The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: June 6, 1941
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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1 VOLUME: lo NUMBER: 26 .

:: J rf :Governor Names Besto

1900 Are Registered Everglades Drainage

, j New Fire Board Membe

' : For ------ Litigation Nears End

/ In Hendry County Governor 'Holland yesterday named -

the members of the new Everglades -

'c Civilian Defense Work Horace Fire A. Bestor Control, United Board State'and With New LegislationCommunity

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]1. Sugar Corporation drainage engineer -

-- -- --- -- ------- was appointed as the Her o -
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dry County member. Way Paved For Prompt
i Center
Citizens Rally To Call Local Team Defeats Mr. Bestor succeeds C. E.' Mine

who tendered his resignation to the of DistrictIndebtedness'

'_; ".: .for Volunteers .In Belle Glade SundayThe Governor soon after the election. Opened With DanceThe Refunding

Only three of the members of

Emergencies the former board kept their place; ,
American Legion sponsorec
Clewiston baseball team,' witha H. M. Forman of Broward Count; ,
dance at the official opening of the.<
.' re-vamped infield, played headsup Hattaway of Martin Count
D. counties
O. in the Landowners of the .embraced -
Center <
....... The county-wide: enlistment of ball Sunday afternoon behind and Thos. B.. Caro of Monrc Clewiston Community in the Everglades ,Drainage
,. former Building,
> .: the people of Hendry County in the 'the pitching of Bud Vaughn and County. New appointments' besid Administration success in District drew a long 'sigh of relief.
a great every way.:
registration for national defense won over the Belle Glade team by, Mr. Bestor' are Ed Scott'of Collie and while the floor, was cro,ded this week 'as the litigation which

:' :'., ,. which was carried on Thursday un- a score of 8-4. The game was play- County, Walter C. Ohlert, of Dad with dancers during the greatei] has attended the' indebtedness of

: .'.. der the direction of M. E.. Von ed on the ,Belle Glade diamond. 1 I County, N. B. Jackson of Highland part of the evening, the affair wa: the district appeared to have ended

:"1.; Mach, chairman of the labor and The Clewiston line-up was .not '' County, S. R. Raifsnider 'of Oke very orderly. Music was' furn'1Sh- with the passage of a bill, by the

personnel committee of the county I changed during the'entire game and chobee County, James ,A. Ball, Jr, : ed by Chas. Rowan, and his orches Legislature Monday, paving the way
.= 'total infield showed several of Palm Beach County 'and E. R. of the district's
defense council, showed a registration the, new tra of West Palm Beach. for the' refunding
\ ;. for the county through I flashes of brilliant ball playing Pierce of St. Lucie 'County. The Those attending said it was a indebtedness of bet'ween'fifteen

;. : Thursday night. of approximately' which indicates air-tight ball .in only 'appointment not made by the most enthusiastic gathering and and twenty 'millions of dollars- in.

..<.>. 1900. I future games: Governor at the time was a men many were the expressions of sur principal, and interest.,

; So ,far this figure has not been The score was tied 4-4 in the ber: for Glades County. J. E. Friei prise at the excellent floor and the Rep. 'Elbert L. 'Stewart was co-

. > ""- : broken down to indicate the' .number sixth inning but the Clewiston bat- son, chairman of the 'board of county size of the hall. The crowd was: sponsor of the House bill with the
.. :,' number of began connecting in their half commissioners of that county, i i is of the coun-
: of women and men ters so large early in the evening tha ,other representatives '

',' registered nor are figures' complete of the seventh to score four more ,the present member. all could not participate, but by ,ties in the district the bill being

... .:'. as to the number 'of registrants from runs and place them in a nice lead. eleven o'clock the group had thinned I introduced: by Rep./ J. H. Peeplesof .

:" ,each center of population. 590 were The local line-up was Vaughn, and on until one o'clock was, Glades County. In the Senate

:'.:;" reported to have registered in, theLaBelleDenaudFelda p; Bass, c; Roberts, lb; Winn, 2b; SUGAR CORPORATION as' one' expressed 'it, "just right." Senator David Elmer' Ward was

_' area and Stone, ss; Carlton' 3b; Bell If; It: planned now to hold thes co-introducer of ,the companion bill

':;"; about '1300, in the Clewiston-Bear I Knight,. cf;' 'Clark, rf. dances every. Friday night; with with Senators Cliett; :Kanner and

1.:. ;.',' Beach-Townsite-Harlem area. Play Here SundayThe DECLARES 15 CENTDIVIDEND ] each one sponsored by one of the Graham, other' representatives of

.\ Mr. Von Mach points out that return game' with the Belle civic or service organizations o:[ the district counties in the upper

the registration occurs at a time Glade team will be flayed Sundayon the community An admissior house. As Governor Holland had

when the .population of the county the local diamond and it is ON STOCI charge of twenty-five cents pee>, done a great deal; of preparatorywork

is considerably less than during ,the hoped that a nice crowd will be out couple will, be made' to provide for on this legislation and givenit

., ,winter months and his estimate of to see the game. Local fans will keeping the hall clean_and the flow. his full backing went through
.' ; directors'of the
of '
The board
!' the number registered is'about also. be given an ,opportunity' to in shape An automatic phono in fast time by a waiver of rules

: eighty per cent of those eligible to 'see the Clewiston players in. their United States Sugar Corporation in Nei, at (Continued ,on Page 8) and was signed early the following-.
meeting held yesterday
register in the county,. ,all persons natty new white' and blue uniforms. a morning by the Governor.
dividend of
j" :York, City, declared a
I being taken in between the age of It is understood that this bill was

: '. 15 and 99, both men and women. t 15 cents on common stock, payable WOMEN WILL OPEN passed. after H. C. Rorick, head of
27 to holder
'on June 1941
."., !. A few who were;, unable .to register NEW AMENDMENT TO of record of June 17, 1'941"the the Bondholder's Committee'rep. number of-
resenting the, greater
: ; because of being
News was informed today by a telegram -
:', '; away from the county or for other' RED CROSS SEWING bondholders of the district, agreed
from 'William T. Bitting, secretary -
\." ;, : reasons' will find blanks at; the CITY CHARTER WILL, of the corporation.This upon its passage to deliver"his

.' ".' I' post-office. and their registration is bonds for', price of 57 cents on
is the .second /com non sto'ckdividend & KNITTING ROOMPending dollaram reliable sources reported -
l 'still desired as much now as on .: the
;, :Thursday ::Thc-iE'Jor'soCl' -. l P 'EELECTIONA ofthe': last three months, that the'se' }bonds were to bpI
: : dividend been
a ten cent : Rorick
;;;:,, ''- :m !lOn establish i the week'of,.May delivered to Tallahassee by ,
: March 17
: leclared and payable on I
material understood
,30 to June 8.. as .the period of arrival of yesterday or today._ It is -
registration for Florida but any local bill was put through the, The meeting was' attended by Jay: new Red Cross production quota; that a group of New York

who may come in after 'that time House' .of 'Representatives this week ';iV. Moran, vice president and general three times as large as any attemp'ted -' bankers is furnishing the money

will be welcomed.Bulletins by Rep. Elbert L. Stewart and manager of the corporation here, local Red'Cross which will permit a refinancing of

"'\.. ., through the Senate by Senator David who has, not yet returned. workers under the direction of Mrs. the; indebtedness- at, a lower 'interest
were posted at strategic
7;' Elmer Ward providing for an IF. Deane Duff, production, chair, 'rate. .
points and adequate newspaper
publicity was given to the registration amendment to the charter of the New Efforts Made' I man 'are planning to open a Red Most of the muck lands around

k.. date and Mr. Von Mach feels City of Clewiston providing for I Dross Sewing 'and Knitting Center.. he: edge of the lake'ai'Co in the
:. clarification of' election laws and To Boost QuotasFor It is planned 'to establish the '
: I Zone One area' which pays $1.50.an.
,. that; there ,are few in the county i' i
for municipal! ownership of. utilities center, in the Community Center, icre. During the litigation of the
not 'of the registra-
: ; who were aware
: .
., original charter only ProducersSenator and to operate it 'on Monday's and most of these'
tion effort. Those who were not, In the city Sugar past several years
:.' ': however, may 'still register at the freeholders were permitted to vote II Friday's of each week. Several landowners have refused to pay'

,: court house' in LaBelle or at the in any city, election but the new nator Clark of Missouri suggested machines will be placed in the room :axes until now there has accura-. -

Clewiston' post-office. amendment changes this to the ex-, Monday that this govern- and there will be someone on hand dated a tax lien: of about twenty

i I tent that all qualified electors of to give out materials and help with dollars an acre, including the' high
Registration points were established nent take the lid .off sugar production '
the city will be permitted 'to vote tc sewing and knitting,.-and to teach nterest.: All of these back taxes
at several points at the courthouse and send any surplus
:, '. in regular city elections. On any beginners who are anxious to do will be wiped out by the payment,
where shortage '
in LaBelle with volunteer Great Britain, a
: question where bonds 'are involved, their bit but do ,not know how to of two :years back taxes under the
:, '. workers ,assisting in the, work. At jxists.!
however, the election will still be sew or knit. -;:- new set-up. On Zone 1 lands this '
Felda, the 'registration was. handledat 'offered this proposal during
restricted to freeholders.The He 'When' the 'Red Cross center is established -. tmount will] still be $1.50 an acre
the school and in Clewiston and bill to domestic -
senate debate on.a give;
election of city commissioners : a large Red Cross flag or three dollars to effect settle-
the plantation villages the work of'any
share '
... is definitely provided for by an producers a will fly over the building during neut. This two years tax must be
j -. was managed largely by office pei- which the Philippine
: election to be held on September 2, imount by he: hours when the center;! is open. paid by August 1 of this year oran
jJ :sonnel of the United, States4 Sugar to fill' their quota. '
: '1941, at which all five commissioners slands '" Mrs. Duff states that it is the hopef I additional year will be permit-

r. Corporation.--- __ = __ I will be elected. Regular Interrupting a speech by Senator ) the local: chapter' that the women ed with interest added. Taxes will
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: ; '' elections will be held at stated intervals Sllender Clark pointed out that of decision will rally to the urgent hen go forward in the future with,

' c-T;: ;: ,: :/ Rev. E. R. Weidler' t thereafter. The method of Britain wanted the United Staled iced for workers and, will find the once hope ,that the 'district will be/

.. : nomination is also provided for in to reduce consumption of sugar and I arge' airy room a pleasant place in I ble to pay off the debt.

r, .. .-: Speaks 'T 0 Kiwanians I,the amendment. A qualifying deadline -' end to her the amount saved. I vhich to do their bit for the Red ; A re-zoning of the district has

1 : '. '- has been set; for July 19 and He asked why it would not heiracticable Jross. also been made and many of the

'!l." all candidates for the city. com- for this country to pro- The local chapter is still at work] I II ands formerly: in, the higher :brack-,

-'r. ;'. The' regular weekly Kiwanis Club mission must make application on luce' to capacity, sending the excess m the last quota assignment, whicht etc; have been 'placed in lower ones.

,'., :..- meeting' at the Inn 'was featured by or before that date. Should therebe to, Britain without reducing do- .1 is believed will. be shipped withn I nstead of the 'four zones formerly

:. the attendance of eleven members more than ten candidates a nestle consumption. 1 a few weeks. Some material i is used there are now seven which will

of the senior class of Clewiston special primary election for the Ellender replied that if pioducoin low. on hand which will be applied lay $1.50, '$1.10, .90, .80,' :.30 and

High School 'as guests of the club choice of candidates will be heldon \, were' unlimited and the' surpluses m the new' quota ,and anyone who D3 taxes per acie. .
r, ):; ': and by a .brief but interesting ad- August 19. If there are' less.
: taken from :Cuba and other vishes to sew now: will be provided J. :E. Beardsley, Clewiston member -
dress by Rev. E. R. Weidler, sum-' than ten candidates: there will be ountries, there would be, ample vith garments already .cut, if they > of the district board, has been

, :: mer supply? pastor of .the Community I no. primary and the five 'men .getting upplies for both the United States vill ask Mrs. Duff' or Mrs. M., M in Tallahassee for more than a week'w.orking.
; .. Church,. the greatest number of votes of
and Britain.. 'rewitt for them.Juniors on this important piece
:-:' .... Rev, Weidler told .in an inter- will be elected. '' The bill under consideration, opposed -I To Organize; 2gislation. .
::;' : I The amendment specifically sets 'II I
\ esting manner 'or'visiting of
.f many by Secretaries Hull and Wfcfc. 1Irs.Iarv\ Baker has been appointed -
". the several Civil War battlefields up authority 'and the method by SALE
.rd, would give' the first 75,000 chairman of the Junior Red ANNUALS GO ON
: \ ': :: on his way to ,Florida from New which city may purchase and operate I NEXT MONDAY NIGHT
\, : I tons of anr'Ph'mppine: ,deficit to Cross and it is believed that theyounger
utilities and issue bonds
: :, Jersey last week and said he revenue ,
wondered oreign countries other than Cuba group will be of much as- -
r-: during those visits what'' the payable only from revenue from I stated today
; 1 and the remainder to domestic producing sistance in making the garmentsfor Prof. 'R.. W. Turk
ft :' leaders of those battles sayof I the utilities.. A special election '
:, would areas. Present law. requires the new quota. They are par that the 1941 edition of the "Sugar
,<' :.' modern. warfare if alive today.. must be called for the issuance of that the whole deficit go to ticularly interested in knitting, and Bowl," high school annual, will be

.' He also stressed the responsibilitiesof such revenue bonds at which at least I oreign countries other than Cuba. instructors will be available ,to 'on sale immediately following the
the Kiwanis and other service fifty' per cent of the freeholders. of like exercises :Monday ''nightin
who would graduation
co-author of help to those
he vote. Senator O'Mahoney, give
I city must
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clubs in vocational of the high
arranging guid-
will undertakea the commercial room.
not find knit and
; the bill, said he could to learn to
ance programs for' th.e' young peo- logical objection to it "un- garment. The Red Cross will school.

.. ,\',' r. Pie and as still 'more important, Three More Colored less any there is a purpose somewhereo make 48 pair of mittens in the next The annual will be' dedicated
; BO conducting themselves as leaders the by Mrs. ,Agnes
; the industry of of knitting, and the Junior during program
destroy sugar
::. 'n" of the that would Draftees 'and under-
community they To Report he United States or at least to workers are, expected to be specially Thomas, class' sponsor
:," 't '1 set a good example for these younger whose supervision the ,annual has;
hamper it to its present size so interested in these. I
., '. \ \ persons who might seek to -' will consist of 4S been compiled. It will be the largest
not The new quota
hat it grow.
: Three colored draftees have been may
: thechool
emulate them. produced by
cotton dresses, 12 women'scotton and' finest yet
.'.i' Dick Owen introduced the members ordered to report' to the local draft Chairman George of the Foreign girls' dresses, 50 layettes of 24 and will sell for $1.25 per
office' next Thursday June Relations Committee upheld Hull'sviews '
'in ring -
interested sec
of the senior class who attended items each; 17 'mufflers, 40 caps or copy. Anyone
12, at 7:45 o'clock to be sent to 'arguing that to 'change the Prof. Turk
)- the dinner, all of them being beanies, .48 pair of mens', womens'and a copy may
the U. S. Army induction station ystem now would be to "break
: the books by' a
present with the exception of Miss 'children's mittens,. 40 pall'men's. and hold one
at Camp' Blandlng. our promise' to foreign countries. There are only !94)
Leah Richaud.Florida's socks 48 children's sweaters mall deposit.
The three are P. J. McCray and '"This can't be passed over light- 'left sale. There are also a
women's sweaters and ..12men's for
Walter Stanley Burt of Clewiston IY," he said. "You can't"era3e 24 annual
of last year's
,,: All afghans will be few copies
'. : .fuel. generated, power and Earl Burns, 'a transfer. from what the propagandists" say sweaters. which are on sale at fifty cents.iil ..
plants generate 160,000,000 *X, W. Charleston, Miss. I (Continued on Page 6) (Continued on page 10)

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7 I Making Our 'Flying Fortress' I 1 I JyI Iro YIc

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One of the large cogs in the U..S. defense machinery is the Glenn L.

Martin aircraft factory in; Baltimore,.Md.t where the B-26, Uncle Sam's Tea makes a good base for

super "flying fortress is being turned out in quantity lots. This is. one I punch. ,

fi R E EN of the most powerful airplanes in the world. These photos take you IWNUS.rvlce 000

inside the workshops of Vulcan. Private There is nothing so handy in ai,
Papers kitchen as a shelf above the sink'for '

D. C. Of a Cub Reporter: soaps, etc.
Here's a story about the timt *

National Defense chiefs, June Goering was summoned to Hitler's Glassware takes on the highest
significance. It wil private chambers to'explain the loss polish if dried directly from hot,

holds indicate a special whether government opera 4 \ Y of 20 Messerschmitts in a single clean suds without being rinsed.

tion of railroads may be necessary night's raid Hitler was nervously *

In June the nation's .railroads wil biting the tips of his paws and I When laundering clothes, don't,
meet their first crucial test of : k. : moaning over the sour news use too much soap"because water

whether they are adequately .7 This disconcerted Hermann becomes so slippery that it "slides':

equipped to handle the enormous :' "Why are you so worried over 20 past" instead of penetrating the'
increase in freight resulting from planes?" he said. "After all, we fabrics.

the defense program. e 4 ';3: w tt still have many more than they"
Hitler flew Into a tantrum .
When the wheat harvest ,starts "Yy t Boy Meets Girl'
"You "Can't
the Texas Panhandle and continues fool! he screamed. you

north, the carriers will be on the see disaster soon outnumber ahead? them At this only ratewe'll five Told in Embroidery
determined con
spot to prove their "
that there is no shortage of .. >< <: to one!
tention .
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freight cars, and that they can cope l.,
with the great demands of the defense Gene Fowler.addressed the school
program without the govern Wearing heavy metal shoes, a This worker is using a bandsaw ar journalism at the Univ. of Mis-

ment taking them over as in the fireproof suit and a helmet that to trim a compound contour formedon souri Knowing Fowler's color-

World war.Railroad. looks like a diver's, a worker pours a Martin drop hammer. The ful reputation and good nature, the

moguls are fully aware molten metal. piece will go on a bomber. authorities there asked him to lay

that they face a decisive showdown, off "muscle" journalism and other
and they are making tremendous harsh aspects of newsgathering in

efforts to meet it. se\ his talk : Fowler agreed, deliv-

Twenty-five thousand cars have ; ered a sugary lecture on the moral

been mobilized to handle the Texas I code of reporters and the ethics of ti}

and a strict rule has been laid journalism, all couched (and sound
crop asleep) in copybook maxims .
down that they must be kept rolling.
Cars will not be allowed to be used Later, he gathered the' students and
for storage 'purposes. If a ship- tl Mi aA ) led them outside onto the lawn .

ment can't be unloaded without delay "Lissen," he said softly, "every
will be released. word I said in there was strictly off
cars &
< ?& the pitchfork! The most important
Cars will be peremptorally recalled thing in journalism is the expense "BOY" and "Girl" meet over a.

if shippers don't load. Cir- account. And remember thisdrinking pan of milk, and swift ro-.

cuitous routing is being eliminated. and gambling expenses are justas mance results-for the purpose of
And the railroads themselves are this new tea towel set. While Miss
legitimate as cab fares and phone
now distributing' the materials and calls-to tracking down a Kitty plucks flower petals to decide -
equipment they will need months !" a guy whether it is really love, Mr.

hence, so that the maximum num- story Tom serenades on his guitar. He

ber of cars will be available in the proposes; she accepts; they are
peak' season next autumn. This ,y.Ayp4c'r Genevieve Rowe, the canary, of- wed-such is the story told so'delightfully -

alone is expected to release 20,000 fered this repartee between Adolf in embroidery.
and Goebbels. Hitler sent for Joe *
freight cars.
There are two miles of wiring in the B26. At the left we see a and said: "Did you see what that Transfer Z9351, 15 cents, brings 7 clever
and being in- awful foreign correspondent wrote motifs for a week's tea towel supply and
section of the tail section with equipment gadgets
Mechanized Cavalry.
cross motif for .
in his yesterday? He an extra a matching. panholder.Send
about piece
It took a war in Europe to do itk stalled. Right: Like a modern Jonah emerging from a flying whale, me murderer a thief, a your order to:
said I was a ,
but the U. S. army is now doing a this workman is coming from,the tail of the B26. butcher-well,. you must have readit.

whirlwind job of replacing cavalry ? I won't stand for it!" AUNT MARTHABox
with tanks and armored cars. Even 'atavR! !c:."i??; tr'
"What'll I do?" asked Goebbels, 166.W Kansas City, Mo.
Secretary of 'War Stimson's aide, "
"have him purged or expelled? Enclose 15 cents for each pattern
in '
Col. Eugene Regnier, has gone
mechanization. "No," said the mustache, "I'm desired. Pattern No...............

for this gonna make him prove it!" Name ...............................
Commenting whimsically on
Stimson Address................................
the other day, Secretary
Memo 'to Pulitzer Prize Losers: .'
said "After riding horses all his
: "
in its
In 1933 "Tobacco ,
life Gene is commanding the
could not have won
battalion of the
first reconnaissance
First Cavalry division. He rides in Pulitzer ribbon for being the best DON'T BE BOSSED
play because it was a dramatization -
a bantam scout car and has armored novel
cars and tanks under his of an BY YOUR LAXATIVE-RELIEVE
In 1934 the Pulitzer play prize
command. I tell him this is strangefor CONSTIPATION THIS MODERN WAY
went to "The Old Maid"-a drama-
a man who has sworn that o When you feel gassy, headachy, logy
horses are the only thing in life. >c''%< tization of a novel. due to clogged-up bowels, do as millions

But he says it takes the brains of do-take Feen-A-Mint at bedtime. Next L
handle Clarke Robinson has been squir- morning-thorough, comfortable relief,
a good cavalryman, the full of
about helping you start day your
mechanized unit.' Mass production- ing a couple of British sailors normal energy and pep, feeling like a
town. Took them to the Polo million! Feen-A-Mint doesn't disturb
desertedhis I
Note-Colonel Regnier 1941 A line of noses ; Grounds, the Stadium, Radio City your night's rest or interfere with work the
swivel-chair job in Washingtonfor moves ,toward the {: Music Hall, Jamaica racetrack and next day. Try Feen-A-Mint,the chewinggum
El Paso, Texas, where Gen. laxative,yourself.It tastes good,it's
Innes P. Swift commands one of the I final stage of assem several night clubs, winding up on handy and economical..a family supplyFEENAMINT

most active army posts in the'' blage. I ti4 H y Jf7v':' 4 sY.r+.+.4N the sixty-fifth floor at the Rainbowroom only
Later they went onto the cOls
country. ? -fftgf ,
and looked over New York
# balcony
city by night from the sixty-fifth
Conscientious Objectors. sight Rob-
story-a Noble to Forgive'Tis
Announcements that 1,100 consci 'tIS ... '.. asked them what impressed and
inson noble to forgive
more ,
entious objectors will report to non- ... ...",
and awed them most. more manly to despise, than to
in the next
military training camps "I dunno," said one of 'them. "I revenge an injury. Benjamin
few weeks are a lot of hooey. Real
what awed me
think I should say
fact is that only 201 draft registrantshave Franklin.
tea .in
most was the way you serve ,
been classed genuine
even as "
those wee bags.
religious objectors.Out Dust with cooling Mexican

of the 6,000,000 questionnaires literally kicked Wilfrid B EAT Heat Powder. Dust in shoes.
The Japs
Relieves and.eases chafe,and
received from draft eligibles, less
Fleisher, Herald Trib correspondent sunburn.Great for heat rash.
than 2,500 sought exemption on the EAT
Of e lr out of Tokyo several months ago Get Mexican Heat Powder.
of religious scruples.
ground Yet, in his mail the other day
number 201 have been OK'd A
this so from the
formal invitation
far. They will train in eight campsas director of the Japanese Institute in Swaying Mind

follows: New York-to sip tea at Rockefeller When the mind is in a state of

Fifty at Camp Patapsco, Elkridge, Center "in honor of the returned residents uncertainty, the smallest impulse
Md.; 14 at Grottoes, Va.; 12 at of Japan." (Note to that In- directs it to either side.-Terence.

Lagro, Ind.; 32 at San Dimes, stitute: The little man who wasn'1

Calif.; 10 at Richmond, Ind.; 40 at .' ......... there was Wilfrid.) .
Marietta, Ohio; 32 at Colorado : We have the fast selling

Springs, Colo.; 10 at Cooperstown, e_.. :2 +___:;_",:_::_>___ __ .mmn_ mn.nn m _n ______ Roland Brown's reminder to all M E N Antacid drug item in a,10-ounce a Laxative-bottle VI

,N. Y. big in carton,on which you can make real
who get
celebs (
While operated by the govern- The first 'step after one of the giant B-26's leaves the assembly lineis Hollywood money.A hustler can easily sell a gross a
heads) in the current heat wave in week. Costs you$3.00 a doz.,sells for$1.00a
ment, the camps ana financed by to give it a thorough ground test. This flying fortress, destined for Hollywood: "In weather like this, bottle or$12.00 a doz.Your customers will

private funds, supplied chiefly by the U. S. army, is pictured undergoing such a test. don't forget-the cooling system gets beg 3 you doz.for or more.more.We Cash pay with freight order.on ordersof Write

the Quakers, Mennonites, and United the biggest billing!" B-LAX COMPANY,99Vz Walton St.Atlanta Ca.
Brethren. In some instances the Below: Glenn L. Martin, with

'men pay their own costs, at the models of two famous Martin
rate of $35 a month. bombers of other days. On the tableis New York Newsreel: Dark Ignorance

the Martin bomber of the first The inspiring "I Am an.AmericanDay" Ignorance is the night of the
ceremonies in Central park-
Australian Opinion on War World tear.xeraAM mind, but a night without moonor
Prime Minister Menzies of Australia oceans of humanity making public star-Confucius.II .
__ their love affair with America. And
K XW : .00" : l"" >=<<
held some very important /5S S the thousands of new citizens opening '

conversations with high Washington their hearts to the wonderfulcountry LL ALL FLIES

officials during his recent visit. In J .'r7f b. F., e! nY.. : rv if Yy that opened its gates to rKI
these talks he expressed every con- Placed efrywhere. Daisy Fly
families leav- g
them Carloads of Killer attracts and kills files.
fidence that Britain would win the
week-end -c Guaranteed effective. Neat '
ing the city every eager
I convenient-Cannot spillVlllnot
war, but he was hard-boiled and x: ,/1 ,tt si. for a whiff of and beauty and ? l\ soil orlojure anything.I .
20o at
Lasts reason.
realistic the time
regarding neces- y Si gathering energy for next week'sstruggle + dealers. Harold Somcrs. Inc.,
sary for a victory. --i-i& Yi :45 for existence The 150 De Kalt>Ave-.B'fclynJ

Coming from Australia, which has chalking on the sidewalk at 45th p

a detached and unbiased view of i% f ..1 Street: and 5th: "What have the people -

the situation, his opinion is impor got against this world?" .:

tant. ;j : S People exiting from clubs and fraternal -

"During 1941," he said, "all of groups in midtown, standingon II NEW IDEAS II
Britain's effort must be concentrated L } the sidewalk gabbing and saying
"'M'..." _.. ,
defense. r.2 < <(i,1 i'(< :r.w.-
on good-by to each other by easy stages
"During 1942 we can really beginto 4 The sapboxers in Union square RTISEMENTS[ are your guide
Above: Wings for the Martin n to modern living. They bring you
concentrate our efforts on building who wear their ignorance on their today's NEWS about the food you eat and
these 167s
167. Most
up a real war machine. of go to England tongues and can't take heckling, although the-' clothes you wear. And the place to
"And in 1943-with America's helpwe where British fliers call them they demand freedom of ififhd I out about these.new things is right

can take the offensive. and we "Marylands." The wings make a speech for themselves. c K' this newspaper.Washington .

will win the war" special package.

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Offering Information .
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;j -f ehcewQJrs\ iTmimmiimiimmimiiiimmiimiiimirExit 1. What is the southernmost I sign the Declaration of Independence -

capital city in the world? : Thomas Stone, George

Dean Washington, or Roger Sherman?
2. In what year did the ''first

ocean steamer go through the The
And Baseball LosesWHEN Panama canal?
1. Wellington, New Zealand.
Jay Hanna Dean, 01' Diz, 3. What denomination consti- 2. In the year '1914.

- \ called it quits as a tutes the largest Protestant groupin 3. The Lutherans (61,000,000). .

pitcher there were those who looked the world? 4. The coffee consumption of the

: upon it as a trivial bit of news, 4. How does the coffee consump- United States far exceeds the

\ worth, no more than a twoor three- tion in the United States'compareto combined consumption of all oth-

paragraph story in their. favorite that of the remainder of the er countries.

sports section. world? 5. "Les Miserables" (by Victor

D r Yk ,xfi' yt :: It was much more than that. 5. ,In what story does Jean Val- Hugo).

p i. S. nj.Fx.n LF'40tw. Dean's decision brought to an end jean, appear? 6. George Washington.

i .. one of the most .
colorful playing
careers in base- (Was It but a SuggestionFrom
I ball history. Never Exhausted Clerk?
will there be

another Dizzy
Frock after frock had been displayed -
Dean. Brilliant,
to the lady-with the,super
cocky and unpre- Result of' All

Mn,1 \ & dictable in his cilious the air exclusive, until dress the salespersonin shop was 'Tis not a lip,or eye, we beautycall

heyday, the great but the joint force and full
on the point' of nervous exhaus-
Diz caused result of
manya all.-Pope.
-f(3 eti>w
\ r' managerial tion.The
customer would inspect
j headache. But
jI each dress. and then make
I biting
, .
when he r'ared
remarks about most of them. At
Dizzy Dean last she looked around the deva-
(See Recipes ) his high hard one

down the middle, his many antics stated place with an overbearing

J. REFRESHMENTS PLUS! Were forgiven.No glance and complained: I

.,J'.,. THIS WEEK'S MENU baseball fan will-ever forget HAll your frocks are 'so skimpy.I .

Summer nears. You think of lots that glorious four''year'stretch: from believe I would look better in

.: <. of things-new, crisp, cool clothes 1933 through 1936 when Diz won 20, something flowing." Kool4ID7'icck

... vacation trips gardening Dessert-Bridge RefreshmentsDevil's then, 30, 28 and 24 games for the The tired clerk was quick to 10 '

and yes, even parties, espe- ood Pudding with Cardinals' Gas 'House Gang. Foot- seize the opening. ,
::;.',:, cially gay ones that all for a- minimum Ice Cream Sauce or ball fans never will forget Jim "Madam might try the river," COOL DRINKS.Necessity .

1.:,'.;,,.:' of "home wbrk." Orange Chiffon Cake Thorpe or, Red Grange. Neither will she said coldly.

.;. .;: ,, I think I understand. You love Mixed Nuts Mints baseball addicts forget the Great
"'- to have in home. In '
people your
:'.;. -,:.," Coffee or Tea Man. and Satiety
spite of the warmness of June days, Dean bowed out of the
picture I Necessity reforms the and
:. : Chained Tongues I poor,
&; ,: you want those of your friends who Recipe given.
with It at his
:'l-:' good grace. was satiety reforms the rich.-Tacitus.
r ( : .. remain in town to drop by often for own request that he was releasedby

(' .;, 'conversation, relaxation and refresh- 1 teaspoon grated 'lemon rind the Chicago Cubs as a player.It Amyclae in: ancient Greece had

;!i.;., ::}: ments. But, of course, you want 2 egg yolks, unbeaten is to the credit of James Gallagher been harassed so often by false RAZOR BLADES

<: '::.::' what you serve to be easy to make, % cup granulated sugar general manager of the Cubs, I reports of an invasion by the
;::, :: delicious O ASK YOUR DEALER FOR THE 0
entirely different from anything 2 whites unbeaten
;: egg that he was given a job as coach. Spartans that a stringent law was
ill': that you've ever served before, 1 teaspoon lemon juice OUTSTANDING BLADE VALUE
.' ; Now Diz can continue in the. big passed forbidding anyone to men-
c and economical. In the last two of 2 tablespoons granulated sugar time where he belongs. tion the afterward
: enemy again. Shortly KENT
-'i .;::: these points I've found homemakers I =
Sift flour powder; salt
t t baking and Dean's voluntary retirement from the Spartans did arrive _

m.. t: hold a unanimous opinion. together three times. Add water and the active playing list saved Man- and, as no one dared ''to give the Double BLADES for Edg
: So today I'm going to give roe lOc
you 7
10 for
lemon rind to yolks and beat Wilson from
ager Jimmy a severe alarm, Amyclae was captured and
1 ;ti"-- '" what I think are ace-high ideas on "TAKING THE COUNTRY BY STORM"KNOWN
!, with rotary egg beater until light headache. Wilson, who served as went down in history as "the city FROM COAST TO COAST
{ : I'm you'llfind
easy entertaining. sure
colored and at least tripled in vol Dean's Gas "
mate the
(..' the recipes worth trying. on that perished through silence. 0 CUPPLES COMPANY ST.LOWS MO.O
r '! ume. Add % cup of granulated sug- House Gang, was faced with a difficult -.

) ar, 2 tablespoons, at a time, beating decision. It was up to him to

B'-- wonders Dessert to bridge round parties the will"Mrs.do" well with rotary beater after each cut his squad from 28 to 25 to reach Get this 8'S& ; FREE!'
up addition then add
sifted ,
, :I crowd who feel ; dry ingredients -. the major league player limit. Need-
':.- .'' a small amount at a time, I less to day, Dean's name was high For over 70.years, grateful users have preferred Wintersmith's
: free after feeding
.beating slowly; 3Id. gently with rotary''beater those tobe erased from the YOU Wintersmith's therefore
F: )hubby and the among' Tonic for Malaria.We want to try -

4i children, to don only'enough' to blend.'I' roster. offer you this complete 761-page Holy Bible,FREE,if you'll sendus : r
Beat egg whites 'until they form The big Texas farmer knew he
1 carton ). Just I
: dress up ,frocks 2 small Wintersmith carton tops/or large top
rounded mounds when beater is didn't have it He couldn't
k\ and skip out for raised then add lemon and any more. mail to Wintersmith Chemical Co.,tom.650 Hill St.,Louisville,y-r *
dessert and ; juice win on courage alone; and that'sabout
tablespoons sugar, and continue all he had left. He won only
. afternoon
of fun.
If beating until stiff enough to hold 16 games for the Cubs since join.
your up in moist peaks. Fold into flour big them in 1938.Cleveland .
.' play bridge, mixture. Pour into two ungreased
; substitute another hobby, but the lr
: 8-inch layer'cake pans, stirring May
:-.: serving of dessert upon the arrival r
lightly while pouring. Bake in moderate
II. of
a' car-; oven of 350 degrees for 30 Trip Dopesters .;
:;' .
minutes. Remove from oven, and Lack of Zeal tion than want of zeal in its
,., :.. Serving dessert when guests ar- : than a fair number of a :
; rive gives the hostess lots of lee- invert on rack until cakes are cold. MORE dopesters will be look- There is no greater sign of a I inhabitants for the good of 'their I
' Fill with Orange Chiffon Cake Fill- of virtue in Addison.
" general decay a na country.
She *
way. doesn't have to
keep in ing for alibis ne.w: :> ia.11should? the
to directions
.. ing according below.If .
' mind that her friends will be going I Cleveland Indians outdistance the

" home to dinner soon, as she does it's an extra-special party I New York Yankees in the American -

. with later-on refreshments. And, you're planning, I've included a i league pennant race. And

,... ", she can provide a really filling dessert special dessert- I there's a good chance that the. oft- THE ARMY MAN'S FAVORITE **
bridge menu intoday's
'" I ( predicted neck-and-neck finish will
,... r Pictured at the top of the column column.You'll fail to materialize.

is a dessert which I'm spend more
sure will answer *. Y
Percentages change too rapidly
hours in the kitchen '
,;-Q-;. :" your desires.: It's preparingthese ar during the early part of the seasonto CAMELS Y AND

rJ" "J:'"'"'' Tropical Gingerbread. particularfoods hazard any definite prognostication ARE PRACTICALLY CAMELS ARELY'
2 eggs but the way things are shapingup
: but they're MILDER
1' cup sugar so-o-o-o good that Cleveland, may wind up with a

if-: 3A cup pure molasses3A your guests' ohs and ahs will amply 10 or 12 game margin. Much stranger r ME.THEYVE REALLY < f WITH LESS ,-
; ,
l ; cup shortening things' have happened.
:,' :' 2'/ flour reward you for your efforts. .' FLAVOR! NICOTINE IN
, cups Cleveland has the edge in pitch- (SOT THE
Chiffon Cake.
'L- : 2 teaspoons baking powder "Orange ing, and that average holds up quite :: THE SMOKE \.<
1 cup boiling water 2 8-inch Cream Sponge Cake Layers ( 'i :
: ( well in other departments. The Yankees' -
;, 2 teaspoons ginger 1 envelope plain, unflavored gelatin
" pitching isn't reliable and, out-
1% teaspoons cinnamon Vi cup cold water
side of a few consistent clouters,
:': Vz teaspoon cloves 4 eggs separated
their is
t hitting spotty, to say the
% granulated Zzat
.' % teaspoon nutmeg cup sugar least.
i:, Vz % cup orange juice
teaspoon baking soda The Indians' infield combination, tf4r
'\ % 2 tablespoons lemon juice ':i+i;
teaspoon salt Boudreau and Mack, is hard to beat.A ;

t.' Add beaten eggs to the sugar, mo- % teaspoon salt fleeting glance at the outstanding %'..3.:... ,6: .}: ,.'.
,( lasses and 1 tablespoon grated orangerind :?a{ .Y.Nti{: n
melted shortening then 4i, a4
; teams'of the past demonstratesthe jLY'; :{.y i.y. vvYs4;: ir
i add the dry ingredients which have Make and bake the Cream Sponge importance of these key posi- $ v ;r.< vy.r

been mixed and sifted, and lastly the Cake Layers, following the recipe. tions. Tinker and, Evers, Bancroftand

', ; I hot water. Bake in small individual Meanwhile, soak Frisch, Crosetti and Gordon-

':,',. pans, or in a greased pan, in a mod_ _t ,1" gelatin in cold they all were instrumental in hold-

erate oven (350 degrees F.) for 30 i> water 5 minutes. ing great ball clubs together.

to 40 minutes. Top with whipped Place beaten egg The Indians were very fortunateto + a i:

''.:, '.f cream and sprinklewith shredded \i--3..s.YI- yolks, 6' table get off to a good start. If they yr V?.

coconut. spoons sugar, or- had floundered at the beginning of

Cream Sponge Cake. ange and lemon the season the heckling that followed -

1 cup sifted cake flour juices, and salt in double boiler. Cook them all last year would have

', 1 teaspoon baking powder while stirring until like custard. Add been increased ten-fold. And most

':.. % teaspoon salt gelatin, and stir until dissolved. Re- I baseball men agree that Clevelandwas

Vt cup'cold water move from heat, stir in orange rind, kidded out of the 1940 pennant'

' ... and chill. When mixture begins to when fans read daily accounts of THE SMOKE OF SLOWER-BURNING CAMELS GIVES YOU
thicken fold in
; ,
meringue made by
the Cleveland Cry Babies and their
LYNN SAYS: beating egg whites until frothy but
against Manager Oscar
not dry, and folding in 6 tablespoonssugar 28-LESS NICOTINEthan
: In thinking of party foods, I gradually, while continuing to Vitt.The 'Indians really
tf; remembered these few sugges- beat until stiff. Prepare cake lay- were

:.., tions my mother passed on to me. ers for the filling by placing one during the tag-end of last season. the average of the 4 otherlargest-sdllingciga

, I Maybe you'll find them helpful. layer on a cake plate; make collar of Every baseball American jockey, and practically fan- rettes tested-less than any of them-according to '

'. To remove pecan meats whole, double waxed 'paper about 3 inches every league> independent scientific tests of the smoke Itself.
outside of Cleveland had them
t.:. cover the shells with boiling water high to fit tightly around edge of on
:: V and let them stand until cold cake; secure with pins or paper the merry-go-'round for week after S Today-and for more than 20 yearsreportsfrom
before week. And the ride wasn't a pleas- Post show that Camels
. cracking them. clips. Pour orange filling over the ant Army Exchanges

Chocolate cakes usually call for top of this laser; top with second But one.even the best heckler can't are the favorite cIgarette.L ,,\ .

unsweetened chocolate. ,This cake layer; then place in refrigerator -
keep in form the
I when temporary
blends with the cake mixture to chill until set. Before serv-
of his hatred is
much better if it is cut in small ing, remove waxed-paper collar object scooting
well out in front.
pieces and melted, rather than from cake. To add finishing touchto
All in all, Cleveland has a good
grated. top of cake, place lace-paper doily '
chance to leave the' Yankees back'I
Rhubarb juice is a good substi- over top layer; sift confectioners'sugar dust I I I
where clouds obscure the
tute for iced tea as a basis for over it, and remove doily I pen-
: nant view.
I iced fruit drir.ks. carefully to 'preserve' design.

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PAFU FOUl: : FRIDAY, JUNE 0, 1941, \

I !
f tasks in a cheerful spirit of cooperation our reward, for all this labor was j cuss the problems: and prospects of R. Broadfoot of the local society' ,

The Clewiston News ,' we'll find them a. real FOUR-count 'em-four little bass I the Band. A voluntary member- made talks on mission study and

I pleasure. The Red Cross is goln and none of 'em old enough to vote I ship association was formed and on personal service. Mrs. Dillard,

in Clcwl ton, to establish a sewing room, and or sprout a whisker. The guide elected' : ,A. O. Ward, president; spoke on the Hundred Million Club

Florida Published, by every the Prldnv CLEWISTON NEWS. I',I personally we think' it'll be a lot explained that it was too calm and Arch Hodges; 1st ,vice-president; and the centennial gift. An inspi-

Inc. more fun to sew and chat than to the water was too clear-you really Mrs. M. M, Prewitt,2nd vice-presi- rational talk was given by Rev. H.

sew and not chat. There's to bea need a little ripple but it ought to dent and M. ,M. Prewitt, secretary- C. Meador. pastor :of the local Baptist -

KKATHI.EY BOWDEV, Editor class in foods and nutrition that be just, right la .e in the afternoon. treasurer.F I Church, who, chose as his topic:

sounds quite worth while. All interested By this time Vernon ,is focusin' G, Sturchlo, the bandmaster, I "We 'are' all stewards:' are we.'

mall matter are asked to meet in me out of the corner of his eye andis gave an instructive address 'on the faithful?"

Entered,February as 1, second 1927 at class the Pest Office inClewiston the Community Center. Tuesday startin to mumble in his beard fundamentals 'of organizing and The local Sunbeam group sang\

Florida. under' the 'Act of: afternoon at 3 o'clock to decide and my red face ain't all chargeable teaching a school band. He stated a song for the visitors after the
March 3, and hours the class is to sunburn. I that the
what days present plans contemplate close of the meeting /-
to be held.A "Hold everything," I says, beatin'him resumption of band practice in Au- Those attending :were Mrs. John
$2.00 Per Yenr., to the draw. "I got a better
Scout bulletin issued by Sunny- gust and present indications are Kirk, 'Mrs. J. E. Dillard, 'jr.; Mrs.

Ad 'crtising Hates On Application. land Council has urged all troops idea: we'llgo salt water fishin'- that the band will be able I to pro- 'J. W. Rashley, Mrs. G. I. Evans of
it ain't far to Fort Myers and the
not to disband for'the summer, vide some good music for football Belle Glade; Mrs Doyle Crocker,

'the advancement and ,welfare saying "Defense efforts dare not waters around there are so full of games this fall' Pahokee; Mrs. J. C. Swindall, Mrs.
fish can't cast
of Clewiston and Hendry County. take a vacation." The advice to you Another meeting of the associa- M. A. 'Summers, Mrs. A. L. Mor-
i -> mackerel, trout redfish, "
the Scouts is good. Each is urged tion is planned for the near future gan, Mrs. W. L. Bellamy and Mrs.

to become, Scout-trained and be I snook, mango snapper, tarpon, and all who are interested are Charles Foy of Moore Haven; Mrs.
HERE'S HOW YOU CAN ladyfish, jacks-and they'll hit any-
ready to assist defense preparationsin strongly urg'ed to attend, so watch W. H. Wilson, Mrs. O. H. Martin,
'- whatever way may be needed thing. for the date. \ Mrs. Maud Hartline, South Bay,
more and more of our Clewiston Bein' a patient and tolerant guy, -
: (Scouts recently distributed,-at and Mrs. R. J. Blount, Mrs. M. V.
boys are called to their year'sservice Vernon lets his faith in human
I a moment's notice-all those post- MRS. CARLISLE REDISH GIVEN Cowell, Mrs. Arch Hodges, Mrs.
in the armed forces, we ers urging purchase of defense (Continued on Page 5) BRIDAL THURSDAY I H. A._ W. Hedke, Mrs G. E. Wenz-
normal SHOWER.
home leading our .
who ,are at stamps.) loff, Mrs. H. C. Meador, Mrs. Clay-
lives keep asking ourselves, "What *. MRS. JIMMY WILSON HOSTESSAT ton Waters: Mrs. F. E. Chalker,
Mrs entertainedat
t can I do to help"-It brings things SHOWERBRIDGEMrs. Manning Keen Mrs. D. Lamer
MY LOVEI Mrs. 'C. M. Allen,
home to us when it is our her home.i yesterday, afternoon '
j closer
never can ,forget you, no matter with miscellaneous shower Mrs. C. 'L. Skipper, Mrs. L. C. Miller -
who a complimenting -
neighbor's boys .
own and our how I try Jimmy Wilson entertainedwith Mrs. Jack Himrod, Mrs. A. R.,
has a : r Mrs.Carlisle Redish,
Uncle Sam .
are in service. And all the hours spent with you. a bridge party and surprise Broadfoot, Mrs. E. M. Cornette
prior to her
specific answer to our question. ; for Mrs. R M. Hare, marriage Saturday,
simply seem to fly, stork < Mrs W. R, Broaderick, Mrs. Walker
Miss Waters. Prizes in
was Gaudy
Here it is: I feel you coming close to me, I feel Jr.;, Wednesday afternoon at, her the I Nail, Mrs. W. J. Rpbison and' Mrs.
appropriate ,contests were won
Every, citizen in the United States warm embrace, home. The prizes for the bridge A. C. Carlton 1
your Mrs. Robert .
by Russell and
can do his part. in helping to provide You're nothing but a magic spell, game were credits for beauty par- .
Raleigh Mock Each guest:
clean, wholesome entertains you've neither form nor face lor service, and they were won by ; 1\1rs.\\ BAPTIST CHURCH NOTES
I a bit of advice, in the bride's
s ment for those boys in camp. ,Uncle there to cheer: Mrs. C. E. BernerMrs.. L. C. Miller -
But you're always which the hostess presented to :Mrs. Church Calendar for the Week
Sam provides for their physical me if I'm gay. or if I weep, and Mrs. A. C. Carlton. Redish.

needs, and gives them plenty of I'm in 'love with you, my darling; Mrs. Wilson served sandwichesand Monday-Daily Vacation Bible
do in their training program iced'drink to Mrs. Hare, Sandwiches, lemonade and in-
work to you're my full eight hours of an school conference to be held at
also them Mrs. Carl- dividual cakes, were: served by the
f ; but he gives sleep. Mrs. Berner Mrs. Miller, church at 2:30. All workers are
plenty of time free for recreationand -Parker T. Wilson. ton, Mrs. 'Malley Palmer, Mrs. A. hostess. Invited were Mrs. n .dish, urged to attend. '

social activities. We cannot L. Hackett, Miss Hazel Prince, Mrs. Mrs. ,Robert, Russell,, Mrs.. Manning
When we first observed the above Carter Mrs' Fred': 'Cato Mrs. Philip Executive committee of W. M. S.
friend's I
follow our own boy and our Melvin Pape, Mrs. H. S. McDuffie, ;
in P.E.B. Gulf Gleam columnwe will meet at church at 3:30 and
poem Mrs. M. A. Thomas, Mrs.
boy to camp and invite him out to Mrs. Gratton George, Mrs. Harry Thielen
dinner, to the shows, ,arrange danc- thought Parker must have found he Knight, Mrs. R. J. Lee and Mrs. S. P. Slonaker;. Mrs. Joe .Cato, Mrs.C. I all officers are urged to attend.

ing, reading facilities and sportsfor some notes of Tommy's after Blanche Turner. W. Stephens; Mrs. : Raleigh Mock, Tuesday-The business and pro-

him. But there's someone todo left. But, upon 'rereading the poemwe Mrs. G. E. Wenzloff," Mrs;>, N. A. W. gram meeting of the W. M. S. will

this job for us, if we all pitchin decided, that Parker,.' really wrote MRS. RACKSTRAW'STEA Hedke, Mrs. H.. 'E. Trice, Miss be, held at the church at 3 p. m.

and provide the necessary back- it. *. *. *. TUESDAYMrs. Christine Redish, Mrs. Gene Beery, All ladies of the! church, are' cordially -

Ing. Mrs. Carl Berner, Mrs. Arch Hodges, invited to attend.

We were very quickly called to Mrs. Oscar ,Shelfer, Mrs. W. I...
The United Service Organization I G. B. Rackstraw entertainedwith Wednesday- mid-week prayer -
(learn those letters,-U. S. O.-for task when last week's paper came the an informal tea at her home Brantley, Mrs George Crow, Mrs.J. service will begin at 8 p.m.*

,you'll be using them and hearing out by no less personages than of the Tuesday afternoon. I Chairs and a W. Ezelle, Mrs. Hubert Land and You 'are cordially invited to attend

them a lot) is the result of a old and the new Club.presidents It was that tea table were arranged under the Miss Marcia Avant and strengthen- your spiritual life.

combination of efforts of, the Y. M. local Garden "If trees in the attractive garden 'of A special feature of this service

"C. A., the National Catholic Com- unassuming paragraph t'rees youhaven't the Rackstraw home BAPTIST W. :M. S. HOST'ESS'TO will be the 15 minutes meditationon
those poinciana
munity Service Salvation Army seen the Guests were Mrs. F. Deane Duff, LAKE DISTRICT MEETINGThe the lesson for Sunday School
Ezelle's and one
Y. W. C. A., Jewish Welfare Board across from Alston build, Mrs., Nieholas Mumford, Mrs. R. M. next Sunday, which will be of
the oldest
in front of Ezelle Mrs. Foy Palm Lake Association' of special interest to teachers and
National Travelers Aid Association Bishop, Mrs. J, W. ,
will finance the ing you're really missing' a treat. I Durrence, Mrs. C. L. McLendon," the Baptist Missionary ;Societies workers. Come and bring a friendto
The would
government but
recreation facili- We stick to our story, Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, Mrs.. Albert held its' district meeting in Clew- this service.Wednesday .

Cost of building in communities like to add,-very meekly-that: all; Hill, Mrs. Harry Vaughn, Mrs. W. iston yesterday with members'' of afternoon, the G.
and centers
ties trees in' town are
and naval the poinciana C. Prewitt and Mrs. K. Bowden. the local'W.. M. S. as hostesses. i I A's.. will meet at the church at
adjacent to army camps gorgeous critters and a daily ride Mrs. J. E. Dillard, Jr.,
uperin-I 3:30 p. m., and girls please register
U. S. O. will
stations the foi
; with cast upwards
around eyes SCHOOL BAND ASSOCIATION tendent of ) the district, on this day. "Preceding registra-
and operate them. During the of.the' flamecoloredblooms l
the sight FORMEDA charge of the' ,afternoon's program.A tion there will be a' general faculty
will be .
in Clewiston
few weeks we experience
Is a devotional service, led by Mrs. meeting, beginning at 2 o'clock..
called to support and contri- ,
upon when art
particularly you of interested patrons of W. L. Bellamy of Moore Haven, Every member of the faculty is requested -
effort.It group
bute to this worthy
tired from labor worry. the Clewiston School Band assembled was on the topic "Are we faithful to attend as' this 'is the
is a privilege to help in this "
stewards? last' conference and time to
i in the Band Room at the Com- pre-
work, and Clewiston will not fail Mrs. H. C. Meador and Mrs. A. for the Bible school.
Center Friday night to dis pare
.. . .
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I -::-:-: :-: : : : : : : :-: : : : : :-: : : : : catch a mess of fish was climb into ::1. I i i'A' "L' ELECTR'IC'i} : I

some old clothes gather: up your ; ; : :
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IF YOU HAVE, A SOX IX tackle and head in most any direction ::1,".' ... L '..' .z.t

SERVICEAnd for every lake' stream, bay or .; ; : : > f: totAA
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sub- : ; .
if you are a paid-up bayou teemed with 'em. : .' "
scriber to The Clewiston News, let I've always insisted that this.j :;;:' -' HOME .: :..,(: .: Y.

us know and we will include with state was the original and only:::... :"
mailed each week another Paradise" and 'j :
your paper genuine "Fishermen's :::: ,.
copy for you. to mail to the son if I couldn't. argue a guy into myway :;: .;. i'

in service. of thinkin' I'd take him out ::"z't". : :s:
We have been wishing for the and PROVE it. The fact is I've .;:::::

past few months that we could bragged so much about Florida :;!:A A S Electricity is the modern servant; a servant that :; :;
of make his,each home-town enlisted'paper man a while present he come fishing to over me from the years up country that folks and :;;:|:A: takes care of both the work and the pleasures of the ':I::i:

Is in the service. However, it say "All right, we're here to check 1 B;!: home ,and one that will :do everything quickly, efficiently ::;:

seems that these men are moved on you and your fish stories and x..

from post to post ,so much that it you'd better make good." I ::I...:_;: I and economically.

is hard for us to keep up with

them.name and By address the time on we the have mailing their 'me That's last week exactly when what Vernon happened Ramsey to cx:::;: .. One penny will toast 26 crunchy slices of toast, or :1:

galley, the address changes, and it from office Suffolk and starts, Virginia talkin', blows like in a guy the :::s.: give your eyes two ,hours of, ,safe reading light 'or operate :;;:

I 1.5.to do all ,over, again. Newspapers from Missouri-he's gotta be shown. i; of =: and ELECTRICITY is
radio for
:are not forwarded by the post of- i::: your most a. day 1
Well I knew that most of the .
f tire,paper but ,clerks and open mail the us undelivered a notice- lakes around, here didn't even have' S::_: one thing that gets cheaper the more of it that you use. :;:::

any water in 'em; let alone fish, !so' ,

addressee'(postage 2. has cents moved.collect)For that these the, and I decides I takes not him to take down any to chances Lake Ots:::;: .That is why it is so easy' to have and enjoy a home I 3 1: :

reasons it becomes too expensive Okeechobee. :At. Bill Johnson's ::: that IS all electric and modern.' .- :
for 'us to undertake to mail a paper SII: ;
camp they tell us the fool fish ?y

gratis. have just naturally been tearin' the z'.S' !
We are 'appreciative of the boys lake apart; they've been strikin' z.';' ?
who in service realize they t YY
are ; we
like a, flock of defense workers, : :

enjoy any news from, the hometown and BIG ones.. :: ELECTRICITY IS YOUR CHEAPEST SERV :f
and that their $21 or so .
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1 monthly doesn't stretch too far. So' So we rents a boat and kicker, j :::: ::::

we like to do our bit,-small though hires a guide, and' we're ,off to do :!%XXX iY

j it may be, to show .our appreciation battle with the"bass. I don't know i:: ANT-USE IT EXTRAVAGANTLY. ." :;::;:

and keep them feeling like home- about Vernon but I personally made : :.. ::::
tolks.So. one'tho'usand nine hundred andsixtythree y

if you are a subscriber we'll more or less perfect y tot:
casts harvested ton and a half ':_.
gladly drop an extra copy in the a y -

post office for your boy. Split open of pepper grass. and never got fish '

I the ends of an envelope. Wrap the ONE. zTr I

paper( in it, seal, affix a one cent Accordin' to the guide, the wind XAX

stamp, and address it. If you'll do was too. high and the water was

;your part, we will do ours. Just dirty but it ought to be all right

let "us 'know"', if you have a son in in the morning. Well, bein' suck- I) Glades Power and Light Co. i I I

service and would like the extra' paper ers for salve and feverish for fish,

to mail, him. It'll be a'. plea- we're ,up. before bieakfast and at 'i.... '

'sure.. r it again.: We slung spoons,' plugs, yt. .
bucktails, rubber horseh'airmice ''.. : J .FJ'f
frogs, '' _
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Apparently! we're all going .to and other assorted hardware ':'':' .----- :- .

have chances to do our bit for national from hell to breakfast,. whippin' I :::::: .. ...... .................... ......... ................" ....+..-................... ..- ......... .. ... .. ... ,.......... ...,:..;.. :
defense. By going at our,I the lake into a r'!!herin' foam, and i'''...:f.:...:....:x:...x: :..::..:x:..i:..>: :XMXK: : : :-x: :"-:...:...:...:...:...:-:...:.-.:...:..: .:-.:...:......r....: :-:...:........:-:.-.:-.:...:...:-.:...:...:...:...:...:...:-.:".:...:...:...:...:...:......:...:...:...:...:...:...:...:...:...: :.....:...:...:..:......::.'.:: f

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partment for years and knows -and receive' advancements' In rating Grocery, mpany, executive 'secretary .:'. i

Hon. John I. Leonard To more about fishin' than the guy ; parallel: to U. S. Naval ServiceIn \ Treadway of the Florida Chain ....: It

.. that wrote the book. He assuredus general, as they become quali- Store Association, announced. Other ..:}
we'd come to the right place companies are expected to co. .

and tells us where to go to get the fied.A operate. I .",'i5I :
" Make Graduation Tale best boat and guide in those parts. high school education is not I

,' We made a deal to go out the nextmornin' required for Navy enlistments.. ....' .

---' \"' and sat around the fish However, high school graduates will .tt.............,....................................-............'................................................ >1' ..,"-,

DICK OWEN IS SALUTATORIAN camp all that evening ,listening'to find excellent opportunity to' ..
Invite Seniors an I .. '
AND ,RENEE, WETHINGTON Baptists I stories about Florida fish and what .!.. B E5fW5ME5. '
I VALEDICTORIANThe they do until we'were fairly pop- serve their'country and at the : ; .

To Sunday ServicesThe eyed. "But you're sure the fish same time receive technical Instruction -, :: = X'
twelve members, of the Senior will be runnin' tomorrow?" I asked. in a useful trade. .;.,

Class of 1941 of Clewiston ''High Senior Class of the Clewis' ""Runnin'?" se says, "why they run, Since over 50% of, the Navy'smen I.IV. =_-__
School will receive their diplomas as consistently ,as Jerry Carter. ----
ton High $School will be honor are specialists with
pay rang =====
j on Monday night at the conclusionof guests of the First Baptist Churchon I Well, the guide was a regular ing from $60 to $157.50 per month, '' =====. ic .

the' graduating exercises which Sunday evening at the' worships fellow, the boat was a honey, and I men enlisting "today" will be petty It -

Trill be held in the high school au- rvice. A large attendance is I the weather was perfect. This' officers and leaders of "to-mor- It.T.

ditorium. anticipated at this service. A reserved 'I' time I knew we were in the groove row"; receiving a substantial in-
Hon. John I. Leonard superintendent section' will be'provided for and on the beam and a ton of fish' come. ,

of schools of Palm Beach Coun- the 'class to sit in a body. We 'are :: was my conservative estimate of X *

ty, will deliver the ,commencement duly proud of this class' and great!I what our catch should be for the CHAIN STORES UNITE .
address on' the subject, "BecauseYou based only fifty percent. of + (
I' things are expected of them as they .day, on FOR "FOOD DEFENSE" V
Are Youth" and the salutatory take their places in society here I the stories we'd heard bein' true. 1 t. ?
I' and valedictory addresses will be .':. .t.
friend downstream !
and there. Come bring a We fished up stream and '
delivered by Richard B. Owen and Orlando, June 4-FNS) Ac- .:.' ..
and' let us show' this class that we inside and outside, back:, .:
Renee Wethington. Special mu- liveba' cepting .an invitation of Florida .i ..
them hundred percent. We used
are for one forth and sideways. .t. :
sical 'numbers will be given by the REV. 'H. C. MEADOR. t and dead bait, plugs an plas- growers and shippers. participatein :: THE ::
United States Sugar Corporationband a nationwide fruit and vegetable :
we cussed
tics, spoons'and spinners .
which will two drive the Florida Chain Store As- V.t.
also play num- CHILDREN'S DAY TO BE and we prayed and held the proper ,
bers before the program begins, i OBSERVED BY' S. SCHOOL thought--but all to no avail. At sociation is' completing plans that :!: : '
Headway March and Magneta Waltz. we'd will place 120 retail outlets in this ;; SEMINOLE ;_
: the end of eight hours succeeded -
state squarely behind the effort and x: 7
The complete graduation program Children's Day will be observed in gatherin' in exactly four: ;.' .
I' aid in the national "Food Defense
Is as follows: Sunday morning at the Community trout, one jack and one snapper. Program."' Operators joining the :b.l\fR.; and Mrs. D., G. ALSTON l

processional-"Organ Echoes"U. Church at' the Sunday School hour, The guide explained that there movement include the Atlantic and t. yV
S. S. C. Band. were days like that. He said ho'd V
9:45. The program is being arranged Pacific Tea Company, Table Sup- .. ...

Opening ,rayer-Rev.. H; C. Mea- by Mrs. Keathley Bowden.A not seen catch it when' a- 'you'd fish and go' all then day along and, ply Company and Winn-Lovett ..:.......................................................................................................'.'
dor, pastor of the Baptist Church. special offering Is being taken for _. I . .
Salutatory Address-Richard B. the purpose of providing funds for about sundown it would, get WORSE.It .

Owen Sunday' School extension work to sure did!( I...........................................................................................'.......................................................................................................................

'< tiAward of American Legion medals underprivileged sections. Everyone' Sometime I'm gdin'' fishin' when

I is cordially invited to attend. it.s'not too hot or too cold, too ,
-J. E. Beardsley.
rough or too calm, when the wa-
Perfect Attendance, scholarship, Fifi FifiJ
athletic activities and the Clarence 17 Men Join Marines ter isn't too dirty' '''or too clear,
when the tide is right and the moonis fV
_ H. Bitting cash award-Prof. R. 'W.
From Palm Beach Area right and everything is RIGHT. VX'
Turk. And if I don't catch fish I'm, goin' X

. Dedication of "Sugar Bowl," ,- out and lynch myself, and then :Mr. .;. .. :!
I school annual-Mrs. Agnes Thomas. 'have something
The U. S. Marines report the 'enlistment Pegler really will y
Class History-Julia Oglesby. of 17 men from the Palm to write about. X' X

Class Prophecy-June Hooker Beach area 'during the month of
Class Will-Doris Hodges. May. Due to the amount'' of: interest U. S. NAVAL RESERVE + 1 fIx X

Address, "Because You Are shown in this branch of the ENLISTMENTSThe

Youth"-Hon. John I. Leonard. service the recruiting office will J *

Valedictory Address Renee remain open for the month of June., Navy Department has' authorized -

Wethington. Sergeant John, Q. Goffe, Non- the enlistment of men 1 .:.
Adwardmg of Diplomas = Dr. C. commissioned Officer in Charge, from 17 to 36 years of age in the 1i1 (

E Weaver, county superintendentof announces that this office has been Naval Reserve for immediate as-.

public instruction, Hendry Coun- authorized an unlimited quota for signment to active duty. This as- V+

ty. the month of June. Applicationsfor signment to active duty will last 1,1
Star Spangled Banner-U. S. S. enlistment are now' being accepted only as long as the National ?

C. Band. from men who meet Emergency. '_::
young :: GLADES POWER and LIGHT :
Closing Prayer-Rev.. Fr. L. J. the following requirements: White, ''These enlistments in the Navy .. ..:'.

Flynn. single, 17: to 30 years of age, 64 to are available to men who have been .t. .t.t
Recessional, "Scout March" and with called by the Selective Service : '
74 inches in height, an COMPANY
U. S. S. C. Band. eighth grade education or better. Board for duty in the Armed Forcesof ..t.. '..t.. ,',:, 1 ,k.. ._.

J Recent changes have made it possible the United States. :: .'

Western "Has Beens" for young men to enlist, for The Naval, ;Reserve glasses are .._.. !_ .

the regular 4 year period, or for the given the same opportunities to attend : .'

Win At Diamond BallThe "Duration of the Emergency" as regular Navy trade schools, b:_._._._._.

they prefer. Sgt. Goffe points out

that_ this... young men who.. .. have, .
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Corporation played their first match Further information about pay, y

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terday afternoon, a seven-inning educational opportunities may be .

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fielding plays by Oliver, Bigg, Bes- nature get the better of his good _; C..:.. :;: GULF OIL,.CORPORATION' I :i:

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of public instruction for his ap timidatlon or.'threats" as an at- by the legislature for the con--

Rev. Moore DeliversBaccalaureate proval. This is a direct outgrowthof tempt to control or .:restrain any
tinuation of the road
the increasing'demands made by "lawful trade, craft or' business" study upon s .

local schools upon state money for Claiming that the independent which the 4-2 gas tax division was

support, and which now amountsto
Sermon"NEGLECT merchants and: chain stores had based.
more thaI60 percent of the
agreed on a compromise license bill,
total cost. The theory is that if tne Mouse -.
Finance and Taxation

NOT THE GIFT THATIS o Ga., and moved to Florida when the money state, it should is going say to how put it up will the be I Committee tion-sponsored approved$10 per an thousand adminfstra-{ tax', ,'...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:..:.:..:..:.,

IN YOU," IS :SER IO\. he was three years old. He taught spent. on inventories with the first thou-

THEME school at Bassinger,- Fla., before he Provisions for an upward revis- sand exempted, and a non-admin- I '

,was 20 years old. ion of assessments. to 100 percent istration proposal providing for a

Rev. G. H. Moore, pastor of the "His public service career began valuation; strengthening of tax flat tax' ranging from $8.50 for ,

First Baptist Church of Fort Pierce, when he was elected tax collectorof deeds to make them convey abso- single stores to $300 per store in y, f,-

delivered the baccalaureate sermonon DeSoto County in 1892. He serv- lute title; and removal of home- chains having more than 100 units. 'i' .:.'

the theme "Neglect not the gift ed two terms. The first was under stead exemption' abuses, are retained The present range. is from $10 to y y '

that is in )"ou" at services held in Francis Fleming as Governor."Mr. in the revised bill. $400. .
the school auditorium' Sunday even- Peeples was one of the Action on the general appropriation A bill taking three percent from '

ing. founders of Glades County, created bill when the y
was speeded up A
special funds for the benefit of the !y
Taking his text from the New during the administration of for- pension bloc withdrew the proposed ':' ,.;-
general fund has passed both houses .,
Testament ,Scripture lesson in the mer Gov. Cary A. Hardee. He' was eight million collar appropriationfor ?
and now goes to the governor for
fourth chapter of Timothy, Rev. commissioner In and
appointed county old age pensions agreedto his signature. Governor Holland 'i' .:.
Moore made a strong appeal to the 1922, and served four terms, the let the $6,700,000 already pro- had '.' .:.

:graduates to make the most of their last two as chairman of the vided stand for the next two years. vision proposed but undoubtedly a two percent will pro- 'i' ..t.'i' .

opportunities and to cultivate their board. However, at the last. minute a new the agreeon .:.
percent. The act will
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talents. He urged them to go for- bill, designated to raise an ad' ..
Florida :
"The 1931 session of the apply to the beverage department, : ,.
ward while they are young and to Legislature named the main high- ditional two million dollars, was motor vehicle 'ie .:1
department, citrus '.' ,:.
,strive toward the finer things' in the Introduced. It would place a lux- To The Class
way through Glades County as commission, and a number of oth- 'i' s.
:life. "He who dreams only, loses, Joe Peeples Memorial Highway. ury tax on admissions, dues, cosmetics er bureaus ,and commissions.An y y
said the speaker. should put razors and razor
"Mr. Peeples is a cattle raiser, soaps,
his dreams into action." He com- having started in this business in blades, real and costume jewelry, interesting comparison of the .:. of 1 1941 1 .:.

pared the graduates with Timothyand 1889, and has large ranches in both playing cards, cigarettes, soft drinks, value the senate places on two I ,

gave his advice to them as Highlands and Glades Counties."He and sporting goods. Former bills agencies which have been promin-\i:i: :i:

Paul gave his advice to Timothy covering the majority of these items ent in legislative circles is revealed ,'

when he began his ministry as a lives on his ranch at Citrus west have been killed and Governor Hol- by the refusal of the senate to vote :: Parker T. WilsonN '.'
Center, a settlement 10 miles I 'i' 'i'y
missionary. Rev. Moore said "Of land has stated that he will veto for an appropriation to continue the y

all the deposits God,. has made in of Moore Haven. I any such tax. studies made by the Brookings In. y y

the earth, you are the most valuable. The redistricting of the state into stitute, and the appropriation made .
God expects his most valuable Summary of senatorial districts, according to : :N:N:N:N N:N:N N:N:N:N:N N:N:N:N:N:N:N:1.:N:N:N:N j

return from his most valuable de population and which" wpuld give, laNNHN

posit. Do not neglect the gift that Legislative Activity south Florida five new senators .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-..:..:..:.'.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. :.:N:.:N:NN:1N1.:..:N:..:NN:N:Nti NNNNIa

is in you. Be loyal and give your and north Florida a correspondingloss y

greatest return to Him." was stymied in the House last ..Y f

.., The stage was beautifully decorated By' CLYDE J. BASER week by legislators from the northern :;: ::: .:. .:.,
Florida News Service Staff Writer
with baskets of Easter lilies ar 1 part of the state. Similar bills :i: :i:
ranged'with Queen Anne's lace and have been introduced and defeated yy + +
Tallahassee, June 4-FNS) -
with vases of blossoms' from the his tax with equal regularity in all past ? ::: :::
A shrewd compromise on
exotic poinciana tree. Principal sessions within the memory of y :z., ....-: :: 1 .?.
reform program was offered by y ? '.' :
R. W. Turk with the visiting min- ..
Holland at the close of : ':'
Governor man.The
ister and other assisting ministerssat creation of a new sixth con- X X 'i'. 'i'
First he proposed that
week. ,
last : '
on the stage with the graduatesin gressional district in the Lake X. (
I State Comptroller Jim Lee be authorized X. y y
blue caps and gowns. A commun- Okeechobee area was passed by' the : ':' ':'

ity chorus of mixed voices sang the to carry out the duties of house. The senate, which killeda .. .:. ::: :::
state tax commissioner until the '' ..
processional "God of Our Fathers, similar bill earlier in the session ':' ':. .'. .'.
Whose Almighty Hand," the reces- voters approve a constitutional will now be called' upon to .y: UI COMPLIMENTS ? f f
in '
that office
creating .
sional, "God, the All Merciful," anda amendment act upon the house bill. The fight ':' '' ':' ':'
the general election of 1942. ':' TO Tub GRADUATES 'i'
special hymn "Softly and Tenderly here' is the same as that on the : ':'
This move has several advan- :: :: .:. .:.
A. :
during the services. Rev. senatorial 'redistricting proposal. :
tages: It names in advance the ? ?
A. Froelich, visiting minister of th. North Florida wants the new congressman ? y Y
in whom the authority to regulate y y
Church and Rev. H. Y
Community to come from that sec-
local assessments will be vested X X Y Y
C. Meador, pastor of the Clewiston j I tion while south Florida claims thatit f
the interim f
:Baptist, Church, assisted in the J instead is entitled to it on a populationbasis. :: '
in doubt. By vesting TURNER'S '
appointment ;
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, J! Mrs. R.' Y. Patterson-- and sons, I Mrs. 'I. S. Bell, .Miss Christine -PLANS- FOR DAILY VACATION rol Miner. Barbara Griffin, Eddie ..;...

. ( Bob and Dick Patterson, were visi Bell and Mr., and Mrs. N. R. Hager BIBLE SCHOOL COMPLETED Jo Davis, Gene Anderson, Darrell .j ;:'

tors in West Palm Beach,' Wednes. left Sunday to spend a week or Wayne Guthrie, Sandra Jones, John .. r PersonalS ] day. two vacation in the mountains of 'Registration day for the Bible Niblack, Dick Whitaker and Sandra .'. <*

North Carolina. School which is sponsored by the Lucaa. j;; ,
Rev. G. H. Moore of Fort Pierce First Baptist Church will be heldon .!

spent the week-end' Clewiston as Mr. and Mrs.' Jack Joyner of Friday, June 13, at 3:30 o' MRS. GEORGE CROW HOSTESS '1

,', Mr. and Mrs. Berry Ingram were guest of Rev. and Mrs. H. C. Pompano and Mr. and Mrs.,-Pnilip clock. Preparations are' being AT BRIDGE CLUB WEDNESDAYMrs .

week-end visitors In Fort Myers. Meador.Mr. I Straker of Fort Lauderdale were rushed ,in order I to make this a
( ;,'. ',' week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs.. great school for the boys and girlsof George Crow entertained

Mrs. Arthur O. Oliver spent this and Mrs. Elbert L. Stewart, J. A. McGehee.' The visitors went the community. All boys and ; mmebers of her bridge club at her

week In 'Miami and Key West. are 'expected home', tomorrow. following bass fishing while here and returned girls of the community are invitedto apartment Wednesday afternoon.
the close. of the, legislaturein with 17'. Sunday afternoon.Mr. participate in this school; the Wooden' salad bowls were awardedto
i Tallahassee. ages are four through 12 years. A Mrs. Foy Durrence as first prize

Mr. and Mrs.' F.E Conkllng and and 'Mrs. J. A. McGehee attended splendid corps of workers are going ; and' a kitchen salt and pepper set
sons spent the week-end at Bonita Louis Letter who is in the army the graduation exercises at to do everything possible to I to Mrs. A. C. Carlton as 'second

Beach. and stationed in Jacksonville, spent Monte Verde School for Girls at: make the school worthwhile. prize. '

the week-end here with friends and Monte Verde, Florida. Their These department heads are as Mrs.. Crow served chicken salad,

i '. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Harris, .wers relatives. daughter Runelle, completed- her follows: Principal, Rev. H. C. saltines, pickles) and iced tea. Those

visitors in Fort Myers Saturday high school course thereat exercises Meador; Beginners department, Mrs. playing were Mrs. Harry Knight,

afternoon.Mrs. Carol Redish, who recently,; en-' held Thursday evening. May F. Himrod; Primaries, Miss Mrs.. R. 'M. Hare, Jr., Mrs. Jimmy

listed in the U. S. Navy, has "beentransferre'd -' Edythe Nell Cornette; Junior' department Wilson, Mrs. ,C. E. Miner, Mrs. .

.. H. A. Bestor and George to the navy base, near Miss Florence Graham, who has Mrs. C. S. Waters; Howard, McNeece, Mrs. Carlton,

Beator were visitors in Miami Wed Jacksonville from Norfolk,. Va. been employed for the past seasonat Pianist, Miss Doris Hodges.' Thereare Mrs. Duriencs: and Mrs. Crow. '\

nesday.' the Toggery Shop, will spend other teachers and helpers. .
Mrs., L. A. O'Steen of Fort Myers, next week with Mrs. William John- The Bible School begins of- ,
Miss visited her daughters; Mrs. R. C. in Canal Point, and 'spend the Is' Your Subscription Paid?
Mrs. M. E. Von Mach and son ficially Monday, June 16, but ,it is
Ruth Marshall were visitors in Nowling and Mrs. J. L. '-Wnitalcer, summer with her parents, Mr. and hoped that a large number will
here this week.. Mrs. J. J. Graham, in Jacksonville.
West Palm Beach Friday register Friday to avoid as much

She will return to the Toggery Shopin interruption Monday as possible. A MECHANICAL, STRUCTURAL
Robert Taylor
Mis. Dean King returned Sunday Mr. and Mrs for I the fall. parade will ,follow registration on ARCHITECTURAL DESIGNS
arrived Wednesday'
Plant City '
from a visit of several days with Friday. Maps Estimates
a Mrs. .F. L. Tatom in Lake Worth a short visit with her parents, Mr. I Mrs. E. E. Kelley, who is spend-;
Slonaker. JOHN H. DOTYEngineering
and Mrs. S. P._ ...' .. ing this month at Fort Myers Beach MARY JEAN KING CELEBRATESHER
Mr. and Mrs. J. H; Doty, Miss has as her guests for ,the week-end Consultant '
Maxine and Willard Doty, spent Mrs. J. G. Niblack and 'son:,"'Johnnie several girls from the ,Baptist Gh'ls'Auxiliary 3RD BIRTHDAY SATURDAY I Hopkins BIdg. Clewiston, Fla.

Sunday in Miami -- and her mother, 'Mrs'M.. J. I of which she'is coun-

\ --..- Hirsch, spent the,' week-end, in'West; I selor. In the group are Anita Mrs. Arthur H. King entertaineda

Miss Virginia Lawhon returned Palm Beach with Mr.and. : 'Mrs.' 'W. Ehney, Caroline Robison, Wanda I large group. of children Saturday I '

.' Sunday' from a two weeks' visit R. Patterson. Shelter, Wilma Tingle, Betty Lou afternoon in celebration of the Johnson's Fish CampNear
I with her parents in Baker, ''Florida. and Ruth Emrich, Shirley Kruegerand
John T.' Allen of the ,OpaLockaAir Nadine Andrews.AndersonGraham. third birthday of her daughter, ( Hurricane Gate)

Mrs. Nell Grigsby of LaBelle was_ Base, spent Saturday here visit- Mary Jean.. The children played Glewiston, Fla.

a business visitor in Clewiston 'Mon ing his brother, Dan B. Allen 'and outdoors for a while and were served Boats and Motors-Guide Service
family, and enjoying a fishing trip '
Rates ReasonableW.
day. candy, ice cream and cake. A
on Lake Okeechobee while, here. 'I H. Johnson, Mgr
... pink and green color scheme was
Mrs. B. J. Schroeder and Joe i Friends of Mr. and Mrs. J.: J.
Mr.. and Mrs. 'Judson _Francis and carried out in decorations and re-
Schroeder, Jr., 'are'visiting rela- Graham will be 'interested to learn
tives in Stuart this week. children left Wednesday. for. their i, of the marriage of their daughter, freshments.[ I
home in Canal Point, after ;visiting CLEWISTONTINNING
; Edith, to I. ,B. Anderson of Jack Invited were Elsie Anderson,
Mrs. O. A. Clarke is spending Mr, and Mrs. A. O. Ward, for a sonville. The marriage took placein &,'PLUMBING SHOP
Betty Sue Andrews, Sylvia Beatty,
several days with her daughter in few days. the First' Methodist Church, .
Billy and Bobby Childress Beverly Anything_ Plumbing. Fixtures
Myers. 4th. .
Fort : Jacksonville, on May
Morris Ford, student at the Ci- Mrs. Anderson has many friendsin Carlton. Betty Elder, Gene ,and Prompt, Efficient Service

R. J. Lee made a business \trip tadel, arrived from Charleston, S. Clewiston, having visited here Diana Mathis, Alice and Jane Mc- PETER CHRISTENSEN Mgr.
the ,
C.,, this week to spend summer
i to Jacksonville Monday, returning frequently during her parents' resi- Gowan, Walker Nail, Suggs,
with his parents, Mr. 'and Mrs. G. Tommy
Tuesday. dence on the government reserva-
I M. Ford. Martha Davis, Eleanor Vowell, Mary
I tion. Her, husband has a splendid
Mrs. Maud Hare is spending a position with a Jacksonville business Jane and Linda Lee, Agnes Ann

couple of weeks in West Palm, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Beardsley and, fjrm and the couple will re- Hackett, Johnnie Tatom, Jay Car- J. M. COUSE .
Beach. son, Bruce, were in Gainesville. the !''side "
first of the week to attend gradua- ,there.RedishWaters Counselor and Attorney at Law .

L. F. 'Scharfschwerdt of Okee-: tion exercises at the University of FOR RENT-One 2-room furnished Hopkins Building

chobee was a visitor in Clewiston Florida. cottage. One bachelor apart- Wednesdays and Saturdays

Sunday. Mrs. George E. Crow, Jr., and, ment. Lights. and water furnished. 0:80 to 4:00 .
. Billie Sue have A wedding that came as a surprise Mrs. M. D. Royals. 3t.
4 Mrs. Ruth B. Owens and' Miss her 'baby daughter, ,
month's visit with to many friends of the young n.
visitors returned from a 1
Florence Graham were
Thursday afternoon in Miami.M. Mr. and 'Mrs. G. E. Crow, Sr., in couple: occurred Saturday evening
Jefferson City, Missouri.Mr. when Miss Gaudy Waters, daughter:
of Mr. and Mrs.' G.. M. Waters, and
A.. Moore of Camp Blanding by .
spent the week-end in Clewiston and Mrs. E. W. Durst and Carlisle Redish were married of the 1 1First DR. WALTER F. PURDON
Meador pastor
H. C. ,
Mildred Durst have moved -
with Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Marsh. Miss of Clewiston.The .
the house on Pasadena Avenue, Baptist Church Announces that after Sunday_ June 8, 1941, he :will be in
children recently vacated by Mr. and Mrs.G. ., quiet ceremony took place at
Mrs. C. T. Williams and ,
seven o'clock in the pastor's home his office in the Hopkins Bldg., daily except Thursday and -
of Dothan, Ala., are visiting her A. Rumpf.Ed .
I mother, Mrs. Harry Minear.Mr. ,. and was attended only by the and families Sunday. Evening hours Monday, Tuesday, Friday and Sat- .
Ward, son ofIr.. and Mrs: of the couple and by Mr. I

and Mrs. J. M. Fullwood left A. O. Ward, ,who recently went to Mrs., ManningKeen, who were the urday. ,

Wednesday for West Palm Beach Camp Blanding, Fla., for a year's attendants. *
I Following the ceremony the Practice of Osteopathic Medicine
to visit ,relatives. army service, has been transferredto _
Camp Walters, Texas., couple; ,left for, Fort Myers Beach and Surgery
the week-end.
where they spent
Mr. and Mrs. F. M.: Rodriguezwere
visitors in Fort Myers Saturday Gideon H. Brown left Saturdayfor They are residing in Nail's Court,

: Clinton, Indiana, to join Mrs.' South Clewiston.'IILADIES
Brown and their children Marjorieand

'!Mr. and Mrs. J. A.. 'Marsh and Warren, who have been 'visit-. AID HOLDS THURSDAY COVERED .:...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..,:.,:..I:..:..:-.-.-:..:...-:..::
Mr. and Mrs., H. B. ,Hamblin were ing Mr. and Mrs. Warren C. DISH LUNCHEON .. 's'y

visitors in Fort Myers, Sunday. Wright for two months. y'i'
R. Y; Pat- .
'-- Mrs. H. C. Jones, Mrs. 1\ rr's.
Mrs. Lenora Johnson of Forty Mr. and Mrs.' R. N. Smith are terson and Mrs. M. W. Bigg were

'I Mjers is in Clewiston visiting Mrs. parents of a baby girl, whom they hostesses at the June meeting of *
Marian Lee. have named Sally? The baby the Ladies Aid Society. As has ,
and was born been the custom for several years
weighed 7 VI pounds ..
Memorial Hospital in this meeting was held in connection, .s. .. 1
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Moon of Fort in the Lee
Meade spent the week-end in Fort Myers Sunday, June 1, with a covered dish luncheon which V
Clewiston. 1 the hostesses arranged and served, .s.

Mrs. Howard McNeece spent a each member contributing some part

Mrs. A. H. King, Miss Marcia few days here this week yisitingher of the menu. X t iy0c we i iI
Avant, Mrs. H. A. Land and Shari mother, Mrs. A. J. Guthrie. Mr. Mrs. W. H. Lanier, president, presided .. 6 e.J .
Palm her Thursday and at the meeting after lunch. .
Land were visitors in West McNeece joined I pu0 NR E1SS 1ElUFl
Beach yesterday. they left for a vacation tripto As part of the program Mrs. O. A. .a ewe

Michigan. _\ ; Jones read a book review of "One I J 't'
Foot In Heaven," the biography of
Margaret Von Mach, Elizabeth ,
Winn, Juanita Burkette, Laura Mr. and C.Milldr moved a country preacher. / ,.
\.- .. Bailey and Gloria McDuffie were in Saturday in their .new 'home on Mrs. M. M. Prewitt, chairman of ,.
7the" Catholic the finance committee, led the discussion -
Pahokee Thursday afternoon. Osceola Avenue, near Y"i'
was of and means to raise -. .
Church. The house purchasedfrom ways .b
Miss Marjorie Allen left Thurs- H. E. Trice .and has just*' been money during the coming year. :s: ',' ', ,

day for a visit with her uncle and completed. Plans to give a play in place of the ,I ::s: \' (Explanation on Page Ten) .,.'. ." ,,}
aunt, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Polk, In annual bazaar were Y

Homestead.Mrs. Bob, Dan and Jim Beardsley! have The society "voted to move its :;: ... ::
returned from Gainesville to spend kitchen equipment and dishes to .

Elsie, Adams of Pahokee I the summer at the home of' their the Community Center for 'general .=. 't

spent the week-end with Mrs. Jetta parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Beards- use of any group who may use the

Geiger, receptionist at the Clewis- ley. Jim ''Beardsley, who is an center. .*_: Young couples who are thinking of a :?
ton Hospital. R. O. T. C. officer will enter campin I Attending the meeting were Mrs. :: will be interested in :::
June wedding our
.July for a year's service. I M. W. Bigg, Mrs. F. Deane : Duff, ; ;;

Mr. and Mrs. Ed Charley and Mrs. Foy Durrence, Mrs. J. H'I :_: loan plan-it means they can build a *: .

son, who have been employed, in Albert Hill was called to Virginiathis Doty, Mrs.. J. W. Ezelle, Mrs. O. :
: :*: home of their for it on a I
W. ,
Clewiston: during the season, left week by the sudden illness of Jones, Mrs.' H. C. Jones, Mrs. pay

Saturday for their home in Illinois his mother. He drove to Tampa, H. Lanier,. Mrs. I. D.' Leydig, Mrs. :;;: monthly basis-and be their own land- : -
taking 'a plane from there. Mrs. E. C. Mills, Mrs. W. ,C. Owen, Mrs.R. I
:;: lord from the start! We'll be glad :::
Prewtit, right
Harriet and Carol Joy Alston are Hill is visiting her parents, Mr. Y. Patterson, );Irs. M. M. ::

visiting "their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Achard, in Fort Mrs. J. H. Pressley, Mrs. Otto Lar- :*_: to talk it over with you. ::
and Mrs. Walter F. Jenkins, at'Fort Myers during his absence. sen, Mrs. F. E. Conkling, Mrs. Nich- X
Myers Beach for a few weeks. olas Mumford and Mrs. C. W. i it

Gaynam and Larry Rackstraw, of Fuller. .
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Morrison and West Palm Beach, visited their
Miss Barbara Morrison left this father, G. B. Rackstraw, and Mrs. SCHOOL EXPRESSES THANKSWe

week to spend two weeks on vacation Rackstraw Monday. Both boys -- yy
:- in and near St. Petersburg.Mr. have recently enlisted in the armed. wish to thank Bob and Dick

forces, of the United States; Gay- Patterson Patricia Bailey, Gra'ccWard .
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and Mrs. A, 0. Ward, Grace nam in the Army and Larry, who Mary Louise Thomas and y
Ward and Miss Hazel Prince were will graduate this week from: the others for the generous donation of y

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caribou if we need it. You'll sleep IMPROVED
in the plane cabin tonight and Slim UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL Gems of Thought

LampYa11ey 1.! and"And I'll then camp what on shore?" I asked here.,"trying I PPICURUS should rather says have that regardto you

to voice.keep the desolation out of my SUNDAY Lesson eat the, than company to what with you whom eat ,you and

EY "Then in the morning, when Slim's By HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST D. D. drink.
working on ,his ship and packing in Dean of The Moody Bible Inslituteof
Life is not so short but that
the gas, you and I will start over (Released by Western Newspaper Union.) there is
Three women love Sidney Lander, Alaska leg while hunting. Barbara misinterprets land for Big Squaw Creek We always enough for
mining engineer. He If engaged to Barbara the rescue and flings away her engagement should 'do it in a day. And every courtesy.-Emerson.
Trumbull whose rich father is contesting ring. day counts.." Lesson for June 8 Gather roses while they bloom,
the mining claim of Klondike Coburn now At last the air begins to clear up In Tomorrow is yet far
It au.'ay.
was enough to But
dead. Because of Carol Coburn. teacher at Carol's and Sidney's romance. easy say. Lesson Moments lost have no room
subjects Scripture
Matanuska Lander breaks with TrumbulL Lander and Carol decide to fly to Chakl- out on the trail, ten hours later, I and copyrighted by International texts selected In tomorrow or
Salarla Bryson a big out-door girl also tana scene of her father's claim. But they realized there was little romance in Council permlssldn.of Religious Education; used by today.GLEIM..

loves Lander. She disappears. seem unable to charter a plane. mushing over the broken terrain of We triumph without glory

Lander finds Salaria. She had Injured her Trumbull's hand Is seen In this. the Alaskan hinterland. There was BEGINNING OF WORLD when we conquer without dan-

INSTALLMENT XVIIIt no path through the spruce groves MISSIONS ger.-Corneille. '
and no foothold on the hillside rub.
was the incompetents, of course, "Why aren't you carrying, radio ble. Twice we worked our way up LESSON TEXT-Acts 12251312. In every object there is inexhaustible -

who'd caused the most trouble, the equipment?" rough traverses that came to a GOLDEN TEXT-And he said unto them, meaning; the eye
incompetents like the prolific and "I'm a bush pilot. What good is dead end and compelled us to retrace Go ye Into all the world and preach tho sees in it what the eye brings
indolent Betsy Sebeck and her unkempt two-way radio to,us when we're bel our steps. Our shoulder packs gospel to every creature.-Mark,16:15. means of seeing.-Carlyle.

brood of offspring. But even ly-dragging through a 'thousand trimmed down as they were to essen-
in their sloth they remained instru- miles of wilderness?" tials, seemed to grow in weight with Nineteen hundred years of "front

ments of destiny. For it was the "You know the Chakitana, of I the growing hours. I even came to line action" for Christ began that Piano an Accomplishment
day in Antioch when the first mis-
mountainous Betsy's two-year-old course
resent the tugging burden of Sock-
daughter Azalea who tried her best "Sure," answered Slim. "I was Eye's old six-gun swinging from my ,sionaries _of the cross were sent You Can Teach Yourself

to swallow,an open safety pin, while grounded and frozen in there two belt holster. But I could see that forth. There is no more thrilling

playing about a littered tent floor, winters ago. Since then we've kepta my own burden, compared to Landers story in all history.I. .

the safety pin already alluded to. gas cache at Carcajou Lake." He was trivial. For my trail mate The Base of Operations (vv.

The pin stuck in the child's throat, scanned the welter of peaks and val- carried a belt ax and rifle and grub 1-3). '

and the mother, thinking it was' leys over which we were arrowing. bag and blankets. Sometimes he Every army must have a home

choking to death, ran out screamingfor "You'll be seeing it in half an hour, had to use the ax to cut a way base; just so, the army of the Lord

help. It wasn't long before Katie if the fog holds off." through the undergrowth.We looks to the home church, the local 1s

and her Black Maria arrived on But the fog didn't hold off. were two plodding animals, gathering of God's people. An army

the scene. She. failed to find the A new uneasiness crept throughme swallowed up by the wilderness, would fail if those at the base of its

pin and suspected it had slipped as we went higher, to climb into fighting our way through from one action were asleep, or so interestedin

down to the child's esophagus. But the clear. Our pilot seemed to be peril to another. And when we the pleasures of this world, or so

as she was" without either X-ray watching the valley bottom over slept out that night, with a campfire indifferent to their responsibility,
machine or bronchoscopic instru- : which we were winging. He dropped between us and the aurora borealis that they would not work hard in

,ments, she decided the case was lower as the cloud floor fell away brushing the blue-white peaks of the support of the active army. So the _

serious and took matters in her own under us. He gave me the impres- mountains above us, I lay stunned cause of Christian missions cannotgo

hands. In the absence of her Ruddy sion that he was peering about for with a slowly widening sense of solitude ahead if it has to depend on a

she radioed for a plane to carry her familiar landmarks. touched with unreality.It home church which is spiritually

patient down to a properly equipped Then I saw him stiffen and cry was the far-off howl of a wolf asleep, indolent, indifferent, and

hospital.The out, at the same time that Lander that brought a final cry of protest worldly minded.

answer came, three hours leaped to his feet. from my lips. The church at Antioch prayed and

later, when we heard the drone of "What's that?" was the latter's "I'm not much good to you, am fasted. It ministered the Word of

a motor through the hilltops.The sharp demand. I[?" Lander quietly announced.I God. It was responsive to the guid-

courier of the sky, in this Slim Downey didn't turn as he detected a new timbre in his ance of the Holy Spirit and readyto 's 'is

case, proved to be Slim Downey, the shouted back. But there was indig- I voice. And it was both a joy and a sacrifice by giving .its leaders to .S.. 'j rA

Cordova pilot, who had picked up nation in his voice. peril to me."You're the missionary cause. Is your

the summons when he stopped to refuel "It's rifle shots. There's some a good fighter," I told church that kind of a church? If Short-Cut Way to Learn Music

at Fairbanks, onhis, way south. fool shooting at us. >\ him. not, why not?
from the Porcupine. Then I saw the helmeted head "But that isn't everything," he HAPPY accomplishment to
upper A
Observe also that it is from sucha
But while the colony children stoop closer to the instrument board. suggested."No play the piano, to entertain
church that God calls His workers.
pawed about the knees of that hel- it isn't everything," I agreed. with the latest hits. As for thatspecial
His Sunday school teacher, you may
went for'a
gaze moment, man his favorite tune
meted Viking and fingered and pat- ,
have in class next Sunday one
down the dark your I
and then
returned -
lures him like
ted his plane'struts, Katie did an a magnet!
leaders of the next
to face. of the missionary
odd and my Learning to play isn't hard. You
altogether unexpected "I know what said' generation. See to it that the mes-
thing. When she noticed her little j) you mean, read music quickly with the aid
that heart.II. .
in that overdisturbing low voice of sage from God
patient in greater distress and giv- of a chart which shows lifesizethe
his. "But our fight isn't Good Soldiers of the Cross
won yet. .
ing every evidence of a choking fit, part of the keyboard.
"But aren't we letting something (vv. 2-4).
Katie took the child by the heels, *
and, holding her upside down in better slip through our fingers? J The, army does not call, for the Tempted to learn how? Do! Our 24-page

those muscular big hands of hers, ry was Lander foolish sat enough considering to cry this.out. weak or physically handicapped to Instruction chart, explains book elements, with life-size of music keyboard, time,
abruptly cracked-the-whip with that serve Just so, God's service calls chord building. Has three favorite pieces
"You call me a good he for practice. Send for
fighter, of your copy to:
limp and unprotesting little body. finally said. "But I've for the strongest men and women

She swung and jerked it as a busy r. done for is any fighting the church, not the misfits" or fail-
you easily'explained. READER-HOME
housewife shakes a floor rug to rid ures. A 'girl was once heard to remark SERVICE
it of dust. It seemed like sudden somewhere? I between asked. And again, .I : "If I can't get married, I 635 Sixth Avenue New York City

madness. But an equally sudden peaks I could the blue-white' will be a missionary." Fortunatelyfor Enclose 10 cents in coin for your
hear the far-off wolf
shout went up from the watchers.For howl. God's work, she did get mar- copy of QUICK COURSE- IN PIANO

there in plain view ried. Some men who cannot succeed PLAYING.ff.Joseph.
they sawa "Because I've' always loved "
safety pin fall out between their iV/ you, in business think that means
he said with his face a ,little closerto
feet. mine. they should be missionaries.God .

"I guess that puts a kink in my Then he stooped still lower, and wants our best (Deut. 15:2)]

mercy'flight," observed Slim Dow- pressed his cheek against my cheek, and He wants the best a church can
ney as Lander pushed through to his give, which means the best spiritu- '
side.I CHAPTER XXII ally, but in other ways as well. ." I WORLDS lARGEST SELLER AT I 1f
saw the two men standing there, Note also in verses 3 and 4 that the
"It's rifle There's
talking together. And I saw a quick fool at "some When we broke camp the next messengers of the Lord must be con-
and affirmative nod of Slim's hel- shooting us. Point of Honor
morning Sidney Lander seemed sur- stantly led of the Holy Spirit.

meted head. This wa? followed by a series of er of himself. Through his binocu- UI. The Heat of Battle (vv. 5-10). As "unkindness has no remedyat

"We've got our break," he said hand movements that were mean- lars he examined the wide and twist- Warfare is not a Sunday school law," let its avoidance be with
with an exultant light in his to But before I you a point of honor.-Hosea
eye. ingless me. even ing valley country and announcedthat picnic. It means conflict with the
"Slim's to fly us in to the Chaki- heard the stutter of the engine I we'd have to climb up into higher forces of the enemy. So the mis- Ballou.
tana. could read alarm in that forward-
territory. sionary of the cross must be pre-
It was while Lander was stowing bent figure. "I begin to know these hills," he pared to meet Satanic opposition.

away our duffel, half an hour later, "They got my fuel tank," Slim told me. "We're at last getting Saul and Barnabas met this "son of fiervous Restless

and I was waiting to climb into the suddenly shouted over his shoulder. somewhere." the devil" (by the way, reader, we

cabin, that the culminating touch "That's Blackwater Lake on our left He pointed into the distance.I trust you do not belong to that fam-
came to that drama of speed.It there. I think I can make it. I've "That's the Chakitana 8
he called
ily) who opposed the work of grace G If 101 V Cranky? Restless?
came in the person of Salaria, got to make it." I down to me. I detected a note of which had begun in the heart of the I l\ Can't sleep? Tire

mounted bareback on one of her We veered a little as we slid down I II excitement in his voice. "And in an (vv. 8-10). .ll IU t easily? Because of z
father's_ horses. I an invisible stairway that was noth- : hour we ought to be spotting the governor distress of Then monthly 1
However there are those who do functional disturbances? try
She swung off her horse and came ing but crystal-clear air whistling Big Squaw." Lydia E.Flnknam's Vegetable Com-
seek to hear the Word of God (v. 7)
straight to my side. through our struts. I could see the So we pushed on again. But my The businessof pound.
"Kin I come?" she said. She earth coming up to meet us. AndI trail mate's rise in spirits was not as did Sergius PJnkham's Compound Is famousfor
said it roughly yet almost imploringly -, could, feel Lander's hand groping an enduring one. the missionary is to preach to relieving pain of Irregular periods
them but not only to them. The and cranky nervousness due to such
for mine as we catapulted over ragged "I don't like this loss of time," minia- disturbances. One of the most effec-
"What for?" I asked, at a loss for ; cliffs with little patches of snow he said as he glanced at the sun. City of Paphos was really a tive medicines you can buy today
ture of the world of that day. It wasa for this purpose-made especiallyfor
I words before such impetuosity. between them. Then the valley wid- "It's three days now. And we may cultureand low women. WORTH TRYING 1
I Greek city of high ,
ened again and between the lightly be too late."
"To swing in, if there's any fightin' ruled by the Roman
morals. It
," she announced. "I kin be a wboded slopes beneath us I could "Too late for what?" I questioned. was of noble character
two-legged wildcat when there'scall" see a dark-surfaced pool of water "We'll know that when we get governor, a man
for it." that became much more than a poolas there," he said with a curtness and a "man of understanding" (v. Words a Drug
7). But right with him was Elymasthe Words are of course the most
drew down ,
I had to ,tell her of'course that we on it. which I wrote down to overtensionednerves. ,
there'd be no call for, it. But,I I heard Slim's throaty shout of sorcerer, a wicked and ungodly powerful -drug used by mankind. ..,...
ticed that Salaria's dusky no- gratitude and felt Lander's hand So still again we went forward. Jew, a disgrace to his own people Kipling.. J
eyes con- hindrance to the work of God.
e tinued to hold a look of despera tighten on mine. But we merely sat "It's great country," Lander and a God rejoices in the
tion. there, in silence, as we taxied to a called back over his shoulder.I The messenger of
to minister the Word,
"You've got Sid Lander she said stop. couldn't agree with him. It
with a shoulder-movement, of Slim took out a cigarette and sat seemed wild and torn and empty, the whether to Roman, Jew, or Greek, GOOD /l ,
j com-
prehension touched with abnegation. .down on .a rock. Then he moppedhis outpost of the world, a scarred bat- of high or low estate, wicked or DAUasrores
face. tlefield where titanic good, interested or antagonistic.
"I'm dumb forces had
fool hen
as as a in a
snowdrift," she dolorously con- "We've got to get gas," he an- clashed and enmities older than man They all need God's Word. sornc t ,

fessed. "I never savvied." nounced, "from our Carcajou cache. had left desolation in the wake of ,IV. Victory for Christ'vv.. 11, 12). itso

"Savvied what?" questioned.- But it's no good ,to me, of course, tumult and warfare.I The army goes into battle with the fth4s sy.. .

"I never savvied until that silk- until "I've plugged that hole in my was glad when Lander came to purpose of winning a victory, or it r

skinned Trumbull cat'put me wise tank. a stop, at the end of a traverse that is defeated before it starts. The 1 Jt i Qs % lescedRe1 e,2
Salaria's embittered "Can you do it?. I rather tremu- led to a wide rock ledge overlooking Lord's army is on a victorious
twas reply. "ButI -
sure gave her an earful when I lously inquired. the westerly running valley. The march, certain of success, becauseHe RHEUMATISM LUMBAGOVIGILANCE
had the chance. I may'not git Slim laughed at my woebegonelook. valley itself widened out, with a that is in us is "greater than he

him. But she won't." cleft or two in the hill ranges wherea that is in the world" (I John 4:4).
"It'd surprise you what a bush- series of canyons and smaller In dealing with the sorcerer, Paul 'J)

CHAPTER XXI hawk can do when he has to. WhenI valleys radiated out from the lower brought down the drastic judgment

was iced down on Cranberry Lake wide bowl, with gravel beds and of God. Note that this was not done

last winter, with a dead battery and groves of stunted spruce inter- because Elymas opposed Paul, or COMMITTEEADVERTISING
The which had
valley, once seemed no starting crank, I was blacksmith spersed along it's broken slopes.. because he had some different be-
&o big to me, became a narrow shad- enough to turn.an oil-screen "
wrench "We've made it, I heard Landersay. liefJUt because he in his wickedness
ow between clustering peaks, peaksas into a hand crank. There's always
white as wolf teeth, that lost their, opposed God. Those fight is a great, vigi-
a way, young lady I stood watching him as he moved against God are in a losing battle,
sharpness as.we climbed. Lander placed his consoling big forward and mounted a glacial hard. the victory is always ""on His side. lance committee, establishedand
"Why do you call this ship the hand on my shoulder and said: "It's head that had all the appearanceof
! Snowball Baby?" Lander 'inquired. all right. We're not licked yet." a pagan throne carved out'' oi There was another kind of victory maintained in your interest -

"That's what they christened her "I know it," I said with a foolish granite. He had a little trouble, because here, and the soldiers of the cross to see 'that the men who
back at Bear Lake he answered. are (or should be) far more inter- ,
little surge of faith."We've of his heavy pack, .in, gettingto
'"Up at Eskimo" Point they used to grub for two weeks," he the top of it.,Then with his glasses ested in that type of victory; namely, aspire to sell to you will

:Call her the Igloo Queen." pointed out, "whatever happens. he scanned the valley.TO the'surrender of a sinner at the foot, always be worthy of your trade.
Still again I heard Lander's voice. We've fuel, all the fuel we need. ( DE CONTINUED) of the cross. God won a victory in

.the heart of,Sergius Paulus. i


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E SCRE N ADDO o| | | Peter B. Peeve I 11"0| Unheard the clad l summer birds through sing d' ..Y.d1 j -a,'I

By VIRGINIA VALE Unnoticed the city
(Released by Western Newspaper Union.)

GARBO has not only u a streetsThe 1

GRETA a new hair-do for little. children .

her next appearance on the chirp .nd ,

screen-she's to have.a new tint phy.R.1'CMe. J_ ',,

as well. It's a special one concocted .+ ;a ,1v I

: "-, for her by Sydney Guil- .. ,"
r "
I I aroff, Metro_ hairdresser, and \ \

II he has named it *"MoonlightBlonde. ,;.:,q
." WNU Service. :

As for the hair-do, it's Napoleonica M1

fringe, with a soft point in the __ J1
back, and "a studied shagginess J1j
characterizing the whole coiffure, '
complete even to forelock"; there's
also the influence of the Botticelli "

paintings, shown in a cap of short .,

,. curls. --; I

Tim Holt, star of RKO
I Westerns, and his father, Jack Holt, FATHER FORETOLD." 262 pages Fabri- )
koid 150. Vlrgie Vail 1051 Gales St.,
I _'_ will be seen, together N.E., Washington D.C.Baha'i pamphlets. '
< ', ,tc with Victor. Mc-

Laglen and Ed- .
s <., mund Lowe in the 1 Birds in the War '.'

,t4, :. RKO production,
"The Marines Are o '
Despite violent disturbance and !
Ready." They'll appear -
yV.4: .
severe damage to their nesting
as father and places, the pigeons of St. Paul's ..
the second
son for
cathedral and Trafalgar square in .':
time on the screen.
London seem more numerous than
The first time was "
ever, while the gulls of the a
f k 12 years ago, when ':
Thames embankment the
Tim. a bov of 10.
the. in lings that twitter under the eavesof
Played son
Tim Holt city churches and the
his father's star-.
ring vehicle, "Vanishing Pioneers." sparrows have not deserted their
Tim is also a skilled polo player. haunts. Any evacuation that oc .
curred in the fall was due to'habit
house. and not to fear. Even the migra-
Between the scenes in the
boat dining salon that you'll see in tory birds returned in the springto
Paramount's "Nothing But the their previous homes, bombsor

j Truth," Bob Hope, Edward Arnold, no bombs.

I .Leif Erikson and Glenn Anders were
amusing themselves by filling the
crystal goblets ,io different levels CUTS '
with water, then playing chimes on
them with silver spoons. The prop
man nearly had a fit-seems the
glasses were part of a dinner serv-

ice worth more than $2,000. S Knowledge Elevates

"Send over to'my house for some- Knowledge is, indeed, that .
I thing less expensive," urged Hope. { which, next to virtue, truly and '

"Our goblets are cottage-cheese 'M essentially raises one man above
'I glasses!" another. Addison.
-:- .
'' }
:; Years ago Ruby Keeler was, fa- A" ..'

j mous on Broadway for her dancing. VEGETABLE

in the days before _. ,
she married Al Jol- iff.**'Wf.*WlS9f",
son. On the screen .. ."'<.. :t: T r'u = "",
I. *
she danced along ,,1 ,
with other people; .1- ] WneH "'! ;II BlhousnessV ,
now she'll dance ..' T I. I and Dizziness '
alone for the first '" " t" \; : i 1 r
$ %
'. ;
: ;
'\t time in pictures in 'r.'!;,. ,;p"-j iti j.; I Constipation
7' a musical, "Sweet /j E ',I'' 15 doses for
heart of the Cam i] only 10 cents.
pus," in which she .a
shares top honors r" *.,:.. ;:.<.mt::
I with Harriet Hil- ;;::;jj h 'tfj 'R I

liard, Gordon Oh- Ruby Keelerver \ ROY/PER
and Ozzie Nelson I .
and his orchestra. Miss Keeler ,:\ ;

was a star at the Texas Guinan P Profit From DiscourtesyThe
night club when a lad named George o'x V courteous learns his cour-
Raft used'to stop the show with a tesy from the discourteous.Turkish -
skating Charleston ), Proverb.
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Charles Boyer finished his work in 0p
Paramount's "Hold Back the Dawn" :
and took. a train for the East; after
!F'a week's vacation he planned to go
to Montreal, where he will do a se- ]
ries of plays in French, proceeds By C )

going to British--7f.--war relief funds. C. M. PayneWNU i 1

ti5 pp
Virginia Weidler's become soloist Syndlcato.WNU SerVICe 4150 K1
with a band; she's spending all her *2 a a ,1S teafl4Pe cone
time between her scenes in "Barnacle ounoi aph'gng buS'qherolp0s -
Bill" practicing in her dressingroom. 4 ouag ub iP ot

The band belongs to her three 1e aets.bubs n and Et<11 C atmcal9 '
brothers, and has made a name for s ao5ei
ov uopY ROpll
itself playing at country; .club dances. p dea
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Larry Parks, young Group Theater -
.j actor, played the Robert Montgomery -
! I part in tests with other actors : WNU-7 23-41
seeking the starring role in 0
! "Heaven Can Wait"; as a result Self PatienceBe
he'll have a featured part in the patient with everyone, but
forthcoming Paul Kelly-Lola Lane above all with yourself.-Francis
"Mystery Ship." de Sales.

/ ---'r.-- P \ '(
If you've seen "The Lady Eve"you'll J\
remember those slapstickfalls
of Henry Fonda's long after ,,0
you forgot the plot of the picture.
Preston Sturges, who wrote and directed v.

i the picture, is also responsible : : May Warn of Disordered
I for "Sullivan's Travels"-and he : ; ;
started right off by dropping Joel \: :
I Modern life with Its hurry and worry
McCrea from a rope's end into a Irregular habits, improper eating and
j barrel of water. Furthermore, Mc- drinking-Its risk of exposure and Infection
strain the workof
-throws heavy on
- 1r- Crea had to wear a tramp's rags I the kidneys.They are apt to become
and a five-day beard. Veronica Lakeis I over-taxed and fait to filter excess acid
and other impurities from the life-giving
McCrea's'costar in this newest of blood.
the Sturges comedies. They say it ?l You may suffer nagging backache,
headache dizziness, getting: up nights
; will be as funny as "The Lady Eve." leg pains, swelling-feel constantly
----E-- tired,nervous,all worn out. Other signs
of kidney or bladder disorder are sometimes -
Marlene\ o
has selected the burning scanty or too frequent
( fivej men who, she says, have the ByJ. urination.
most Try Doan'i Pill Doan't help the
t "womanpower"-she doesn'tsay
1 kidneys to pass off harmful excess body
what she means by that, except Millar Watt waste.They have had more than half a
t century of public approval. Are recom-
that it's the opposite of "manpower. 1T4 mended by grateful users everywhere.
r ." Anyway, here's the list-Clark Aik your neighbor Irr
r.: Gable, Orson Welles, Ernest Hemingway -
o Erich Maria Remarque and \

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: sity's athletic ,ranks, winning his help to those' who. plan meals, particularly 'getter: from national,- head- !I one', hour's__ work will help us toward .-",|
BEARDSLEY IS fielder on the ,freshman those who must curtail rters.'.t'o'
JAMES numeral as a Mrs. Duff, as produc- our goal. We hope every one-
baseball squad in 1938. their food budget. Part of our defense -
chairman for Clewiston, will watch for the
says Red Cross flag
In addition to his scholarshipsand is building the ,health, the
FLORIDA UNIVERSITY salary as an advanced military : physical fitness of our people." you and all volunteers of the .'flying." It 'will be our call to serv-

f student, Jim has added to his col- I The class will meet two days j I Cross-I 'wish to convey the ice.

lege funds by working as a student weekly, on whatever days and hours lt. thanks of hundreds of
1 ,CUM LAUDE STUDENT assistant in the plant pathology department suit those who would like to en- I ,of unfortunate people- Community Center-

of the University.Jim roll. All who are interested, should women and children, who have I
Beardsley, who received the attend Tuesday's meeting, and in- I their homes, their possessions,
Winding'up an active career at' degree of bachelor of science in dicate what time will be most convenient i in many cases, their ,loved ones (Continued from Page 1)
University of Florida, James agriculture, typifies the 'group of refugees ,of the war. Your graph has been installed to furnish
ley, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. I
the Uni- well-rounded graduates turned out -- I. have brightened their lives music for these weekly dances: No-
graduated from
versity's Beardsley College of Agriculture by Florida's Ag college; Not only State To Make Good instilled a ray of hope that effort Is being made to operate the
Jim his fellow students spirit
are and of mercy still exists
"cum laude" (with honors) at an- 'hall at a profit.
skilled in their chosen fields, but in the world. Your
commencement. exercises, June On Deer Re-Stocking The hall ,
will also availableat
by virtue of their liberal education the work of your hands,
2. {they are equipped to take their them from the cold, and other times if: spoken for in advance '

One of the most popular students I places as community leaders. --:- I spirit in. which they were given 'to the city clerk No charge
1 In the Ag college, Jim participated Tallahassee, June 4--(FNS) ,their hearts."
I will be made'to clubs
In numerous extra-curricular activities Indications are that the state will or public
but still managed to ,keep Course In Foods I make good its pledge to restock Work Not Romantic groups but a charge', to be .determined

his scholarship average well above areas where deer was destroyed in Duff explains that the Clew- ,. will be made for its' use by
the ,"B" mark.Beardsley And ,Nutrition To the cattle tick campaign and the chapter is ,too small to havea individuals.

majored in horticulture.'and I House passed a measure last week dressing center, such as
is especially interested In sub- I Be Held In July appropriating $25,000 to be usedin established in cities. These re-

tropical fruits.: He hopes to super- restocking sections where deer a minimum of eighteen work-, Subscription $2.00 Per Year
vise his own farm in the Ever- ,I were killed off by the Livestock each day for a full day. "So
A free course in Foods and Nutrition work is the dull, prosaic knit-
glades in the not-too-far-distant fu- Clewiston Sanitary Board on the grounds that .......................... .... .... .. ..
ture. However, he has at least a I will be given in they tick-infested. The bill passed of sweaters and sewing of :. : : : : : : : : : : : :/ : :..: : :..: :..:..:..: :
I during the month of July as part 55 5 and the Senate. and layettes. We are not .:. ,. Nrt
year with Uncle Sam's forces fac- to now goes to .. ''
lof the national defense program position to organize a center for : '
Ing him before he is able to "get C HG"JV. .
sponsored by the state department surgical dressings. or to .f. ....

down A member to earth.of the artillery division lof will public be taught instruction.by Mrs. The Nell course Grigs- Women Will Open- I we a are class content in Red to Cross do that nursing.which.1) .A;, THE SKY: IS NOT BLUE! .;.,

of Florida's 'ROTC unit, by, home economics teacher in the (Continued from Pag 1) given us to do with the full :;: The blueness of the 'sky .is :;:
Beardsley wore, a sta'ff sergeant'sstripes LaBelle' High School, 'whom of, its importance and 'f' due to the minute particles of :x
during his junior 'year, and ernor Holland appointed 'GOV-I knitted out of small left-over bits the satisfaction of ,doing the :;: dust suspended in the atmos _;
the rank of first lieu- of This quota is to be fin' :x: phere. It
this year held lof this,! work for Hendry yarn. we can that which we are is not space itself :::
tenant in the battalion. He recently ished'by December 31st. ; which is blue. 1.-"Popular ;'
Mrs. Grigsby will be at the upon to do. Clewiston has
was sworn in as a second lieu-' Clewiston Community Center Tues-. Merit Badges to Be Awarded failed the Red Cross, and I :x,:. Fallacies"- -A. S. E. Acker- ::=

tenant in the U. S. Army reserve day afternoon at three o'clock to' Merit badges have been ordered sure with a space to do the ss man. 2. "Encyclopedia ,:'i'i:
and will be called up for duty in in national Red Cross will :: Britannica"-llth Edition. 3.Prof. 4;
meet those who are interested from head- we a more gratify-
the latter of June. .taking the course and find out quarters and will be' given to each response than ever before. We :;:..-. ...John Tyndall, F.R.S.: :::
.. . . .
two at I 1 ,N,N,M,N,N,N.N.N.N,N.N, .N. .
During his first years what days and hours are most con- person who has completed 100, every willing hand, 'and I even I N N M N N N N N.N.N.N.N'Y.

Florida, Jim held Sears, Roebuckand venient for the group here. hours of Red Cross work. Work ----

Company; agriculture scholar-, In explaining the course Mrs. I already done will be applied on'l' I'A' .:..: : ): :"H": : :":": :..,N.:NNNMNMI,NNMNMNN'- ships which go to leading Ag stu- Grigsby said "Those in charge of this award.' A chart from headquarters .
dents. In his junior year, he was national defense feel that it is/ will give 'the approximate 1

awarded the Danforth Scholarship, extremely important' that our nat- number of hours required for the \ t'
which annually goes to the out- completion of each garment, and
ional health be kept at the highest I :f:
standing student in Florida's Col- possible standard. In the face of will be used as the basis for count- :: : .. '. .f"

lege of Agriculture. The Danforth mounting food prices, this is quite' ing the time given.
fund provided for: a month of concentrated \a problem. Our course will be of Heartfelt Thanks Received I '
t studies at St. Louis and CLEWISTON 60LF' i i'ii

two- weeks of camp in Michigan. \

-' A member of the Agriculture ; HEI'OHT OF COUNTY FINANCES IIKNDRY COUNTY h
Club in 1937-39, Beardsley was active I I Report of County Finances for the year ending September 30. 1940. as } ., ,'. :;:.
in its projects including the reported to the Comptroller, by the Clerk Circuit Court and the Boardof .I:
Last he join- County Commissioners of Hendry County, Florida: and Is hereby published -
annual Ag fair. year under provisions, of Chapter 6813, Acts of 1915, Laws of Florida. I COURSEi4
ed the Alpha Zeta, national honorary J. M. LEE, COMPTROLLER.

has also written several articles on RECEIPTS ; ; : ; ;; I
phases of Cash Balance, October 1, 1939 _,__ ___ '$ ,9,291.25Current 5
various experimental Ad Valorem Taxes .._.._.-"-._._r.-___.____._-'.._.___,$$22,344 3. .
and h'as had several of .. ,
"agriculture ... ._.. .. 3,387.27Licenses f.
his stories printed in the Florida Tax Redemptions..._.___...-.__-.___--.__--_-_-.-__-_.-_-___.._--__.-_--__-_-._-.. 1,230.76 I .f.

College Farmer, "cow" college I Excess Fines ,and Fees. Forfeitures(County! Officers_._.__)_._-._r.-_.._.-_---_-_.-_-_-._._-:.._-:_-_.-.... 3,692.56 735.12 I I .h:,
quarterly.. RacIng Commission __.____________._...,.--.:.___" 21,04200None I I.; I .:.
Miscellaneous Receipts ____ ._.___r-_____ I .f.
Beardsley has been unusually active -1 Candidates Filing Fees _______r.r_,._ .-------. :.--._- 2,093.22 hl
affairs. A Sale of Bonds, Investments, Etc., ___ 396.91
religious Refunds
.- in campus I ......... _.._ _.. $54,922.40 /
: member session of the since Presbyterian he has been student at- I Total Total Available Receipts .-_-_-_..____--_- __-..__-_-__-' $64,213.65EXI'ENDITURES l ii Open to the Public \",

Florida, he was _chairman of the {I General Enforcement Administration& Court__Costs.________ __._.._.$20,663.38 13,260.66
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'39-40 college retreat of the or- Road and Bridge Expenditures _._______._.. 11194.73 ;y
Welfare (All Phases) .__ --- ------ 4,675.17
ganization. During his junior year Publicity __.+_..:...___ 1 -.--- 1,1,545.30 .;
he was a member of the state coun- Miscellaneous Expenses ____ ._- NoneSpecia.l H
___ _. _. 601.70 I .:
cil of the young peoples' organization Temporary Projects Debt. _._L_..____-____-____ None '
for all churches. He also serv- Funded Debt Including Interest .._._ 9,818.20 .
ed the Presbyterian choir for Other Debt Expenses ___-_:...____--- 3.50 -... r
on Investments _______._.._____..___-- __-__ None 1!
three years. Unpaid Bills October 1, 1939 .._.....__.: --- 4929.70 : ,."'r :
Last February Jim climaxed his Total Authorized Expenditures ..:._______ 66692.34 '. :. :
Less Bills Unpaid Sept. 30, 1940 ______.- 4,899.53 : .: .;.
religious activities at Florida as Net Disbursements ____.:.___...._..----.-- $61,792.81 :;: Moderate Green Fees ?
chairman of the 1941 college Christ- Cash Balance. September 30, 1940 _____,_, 2,420.84 ::
ian Youth Conference at Florida Total .Disbursements and Cash Balance ASSETS:: ______..:._ $64,213.65 ::: Exceptional Fairways I :

State College for Women. 'Underhis Value of County Buildings and Equipment ...,.___.---- $155,890.00 ,
..__.. ______ / 9,000.00 '' '\
of Road Equipment ;
.. direction, the Conference was Investments Value 'County______________....._.__-.___r- __.__._______- ,:' 15,000.00 :;: Interesting Greens' :_:
Z run off flawlessly and was adjudged LIABILITIES ...
the most successful in the past Unpaid Bills or Vouchers, September 30, 1940 _____ _' / $ 4,899.53

ten years. ,Bonds Outstanding, September September 30, 1940 30._,_1940..._.__-----r-----___...__.__._.:....____.. 65454.96 None 11 . .
Judgements .
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