 and 5; the Primary group, Mrs. Ezelle to Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Rates ReasonableW.

r ter, Sharon, and her mother, Mrs. I ages 6 through 8, and the Junior Johnson, Mrs. G. B. Thomas, Mrs.D. 0:80 to 4:00 H. Johnson, Mgr.

Arthur Bong, left Monday for a I group, ages 9 through 12. G. Alston, Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs.
I
Mrs. L. C. Miller
W. H. Lanier,
dura- ----- -
month's
vacation visit of a Mrs. G. E. Wenzloff, Mrs. Jack

: tion in Sioux City, Iowa. Himrod, Mrs. Arch 'Hodges, Mrs. and Mrs. Keathley Bowden. N N : N N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:M:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N.N:N:M:N:N:..:N:N:N:N:N:.
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I -- E., M.: ,Cornette, Mrs. Walker Nall entertainedher ,
I Mrs. J. M. Fountain, manager of and Mrs. Clayton Waters will assist Mrs. A. C. Carlton
Wed- .!.
home
club at her
the local Western Union Telegraph with the course and are. meeting bridge ;. ...
Wil- .
Company, is on vacation for' a few twice weekly with the pastor to nesday afternoon. Mrs. Jimmy

weeks. Miss Maxine Doty' is substituting complete plans and to study,. son won first prize and receiveda

for her in the office. ing methods and subjects to ,b teach-I Mrs.dress V. length C. Woodward of summer won material lingerie, -" Decoration l

at the, school. I :
Mrs. Manning Carter and chil- as second prize. ,' ,::
I 1 Mrs. Carlton served a salad plateto : : ..
dren of Monks Corner, S. C., arrived CLASS -- .
SUNDAY SCHOOL .
Mrs. Woodward, -
Mrs. Wilson,
this week for a visit with her %
,_ parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Redish, SPENDS DAY ON PICNIC Mrs. Foy Durrence, Mrs. Harrell, : i
-;, Mrs. A. L. Hackett, Mrs.: R. J. Lee, t '
at their home in South Clewiston.
The Willing ,Workers Class of Mrs. Harry Knight. and Mrs. R. M. : : ;:< c .':/ .

Mrs. E. W. Dilley is leaving the Community all-day Sunday picnic_School at Fort en- Hare, Jr. I : : : ;: ,,..-" .' ,- Day '.,.:,,,<,, :. I_ .

Sunday to visit ,her parents in 'joyed ail 'I I ::%: '_ ,.:.'<. '' '
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?
Beach Thursday. Accompanied HOSTESS' ,- : ,: ; .
Laurel Falls, Pa., and to attend flyers MRS. CONKLIN :
by their teachers, Mrs. W. 'H. AT CARD PARTY THURSDAYMrs. :: .%.
summer school at University of .%.
Lanier and Mrs. C. E. Berner and

Pennsylvania.Jack -- two other chaperones;. Mrs. A. O. W. C. Prewitt received high ,
AI
Himrod and Ed Altman ,Ward and Mrs. W. C. Owen, the score at the bridge game yesterday I :
1 group drove to the beach; in the afternoon when Mrs. F. E. Conk- ,
were visitors in Belle Glade Tuesday "
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\ afternoon. Mr. Altman wentto morning. : ling entertained with a card party i :

visit his new grandson, who was The party carried a picnic lunch at her new home on Royal Palm j J 'I J.

born Monday to Mr. and Mrs. 'with them, and spent the day swim- avenue. Mrs. Prewitt's prize was :

"'", % Everett Waters. ming and enjoying beach sports. a perfume and toilet water set. I

'- Making; the trip were Jo Ann Honor prize, a box of bath powder' .%.

Rev. and Mrs. E. R. Weidler of Crouch, Carline Berner, Grace went to Mrs. Keathley Bowden. Mrs. ; J i

Princeton, N. J., arrived in Clew- Ward,, Shirley Owen, Mary Louise J. F. Morrison won first prize at I I

.istou ,yesterday and are occupyingthe \Thomas, Billy Arnette, Christineand Michigan and received lingerie. .. __
manse. Rev. Weidler Is the June Espenlaub, Harriet and Fruit salad with hot cheese toast '%. estWeForet'L

supply minister for the Community Carol Joy Alston, Rachel Miner, and iced'tea was served by the .Y%. .
;Church for the summer. Louise and Anne Prewitt,' and Bob hostess to ,Mrs. Harry Vaughn, Mrs. I % : ::
Berner. W. P. Vaughn, Sr., Mrs. E. W. :.%%:. .

o Mrs. R. N.. Smith, Miss Maud .%.
Mrs. R. 'L. S of Miami arrived Dilley,
Tuesday to be with her mo- NADINE BEMBY CELEBRATESHER Smith, Mrs. K. Bowden, Mrs. W. 1 ..%%... .

ther, Mrs. Lula Geiger, who was FIFTH BIRTHDAY MONDAYMrs. C, Prewitt, Mrs. Wallace-- Arey, .%. 'L'LI
quite ill at the home of her daughter Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, Mrs. H. A.

Mrs. L. L. Lowe, in South Gordon Bemby entertained Bestor, Mrs. C. J. Nielsen" Mrs. W. A
Clewiston.Mrs. with a children's party Monday to W. Perry, Mrs O. A. Jones Mrs.

celebrate the fifth birthday of her M. W. Bigg and Mrs. Morrison. -

', Jack Himrod and children daughter, Nadine.A AA

'.t., returned Sunday from 'a visit with pink 'and white color scheme, CARD OF" THANKS

'', relatives in Wauchula. Mrs. Him- was used in the decorations and I f
rod's mother, Mrs. A. M. Marsh, on the birthday cake, which was We wish to express our' deep Y

returned with them for a. two served to the guests with ice cream. appreciation for the many acts of Y Y

weeks' visit., Baskets of candy were given as kindness, the words of, ,comfort and YA

"',- favors to the children.. the beautiful floral offerings' the YA y'A

Miss Edyth? Nell Cornette has I j Bernie Thompson won first prizein death of our beloved mother, Mrs.\ Y Y

returned from":,?keland where she a contest, and received a color Lula Geiger, y ,
attends Florida 9Uthern College book as prize. Attending were MRS. L. L. LOWE A y'A

and will spend the summer with her Wanda Bemby, Duane Waldron, MRS. R. L. SAXON .=. 'i'
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nizable landmark, such as a creek or 1 .
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a river or a mountain. Is ,that I IMPROVED
clear?" UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL

"I think so," I dubiously respond-

1nt Y ed."In 1
the case of the Chakitana SUNDAY

claim," ,he proceeded, "the anchor- LessonBy

. BY ARTHUR STRINGER W. N.U. Service ing landmark is the Big Squaw HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST. D. D. Granulated honey can be restored -
Creek. But,the Trumbull plat shows Dean of The Moody Bible Instituteof to its natural form by plac-

TIlE STORY SO FAR the Big Squaw to be where he wantsit -Released by Western Newspaper Union.) ing it in' hot water.
Sidney Lander, mining engineer, U en But all It not smooth In the great valley and not where your father first .

gaged to Barbara Trumbull, but appar experiment. found it. And Trumbull's intentionis Rinsing hair brushes in a solu-
Matanuska Eric the Red makes an Inflammatory Lesson June
ently loves Carol Coburn for 1
Carol also speaks and Eric to fly in with the Registrar of tion of alum water will stiffen up
school teacher. Salarla Bryson, a big speech. up '
out-door girl also loves him. Carol's tops her. A shot rings out and Soek-Eye Mines and a couple of official surveyors the bristles. v
father died with an unproven claim Schlupp, an old "sourdough" friend of the and have his plat reading Lessen and subjects copyrighted and Scripture by International texts selected *
which Trumbull Is contesting. Lander quits Coburns. pistol In hand orders Eric to confirmed." Council of Religious Education: used by Oven-burned dishes can be
permission.
his employ, becomes field manager for the dance. Sock-Eye Is ordered arrested but "Then what are we to do?" I cleaned by soaking them in a so-
vanishes. Salaria also has lution of borax and water.
government's Matanuska Valley project. gone. asked."I BROADENING CHRISTIAN .
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INSTALLMENT XVI want you there as ow>Aer." was HORIZONS, :, THE ANTIOCH
To keep fruit from falling to the
his answer, "when that official sur- MOVEMENT
Salaria didn't come back that than you do. She was, in fact, barbarously is made." bottom of a cake try adding the
vey
night. By the following' noon, her 'frank about it all." fruit before you have stirred in
"But how I asked to
? trying
LESSON
father became alarmed. He even i Lander stiffened., GOLDEN TEXT-Acts 111930. any flour. Do not dredge it with
speak calmly. TEXT-For I am not ashamedof ;
appeared at the Administration I "Then there's nothing much for flour. .
the
gospel of Christ: for It is the powerof
"We'll he
Building and asked for help. And it me to say. go by plane, explained, God unto salvation to everyone that be-
seemed the most natural thing in That brought a vibrata of passionand "as soon as I"can get one in hereto lleveth; to the Jew first, and also to the

the world that Lander and his lean- hurt pride into Barbara Trum- pick us up. Greek.-Romans 1:16.

nosed Sandy should be among those bull's voice when she spoke."I I hurried on to explain to Katie.
who hurriedly made ready and suppose not," she cried. "Es- But Katie, when I found her in Doc- Scattered abroad! As the flying

trailed out into the surrounding hillsin pecially, as it isn't the first time tot Ruddock's new surgery sur- sparks and embers from a fire whichis m .6.)

search of her. Why Lander head- you've indulged your penchant for rounded by crates and boxes, didn't wildly beaten will light many new

ed out past the Happy Day I don't nocturnal romance." seem greatly interested. fires, just so persecution of the early

know. But I do happen to know I made no response to that oblique "Why the sudden grandeur?" I Christians sent them abroad and W6I

that when Barbara Trumbull inter- thrust. But Lander's movement as asked that tight-lipped lady as I established new centers for the

cepted him on the outer trail and he, stepped between us seemed almost watched her hanging curtains in the preaching of the gospel. Verse 19

offered to join him in what she a sheltering one. wide-windowed living room that of our lesson connects with Acts 8:4.The : HENRY HILL

termed his gesture of gallantry, he "That's about enough," he said still smelled of fresh paint. ministry of Philip in Samariawas

promptly and firmly declined her in a voice as hard as nails. "Then you haven't heard?" que- paralleled by that of others in POUND A BETTER WAY

companionship. This, apparently, "I'll say it is," cried the lady to ried Katie. "It's that boss of mine, Phenice, Cyprus, and now in Anti- FOR SPEEDY WRcnNG.HE .
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piqued the lady from' the superin- whom life must have brought very getting the nest ready for the new och. That great city was not far' INVENTED rUEFIRST"

tendent's lodge, for she later visit- few frustrations. And it was all ladybird." from Jerusalem, but it was far from TYPEWRITER! 1

ed Katie's tent office and made in- so futile and foolish that I felt vaguely "You don't," I demanded, "meanthe God. A mighty city, rich in trade, 'IN 1714.

quiries as to the character and appearance -' sorry for her. For with a shaking nurse from Seattle?" it was also 'deep in all kinds of sin;

of the missing Artemis. right hand she drew a ring from "Of course I mean the nurse from but there it pleased God to establisha

And it obviously didn't add to her her ,finger and with a little gasp of Seattle," was Katie's even-toned,re- great center of Christian testi-

questioner's happiness when Katie I anger flung it at Lander. ply. "She's sent up her silver and mony. God loves to do new thingssee

informed her visitor that Salaria I' She flung it badly. It went past linen. And ,the lady herself landsat ( for example II Cor. 5:17; Isa.

Bryson was the most superb specimen I'the; tight-lipped man and landed in Seward on Friday." Katie adjusted 43:19; Ps. 33:3; Rev. 21:5): .

of vital and lawless woman- the: road dust a dozen paces away. a curtain pin and stepped I. A New Church (vv. 19-21).

hood she'd ever clapped eyes on. But Lander disregarded it. He mere- down from her chair. "They're to What a splendid church it was!
Here in the midst of the most evil
be married at Anchor-
It was unfortunate, I suppose,that on Saturday
Lander should have been the searcher age. And Ruddy wants everything surroundings the sweet flower of rue BETTER WAY TO TREAT
who eventually found Salaria. He shipshape when they swing back to Christian faith grew, as it so often CONSTIPATION
does.It DUE TO LACK OF
succeeded in her late the Palmer on Sunday."
locating ,
church built faith- PROPER"BULK" IN THE WET! 15 TOCORRECT
was a upon a
second evening, half way up the She smiled a little, at my gasp of THE CAU5G OF THE(
ful God's chosen wit-
of Indian Mountain in but in those Celtic testimony by
slope Big an protest, deep eyes TROUBLE wrrw A DELICIOUS
impromptu camp behind a wind- of hers I, could see the light of nesses "preaching the Lord Jesus" KOIOSG'S
break. For she was woodsman tragedy. (v. 20). Their names are not noted, CEREAL, 4
but their and its blessed AU:t3ZAU... EAT
enough to take care of herself in the a fr' message is, frp fIT
results. It was a gathering place EVERY DAY All nAND
open. When Sandy nosed her out, in CHAPTER XX '
fact she bear for all people-Jews and Gentiles. Vm flENTY
was quietly ,broiling
1Y& The disciples from Jerusalem OF WATER. .
steaks over a campfire. But she had It's odd how -
destiny
can hinge on
preached at first only to the Jews,
been unable to
apparently, resume
small and unforeseen In this
things.
her homeward journey because oVa but God sent others (v. 20)), who
it than
'dM case was nothing bigger a
hurt ankle incurred when she hada preached His grace to the 'Gentiles.
that the from!
Swift
safety pin proved god Report
hand-to-hand 6 Note also that the Antioch churchwas
encounter with
a
the machine. Report, that which no evil thingof
wounded black bear. There a living witness. "The hand of
may For our flight in to the Chakitana the Lord with them"-little any kind is more swift, in-
was
have been to the
some question as
wasn't as prompt as Lander had ex- creases with travel and gains
wonder then that "a number
extent of her injury, but the bear great
pected."I strength by its progress.-Vergil.
carcass was there to substantiateher believed and were turned to the
can't get a plane in today," he, Lord." Your chUrch-and mine-
story of the encounter.
explained. "Eery ship within flying -!
might learn much by"studying the
They had to ,rest and make campon distance either chartered'or
seems ;
the way, which took up a night spoken for. And in that I detect'; church at Antioch.II. .

and a day The. ankle, I gathered, Trumbull's fine Italian hand.". A New Fellowship (w. 22-26). j4ARGESTSItLET1Oc

grew worse, and for some of the The genius of Christianity is fel
His remained the So, having no choice in the mat-:
distance Salaria surrendered her in- eyes on
Those who have religious
lowship. a
vanishing ter, I waited. The Project was like;
dependence'of spirit to the extent of car. a prospector's pan: what seemed,, belief which makes them exclusivenot

permitting her rescuer to carry her. ly stood there, rather gray of face, ,like[ foolish agitation was really a'' willing to fellowship with other Regulated Plans

At other times, by clinging to his studying the woman in the driver's sorting out of the true metal, with Christians-do not truly, represent Men's plans should be regulatedby

shoulder, she was able to hobble seat who so abruptly threw in her the weaklings and the'rubbish slowly their Lord. the circumstances,,I not circum-

along at Lander's side. And I could clutch and,roared off down the long- washed out over the rim of the! When the church at Jerusalem stances by the plans.-Livy.

imagine how the forlornly' primitive shadowed roadway.I North. heard the good news, they sent Bar-

heart of that dusky Artemis went picked up the ring and held it Week by week, the real workers, nabas to help the new converts and
pit-a-pat against her ribs when she establish fellowship. He was the
out to Lander.; were taking root and making their
felt those sustaining arms about her. ideal man to send for 'he was a
"You'd better keep this, I said. half-finished homes a little more liv- ,
But the final of that safariwasn't
portion "It'll all straighten out in time." able, or building fences and sheds, good man.' It is far more impor-
as harmonious as it 'might or clearing and draining and seed- tant that a man be good than that
But Lander didn't seem to hear ,. Joolq
have been. For it DI
happened to beJohn'Trumbull's me. His eyes remained on the van- ing more land-and discovering it'to he be brilliant if he is to edify young
car that picked Sa- rich land land that converts. He was 'full of the Holy
ishing car, even when '''I forced the be incredibly ,
laria up, just beyond the'Happy Day, could thirty-pound cabbage- Ghost.' He was also 'full of faith,'
ring into his hand. Then he lookedat grow I
and carried her to her father's door.
like heads and Climax oats that wouldrun and no man that is not, need under- 1
: me, a sleepwalker suddenly
Lander for
discernible
quite rea- : awakened. sixty-five bushels to the acre. take the work of instructing and
sons, declined to ride in that car
with his charge. And Trumbull's I "Do you believe that rot?" he The twenty-hour summer day developing young converts, especially Powerful Necessity
challenged. breathed warmth into that black converts from heathenism so darkas Necessity when threatening is
view of the
ad-
openly expressed
venture in no added to Sam I tried, quite without success, to bowl, touching the dead silt into life, that in Antioch. He was free from more powerful than device of

Bryson's peace way of mind., laugh the tragedy out of his face. "I steaming, abundant, explosive life.Itbrought the love of gold (4:36, 37). He was man.-Rufus.

went,through much the same thing, growth that one could almost free from personal ambition and

"The first thingsuggested, "is without any apparent peril," I reminded see with the naked eye, hay jealousy in his work (vv. 25, 26). He
to have Doctor Ruddock look at that
him. "I've always rather that could hide a team of horses, a was very sharp-eyed to see the sincerity
ankle of
yours. banked on your honesty." tropical prodigality of growth, rank and promise of a young con- 6t10 f
Salaria, however, promptly de- vert (9:27). 'When he was come, DAUOltocu
"Then you trust me? he asked in and 'arrogant, gargantuan vegeta-
clined the services of Doctor Rud- a disturbingly lowered voice.I bles, grain as high as a man's head, and had seen the grace of God, (he])

dock. She agreed, in the end, to let tried to keep my heartbeats too rank with straw, peas and vetch was glad' (John W. Bradbury). sonic ,
bring Katie and her first-aid kit ,
me
Into this fellowship of life and
in
steady under the questioning gaze that smothered themselves their new
the shack. :
to
that rested on my face. The barriers, own luxuriance sweet-peas that service the gracious and generous ljt3o .b 4ja IDJtl1IgS
"Will she be all right? I asked
cabin and smotherit Barnabas brought a new evangelistSaul
I felt, were finally down betweenus. could over-run a
as Katie's Black Maria went lurch- It was only my woman's pride, in bloom before frost cut the mad God's,prepared man for this
back to Palmer.Katie's '
ing 'CessedRetieliRHEUMATISMS
I suppose, that made me fight back growth short, berry-brambles that hour.
Celtic gray eyes met mine. the impulse to comfort him in his became a forest, muskegsurfacesthat III. A New Name (vv. 26-30). ? !

"It's not her ankle that needed unhappiness."Of turned into a choked tangleof Christian, the beautiful .name ot

strapping up," announced the Red course," I answered. grass and alder and cranberry, those who follow Christ was first

Cross nurse. "It's that manyhungry "Then, you'll have to keep on at tilled gardens where potatoes grewas used at Antioch. It may have held

"heart of hers that needs atten- it," he grimly asserted. big as footballs, where carrots a measure contempt (see Acts

tion. "Why?" I asked with a creepingsense were .like war-clubs, '''where one 26:28: ; I Pet. 4:16), but it was a

Katie smiled at" my small and of disappointment. strawberry could fill a teacup. remarkably suitable name for those BUREAU OFSTANDARDS

meditative, "Oh! "Because I've just had word The tillers of that soil may have who had come out of paganism now
'
"Isn't it a bad sprain?" I inquired. Trumbull's putting through his can- ondered where their-ultimate markets to live, in'their old surroundings, a

"There's something there all cellation of your Chakitana claim. were to be. But they tapped its new life, a separated life.

right," conceded Katie. "But I've He's to head through to the mines richness and were stunned by its This name "combines Jewish

seen girls dance half a night on a there as soon as a plane can pick rewards. And much of the glory, I I thought with Greek and Latin language -

foot worse than that." him 'up." also knew, went to the women who and thus, like the inscriptionon A BUSINESS

This gave me something to think It failed to stir me as it should ,worked at their side. the cross, bears witness to the

about. have. There was a cloud on my They had waited so long'to get universality of Christianity as a re- organization which wantsto

"You mean," I suggested, "that heart, I -remembered- more impor- into homes of their own that there ligion for the whole world. The idea get the most for the

Salaria wasn't as helpless as she tant than mine claims. But men, was some excuse for the noisy and of 'Christ' (Messiah) is Jewish; the money sets up standard

pretended?" I also remembered, too often pre- foolish ,way they kept celebratingevery substantive 'Christ' (Christos) is whatis
which to judge
Katie's laugh was slightly enig- ferred facing a hard fight to utter- escape from tent life. Each Greek, and the adjectival termina- by

matic. ing soft words. one of those rough-and-ready house- tion 'ian'ianus) is Latin offered to it, just as in

When I stopped at the post office "It's not easy to understand," he warmings had meant an all-night I I I This new name was intended to introduce Washington the govern-

for my mail I saw Lander's truck 'patiently explained. "But your father's party, with mouth organs and ac-'!'i and mark the difference be- ment maintains a bureau

there. A moment later Lander himself patent was granted and re cordions and much to eat and drink. ; tween Jews and Gentiles on the one :

came out with an open letterin corded. There's no dispute about Yet now and then a more gracious ;: hand, and those who, whether Jews I I of Standards. "...

his hand. He looked harried and that. But the Territory has a large note had struck through the rougher I I or Gentiles, were followers of Jesus .You have own

haggard.Just area of unsurveyed land, land remote noise. When the Saari family, sedate -I Christ The term 'Christian' I can' your

then the Trumbull car from any center of popula- Finns from Wisconsin, com- I evidently points to the Person of Bureau of Standards, too. .

swerved in and shuddered to a stop tion. The Chakitana falls under that memorated their accession to their Christ, and to those who are associated -i Just consult the advertising -

close beside the truck of battleship- heading. So the'field notes of.a survey -' five-room bungalow of spruce logs, with Him as His followers. It I columns of news-

gray. Alone' in the driver's seat was for any claim there, where the they first sprinkled salt on the door- implies and involves union and close your

Barbara Trumbull, with her face survey is not tied to corner. : of the step and then conducted a service of association with Christ" (W. H. Griffith paper. They safecriard

pale and her eyes flashing fire. 'public survey,. has to be tied to a prayer in the living room where the Thomas). your purchasing "power
"I've just seen the heroine of your location or what they call a min- carpenters' shavings still littered thf of
Those believers at Antioch not j every day every year.
mountain adventure, she said. "She eral monument, something showing floor.,
seems Jess ashamed of the situation definite adjacence to some recog- (TO BE CONTINUED: only bore the name, they practiced j
the life of Christ.
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By VIRGINIA VALE scream for her father."
(Released by Western Newspaper Union.) "What'did you do?" ,
I
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-*- Edward Arnold than usual in
L Lfli I Heredity is something every
"Nothing But the Truth"slimmer man believes in till his son beginsto

by 35 pounds, as a matterof act like a fool.

fact. The reducing wasn't intentional -
Good Grief!
Arnold barked his
; Speaker-Now, ladies and gen-
shin in a plane, developed blood tlemen, I want to tax your mem-

.. 4 poisoning, and off went the 35
pounds. As all"the action of the pic- ory.Voice in the Audience-Heavens,
ture takes place during 24 hours, he has it come to that?
had to be careful not to gain even a
few ounces while it was being made. ONE'S ENOUGH
He's to have the top role in "The
Devil and Daniel Webster" next-
as a result of an accident sufferedby

Thomas Mitchell.----7r-- kt4ftI :

.. Bing Crosby and Bob Hope were'
to take the "Road to Moscow" In -I
their next "Road" picture, but cur- _
rent events made it seem advisableto
change the title, so instead they'll
I I
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After all, darling, we
: !! ----7: Christy- .
have only one life to live.
f Ellen Drew's good work in "The Frank-With prices going up the
Parson of Panamint" caused her way they are, it's a' lucky thing
studio to buy "The Silver Queen"as that one is our limit.
f a future starring vehicle for her.
s She'll play a New York girl of
w wealth in the 1880s-the girl's father Saying Something
' l(
: "Pie been asked for references for
our last maid. What on earth can I say
: "Well, she has a good appetite and
sleeps well."
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"People living together for a
iFT VW i /1 long time get to look alike."
"Here's your- ring. I daren't-
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EIGHT THE CLEWISTON NEWS
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E. '. ':w,. .:' '. 'n."" ':'" Dick ,Owen.' A.. D. Frith? ,a member Trice, : Lionel and Clifford Beatty," 'I'AItA3Io 'j
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of the class; was unable to at- Charles Benbow and Bobby Williams SP
WEEK
Film tend because of illness. .
Educational

i The Juniors were Louise Roath, i : ). _'\

I Edna! Leiter, Beulah Guthrie, Mary "Man BITES .DOG" STORY' '

Jerry Wilcox entertained the Johnson, Junior Waters, John Be- COMES TRUE AT DAYTONA I and : I lIatha-

local Kiwanis Club at their meetingat thea, Hager 'Lowe, Gus Cantrell, Hof I I Sparks' by

the Inn Wednesday night by Charles Turner and Paul Pullen Daytona Beach, May 28-(FNS) .

showing two educational films which The faculty members attending i Florida, I from
-A typical "man bites dog" story I I
were much enjoyed. One of the were Principal R. W. Turk, Mrs. The popular.'f Flor-
came to life here last week whena I I
films was entitled "City and Farm G. B. Thomas, Mrs. J. E. Baker, houses when
"fish fisherman.
caught j i [
March Together" and'the other Mrs. E. H. Holstine, Miss Lucy filed
Buddy Stewart, ipco.1 angler, state of
"Forward America." Humble, Joel P. Keen and Miss .
fishing for salt water trout from a der i
Ruth Knight.. I I
Halifax River bridge, made the ued at

Ebersbach Bids Low I mistake of tying his line to his Sparks' merit f

RegistrationContinued wrist. A playful porpoise swish-I I new

On Airport Work, ing about in the waters below, became the,, state- : be su

I I snarled in the line, jerking "drive-in".
( from Page I) I
the
Buddy from bridge. I ing very
.' Ebersbach Construction Company (I Subscription Paid
name, address, age and present oc- I ,
made the low bid -. '
of Tampa I \
cupation. In addition each person I ,

and contract has been awarded for will be asked to check, from along CLERK'S NOTICE OF FILING BILL OF COMPLAINT .
the grading and paving of three IN. THE CIRCUIT COURT OF. TilE TWELFTH JU DICAL -
list of vocations of CIRCUIT OF TILE
thosein
STATE
the Vero Beach air- any I IN AND FOR HENDRY COUNTY, IN CHANCERY '. OF FLORIDA_ ,
runways on which he has had some experience I CITY OF 'CLEWISTON, a municipal' corporation, Complainant,
port. The. bid. was $248,000. The I DELINQUENT, Defendant. vs. CERTAIN LANDS UPON WHICH TAXES ARE
are 4100 ., feet in length You are hereby notified that the City of Clewiston, a municipal
runways corporation has
the above named court to foreclose filed Its bill of
delinquent complaint in
Tax Certificates :
I Hendry will not wish to and Unpaid
County <
each and 150 feet wide. terest and penalties, upon the parcels of land set forth in the following Taxes for Subsequent Years with 'in-
The same company bid Iowan'' fall down on .this job. Perhaps being in the City of Clewlston, Hendry County, Florida, the aggregAte amount schedule of, said all Tixa&raf1cels lYing and
feel that the is not closeto 'Taxes for Subsequent Years against said respective parcels of land, ncates and Unpaid -
the Lantana airport work but this you war being set opposite such parcels In the following schedule, to-wit: as. set forth in said complaint,

job was out 'of the jurisdiction of America and that it is a wasteof The General Plan of Clc vlston, Florida, an Sept ember 7, 1037.,

the local U. S. Engineer office. time to worry about it now but .. 2, pages 71 to 78, Include, Public Record" of ,, endry county, Florida according to- plat recorded in Plat Book

Washington doesn't think so and DESCRIPTION OF LANDS: A
AMOUNT OFjrAX CERTIFICATES oTKAVu'gsT'ySiSf*
-ENGLISH OFFICER HERE the heads of the government may Tax. Year

.-- be more familiar with what is Tax Year_
Lot, Block 1932 1933
needed than are we. It will require 30 23 $ $ 934 1931936: 1937 1938 1939 1940
TOTAL.
A. R. Burns, an English army $ $ 6.25 $ 6.25 $ 6.60 7.00
little effort to fill out one 31 23 (Bal) 4.94 6.25 6.65 6.5 .__ 39:40':
officer who has been stationed in 1 1'132 23. 6.25 6..25 66..60 7.00 C.65 6.5 ._.,_. 38.09 1
Ceylon for the past four years, of the questionnaires next Thurs- 23 26 6.30 3.80 3.80 4.55 4.55 4.80 7,00 6.65 C.G5 ,._..._ 39.40.
5.00
]I 24 26 6.30 3.80 475 475
day. | 3.80 423( '
4.55 4.55 -"--
spent two days in Clewiston this 25 26 6.30 3.80 3.80 4.55 4.55 4.80 5.00 4'75 4'75 ...---- 42'30
week on inspection of drainage and It is hoped that Hendry Countycan 26 26 6.30 380 3.80 4.55 4.55 4.80 4.80 5.00 5.00 4:75: 4'75 -'''- 4"30:
4'75 ;
4.75
27 26 6.30 3.80
II 3.80 42.330-
Irrigation work in this area. He be' registered 100 per cent. 28 26 6.30 3.80 3.80 4.55 4.55 4.55 4.55 4.80 4.80 5.00 4.75 4'75 ------- 42"30'
this inspec- 29 26 6.30 3.80 3.80 5.00 4.75 4.75 4'0'
accompanied on 4.55 4.55
was 4.80 5:00:
4:75:
30 6.30 4:75: =:
26 3.80 :
R. 3.80 4.55 42.3 f 0
tion by W. C. Nall of the U. S. A. GROUP :MEETS 4 139 6.58 3.38 3.38 4.04 4.04 4.55 4.80 5.00 4.75 4.75 4"0 r..
Engineers. I AT MRS. JflLLER'S 9 141. ., 3.10 3.10 3.70. 3.70 4.26 4.40 4.18 4:18: = 37:44:
12 ... .,171 7.02 4.22 4.22.,5.06 5.06 3.90 4.00 3.86 3.80.._._ 29.10
Mr. Burns is now on eight- 6 '176 3.02 3.02 5.34 5.60 5.70 5.70 ___ '47.92
months leave from active army duty 176 3.18 3.20 3.80 3.80 __ 20.021
The R. A.'s of the First Baptist 6 195 5.10 3.10 3.10 3.70 3.70 2.75 5.00 5.70 5.70 19.15
but is on a semi-official assign- their 23 195 6.30 3.80 3.80 4.55 4.55 3.90 4.00 3.80 3,80.x_ 34.20
Church met at the home of 4.80
4 '196 5.10 3.10 5.00 4.75 22.80 _..
ment of gathering data for drainage 3.10 3.70 3.70" 3.90 60.35
,
counselor, Mrs. Leslie C. Miller, 7 201 3.70 3.70 4.00 3.80 3.80 __ 34.20
and irrigation work for the 10 202 3.10 4.00 4.75 4.75 .
3.10 90:90:
Monday afternoon for a business 3.70 3.70 3.90, 4.00 -- ;
380 3'80
English in Ceylon. meeting.. 13 204 5.10 3.10 3.10 3.70 3.70 3.90 4.00 3:80: 3:80: ::=: 34:20 29.10-:
I Attending were Buddy 2 .. 207 4.62 2.82 2.82 3.36 3.36 3.54
I 3 .. 207 4.62 2.82 2.82 3.36 3.36 3.54 3.60 3.80 380 31.72
FFA FISH FRY I 20 207 4.14 2.54 2.54 3.02 3.02 3.18 3.60 3.20 3.80 3:80: = ::31:72:
3 208 '3.18 1.98 1.98 2.34 2.34 2.46 3.80 3.80 -:._ 29.24
4 208 3.18 1.98 1.98 2.34 2.34 2.46 2.40 2.85 2.85 _"_'_ 22.38
The Clewiston chapter of the I 5 208 3.18 1.98 1.98 2.34 2.34 2.46 2.40 2.85 2.85 _._. 22.3B"
6 208 3.18 1.98 1.98 2.34 2.34 2.40 2.85 2.85..___, 22.38
Future Farmers of America enter- 11 208 3.18 1.98 1.98 2.34 2.34 2.46 2.46 2.40 2.85 2.85 _.._ 22.3&-
tained the high school diamond ball 21 208 '3.18 1.98 2.34 2.40 2.85 2.85 __ 22.38
Good FarmLand 22 208 3.18 1.98 2.34 2.40 2.85 2.85 __ 15.60
team with a picnic on the levee 24 208 4.14 2.54 2.54 3.02 3.02 3.18 2.40 2.85 2.85 __.. 5.60-
Thursday night. Before the din- 25 208 4.14 2.54 2.54 3.02 3.18 3.20 3.80 3.80. _. 29.24
I 3.02 3.20.
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3.80 3.80 ___
26 208 4.14 2.54 2.54 3.02 3.02 3.18 29.24
the of twenty-three FFA 3.20 3.80
ner \group 28 208 2.54 3.02 3.02 3.18 3.80 29.24
members and guests enjoyed swim- 29 208 2.54 3.02 3.02 3.18 3.20 3.20 3.80 3.80 -_ L: 22.56
3.80 3.80. ._. 22.56
1 355 4.14 2.54 2.54
3.02 '
the levee canal. Everyone 3.02 3.18 3.20
in
3.42
ming
23 355 4.14 2.54 2.54 3.02 3.02 3.18 1.14 26.20-
enjoyed a splendid time. 28 356 4.14 2.54 2.54 3.02 3.02 3.18 3.20 3.20 1.90 1.90 __. 25.44
39 356 4.14 2.54 2.85 1.14 25.63
for Rent 2.54 3.02 3.02 3.18 3.20
1.90 1.14 ___
40 3.56 4.14 2.45 2.54 3.02 3.02 3.18 24.6B"
3.20
41 3'56 4.14 2.54 2.54 1.90 1.14. ._ 24.68'
3.02
Dutch Motif=. -' 3.02 3.18 3.20 1.90 1.14 24.6B"
13 367' : 2.68 2.82 '2.80
15 377 4.62 : ;', 2.66 2.66 13.62
3.36 3.36 3.54
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19 378 38.70 22.70 22.70 27.50 22.80 38.00 __ 116.40-
:* """ '(Continued from page 1)) 13 385 10.20 5.90 6.20 7.40 27.50 7.40 29.10 7.80 32.00 8.00.26.60 4.75 28.50 __ 255.30

Senior Class. Father Flynn gave 14 385 10.20 5.90 6.20 7.40 7.40 7.80 8.00 3.80 3.80.-4.75 __ 62.4G
15 385 10.20 5.90 6.20 60.50
a short inspirational talk; in .closing 16 385 ; 10.20 5.90 6.20 7.40 7.40 7.40 7.40 7.80 7.80 8.00 8.00 3.80 3.80 'UO: ,_. 60.5(1
he wished to 17 385 10.20 5.90 6.20 21.00 2LOO 3.80.- 60.50
he told the pupils 21.00 24.00 3.80 3.80 __ 118.1
4 411.
.pass on to one of the Seniors, a TrespassersWill 5 411 I 2.34 2.34 2.46 2.46 2.40 2.40 2.28 2.28 ___ 11.76
2.28 __
2.28 _
been 14-15-16 412 5.10 5.10 11.7&
22.40
gift of five dollars which had 22.40 23.70 22.80 __

sent to St. Margaret's Church by I Be 28 27 422 422 5.10 4.14 3.10 2.54. 2.54 3.10 3.70 3.02 3.02 3.70 3.18 3.90 3.20 4.00 1.71 1.71' 1.14 1,14._.__ 101.50 24.4&
29.4&
Mrs. Pat O'Brien, wife of the film 27 423 ,k 3.02 3.02 3.20 1.71 1.14...__ 12.09
28 423 4.14 2.54 2.54 3.02 3.02 3.18
actor to use as he saw fit. He ProsecutedClewiston 29 423 4.14: 2.54 2.54 3.02 3.02 3.18 3.20 3.20 1.71 1.71 1.14-1.14 :_ 24.49

placed the name of each senior in 35 446 5.10 3.10 3.10 3.70 3.70 3.90 4.00 '3.80 3.80.__ 24.49'34.20-
36 446 6.30 3.80 3.80 4.55
4.55 4.80
5.00 3.80
Renee-Wethington's name 3.80 _
40.40
a hat and 10 495' 1.98 2.34 2.34 2.46 2.40
2.28
2.28 _
was the check. 9 498 2.70 1.70 1.70 2.00 16.0S'
drawn .to receive j 2.00 2.10 2.00 1.90 1.90 __ 18.00
the attended 10 498 1.70 2.00 2.00 2.10 2.00 1.QP 1.90 .__ 13.60
After the 'dinner, group I '
15 498 2.70 1.70 1.70 2.00 2.00 2.10 200 1.90 1.90 A.
18.00
the dance ,at the school I 7 505 1.50 1.00 1,00 1.15 1.15 1.20 1.00 .95 .95 __ 9,90

building,. at which the Seniors were In addition to the amounts set opposite each parcel of land in the foregoing schedule interest and

guests of the Juniors. Each girl alties as provided by law on such delinquent Tax Certificates and Unpaid Taxes for ,Subsequent Years, toeth pen-' r
and lady teacher present at the 'Realty And with suit. a proportionate part of the costs and expenses of th is suit, ,are sought to be enforced and foreclosed in this

banquet received a lovely corsageto You are hereby notified to appear and make your defenses to said bill of complaint! on or, before the 2nd
the dance. 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
wear to .the bill wni be taken as confessed by you and you will be barred from thereafter contesting said and said'respective
suit
Attending were the Seniors: DevelopmentCorporation 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. _
Flora Lee Haven,
Bettye Bailey, IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have hereunto set my hand and affixed the official seal of said Court this
Doris Hodges, June Hooker, Renee : the 30th day of April, A. D. 1941.

Wethington, Margaret Von Mach, f
Richaud Bud WILLIAM T. HULL,
Julia Oglesby, Leah Clerk of the Circuit Court Hendry County Florida.

Vaughn, Bill Davis, Sam Lang and I (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) By INEZ MAGILL, D. C. '

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