The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00843
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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 13, 1941
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
oclc - 33429955
notis - ACA5652
lccn - sn 95047264
System ID: UF00028415:00843
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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21 Year Old Men To .-!'Dept.Annual Of Meeting Agriculture of U. S: -, Everglades Drainage '

ish Register On July 1st The customary annual hearini I District Board Makes

conducted by the sugar division of;

he the United States Department ol SuccessfulSchool
For' Military Service Agricuture} relative to the fairness I Refinancing

led I of the contracts: under which cane
'n c) -
grown by independent growers
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,I I sold for processing! and relative tc Would Be Beneficial To
jeic, Local Office May Be< Pre-School Story I labor in the agricultural operation: Band Meeting

:in' growing and harvesting sugarcane Glades and
June 18 Hendrr'Cattlemen
i- Able to Take Care ,of Hour for ChildrenAll in Florida, will be held in Wednesday, _

the High School ,Auditorium in ,
JY F. G. Sturchio, director of the
All Registrants 'Clewiston next Friday, June 20. I
I "'children of Clewiston between I I Clewiston school band, requests all
No official notice of the hearing '
I t the ages of three and share band members and all pupils who ]
i .has yet been received here, but in I' The Everglades Drainage District
Proclaiming a second registration invited to meet at the Com. have are interested in becoming band
the past the.proceedings be- board met in Miami Wednesday to
of men available for military train munity Center Wednesday after- members next year to meet 'with him
and it is believed the resolutions
gun at 9 a. m., approve necessary
ing in the interest of National Defense noon at 'three o'clock. Mrs. A. L II next Wendesday morning, June 18,
hour for next
that will ,be the set accepting the committment of the
..., President Roosevelt has des Hackett is organizing a 'story hour at 9:30 at the school building.Mr. Reconstruction Finance Corporationwhich

.} ignated July 1, 1941, as the date for children of this age, and all Friday. Sturchio is planning to give
I made possible the successful
'z.. when all eligible men who have who are interested should attend band lessons and practice during the
' : refinancing of the seemingly hopeless
,:.. I 'become 21 years old since October] this first meeting, which will be I summer to those who remain here H.
debt-ridden district. The
,:::. I 16, 1940, must register. of half hour duration. It is plan- LEGISLATIVE REPORT I and wish itHe would especiallylike C. Rorick Company, which held
z. "The second registration under ned to hold the story hour once to have prospective band mem-
bonds of the district in an amount
1.. .- the Selective Training Service Act! each week. The project is sponsored bers, whether they have instru-
BY STEWART in excess of eight million dollars,
1.z.. of 1940 shall take place on Tues- by the Clewiston: Public Library GIVEN ments or not, present at the meeting delivered and were paid for their

;. day the first day of July, 1941,, next Wednesday.
. bonds on Friday last.,
':. between the hours of 7 a., m. and
t. 9 p. m." reads the president's Representative ,Elbert L. Stewart,, The RFC has ,made a committ-

.. C., who returned to his home in ment to an interim banking group

:... proclamation."Every male citizen of the United THREE MEN INJUREDASTRUCKOVERTURNS Clewiston during the week-end following TWELVE GRADUATES represented by John D. McCall of

... States,' and every male alien the close of the legislature Dallas, Texas. This committmentwill
i believes! the sessionto refunding bonds to be
residing in the continental 'United i Friday night RECEIVED DIPLOMAS cover
States or in the Territory of Ha- [ have been the most constructive issued at the same 57 cents on the

the Territoryof I: legislative session that Florida has dollar which the interim bankers
waii, Puerto Rico, or
Alaska (other than persons ex- ON NEW\ MIAMI ROAD bad for ten years. HERE MONDAY NIlE paid the Rorick company and associates -

expted by Section 5 (a) of the Se- 'When the News asked Mr. Stewart I for their bonds. The new

I lective Training and Service Act for a report of the legislative ,bonds will bear interest of only

of 1940 or Section 2080 of the D. B. Allen, of Clewiston and his happenings, the representative replied The school auditorium was crowded four percent, in contrast to S1
an'd Reserve "It is hard to give in any and 6 percent on the former bonds;
Coast Guard Auxiliary nephew, _Raleigh Pope, of Home- : to capacity Monday evening when
Act of 1941,) present hmiself for stead, and a negro helper, Will brief form 'the many important John I. Leonard, superintendent of three years are allowed before

and submit to registration before Furlough, were injured early this '.things: that occurred and the many schools of Palm Beach County, delivered -I payments on principal begin, and

.' a duly designated registration of- morning in a highway accident occurring items of helpful legislation that the commencement address the entire amount will be amortized

ficial or selective service local board a short distance from Mi-; were passed at the session. We had to the twelve graduates of the class over a period of thirty ;years.

having jurisdiction in the area in ami on the new'highway. The pickup a hard-working group of legislators : I of 1941.. Under the present legislation the

which he has his permanent homeor I I truck 'of Parkinsons' store, which ; and 'splendid leadership from The stage was simply but effec- I entire district has been re-zoned

in which 'he may happen to beI Mr. ,Allen had driven to Miami and the; governor. I believe the" business 'I tively decorated in the class colorsof : according to the quality of the land

'on that day if- I loaded with fresh produce for thestore's nterests of the state upon whom green and white. Three large and its ability to produce. The

"Such person on or before July week-end trade, skidded on will fall the large portion of the< I the best producing' lands in the districtare
flower arrangements were on
:_- 1, '1941, and subsequent to October I the loose slag on the newly-paved I taxation burden, are agreed that' stage and a low picket fence alofl in the first zone. Seven zones!

'. 16, 1940, has attained the 21st road, overturned twice and .,landedon the state's taxation system was pu the footlights completed the decoiations. have been made, the first will pay

anniversary of the day of his birth I II I its wheels in the roadside ditch I in better shape by the new laws The United States Sugar Cor. $1.50 per acre; the second $1.10;

and has therefore been registered I and was headed back 'towards I than it has been. for many years."I poration band was seated in the the third, 90 cents; the fourth, 80

"" under the Selective Training" and Miami. I I'Je1 believe the citizens of Florida !front rows' of the auditorium and cents; the fifth, 30 cents; the

>r >. .. "- ," -., Service" Act of 1940." -,I' Apr! the accident, which occurred will accept the 1941 session of the< gave a short concert of two numbers sixth, 10 cents; and the seventh,
** The-lbc6f Selective Serv W Bo&? just this side of the '"Y" legislature as the /most constructive before the, program opened 3, cents per acre. Of much interest -

has not designated any place, ex- I about 60 miles from Clewiston, no session held in the past ten years, These were Headway March, and and- benefit_ to many owners is

cept the local selective service office one came by to help. After taking and certainly the most economical j Magnefa Waltz. As the processional (Continued on Page 8)

for the registration. This is stock of the situation, Mr. ,Allen and Some of the most. important ,item "Organ Echoes" was played by tli-
located on the second floor of the I the negro reloaded such vegetablesas (Continued on Page 8) in and I Garden Is
Hopkins Building. Since this reg-I I band, the graduates gowns Mason Rose
were not crushed in the acci- caps of royal blue entered and tool I
istration will be comparativelysmall
it is possible that the office dent.. Then taking boards from James Pless Makes their places on the front row on the Purchased by Kolstads
the crates, they managed to makea 'I stage. Behind them at either side!
will be able to take care of all
registrants. Definite announcementwill firm enough footing for the Splendid Talk To sat the speaker, Principal R. W.,.I -

be made later. wheels that the truck could be Turk, school officials and others A deal was completed this week

\ driven back on the highway. Mr. Clewiston Kiwanians I. taking part in the program. whereby Mr. and Mrs. Henry C.

Allen drove it on to Clewiston, ar- The salutatory was given by Richard ,- Kolstad of Clewiston become the
Tennis Match Arranged
living about eight o'clock of the property' knownas
Miami B. Owen, and followed the open- new owners
1 All three of the occupants of the James Pless, of made ar ing prayer by Rev. .H. C. Meador,, the "Mason Rose Garden" a

Here for Sunday, at 1:30An truck, were examined at the local interesting talk to Clewiston Ki pastor of the First Baptist Church. short distance east of Moore Haven..

I hospital. Mr, Allen was badly wanians Wednesday evening at J. .E. Beardsley, past commander of The Kolstads plan to move to their

inter-city tennis match be-I bruised and suffered from shock. I their meeting, at the Clewiston Inn.. the local American Legion Post, then new home as soon as certain improvements -

tween players of West Palm Beach I His nephew, who was coming tovisit Mr. Pless, who is also a Kiwanian,;, explained the' award of the. Legion can be made to the

and Clewiston will be played on him for a week, was also is a representative of the Miami medals. This year the medals house.

the Clewiston courts beginning at I bruised and had a sprained ankle. Y. M. C. A. and is one of the were awarded to the boy and the This property consists of 12 acres

1:30' Sunday afternoon. There will The negro was apparently only leaders of the boys camp conductedby girl in the Senior class who has md is located within Diston Island

be both singles and doubles matches. bruised. All were dismissed from the Y. M. C. A. at Brighton. The reached the highest proficiency in Drainage District in Section Twelve.

From West Palm Beach the 'play- I the hospital after examination. I camp is named Rainbow; Ranch and for scholarship and in school activities. I The land is considered one of thefinest
---- -- is during the summer
Harris operated Previous awards have been madeon pieces of muckland in the
ers will include Charles :
Ohlhaber, Langford Harris, and Legionnaires Present various groups of boys. At present the basis of scholarship 'alone. Everglades. It has excellent drainage -

Clifford B. Savage. All of these" there 'are forty underprivilegedboys Mr. Beardsley then announced the has never been burned over as

players are well known in 'Clewis Badge to Parkinson from the Miami area whose winners, Julia Anne' Oglesby and has much of the mucklauds ands
trip is given them by the Miam'Kiwanis ,' their frost as
ton and the Lake section. Charles )Richard Owen, and presented as sucseptible to.
I Club. medals.A. Iother> lands a short distance away.
Harris has been a national amateur -
Cecil V. :Parkinson, retiring commander -
tennis player, 'and several of the Clewiston Post of Mr; Pless was accompaniej by 0. Ward, school board member uring the severe freeze two years

years ago was given the position Wilson Garey, who is associatedwith from this district, then made I ago the farms in this immediate
the American Legion, received a
of 8th ranking player in the united him at Rainbow Ranch. Other I'the cash award given by Clarence section. escaped with very slight
commander's }badge at the
past :> !
of Tam-
States. Langford Harris is his guests were W. F. Conley I R. Bitting, president of the United I lam age. '
meeting Tuesday night at Clew -
brother, Ohlhaber has been several The pa, a ,General Electric representativewho States Sugar Corporation. This I 1Ir.Kolstad is head of the com-
iston Inn. presentation was
times city champoin of West Palm E. entertained with a few clever I goes to the senior whose scholastic,I lissary department of the United
made by a past commander, J.
Beach. Mr. Savage is a represen- Beardsley, on behalf of the mem- cigarette tricks, and Jack Pressleya (Continued on Page 4) 'I I States .Sugar Corporation and will,
tative of a fertilizer company and bers. Kiwanian of Coral Gables. I as many others do, drive back and
has many business and personal I Each member present filled outa : orth to his work in Clewiston
friends through this agricultural The meeting was the first under questionnaire on marriage; these Red Cross Chapter- I,

the officers E. M._ Cornette, ,
new presented to 'Hub Spooner
section. He has played in Clewis- I were
ton many times, and through his commander, presided at the meet- whose ,marriage is to take place Receives Donations I i Library Sponsors Story
ing. There were, reports of the
efforts has interested East Coast
players in coming out to Clewiston. Legion awards at the high schoolsof A. O. Ward, president of Ki- R-: Hours for The Children
Glades, and Hendry Counties. J. (Continued on Page 4) The local Cr-oss Chapter, in II
The Clewiston players have not
E. Beardsley reported on presenta- making preparations for an exten-
been chosen', and although they tions at the Clewiston High School NEWS OFFICE MOVED -production campaign, has received Story-hours for the children of

seldom win an inter-city match, the graduation; J. M. Couse the Moore splendid co-operation and I the community will be organized

players give a nice account of Haven school, and R. N. Miller, the News office this donations. During the past week next week under the sponsorship
Clewiston I
themselves and matches keen The
are LaBelle High School. from the Francisco : the city commission has granted the of t the Clewiston Public Library.
enough to prove interesting. week was offices I children between the ages fo
in the city
Building to the former City Hall use of a room '
will use to three and six are invited to meet
Sets New Quota On office on Central Avenue. The new' which the committee
Wednesday ,
Gardens, and Lawns location is directly_ across the street store the many bolts of material at: the Community Center A.
I f finished garments prior to afternoon at three.
II Sugar Producers from the A and B Bowling Alleys.
II I In Need of Rain shipment. Lumber for a necessary L. Hackett is in charge of this
I 1 building in which the Newsis
The interested
{ cabinet was donated outright by group and all who are
Florida will now located was built in 1928 first meeting,
sugar cane growers Bishop-Wilson Lumber Companyand should attend this
Although, scattered showers have be permitted to market an ad- for The Clewiston News, and was. L. J. Pape has generously which will be of half hour duration.

fallen on nearby locations, and ditional tonnage of cane, approxi- designed for a newspaper office.In given two-thirds of the labor of Mrs. M. M. Piewitt will organize
close Harlem 300 tons, under ruling 1941 the editor, L. A Morgan, in school
even came as as one mately a new building the cabinet. a group of children
afternoon this week, Clewiston remains of the United States Departmentof Jr., sold the paper and moved to committee plans to have all grades one through four at a
with a drought unbroken." Agriculture, which sets quota Panama City. The News office work done and all or- meeting to be held Saturday aftexnoon :-.

Pumping stations reversed their I limitations on sugar producers.This was moved into the Hopkins Build- preliminary before be- June 21, at three o'clock.It .
ganization completed
pumps a' few weeks ago and the I increase is found necessaryby ing and later into the Francisco of volunteer sew- is planned that each group
influx of lake water, has relievedthe ,I the department due to an increasing Building. The present move is ginning the large quota will meet once each week. Rf'ad.Ing .-

,general water table condition demand for sugar on the simply a return home to the News' : assigned ing and knitting the chapter.on Mrs. F or book clubs for older chiTen -*
;, somewhat. Local gardens and open market. The increase for the Building. of and for adults will be organized -
in charge production
Deane Duff is
lawns from entire United States 273,672tons. The telephone number-339 I .
c are suffering greatly, ,__ was I for the local group. l later.'r '
j unchanged.
) lack of rain, however. remains _




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,4. I the FarmsWith I Gems of Thought

Mechanizing "THE art. of 'living is con-

cerned with human relationships -

even more than with
mechanization going'on everywhere it is but natural that wild Nature.-Havelock Ellis.

we should find this trend in evidence also on the. farm. Although the All a woman has to do in
farm horse is by no means "through" he is less in evidence than for this world is contained within

merly. In a tour of the Philadelphia area several farms were found the duties of a daughter a sister -

being conducted entirely mechanically, as shown by these pictures.A I a wife and a mother.
Washington, D. C. Yorkers Steele.

NEW TYPE CONVOYS .. lime spreader _"- ':.- Are Talking About: Self ease is pain; thy only rest._
Behind all the guessing and specu Iowan d The 1,000 (4-engine) long-range Is labor for a worthy endWhittier..
Nation over convoys aroused by the p t : bombers that the United States will .
President's fireside chat is this one plow spreader, turn out monthly'' in 1942 Publisher In all science error precedesthe
basic fact. The old-fashioned forrr typical of a mechanical Pope of an Italian-American truth and it is better it

of convoy already is outmoded, and, I farm'sequipment daily being the first'ever to edit a I should go first than last.-
as Roosevelt indicated at a recent in action Presidential speech. Omitted the' Walpole.

press conference, it will not be used on the 6,500- raps at the Axis. I II You have no leisure to read
But the new-fashioned form of con acre King farm I books? What then? You have

voy already is in use and will be at Morrisville.Pa.i I The closing of Camp Nordland, a 'leisure to check your own in-

intensified.This 'i Bund racket in New Jersey by the solence.-Marcus Aurelius.
is convoy by airplane patrol,
man who sent Hauptmann to the
carriers and nearby
using airplane chair (Attorney-General Wilentz.)

islands for bases. The destruction It's about time!, The BookoftheMonth -
of the Bismarck showed how FAMOUSAIL-BRAN
club's August choice, A.
this could be. I
tive airplane convoy
J. Cronin's "The Keys of the King

can Airplanes sight the flying submarine above the below water the dom" The fact that the Zam- MUFFINS. EASY TO

zam was partly "insured" by a syn-

face water vessel miles cannot away sight whereas a submarine a sur- '= ,' dicate of which the Tokio Fire & MAKE. DELICIOUS!
Marine Trieste
and the Generale of ,
than mile or so away.
more a I Plant lice are as well as Swiss' insurance firms They really are the most delicious muf
Therefore you can expect to see a E owned by Germany are members fins.that ever melted a pat of butter
of United States airplanes on their way out Made with
network A I / crisp, toasted shreds of
criss-crossing back and forth across ; __ft.. in this picture at This confirms our recent report KELLOGG'S ALL-BRAN, they have a
in '; 411 ; I on how Nazi Intelligence can texture and flavor that have made them
the north Atlantic, assisted part left, which shows
know when U. S. ships sail-their famous all over America.
by surface warships, but extendingall a 30ft. vapo-fum- destinations etc! KELLOGG'S ALL-BRAN MUFFINS'
the to Ireland. cargoes .2 tablespoons % milk
way I er using a 100ft. cup
shortening 1 flour
The Pacific Fleet. .
I gown in the rear. Notes of an % cup sugar % teaspoon salt
With this settled, the most impor- The fumer is. 1 egg 21,4 teaspoons
tant strategic problem being discussed used combat l Innocent Bystander: 1 cup All-Bran baking powder
in backstage navy circlesis 1F 'to \ In Case You Didden Know: A pet Cream shortening and sugar: add egg
plant lice and and beat well. Stir in All-Bran and
that of bringing the mighty Pacific newspaper man legend is this one.
milk; let soak until most of moistureIs
fleet from that ocean into the At- uses an 80% nico "A newspaper man is a guy who taken up. Sift flour with salt and
lantic to prevent Nazi seizure of the tine mixture. sits at his window looking down at baking powder: add to first mixture

mid-Atlantic islands and to be ready l\.WM..u.-.v.. ., ....____..__v._, _, ..._____. .,_., _, the,passing parade. Sooner or later and stir muffin only until flour disappears.Fill
'w '"" y'" greased pans two-thirds full and
for other major eventualities. everybody he knows passes by.
bake In moderately hot oven (400F.)
Every detail in connection with ,., i' And he can drop a flower-or a flow. about 30 minutes. Yield: 6 large muffins -
such a shift has been discussed.And er pot!" 3 inches in diameter, or 12 small
while there have been some muffins, 214 inches in diameter.
I Try these delicious muffins for din-
hot behind-the-scenes arguments, It Really Happened! A small time ner tonight or for tomorrow morning's
the one thing upon which the admirals actor walked into a bookshop and breakfast.They're not only good to eat:
all agree is that the fleet asked to see some books on the thea- they're mighty good for you as well.

must be kept together. To, splitit ter for his wife.. The clerk broughtout Tor materially several to of your these daily muffins supply will of what add

into small units and send some the memoirs of Daniel Froh- physicians call "bulk" In the diet, and
of them to the Atlantic, in their opin- man, Stanislawski's "An Actor Pre- thus help combat the common kind of
ion, would be disastrous. Battleshipsmust pares" and others. constipation that is due to lack of this
dietary essential. Eat ALL-BRAN
have their accompanying IJ 4 ,' "Sorry," the customer said, day (either as a cereal or in muffins every),
cruisers, destroyers, etc., and they *- ; "these won't do. Too thick." drink plenty of water, and see If you
cannot be divided. "Too thick?" said the clerk "I'm don't forget all about constipation due
Naturally the idea of the' fleet sure she'll find them.interesting." to lack of "bulk." ALL-BRAN is made
by Kellogg's In Battle Creek.
withdrawing from the Pacific is .. "She's not gonna read them," the
enough to raise the hair on the headsof I:; rAb A machine that plants l twelve y.w guy explained, "she's gotta juggle

most people on the West coas. rows of beans at one time. Arm on right r3. : some plates while balancing some Eime for Greatness

However the navy has worked outa L4&I; is drawing line that will guide next. series _: _. books on her head!" Nothing great is produced suddenly -
plan" whereby it is confident that since not the
.. even grapeor
real L /.1 of 12 rows. Below: Future farmers on t l..eC' 1
the West coast would be in no ; I Sweet and Lovely: Tito Guizar fig is. If you say to me now
: Roland Comly farm near Phzladelplnct.J. '
: : :>
i I will
danger. tells about Mrs. Mefoofsky who was that you a fig, answer
VJ ,
The plan is extremely important, saying ta-ta to' her drafted darling. to you that it requires time; let it

because it illustrates the new typeof "Be a good boy Sam" '.. he fiau- flower first, then put forth fruit,'
warfare made possible by the tioned "and when you get'to camp: and then ripen.-EpJctetus. -

long distance bomber. Also it gives'the -try to be punctual in the mornings -

key to Roosevelt's convoy plans. don't keep breakfast
so you
Finally it illustrates what the Nazis rn waiting." **** STAR HIT FORMISERIES

could do to the United States if the n *
reversed in the Atlantic. irA"4 COLDS
plan were i I PENETRO
Last Laugh: In the Spanish Amer
+ ;
Key to the plan is Hawaii and the .vt ican war days the Hearst papers

Aleutian islands. The admirals are> were putting out a dozen extras daily

reasonably confident that long distance I -many of them scoops. But as Economizing Time

patrol planes ranging out quickly as they came out the old Laziness grows on people; it

from Hawairin the mid-Pacific and Morning World, the legend goes, begins in cobwebs and ends in iron
from the Aleutians in the north would copy them. chains. The more business a man

Pacific would be sufficient to spot This got'Mr. Hearst sore, but how has to do, the more he is able to

any Japanese ship approaching to trap them in the act? One day accomplish; for he-learns to econ-
American waters. And air torpe- the following appeared in the Hearst omize his time.-Hale.

does of the type which crippled the ; papers: "Colonel Reflipe W. Thenuz,
Bismarck could do the rest. In fact t 4 a prominent Austrian military strategist -
the entire Bismarck incident has I has reached Cuba and will advise -. ,_ Help to Relieve Distress of.'.

been a striking demonstration that .. .. ... .; and direct Spanish militarists
k long-distance bombers plus island J .. ..,.;. I the ". FEMALEPERIODIC
::,. .'.::. ; on war.
bases have revolutionized warfare in The the World swallowed -
copy-cats on
/ c ,
both oceans. .2 < }}f the bait and had it on their

Azores and Canaries. .. ,. .. .. 4l w front page the next edition. The COMPLAINTSTry
Now if you transpose the map of ..' S next afternoon the Hearst papersran

the Pacific onto the map of. the At- a facsimile of the swipe 'fcnd Compound Lydia E.to PInkham's help relieve Vegetable monthly

lantic, you will also get 'an idea of V then added: "Reflipe W. Thenuz if pain, headaches, backache and

why Roosevelt bore down so heavilyon you read it as an anagram says: monthly ALSO calm functional irritable disturbances.nerves due :to

the importance the ,Azores, the "We pilfer the news!I" Pinkham's Compound Is simply
Canary and Cape Verde islands in marvelous to help build up resist-
ance against distress of "difficult
his fireside chat. For the Azoresare Add Sillies: Vic Mature sends the days." Famous for over 60 years!

the Hawaii of. the mid-Atlantic one about the horse in a maiden women Hundreds report ot thousands remarkable of girls benefits.and

while the Canaries and Cape Verdes race at Belmont. He asked the WORTH TRYING!

might be compared to the. Aleutiansin /f ) L / ) l& r4 steed in the next stall: "Have you -

reverse position. ever run here before?" When the other -
Whoever holds these stepping- nag nodded "yop," the newcomer WNU-7 24-41'

stones across the Atlantic can sweep replied happily: "Good! I'll follow

that ocean with naval patrol planes you around. It's my first time here MisnamedOft
and bombers just as the U. S. fleet and I'd hate to get lost." has good nature been the
from Hawaii fool's defense, and honest mean-
the Pacific -
can sweep : AVIATION IN FARMING! Jimmy Holsomback piloting, his planeover
ing gilded want of sense.Shenstone. -
and the Aleutians.If :1 In Fewer Words: "The Hollywood
the King Farms he dusts the field of beans with rotenone
as snap .
we hold these Atlantic islands, smoothie grieves Hedy Lamarr
then we hold the gateway to the a non-poisonous .insecticide. By plane 20 acres can be covered at one. "takes back the car he's given the

Atlantic. If Hitler holds them he time. girl when the romance is over. He -Today's popularity

controls the first step toward Brazil ...... ...... ,,_...."vm' N.'_ ....w......."<__.r:..".....:".............,. .g:...>::>' also quarrels with her-so she will of Boon's Pills, after
-and the rest of the is hereis throw his diamond baubles in' his many years of world-
way easy. By icay of contrast, : wide use, surely must
These were some of the things a' view of the 100-acre face-with which he quietly slinks I be accepted as evidence

Roosevelt studied on the large-scale I farm of Franh Baughman l 4 <, ,-" away." .And 1 of satisfactory favorable public use.

maps fore he of made the his navy broadcast.department be- in Ohio, run by horse la- I In short he slinks. opinion of the able supports physicianswho that

- bor. He is shown plowingfor .v r& ** &! &> test the value of
Another vital he studied The Tellers Fortune lists Dean's under exactinglaboratory
point was the 4 *>s< f*"s \ /t&Xr Story : conditions.
not mentioned in his broadcast; be- potato crop. the problems America is confronted These physicians, too, approve every word
cause no one is talking publicly g \,& :WM' kvd' :: with and describes the situation as of advertising you read, the objective of

) about the fact that the British may "the most desperate emergency that which a'good is only.diuretic to recommend treatment for Doan's disorderof Pillsas
have to withdraw from Gibraltar the democratic world ever* faced." the kidney function and for relief of

even from the Mediterranean al- Senator Wheeler, who has a phraseto the pain more and people worry were it causes.If aware. of how the

together. But in case of such a answer every fact, probably kidneys must constantly remove waste

; withdrawal, a glance at the map will would call that "preaching fear" that cannot to health.stay there in the would blood be without better understanding injury --

I show that these three sets of islands Take a look at the most poisonous of why the whole body suffers
: -the Azores, Canaries and Cape of the theatergoers in the late when kidneys lag, and diuretic medication -
would be more often employed.
Verdes-could help to replace. Gi Scott Fitzgerald's Esquire'piece Burning, scanty or too frequent urination -
braltar.. i You've.been. annoyed often by tht: sometimes warn of disturbed kidney back-
function. You way suffer nagging
They sit astride the entrance to same type of noisy stew bum, whom ache, persisfent headache, attacks of diz-
the Mediterranean, and long-range the author called "The Woman from ziness, pcttinjf up nights swelling, puffi-,
under the eyes-feel weak nervous
bombing planes based on those islands ,Twenty-One" "The woman who all ness placed out.
the door ad- Use Doe, Pills. It is better to rely on
could make it hot for any expeditionary greets her man at ;:
force heading out of the vises.the mag :You, "should be glad a medicine than that on something has won world-wide less favorably acclaim -

, Mediterranean for the Americas.All to.see him not only as a human be- known. Ask your neighbor!
of these are reasons why you ing-but as a man." Mark the distinction -

can expect vital 'action regardingthe Men! Liberty's expose on
Atlantic islands. Lindbergh was 'sold out in 36 hours

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to be directed by long over them with a clean cloth it. They must be cleaned of all

a 3 distance phone 3,000 miles from dampened with a little vinegar, old putty and thoroughly soaked
then brush with a wire brush. with linseed oil so that they will
the where it was shot is
spot *
not absorb oil from the new putty.
credited to Elliott Nugent. He Cider sauce makes something *

stood on a Paramount sound just a little different to serve with To broil bacon place the strips

V stage in Hollywood and gave in- pancakes or waffles. Boil one cup close-together a wire rack overa

_aA structions to cameraman Dew- of sugar and half a cup of cider drip pan. Use medium heat.
for four minutes. Serve either Turn bacon over and drain on un-
ey Wrigley, whose equipmentwas or cold.
warm glazed paper or on paper towels.
set up ,on Biscayne boulevard -

I Miami Beach, Fla.

$ Wrigley had shot some atmos-

pheric film for "Nothing But the I Exercise to End Those i I
Truth," but it wasn't exactly what BulgesOur

Nugent wanted. He'd never beenin

Miami Beach, but he picked the
right site from some still picturesand 32-page booklet has exercises to
remedy those figure faults, too.
Tells how
then instructions over the ,
gave ; to correct poor posture faults of shoul-
,N: :Y CRAt telephone. ders, bust, arms, waistline. Gives exercises _
--7: to relieve foot troubles constipation,

__ .. ..._._ _.. _,__mnn_ 'mm____ Marjorie Reynolds has establisheda nervous tension, also a daily routine for
'''''X body. Send order for your
record of some. kind; she's playedMarjoric booklet to:
I J the heroine
opposite -
(See Recipes Below) -"
I i .' 1 more western T
ESPECIALLY .FOR DAD stars than has any p I 635 Sixth Avenue New York
: City
I THIS WEEK'S MENU rc other young Holly- I
wood actress. Buck Enclose 10 cents in coin for your

Sunday, June the fifteenth, is the Chilled Mixed Fruit Juices : Jones, Tex Ritter, copy of BEST EXERCISES FOR

day you want to especially prepareDAD's "Individual Lamb Pies '>' '' >.. .'..FL'ff. ..>> Bob Baker, George yks HEALTH AND BEAUTY.

favorite foods-for it's Father's I'.:.. f' : .'.. O'Brien, Gene
The Buttered Carrots and Peas :: ,. .
it. .
day-and don't forget Autry she's been
Blueberry Muffins ,Butter >:
favorite of'all men is a good tasty : the pretty girlin Blind
meat pie-so the suggestion for the Tomato and Cole Slaw Salad ..>.Q'':. ridin' and shoot- Impulse

main course is a delicious individual French Dressing E. .I in' films with all of

meat pie. Dad doesn't like to bother Blueberry Ice Cream Cake :. them. Her latest as- Unhappily, in the scales of human -

much with, side dishes of salad, so *Recipes given. signment is one judgment the clear dictatesof
place his salad reason are too often outweighedby
of the
more same- Middle_Age Starts at Middle.
right on the plate Reynolds Cyclone on Horse- the blind impulse of the pas

with the rest of Va teaspoon salt back," for RKO Radio, in which THAT discouraging matronly sions.-Sir James Frazer.

+ the meal. He 2 eggs, beaten she will appear opposite Tim Holt. at the waist! You pushit

1_ likes a cole slaw lJ/& cups milk Born in the cow'town of Buhl, Idaho, in, girdle it in, but out;it pops-
... stuffed tomato.Butter'ed 3 tablespoons melted butter unless exercise it !
yf she's right at home in those roles. you away FlEET CAN BEAT HEATGive
carrots 1 cup blueberries. '" Middle age begins at the middle.
and peas are the Sift dry ingredients together. -;. Abdominal muscles may get slackas feet wings of coolness. Sprinkle

vegetables. Because he is so fondof Combine eggs, milk and shorteningand The new Joan Crawford picture, early as twenty-five, and when tiredness.Mexican Heat Little Powder cost. in Lots shoes.of comfort.Relieves

blueberries, it's blueberry muf- add to dry ingredients, stirring "A Woman's Face," has been hang they do, it means a ,thickeningwaist

fins to go with the meal, and blue- only until moistened. Fold in blue- ing up new marks at the box office ,. drooping shoulders, a for-
berry ice cream cake for dessert. berries. Pour into greased muffin during its New York.showing. Mel-' ward head and then-a "dowager's Time of LifeA

This week's menu is properly bal- pans and bake in moderately hot vyn Douglas and Conrad Veidt are, hump." You'll be looking old while long life may not be good

anced for nutritional value. It sup- oven ((425 degrees F.) for 25 min leading supporting players in the .:still young. enough, but a good ,life is long
utes. Makes 18 muffins. highly dramatic film. enough.-Benjamin Franklin.
plies: Or is your special problem fatty

The appetizer: Carbohydrates, *Blueberry Ice Cream Cake. ,hips or heavy legs or a droopingbust

minerals, Vitamins A, B, C, and G. Vi cup butter Edmond O'Brien and his bride, : ? ,.-

The Meat:. Proteins, phosphorus, 1 Vt cup sugar Nancy Kelly, are spending their' DON'T BE, BOSSED

Vitamins B, B-1; fats, carbohydratesin egg honeymoon bv work-,., ..... ..., ...m'___
1 flour ,Uncommujiicative Bird
crust. V&cup salt ing in the same pic- BY YOUR LAXATIVE-RELIEVE
: The Vegetables: Minerals, Carbo-' .1 ture at RKO. The Was Only Paving Way CONSTIPATION THIS MODERN WAY
,, : % teaspoons baking powder :
hydrates-Vitamins A, B,. C;' and G. '/ milk : film is "ParachuteBattalion. .When you feel gassy, headachy, logy
Muffins and butter: Vitamins A, cup vanilla ." Follow- Brown and Dun each boasted a due to clogged-up bowels, do as millions
V4 teaspoon % bedtime. Next
B, C, and G, minerals, carbohy- 1V2 cups blueberries ing his work in the ,talking parrot and rivalry ran morning do-take-Feen-A-Mint thorough, comfortable at relief,

drates. Vanilla ice cream Harold Lloyd com- :high between them. At last a helping you start the day full of your

-Salad:..Minerals, Vitamins A, B, Cream the butter add the edy, "A Girl, A Guy 'match was arranged at $5 'a side. normal energy and pep, feeling like a
-' sugar million! Feen-A-Mint doesn't disturb
j C and G and fats. and a Gob"O'Brien When the' great day came the
carbohydrates: ; ,
and work the
gradually! cream thoroughly. your night's rest or interfere with
signed two long- Brown word
Dessert: Carbohydrates, minerals, Add the egg and beat well. Mix ; 'parrot- spoke a next day. Try Feen-A-Mint, the chewinggum
iI fats, Vitamins A, B, C, D, 'and G. and sift the flour, salt and baking term contracts 'so the other bird was an easy laxative, yourself.It tastes good, it's
one with RKO and winner. -BackJiome, Brown greatly handy and economical...a family supply
To Serve 6 You Need
: powder and add to the first mixture : costs only
the other with Nan- chagrined said---- pl.
1 can apricot nectar alternately with the milk., Add the EN Mq M n
cy. Then he went "You're a fine pal, letting me f& =aralant. 101With
Nancy Kelly
1 can pineapple juice vanilla and pour into a' buttered _
to work m "Para- down like that!" '--....,
2 Ibs. lamb shoulder cake pan about 8 inches square. under
chute Battalion. She was !" the
"Shurrup replied parrot, -
i 2 bunches carrots Sprinkle blueberries over the batter .
, 1 No. 2 can peas and bake in 375 degree F. oven for contract to Twentieth Century-Fox, closing one eye knowingly. "Take Life, Woe --
I minutes. Cut in but studio executives were sympathetic him on for a return match for To labour is the lot of man be-'
6 tomatoes 30 -and
squares serve
1 small head cabbage warm with ice cream and warm and she was lent to RKO, twenty bucks and I'll talk his low; and when Jove gave us life,
to be co-starred with her husband "
2 blueberries blooming head off! he, gave us woe.-Homer.
pints blueberry sauce.
Preston Foster and Harry Carey.
1 pint.ice cream Blueberry Sauce. t-E--

(Balance of materials among sta- J/3 cup sugar

ples) 1%,tablespoons floury Joan Fontaine certainly picked tJIIII' BIG 11-0UNCE
*Individual Lamb Pies. teaspoon salt herself a nice vacation when she !! fI'IAL

2 Ibs. shoulder of lamb 3A cup water finished "Before the Fact" with LuVI BOTTLE OF1

2 small onions 1 cup blueberries Cary Grant. She was satisfied with \\1 ,
3 tablespoons flours 1 tablespoon lemon juice nothing less than a three-weekjaunt.

IV teaspoons salt 2 teaspoons butter to Honolulu, Tahiti and PagoPagoas I

2te cups milk ,Mix the sugar, flour and salt in a an escape from Hollywood. HIN 5

Butter Pastry saucepan, and add water and blue- -;:
Trim the lamb, cut in small cubes berries. Cook over low heat, stir-
and brown in a hot frying pan. Add ring constantly until thickened. Stir Spencer Tracy won his Academy
the chopped onion and cook until in lemon juice and butter. awards in roles that hadn't a sug- I t HONEY & ALMOND CREAM
gestion of "boy meets girl." But in
light brown, stirring constantly. Add SERVING HINTS
the flour and salt and mix"well. Stir : "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde" he Regular $1 size
Place individual pies right on meets two Lana Turner and
in the milk gradually. Cover and girls,
cook over low heat for about 45 min- the serving plate. The tomato Ingrid Berman, just by way of even- limited time only-
cole slaw salads may be arrangedon ing the score.
utes or until the lamb is tender. Roll op ,
lettuce leaves on a platter and "
out pastry and place in individualpie -;.
tins or cut in six five-inch each person can serve himself from Britain" the
"Sky' Over brings to
rounds and place in large cupcake this platter. PeasFand carrots always air, a new series of dramatic pro- Spread of Evil any that despise the whole of it, it
pans. Fill with offer a good color combination. grams under the auspices of the -There are many that despise I is because the other half despises II.

the lamb mixture Arrange them in a bowl tossed British War Relief society, presented half the world; but if there be. hem.Colton.L .
together or separately arranged with
and brush the -
the Mutual network
carrots in the center and peas sur- over every
rims of the pastry rounding the carrots. Thursday evening. Each radio play

with milk. The ,dessert had will dramatize the true story of
better be servedin
Top each pie with civilian bravery in Great Britain. home use
another round of a rather deep dessert dish. Placea bake at ,
square of cakein -E-: If you
pastry. Crimp the
edges and cut \ each dish, then The officers and crew of a Britishdestro'er S

slits in the top for the steam to escape top with a ball of will comprise the first
-',1 through. Brush each pie with ice cream. Over f c+ movie audience outside the Amer- rLE1SCM
all the
milk or cream. Bake in a 425-de- pour rich icas to see Anna Neagle's "Sunny,"

gree F. oven for 25 to 30 minutes or looking blueberrysauce. if present plans go through. Miss

until the. crust is evenly, browned.Lift Preparethis Neagle's older brother, Alan Rob-
gently from the pan and serve. b iorti dessert just ertson, is commander of a destroyer FRESYERSIR1
to be
Butter and has not seen her or any of
Pastry. served. The whole family will love it. ?
1% cups flour her pictures more two
! I'Vz teaspoon salt USE OF LEFTOVERS: years. So a print of "Sunny" will
J/fc teaspoon baking powder Here's what to do with that bowlof be flown to England, then forwardedto lEls

: % cup butter leftover vegetables. Say you have him. She doesn't know wherehe ER l4 ( ASrNNShv .
-.t. 3 to 5 tablespoons milk peas, carrots and mashed potatoes. is, but 'sending him the film is VITAMINS m?
I. This a fine combination for Vegetable her reply to his recent request fora
Mix and sift the flour, salt and
', Puffs. Mix 1 leftover new photograph of her. .
cup mashed 6 fIgySSBo
baking powder. Cut in the butter as .laa.
1; with two knives or rub in with the potatoes with 2 eggs, 3 tablespoonsmilk 1
1 teaspoon baking powder, 1% I .v A? f
Add milk
fingertips. slowly, tossing Vallee
..' carrots The Rudy program won'tmove loEo two r
cupspeas % raj1ousebold
the mixture together lightly and daily
use York
flour and 1 tablespoon j I to New this summer
only enough milk to hold the ingre- chopped pars-
ley. Mix after all. Moving would have meant
thoroughly together and I
dients together. I leaving John Barrymore behind, and
drop by teaspoons into hot deep fat
*Blueberry Muffins. -3.50 degrees F. Cook until brown. listeners like the Vallee-Barrymore
,". : 2 cups sifted flour Drain on absorbent paper. Makes 8 I combination so well that it's in.. : ,.. Generation -
4 teaspoons baking powder to 10 puffs. advisable to break it up. w :a.- Four
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The Clewiston News :: : \Deane Duff." R. J. Blount, Mrs. D. B. Allen, Mrs.H .

'i' Hr' TO \f! The class history was. given by C. Meador. .'.:

'.' LATE Julia Anne Oglesby, the- prophecyby Junior Department-Mrs. C. .. S. -
Clewiston ham
Friday in : -
Published every CLEWISTONNEVS, '. \ June Hooker. The class will Waters, superintendent, Mrs Arch
Florida, by the : a vv
Tnc. '..:'. S was prepared by Doris Hodges_ who Hodges, Mrs. Walker. Nail, Mrs. "

..':.. CLASSIFY.j!I IBy \\j was prevented by illness from be- Campbell :Nall. '

KB4.TIILRV BOWDP.X, Editor .:=. ing present at graduation. It was In, addition to the above named
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read by William Davis.
.!. .:. I I I here will be other helpers.
mail matter 'i' I| Mr. Leonard's address, was on the The parents of the communitywho
second class .
Entered as
February I, 1927, at the Pest Office in '..'. RUSSELL KAY :i: I subject "Because you are Youth. have children. who should ben

Clewiston, Florida, under the Act of .!. I He gave a very excellent talk to the' Bible School are requestedto
March 3, 1891.Subcriltlon Association :::
Florida Press
:!: President \ the graduates, which was suited for cooperate with the workers by"

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Ilntc them. : portance of each individual in the rolled aud are regular in attend-

Adi'crlKIng: Rates On Application. During the past few years alphabetical worthwhile activities awaiting invite scheme of the universe, and. pointed ance. '
; dill II
agencies, happened to us.Books and magazines .
out. to the present generation -
I and
them in spacious reading rec-
so fast .th lte.cn the most that far
Devoted to the advancement and welfare dealer" had trouble trying reation rooms. There will be desks I their opportunities James 'Pless Makes:
of Clewiston and Hendry County.MnwiJirii "new I available and exceed those presented to graduates
let alone with stationery j
to remember all of them,
[ even five
were friendly folks to help and advise lof years ago. (Continued from Page 1)
keep track of what they dO-I them and see that, they "get ac i l Dr. C. E. Weaver county super- wanis Club left Thursday for At-
,- .---, (ing'I intendent of instruction for
(> ? ::\ quainted" and always haY some- public lanta to attend the meeting of .
'::" \, F1.0:1D.IIH:: : ;\:- l'u\n6 \ I ..a \;':'\.- of tab fact :you may where to and something to do. !Hendry County, presented diplomasto Kiwanis International convention
t N.\TIO\LFjIT\I!,: s(\(t\lla'\ ': that the go _
J-'iiifJfi\F 1 94:1.: .:,.J have formed the opinion of Betty Bailey, Flora Lee Haven,, which opened Monday for a four
I"U. S.: 0." is just another one June Hooker, Renee Wethington, session. conventionthe
day Following
governmental letter societiesland Twelve Graduates- \:Margaret Von Mach, Julia Oglesby,, Kiwanians will take post-con-: :
I decided not to worry about it. William Davis,
[,and Leah Richaud, ; (vention trips' to Tennessee or to
..:. :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..: To set governmental you light. "U.agency.. S. 0. The is I: (ContliMii-d Horn Page 1) i Sam Lang, Richard Owen and A. Florida. The Clewiston Club will
::::;:; NOT a 'I retord for the four: ; rears of high D. Frith. Doris Hodges, a member participate In an inter-city meet-
doesn'tstand I
"U. S. 'school has been the highest in the of the graduating class; who ing to be held in West Palm Beach
States," and the 0" doesn't stand was ill and unable to attend the
RAMBLINGS. l June 23rd, when the Kiwanians
"Official." The letters "U. 'S. class, and was won. this. rear by on
for exercises received her diploma
"- [I touring Florida will be present
Wethington.The ,
Or- .
By B. B. 0." stand for "United Service I afterwards.
ganizations" independent civic school awaras were made by .

........._..___'..._...,._..._._..u._.n.n........_._.._" .._'-...-.-.._- ....-................_ _.._.._..,. -..:,. I effort to do a mighty big and Principal P.. W. Turk. These and are 'Plan l Community I Ij COMMUNITY CHUUCH
I mighty important job that needs to medals which ,Mr. Turk gave Rev. E. R. Weidler, Supply Minister.

We should have been wary of j jour I be. done right now. went to the seniors who stood during high-the j Players Group Church School: 9:45 Sun.day.. .
his four high school years '
luck this week, but the fact I Your Uncle Sam has had morning.

that publication day fell on Friday, hands plenty full for the last few est in achievement in three activities lines- bars M. M. Prewitt requests all Morning Services: 11 o'clock Sun- ,"
athletics for ,
one, for one
the thirteenth, entirely slipped our months getting a million or more '. who are interested in the organization day morning.The .

attention. But here's the way the young men into camps throughout one for cscholarship. They for were ath- of a Community Players Groupin topic for this Sunday is 'The.
and training them for awarded to Sam Lang, Compassionate Father, selecte'dtocoincide
week has gone: the country for activi- Clewiston contact her, so plans
The hours are letics, to Richard Owen with the observance of
national fo'r be madeif
mornirg an organization can
We began early Monday Wethington for '
ties and to Renee
rlis hard, the regula- Father's Day.
to move the office from the old Hay long, the w : scholarship. there is sufficient interest shown.

Building (it's Franciscp Apart- tions strict and have'answered'the pay poor. theircountry's But Individual certificates to those Any wishing to join as members or
office which these men as patrons are requested to advise ,
ments now)) into the 7 through 12 J
and are not students in grades today I bring to thee .'
vacated when the old ad-, call they f roll Mrs. Prewitt, who will call a meet-
the city whining or' bellyaching about it. I who were on the yearly honor This boy of mine whom thou has'
leased by ing for organization purposes.
ministration building was Wethington, Julia _
marchis Went to
when the cross-country made;
the' city. It isn't such a chore to are Anne Oglesby, Doris Hodges, Rich- I In looks" to '
files' over, when the planes everything he me;
move a few desks, typewritter, grounded, the artillery is muzzledand ard Owen, June Hooker, Emily Daily Vacation Bible In turn I look to thee for aid. '

"and supplies from one place to in the shed, Bullen, Elsie Martin, Nora Oglesby
the tanks are
another. We simply called Bill ferotsrSS I and Nick Schiffli. School Begins MondayThe He knos: riot all that is before;
there' are
Allen and let him do'the rest. But Perfect attendance certificates IHe I little dreams of hidden snares;_
we are such a housewifely soul and recreation.Now a large percentage of the went to John Bethea, Bill Davis, Daily Vacation Bible School, j!' He holds my hand, and o'er and o'er

that moving simply means a perfect today find Beatrice Pratt, Robert Hodges, sponsored by the First Baptist II I finnd myself beset with fears. .
in our Army camps
opportunity for a house-cleaning, so boys from home for Walter Vaughn, Robert Taylor, Church, will open its first regular
despite the hot weather we took themselves away And Betty Stough, Bobby Topper, Wilma session Monday morning at 8 o'- Father, as this boy looks up to me
in their lives.
time to clean every file, and every |the first Tingle and Edwin Roath. clock. The school will enroll chil- For guidance and my help imploresI

desk drawer; to sort out the great some of them are a mighty long Mrs. Agnes Thomas, social science dren of the ages of four through bring him now' in prayer to thee;

Variety 'of material that accumu'way from home. They get a lost.day instructor and sponsor of theschool's twelve years. Children of these He trusts my strength, and I trust
off and they are
lates. And a newspaper office i j" I'or They an have nowhere to go. Their year-book, "The Sugar ages from all Sunday Schools in our Yours.

certainly tops in the matter, of ac, friends are all back home. They Bowl," presented the completedbook community, and those of no Sunday Hold thou my hand as I hold his,

cumulation. But we sorted, and I used to be able to "go over to which for the first time' was School are.cordially'. invited to at And so guide me that I may guide;
j cleaned, and waxed, and finally
Bill's house" or there'd be a partyat ready for distribution at the closeof tend.The Teach me, Lord, that I may teach;
moved, and now we sit with that the school is composed -
She the dedication, faculty of foolish
Mabel's, or dance at the club- school. gave And keep me free from
complacent air that all housewives "In sincere of the following:
house. There was always some on behalf of the staff pride.
have when the spring cleaning is H. C. Meador. ,
to his keen interest, Principal-Rey. t' .' '
thing to do, some place go appreciation for t"
finally accomplished, and they dare Pianist-Miss Doris .Hodg i. Help me to help this boy of mine,

you to miss an ash' tray or a wastebasket friends Towns, companionship and cities in,' the fun. neigh cooperation and friendship, we, the Beginners; Department-Mrs. MayF. To be to him a father true;_ '

students and faculty of Clewiston Himrod superintendent, Mrs. Hold me, Lord, for, everything
borhood of our great militarycamps
while able to meet the nor- Public Schools dedicate this, the H. L. Davis, Mrs. Eugene Berry. As fast, I hold my boy for you. -

Just as we are settled, befalls mal demands of their own popula- 1941 editor of the Sugar Bowl to Primary Department-Miss, Edyth ,.... .: Sefectecf.
the worst luck of all. Carr Settle, .. -- -"--' ..
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News is quite ill He.. Jijib: S3 .i'.i' -- E,
taken to a Tajrpa Hospital for ob- thousands of young men who :::::: -
have swarmed in from nearby ....f.
servatiq ,J
fation. Our last reports were camps. .
--S& That is where the U.. S. O. comesin. 1....:. '" '&
that the decision "to operate or not .... ENJOY AN .. :
For the U. S. O. is comprisedof : : .. f.;:_ -. __ .-- t YY
made. .... .
to operate" had not been : : YYAA

"We along with the rest of he'llboon you, C. A.the, the following National agencies Catholic: Y.Com M. :::: :; ':;.. :._ ': ', .;-.f 0 .'..'
Carr terribly and hope I : :
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munity Service, the 'Salvation Army, I. .. .' _, -, r ALL ELECTRICE ";.:'f" :. :.. "s"..:.
be recovered completely and ::,:. : j ,. -, \>0':0 ..
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in our midst again. '
Board and the National Tiavel- J: :i:::
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And think what the week of I main- .:.... ':";.. _, H 0:, M ',''.:. '. "' A iAA
ing their efforts and plan to ;. '
tol .
Friday the thirteenth meant I \ ; ; ->
clubhouses for \ : -
tain and '
Doris Hodges! All ready for i operate :!::: 1
service where religious -
men services
: :
graduation from high school, with I 11 44w' '- ,
counsel and guidance, social ,
! the work all done, and scheduled

on the program to read the class events and entertainment, group 1 i :: : 1!
will which she had prepared. And I activities in dramatics, music and :::;: Electricity is the modern servant ; a servant that '-

then It was to bad be shut enough in with to miss the measles gradua-! i crafts will be provided under the I A::::A: takes care of both the work and the pleasures of the :S:::

tion, but humiliating to have sucha leadership of capable men and wo- i YYXX home and that will do everything quickly, efficiently **

childish disease as measles cause men especially trained for such I :.::!: one "..

all the trouble. That's' like the work. I..::_: I and economically. .$_ .

Moore Haven college student who these clubhouses the will : II
At boys
came home for Easter week-end, I be given an opportunity to meet :AX t:YYY; One penny will toast; 26 crunchy slices of toast, or : :i::
and had to wire the college that

she was quarantined. with mumps! young. men and .women. of the local li: :: give your eyes two hours of safe reading light or operate .TV XX

in clean and whole-
: ,
Friday the thirteenth held no 'some atmosphere.a. They will. find '5:_,:':;: _. your radio for most of a day-and-ELECTRICITY is |j:|

:jinx' for Mary and Ed, who chose any number of interesting and :::!: -one thing that gets cheaper the more of it that you use. :H::,

today to announce their engagement SA

best and wishes approaching along with marriage.Our all of. I II l iiA: Q That is why it is so easy to have and enjoy _a home I :(.s.:S:
and sit in a corner till midnight, :AX:::

,yours for their* *happiness.* I and we, found a black cat had had I I ASA Y that is all electric and modern. 1YY

kittens under l' ,back porch! .:.**:'' .'Sus"
We ,understand another wedding \ 1 A *
'occured Sunday but Joel Keen has I.

+ forsaken us temporarily and we 1sA

have no details. We hope' to have : ELECTRICITY IS YOUR CHEAPEST SERV- i 4fe=

them for ,next week's paper. PERSONALFred *
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The Fort Myers Radio Station XAY

l burned in the wee small hours this don't leave home! I ::: ANT-USE IT EXTRAVAGANTLY. *

morning. One of the firemen just told Mary my prize baking
turned his car over en route to the secret, and she's starting in today y

lire: Uncle Dan, his nephew anda to use Rumford Baking ,:, -

colored helper turned over a few Powder. She's going to make 'i"Y:' 1
marvelous cakes and hot-
times en route home from Miami some .y.
breads. For with Rumford she ''
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,arly this morning, with a load of can use any'good recipe with- f : :
vegetables for Parkinson's. They out worrying about how much :::::: ;

-righted the truck, and with themselves baking powder to use. The

M v\the The' worse hospital, truck for is and wear checking vegetables, came up on on quite the In. Rumford.amount'is the alum right the-never Rumford amount directions leaves to containsno call use a bit-for of i\\ Glades Power and Light Co. 8A:ii iiA [::1

extent of their damages at the ter taste.. FREE. Send for new

present and it is tttought ,all will booklet, containing dozens of .1.. .X&nwww
.be well with them shortly. .. bright ideas to improve jour ) "i.f
baking, Address: Rumford +::: :. ::::::
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j Miss Mary _Onah Gibson of Bar- 'spaghetti supper before the bridge A: Thomas and 'Mrs. R.J.. Blount. requested to be -

j tow is spending a few days here ,game Hot rolls, pickles, iced tea Routine business was transactedat present. ;
I [ visiting Miss Edythe Nell Cornette. I land salad completed the menu. the meeting. Monday morning the Daily Vacation
] room-mates this Bible School will hold its
I The two girls were $ -
After the games Mrs. Campbell Attending were Mrs. D. B. Allen, first regular session. Every
Florida Southern College childof
year Lakeland. Nail was found ,to hold high score I Mrs. A. R. Broadfoot, Mrs. W. R. the ages, of 4 through 12 yearsis

111 and Mrs. R. C. Nowling second. Broaderick, Mrs. R. M. Bishop, Mrs.R. cordially Invited to enroll.
high. Their prizes were costun.e N. Schildress, Mrs. E.' M. Cor- Tuesday evening the
Mrs.' Alvah: Burke and Mrs. Miss Lucy Humble left this week,' jewelry, necklace for first prize' nette, Mrs. H. L. Davis, Mrs. M. C. District Training Union Palm-Lake

I I Reeves Rider of LaBelle visited following the close of Clewiston and a bracelet for second. Dok6, Mrs. Arch Hodges, Mrs. meet with the First Associationwill '
I I Mrs. E. M. Cornette Tuesday.Mr. High School in which she is science Baptist
Clarence Krueger, Mrs. H. A.
Playing were Mrs. R. C. Wilson. Land. Church of Pahokee. The time will
instructor, for her home in Mrs. Blanche Turner, Mrs. Harry Mrs. H. C. Meador, and Mrs. L. C. be 8 p. m. It is hoped that a large ,
and Mrs. E. P. Mauldin of Jamestown, Kentucky, for the sum ( Miller.
I Turner, Mrs. Roy Alston, Mrs. W. group will attend this regularmeet-

Miami were guests at the O. A. mer. H. Lanier, Mrs. Nowling, Mrs. ''- ing. Cars will be provided for. those: _,

Jones home Sunday. I Malley: ,Palmer and Mrs. NaIl.MooreMarkette MILS: MILLER HOSTESSTO who will attend.Wednesday .
I Jim W. Beardsley is' spendingthis BRIDGE CLUB WEDNESDAYMrs.

Mrs. R. M. Hare has returned week in' ,Jacksonville Beach, : evening at 8 o'clock

from a three weeks' visit inV>st. after ''conducting a class in church L. C. Miller entertained her the regular prayer service of' the "-

Palm Beach. -I[I.school at Mount Dora, for a :week -- .bridge club Wednesday afternoonat 'I church will be held at the church. :

i I I j following his graduation at the Mrs. J. W. Moore today announced her new home on Osceola Ave All Sunday School teachers are

W.: H. Lanier, R. C. Wjl.,cn ,and I i j University of Florida, the engagement and' approaching nue. A hand-painted pottery pitcher asked to attend as fifteen minutes :.-

C. 'J. Lovvorn spent Sunday fishing ,! marriage of her daughter; Mary was awarded as first prize to of the hour will be devoted to meditation
''II at Pine Island-near Fort M 'ers. Miss Mildred Pouncy and Miss Elizabeth, and Thomas Edward 1Irs.G.. B. Thomas, and linen kitchen

I Lyiiell Windham of Daleville, Ala., Markette. The wedding, will take 1 towels to Mrs. Dave Alston as on the next Sunday's Sunday '

Mr. and Mrs. Carl Johnson, Jim are spending the week with their place at five o'clock Sunday aft- cut prize: : School, lesson; '.

my and Lief, .spent the week-end uncle, C. J. Pouncy; this week. ernoon, June 29, at St. Luke's 'A congealed fruit salad with "

in Sarasota 'with relatives. Mrs. Pouncy, will return with them Episcopal Church, in Fort ::\lye 's. wafers and iced tea was served by .

, --:-- for a two weeks' visit in Daleville. Rev. Andrew J. Milsted, rector of Mrs. Miller to, Mrs* I Dave Alston, Is Your Subscription Paid
i I the church, will officiate.Mrs. Mrs. Keathley Bowden
Mrs. J.Y..
I Mrs. Otto Larsen and Mrs. W. \
H. 'Lanier were yisltors Friday in .c. J. Pouncy has returned froma John J. KettI will be her Ezelle, Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs. Carl

West Palm Beach., -' trip to Niagara :Falls<: and Washington I sister's only attendant and Jerry I Johnson, Mrs. W. H. Lanier and MECHANICAL, STRUCTURAL
D. C. He was accompanied -., :Wilcox will be Mr. Maikette's at- Mrs. G. B. Thomas. ARCHITECTURAL DESIGNS
on the*trip by his son, C. J., tendant. No invitations will be
'Mrs. C. W.: Fuller and grandson, Maps -, Estimates
Jr., and his daughter, Miss Frances, issued to the wedding, but all MRS. CARL JOHNSON
Gene Fuller, left this week for a JOHN II. DOTY
who attend college in Auburn, Ala.,
friends of the couple are invitedto HOSTESS TO BRIDGE CLUB
visit of a few weeks in- Daytona Engineering Consultant
I attend. -
Beach and Atlanta. Mrs Knight and Miss I
} Josephine Hopkins
Bldg. Clewiston Fla.
I Miss Moore is the daughter of Mrs. Carl; Johnson was hostess
i Ruth Knight have as their guest I
i : Mrs. J. W. Moore and the late J. W. Friday afternoon to members of I
Coburn :Moore left Wednesday for i Miss Rebekah Parnell of Miami..
Moore who was ,for her bridge club; first prize was
i Titusville where he will be employed Miss Parnell was graduated this f
I sociated with the Caloosahatchee-I'won by Mrs. Earl R. Smith and 1Johnson's
I' by U. Engineers( on construction I week from the Fort_ Myers High
Okeechobee project :second prize by Mrs. C. E. Miner. Fish 'Camp .
work. .
I : I Engineers. The family formerl.d :Others playing were Mrs. H. R. I
I -- (Near Hurricane Gate
'resided in Fort Myers, where Miss Hall, 1Irs.V. W. Perry, Mrs. J. )
I Miss Laura Mattesou,-. returned Miss Ava Ezelle, who taught Moore graduated from the Foil Grady Niblack, Mrs. R. H. Knight Clewiston, Fla. .

i Monday from 'a two weeks' visit school in Fort Myers this year, spenta Myers High School. She is em- and Mrs. C. J. Nielsen. Boats and Motors-Guide Service -
: with friends in Erie: Pennsylvania, few days here this week with I Rates. ReasonableW.
in the
ployed stenographic depart- Mrs. Johnson served spice cake
and in Ohio.R. her brother, Dr. J. W. Ezelle, and ., H. Johnson, Mgr.
I I family, before ,leaYingfor her home ment of the United States Sugar' with whipped cream and an iced I
Corporation._ drink.
E. Kurtz and son, John of I lin Graceville. .
Mr. Markette is a graduate of
Fort Myers were business visitorsin
the LaBelle High School. He is the FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Clewiston Thursday. N. Smith spent this week on
son of T. A. Markette and the late
I a business trip to Titusville and & PLUMBING SHOP,
Mrs. Mary Markette. He is owner A meeting of the Board of Deacons -
E. L. Hines of New York is other points on the East Coast in
j and manager of the Clewiston Radio will be held Sunday afternoon Anything in Plumbing Fixtures .
spending a month in his apart connection with the engineer work .
and at 2:30 o'clock. All
Electric deacons
ment at the Clewiston Inn. on the new airports under construc Company. are Prompt, Efficient Service .

I tion.
Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Crawford
MEET TWICE WEEKLY FOR RENT-Large, airy bedroomand
' and son spent ,the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Alston droveto :

I' their parents, in LaBelle. Miami Thursday afternoon of garage. Stucco. house across -

, -- last week. 'Their' daughter, Miss A class in foods and nutritionwas highway from Hendry County Mo

: Mrs. R. N. Smith and baby Martha. Nell, :returned with them organized Tuesday afternoon in tors. Phone 102, C. M. Jarvis. tf j. m. COUSECounselor
the Center with twelve
daughter, Sally June, were brought 'from Barry College for Women ; Community_ !
home Sunday from Lee Memorial where 'she is. a sophomore.Mr. ladies signed up for the couiS3, I and Attorney at Law
Hospital in Fort Myers. which is given by the' state department I FOR RENT-One '2-room furnished Hopkins Building

of education as a part of the ...
and Mrs. Preston Davidsonand cottage. One bachelor apart Wednesdays and Saturdays
national defense
Mr. and Mrs. W. G.. Mathis had Mr. and Mrs. A. Price of Macon program.
ment. Lights and water furnished.Mrs. 9:30 to 4:00
as their guests this, week Mrs. Ga., spent the week-end herewith Meeting each Monday and Friday -.
Mathis' brother and his wife, Mr.' Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Davidson. afternoons at 3:30 the class M. D. Royals. 3t.

and Mrs. Carl King; of Tampa. 'They left Wednesday: for a short will have classes of 1 % hours each. #

[visit in Tampa before going back- The'class is being taught as a 'ec-

Mrs. Oscar Shelter and children to Macon.- ,J. ture course by Mrs. Nell Grigsby, I ,

of Nail's Courts South Clewiston, home economics instructor in the

are visiting hen parents, Mr. and Principal R. W. Turk and Mrs. LaBelle High School. It is thought DR. WALTER F. PURDONAnnounces

Mrs. A. Croy in Arcadia.Mr. Turk have left for Gainesville, that other courses will be offered

!where Mr. Turk has enrolled for later. This one will continue for that after Sunday, June 8, 1941, he will be in / i
and Mrs. W. ,B. Stiles of the full summer session at the 6 or 8 class periods.All '
his office in the ,Hopkins Bldg., daily except Thursday and
! Ocala are visiting their son .University of Florida. Mr. Turkis interested are invited to join J I

I J. A. Stiles, and Mrs. Stiles" this taking work' towards his Master's the class, which .is free. l\Irs'l)I Sunday.. Evening hours Monday, Tuesday, Friday and Sat- ,

I week. Degree. Grigsby invites any who wish to -
I bring their knitting along. Several

J. E. Davidson, Jr., of McDill Clewiston friends of Al 'w. Johnston Red Cross sweaters and socks be-
Practice of Osteopathic Medicineand
Field, Tampa, spent the week-end i ,who is associated with Allis- nefitted by the meeting Monday.The .

here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.J. Chalmers, Machinery Corporation, class is open to all adults. Surgery

E. Davidson. ;will be interested to learn that he

sailed for England on Wednesdayof YOUNGER SET ENJOYS PARTYAT .I

Clewiston friends of Judge and this week on an eight months': COMMUNITY: CENTER

Mrs. J. M., Couse of Moore Havenare assignment .for 'his company.

I congratulating them on the Misses Lee Pridgen and Nell Cor- .......NNNNNNN.. .. .. .. -.H.H.H.n.n..n.n..H.H.H..H..n.H.n.n..H.. .NNNNNNNI.NNNN. . . ._............................NNMN N.N............................._._..._._..N.._.............N.04".N.;

birth of a son, Edwin Gram, Sat- Mr.' and Mrs. Albert Hill returned nette were hostesses at a: weiner :, ::1:

urday, June 7th. Monday after a few days' absence roast and dancing party Tuesday :

Mr. Hill from' Bristol, Va., evening. The group enjoyed an '. I

Mr. and Mrs.' A. Toulis and sons, where he was called by the illnessof outdoor supper on the levee and

Anthony and Billy, left this week. his mother. Mrs. Hill spent the afterwards went to the Community i
for Boston to spend the remainder' time with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Center for a few hours of dancing. .

I of the summer with Mis. Toulis' Achard, in Fort Myers. The guests were Misses Margaret ;

: mother and other relatives. J Von Mach, Martha Nell Alston, I

Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Ward and Maxine Doty, June Hooker, Loise ;.

Mrs. G. H. Small, deputy clerkin daughter, Grace, left for their va- Prince, Jane Stephens and Lloyd t '

the city offices, left this week cation- yesterday. Mr., Ward is at- I and Robert Kelly, Jimmy' Hall, :: ;, ., r... l ::

for her vacation. She is visiting tending the Kiwanis International Clyde Polk, Parker Wilson, John 1,.

her mother, Mrs. L. Frisch, in At- I convention in Atlanta as delegate Perry, Dick Owen, Charles' Benson :_:: DID HOT BUILD THe I Ii

lanta. from the Clewsiton Kiwanis Club. J. D. Hooker, Dick Patterson ;_: F2% ST STtAMY.rAT ;: :
Mrs. Ward and Grace are spendingthe and A. D, Frith. :. 'r.IT'"lAr".,.., ..
Mrs.. G. Rf. Sears, Sr., of Shell- time with relatives in ,Jackson : 'Of ... )
man, Ga.: is arriving today for a ville. SENIOR MOTHERS HOSTESSES TO _: "' ,'. l J) eff/;JJI2; 'Y .. 8

I three weeks'visit with her daughter CLASS AFTER GRADUATION ,:';' &, '''< ,;;..': ', :?
Mrs. H. C. Kolstad, and fam Mr. and Mrs W. W. Perry and I, -.. (UY.i. ;( .t.' .: \ '
ZJj1 J -.l
I ily. sons, Bill and Johnnie, spent the The mothers of members of the :i, ',' _f_".'i.,', :
: *
(. w .
I week-end in Tampa and' St. Pet- I Senior Class entertained the Sen- _, !Ei x
;; .c'
Father, L. J. Flynn,' his cousin, I ersburg. Miss Kathleen Lewis, iors, their guests and members of i : I

Miss Catherine Comiskey and Cor- I sister of Mrs. Perry, who teaches the faculty at a dancing party at ;::, (Explanation on Page' Eight) ;:

rinne Von Mach left Tuesday fora i in one of the Tampa schools, returned the Community Center following /_: ;' :

visit with relatives of Father with them for a visit. graduation exercises Monday even- ;j rrrfl'l1t1fl". .f? '.t. ...

Flynn's in Philadelphia. Another sister, "Miss Bessie, Lewis, .ng. :: 1-

of Blakely, Ga., also arrived this A punch bowl was placed on along 4, : :
Mrs. W. D. Tidwell and daughters week. refreshment table, and sandwiches ;:, .l"

Barbara and Loise, and Louise and cakes were served to 4: .. .:_.

Lowry of Belle Glade, were guestsof Nicholas Van Slyck Mumford Jr. ,
the guests. Dancing was enjoyed ;:
Mr. and Mrs. J. H; Pressley Wed- son of Mr.. and Mrs. N. V. S. ..Mum- during the evening. _: Build, a home of your own. On our :'.:

nesday. ford, won recent honors at Moses fifty students ;:
A group of about modern mortgage plan, you can pay for ::: .
Brown School in Providence, R. I. and guests enjoyed the party.: '
Mrs., B. E. Nail has as her guests : Van, who is a fourth form student, : it as you'd pay rent. We'll gladly discuss *

'l. this week her sister, Mrs. Belle has been elected to membership in W. M. S. MEETING TUESDAY AT : the matter with in detail. Stop in. ::
:,,, Bryan of Brantley, Alabama, and a Cum Laude, society, a' national CHURCH TUESDAY AFTERNOON Is, you. v
brother-in-law, J. M. Taylor, of secondary school honor society ,, X

Andalusia, Ala. comparable with Phi Beta Kappain I Mrs. Arch Hodges presided at the .i,, .A.

Universities. At the recent com meeting of the Baptist Woman's ;:, A
Dr.; and Mrs. W. L. Lott left this A
mencement exercises he was also Missionary Society which was held A
week for their vacations. Dr. Lottis I awarded the Paul Messer Trophyfor at the church Tuesday afternoon. s,, A

in Cambridge, Mass., where he swimming. The devotional service was led by _, .A.

,'\. has enrolled for a six weeks' courseIn ; I Mrs. Walker Nail. :_ A.

spectroscopy at the Massachu- I EVENING BRIDGE CLUB IS The program was on the theme ;_ }
setts Institute of Technology. :Mrs. :l.
" AT SUPPER "Night in Europe" and was in ..
Lott has gone West and will visit f ..
i--- charge of Mrs. E. M. Cornette, ;:
'-:', her parents in Price, Utah, and | Miss Mae Palmer, who was hositess chairman of the Winnie. Ayres Circle _. t.
relatives in Arizona and California. to the Evening .V.
Bridge Club : Taking part on the program X

She will be, away rcr two months. I[I Wednesday, invited her guests for_a were Mrs. Clayton Waters, Mrs. M.) _1:N:N:N:N:N N:N:N:N H:M N:N 1.:MS.:N:N:N:N N..:11:N:N N N:N:.:N N..:N N N N N:..:N:N:N.:..:N N:N:11 N:N N:N:II'.0.


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plumb sour with hate he can't see IMPROVED
straight. And Trumbull cashed in UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL IJ UYJT

on that when he posted him hereas / III tThat's/ /
LampieVa11 1.! an armed guard t' protect his I

y set property.with pizen It was bait like behind leavin'him.a "trap 'SUNDAY Lesson

BY "What did you mean by sayingyou By Dean HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST. D. D. Love
of The Moody Bible Institute
had Trumbull licked? Lander of Chicago. "If you love work, why don't
demanded.Still by Western Newspaper Union.) you look for it?"
Three women love Sidney Lander, Alaska ring. Lander and Carol fly to Chakltana, again I saw the look of guileon "Alas "
lady love is
mining engineer. He Is engaged to Barbara scene of her claim. Someone shoots at the_ Sock-Eye's crafty old face. His blind!
Trumbull whose rich father Is contesting plane. It was Sock-Eye, a friend. He Lesson for June 15
eyes, when he spoke, were not on
I The
the mining claim of Carol Coburn, teacher thought It was a Trumbull plane. He told seven ages of women are:
at Matanuska. Lander breaks with Trum- them Trumbull had sent Eric, the Red, for Lander, but on me. Lesson subjects and Scripture texts se Her own and six guesses.No .
bull. Salarla Bryson a big out-door girl, dirty work. Eric, the Red, had annoyed "I ain't got nothin' aginst college- Council lected and of Religious copyrighted Education by International used by
also loves Lander. She disappears. Lander Carol on several occasions and threatenedfinds dood engineerin', he said. "Least- permission.PROGRESS. Airs

Salarla. Barbara misinterprets the her. a-ways, when a high-collar plooto- "Shall I paint you in evening dress?"
rescue and flings away her engagement The menace of Red seemed still present. crat tries t' change the face o' nature IN WORLD MISSIONS "Oh, don't make any fuss. Just wear

INSTALLMENT XVlll there's always two can playat your usual smock."
j the same game." LESSON TEXT-Acts 13:44-52: Galatlans

"That's the Big Squaw," he said., edge, groping for my six-gun as "What do you mean by that?" 3:2G-29. Admitted .
all I could in the distance, I went.I GOLDEN TEXT-For ye are all the chil. Mistake"What's
Vet see, Lander questioned. dren
God by faith in Christ Jesus.
wrong'with' fin-
was a meandering ribbon of water, knew it was dangerous, but f I "I mean, mister," was Sock-Eye's Galatians 3:26. ger?" your

an uncertain thread of water muddy didn't much care. All I rememberedwas quiet-toned answer, "that I hap- "I hammered the nail."

with glacial silt as it twisted be- that I was Alaska born and my pened t' mush in here afore Trum- "All people" are included in God's wrong

tween broken rock and gravel bedsfrinO'ed blood was up. I couldn't see a man bull and his'survey officials droppedinto plan of redemption. Whosoever will,

with dwarfed birch trees and killed for a cause that was essen- this valley. They was bankin'on let him take the water of life freely THAT SORTSpreeChugwater

in the blue-shadowed distance lost tially mine. To stand aside, at sucha the Big Squaw t' show 'em ol' (Rev. 22:17). The disciples naturally -

itself in what must have been a time, was more than cowardly.I Klondike Coburn's claim couldn't lie and properly first preached the

small lake."There's. disregarded Lander's shout of along the crick bank where his pat- gospel to the Jews, but the time

no plane at CranberryLake warning and-ran on, scarcely think- ent sure said she ought t' lie." came when God was ready to send, al
"And the
I heard him say.down. Everything's ing of cover. I waited for Sock-Eye to' go on. them to the Gentiles, that they too

Trumbull mine's shut" Then an odd thing happened. But as he stood silent for a momentor might hear the message of redemp-

empty there. the Instead of the bark of a rifle I two, with a somber light In his tion. That historic turning point is
He stooped pointing and into the valley. I heard the bark of a voice, half in, crafty old eyes, he seemed ,to be found in our lesson. As Paul and his
glasses, and half in turning a succulent thought over
protest anger. fellow
made out the mine buildings, workers proceeded from
finally deserted and idle. And in all the "Sock-Eye," was the shout that in his mind, very much as a squirrel Paphos on the isle of Cyprus to the makes very

broken terrain beyond them I could fell on my ears. It came from the turns anut over in its paws. mainland with their message of sure of himself before he does any

detect no sign of life. tall figure which was no longer "I reckon a earthquake must'verun Christ's redemption, they met bothI. bragging.

"I don't understand this," Lander crouching behind its rock shelter. recent through these regions," Popularity and PersecutionActs Whiffenpoof, he's a safe

said as he reached for the glasses And that, I knew was Lander, a he blandly suggested. "For there ( 13:44 45). blower, then!
he spoke a startled and indignant Lander who was the ol' Big Squaw, right back'inthe
again. And even as back. bed where she belonged. .And In the synagogue of Antioch of
sound that was neither a whine nora wasn't even trying to wave me Some Proof
old fool it when them engineerin' sharps got Pisidia they were invited to preach, Helen-Do believe the
whistle smote on my ears. A '"Sock-Eye, you stop you say-
moment later the sound was repeated was the repeated shout that echoed through with their maps and sight- and Paul was blessed in the presen- ing that there are always as good

followed by the splash of a bul- across the valley. And it was an- in' tools they sure had t' tell Boss tation of a powerful gospel' message. fish in the sea as ever were

let against the rock on which Lan- swered, a moment later, by a call Trumbull the mine was located Read it in Acts 13:16-41. It met with caught?
and the claim stood as re such a response that the people "be-
der was standing. that was halfway between the howlof proper Thelma-I'm not quite sure. The
"Get back," he called out to me. a timber wolf and the ki-yi of a corded. And the ol' skunk was so sought that these words might be uncaught.ones mustbe smarter.
"Keep low." happy cowboy.I sprayed with his own scent that preached to them the next Sabbath"v.

His own drop from the rock top could see the shaggy old figure he-" ( 42). So great was'the popularityof Back Talk

that the binocularsfell that from its "Wait a minute," interrupted Lan- Paul's message that the whole A little
was so abrupt emerged hiding placeTo worm was feeling lonely, so
at my feet. He motioned me der, fixing the other with a steadyeye. city came the next Sabbath "to hear he popped out and looked about for

down as another bullet whined over- "How much dynamite did you the Word of God." someone to play with.

head. F V +I pack into this valley?" wait-there's a worm hi that At last he noticed another little worm,

"But who is it?" I gasped. Sock-Eye scratched his head and red apple of popularity, and its and said, "Will you come and play?"

"That's what I've got to find out," spat. Then his leathery old throat name is jealousy (v. 45)). It caused The other little worm replied" : "Don't
daft. I'm other end.
aid Lander as he reached for his shook with a chuckle."I the Jews to blaspheme as they con- your

own rifle. But instead of bringing it reckon, tenderfoot," he observed tradicted Paul's preaching. Jeal-

into use he crowned the barrel end "I savvied how t' handle ousy always makes a fool out of the So It Seems
with his hat and slowly lifted it blastin' powder afore you was born." one who yields to it. Yet this green- The angler had'just landed a

above the top of our sheltering rock. "Then it was you changed the eyed monster is permitted to go catch when the inquisitive woman

There was a far-off report, andI course of the Big Squaw?" right on destroying, hindering, hurt- chanced" to be passing.

saw the hat that had been on the "I put 'er back where she belonged ing. In the church and the home, "Oh, she" exclaimed-, "that poor
little fish!
barrel end whisked ten feet away. ," Sock-Eye stubbornly maintained as well as in the social order, we
Lander, when he guardedly recov- '"where she was on the orig- let jealousy come in and wreck The angler replied: "Well,

,ered it, found a bullet hole throughone inal survey." friendship, break down reputations, madam, if he'd kept his mouth
"But that doesn't the issue' shut he would not have got into
the mean
side of felt brim. yes, even block the work of God. "
"We'll crawl back," he quietly an- settled," contended my champion. May someone learn the lesson of our trouble!

nounced, "and come on him from "Sure she's settled," Sock-Eye text and turn away from that evil

another quarter." proclaimed. "Them gover'ment way-right now!

turned sharps flew out three days iNDRGESTDON
That backtrailing, however, ago II. Rejection and AcceptanceActs I
headin' for Juneau t' their
into a quartering and cautious- advance \ register ( 13:46-52). ; may affect the Heart
once we had climbed higher findin' and confirm the claim. I'll Gas trapped In tho stomach or gullet nay act like a.
All through the record of Scripture'and hftlr-trlggcr on tho heart. At tho first sign of distress
ground. We crept forward in a A lead you over t' the Big Squaw and smart men and women depend on Bell-ans Tablets to
6 show where location postsis the history of man to this day let gai free. No laxative but undo of the fistest-
westerly direction crawling'clos- you your
nVr acting medicines known for acid IndIgestion. If tho
er and closer to the heights over- e li all set reg'lar and your limits we find some rejecting the grace of FIRST DOSE doesn't prove Bell-ana better, return
bottle to u and receive DOUBLE Money Back. 23c.
God-others Those who
looking the Big Squaw and the emp- defined. accepting.
stand aside, at such a time, themselves "un-
ty mine buildings. "Why do you say when the coastis reject only prove
. I was glad to sit and rest while was more than cowardly.and clear?" Lander exacted. worthy of eternal life" (v. 46) and, Are We Witless?

Lander crawled cautiously forward "B'cause there's a hate-soured son are themselves rejected of God. We dare not trust our wit for
stood in startled wonder star-
and, through that tangle of willow, ing at his equally startled enemy., 0' misery skulkin' around behind The disciples now turn from the making ourhouse pleasant to our

carefully studied the alley beneath "I'll be if it ain't them rocks," he announced, "and Jews to minister to the Gentiles, friends, and so we buy ice cream.
him. He studied it for a long time. Sid Lander cried the embattled he ain't consoomed with love for even as had been prophesied (Isa. -Emerson.

Then he crept back to my side, his old-timer as, he lowered his firearm. ,anyone of us. Fact is, folks, we've 42:6: ; 49:6; Luke 2:31: 32)). They
somber eyes quite without any look got t' git under cover." accepted the word of truth and
"And me a-tryin' t' blow him outo'
of satisfaction. He turned and pointed toward a "were glad, and glorified the wordof WORLD'S LARGEST i'm
the !I"
Later we squatted Indianlike" on valley rock ledge that wavered along the God." Rejection brought eternal SELLER AT

the rocky floor of) a sheltering bowl "What do you mean by it? water-torn mountain slope. "I've death, but acceptance brought eter- StJOSEPII ASPIRIN

and ate as the shadows shifted anda demanded Lander, striding toward got me a nifty little hide-out up that nal life and joy.

wood-warbler twittered and hopped him. hillside there. She's tarp-roofed and
They could not keep the good newsto
stood his
between the Sock-Eye scratching bedded down with balsam and plumb
themselves, but had to spread it Finishing TouchesThere's
head of bewilderment
have to here Lan- a picture out o' sight from pryin' eyes down
stay touched with contrition. His wan- abroad. A lighted candle begins 'at a divinity that shapes f
_der said, "I've got a little scoutingto fell and he emit- here. once to shine. A redeemed soul our ends, rough-hew them how we
dering gaze on me I knew sudden of weari-
do. If anything should happen a sense
ted second triumphant ki-yi. longs to bring others to Christ. will.-Shakespeare.At .
a touched with homelessness -
give me a couple of signal shots ness as Persecution continued; fact, was
from that six-gun of yours." Then Sock-Eye turned back to the I waited for Lander to retrieve our
intensified to the point of physical
taller figure confronting him the
overlooked shoulder packs."You've .
"But I can go where you go," I ejection of the disciples. Were they
of of his "
squint incredulity going out
maintained. had hard goin, girlie, 1' i
downhearted? No! for the joy of
bearlike he studied the 6000
eyes as new- Sock-Eye observed after a glance
Lander studied face.. DRUGSTORES
my the Lord filled their Holy Spiritfilledlives. \
Then he and leaned _
comer. spat on into face. "But you've got
my your
"I don't want you in this, he Being filled with the Spirit
his rifle. "
mine. LARGF ,,i4. 1gornF
said with a quiet but steely firm- means 'being filled with joy, even in ,1
\ ness. "I thought you was that yellow- "It doesn't seem so important," ar..v, i
the midst of
persecution. 0
"But if it's dangerous for you I bellied coyote Trumbull planted in I said out of my backwash of weari- $1.20 'dptisi a
these parts t' do his dirty work for ness. It really works! Have you given B
want to be in it, I persisted."I .
God a chance to it in your wiaiu6oaItlllgs
know what I'm doing," he him. Sock-Eye wagged a shaggy head."I prove
"What coyote?" questioned Lan- you're right, girlie. It life?
said. "And you've still got to be- guess : ,
lieve in me." der. ain't, the gold that stacks so highin III. Neither Jew nor Greek (Gal. lessedar

He didn't even ,say good-by. He "That fire-eatin' Ericson," Sock- this game. It's the doggoned joy 3:26: 27)._ ,

merely slipped, over the edge of the Eye answered. "He's still snakin' o' diggin' it out. And I may as well This selection from the letter

rock and lost himself in the fire- round this valley tryin' to ease the tell you, straight out, she ain't no which Paul wrote some ten years

weed and balsam fringing the hate out o' his system by puttin' El Dorado. There's a showin' of later to the people of the area in Fortune CorruptsWe

stream that went singing down into lead in folks." color all right. But accordin' t' the which he had now preached revealsthe are corrupted by Jftod for-

the lower- valley. This fact brought a frown to Lan- test pits I put down she's going to same truth, that faith in Christis tune.-Tacitus.

I crouched behind my clumpwillow der's face. run thinner than your ol' pappy primary-and essential-in Chris-

watching for some sign of him.I "Then it was Ericson fired on the i counted on." tian experience.In .

saw him at last, flattened Indian plane two days ago?" Lander plainly resented that de- this early life we recognize I GET THIS
fashion I could see a look of guile creep cision.
in a narrow crevasse as distinctions based nationality
on ,
over the seamed''old face. Then a "You can't appraise a mine by a
'he inched his down into that
way smile widened the brown-stained and scratch or two on the surface," he sex, social position, and many other
hollow of uncertainty. He went
slowly. very slowly relenting old mouth."I said as we made our way up the grounds. While these are overem- I BIBlE fREE C !
phasized by most people, they are
Then, my heart leaped into my reckon them "pot shots came broken mountain slope- slowly step -legitimate and necessary distinc-
mouth. A rifle shot echoed :throughthe from me all right, he slowly ac by step.
tions. in Christ-ah! there the
valley, tearing a hole in the si- knowledged. "I was under the de- Sock-Eye's gaze, as he stoppedand For over 70 years grateful .
lence. And before its echoes died loosion it was Trumbull comin' backt' blinked at the taller man, was differences disappear. We are all users have preferredWintersmith'sTonicfor
one in Him ( 28). This is a lesson
when I had him v.
away it was followed by another trump my ace one of asperity."I .
which we have not learned even yet, Malaria. We want YOU
shot, and still another. already licked. ain't no college dood, he af
"You might have killed I these cricks but our slowness of heart and mind to try Wintersmith's v ,
I saw Lander drop beside a boulder somebody "But panned
therefore offer this
does not alter. God's truth. you I ,
; and I thought, for one frantic ," cried Lander. afore you was a pulin' infant. AndI complete 761-page
moment, that he had gone down The bearlike old eyes lost the last reckon I kin still'sniff out a payin' The church is talking much these Holy Bible. FREE if

with a bullet through his body. ButI of their benevolence. pocket when she's under my nose." days about ecumenicity, which in you'll send us two

could see him edge up over the "There's jus'one snake, I'm aimin' It seemed very futile and foolish. plain words means the unity of the small Wintersmithcarton

crown of that boulder, with his rifle for t' git," Sock-Eye slowly affirmed And I had trouble in finding my foot- people of the various branches of the carton tops top(or). large Just

extended, pointing across a rock- "And! right now he's hidin' and hug- ing along the fan-shaped gravel bed church all over the world. All too mail to Wintersmith

stippled stadium to where a small gin' a rifle somewheres between here that lay in our path. I even stag- often, however, the proposed basisof Chemical Co., Inc..

whiff of smoke was drifting off be- and Cranberry Lake. And if you gered a little. unity rests on surrender or a 650 Hill Street.

tween a sprinkling of hardheads. I don't git him he'll sure git you." "TPhis girl needs rest and ,sleep," partial surrender of what Paul de- Louisville.Kentucky.WinttRSMITH'S.

could see him suddenly bend low and Lander's narrowed eye studied the Lander said as he shifted his rifle clares to be the essential (the sine

run toward the shelter of a larger valley bottom. and reached out an arm to hold .me qua non i if you wish), which is faithin
boulder, where he again guardedly "Why is he here?" I asked, chilledby the Lord Jesus Christ. No other

trained his rifle and fired at some un- the thought of unseen menace all up.I could feel that arm tighten about unity but that which centers in Him,

,,decipherable target. about us."B'cause. my tired body' as we moved- ,on and a personal relationship to Him, I( t
I forgot my trail mate's warningand he's fuller o' venom thana again. is sufficient either for this life or for I

went scrambling over the shelf cage o' copperheads," was Sock- (TO BE CONTINUED) the life to come.




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FRIDAY JUNE 13. 1941

Interest to the 'Glades ,section, was I this legislation by Governor Spess- I
Everglades DrainageContinued vancy District for year beginning,
a. Wednesday, July 2, AD". 1C>,1,
the readjustment of the Everglades I ard L. Holland. "Though we had the 1st day. of November IS 11, and at the office of the South Florida
Drainage District'. bonded indebtedness -: splendid cooperation from almost endIng the 31st day of' October, l< 42t Conservancy' District, in Belle Glade
( From Page One) said budget among other things Florida, and from day to day there-
and the continued appropriation possible source, great was shows the of
the. pi-ovision that accumulated taxesof every so amount debt service tax after as may be necessary for the
of $75,000 annually for Ever- the problem as so many the ob- and the amount of maintenance tax purposes of hearing objections and
past years may be brought up' per acre necessary to be levied upon complaints' ,concerning said
glades Fire work, and the stacles to be overcome that we the lands budget
Control within said
: District for Dated this
of two 6th
to date by the payment day of June, A. D.,
strengthening of laws relating to would have many times met defeat the year 1941 which budget has been 1941. _
years under the new schedule of completed and presented to the said SOUTH
the Everglades National Park had It not been for Le able Board FLORIDA CONSERV. ANC'Y
taxes. There will be no tax sale very and placed on file in the office DISTRICT
"Under the new gasoline tax allocation -II guiding hand of our governor," of the Secretary of the said Districtand By R. Y. PATTERSON, Chairman.
of 1940 Everglades Drainage the same be 'examIned
may J.
laws Hendry County will said Mr.: Beardsley who added that Supervisor
the said
trict taxes. This arrangement will office; that the Board of WoTRlTHOKER. Supervisor'
permit all owners to make' payment again receive substantial credits for he only spoke the reelings of the Supervisors will meet at 10:00 o'clock No. 247-June 13 and June ,2/), 1941.
road the bridge work in the county. entire board in the matter.
of their back taxes and still
"My only regret is that South At the meeting in Miami 'V
months before
have several lee-way
Florida missed its chance to furnishthe nesday the board dismissed A ttorJ.tJohn
.1941 taxes become delinquent in d-I
new 6th congressman by the B. Kennedy and :\
which to pay them.J. '
failure of the legislature to create i Lewis Hall, of Miami, who has f ;/ / i//
E. Beardsley, member of the
the 6th congressional district." of invaluable service to the board
commission, pointed but that this I A'I
arrangement would 'be particularly Upon the request of the News, and the governor In completing I
Mr. Stewart will prepare a more de- negotiations with the interim bank-
beneficial to cattlemen of Glades
tailed account of the various laws, ers, R. F. C. officials and Rorick.
and Hendry County on whose pas-
particularly those that are of spec-
ture lands in the Caloosahatchee
Valley taxes had mounted to a ,Clewiston, Defeats'Belle ial interest to Hendry County. This 1
will begin in the News next
prohibitive figure. By paying two i 1 i
week and will run for several weeks
years at the new low rate, these I Glade 11-4
until the interesting laws
more are
owners can settle all back taxes.:

These compromise taxes may be explained.
Clewiston won another baseball
time before January 15,
paid any
game here Sunday afternoon, de
1942, without penalty. After that Three Selectees To
feating the Belle Glade visitors bya
time interest at the rate of one
score of 11 to 4.
percent per month will be charged.The Leave for BlandingThree
The local boys took the lead in

board is working to set the I the second inning, scoring four runs

reorganization in motion as rapidly when Bob Beardsley hit a triple

V as possible. Th.e bankruptcy was I with' three men on bases and 'then selectees from Hendry
to federal court in Miami County have been given their or-
scored on an error. They continued ,
Thursday by John D. McCall and to score one or two runs in ders to report on June 18th "at ( )11 Il IIII
Millard Pankhurst who assist- Camp Blanding. These are James in ,
are nearly every inning and at the closeof
Congdon and John Perry of Clew- :: LAIR
ing the district's attorney in the the game were 7 runs in the } :
proceedings without additional lead.- iston and Toni Mercer, of LaBelle.

compensation. As soon as a 'The outstanding hitting of the

form of receipt is agreed upon by Bell who J .
the board and acceptable to the had two doubles and one triple to DISTRICT

'clerks- of circuit- courts- and as soon. his credit on four times at bat '

&s pending lawsuits against the Charles Roberts, pitching for Clew- TO Take WHOM notice IT that MAY pursuant CONCERN to:,House )

district are, dismissed by court order, iston, did'not get warmed up until Bill No 1122, passed by the Legisla- \
clerks will be ready to receive after the third inning, but made a ture, of the State of Florida, duringthe
1941 session the Board of Super-
payments of compromise taxes. The good showing after that. The infield visors of the South Florida Conser- Dependable Service

board is hastening proceedings a1l1 i playing .of the local team has vancy District has caused to be pre- '"""
pared budget of the bond require-
a Low Fares
rapidly as possible, realizing that improved greatly since the begin- ments and of the maintenance require-

hundreds of landowners have money ning of the season, and the boys ments of the South Florida Conser-

tied up in escrow for the purpose feel they are in better shape for Travel via Florida Motor Lines MAIN LINE to.all Florida

of clearing taxes on Everglades Sunday, when they journey to Lake
and the North.
Drainage District lands. Worth to meet the toughest opposition -

The sweeping benefits of the refinancing of the season. Northbound ---

scheme is easily seen bya l Batteries in Sunday's game: Lv. CANAL POINT -. 455 AM 1:25 PM
Good FarmLand Ar.TAMPA . I 10:10 AM 655 PM
few comparisons: The tax levy Clewiston, Roberts and Bass; Belle Ar. LAKELAND . 9:10 AM 5:50 PM Costs Less- than Driving

under the 1925 act, which attempted :- I Glade, Bracken and Cowen. Clark I II I Ar. ORLANDO .. 1050 AM 7:45 PM One .Round
Ar. JACKSONVILLE '. 3:15 PM 11:45 PM Way Trip
to solve the drainage financing substituted as'catcher for Clewis- I II Ar. TALLAHASSEE ; 4:45 PM 12:59 AM

problem, was $2,250,000, under I ton during the latter part of the Ar. LAKE CITY . 2:25: PM 1:10 AM JACKSONVILLE MIAMI : $ 4:70 1.65: $ 300 8:50Lv. :

the 1941 act the total tax levy is game, and Smith pitched part of I I CANAL POINT 5:20 PM 11:25 PM TAMPA. 2.80 5.05
$613,000. The total bond debt of the game for Belle Glade. Ar.JACKSONVILLE '. 3:45: AM 9:15 AM LAKELAND 2.35 4.25
has for Rent ORLANDO 2.95 5.3S
more than eight million
been settled at 57 cents on the Legislative Report- HASSEE AND LAKE CITY WITH GREYHOUND LINES LAKE CITY 4.95 a.9S
dollar. Under the composition FOR ALL POINTS NORTH AND WEST. ATLANTA. 8.40 15.15
MACON 7.25 13.0S
bankruptcy proceedings the other .
I Southbound-GoIng VALDOSTA 5.80 10.45
indebtedness of the district will be (Continued from page 1)) ... : ... ,"lv. CANAL POINT 5:20 PM 11:25 PM BIRMINGHAM 9.90 17.85
settled at 26 cents on the dollar. of legislation passed during the Ar. 8:50 PM 2:30 AM NEW ORLEANS 11.65 21.00

The services: of the interim banking session are those effecting the pub- I, ReturnIng CHICAGO 17.90 32.25
.' NEW YORK 15.85 28.55Lv.
group, represented by Mr. Mc lic free schools, the aged, blind, the MIAMI . 10:00 AM 2:00 AM
Call, wIll be compensated by an dependent children. Of particular : :Trespassers Ar. CANAL POINT . 1:25 PM 4:55AM,

which is written into '
agreement 1 DR. H. B. MILLER, Agent MILLER'S DRUG STORE

the RFC committment. The group . . . .. . Will Be
has purchased at 20 cents on the I.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N N. .N*.N.**.N.***.***N*****.*;*.. PHONE 3921 CANAL POINT

_#._.-. dollar an unsecured note of the .. S .:. ProsecutedClewiston
"".- district, given to Arundel Corporation I:;: l Ee :i: cEFp'iban
"=Z- > a .s.t
: many years ago for work done LJM HHT-iil<; 7 r IPt i < Y

-- Jn the district. The note, which 1 I
Is for $1,825,000 plus, interest, will '.
be in the comp'osition
y placed pro- STEAMBOAT .. Jj'eYo1e MartI,
ceedings in bankruptcy, and will be '
This Y.s._. Blasco de ,Garay demonstrated y 2 I
paid at 26 cents on the dollar :
:2: a crude steam craft in the :X: ; I I Ik
,. deal permits the district to pay off And
harbor of Barcelona in 1543 ; Realty
x ; Y.
its 26
note at cents on the dollar,
and gives the interim banking :_: In October 1783, James Rum- :Ij;:

x:: sey successfully demonstrated *:'
group a sum profit which takes DevelopmentCorporation !
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the Potomac
a on ;
the place of commissions, fee:', or
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expenses for the refunding program. ?

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