The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: June 20, 1941
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
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-,-:- /I CITY MAY PURCHASEAND Kiwanis Club Holds, SURVEYS BEING MADE I James Beardsley To ;OFFICIALS. OF A. A.' A.

I II Ii ,Meeting Wednesday Leave for OklahomaJames I I .

Dr. J. W. Ezelle, viceprcsident W. Beardsley, son' ,of Mr. f

PUBLIC UTILITIES of Clewiston Kiwanis Club, was in BY LOCAL ENGINEERS and Mrs. J. E.: Beardsley, who recently MEET HERE FRIDAYThe
charge of the meeting of. the clubWednesd'ay J graduated front the University -

evening at the Clewis I ii .- of Florida. has received ordersto

The Clewiston city'commission is I ton Inn. 'A. '0. Ward, club presi- I Five survey parties from the report for active duty at -Fort
dent, is in Atlanta attending! the Sill,' Oklahoma. Jim received his hearing conducted
making plans to set in motion provisions : Clewiston sub-office of U. S. En '
by officials
of a special bill which, the Kiwanis International_ conventionas gineers are now at work on pre- commission as second lieutenantin lof I| the, \Agricultural of the sugar division
Adjustment, ad
1941 legislature' passed amendingthe I delegate. liminary surveys of proposed, ,airport the' Reserve Officers Training J ministrationwas
city ,charter and 'are awaiting J. E. Beardsley made an ,interesting sites in Florida The local Corps upon his graduation and will,i Clewiston conducted in the

: an atto'rney."s'advice ,on the proper I talk and explanation of- the j office is .handling most of- these report on August 29th at the Field' (shortly afternoon High School auditorium'
',of recent developments in the Everglades Artillery; School at Fort Sill. Lt. today. During
procedure. Under the provisions surveys: in the Florida district, th3 I the
the bill the city may purchase and I Drainage District t refunding work being done under the personal R. J, Bestor, son of Mr. and 1IIr!?.". hearing testimony of independent

operate its own public utilities,. program., The successful refinanc- supervision of A ..R._ Broad-" H. A. Bestor l has- recently completed United cane'States growers, officials of the
ing of the district culminates yearsof his training in the Field ,Artillery Sugar Corporationand
and it is the intention of the commission foot, engineer in charge. -
to carry ,out plans formulated litigation is most important' to The party t'Flagler Beach is School at Ft. Sill and has. ducers Association the Fellsmere Sugar"a group Pro
I several months ago which have agricultural development of the' headed by G.1.. Ford; that at Or- I been transferred to Fort Leonard" of agricultural laborers of
from the
been awaiting legislative sanction. section. lando by H., A. Land; two are at Wood, Missouri i fields '
The commissioners plan to pur-, A. W. Setphens and his assistant' Titusville, one headed by' F. A. A coincidence:. is the fact that, cane was taken.
and the elec- Jack Ballard, who are with the Conducting the hearing were Otis
the water
chase plant Nail
Flanders and one by Walker ; Jim's father, James, E. Beardsley,
U. S. showed Mulliken, Charles M. Nicholson and
trict distribution system which is survey; a and Frank Coth'ern heads a survey
now serving Clewiston and to that series of colored slides ,of scenes party at Vero Beach where construction began his active service in '1917, on John C. Bagwell of the AAA, Washington

end have, been negotiating with the made during their survey work in and lay-out work is underway August20th.. He ,served first Fort Mr.Mulliken first read the

Glades Water Company and the the section ranging from Lake t Sheridan, Illinois and later'was purposes of the hearing given by

Glades Power and Light Company. Istokpoga' to North New River ca-. After the survey work is com- sent to Fort Sill.CLEWISTON'S. the acting secretary of agriculture, -

Mayor F\ Deane Duff, speakingfor pleted, topographic maps are madein as an effort to hear testimony

the commission explained that the Clewiston office for use of I which wouldassist- in determining
: nal.MEETING "a fair and 'reasonable price to be
the commissioners have watched the engineers.The j
with interest the operation of mu- OF FIRE Vero Beach project is tne $200 paid the independent cane growers

nicipally owned utilities in' other farthest advanced of those in the by the processors of sugar cane,

localities, from cities like Jacksonville group above, the Ebersbach Construction GOAL FOR THE U.S.O. I and a fair and reasonable wage to
to small ,towns like Moore CONTROL BOARD i ,Company having begun be paid to agricultural workers In
the cultivation
and harvesting
Haven. They have, found these I actual construction there yesterday I
cities are deriving revenue from ':i morning IS WELL UNDERWAYThe operations.Mr. ,
their utilities which is material help WAS HELD TODAYThe I Contracts have been awarded to Mulligan explained that the

in 'financing the city government. the Marion Construction Companyof I operation, of the present sugar 'act
"What other municipalities Have Ocala for work at Melbourneand task of raising Clewiston's will terminate December 31; 1941,
done, Clewistou" can do" is the new Everglades Fire Control to the Hubbard Construction quota of $200 for the United Serv- but the hearing will include evidence

belief of the commissioners who Board meets this morning for Company of Orlando for work at ice Organization as part of a cam- which may be used as a basis

have completed plans to pay for its organization meeting, withoutH. Fort Myers. paign to provide wholesome suit- for determining the wage scale in,

J the utilities from funds derived I A. Bestor who was ,appointedby Donald L. Hansen who was form- able recreation facilities for the the planting and cultivating and

from the collection of light and water Governor Holland to serve as erly assigned as resident engineer boys in army camps, is well under- harvest operations of next season

bills. Thus the money which is member from Hendry County on during the construction of the St. way, but the goal has not yet been ,against the probility of the act ,being

paid monthly by consumers on light the board. Mr. Bestor declined the I Lucie Lock near Stuart, has been reached. continued force.
'I and water bills will go into the appointment, so the. board will transferred Several I I
to Jacksonville as con- subscription lists, on Testifying first were a group of
fund to pay. for the purchase of continue with C. E. Miner, Clewis- struction supervisor on the, mu- 'which donors :may list, their names i independent' cane. growers, all of

the utilities.If ton, as member until his successor I nicipal ,airport construction. J. B. and amount of their gift, have been I whom last year entered into-a five
the plans go through, the city" I is appointed and qualified. Loftin will replace Hansen duringthe scattered over town in an effortto year contract with the United States

will purchase the utilities with reve- The first meeting is held at the remainder of the work_ at St. make 'it easy' for every individual Sugar Corporation to, sell their'cane

nue bonds and will use only money Belle Glade town hall, accordingto Lucie lock. to make ;contribution.- F. for processing in the Clewiston

from light and water collections to W. M. Stafford, chief fire war- Mr. ,Broadfoot made a week-end (Deane Duff 'was named chairman' sugar: house. These 'men were J.

retire these' bonds. Clewiston has den. The commissioners have full inspection trip to the airport sitesat I for Clewiston; and Art Lawrence E. Beardsley, -Clewis ':,m, J. M.

always been a bond-free community, control of the affairs of the district TitusYille-, Melbourne and Vero I has been made",treasurer., Lists for Couse, Moore -',HavenRalph M.

i and even, though they were anxious and in addition to organizing Beach. ,: (contribution .hav ;been. placed ,in Bishop LakeHarbor' and'F Harley,

to take advantage, of the' benefits' and,selecting, their! :',chairman, may. l I the hands."ofdUrf: JS.wrthceG., H. Watson, AEf&dia., -hey testified
of municipal ownership .the commissioners conduct other business today. I Small; H.,- dTtrtstad"r-.ahd? *-*I'et&.- h\tAh.: .: sasSBf, ied_ "jtvith, their: ,
: were reluctant to issueb'onds' In addition to Hendry County, i Local Bill Provides Chagaris. Realizing that everyone present contract with the' corporation

which the taxpayers would two other counties are without I who would be glad'' to contributehas and that the new contract in
have to pay' through additional tax- newly; appointed City Owned UtilitiesBy Trot been contacted, the 'committee every instance paid them more per

ation. This was overcome by the lands County' members-High-I is requesting that. donations be ton for cane,, and enabled them to

plan which provides that' payment I Venus, has not given to any of the above-named ;make more, money for their cane-
Elbert L. Stewart
of the bondsbe made solely from St. Lucie County, where E. L. One( of the laws, passed )by the, individuals, or ,mailed to them. growing operatins than, ..they had
the netrevenue of the operation Pierce Fort Pierce has not '
yet ac- made under a former contract
The United Service Organizationis
which should be
1941 legislature
electric and water system.It .
.of the cepted. Mr. Pierce plans to attend !
of greatest interest to residents of a composite group of The Following independent growers
is expected, that, the commis- themeeting, but Highlands County Clewiston is a ,local law which .Y.1.. 'C. A., the National Catholic Jay W. :Moran, vicepresidentof
sioners will meet within the next will be represented by the present
I Service the Salvation the United States Sugar Corporation -
I amends the charter of the City of Community ,
few days to adopt the necessary I Imember, T. J. Durrence of Brigh I'
resolutions and to call the special ton. I Clewiston, permitting the city; > to Army, the Y. W. ,C. A., the Jewish I testified, pointing out that
I own and operate its own public i Welfare Board: and the National the contract referred to by the
election of freeholders on the bond Other commission members are: '
I I utilities, and making provision for Traveler's Aid Association., .ThomasA. growers was the same filed with
issue., Dade County, Walter C. Ohlert, I' I I the
regular elections for city commis- Dewey is national chairman of department at the hearing last
Hialeah; Monroe County, ThomasS. sioners.I the campaign raise ten million I August, no changes having been
Dances At Community : 'Caro (reappointed' ), Key West; "dollars for this worthy purpose. I made in it. He stated there are
Martin County; 0., D. Hathaway, made a careful study of the 28 the
independent growersin
Indiantown; Browanl' County, H. provisions of this bill, ,as I did of I Many cities have already gone
Center Very PopularThe Everglades section, who produceda
I the 'their
over top on quota assign-
bill which I introduced or '
M. Foreman, Fort Lauderdale; every total of tons of
I some 83,400
for which I voted. The new- charter ment, and the local committee is
Palm Beach County, James A.
for which the
cane, corporationpaid
Friday night dances at the Ball, Jr., Belle Glade; Collier Coun- is a progressive step for the city confident that Clewiston will do them $280,275.00 oran average -
Community Center are proving very\ ty, Ed Scott, Everglades 'City; of Clewiston. I am' particularly its share before the campaign, price of $3.36 per ,ton. These

popular with the younger set, and Glades County, W. B. Norton, pleased that it provides for the purchase closes July 4th contracts were ,worked out by the

the city officials are quite pleased Lakeport; ; Okeechobee County; ,J. of public utilities with reve- To date the; following' have made I corporation with the growers, and
with the response to their efforts Raifsnider, Okeechobee. nue bonds, which will be payable I contributions: were entered into voluntarily by

to provide a clean, wholesome place I only from revenue derived from United States Sugar Corporation, I all parties and have proven, mu.
of amusement for the community.: Clewiston Loses To those utilities. Clewiston has en- Peter Chagaris, M. W. Big, S. L.'I tually beneficial and agreeable

The American Legion and the joyed the distinction of being one Crochet, W. S. Bowden, C., E. Miner, I I
in Lake Worth 5 To 0 of the few municipalities in Florida O. A. Wage QuestionThe
Kiwanis Club are alternating H. R. Hall, E. P. Shelley, : I I
sponsoring the Friday night dances which had no bonded indebtedness.This Jones, J. M. Stephens, B. A. Bourne. officials then directed the

-25'cents per couple and nicke- Clewiston lost-a baseball gamein bill provides that the city may M. E., Von Mach, C. L. McLendou, hearing to ,the question of wages
issue bonds to buy its pub- paid to the field labor, and Mr.
odeon music. The Legion is spon- Lake Worth Sunday afternoon revenue M. M. Prewitt F. E. Cromleign,
soring during the month of June; when the Lake Worth Ramblers lic utilities but must pay them from R. 'Y. Patterson, 'A., L. Hackett, R, Moran againtook the stand. He

the Kiwanians will take July and won their fifth straight game of the money received from the operationof L. Coker, Jr., George Weaver, W, reviewed the testimony of other
the alternating will continue each season 5-0. The game was a bet- the utilities. There will be no E. Owen C. J. Lovvorn, H. R. hearings briefly and pointed out the

I month. ter game ,than the score indicates, tax money used to pay these bonds. Knight, Carl E. Johnson continually increasing perquisites
at which these bonds ot'housing, welfare, recreation,
No effort is being made to makea The election .
being scoreless, until the sixth H. C. Jones, O. A. Clark, J. B. '
be is in which only medical care and plantation facilities
voted one
profit on these "Friday nights"as inning when the Ramblers scoredon may Alderman, Evelyn Kellems, S. K.
vote. which the corporation is furnishing -
they are intended to emphasizethe Otoo's single, stolen base, and may (Continued on Page 8) j I
fact that the community center Boise's single The second provision of the bill ------.- Its field laborers. He"stated
is open to the public for all recre- In the seventh singles by Flem- which varies from the former city 'that, in order to further assist its

ational and civic .purposes, and to ing and Poiutek, together with three charter is that which provides for Local Firm's Window employees, the corporation hadConU'n11ed

encourage its use by Clewiston I Clewiston errors, enabled the Lake I the city commission to call a special! In Trade Journal ( on Page 4)
Tresidents. Worth team to add four runs. election to be held on September 2,
Vaughn pitched 6 1-3 innings and i at which all qualified electors who Inter-City Tennis

Local Scouts Attend was, relieved by Roberts who com have resided in Clewiston fora A window display of Thompson "
pleted the game. Together they period of six months and who have :Motor Parts was pictured in a nat- Match Rained OutThe

i ,Lake Placid Camp allowed only 7 hits. "'duly registered may vote to elect ional trade journal-Piston Rings
The Lake Worth team Is considered five city commissioners. The two -for June, in a group of window
the hardest opposition in the candidates receiving the highest displays chosen from all sectionsof inter-city tennis match

: / A group of twelve Boy Scoutsof Coast-Glades semi-pro league, and number of votes are elected for the country. scheduled between West Palm t

., I' the Clewiston Troop left Sunday the Clewiston team made a good four year terms, the other three ,The, local firm, which opened in Beach and Clewiston players on
f?:: morning by bus for Lake Placid to showing against it. for two year terms. These elec'tor-s' Clewiston last fall, broke into the the local court was rained out justas
attend the Sunniland Council Boy The return game will be played will be held every two years, and I monthly magazine with an attrac- preparations were made for beginning

Scout Camp. here Sunday afternoon, and should three commissioners will be elected tive display featuring its products. the first set,

Headed by Scoutmaster Charles prove the best home game of the each time-the two receiving the which came to the attention: of a Charles Harris, former eighth

Benson, the group 'included Bobby season.A highest number of votes will serve traveling representative of the ranking tennis player of the U. S.,.
',: Broadfoot, Sherwood Hall, Gene four years and the third will serve American Habbered Piston Rings C. B. Savage Jack Olhaber, former -
Doke, Junior, Jack and Oliver Mar- familiar figure will 'return To two years. This method of elec- manufacturers. Under the cap- West Palm Beach city champion

tinez, Bruce Beardsley, Billy Pre- public life this week as John Alsop- tions which 'gives some hold-over tion "Florida" Is the picture of Mr, and George Slaton, member of the
witt, Gene Mills, Sammy Young,, again takes office ,of Mayor of -the commissioners has proven the most Thompson's window, and the word- tennis team of StetsQn University
; Sonny Vaughn, and Frank Conkling. Gateway C\ty. Alsop served as efficient in city government and I ing "Here Is aRT A window display were the visitors who came out
ri The boys made the trip in the mayor of Jacksonville 14 years and believe it will operate most satis- in a town of 1500 at Thompson for play. "

'::,' old chool bus, driven by Mr. Ben- was defeated for 'reelection last factorily in Clewiston. Motor Parts, Clewiston. As Local ,players are hopeful that
J :-;=:- son. They expect to return this term but won'' out in the recent Next week, I shall 'discuss other wide-awake as any jobber you will I the match can scheduled at alater
r'r Y week-end. election and takes office June 20. legislation. '-_., I find anywhere." "- date. \ ,_'. ,'IX41



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,4. Hawaii-Our Pacific 'Gibraltar' Vii' i IJ

Long famous for its pineapple, Hawaii has a new_ claim to fame now, dh/

for.it is the base of the largest, best equipped and best trained fighting //////l/ir /

prr w bN forces under the American flag. These pictures take you to our island Obliging Her

Ei R, BE I EN I fortress. r .w strvr "Last night George annoyed me

and I told him I never wanted to
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Washington, D. C. 7 ; Portrait of a Man' see his face again."

GASLESS SUNDAYS v"" f Jr1>> Pecking at a, PortableThe "What did he: say' to that?"

It begins to look as if gasless Sun- 1 N. J. government's dispossessing "Nothing" ; he just turned out the

days might not be so necessary aft- \ j of the GermanAmericanBund light.

er all-if certain bare-knuckle reforms : (from the state) sent the blood

in the oil industry are put racing through my veins Whata Open for Bids -

through by new National Oil Ad- victory for all of us who have Having an unusually heavy crop of

ministrator Ickes. For instance, the I : been taking their insolence all these hair because he had been on a country

tanker system. ; :" ',. :..5 :::.: .:: years! .. Why the N. Y. press visit and hadn't bothered to get a ,haircut '
When an oil tanker comes from '. ,' doesn't campaign for similar actionI a man went immediately to his

the Gulf of Mexico up the East wish I knew .' I'd enjoy print- barber when"he returned to town.
coast it at Charleston to "Haircut? asked the barber. f
may stop ing his cap and car numbers-if I "
discharge part of its oil, then at didn't think his employers would dropped"Not now in loran, said the man." "I just
Norfolk, then at Baltimore. It discharges scold him for being human Any-
a certain amount at each .< he his
way, stopped Broadway trol- SAW IT COMING
port where its company distributesor ley the other afternoon to unload

refines' oil. some passengers and saw a blind

Simultaneously, a tanker belong- 4 man on the other'' corner He 1I [I J/I/
ing to another company will stop off left his trolley-and escorted the i f1
at exactly the same ports. Thus
blind one by the wing to the other '
the tankers of three or even four different side of the congested street I

companies may be feeding'' Then 'he dang-danged his bell and

the same cities at the same time.If went one -

on the other hand, one company -
For the life of me I cannot figureout
served one section of the coun-
,why "Amapola" is so popular.It \
delivered oil -
try, or if one tanker jSisDid
has the corniest 'tune of them all
to all the companies in each port A lonely sentry, walking his post at IFaikiki Beach, Honolulu. And when "Intermezzo" is "'}1'
instead of only to its own, distribution -
would be measurably speeded.Also p0T:;;.: '..,:. >'. 1 The army mule is not yet obsolete. Mules can played a la Beguine" I feel like yell- you tell Mr. Smythe
different : terrain that would stall machines. He never'Ct.C ing: "Stopl! Why do they would be for II 1
there are four typesof F f 'N'iij %1\\! navigate engaged a half hour
high octane gasoline being re- ;f W:: out of gas, either always try to improve on master- Tommy-No I told him you'd be
r; '
pieces, anyhow? The Commodity
fined in the United States. All these : :. __. ,.___ ,_ engaged in a half hour.
Research Bureau's 1941 Year
varieties are not particularly neces-
_ sary, one type being sufficient dur- };d arr.ra .vrSS wi 5 k%j "4v r rb'ti Book shows that the President's Old Model

ing the emergency. Concentrationon Emergency Proclamation means in- Father (to .,four-year-old-Why,

only one type of high octane creasingly strict rationing of' vital what are you crying for, son?

gas also would considerably increase war materials. We're getting'invisible Junior-Well, you said you and;,

gasoline output and distribution. ration cards now My idea mommie was going to get a .new

There is plenty of oil in the of a delicacy is the peppery red cab- baby, and I's 'fraid you will .trade''

U. S. A.; it is only a matter of bage at Moore's.When me in on it.Put.

refining and distribution.. I

Note The anti-trust laws have 4$s Yt r;:i "6B?!<'?f;! wsF a% $%r I read that the authoritiessay Fear in Him
e $&
prevented the oil companies from fc '* & $ (%M Lvs"" ,--x! "no sabotage' as in that huge "Have you caught the burglaryet
"Ix *%&*&&$$?- $ Jersey fire I wonder-do the ?" '
cutting competition of this kind, but *' en-
m& '
the government oil administrator Miitu6U< A. awM
should be able to do what the oil An army tank racing ville they brag: "That was our an- ble, confidentially, "but I've got

companies can't.But'LaGuardia! e e 9 through Honolulu streets swer to the closing of Camp Nord- him so scared that he doesn't dare

who made his own during war games in which land" If the fire is due to show himself when I'm about."

terms when he took-his defense post, 25,000 men took part. negligence, insurance companiesdo
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is still in charge of national morale. r not have to pay off. But if it is
; sabotage, they have to pay immedi- A' Dust with cooling Mexican I
'i ately .- Mr. G.-Man Hoover told B E Ii'J .Heat Powder. Dust in shoes.
I'r'f'"i7i eases chafe and
me that the stories about the fire
Most people don't realize it, but ji I H EAT sunburn.Great for heat rash.
were inaccurate at first. That in- '
Get Mexican Heat
the contents of almost every ship ,., .' ., -
stead of the damage being 25 mil-
leaving the United States for Eng- 'l I
lions, it was only two '. That
land is known to Nazi
Germany. there wasn't a thing there of a defense Poetry a Demi-God I
However, learning just when the The basis of is
: nature-or, for Britain-and poetry language, .
shipment will reach England and which is material side.It I
that no sabotage had been detect.ed only on one
the route it will take is another
matter. In short, colyumists are is a demigod.Emerson."MUDDLEAGE".
not alone when it comes to getting
Getting information regarding the steers-even edi-
depar re-'of :s,11pply'ships; : to Eng- ... wrong newspaper
fall hard for them and
'" tors now
land is relatively simple. All Nazi _Jl ti li! !E: : ".,'Aw% tmwwaaee ; like .
then ordinary people
agents have to .do is go down to the A" >___..no-: .._, ._ ..,i. ...m.,....,.L. :xNm k-.a-."a waovwo b dswwiGi+:eS L we
I know I know. I'm not a journalist -
waterfront to. watch the loading of To !Whom It May Concern:' ., I'm merely a jeernalist. WOMEN [ 3852yrs..old: ]
British ships The type of goods
A loose H\-\ Tch tch tch.,
being loaded cannot be readily con: big railway gun cuts HEED THIS ADVICE !
cealed.Or with a roar at a target towed

if an American vessel is load- many miles at sea. \ The story of the week most un- Thousands are helped to of go women smll1ngtbrudistresspecul- i,

ing for the Red Sea, the papers likely to be confirmed: Japanese iar to women caused- !
signed by the crew must disclose the 1:..' I propagandists in the U. S. have just tIt by this period In life- '

port of destination. This is requiredby ': ,released the following flash: That with ham's Lydia Vegetable E. Pink-Com'poundfamous '

law, so that a seaman may know ."the Chinese invaded California in for I

where he is going, and because extra 500 A. D." Something to worry -over 60 years.especially Pinkham's for women Compoundmade -has !

insurance and sometimes extra r r about, huh? It must be won- helped thousands to relieve such {
wages are paid if the ship enters / derful to be an out-of-towner and weak functional nervous disturbance.feelings due Try to Itl this

certain areas. ) f v dAr visit the Big Street' for the first

Once a British ship is loaded, how- \; time and see those lights It 1

ever, the utmost secrecy is imposedon seems wonderful to me, ''who has
its route and time of departure. lived among them so long-and I 'No Need of Whip I

Usually the, ship hugs the shore as ;get a belt, too, out of watching Flattery is the bridle and sad-
dle with which drive the
: you may
far north as the Canadian port of ;watchers watch them.

Halifax. There-it may wait for daysor vain man.

even two or three weeks for a ,,
.: I see news here and there and i
to be
convoy made up. ,Hfr ... H ........... hear it, too, that Washington, D. C., fft' KILL ALL FLIES
When it r -ri
finally leaves for the
haz- ..".., |is getting so crowded with people Placed anywhere. Daisy Fly
ardous Killer attracts and Mils flics. (
voyage across the Atlantic, ,.1 hat it has become the nation's boom O Guaranteed, effective. Neat.
orders are given to the ship's mas- oap 1 I convenient-Cannot spillW'Olnotsolloriniureanything.- I
(town. And that'Broadway showmen. 5- 1 .
ter by hand. Nothing is trusted to v 1 lasts all reason. 20o at nil
and others are seriously thinking !
radio. A small boat 15SODeEalbAva.B'kiyn.NX.It ,
puts out from
opening night clubs there to cash in
the commander of'the ,
convoy, car- quickly But they would be the :i5iaf? KILLER I
rying sealed orders to the
master of
each vessel. :suckers if they did Apparentlythey
do not know that Washington is

No other orders are given, and no Still an early town,and that on Satur- Dealing With Faults

radio messages are exchanged dur- day night the bars must close by Bad men excuse their faults;

ing the trip except in case of at- r t midnight It is not a place good men will leave them.

tack, because radio, messages might where they stay up late-since near-

- be picked up by Nazi patrol planes. '{ %tf?'''yY.ri ly all of them must be up early

Note-American ships, on the oth- with the other worms The

er hand, follow a regular, well-ad < :, numerous parties given by the elite GOOD AT 1'.
vertised course and constantly send ri and officials ,there-almost nightly- ORUOJlOltS

out radio messages' informing the E:,..'h'it' :L.;,y: l{ consume all the best customers, any uaoteomE ""
world:of their position. mees ;xf. L way-and that's on-the-cuff. s'
U. S. army bombing and fighting planes on the Tarmac at Hickam YuWMstso :4 '

MERR Y-GO-ROUND Field, Honolulu.A Notes of ..anInnocent I
Supporting the plan of Chief of awusaa 60ff

Staff Marshall to lower the age of Bystander
1 irutgs l ssedReheQa
army commanders, war department Broadway Alien: The orchids go
officials quote the late Justice Oli to the editorialist on the N. Y. Times I

ver Wendell Holmes, who fought in for this: "The Dionne quintupletsare
the Civil war. To' Lady Pollock, ; seven years old. In many respects -
during the Spanish-American war it is a woman's most delightful -

he wrote: "A general of 45 and a age. At seven she sits on a

private of 30 are old men." .,''?!$} SiM1/F, } man's knee without hesitation, affected SPECIAL I!

The commerce department has f.J ::-ir ras.Yk, rbSy.ab or genuine, and without put- I
set ting the knee to sleep. Unlike the
up a separate British empire
unit headed older women of the household, she
by Walton Butter- I
worth, former state department offi- enjoys listening to him. In fact, she I I

cial in London. His job is to estab: encourages him to talk, and she be-

lish closer commercial ties with jUeves any story he tells her. Her you see the specials of i
what became of his
British dominions' and colonies. H. curiosity over merchants announced
loss is unquestionably, sincere. While I
After Gen. Allen Gullion, the unduly interested, perhaps, in the in the columns of this paper I

army's efficient judge advocate state of his exchequer and never too you can depend on them. They I

general, appeared in the comic strip proud to accept pecuniary aid, she mean bargains for you.

. "Hap Hopper," he received a let- is no golddigger'whose gratitude is offered merchants
ter from old O They are by I
an boyhood chum
say- measured by the amount of the con
ing: "I have been who are not afraid to announce
wondering where
tribution. For as little as two
the .I j
for 40 their prices or quality
you were and
years, now at
cents she will bear-hug his spec- :
last I've located you through the searchlight barrage from the U. S. fleet at Pearl Harbor, our most per tacles all out of shape, and he feels of the merchandise they offer. I 1

funny papers." powerful naval base in the Pacific, lights Honolulu's tropical skies sure she means it." I


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I ASK MEANOTHER A Quiz With Answers p

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7: .. on Various Subjects". \

A The Questions 6. What is meant by opera

ChaU4C4Sp"i 10 bouffe? j '
By VIRGINIA VALE 1. Who was the first Presidentof --

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Ida Lupino and Louis under the American flag?
WHEN 2. In olden times, what. did a
(Mr. and Mrs.) 1, Martin Van Buren. (Decem-
x'it ballista do dance hurl
missiles or ber 5, 1782).
found that they were to be co- row boats? 2. Hurl missiles.

ti I starred in Columbia's "Ladiesin 3. How many rivers in Europeare 3.. More than 40, the most important -

Retirement" they gave three named Aa? ones being in France, .

rousing cheers; they thoughtthat 4. The king of what country Switzerland, Germany, Latvia and
commanded an army in the field Russia.

they'd be answering work during the World 'war? 4. Belgium (Albert Ir.)
So-the first
LA1IjJfrk calls together. 5. What century usually is called 5. The Fourteenth century.

- week, they actually had one day the beginning of the Renaissance? 6. Comic opera.

: together on the set.: The second, she

worked every day and he didn't
: ,
work at all. Not un-

t : til, the third were Motif for Chair Set I
r jS they in line for Waterlily

i simultaneous calls.

S \ ; ." : saqw4. vw%* And they're cast as
a bitter enemies! Matching sets for divan and chairs may
"We saw more of be made from transfer Z9333 15 cents,
since it is one of the new improved hot
A F .i each other when'we iron transfers which will stamp more than
T were working in once. This could also be used for 'an attractive
;: studios that were buffet set. Send your order to:'

miles apart than we
do now!" wailed w
Mrs. Hayward.Ida .
166-W Kansas City, Mo.
Incidentally, this
Lupino Enclose 15 cents for each pattern

looks like a good desired. Pattern No...............
: i it's made from a stage hit,
f : picture; Name ...............................
Charles Vidor is directing, and the
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cast includes three top-notch ac

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EVERYTHING FOR HER NEW KITCHENSee Barrett and Isobel Elsom.So .

( Recipes Below) f--

many people wanted to know ENRICH a protective chair set 1st St.Joseph

REALLY PRACTICAL! how the Walt Disney pictures are this graceful waterlilymoth CHOICEOKS 1. .
SO YOU'RE TO BE MARRIED! made that he practically forcedto I
was The leaves and stems are W I" '
Whether the bride-to-be is bound make his new full-length RKO to be appliqued in green; pastel

for a six-room "dream house" or The date is all set, invitations release, "The Reluctant Dragon." blooms and a basket of brown. are
for a one-room kitchenette apart- mailed, your dress, white and In it he uses both live actors and embroidered. Bed of Its Making:

ment, you can't go wrong if you give simply beautiful, is hanging in his usual, brand, and we'll actuallysee Jealousy spreads the bed with

her a kitchen) shower one that's the closet well, then the rest how the characters and pro- stinging nettles and then lies downto

practical, of course! is easy. But, in case you're: per- duction are created. Cruel ConquerorThe sleep.A .
plexed about the afterceremony ",
And; knowing that some of you ----.
is much
are.,anxious'for new, clever, unusual refreshments, whether they be conqueror so
O'Driscoll is .in demand
Martha great pleased by entering into open FOR QUICK REUEP
in the form of a breakfast,
ways to entertain, I'm ready with gar- -
the Paramount lot. As
on his He
gates as by forcing way.
plans for a kitchen shower that's den reception or dinner, please
soon as she com- desires 'not the fields to be culti-
read week's column.
different! next Lynn
really will tell how to entertain pleted her work in vated by the patient husbandman;
you Sootjiing S A L V E
In Chicago's huge MerchandiseMart correctly "Henry Aldrich for he would have them laid waste by ANTISEPTIC '
wedding guests ,
where buyers from all over your President" she reported sword and fire.It would be his
yet inexpensively Watch for Used by thousands with satisfactory results
the country cometo for CecilB. for 40 years-six effective ingredi
shame to by a already
kitch- "After The 'I Do's' go way ents. Get Carboil at drug stores or mail
purchase DeMille's "Reap'the opened.-Lucan. SOc to Spurlock-Neal Co.,Nashville,Tenn.
enware I found a Wild Wind," and

s J % variety of inex- pact, serviceable bun warmer, learned that she'd

pensive, yet dura- which may be the hostess' gift. ,Des have to have her Get this t1BL; FREE'

ble gadgets which sert is Peach 'Upside Down Cake, blonde hair dark-

janyone about to served from a square cake pan. ened several shades. For over 70 years, grateful users have preferred Wintersmith's

be married would; Cardinal Salad. all for the sake of Tonic for Malaria. We want YOU to try Wintersmith's-therefore +

( i love. 1 package lemon gelatin. Technicolor. The offer you this complete 761-page Holy Bible,FREE, if you'll send + -
To make the party practically all 1 cup' boiling "water cast for this picture .,-Just
Martha us 2 small Wintersmith carton tops tor-1 large carton top) -
play and work for the hostess l'
no % beet juice
decided cup is an impressive O'Driscoll mail to Wintersmith Chemical Co.,inc..650 Hill St.,Louisville,Ky.
to place the the table
gifts on 3 tablespoons vinegar one -Paulette God- -

(see picture tit: top of column). 1 cup cooked beets, diced dard, Ray Milland, Raymond Mas- If T

When, luncheon is over, everythingis Vz teaspoon salt sey, Susan Hayward, Walter Hamp-

hers! 2 teaspoons onion juice or grated den, Janet Beecher, Spring Byington -
The tablecloth is of a fancy new- onion
Robert Preston, Elizabeth Ris-
type oilcloth, and the place mats 1 tablespoon horseradish don. '

and napkins are none other than dish '% cup celery, diced --7",

cloths. Dissolve in water
gelatin boiling ,
A stairway plays an importantpart
An angel food cake pan serves as add beet juice, vinegar, salt and sea- in the new Ronald Colman picture ,Wine and Anger and it leads us wrong ; the

the base for a "gadget bouquet" cen- sonings. Chill until slightly thick- "My Life With Caroline," so Wine is like anger, for it makes I strength is quickly lost; we I feel

I terpiece of measuring spoons and ened. Fold in vegetables and mold. RKO commissioned Nicolai Remisoff -. us strong, blind and impatient, the error long.-Crabb.

cup, carving set, sugar scoop, Peach Upside Down Cake. to build it. It's called "free

funnel, spatulas, pancake turner, DA cups sifted cake flour standing," because it is entirely free
, strainer, tea ball, grater and other
1% teaspoons double-acting baking of support by columns or walls-

; vital kitchen helpers. powder it's suspended from steel beams in !

! The plates are pie tins. The flat- A teaspoon salt the middle of a huge drawing room tHE tHING

;, ware is a very inexpensive kind with 3A cup granulated sugar set. And the treads are covered tHE SMOKE'S

gaily-colored plastic handles. And 4 tablespoons softened butter or with white, Chinese angora .fur.

note the spice jars to the right other shortening Cost, approximately $5,000, in case

which, because they're to be gifts 1 egg well beaten you'd like to duplicate it. Lewis

hold salt and pepper while doing % cup milk Milestone directed, with due appre-

table duty. They're from the Grif- 1 teaspoon vanilla ciation for the staircase.

fith laboratories. Sift flour once, measure, add bak-

. The first course of the luncheon is ing powder, salt and sugar, and sift Remember Charles ("Buddy") yOU BET

i a tart Cardinal Salad, set on the together three times. Add butter. S
movie hero <
Rogers, who was a years I SMOKE CAMELS.
table right in its aluminum ring Combine egg, milk and vanilla., Add \
ago, and married 'Mary Pickford,
mold. A tasty Beef Stew in a 'casserole to flour mixture, stirring until all and abandoned the pictures for THEY'RE EASY ON
follows. Iced tea is poured flour is dampened; them beat vig-
band-leading? He plays the roman- .
from tall aluminum into orously for 1 minute. :4.
a pitcher "Mexican { MY THROAT
tic male lead in Spitfire'sBaby
matching "glasses." And rolls, all 4 tablespoons buttercup "
starring Lupe and
buttered, are served ,from a com- Vz brown sugar, firmly
packed Leon Errol. ---"., 1dc\b; : EXTRA MIlA
2 cups sliced peaches (fresh or
LYNN SAYS: canned) The new March of Time film, '
"China Fights Back," depicts the AND THE FlAVOR
There'll be lots to talk about at Melt 4 tablespoons butter in an 8 '
struggle of the Chinese people to
pre- :
your party, and conversation, by 8 by 2-inch pan over low flame; serve their national independenceand IS SWEll.

plus opening of shower presents, add brown sugar, (Vi teaspoon nut- democratic way of life. It also

" may well fill up the allotted party meg may be mixed with brown sug- shows how, under the leadershipof
ar, if desired), and stir until melt
time, but just in case here'sa Chiang Kai-shek, China has replaced -
clever game that suits a bridal ed. On this, arrange peach slices. her destroyed industries with

shower to a "T." Turn batter over contents of pan. thousands of small factories in the \\v GOLF CHAMPION
Bake in moderate (350 ssrij
To each guest pass a slip of mountainous interior. '
paper titled "Things Found in the .) 50 minutes, or until done. Loosen ---. / BEN HOGAN
I cake from sides of with
Bride's Home. 'Neath the title pan spat-
ula. Serve'upside down with peacheson Veronica Lake, who skyrocketedmovie
are these words (1) en gar, (2)
top. Garnish with fame in "I Wanted Wings,
'I gothorphrpa, (3) elmiunol, (4) whipped
.. fubfet, (5) hicra, (6) rifhifcoen, cream, if desired. turned slapstick comedienne in

I (7) pavndorte, (8) blaet, (9) nur- Canned pineapple rings, cooked Preston" Sturges' "Sullavan's Trav- CAMELS CONtAINS
els. The called for her to
caef, (10) pardyer, (11) kccol, and apricots or prunes, or sliced tart apples SLOWER.BURNING
shove Joel McCrea into a swimmingpool OF
(12) pocarbud.Ask may be substituted for peachesin THE SMOKE.
each to this recipe. then be yanked in by one leg a.
person rearrange
i the letters in each of these 12 Going back to entertaining the by McCrea, and swing at his jaw 0 LESS N1COII'
till he ducked her in self defense.
i words to make them spell an bride-to-be, had you ever considereda
hair, 0
Her blonde of
'I was a mess
I article of furniture that would be
Recipe Shower
. I... stringy locks, and her silken evening largest-
likely to appear in the bride'snew ? A new; idea other
home. gown was another mess, when she of the
-i comes to mind But chance work ina than the average than-any
emerged. a to less
The answers are (1) range, (2) why not
photograph, (3) linoleum, (4) buf- serve a luncheon Sturges picture",."is worth, it. selling cigarettes ;
--- --
fet, (5)) chair, (6)) chiffonier, (7) ,. -. at which every them-accord g ,
davenport, (8) table, (9)) furnace, 441 dish, from the appetizer The Mutual chain's news analyst, thesmokeitselt
(11) clock and ".., Raymond 'Gram Swing, has a new cientifictestsof
(10) drapery, :: 4: to the cof s ; ,
contract which will keep him on the OFIMFZ
(12) cupboard.To c
;; fee, is prepared
# and
air Mondays Fridays for an-
make the more inter-
game a
\\1 some other for the ,same .
year sponsor.At
esting, you might set a definite favorite and test- '
the annual luncheon of the Wom-
time limit. Collecting all papers ed recipe of one of the guests. Have
after, perhaps, five minutes. Lol- each recipe written on the back of an's National Radio committee he THE CIGARETTE OF :: >:

lipops or some similar original, a place card, collect these, put them was acclaimed "the commentate CAMEL
best serving the interests of deroooracy. TOBACCOS
inexpensive gift may be awardedas into a file box (gift of the hostess) ." COSTLIER
first prize. and present them to the bride-to-be.

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___ FRIDAY, JUNE 20. '1911, -
The Clewiston News I( help with sewing and knitting. won, a 'fost ria candy jar as cut spiritual refreshing durin g'a, long, If the
I 1 corporation planned to
and revise
j They've bundles and bundles prize. 'week between ,Sundays. Each '
Wednesday its
'! bundles of cloth coming in soon for I A cool, tropical salad with crackers ;! evening at 8 p. m., you 'are wage that scale it had, and Mr. Moran replied -

it I'udliseevery Friday In Clewl ;ton, dresses and layettes, and pounds ; cheese and iced tea was serv-':: cordially invited to attend the Mr. Bagwell no such plan made.

Florida by the CLEWISTON NEWS I and pounds of wool for sox, sweaters ed by Mrs. Bishop to (1Mrs. Elbert i 'prayer'services. A blessing awaits. adding that repeated his question
Tnc. mufflers.. If you can sew 'wages' were higher
and Stewart, Mrs. M. M. Prewltt, Mrs. all who attend., ,
and will give a- bit of, spare time,- and that sugar: price would be
!W.. 'C.. Prewitt, Mrs. 'Otto Larsen, Young People's Choir practice higher. Mr.
KEAIIILKV' nn\" n;X, n ll tor or make a bit of spare time to giveto Mrs., William H. 'Lanier, 'Mrs. C. J. j will beheld 'at the church at 7:30"( he could Moran replied that
i will be done I predict sugar
the Red Cross, it prices
Lovvorn, Mrs. G. Rackstraw, p. m., on, Monday. All the mem- or profits for
lntereJ as second ,class mail matterFl'brual' In a most worthy cause. Watch for I!\frs. R. C. Wilson,' Mrs. N., V. S. 1 bet of the Young ,People's, class that the season. He said
1, 1927!) at the Test Office In the Red Cross flag flying at the Mumford, Mrs. W. E.: Bolton, 'Mrs. of Sunday School are requested'to found this year had
Clevvtston,Florida under .the Act of Community Center.: That will be an increased cost in main-
Duff .
March 3, 1897 'C. Owen Mrs. F, Deane be present. ": taining. the
the sign that. there's: work. waiting perquisites which it
and. Mrs. J. E. Beardsley. '
!I are not attending I provides its Jabor,
there for volunteers. : :. any but that it had
I --
Subscription! Haile :.oo I'cr Year.AcHcrlKins' --- day School or church service In maintained and even Improved
j IOOnI- town we cordially: invite y&uto these. He added that the
(; Runes' On Application. 1 :Hall-Buyers AT MISCELLANEOUS SHOWER corporation -
: 'I worship wit}i us on Sunday You had experienced no difficulty

1 will receive cordial welcome 'an l in obtaining! and 1 keeping: plenty of
Devoted to the advancement and welfare ,- Miss Mary Moore, whose mar: "We will do/ Thee Good." We labor during the
1 season
just closed
of Clewiston ana Ilcndry County.IO Ernest W. Hall former high riage to T. E. Markette will take ,i anxious
: and
j and to do our pait in our that he believed these laborers
school instructor .in, Clewiston, place June 29th, was, complimentedwith -
.. lui- national defense 'of our country.Go received more while in the
present principal of I
a surprise miscellaneous_ shower !, to church somewhere of the corporatIon'
i I mokalee Junior High School anJJrus i' Sunday. than they received -
.P ? EA.r11. : S'fr'i ::- given Wednesday evening at the : --- ....,. before
', < FlOrJQ.PllE..':- ;\, \.'\ '\1l! .: ''",}. O'a Ruth .Buyers cf Sao Paulo, I home of' Mr. and' Mrs. E. W. Durst., ---- -- they .came'here.F .

? K\TllWAI.[ E DTWAI( :\:\'WJ: i II.\ 'Brazil, and Wilmore, 'Kentucky, Miss Mildred Durst and Miss Bea- Officials ofContinued' W. Hyser, representing the

1941ANT were married in Wilmore Saturday, I trice' Jacobs were hostesses.. \ Fellsmere Sugar Producers Association -

: June 7. The ceremony was' performed I took the stand to explain the
The bride-elect was the recipient ( from Pag. 1) labor
/ and
in the chapel at' Asbury wage situation with the
BONDS TODAY? of many lovely gifts which were II i
voluntarily chosen,
to come under sugar
College by: Rev. J. .Kenyon. dean I growers he represents.: Their
presented to her heaped in the
I an provision of the' Florida Unemployment
-' organization
of field
of the college. "I operations: differs
Saturday night you'll : begin open umbrella. I Compensation act, which from the
:, U. S., Sugar
late I Corporation
Mr. Hall is the of the -
hear .a new Irving Berlin song over son The hostesses served frosted ginger exempts agricultural employees.Mr. ,I !in that they for
F. Watts Hall and :Mrs. Alice B. I pay cutting
the air: ASCAP or no ASCAP, for ale and cookies to Miss Mary Moran cane by the
stated : 2.00
that the average : row,
per, for
Here Hall. He received his, A. B. degree : row
this is a patriotic from Asbury College in 1930, and i iI i Moore, Mrs. John JKettl, Miss daily cash earning of the field : burned cane and $2.50 per row for.I

are the words. the following term'taught in the Mary Markette, lIiss'Hortens Collins laborer for the season was $2.26, i I green cane, the row production

"Any bonds today? I Clewiston High School. He is now 11iss.Phoebe. Peterson, Miss and that some men had been paid I varying from '3 to 6 tons per row.
that's what I'm Elizabeth Huffaker, Miss. Margery as high 'as 300. {He stated that '
Bonds of freedom principal of the Immokalee Junior He explained the | the association

selling High School.. His bride is a daugh-l Spoolstra, Miss Lois Prince, Miss I operation of the "employees 'participation '([,, plans no change .in rate..' "' 1

bonds today? Lee Pridgen, Mrs. Curtis Thompson plan," under
Any ter of Rev. Paul E. Buyers, which the R. Y. Creech, .vegetable farmer

Scrape up the most you can odist Missionary to Braz'n, who is Miss Christine Bell, Miss [ company distributed what the' men from Belle Glade, asked to testify
freedom I Evelyn Hare,' Miss Jessie Malloy, call
I "bonus
Here the, man money" the -
comes now dean of the Seminary at Sao i during summer as., a vegetable grower, 'explaining
Asking you to buy a share. of free- Paulo. She received her education J(I Mrs. Aire Kingsbury, Miss Shirley f The corporation sets asidea that the rates which the sugar

dom today I Hunter and Mrs. W. L. Brown,_ fund, the amount of which is de- '
in the states, and is a graduate ; operations pay to 'field labor af-

Any Stamps' today? of Asbury College, later' receivingher Jr'j termined by the production 'records fects the 'rate which the truck

We'll be blessed' if we :all invest Masters, degree from Scarritt FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH of the season and the priceof I farmers, must pay: for 'their' field

In the U. S. A. University Nashville.. I' I sugar on the market. The, (labor. He stated that during a
Here comes the freedom manCan't Vacation Bible School ContinuesThe amount each man receives is determined ,
After a honeymoon in North ( : [I growing and. harvesting_ season: of
Vacation Bible School
make tomorrow's plan Carolina the couple will'reside in'' Daily : by the length of his em- about '5 months he ,employs an average -

Not unless you buy a share of sponsored by the First Baptist ployment with the corporatipn and ; 'of 200 workers daily. The labor -

freedom today." __ I Immokalee. ,.Church continues for the next; week.: the am'ount.he. earned during. the situation among vegetable

A large number of the boys 'and harvest.In .
groweis. is an acute one; he says,
KeenGollnickMiss girls of the community' are in at-
discussing the labor operations as he testified that less than. 60

.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:,.:..:..:.,:..:..:..: tendance at the school. On next it was brpught out that the 'corporation days ago workers: refused to work:
Friday evening at 8 m., there'will
p. I
Anne Robertson, Gollnick, be a commencement exercisesat employs approximatelyone {for $3.00 per day field wages. He
) hundred women at some, time stated that the camps which the
S RAMBLINGS daughter of Mr* and Mrs. L. S. the First Baptist Church at which
during the season. Explaining this, government had constructed for
Gollnick of Vero Beach, and Joel time a demonstration of the work
By B. B. Mr. Moran stated that the women migratory workers were .occupiedby
Preston Keen, son of Mr and Mrs. done during the school will be
were employed because they. wanted families who live there the ,year
... given, also a display of the hand-
.:":..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: ..:..:..:,,..: j work which the youngsters have the work. Their work is confined round, and that many of these refuse -
to light weeding, and comes during to work for reasonable wages.y .
I led in the Baptist parsonage at made themselves. A cordial invi-
the cultivating season for earl These factors he said if
Well, we put up the garden hose j Vero Beach by Rev. T. O. Baldwin tation is' .extended to all to attend coupled
cane, while the men are still em-. with a raise in sugar labor wages
this week and got out the um Ion Sunday, June 8th. these exercises and encourage these
ployed in cane harvest at which would destroy the vegetable growers -
brella.: We've been praying ,for I The bride was attended by Miss boys and girls in their work. There
more money can be made than at industry in the Everglades. He,
rain, and at, last we have it. We Christine Kummer of Winter Park will be a free will offering taken
I weeding. The women' receive the stated that he pays $1.50 to $2.00
had some dark clouds last week, a and John Butler of Fort 'Myers attended at this time to help in the expensesof
I same wages as men for the same per day to year round workers, ,
few sprinkles the first of the week, the groom. the 'school..

and then yesterday a real shower The brid'e'wore' a'white afternoon The circles of the W. M. S. will work., It was brought out that the viding furnishing needed them medical a house care.and ,pro-

that left water.was on the ground fora dress with a shoulder corsage of meet on Tuesday ,of n'ext week. All daily average wage of the canecutter A large group of laborers from
while. It to look at,
too. When weather scheduleis white carnation!:? 'Her 'attendant's members are urged" ,. to; attend' these this season was $2.26, or 15 the several plantation villages,
dress was pink and her flowers meetings. cents more than the average daily: Townsite, Miami '; Locks, Azucar,
set for rain, and rain don'tcome '
pink ros buds. The bride's mother GET THE PRAYER MEETING wage last season. This .is on a South Bay, Pelican Lake ,and, others -
:you 'can miss' it mighty bad.
wore a :printed chiffon dress. HABIT! :Nothing will do your basic nine ho iday.. were in the, auditorium and
The weather was toohot, and too
dusty; ,the streets needed scraping, Immediately after the ceremonya Christian life more ,good than a Mr. Bagwell asked the 'question (Continued on page 8))

reception held at the homeof
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which can't be done when it's so r
the bride's parents for relatives

dry; the grass and shrubs"were .............:.............. ..;..... .. ..... .. : :
and intimate friends of the families. : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : :":":":":":":':":":":":":":":":":":":':":":":4'-t
suffering! from rain. Now it's from the "w**:-****!*.**.':*.>..:*%**:..:..;...,:..:..:.1:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:N..1:1:1:..:,.:-:-:M:..:N...:11:..:....-...1.-..Ii...............................:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.,:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.. '
Mrs. Keen graduated I
cooler the .dust has the $?
settled, :t..
streets' can be smoothed out and Vero Beach High ,School and' from _/ _. &

the grass and flowers are green and Stetson University. She is a member ,?; ,- ,... "t"_"

fresh again. If we aren't contentwe of Zeta Tau" Alpha' sorority, and :t::;: ,: '. ::' .. ,. :. ',,,:,;,::2.. ':'" ; ,'.:, ::: : '
Pi Gamma Mu honor society. She "=..i. -I. V" >> ";' :-. .,': :. \ .'." ,1 '.'. } "
cannot, blame it on the weather. : ; : ::
*' has taught in the Vero Beach High. :; ENJOY
Some School for three years and is active u ( :
more of our boys went off
in the Junior Woman's Club there <
to help Uncle Sam this week,. and

a girl took over at least one of their Mr. Keen is a graduate of the :!::: .\ L"., .A"'L" L' EL CTR I.C'U',- !: '- :xxX.x.X::;:

jobs. Good luck to John Perry and University of Florida, where he be- 'i'"== ., > ..::II 't :"t. .

James Congdon and all who have came a member, of Alpha Tau AlPha ::::: .. '. \. !1 1111r :
- fraternity. *He is instructor in vocational s I :.. ', .'., ,..X.
gone before and' will follow them. .!::!: HOME :,::._<.c ...;, I
agriculture in the ,Clewis ..' .
,:,.'. : 1= :

The:. drive for funds for USD in ton High School. ::::: -x.Y:::::
Clewiston has not Mr. and Mrs. Keen; came to Clew- "
yet reached itt .
-' goal. We were asked for $200, iston on their wedding trip, and A II'
spent the week-end here before going ? AXI
:' Which seems a reasonable figure in .
on to Gainesville where' Mr. ,:..:, )
deed. The nation's goal is $10- ; 9 is the modern servant that :_:_: '
< 735,000 ,and our part is but a drop Keen is attending' the state, convention :::!: Electricity servant ; a ,

in that big bucket. Let's go over I of Future Farmers, of :!::_: takes care of both the..'work and the pleasures of the .:::;:
America and taking a special three .'. "'
the top with this in % hurry, anhe d 't' :
'ready 'should another call come. I weeks'course.. They will return :i:::: ". home and one that will do everything quickly, efficiently &::::

C'. The USO will build and help maintain r to Clewiston July 16th to 'reside.MKS. ,.:;_.:,::,. and economically. tti;..

recreation clubs at army posts, v

so Harry John,-, our James boys, Ed and, Tom our, Dick friends'and, BISHOP BRIDGE ENTERTAINSWITH PARTY ':::t: One penny will toast 26 crunchy. slices of toast, or :.xxB i::.:

boys-will ation facilities have nearby.comfortable The money recre- Mrs. Ralph M. Bishop entertained :'i::;: give. your eyes two hours of safe reading light or operate XA_:

they' make in the army won't with a pretty bridge party yesterday :_::;: 'your radio for most of a day-and-ELECTRICITY is :XX::: :a:

stretch be able very to spend far, much and they for recrea-won't of Clewiston.afternoon Fostoria at her vases home.East" were :!::: one thing that gets cheaper 'the more of it that you use. ::te:::i:: I[

:; tion, even if it awarded to Mrs. J. E.: "Beardsley,. vv
were available.Your ,:..:. ."" r

:;', dollar will' be* welcome.* first prize prize,, Mrs and Mrs.William R. .Bolton C. 'Wilson second -, :i:::. ,. That' is why it is so easy, to have and enjoy a .home ;;::::;: [

;'.: This idea of .municipal; ownership consolation. Mrs. F. Deane Duff :;:::;:: that is all electric and modern. *c*; '

; of public utilities is a step in the_ I[,._,,:, t i'{ -

: right direction for Clewiston, and "e I II.i"

1'-. ':',

-'Fl nearby town fact.of Moore We Haven lived: >in during the PERSONAL r.:;:'r:. ELECTRICITY. IS YOUR CHEAPEST SERVANT ::I;:

,"' the depression. We were' just as I.....:.' .

.' depressed' and financially other as other businesses Frank my answer is ;"Yes"! I....::.. y.x.

'collection towns. City tax I think I 'can keep you happynow : :::::' ..- -USE, IT EXTRAVAGANTLY.. :HXA::-
' was practically ,nil, and that I have learned how to ..' ..
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: +
'. yet things had to go on. So with bake all kinds of the 'cakes and vv
the help of revenue hotbreads love. I'm :' .'
from the light you going 'i".. 't' : I
t: and water, department, things did to Rumford Baking Powder .'I!.'.i': .-}"t"" 1'
; all the time. For with Rumford :
1. I go on and the city kept up garbage I ,can'use any good recipe and :::;: :::: '
removal, street lights, city just follow the directions :!::: :.1::
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' policemen, fire, truck, some street without having to,worry about ++1 !
:, work. Just what the condition the correct amount of baking "" ii

,:' "Would have been without that powder,to use. With Rumford

:L f::;:". ''Imagine.light from and During water utilities normal department, we can times revenue only the- ,.the for-for'is amount the perfect right the amount directions results to every'call use it Glades Power and Light Co. f'I'! I i

continues time. FREE. Send for new book- .:,.:. '
t to carry: the load of, operating let, containing, dozens of

Yi expenses and the tax burden is bright ideas improve tour v. 1
correspondingly lightened. baking. Address: Rumford 'i.': ,

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1'- ford, Rhode. Island. .:.':' : .' !
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-FRIDAY.- JUNE 2O,-1941 \

Mrs. Cecile Brooks and soy J,, I, Friends of Carr Settle' will be I I evening' at nine o'clock: at the salad to Mrs. Roy Alston, Mrs.. Walter .j
(I' I
of Moore Haven, moved toClewiston glad to learn that 'he is recuperat I home of Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Doke 'Jenkins, Mrs. Margaret Anderson -

this w ek.Mrs.- Brooks ing nicely in the Tampa Municipa in Clewiston. The officiating minister Mrs. W. H. Lanier, Mrs. 1

-or-: Personals j jMr. J JI is employed ,as stenographer, hi the Hospital, following. a major opera- I was Rev. S. ,I. Hendrix, pas- Campbell E. Nail, Mrs. Blanche '

,sugar office building. tion which was performed ther tor of the Moore Haven Methodist Turner, Mrs. Harry Turner, Mrs. :i

r Tuesday morning. I' Church. R. C. Wilson and Mrs. R. C. Nowl- ,
I ing.
: I John Perry left Tuesday ,for' The bride was married in her
Mrs. R. P. Wainwright au( traveling ensemble, a redingote of
,and Mrs. Julian Dixon were Camp Blanding to report for. a
I James daughter, Mitchell, who hay been '',navy sheer over a lighter blue MRS. DUKRENCE HOSTESS TO ,'
: visitors in Fort Myers Monday. year's service in the Army I' *
...-- Congdon, who returned Sunday visiting Mr. and 1IrsV.. C.- Nal print. She wore a 'dusty rose hat BRIDGE CLUB WEDNESDAY '
in Moore' for 'several weeks, ------.:.
'also Haven and accessories. Her flowers
to Canada navy ,
Mach vacation trip
, r G. H. Small and M E. Von, from a ;
Blanding.Mr. left yesterday; to join Mr. Wainwright were sweetheart, roses. Mrs., Foy Durrence was, hostess
i spent: the we kend.'fn, :Miami. left Tuesday : Washington Mrs. Wainwright ,I I to members of her
: i in Mrs. Polk is the popular daughter bridge club Wed-
-'. Hill letv was injured a few weeks ago< : of Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Skinner nesday, afternoon. First prize was
L. Stewart and Mrs. and Mrs. Albert
Mrs. Elbert ; when the lid to the trunk of a car i ife'n
of Moore Haven. She graduated'this won Mrs. A. C.
visit in: Fort Myers by Carlton, and
Charles Bolton spent Tuesday in "Wednesday for a I
back, breaking ;a spring from the Moore Haven
Beach. !,and in' Bristol, Virginia, for ? few I -second by' Mrs. George E. Crow.
West' : I II
,, vertebrae. She has just recovere< High School.:' Mr. Polk, the son of
---- f 'I I weeks. They plan to sail (from I sufficiently; to make ,the trip? [ Mr.: and Mrs. G. C. Polk of Lake Both were Pink Clover? bath, powder. .
sun for I Ii New York-'late in July for ,Puerto I Inico. '
C. Parkinson' left a City; is' a graduate ,of the Lake Cut prize was won by Mrs.
i a three, week's stay'}n .Hender' on. !I SpoonerStoltenbergMiss Butler High School :class of 1938. Glen Etherton., i

yule, N. C. ; ; ldJ He has been associated with the The hostess served congealedfruit
-. Ii Mr.' stud lr Vernon Bryant 'a United States .r .
Sugar Corporation'scommissary
I' salad with crackers and cheeseto
'J. W. Padgett has gone.to Haines daughter, Carolyn', have moved I Helen Stoltenberg, of Bell department, and. is now ,

! City for 3. visit with his son, 'J. W. I from Moore Haven into a house' on i iII Glade, and' Hub Spooner of C.lewis. I manager of the South Bay commissary : Mrs. ,Carlton, Mrs. Crow, Mrs. '

i Padgett,' Jr., and ,familY '-' the government reservation. The i ton, were married, in, a pretty, ceremony ,Etherton' Mrs. John. Elmore, ,Mrs.'

I --- II house is the one vacated last, fall. performed: in the garden of After the ceremony an informal H R. M. Hare, Jr., Mrs. H. R. Knight,

I Mrs. H. A. Laud and son, G by the W. F. Simpsons.- ,I the bride's' me in Belle Glade I reception was held in the Doke and Mrs. R. J.. Lee. '

I are spending the week in ne"i 9 J. NielselIleft i I Sunday! afternoon at 5:30. Rev home. The refreshment table was l
Clarence '
f Cloud with relatives. Mr. and Mis. J. 0. Jameson, pastor of the Community centered with a wedding cake, top-
vacation of a
I, :"'-- j jJIr Sunday fora Methodist Church of Bell ped by a miniature bride and groom.

and Mrs.. Harold B. Magill few weeks. They are making a Glade performed -the ceremony in The cake 'was cut -by the bride and MECHANICAL, STRUCTURAL

and daughters spent :Sunday with I trip to several interesting points in the presence of 'a large number of served with punch to the guests. ARCHITECTURAL DESIGNS

relatives, in LaBelle. Florida and, will visit Dr. and Mrs.. friends and, relatives of the, coupleIn Attending the wedding were !Maps Estimates '

I. 0. Bishop, in Fort Pierce.Mr. the center of the garden 'a members of the two families: Mr. JOHN H. DOTY
;Mr. and Mis. P.. C.. Wilson and ''I and Mrs. R. J. Blount and, white satin covered altar was, plat and Mrs. S. C. Skinner, George and Engineering Consultant

Mrs. W. H. Lanier were visitors Ke'enlr. ed, and around it. were arranged:, Ann Skinner, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Hopkins Bldg. .
Mr. and lIrs1anning, : Cewiston"Fla.
Saturday in West Palm, ,Beach. I sons, pedestal baskets of white lilies, E. Griffith. Doris and Carl Grif-
,::\ and Mrs.. Carlisle Redish, Miss I
I palms' and ferns. In front of the'< fith, Lacy, Clyde and Raymond.Polk .
Leon Brewer i
"Mr. and Mis., H. T.. Vaughn, Mrs. I Renee Wethingtou and altar was a satin kneeling bencl and Mr. and Mrs. M. C. ,Doke 1 "
'a fishing trip
J. Vaughn and'Harry, Vaughn drove I spent Sundayon on which the couple knelt while and ,Gene Doke. -
to Lake Placid Sunday afternoon. near Lake Placid. exchanging their vow Johnson's Fish Camp
musical preceding the MRS. SCHROEDER HOSTESS, AT I (Near Hurricane Gate)
is' Mrs. \V.I"Dean King, who under- A program <
this ,
Mrs.. 0. A, Clark spending EVENING BRIDGE CLUB
Miss Eliza Clewiston Fla.
went a major'operation at Good ceremony was given by ,
week. in Lakeland visiting her parents Samaritan ,Hospital in West Palm beth Thompson, Mrs Walter Granger i Boats and l\Iotors-Guide Service "
.:Mr. and Mrs. P. R. Reed.. Mrs. 'B. J. Schroeder was. hostess Rates ReasonableW.
Elizabeth JamesonMiss
Beach Tuesday, is reported as mak- and Miss, I I
: "Romance" Wednesday evening to members of H. Johnson l\Jgr.
;; satisfactory progress toward Thompson, played t ,
Miss ::1Iae'pa left, this week ing her bridge club., Lingerie was ',I
MacDowell) and "A Dream oLove" :
spent '
Mr. King yesterday ,
her vacation in Austin, recovery.. '
to spend awarded as first and second prize
afternoon with her. (Franz Liszt) Granger I
'Virginia.Mr. Miss to Mrs. W. H. Lanier and Mrs. Roy
accompanied by Jameson I
"I Love Thee" (Crieg) and Alston. Mrs. Walter Jenkins, of CLE'ISTOXTIXXIXG
Mrs. Arthur O. Oliver came. up sang
and Mrs. Norman Hansen from Miami for the week-end. Mrs. "Because,'' (d'Hardelot). The traditional Fort Myers, and Mrs. Margaret Anderson & PLUMBING SHOP
II have as their guest week, of Fort Lauderdale, guests,
for processional from Lohengrir
Robert Hansen, of South Bay. Oliver has accepted a position received remembrances of'bath Anything in' Plumbing Fixtures
the summer as acting district director and the Wedding March by Mendelssohn '
Florida used. powder. Prompt, EfficientService:
of recreation for South were
Miss Martha Nell Alston; spent Mrs. Schroeder served a frozen
the week-end with friends in West for the WPA. Her headquartersfor The ,bridesmaid and bridesma I PETER CHRISTENSEN Mgr

Palm Beach. the summer are in Miami. trons, ,Miss Frances Clements of] -

I II Fort Meade, Mrs. Rupert Mock, Pa I FOR RENT-Large, airy bedroom
Mr. and Mrs. George Bellamy have B. Branham ol
Miss Ruth Knight has'returned hokee and Mrs.' R. and garage. Stucco house across
with as their guests, Mr. and Mrs. ,R.I. Fort Pierce, wore frocks of blue
from a 'stay of several days I : highway from Hendry: County Mo-
I 'DeVane and daughters, Barbara taffeta.: J. M. ,CO USE
friends at Lake Placid., marquisette over They tors. Phone 102, C. M. Jarvis. tf ,
I and Joyce, of Jacksonville. Mr. were made alike with long full; Counselor and Attorney at Law

Bob Logan returned Sunday from and, Mrs. DeVane will' remain two skirts 'and sweetheart necklines. I
Hopkins ,
a two weeks' visit with' his parents weeks, and the girls will stay all Their flowers, were mixed garden FOR RENT-One 2-room furnished Building

in Indiana.Ed summer with their grandparents.Mr. flowers, which they carried in bas- cottage. One bachelor apart- Wednesdays and Saturdays

kets of large leghorn hats tied ment. Lights and' water furnished.Mrs. 9:30 to 4:00

Clark, his mother, Mrs. Fred ,and Mrs. Joel P. ,Keen spent with tulle. Miss Ruth Orum, of M. D. Royals. 3tr I

Topper,. and Miss Florine Moore are he; week-end in Clewiston with Eustis, was maid of honor. Her

spending a two weeks' 'vacationin \tfr. and Mrs. H. C. Avant. ,They dress of pink marquisette' was made

Western -North 'Carolina' vere en route to ,Gainesville ,where ike those of the ,other attendants, .. 0

tfr. Keen is attending the sttae md her flowers were similarly ar I

Keathley Bowden was in Tampa ?FA convention and will remain fort ranged.
the first of the week, visiting Carr three weeks' special course. The ushers were Rupert Mock, .

Settle in the Tampa Municipal ,Hos and 3. Davis and Raymond Christian that after Sunday, June 8, 1941, he will Abe in '
Mrs. A. H. King, Mary Jean .
pital. '
ill of Pah'okee. Leon Spooner served -
r Wayne King spent the weekendn as his brothers best man. his office in the Hopkins Bldg., daily except Thursday and 1-

A W. Sias and his sister, Mrs. Lakeland. They accompanied
< ,
who 'remained to The bride entered on the arm of I Sunday. Evening hours Monday Tuesday, Friday and Sat
Elberta Whidden, spent Father'sDay Elizabeth Winn
the with Mr. and Mrs. her father, who gave her in mar- urday.
in Homestead with their fa- spend summer '
riage. She wore a gown of white
, ther., B. E. Herring and attend summer
.. '- school classes, 'in Lakeland.Mr. narquisette, with a fitted bodice Practice of Osteopathic Medicine '
II and full skirt. The bodice had a
Mr. .and Mrs. T. W. Griffith of *.
E. E. Kelly have yoke of lace insertion and full and Surgery
Pahokee spent Sunday here with and Mrs. x
The veil was fingertip -
Mrs. Griffith's parents, Mr. and eturned from Fort Myers Beach
in place by
Mrs., L.. 'J,. Pape. where they had 'a vacation cottage length'and was held
Miss Jo a coronet of orange blossoms. The
for! several weeks. Peggy

Fort Mr.# Myers and ,Mrs.spent Solon Sunday Crews here with of I Kelly Smith,, ,,of returned Avon Park with, niece them of for Mrs.a jride's and 'lilies.bouquet. was of" white orchids :;:-:..:..:..:..:..:.;..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..':..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...

their daughter, Mrs.-'.E. C. Mills and I visit here. An informal reception :was held ;?. :i is is:

family. after the ceremony' in the Stolten- ..:... .is. \
Mr. and Mrs.. E. B. ,Braswell and berg home., The bride's table was +

Mr. and Mrs. W. E, Bolton are VIr. and Mrs. James A. Tinley of beautifully decorated with green v

leaving today for their vacation. Miami were' week-end guests of md white ,and centered with a 'V:' ..

, They will visit relatives in Birmingham. VIr. and Mrs C. L. Downs at the tired: wedding cake' topped with a V

Clewiston Inn. The men are associated I miniature bride and groom.' Mrs. ?
with the, McAllister Hoteln ftenry Stoltenberg, the bride's mo- Y

Paul .Slonaker, who recently en- Miami. her; ,. who is recuperating from an V V

listed in the U. S. Navy, arrived' \ I I illness, was assisted in the hospitalities V. bt .

from, Norfolk this week for a few Mrs. G. B. Thomas and Mary i by Mrs. J., I. Freedlund, .. .i.

'days visit with his parents, Mr. Louise Thomas left yesterday for a Mrs. James Darden, Mrs. J. H. :_: 0 It a USUALLY .g '

and Ms. S. P. Slonaker. visit with Mrs. ,G. .B., Thomas, Sr., 2hamblee and Mrs. W. Julian Field. ::_:: DO NOT MARRY ::
n Safety Harbor. Mary Louise Mrs. Spooner is the daughter of : wNy wH1 EACH OTHER s..

Mr. and Mrs. Roy Alston and plans to remain for a two weeks' vlr. and Mrs. :J. H Stoltenberg, of :i: you 6cWa '. Wes i J, ..

daughters, Harriet ,and Carol Joy, visit with her grandmother; while Belle Glade. She is a graduate of : -.- '

are visiting Mrs. :Alston's sister, her mother will return 'Sunda he: Pahokee High 'School and of 4= :(

) Mrs. 'Walter Jenkins and family at Stetson University. She is a' -memier ?t.. ..

Fort Myers Beach.T. Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Brown and of the Pi Beta Phi sorosity. )

I children, MarJorie and Warren, returned For the past two ''years she 'has v'? ,I

C. Musgrave, who has been this week from Clinton, In- aught in the South Bay school. ?

ill 'for the past week, made a trip' liana where they visited Mr. and Mr., Spooner is the son of Mr. i :V: ?
I :(
(Explanation: on Page Eight)
to* West Palm Beach for examination Mrs., W. 'c. Wright. Mrs. Brown and 1\Irs..1. E. Spooner of Pa- .

and observation by East' Coast and the children were there two lokee. He is a graduate of the ... ''- ,: '.',
: '
physicians.: months and Mr. Brown. joined them ahokee High School in the 'class, : (rrn: (m. -:

iwo: weeks ago. of 1934 and 'was' afterwards associated ,'s' : .?
Mr: and Mrs. F.. Deane Duff have I ; with Christian Chevrolet' Y ,

as their guests their nephews, Sandy Charles Turner left Sunday for Company in Pahokee. He came to '':.' .i.

and' Teddy Beach, sons of Mr. and !Gainesville to attend the state convention ;lewiston several months ago and : .:.' i \

Mrs. Stafford Beach of Palm of 'Future Farmers': of Amer- established the Hug Chevrolet Com ::
I The couple who start buying :
I young ,
Beach. ica. He will spend a month with pany.

I relatives In High Springs 'and a Mr. and Mrs. Spooner left after' :: a home of their own are paving the way ::_

Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Waldron, and ,month with his father in Panama the ceremony for a two weeks' .
I :; to happy life and to security. Through :
son, T. .W., Jr., and daughter, Mrs. i City before returning 'to Clewis aoneymoon in North Carolina. On :: a

A. W. Sias and Mrs. Cora Haynie I ton. heir; return to Clewiston they will :*_: an 'amortized loan, it's as easy to own a :=;: -

are spending two weeks in Dade occupy the' Bong' residence until :;: home as it is to rent. Ask us about it. _:kv
City. x i[ Miss Florence 'Moran of Milledge-' heir: new home on Pacific Avenues

I I ville, Ga., arrived this' week for a completed. Mrs. Spooner is v

Mrs. P. M.' McIntyre, Sr., has 'visit with her brother; Jay W. traveling; in an ensemble of brown

arrived from her home near Do- \Moran; and her mother, Mrs. ,C. L., bengaline with matching', accessor 4's ELiUJiSIDIWliE'i.'i.i

than, Ala.) to join her husband who I I Moran, at the Clewiston Inn Apart- ies. i

I spent the winter here with Mr. and ![(ments. Miss Catherine Moran, who 'v.

Mrs., P. M. McIntyre, Jr. spent several' weeks here, left Tues- Polk-Skinner V: ,

day to begin her summer's work in Y
Mr. pad Mrs. Glen Etherton have ;I the cast of The Lost Colony. Miss Y Y

returned from a two months' stay I Moran, who portrayed the character Miss Elizabeth Skinner of Moore Y IN.

in. Miami. Mr., Etherton, who had, '''of Queen Elizabeth in the historical Haven became the bride of Horace X.. X .

'been ill before they left, has re. I production last summer, will, I D. Polk, pf Clewiston, in a pretty' .;. .;..

cuperated., have the same part this ;year. !ceremony performed Saturday, ::.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:;..XK..xi'X..x..X"XMX.*x*.x


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out here in the hills. And this I
was _............ .... It Cost Whistler Topper. '
one o' them times, I'm thinking. IMPROVED'UNIFORM I

"But you killed him," I repeated, To Appease SwinburneThe
leaning on the shaggy old shoulder INTERNATIONAL
Lafflp intfie beside me.SockEye's. '
y laugh was low and 1 artist Whistler had just en-
mirthless but altogether untroubled. LessonBy tered the London Arts club, whenan

BY W. N.U. Service "That ain't botherin' me none," alarming uproar broke forth.
he said. "Any jury north o' Fifty- HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST D. D. It came from the coatroom. Has-
Dean of The
Moody Bible Institute
THE STORY SO FAR Six'd say that snake killed hisself." of tening there he found the poet

Sidney Lander Alaska mining engineer. ring. Lander and Carol fly to Chakltana, My earlier sense of homelessness Released by Western Newspaper Union.) Swinburne, in an insane fury,

Is engaged to Barbara Trumbull. whose scene of her claim. Someone shoots at the and helplessness swept back on me. tramping on hats and shrieking:

father Is contesting the mining claim of plane. Sock-Eye Schlupp. old sourdough shooting. I knew a craving for security whereno Lesson for June 22 "My hat-they've stolen my
Carol C burn, teacher at Matanuska. friend of the Coburns. did the security was to be found. hat!" his hair flying, his arms
Lander breaks with Trumbull. Salaria He thought it was a Trumbull plane. Trum "Where's Sidney?" I cried out in windmilling his
bull had planted Eric the Red, at theLander Lesson subjects and Scripture texts see eyes blazing.
Bryson also loves Lander. She disappears. that cted and .
tightening clutch of desolation."I copyrighted by International.ouncil
Contemplating the
for work Sock-Eye Informs scene for a
finds Salarla. She had Injured her scene dirty want of Religious Education; used by
Barbara misinterprets them warningly. Sidney. 'lermJssion. few moments, Whistler removed
the leg rescue while hunting.and flings away her engagement And now comes the final threat. "I'm here," called Sidney's voice, his hat, and approached the poet.Ulsn't .
close behind me. He was out of FIRST JERUSALEM CONFER-
INSTALLMENT XIX breath this your hat, old chap?"
from his hurried climb up ENCE ON WORLD MISSIONS he
fitting it the
CHAPTER XXIH "You're not going to kill me?" I the hillside. But there was steadi- on yellow
gasped."That'd. ness in the arms which he clasped LESSON TEXT Acts i5:6.21. mane. Swinburne accepted it with
about GOLDEN, ,TEXT-But we believe that a' kind of, howl and rushed out.
be he my swaying body.I
next morning easy, an-
When I wakened, the through the grace of the Lord Jesus Christwe Whistler went home that night
nounced. "But it's wise dear could feel the throb of his heart
scent of my ,
the shall be saved
by 15:11.
I was puzzled even as they.-Acts : bare-headed, but
balsam close about me. I was equally to be ready for the unexpected.Come and the subsiding ,panting of his pleased
here.' lungs as he held me close to him.
of two
puzzled by the scolding about a "But this isn't human," I cried. ,And ,those quieting hammer throbsof The conference on missions in

Canada jays that hopped beside which "It can't do you any good. It can't strength slowly beat the terrorof Jerusalem was not the result of an I Islands in Pawn .1
dwindled appeal to church
get you anywhere." homelessness out of my own ham- a ruling .organization -
stood a skillet and a coffeepot. He cut those cries protest short. mering heart. for a'decision, but rather a gathering -

Then a second sound intruded on "Come here," he commanded, "Don't leave me," I said as my of the bbievers from Antioch When we talk about the British
the morning quietness. was a with a new and deadlier sort of in- arms tightened about him. with those in Jerusalem to confer isles we are apt to think only of,

faint and far-off drone that grew the tentness.I "We'll always be together, after regarding a serious difference of the big ,ones, forgetting that once

stronger as it rose and fell with becamea could feel my brain telling my this," he said. His arms closed opinion. The earliest- converts to upon a time the Isle of Wight hada

vagaries of the breeze. It and feet to obey, to take the steps demanded about me again and I shut my eyes I Christianity were Jews, who had king of its own. S6 had the Isle':

throb of power, a purposeful took before that menacing small ; as I felt his lips on my lips.It come by the way of Judaism into of Man. Henry Beauchamp was;

electrifying throb that promptly blankets.It "0" at the end of a rifle barrel was Sock-Eye's voice that their new faith in Christ. But now, crowned king of the Isle of Wight'

me out from beneath my down to the could spit death in my face. But brought time and the world back to through the preaching of Paul and in the reign of Henri VI. King: i

took me scurrying the my feet refused to 'move. me again. Barnabas, certain Gentiles had be- Henry placed the crown on his' |
open cliff edge that the waters .Come. here," repeated my ene- "I reckon it's a pot o' coffee you lieved in Christ. Their newfoundjoy head. ? \\j

Big Squaw where racing bank. my, with a note of wildness in his two cheechakos need t' steady you was soon beclouded by a theo- The Orkneys and Shetlands once
tore at the base of a voice. down a bit," he observed. "And logical problem. Certain teachers belonged to Norway, but they

There, between the towering' peaks, "Wait!' I called out, foolishly. I while I'm wrastlin' that, jus' kind from ,Judea (Acts 15:1) declared were handed over to Scotland as,
small and toylike
I could see the even more foolishly fell back a stepor o' remember there's a bush hawk's that the Gentiles were not saved unless dowry with'a Danish princess in
that as: it came
'plane sometimes grew dark and some- two, in an instinctive retreat of still waitin' for you over t' Cran- they came into the Christian 1468. They were, so to speak,.

nearer, fear. And that, my brain told me, berry Lake." faith the way of the fullfillment of the pawned, because for a long time'
in the crystalline sun-
times through bright which it arrowed.I was a mistake. For I could see the It took Sidney a little time to Jewish law. Paul and Barnabas at Norway held the right to redeem'

light shouted and waved, as it barrel end steady and the hatetwisted come back to earth. But he still once realized that this wasI. them by payment of a sum of

throbbed overhead, for I knew it was face press closer to the balanced clung to my hand. The Vital Question-Is Salva. money. Later', the claim was ,renounced. -,
Slim Downey and his ship" gunstock.I "And what'll you do? he questioned tion by Grace or Works? (vv. 7-11; .
knew what was coming and I the oldtimer.HHead. .backto
But the plane went on, without ; see also vv. 1-5).
sign or signal. And, for a moment, cried out, without willing that cry, as Matanuska? Paul and his fellow workers had
stiffened "Back t' that mess o' misfits?" fJR MINOR
my body forlornly to re- tJFCHE MS.BURHS.BRUlSES.RUB
my heart sank. Then I gave a, lit rightly apprehended God's plan of ;
was Sock-Eyes "Not
ceive its shock. answer.
tle cry of relief. For I saw how the on salvation apart from works of the
But that call of your life. I've got me two burros
through helplessness -
tilted wings were dropping lower, law. Paul realized that the entire SPENETRUr
came a sharper sound, a sharp outspanned over in the next valley
banking and heading back into the future of the gospel ministry was in
bark that bottom and I'm a-goin' t' out
produced an incredibly mosey
the irregular silver the solution of
breeze over expanse a sense dependent on
abrupt change in the poised figure t' the open hills where I belong."
of Cranberry ,Lake. this problem. Christianity is the
confronting me. I saw the rifle fall, "But you can't do that, Sock- Unsought ThoughtsThe
And even before its pontoons only religious faith in the world that
Eye Sidney objected. "You're thoughts that come often
I saw Ericson throw up his hands going
heeled down that surface of ruffled the
on justification by
presents as
and suddenly twist about in a ludi- to be needed before this ,is grace unsought, and, as it 'were, drop
silver I remembered that Slim of all others follow
; redemption
way. ; into the mind
crously frantic halfcircle.His cleared up. are commonly the
could come to a landing only on wa- (more or less) the path of salvationby
hands were still above his head Sock-Eye reached for his chewing works. most valuable of any we have, and

: ter.My first impulse at that happy as his legs crumpled under him. And plug. therefore should be secured, be-
"She's plumb cleared The question now was: Shall cause they seldom return again.-'
for one uncertain second he bal- up ,
i discovery was to find Sidney and
works of the law be mingled with
he maintained. "And since twodunderheads've Locke._
shout the good news to him. He anced on the cliff edge, like a tight- you Jesus Christ alone
finally made sure grace-can save
rope-walker fighting for equilibriumon
and Sock-Eye, I assumed, were
where dirt lies and discovered men, or is salvation through Jesus
some fragile footway. Then I your pay -
somewhere down along the claim
limits, probably checking up on saw the collapsed body tumble over how you was kind o' made Christ plus something else? DON'T BE BOSSED

measurements and monuments. SoI the cliff edge.- It went sprawlingand for each other, from the first crack II. The Christian Solution-Council

moved out to the cliff edge, scan- rolling along the steep cut bank out'n the box, I don't see no call Rather Than Controversy (vv. 6, BY YOUR LAXATIVE-RELIEVE

ning the valley for some sign of life.I until it struck the waters of the Big for me lingerin' around this neck 7, 12-18)). CONSTIPATION THIS MODERN WAY

even gave a, gulp of gratitudeat Squaw, where the current caught it o' the woods. No, sir. I'm goin' t' There may be times when it becomes .When you feel gassy, headachy, logy
the thought that noonday wouldsee up and churned and tossed it, with tote me and my stuff back into them the duty of the Christian due to clogged-up bowels, do as millions

us joining Slim and his waiting now an arm showing and now a leg, hills where a man kin work a tom- worker to take an uncompromisingstand do-take Feen-A-Mint at bedtime. Next

plane and night would see us along the white-water course that myrocker in peace." for the truth of God and refuseto morning-thorough helping start the, comfortable day full of relief,

I whisked back to a world of men and twisted between its shoulderingbanks. I felt he was too old and spent for be moved, come what may. But normal energy you and pep, feeling like your a

I women and orderly life. that sort of lone-fire adventuring certainly there should be no such million! Feen-A-Mint doesn't disturb

1 My searching gaze.coasted the I was conscious of Sock-Eye stand- through the valley bottoms of the spirit in dealing with differing in- your night's. rest or interfere with work the
ing at side, leaning almost North. But' there was somethingstill of the next day Try Feen-A-Mint, the chewinggum
non- Scripture
valley bottom, and then the oppos- my terpretations on part laxative, yourself It tastes good, it's
ing hill slopes, and then the nearer chalantly on his long-barreled rifle. gallant and intrepid about the of sincere and earnest Christian handy and economical...a family supply
broken ground through which the "He's dead," I gasped, staring at shaggy figure as,he stepped over to brethren. How much would be costs only

Big Squaw twined. But I saw noth'ing. = the churning water-course that had the taller man and placed ,a handon gained in the Church today if, in- fEEN.A.MiNT

swallowed up that receding tangleof the shoulder that stood almostas stead of magnifying differences and

I saw nothing until some obscure limbs."I high as his own head. permitting personal desires ana ambitions -

sixth sense prompted me to turn had t' git him," announced "You've got a straight-shoote'r in to intervene, men were will- Short World

and study the rock ridge along which Sock-Eye, "or he'd a-got you." this gal of ol' Klondike Coburn's," ing to sit down in the spirit of Christ Think not thy time is short in

I had edged my way out to the cliff "But you'd no ,right to shoot a he solemnly asserted. "She's a around the tables of Christian coun- this world, since the world itselfis

,front. Slowly over the dark curve man," I cried, still shaking from danged sight finer'n you deserve. cil and brotherhood, presided ever not long. The created worldis

of that ridge I saw a hand appear, shock, scarcely knowing what I was And if you don't treat, her right, and directed by the Holy Spirit (see but a small parenthesis in eter-

and groping fingers feel for a hold. saying. down 'the years that's left t' you, Acts 15:28)). nity.-Sir Thomas Browne. "

; I thought, at first, it was Sock- Sock-Eye reached out and quietly I'll sure amble out'n these hills and The whole question, was honestlyand

: Eye. But in that, I soon knew, I pulled me back from the cliff edge. fill your carcass so full o' lead they'llbe carefully considered by the

,was'mistaken. For there was some- "There's >times, girlie, when a" usin' you' for a plumb bob." council at Jerusalem, with the result To relieve

thing so malignant and reptilelikein hombre's got t' make his own laws [THE END] that there was a vindication of the COLDS

that crawling advance I felt it preachers of God's grace. Misery of

must be the movement of an enemy James finally spoke, giving the LIQUID
f even before I caught sight of Entire Panama Canal Plan Changed by conclusion to which the Holy Spirit TABLETS I

I I the short-barreled rifle trailing, beside had led the conference (see v. 28)). 6 6 6 NOSE SALVE DROPS
Stamp Showing
Postage Smoke
the flattened body.At Here for all the future we have COUGH DROPS

my instinctive cry of alarm III. The God-Given Answer-Sal-: Try"Rnb-My-Tism"Wonderful liniment
that flattened figure abruptly lost Stamps have played many impor- After several months the plan of Grace 19-21
Ovation Is by (vv. ; see
Its stealthiness. It dropped over tant roles in the pageant of civi- I building across Nicaragua seemedto ,
also 22-35)
the ridge wall, caught up the rifle lization; one stamp nearly causeda be the logical one, and prep- vv. Inwardly Borne
and stood foursquare in front of me, war; another saved the life of an arations were begun. The plans In his epistle to the EphesiansEph. Great joys, like great griefs, are

with a low laugh of derision.I American explorer in the depths of followed the lakes and rivers al- ( 2:8: 9), Paul succinctly states silent.-Marmion.

knew then it was Ericson. And the Liberian jungles; still a third ready in existence there, from At- this truth: "By grace are ye saved

my blood chilled as I fell back step was responsible for the dischargeof lantic to Pacific. Estimates were through faith;' and, that not of yourselves -
i he advanced. Even the submitted for : plans had : it is the gift of God: not
by step as He laughed a postmaster general. approval;
again when he saw me come to the decision to build a canal through been drawn up, men were ready to of works, lest any man should Black

cliff edge, where I could go no far- Panama instead of Nicaragua may go to Central America and begin boast. The teaching of Scriptureis
ther. .' be attributed to a single postage work. very plain on this point, and we Leaf 40

He looked gaunt and harried find stamp, asserts a writer in the New The dramatic alteration in this do well to receive it in all its beauty "Cap-Brush"App1icator makes"BLACNLEAF4D"DASH ,

a: little mad. But what troubled me York World-Telegram. project came in ,Washington when'one and grace. JUST A IN FEATHERS.. GO MUCH FAATHER

most was a snakelike air of fortitude For years the shipping industry of the consulting engineers of Let us observe, however, that the

about him, the careless persistent was hampered by the long- route the commission received a packageof decision in Jerusalem, while it laid

knowledge of some venomous from the Atlantic to the Pacific. charts from his survey crew in no further burden on these Gentile

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I '"You can't get all the breaks raced around the "Horn" for the package was only routine matter, require of them that, as those who

I bright/eyes," he said as he confronted prestige in the tea trade from China. but the postage stamp' affixed to it had been saved by grace, they must Driven by ThoughtA

f me with his crooked smile. And During the gold rush days in the struck his attention.. "walk in newness of life" (Rom. spur in the head is worth two

j the mockery in it, the familiar: old ,, West ships rushed to Central America 3:4) which they had in Christ. Paul in the heels.
tone of flippancy, still had the power and passengers and cargo were The picture of Momotombo was had the same thought in mind whenhe

I' of sending a wave of nausea sent across the land by train or familiar enough to this engineer and supplemented Ephesians 2:8 and

I through my ,body. carriage and then on to San Fran- he recognized the mountain imme- 9 with verse 10, declaring that God
I "What are you going to do?" I cisco by another boat. The cuttingof diately. His interest was aroused, has ordained that we should walk s
said however, when he saw that the en- "
ashamed of the in
quaver my a canal through the isthmus 'in good works.
voice. Still again Ericson graver of that stamp showed smoke with backache-
seemed inevitable, even though.tropical There are two opposite tendencies
drifting from the,crater of this peak
Solitude, I felt, had played tricks
j diseases and fever crippled several (both of which are wrong) in this
with his mind. which had been considered an ex- f'-
attempts to link ocean to ocean. matter, which consistently hurt the kidneys function badly and
volcano.A WHEN
) "I'm" going to get what's coming The rusty machinery of De Les- Christian church. The one which we suffer a nagging backache,

to me, he proclaimed, after a quick seps lay discarded in the swamps of survey party was sent to the have already stressed tries to mix with dizziness, burning, scanty or too
i but pointed survey of the valley be- Panama. The British attempt was interior to learn whether the engraver works with grace, making salvation frequent urination and getting up at
low us. "And you're it." had made mistake. Not night when feel tired nervous,
? a 'you
I abandoned; and yet the world need- either entirely or partially by works. Pills.Down's
"I've done to I all Doan's .
nothing you, long afterward word was receivedat upset. use
ed Central Amer- who have soughtto
a waterway across Sad to say, some
i cried, trying to keep my hands from headquarters that the volcanowas are especially for poorly
ica. have to the
avoid this
i shaking. error gone working kidneys. Millions of'boxes
Eventually the United States appropriated not'extinct but'had again come opposite extreme and have done vio- are used every year. They are recom-
"Oh have his hate-
yes you ,
: embittered answer. "And more than a fund to scrutinize the to life; that smoke, was rising from lence to God's plan of salvation by mended the country over. Ask your

l 'once. But I told you I wouldn't always possibility of a canal. A commission the crater. making grace an excuse for sin, neighbor!

be the underdog. And this made surveys and submitted using their freedom from law as a

S deal I'm not." |reports on the feasibility of such a' Search for Fountain of Youth justification of lawlessness. We are

His movement was-quietly deliberate ,project. For months they worked Hernando de. Sota made its historic God's "workmanship, created in 21MRi

.' as' he pumped his rifle. liinthe field, examining the features search for the fountain of Christ Jesus unto good works" (Eph. i

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I .. .
t Officials of- I Pedaled 15 Miles To vancy :District' .for the I .
Clewiston's $200-. .. .:: >:;. : i the 1st day of November, 1911, and a.at m the Wednesday office of July the 2. A D., 1941,
ending the 31st day of October, 1942 South Florida
I A State-County Park said budget among other things .Florlda, and District from in Belle thereafter -
diy to {
(Continued from page 1) Continued from Page 4) shows the amount .of debt service tax as may be
necessary for the,
Clark, Clewistcn were requested to testify. Mr. the amount of maintenance: tax purposes .of hearing objections
Swayne, E. D. : per acre necessary to- be levied upon and
Realty & Development Corp., Clew- Bagwell asked them specific quest- Miami, June 18-FNS-Jump- the lands within said District for I coDatednthiso6thrlay?! said budget
of June, ,
A D.
iston Hotels Company, Lacy Polk:, ions as to their length of employ- I ing the gun on,the '"gasless Sunday" the completed i'ear'1941 and, which prcseitted budget'ha.s to the'ald been, 1941.,SOUTH
L. A. Wolff, J. G. Niblack,_ W. N. ment, their housing conditions, I idea, ninety Miamians took to. bicycles Board and placed on file in the office {I I DISTRICT FLOIUDA' 'CONSIafvAItic'Y:
i Martin, Glades Power & Light Co.J. .. medical care, and working condi- here last week and pedaled of the. the Secretary same : may of the be examined said Districtand at I J.By v-R.. Y:. PATTERSON. Cha.lrlnhl1.
W. Ezelle, Blanche. Turner, Jerry tions. The men' testified that they 15 miles o.a state-county park. 'j the said office; that the P.oard of'I L11HOOKER SCULLEN Supervisor Supervisor
Wilcox, Elberta., Whidden, Glades: worked from 7 till 4 or 5 in the The Dade County Parks Supervisors. will meet at 1000; o'clock No. 247-June 13 and June: 20, 1-141

Water Company: Jewel. Lawrence, afternoon; each had his own houseof went sponsored 'the trip. and, hope'1'I I'

G. H. George, A. W. Sias, The three rooms; bought their I that an increased use .%of ; bicycles \!
j Toggery Shop.: groceries and other supplies eitherat would conserve the gasoline supply -
the commissary or at stores in i.
T. C. Musgrave, Mr. and Mrs. K. I -
town as fancy dictated; found, i.j'
Bowden, Hendry County Motors, C. The 30-mile trip to 'reynolds
V. Parkinson, D. G. Alston, Otto prices about. the' same in either Park P1"ov'ed a bit too strenuous j'j'I
instance. Some of the men owned
& Ellen Larsen, Elizabeth B. Duff, for beginners and many dropped
F. Deane Duff, C. L. & Lucile cars, some had saved money' some out before the journey was: com- I
Downs, E. E. Kelly, 'Jim Beardsley, of them had'gardens; the others pleted. ,
John Tiedtke, E. answered that they could have sav-
C. J. Gonterman, Thoughtful officials view with
ed money but hadn't; and many .
L. Stewart, Joseph I
alarm reduce
effort to gas
; too any
Avant. Evelyn D. Lovvorn, Hub were to'say they were
consumption, knowing the disaster
to tend garden. One man
lazy a
R. C. Nowling,
Chevrolet Company ous
would have state
effect it on
testified that he left the cane
W. W. Perry.
A. W. Lawrence,
revenue if practiced to any appreciable -
L., C. Rosenberg fields one summer to work'for a ,
C. W. Benson,. extent.Jacksonville's .
Evelyn Hare, Jessie Maloy, Virginia vegetable grower, planting tomatoes -

Jordan Wm. L. Brown, Jr., on the Tamiami Trail. He: new Main Street t e
Golbrath, :Mae .y l f \
R. H. Knight, Bob
liked the work all right but didn'tmake
Bridge, providing a second cross-
Palmer, Florine Moore, Mildred
Durst, Phoebe Peterson, Pearl as much money as in cane- ing of the' St. Johns River, is scheduled -

Weidler, Margie Spoolstra, Paul cutting, so he came back. to be opened officially on July

Keatring, J. D.: Mock, E. T. Ham- I The officials gave everyone an 4th,- it was announced this week. .

mond, J. H. Wilson. opportunity to testify, and the testimony -

PHYSICAL of every witness was given SOUTH FLORIDA CONSERVANCY:: (fin
"MARINE LOWERED"Dental under oath and was taken down DISTHICTTO : ,IN :
I verbatim. The proceedings will be WHOM IT :MAT CONCERN: ..
requirements for young filed with the of Take notice that pursuant to House AIR
agriculture Bill No. 1122 passed by the Legisla- -
men enlisting in the Marine Corps as part of its records and ture of the State of Florida, duringthe 1
have been lowered. Those who 1941 session, the Board of Super- CONDITIONEDgtJmpll
will be used by officials in determining visors' of the South Florida Conser- s
have failed to pass previous requirements vancy District has caused to be prepared --
should apply for a sec- regulations for the in- a budget of the bond require-
ments and of the maintenance require-
ond examination. The age require- dustry. ments of the South Florida Conser- l
ments are the same, 17 to 30
years of age. Young men must be
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inches in height.
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Emergency," and also the regular ._ I A A and the North.
4 year period as the applicant :

prefers. Young men accepted at I' 'CLEWIS TON Lv: CANAL POINT Northbound. ; 4:55AM 1:25 PM
West Palm Beach Office are sent l :, fiOLF I Ar: TAMPA . ; 1 10:10 AM 655 PM
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final examination and enlistment. I
Ar. 3:15 PM 11:45 PM Way Trip
Upon enlistment the recruit is then I J. I Ar. TALLAHASSEE ; ; 445 PM 1259 AM
I : ; ; MIAMI $
sent to' the :Marine Corps TrainingBase ,> ', COURSEy. Ar. LAKE CITY' . ', 2.25: PM1.10 AM JACKSONVILLE $ 4.70 1.65 3.00 8.50

at Parris Island, S. C: The .' Lv. CANAL POINT . 5:20 PM 11:25 PM TAMPA. 2.80 5.05
training is for six weeks, after I i .}: :: 'is: ::,, Ar. JACKSONVillE 3:45 AM 9:15 AM ORLANDO LAKELAND. .. 2.35 2.95 4.25 5.35 ;
which the recruit is given 10 days
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assignment to duty. <}: ;'L : I'j I- MACON 7.25 .13.05 .
: Information about the Marinesand I :'1 'Southbound-Going VAlDOSTA 5.80 10.45.Lv. .
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-, ,, .:. Ar. MIAMI . 8:50 PM 2:30 AM NEW ORLEANS 11.65 21.00
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