The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00845
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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 27, 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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System ID: UF00028415:00845
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i ," TAXATION SYSTEM IS Red Cross i VolunteersReceive NEW REGISTRATION I I'I !!

100-Hour BadgeNine i To Fire Control Board I


Clewiston volunteer work- Governor Holland's office yesterday -

ers have completed a minimum of ALL REACHING 21 ,had appointed announced'Eugene that the M. governor Cornette IN NEWPROGRAM

100 hours of work for the Red ,
i of Clewiston as member of the _
Cross and have received a Red Cross
Gov. Holland and ,Lee i Volunteers Must Also i Everglades Fire Control Board for, May Be. Selected For
badge. These badges were givenby il!Hendry County. C. E .Miner is

national headquarters of the [the present member from Hendry.
Demand Strictest Register If Not Improvement To
,The in making
Red, Cross to workers who have governor new ap-
:pointments' for the board, had
Enforcement completed production work',-knitting InductedRegistration I
: ,named H. A. Bestor as the Hendry Class 3
or sewing-to' the extent. of member, but Mr. Bestor declined the

I one hundred hours or more. appointment.Mr. ,
Among the five hundred county of all men who have The' Civil Aeronautics Authorityhas
Receiving the badges were Mrs. Cornette has resided in Hen-
I reached the of 21 since October the'
officials who, attended a meetingin age placed present Clewiston
Tallahassee Tuesday morning IF. Deane Duff, Mrs. W. M. Brad- 16th, 1940, will be made by selec- dry County many years, coming airport, located adjacent to the golf
here three years ago from LaBelle,
regarding the new tax laws creat- nack, Mrs. M. M Prewitt, Mrs. W. tive service boards on July 1st. course, on a list of 19.1 airportsin
he is one of the owners and is
_ :- ed at the recent session of the leg- H. Lanier, Mrs. A. L. Hackett, Mrs. E. E. Kelly, chairman of the Hen- manager of the Hendry County Motors the United States to be surveyed

islature, were Clerk of Circuit Court H. R. Hall and Mrs. R. C. Wilson, dry County'' selective board, has announced local Ford dealer. with a view to construction and
'w. T. Hull; Superintendent of the following registration improvement under the defense pro-
and Mrs. R. 'Y. Patterson, chairman The fire board members met in
Public Instruction, C. E. Weaver; I requirements: ,I gram.
County Tax Assessor, Dennis Small; land Mrs. J. A. McGehee, treasurer Registration will be held in the 'Belle Glade last Friday morning for Senator Charles O. Andrews has

County Tax Collector, R. N. Miller;. of the local chapter. I I office of the local board, second I'[what was to have been their first advised the Clewiston News that

Chairman of School Board, A. O. An accurate record, has been floor Hopkins Building, Clewiston, meeting since the appointment of the CAA has money already appropriated -

Ward and Chairman of County on July 1st, between the hours of new members. However it was for the survey in its
kept of each item made by each
'i Board, J. O. Davidson. I chapter 7 a. m.: and 9 p. m. The board found that no quorum was presentand appropriation for the fiscal year
volunteer worker. The local
I the
group adjourned
Returning home from the state- urges that everyone register as 1941-42. From the 191 fields in
wide tax conference in Tallahassee has the chart showing the early in the day 'as possible.In [ meeting. At the time six members the U. S. to "be surveyed, 149 will

Tuesday, county officials are putting I amount of time which the average I had qualified and six constitutes be' selected for construction and
the LaBelle area, registrations -
a quorum. However, one of
I, into high gear the machinery I improvement. The selection of
worker requires to complete each
will be accepted in the office I j the' six S. R. of Okee-
I' directed by the new tax enforcement ( ( each field must be certified by the
various item. The record goes of Blitz Wegman at LaBelle
chobee, was unable to be present.
statutes requiring full cash value I defense authorities. It is' indicated -
'i assessments for property and I I back to include the first quota and tor Company. 1\10-1 I" The board had decided to post- that the Clewiston airport is

stringent collection features' among |I all work done since that time, so I Every man who has reached pone important action until a time slated for improvement.
age of 21 since last registration i
when the'governor could meet with
which are mandatory publication'of that when any worker reaches the 'The present airport Is listed as
day, October 16th, 1940, and whois that
the members. It is expected
-" the names of those who fail to pay of' class 1 and CAA plans list it for
goal 100 hours, ,she will receive not actually inducted into serv-
their taxes promptly and final sale another meeting ,will be called soon improvement to class 3. Class 1
her Volunteer Workers badge. ice, must register.It .
for the of organization.LAUDERDALE
of tax delinquent property-both purpose airfields have runways of 2,000

real and personal. There is also is necessary that all volunteerswho feet, and class 3' fields have run-

something else in these new tax have not yet been inducted into ways of 4,000 feet. Other improvements -

.laws-called to the attention of the LOCAL SCOUT TROOPIS service register, if they have INVITES are also made in class

assembly of approximately 500 reached the age of 21 before July 3 fields. These include installa-

county officials by State Comptroller 1st. I tion of ,a lighting system and a
J. M. Lee. It is section 41 of LEADER AT CAMP This second registration is nation-, GLADES CITIZENS TO weather station.

', the personal ,property assessment wide. Failure to register subjects'a Surveys for airport work in

law, which provides possible terms WITH OTHER GROUPSClewiston man to fine and imprisonment.Men Florida for the CAA is being done
in jail for officials who violate the who; do not live in Hendry CELEBRATION ON 4TH 1 by U. S. Engineers under super-

I provisions of the act. County but who are here and are vision of A. R. Broadfoot, engineerin

.' One of the pertinent points rais- Boy Scouts, accom- subject to register, may register charge of the Clewiston office.
ed by Comptroller Lee in his remarks -j Jpanied I' bjr their Scoutmaster Charles with the local board and their pa- Visitors from the Lake Okee-j'i Mr.: Broadfoot has just returned

was that compliance with I!W. Benson returned Sunday from aweek's pers will be forwarded to their chobee section will be from an inspection trip of surveysof
statutes full I home board for them. honored guests at the
requiring cash I 'airports at Melbourne, Titus-;
stay at Bear Point Camp '
be held in
celebration which will
: r- assessments should not increase the near Lake Placid. The Scouts had Registration ,here will be In' ville and Vero Beach. The Melbourne -

tax burden in as much as the law a successful week of real camp charge of" Miss Betty Spicer, chief Fort Lauderdale Friday, Saturdayand field is being made into a

'. directs the commissioners and life and many of them won ,ad- clerk of the selective service board Sunday, in celebration of the class '3 field, which is the'improve-
---- Fourth of Fort Lauderdale
school-boards to reduce the millagein ditional merit' badges jinscouting and members of the local board July. ment proposed .Cpr, the Clewiston
-' merchants ,ere ing tlve x>ete- '
proportion to increase ,in as- during their stay: will' assist her during the day. ", pponso 'field ...7;-.7t". = "
: bration have contacted the
sessment, "which will reduce :the.'take' and Hubert Land began 'survey yesterday -
The camp' site was on a bluff Clewiston Chamber of Commerceto
from the fellow who has I
for the airport site at Boca
overlooking 'Lake Placid, ,beau- Lake
been supporting 'government 10.. a extend their invitation Ratone. 'Valker'NaIl and Edward

these many rears'and distribute the tiful location. The life was genu- New Laws ExplainedBy region; residents. A. Bronson have been assigned to

burden to property" that has '.beent ine camp life, with the boys sleeping Free tickets to the barbecue, head survey parties on' the West

evading some part of its just tax outdoors under home-made tem- Local LegislatorBy .golf tournament and other ,entertainment Palm Beach municipal airport for
porary shelters, and cooking
load. features have been sent two weeks. "i'"heseparties ,are work-
Governor Spessard L. Holland, 'over an open fire. Mr. Ben- Elbert L. Stewart, 'I.to J. E. Beardsley's office here to ing out 'of the Clewiston office and

itr who also talked to the gathering, son reported that every scout will- 'Representative Hendry County be given to anyone who expects to ',.under its supervision.

" made it very plain that while he ingly' did the camp work assignedto I attend the celebration. The Fort I' The fiscal year of the govern
I 11 was prepared to' throw the full re- to l, obeyed rules of camp and Lauderdale merchants write that ment begins July 1st, and it is like-

(Continued on page 8)) the Clewiston troop had no disciplinary NEW LAWS PROVIDESFOR their slogan is "If you are,from the ly that the Clewiston field will be

I problems.The RE-REGISTRATION i Lake region the barbecue, tourna-: I listed for early surveying, since the

Charles Turner Wins camp is sponsored by Sunni- ment and entertainment featuresare money will be available at that

land Council, which obtained free At the 'request of a number of free, if not, it will cost ) time.
I 'ou.\\
,State F. F. A. AwardCharles I use of the land for the duration of citizens I prepared and passed dur- One hundred tickets were sent

the camping period. Last week ing 'the 1941 session of the legisla- will be given to any who apply for In
I there were 35 Scouts, 12 from ture a local law providing for re- them at Mr. Beardsley's office. Landscaping

Turner, Clewiston High Clewiston, the others from Troop 2, registration of all voters of Hendry I[r The purpose 'of the celebrationis New Residence SectionThe
Arcadia, Troop 9 of Fort Myers and this law'
School boy, won second place in County. In my opinion to cement the friendship be-
Troops 17 and 3 of Sarasota. Each view of the fact
the state contest in judging, dairy was necessary in tween the Lake Okeechobee peo-
, .. cattle at the FFA state conventionin group maintained its' own camp that there has been no reregistration ple and those on 'the coast.: Since United States Sugar Cor-

+ Gainesville last, week. His award with separate meals and sleeping since' the creation of the the recent opening of Road 26 to poration has begun a landscaping

was a silver medal' quarters. Saturday night a Camp county, and the registration booksare Fort Lauderdale and Miami, many program on the site of its new resi-
Fire was held and the entire group and have been for several advantage of the The
The Clewiston FFA. chapter was people are taking dence section for employees.
j represented by three boys, Charles of 35 Scouts took part. They vot- years, obsolete.:. shortened distance to visit and shopon site is located on the east side of

Turner, Philip McLeod and Robert ed Oliver Martinez of Clewiston the :The new law provides that every the lower East Coast. the street leading ,to the sugar
best all-round Camper, and Sher- citizen qualified to vote in Hen- four residences were
Hodges, who were accompanied by house, where
wood Hall, also of Clewiston the
their instructor, Joel P. Keen. dry County, must re-register to vote James Wynn Injured recently completed and occupied.The .
second best Camper. Dewitt, Fara-
There were, 124 chapters represented in any election, whether primaryor grounds have been levelled
bee of Fort Myers was voted the
at the convention, and best-looking scout and Oliver general election. The county 'In Army Maneuvers and lawns are growing rapidly
each chapter entered a livestock commissioners are required to pro- since the recent rains. Dozens of
Martinez the second.
} judging team of three boys. The vide new books, records, and'what- trees have been set out during the
member of the
Every Clewiston
local team placed 28th among the ever is necessary to I carry out this James Wynn, private in Uncle past week. These are ficus nitida,

124th. Each team judged dairy group won the emblem presentedby registration, and they will probably Sam's Army stationed at Fort Ben- a type of rubber tree which is
the, council to each Scout who
and beef cattle, hogs, sheep, poul- take this action at their next meeting ning, Ga., is now recuperating in sometimes erroneously called "Cu-
try and horses.. The high scoring qualified by passing' certain tests It is the aim of the officialsto a, government hospital at Camp ban laurel." "
on general Scout 'life, certain work
team was from Leonia in West make these registration books Forest, Tennessee, from injuries received -I The large plot of ground near
around and
camp in
Florida, which scored 1412 points; Camp Fire program. convenient to all sections of the during the army's summer the sugar house was planted recently -
'the'Clewiston team scored .1224 county. Assistant registration supervisors war maneuvers. of
I in lemon grass, as part
On before
Sunday the boys returned be in I
points. will appointed, Mr. and Mrs. A.I of the lemon
home, a 'Court of Honor James' parents, the expansion program
I Charles Turner made a score of whose care the, books will be. We notified Saturday residentswere
P. Wynn, were planyngs. Many
was held. Junior Assistant Scout- grass
98 in the dairy cattle judging hope 'that all citizens i will bear in watchingthe
con- master Bobby Broadfoot received night that James had been injured quite interested in
test. mind that no previous county reg- the hos- which were i
in accident and
merit badges, for life saving, bird an was planting operations
istration will entitle them to vote,
architecture pital at the camp. They left at accomplished by machine-one ma-
study, leathercraft and
I USO Campaign I (Continued on Page 8) I and that everyone must register in once for his bedside. They found chine planting six rows at a time,

the new books. No present or him Improving from a number of making the hole, setting the plant,
former records will be used in any which he received it.and packing the, soil
! ': Is Still Short D. S. HERBERTSON RECEIVES very tough bruises watering
I SECOND LIEUT. COACVOSSION election. :when an army "jeep buggy," around it. All these operations were

I I __ I am sure the registration of- as the transport cars are called in carried on by the machine simul-

, The drive for $200.00, Clewis- David S. Herbertson, former ficer and the assistants will' arrange which he was riding, overturned.He taneously in six rows

ton's goal in the U. S. O. campaign Clewiston resident, who was calledto to have the books at a convenient remained unconscious for eight

} which is scheduled to close July service several months ago, has place, located in each election I[hours following the accident, but SUGAR EMPLOYEES' TO HAVE

4th, is still short of attaining the just graduated from the Seacoast precinct before any election is had recovered when his parents LONG HOLIDAY WEEK-ENI?
desired amount. A. W. Lawrence, Artillery School at Fort Monroe, to be held, and I sincerely hope I reached his bedside. They remained __ C (

'J v treasurer of the campaign, is still Virginia, and received his commis- no one will, be inconvenienced in with him a few, days, and The United States Sugar Corporation

seeking donations and hopes that sion as second lieutenant.Lt. bringing our election 'records up to returned ,to Clewiston Wednesday.Mr. will keep its offices and .'

t the goal will be reached in a few Herbertson was a ,member of f i date.More and Mrs. Wynn were most commassaries closed July' 4th and

days. the 623 Coast Artillery Reserve, next week.If appreciative of the excellent care 5th and will suspend all work in *

Bringing the total to date to 1 and was recalled to service while I which the soldiers receive at the the field and shops during those'

$148.60, three.. donations have been. serving as a draftsman in the localU. all the indentation and shoresof hospital, and the courtesy of the days. w>

listed since the last report. They ,S. Engineer office. He is now all"th islands belonging to I officers and the hospital person- This will permit all employees'to

l are: assigned to the 13th Coast Artilleryand I Florida were put in a straight line, nel. James will remain in the enjoy 'a long holiday week-end

I" T. E. Markette, H. A. Bestor, Mr. stationed at Fort Barrancas, it would extend half way aroundthe ,Camp Forest hospital until able to :with time off from Thursday afternoon -

and Mrs. J. A. Stone. near Pensacola, Florida. globe at the equator [return to his unit at Fort Benning. till Monday, morning. i idr






of Thought I I Self Defense ProgramIn -I :THE Cf' RVUi.\ CHEKUft. t

This world ther
are the fields of combat G- seems r

SEAS the winds, but when they these days when the doctrine that "might is right" 'seems to be strung e. to .me.;

sweep along some flowery enjoying a boom, individuals as well as nations seem to need a self- lly wy in life is often

coast, their wings move mildly, P R F EN defense program. The ideal technique of defense for the average man rcv h.

and their rage is lost.Dryden.Labor or woman is jiu-jitsu. In this series of photos, made at the Bothner Gym- "think til '
to keep alive in your Washington, D. C. nasium in New York, Lou Leonard, physical director, and Miss SicannMarloiv though get
breast that little spark of ce-
enact the two attach and defense
lestial fire called conscience.- IF I c't..Tjv "t live long
United States is getting much
George Washington.A .
better co-operation from some of our enoutfk. .
moral, sensible, and well-bred man South American neighbors than has (t'1ttAn ) I;
Will not affront me,and no other can. f
-William Cowper. leaked out to the public. Ii
,When Portugal protested to the -
Take rest; a field that has
United States against Roosevelt'sfireside \
rested gives a bountiful crop.- chat hinting the seizure of 4I( ,

Ovid. the Azores, the Brazilian govern- rfi
yv Nfj r
Knowing what to do is wis- ment immediately got in touch with qr :f

dom. Going ahead and doing it the U. S. state department. The : ( '..'" /

is applied common sense. Portuguese had sent the Braziliansa WNU Service.

copy of their protest, and Brazil : V

asked us what reply we were goingto 'iiio
yf r, r r
Your Dreams May Tell make. GET
Ambassador Caffrey in Rio de Janeiro c THISBIBlE
t fy Y 'r//
{ o
Secrets About Yourself immediately showed Foreign V 'iCGG.G' ,

Minister Aranha a summary of our i, 9M1

"LUCKY ,"that,he thinks was just"or I'd a teered proposed to send reply,Portugal and Aranha exactly volun-the rcsriL4 VA: ,: / i js FREE!

same answer-telling them it was
lose my job. 1 /
# ;
tdi4m 4'r
But he's wrong. No dream is vital to the safety of the Western For over 70 years,
that the Azores be in
Often it reveals hemisphere ful
"just a dream. users have preferredWintersmith'sTonic
something in yourself that you friendly hands, and that Brazil could : ;i. for
never knew-and perhaps should. not afford to see the islands taken :Malaria. We want YOU

by the Axis. to try Wintersmith's ,
Dreams can really help when ,"" ,"' '"

you take them to heart. You may This message was sent: which b_._, '... mmn_ ,___' "n.. _,._ ______ ___ ___ '__..'...._ therefore complete offer 761-page you this e j
that Brazil will
Holy Bible. FREE, if
.""""' the United States if and when 1. As a.first step in her self-defense 2. She presses the arm back, grips you'll send us two

the time comes to occupy the program, Miss Marloiv blocks his biceps with her right hand email Wintersmithcarton

Azores. also has been the blow of Lou's cudgel with and shifts her right foot behindhis carton tops top(or). largo Just
Argentina more cooperative -
her forearm. right foot. mail to Wintersmith
than ever despite the die- Chemical
Co., Inc.,
hard efforts of our Rocky Mountain 650 Hill Street,
congressmen to prevent the impor- p Louisville.Kentucky.WinieRSMITH'S.
tation of Argentine canned beef. Ar-

gentine sentiment is overwhelmingly

anti-Hitler and pro-Roosevelt. The

Argentines are much stronger for /v Wt i llIwp.

LII LIIt Roosevelt than for the United States, I /
and have their fingers crossed as to ( ( p

what may happen after Roosevelt AAIi4ajM
leaves office.

Dakar and Robin Moor. : tjyyr Manners of Country

For approximately one month There ought to be a system of
: however, all White House advisers manners in nation which
Should He Ignore His Dream? every a
have agreed that the Azores were well-formed mind
would be disposed -
I dream of stains, inkspots, becauseyou're far: less important than Dakar and to relish. To make us love
the coast of West Africa. That is y v9yw
i feeling guilty about some- our country, our country ought to
I thing. Thinking out what it is what makes the sinking of the Robin be lovely.-Burke.

I might relieve you greatly. Moor by a .Nazi submarine so doubly -

significant. .:
Instead of lightly dismissing these Despite the menace of Dakar, w, n 6 $OR MINOR CUTS AlfD SCRATCHESPENETRO
dreams, use them to help solve :your problems presidential advisers have been worried 7 110
Our 32-page booklet gives the,sci- as to what we should do aboutit. a :. J
entific explanations for several dreams-
To take Dakar from the French :
; flying, falling off a cliff, running from r J
i t wild animals and other typical dream situ- and to hold it against all comers
;i ations. Tells why some dreams are "pro- would require rrfdre men than the
i phetic." ,For your copy send your y Cynic's Knowledge
j 50,000 in the U. S. marine corps. It
I order to: would require an expeditionary ,The cynic is the one who knows

s force from the regular arm : the price of everything and the
: value of nothing. Oscar Wilde.DON'T .
READER-ROME SERVICE And while such troops are avail-

I 635 Sixth Avenue New York City able, the bottoms to transport them

Enclose 10 cents In coin for your are something else again. Once before -

I copy of THE MEANING OF the British urged us not to get 3. Then it is just a matter of applying 4. And down he goes, flat on his BE BOSSED

: DREAMS. mixed up in the South Atlantic be- pressure quickly. One back., An opponent thrown with

cause it would divert, our navy from smart jerk and Lou is thrown off such force usually has the fight BY YOUR LAXATIVE-RELIEVE
the Atlantic.
his feet. knocked out of him.
The sinking of the Robin 'Moor, .When you feel gassy, headachy, logy
however, has played directly into due to clogged-up bowels, do as millions
the hands of those who have been do-take Feen-A-Mint at bedtime. Next
,. frA'3'"yd morning-thorough, comfortable relief,
urging the President to adopt the ttVI
helping you start the day full of your
strongest policy in the South Atlantic normal energy and pep, feeling like a
and, if necessary, land troops. on million! Feen-A-Mint doesn't disturb
the bulge of Africa.CATHEDRAL s .,y +a .?. Xw your night's rest or interfere with work the
next day. Try Feen-A-Mint, the chewinggum
L X OF AGRICULTUREPaul laxative,yourself.It tastes good, it's
4Io and economical... family supply
handy a
dIeS IO BA H. Appleby, diminutive, didactic costs only
[ undersecretary of agriculture FEEN-A-MINT
made a flying trip to'Nebraskathe '' 10 ?

other day which had some interesting -

; inside background.
Painfully Good
Purpose of the trip was to set ,,
Effect of Extremes Some people are so painfully
Where the vivacity of the intel- up what some agricultural hands good that they would rather be
call "Cathedral of in
lect and the strength of the pas- a Agriculture" right than be pleasant.-L. C. Ball.WNU'7 .
sions exceed the development of Lincoln, Neb. What Appleby was ;: ii.j'iS
: ) ,
the moral faculties the characteris working on was a plan to pool all of \' <
the different federal agricultural <
likely to be embittered or cor- ;
agencies under one roof and underone ,; j ': Af U
rupted by extremes, either of ad- GOOD
director' at Lincoln. "
versity on prosperityJameson.INDIGESTION: ,: 'h \ STORES DRUG \
These were to include the AAA, ya' ryyl. J' l

Rural Electrification administration, \ a LARGE yyeOnlE

soil conservation, farm security, extension :, YuLN,-.I a
service, farm debt adjust- /> 9'y .:Y."t;>. '=4''.:? \/55rxoAryv 555 \w'G 1Y42 itso Iv i4yt a

may affect the Heut ment, and so on. The plan was to 'th0 I
Ou tripped In tho stomach or gullet may act like ;
balr-trljger on the heart. At the first sign of duties make the state of Nebraska a guinea a fi .
aet smart cat men free and No women laxative depend but on made Bell-of ans the Tablet friteslaettag to- pig to test the idea. All of these uultlllgS 'CessedRettelLRHEUMATISMS
medicine known for acid Indigestion,
different farm representatives would
FJBST DOSE doesn't prove BeH-u better. return
bottle to us and recelTe DOUBLE Maney D&ck.BUREAU 25e. then report to one director in Lin- R

coln rather than to Washington.

However, the proposed Nebraska
director Cal ,.:%yy Criaa'YOYrrM.....,..+. tea j.;. 26--41
was Ward, regional :;".,,;<,,;-'>">""">'<".w" '' >iwa;;' 'oi;wwr, ;;; ; ::"'7-1

supervisor of farm security. And although Above: Lou grabs Miss Marlow Outlook Is Virtue

: OFSTANDARDS working for a Democratic about the neck. She gets her arm One's outlook is a part of his vir
administration, he is branded as a tue.-Amos Bronson Alcott.
staunch Republican. His selection inside his and then (upper right)

: therefore caused opposition from va- snaps her hands to his biceps,

rious federal farm representativesin throws, her weight backwards, andbrings

Nebraska who didn't want to join her right foot to his midrifffw J
> ,, ;
"Cathedral of -
e A BUSINESS any Agriculture" under -

organization which, wantsto Cal Ward.
the Chief objector was Fred Wallace, Help Them Cleanse the Bloodof
get most for the
chairman of the Nebraska AAA, andit Harmful Body Waste

money sets up standards was to bring him into line that Your kidneys are constantly filtering
: by which to judge what Appleby flew out to Nebraska. waste matter from the blood stream.But
Appleby had first ordered Wallaceto kidneys sometimes lag in their work-do _
: is offered to it, just as in not act as Nature Intended-fail to remove -
Washington. But Wallace refused. impurities that, if retained, may'
Washington the y / 1. sr poison the system B&dset tho whole
govern- Even after Appleby flew out to see ;tyri body machinery.
'<. ment maintains a Bureauof him, he could not make Wallace Symptoms may be nagging backache
persistent headache attacks of dizziness: ,
"I'm interested in
Standards. budge. an agri- setting up nights swelling, puffiness.
cultural program, ,not a lot of bureaucracy under the eyes-a feeling' of nervous

', : You can have,your own ," Wallace s3id. anxiety Other and signs loss of kidney of pep rr and bladder strength.dis-

" / Bureau of Standards too. Appleby stayed an extra day, order are sometimes b :'ni 1::, ccaity .:r
too frequent urination.
flew back
finally to Washington. His There should be no doubt that prompt
Just consult the advertising
"Cathedral of Agriculture" for Ne- \ treatment is wise than neglect. Use

columns of your news- braska definitely sidetracked.Note Doan'friends Pills.for Doan more have than been forty winningnew years.

Secretary of Agriculture avA>.,w,.., n They have a nation-wide leputation.
paper. safeguardyour Are recommended by grateful people theGems
Wickard has been :
looking around to
country over. Ask your neighbor!
purchasing power'every find a new berth for his undersecretary Continuing the backward motion, Miss Marlow's body rolls to the I
.' day of every year. -outside of the agriculture department
ground from a sitting position to a reclining one. Simultaneously the

right leg,stiffens and the "attacker" takes a beautiful nose-dive. I

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rLE4A2SCREEN ? Offering Information

I on Various SubjectsThe


Questions j The Answer

". ehi'_ 10 1. How many times has the National 1. Fifteen times.

By VIRGINIA VALE league pennant, gone to the 2. Griselda
was proverbial for
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New York Giants? patience.

T HE; motion picture' industry 2. In old romances, the lady 3. Northern Africa (modern Mo-

turned out recently to do called Griselda is proverbial for rocco and part of Algeria).

honor to Harry Carey in cele- her what? 4. According to St. Thomas

3. Where was the ancient country Aquinas, the seven capital sins are
bration of his completing a
yearof called Mauritania? vainglory, avarice, gluttony; lust,
making 'motion pictures- 4. What are the capital sins? sloth, envy and anger.

"The Shepherd of the Hills," 5. Brian Boru was the king and 5. Brian Boru was king and heroof

his latest, is his 305th. He's hero of what people? the Irish (1002-14).

long been one of the most be- 6. What is the highest temperature 6. A temperature of 134 degreesat

ever'recorded by the weather Greenland.ranch, Death Valley
be- ,
loved men :in Hollywood,
bureau in the United States? Calif., on July 10, 1913.
cause he's one of the most

human. Not many people at the

celebration knew of one of the nicest

things he ever did. The Indians who
work on his ranch (he homesteadedit Embroideries to Make You Proud I

himself) had never seen the sea;

when he learned that, some years I

ago, he and his wife piled them all flower motifs. The crocheted edg-

into trucks and drove' miles to showit ing will be found easy, too.

to them! *
--7 Pattern 6893 contains a transfer patternof
a motif 7'/2 by 19> inches
2 motifs
AND SO THEY ARE MARRIED Red Skelton was so eager to play 7Ji by 12'/2 inches; directions/2 for; edging;
(See' Recipes Below.) one of the three sailors in Metro's illustrations of stitches; materials needed.

"Panama Hattie"thathecampaigned Send your order to:
went around with Sewing Circle Needlecraft Dept.
Intermittent glances at the third his pockets full of 82 Eighth Ave. New York
And the business of cook-
finger of left hand, as you '
your cigars, and when- Enclose 15 cents in coins for Pat

; leave the church and hurry home- ing for, two begins! Feeding your ever he met 'one of tern No...........

ward to greet guests" remind you husband of will be an importantpart the executives involved NameAddress...............................
that "Mrs. and your new life-really essential V' '
you're a now to the smooth sailing of ?\ 4 he'd hand .............................
+ :you've never been so happy! out a cigar and say
You're too thrilled and excited to the ship of matrimony. So next "Vote for me for

I even think about food,, but friends week,Lynn will devote her entire 'Panama Hattie.' "

I \"fflIII/( ,, and relatives and column to recipes that will help Then they pre-
Q your new husband you "hold your man. They'llbe Y: 'Be S:.
viewed "Lady WORLD'2
especially, simple enough beginner Good," in which
4'7rare' more than too. Red Skelton ,
I Skelton's a sensa-
1t7J \\ to
likely eager tion. "Panama ,Hattie's" producer,
\ of the
partake distinctive Bake in hot oven (450 degrees F.) Arthur Freed, sent Skelton a ,box of PLEASANT dreams are assured Honesty Gains

(r JII'i 'I\ very refreshments that 15 'to 20 minutes. Separate, spread cigars and a note saying, "Red, when sheets and pillow cases When ,rogues fall out, honest
l bottom half with soft butter and you're elected. After 'Lady Be
\ embroidered with these
: \, "Mom" has spent are lovely men come by their own.
1 some of peaches. Place other hall Good' you're the one who deserves
weeks .
planning.And on top. Spread with butter and remaining 'the cigars."
later when recall the
you '"
peaches garnish with '
; ;\
wedding reception, if details have
whipped cream. Cut into individual air's
The producer of the "step-
been worked out and
sanely care-
servings. Serves 8. Other fresh mother" serial auditioned dozens of
fully beforehand know that
fruits may be substituted for aspirants for the role of a twoyearold.
extra after- --
yours was an special C
wedding 'party. peaches. Then he happened to catch
Dainty rolled sand- Alice Sherrie Goodkin's baby imita-
asparagus There is old tradition that the
an Uncle Ezra
wiches and a luscious peach short- tions on the programand -
luckiest sort of bride's cake is one
she got the part.
cake with iced hot
an or beverage,
baked in a ring-symbolic, like the X
I are sure to satisfy gay young appetites -
gold band that is slipped on her Ray Milland and Brian Aherneare
I as well as appeal to the elders' KISSIHG THE BRIDE!
taste for "something different." finger for the first time at her wed. starring with Claudette Colbertin 9 ,.

) Deck ding, of the endless quality of true "Skylark.", ,Mil- Since Colonial days it has been
the table with
'fresh flowers.
I love.[ This cake ''is cut by the bride
A land was a boy soprano good American custom to kiss /
fitting is of
centerpiece a replica
and ,served to the guests as part pi childin
I I''' the .bride's bouquet .,:one exactly the wedding, feast, and is quite: different "Wales when-but a ;:jn 12 the blushing bride after the

I like that which she carried to the from' the rich fruit cake thatis years of acting 'in minister'has said ., .-'"I now
altar. A
sophisticated crepe paper given to the guests to carry away.It pictures he's never fik wyryr > pronounce you man and wife"
bridal couple will complete the table -;; _
is cake like white cakeor
a light a note. Aherne \
decorations. sung a And it's an equally good and equally I _
cake and is frosted with
sponge never would, sing as r l{ pleasant American custom to enjoy :
Asparagus Rolled Sandwiches. all the curlicues and rosettes that
a child, or even a the fine full flavor and mild fra..
Remove crusts from a loaf of the home cook
can manage he's always -
youth-and grance of King Edward, America'smost
sandwich bread and cut in one-fourth I
: : This cake brings luck to the having to sing'
popular cigar. Try King
inch lengthwise slices. Butter slices for it contains coin
a ring, a before the camera.In Edward today and be convinced
and cut in half. In each piece :
place and a key signifying marriage, "Skvlark" he has '"
a stalk of asparagus. Roll bread wealth and happiness to those who w'.j;q
to sing the
sea chanBrian for
carefully, pressing well along buttered find them. If you haven't a ring- Aherne .

edge to hold it securely. Sprin- shaped pan, you can bake the cakein tey Down, "Blow," for the five Man minutes-and it's 5

tf kle asparagus with a little salt and an angel-food cake pan or in an during astorm at sea. Well, that's I 4 I li-I ii''I1 :IiEeAL

I' paprika before rolling bread, if de ordinary cake pan,with the ring out Hollywood for you!
i sired. ,lined in contrasting frosting. The J--

: The number of sandwich loaves bride's and bridegroom's initials in
Here's'RKO Radio's list of 14 new
and the amount of
asparagus tips contrasting frosting may be used for '
you will need will, of course, de- further decoration. players whom they believe you'll'want

pend upon the length of your guest I to keep seeing on the screen;
list. Bride's Cake. i they'll appear in 1941-42, productions -

Peach Shortcake.v ,1 cup sifted cake flour I : Signe Hasso, Dorothy Com- -- BIG 1 OUNCE

3 cups sifted flour Vi teaspoon salt mingore, Ruth Warrick, Anne Hunter /!! -

1 teaspoon salt 1 cup (8 to 10) egg whites Michel Morgan, Frances, Neal, P .

3 teaspoons double-acting baking 1 teaspoon cream of tartar Ginny Simms, Joan Carroll, James ;; BOTTLE 0FHINDS

powder 1% cups sifted granulated sugar Craig, Edmond O'Brien, Joseph Cot- I ,

\'z cup butter or other shortening % teaspoon vanilla ton, Dennis O'Keefe, Paul Ham-

z/t cup milk V teaspoon almond extract mond, Philip Reed. Keep track of

* ll/z quarts sliced peaches, Sift flour once, measure and sift them, if you're interested in seeing

sweetened four ,more times. Beat egg whites how stellar material is developed;

and salt with flat some hit the heights, others
Sift flour once, measure, add bak- may
wire whisk. When ,r, won't. You'll be the real judges! \
ing powder and salt, and sift again. add HONEY & ALMOND CREAM
foamy creamof -- ---
Cut in shortening; add milk all at ?-

once and stir carefully until all flouris tinue tartar and con- Some of these players might be \ Regular $1 size
beating until
dampened. Then stir vigorously called stars now, of course; James limited time only-
until mixture forms a soft dough eggs are Craig, who clicked as the young doc-
and follows spoon around bowl,Turn enough up tor in "Kitty Foyle," is to becomea

out immediately on slightly floured in peaks, but not star in "Unexpected Uncle"; Ed-

". board and knead 30 seconds. Roll dry. Fold in sug- mond O'Brien had one of the four
Defeats Justice Immortality
ar carefully, 2 tablespoons -
one-fourth inch thick. Place half in at a time, until all is used. stellar roles in "Parachute Battal- Justice tempered with too much I All men desire to be immortal. I
ungreased round cake pan; brush ion." But it's the public, not the becomes -Parker.
Fold in flavoring. Then sift small mercy injustice.
with melted butter. Place remaining studio, that has the final word in
amount of flour mixture and
half on top and butter top well. over these things; fortunes have been lost
I fold in
carefully; continue until all
in attempts to cram "stars" down
is used. Pour batter into ungreased
LYNN SAYS the public's throat, when the public
: cake
angel-food pan or ringshapedpan
stayed away from the resulting
and bake in slow
a oven. Beginat
pictures in droves. Let's hope
In regard to after-wedding par- 275 degrees F. After 30 minutes
ties, plan RKO's choice is a good one! If bake at home
a menu, that's simple increase heat slightly (325 degrees); --?"---- you use
and easy to serve, yet appetizingand bake 30 minutes more. Remove

delicious to eat. from oven; invert pan 1 hour. After you girls see Paramount',
Since the proverbial color "The Parson of Panamint" you may
scheme for the bride's table is Frosting. all be wearing your hair "a la El-

green and white, plan to use % cup sweetened condensed milk Drew"; that's the name the actresses -

white flowers for the centerpiece; 4 tablespoons butter in the picture gave the hair-

if candles are used, they may 1 teaspoon vanilla do which Ellen Drew adapted from
be white or green. 3/4 cups sifted confectioners' (4X) the one the studio found was au-' YEAST .

It is customary for the bride sugar (about) thentic for the year 1892, in, which

,r. to throw her bouquet to her attendants Cream sweetened condensed milk the picture is laid. Ellen agreedto
and butter together. Add vanilla, a
l prior to her departureon the necessary pompadour, but
the wedding trip. blending well. Add sifted confectioners' -: added a small curl right in the cen- F.f rsCH

Since the excitement and emo- smooth sugar and gradually light in ,color.beating This until ter of her forehead, and the style ,A.E Sj N s arA.l
tional strain will was made official for the film. Jf
> undoubtedly ha8yr,
up- frosting may be tinted color by
the any Charlie Ruggles stars in the picture.
set bride
not be able
addition of
a speck of food coloring. The
to --7 n o oo ;
thoroughly enjoy her
own re Pale tints are most attractive. I
ception. For that reason Connie Boswell, of the Bing Cros- oroaoy'"u J
a pieceof Spread on cold cake. Makes enough Household Favorite r
the cake should be cut and frosting to cover tops of two 9-inch by program, has invented a new ;

wrapped for the couple to take layers or top and sides of ring- game. It's called polo tennis. Con- of Four Generations! / J

with them on their honeymoon.The shaped cake, or about 24 cup cakes. nie, who is unable to walk, workedout

table decorations should be Make the letters of corresponding or the idea of having the players ,+

saved for her to have on her re contrasting ride large tricycles, and everybody S ,
frosting by means of a ; w
'e is enthusiastic about it.
turn. pastry tube.Released wh' ; clayed

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FItIDAI'IUtiE 27. 1941

The Clewiston News I 1S1.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:N.I.H. .N.N.N..N.N.N..N.N..N..........N.N..N..N..N..N..N..NIN. .11..N.N.N.N.N.N..N N..N......N..M..N.>... 'naval R. O. T. C', unit, and at the who depend on

: cane ,pole fishing
., : close of the
year was chosen
among for
part their food
... 50 Freshmen ,and 35 Sophomoresand supply, to fish

Published every Friday in Clewiston, r...!.- TOO LATE TO =: Juniors for a three weeks' without fish in their a license home as long as they

Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS' .:. 't. course at 'a naval station. county. Chil-
Inc. .. o dren under 15 and residents 65 '
: The unit
is at the naval train-
'.s". 'CLASSIFY..t. ing station at ,Corpus ChristI part years old from or more, as before, 'are.
: exempt
KEATHM3Y BOWDEN Editor .. licenses.
.:., of their course is courses given at
: -.. .. Holders of a resident
the station license
: 'and part of It is aboard ,
Entered as second cl.iss mall matter ship. Due to prevailing conditions, which until June 30, 1941, sells

Clewiston February,1,Florida 1927. at, under the Pest the Office Act of in 't''t' By .RUSSELL. KAY the usual longer cruise is not being for $2,00, are not required to pur-

March 3, 1897..sub.erlptl.on '':'' Y taken by 'the naval. R. O. T. C. chase a new resident state fish-

':' L President Florida Press Association :X units this year. ing license, until the current license ,

.:.. ,. ..,,........... ................._. .,. ,. . .. . _ .t.. expires. Thus
: .. a resident
..... ...... ..U.d.. . . ..u.u..U.d.U.d.U.U.u.. .. . .. ..... ......
Kn e ,$"-.OO Per Year .-. .-.-.- ------- -------- .-.- .-.-. ..7" .x.. :-:.' who purchased
a $2.00 license"since

Advertiiilnfc Hates On, Application. When I was a kid we used to straight-jacket and snarls nasty First Bank: Clewiston June, 1940, will not need a new

have a smart crack that went some- cracks at .:Mr. Stalin figurin' he's license until the old license ex-

thin' like this-If it takes fifty safe since Joe Selling Defense: Bonds pires 12'
Devoted to the advancement and welfare is a long way off at months. from the date it

: of Clewiston/ and Hendry County.MEAVBER I thousand yards of calico to make a the moment, while In "Ethiopia Halle: i c ..." was Issued. ..

night-shirt I for a baby elephant, how Selassie sits on his throne and] Defense bonds-In] In addition to the license fee,
r long will it take a mosquito with a roars like an :M-G-M' lion as hfc amounts vary- which
.goes to the
'I" ing from $18.75 -upwards Commission,
wooden leg to kick a hole six inches watches the buzzards feast on the are now there is a 25-cent
on sale at the charge for issuing'the
Bank of Clew-
FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATKW\N\ deep in a cake of Ice? Accordingto remains of what Virginio Gayda told license
I iston, ,}}S well-aat post offices, it which is the County
\ ASSOCIATION the wisdom of that particular
y. us was to be another Roman Em- Judge's fee
19-4- .. was -announced':'i'thls 'week. The as established by law.
day the answer was-No matter pire. In alleged unoccupied Franc'
] Clewiston bank'- ha$ qualified to act The new law also includes the
How dark and stormy. the night may the Vichy goevrriment clicks; its run-
as agent for: 'the* '/government. and St. Johns River south .of Jackson-
be, can always' break a of down heels the
you pane and gives Nazi salute -
,WE HANG UP A RECORD has received ts--first supply of the ville, Lake Okeechobee, and Lake
with hatchet-And Little while
glass FREE Frenchmen occupy '
< .
bonds. Istokpoga in the
'waters of the
Audrey would laugh and laugh be- Damascus.
tMoore Haven Democrat cause she knew all the time that These bonds are issued by the State where a license will be .required -
We believe something of a ,rec,: Here In this country the Com for fishing for fresh
elephants didn't wear night-shirts. treasury of the United States and water
ord for performance in a ,country munists are runnin' around 'in cir- the fish after July 1., These
money from- their' ,
Screwy? Of course It's 'screw. $, received sale
cles and pullin' their hair out I
print shop was set in the Democrat is legally classed as'"salt
being : waters"
used 'for
defense .
ask it ain't bit
but if me a purposes.An
office this past week-end during you the roots tryin' to figure out whether -, have previously been
bond to
I worse than the mess in Europe and $18.75 matures in 10 open un-
the printing of, 15,000 copies of, the to keep'on strikin' or go back and : restricted fishing.
years hasia value of $25 at
it makes just as much sense. ma-
of Uncle Sam takes another
Sugar Cane Press a newspaper turity. At time, 60' The new license law
after which
the, They; been choosin' up sides over 1 look at Harry Bridges and wonders. any days was
free distribution' published by' the bond maY be 'cashed designed to equalize the
for the
there for now and still nobody respon-
Corporation for" if he should "not cross him beforehe '
United States Sugar knows whose side who is on or if same amount paid for it. sibility among the sportsmen of, the
comes to him" "burn him
its colored employees.The he is how long he'll be there. behind." Earl Browder or The bank, of course, receives no ,State for paying for fish conser-

paper is printed, four pagesat Now the headlines tell us that swings by compensation for its service in the vation work, according to Ken-
his tail in the jail house and yells
a time ..on'a Babcock drum Mr. Hitler has "declared war" -on "Who's Now?" and Mess- sale of these bonds, and is handl- nedy, was co-sponsored by the Flor-

cylinder press. In preparing for Russia. I, could understand his In- era Wheeler Looney have ing them as a patriotic act and for ida Wildlife Federation, its affiliated -
the press-work, which is a good vadin' Russia and helpin' himselfto Lindbergh to the convenience of the public. conservation and sports-
stop and count their change while
sized job for a country shop, we this and that, but I can't imaginehim men's groups, and the State Com-
they try to make their so-called
put the customary new tempen on takin' time out to actually "de- minds" who they're up gonna be for. $l Fishing LicensesTo Fish.mission of Game and Fresh Water ,
the The tempen stayed
press. "
clare war. It just don't make any
white as the driven snow for 4,994 If it's gonna be a free-for-all,
I'll admit been
sense. he's goin'around Go On Sale In
impressions. The 4,995th one; slip- J' swell-but my advice is "don't lay
kickin' people in the shins Florida Ports Make,
too heavy a bet Joe." We'd bet-
smeared. on
ped and the tempen was
and crackin' 'em on the conk, but State Dn July FirstFlorida's
Perfect performance for/ press and, ter stay in John Bull's corner and
everybody knows it was just in fun.
Startling Comeback
pressman, since the, press has no give him all the help we can be-
Then Little Adolph and Little Joe
throw-off and any error in feeding tween rounds. Joe and Adolph .
the kind of folks and the
are same I new dollar fishing licenses ---
in twisted and may make a play at mussin' each
results a paper a
best of pals, so 'why would they be I' which la\i\ was enacted at Tampa, June 25FNSFlorida -
other but it's take nice
smeared tempen! up gonna a
fightin' when they both live on the handful of American fist and melee. the recent session of the Legisla- ports, hard hit a year ago be-

The press will actually print,- i same side of the railroad track? ture, will go on sale July 1st in cause of curtailed trade with Eu-'
Adolph be able to dish it
with time allowed for putting on j 1'I I may be nuts, but it looks tome but if may like up, Hendry County at the office of ,rope, have made a startling comeback -
we keep goin' we are
papers and taking them off, orsmoking like a nice little trick to divert now we'll find out in a few months County Judge R. M. Harris, and will I and figures released by the
a cigarette-about 1000 John Bull's attention and get him be sold beginning July 1 by county U. S. Customs office reveal that
whether he can "take it" or not-
impressions an hour. The above to lower his guard so they can judges and their authorized agents I customs collections for the Federal
and is NOT!
record means about 5 hours of'I l soak him on the button when he's my guess throughout the state, ,according to Government for May totaled $587-

perfect performance. Fred Jenkinswas i lookin'_ the other way. I- I. 1\[. Kennedy, executive secretaryof 533 as compared with $377,376 the

feeding the press' during, two- I But anyhow, the' turn of event W. C. Owen Jr. On the commission of game and ,corresponding month last year.
thirds of the time Waller ,
Brown' I I certainly adds up to one grand and fresh- water fish, Tallahassee. The 'gain is credited to increased j

relieved him at supper-time and For ,months now I All residents fishing' in the fresh .
iglQrious, Training CampCruiseW. business at home as well as an improved
about ten o'clock that night his
the Communists have been doin' waters of the State of Florida: with I business with our neighboring -
hand slipped for the first time. I
I everything in their power to keep rod and reel or artificial lures are I Latin-American nations. There
We take off hats both '
our to (I this country from givin' aid to .. C. Owen, Jr., son of Mr. and required to have a license under are good indications that the improvement "
I i
Fred and Brown, and to the press,
a' ![I Britain and now Mr. Hitler returns Mrs W. C. Owen of Clewiston, is 'the new law, which, however, exempts will continue under government !
for such performance. We j !
I II thev favor by givin' 'em a nice spending three weeks at Corpus ,those p rS'ons' fishingwith plans which call for'" the
suspect Fred and Brown were try-I
'[,healthy sock in the puss. "You Christi, Texas, as a member of the a single pole and line in the county. increased fuse of railroads while
ing to show off, since their boss
can't do that to me," Stalia naval training unit of Tulane Uni- of their legal residence. This pro- ships are used for shorter hauls
Carr Settle, is in the hospital. But I
the couldn't have known I|screams, and to get even he turns versity. Young Owen, who is a vision allows the "barefoot boy," between ports, according to Allle 'J.

press about that.That's anything around and tries to slap Finland to freshman at Tulane, enrolled in the who fishes for recreation, and those Angle, Collector of Custom:

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a record we are proud to Mr. Churchill" is punch drunk and : : : : : : : : ; : . . . . . . . . . . . .
hang up here in the shop, and we howls "Hit him ........; ................_... ...... .. .. ..
Joe, old pal, old /NNNNN. . .HNNNNNNNNN. . . .NNM. .NNN. .NNNNNNN. . . . . . ., .NN. .NMNN. .N.NNNNNNN. . .NNNNNNMN.NNNMNN'
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long time. give him the old one-two." But .t..t. .. .:..:. .I
.t;;. '
.t"t' :
that ain't all: Mr. Molotov and ?Y

Mr. :Matsuoka have been emearin'each .:..t. f
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,;.. .'.-.-.-.-' .-" .-".".". ....,.........;..;..;..; otner with lipstiCk ana pro- :::: :_ :::

fessin' their love and esteem in ENJOY AN YY

profound phrases, and now Japan YY YY

RAMBLINGS. don't know whose "sweetheart"' she1 .t..t..t..t. '.,",' '('t'.

By B. B. I is, if anybody's! .... 't"'t.'t..t..t. '
.t..:. : "
Turkey, by the same token, 'finds ,

I herself with "hell and high water" !
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on one side and "the devil and -i. .

damnation" on the other, while her .:..:. ;:... _' > HDME .,...J < ?;, .t..I Iirit I
You've : : .
simply got to hand it to '"' '. .,...... t
Dardanelles loom as a gigantic : ; ..
up .
the Clewiston ':,' i'!" ,
:youngsters. Wherever ::::
ball." :::: !
"eight : :
they go they make a' name for I ?Y
Democratic China with 4pP
themselves.We the aid I YY
of Communist arms and ammuni- I I '"t'I

are quite proud'of the FFA tion, remains as a beautiful Japa : .... ''(.t' I

at boys the and state the convention.showing they You made will nese "headache" and Nippon can'i I :::::!: Electricity is the modern ,servant; a servant that :::"l._:

remember that they also, were "in Burma figure out Road whether, Singapore to, or take,a dost the> I :*:::: takes care of both the work and the pleasures of the :;:::

the Florida, money"State in Fair the 'judging in Tampa at the in of Aspirin. I II :i::: home and one that will do everything quickly, efficiently **

II Duce struggles in his Nazi ...:. ..
February. At the fa'ir, Clewiston: I__ u I .;- :. and economically.k ..'..

team placed 15th'out of 108 YY
entries .Y..t. .

and 5th in the out cattle of 52 judging chapters contest in the;.,' kept routine camp. of Scouting clean, and and kept of recrea-up a ::::: One penny will 'toast' 26 crunchy slices of toast, or :::"t'::

fruit and vegetable judging contest. tion. The younger boys started ii:: give your eyes two hours of safe reading light or operate : :

each They received contest.In a five dollar prize in the'work older'toward ones completed their merit their badges work; :_i::!: your radio for most of'' a day-and-ELECTRICITY is *tone f ,

placed Gainesville 28th among, the 124 Clewiston entries,,boys and' and. 17 Some merit of'badges the mothers were awarded. would-- :ii::: thing that gets cheaper' the more of it that you use. :::::::::::

winning were only. team 188 which points had below 1412 the probably, methods be dismayed, used, at but the the housekeeping camp- H: That is why it is so easy to have and enjoy a home .1 J ; i it

points. One Clewiston boy Charles t .:..s.
was kept shipshape'' and everybodywas that all electric and d
Turner, won second place in the happy. Hiking :!::t: IS mo e.rn. +t ts. +
swimming, t vyY
-cattle judging contest and receiveda life-saving, safety, bird study, ?Yy
silver award.Remembering. YY
leathercraft-these .are some of the YY

that our boys have useful things these boys are learn- I .=1 ', .:.'t'

"never local school had agriculture until this taught in the ing and practicing. They are also ::: ELECTRICITY IS YOUR CHEAPEST SERVe :f:::
year, learning to work and to play together I ..'' ." -
showing is Indeed remarkable. Itcan to lead clean lives and to y: fy

mean only that we have some have high standards of l living and 't' xx

tine boys and that they had some of conduct. .=.+ ANT-USE IT EXTRAVAGANTLY +.:.

tine training. Both Mr. Keen and Did you notice that all of the ...v.. .YY...

the FFA boys are to be congratulated. 35 campers from five troops voteda fv ++

The success they have made Clewiston Scout the best all- .yy.. yy
this year should interest others ....:. ", .'t"t'..
around camper, and another Clew- : .... '
(rthe agriculture course here in the iston Scout received the second .{ .'t.. / ...;.

, school, particularly at time votes AA Air
a high number of ? A+ ;

rwhen farming has become an im- And every member of the Clewis-

Iportant phase of national defense. ton group received the emblem ,Ay -

group And of we twelve are*no*less Boy* proud Scouts of who I our life.given ticipation., by the in council every phase for proper of par-I':n Glades Power and light Co. !!!

had the' time of their_ lives at Bear That troop of Boy Scouts is one I :

Point Camp last week, and of their of the "finest assets the city of : A At

Scoutmaster Charlie Benson. The Clewiston has; and much of the 'A
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boys rigged uptheir own shelter; credit goes to the Scoutmaster, :,....;. ....

made their own beds, prepared, Charlie Benson, and to the Legionnaires .,,:,.:.. .. .. .. . . .. .. ,. ......... .. .......... .. . ... .. .:...!-
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I Miss Maud Smith, who has spent ,Mr. and Mrs. G. E.' Wenzloff and ,I Bessie Lewis, served Ice* cream and glades, Memorial Hospital in Pahokee. 1
i several weeks here with her brother Mrs. Clarence Krueger and children cake to the 'group. The guests: ,'
:' 'Robert N.' Smith and family, left left the latter part of,, the week, for, were Gene Beery, Shari Land, Ar- Mr. j
f- ] i.Sunday for her home in Savannah.Mr. Chicago and North Dakota for a thur Wayne King, Marjorie Brown, a former Pahokee
resident, is the
son of Mrs. J Mockof .
Smith his sister few weeks' ;
i accompanied visit. Linda ,Lee, Ronald Hare, Alfred
and for the past'
i ito i Fort Myers. Meador, Sue Cornette, Howard two years'has
_: been engaged in
Mrs. ; Christian and daughter Smith
Charles: Johnnie Tatum, Georgeann farming In the India
Mr. and 'I Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas V. S. Mary' Nell, are In Lakeland Suggs, Tommy; Suggs, Heather At present he is 1town area. "
employed by the j
children sp Mumford left Saturday for a two where they have both enrolled for Guthrie, ,Jimmie Knight and Paul U. 'S. ,
1 ,, Sugar Corporation at the :
Bradenton. (weeks' visit in :Western ,North Caro- summer school classes at Florida: Bowden. Clewiston. ,offices.Mr. -,' !
|lina. They will 'visit Mrs. E. ,M. .Southern College ;
Mrs. : j(Blake,' Mrs. Mumford'p! mother, in Mock-Stewart- and Mrs. Mock plan to take '

week-end : Asheville, during their trip. CLEWISTON GROUP GUESTS, "'_ L a; wedding trip to Maryland' sometime ;.t
AT INTER-CITY MEETING this summer. "
han in ,
I ,
Frank Hubert Land PAHOKEE. The of '>
Smith a'.d. marriage, A
protective: guard ,
? A group of members of the against trop.
,i Mr. and returned this week' from Orlando Miss Evelyn Kay Stewart of Pa- "
Clewiston Kiwanis Club and their ical hurricanes thrown
Canal Point, where they have been employed on hokee and James Douglas Mock of up along ;
of Mr. and surveying the alrpoft site.- After guests attended 'an'' InlerCity'meet- Indiantown on June 4 is being an-' the 'Atlantic ,and Gulf coasts from ;

a couple of days at home they Ing of the'Wes't Palm Beach Kiwanis nounced this week by',the bride ,Florida to:' Texas by the federal.

Mr. and jleft' for Boca .Raton fpr ,,-a. two I Club Tueday'evening.' The and groom. The ceremony was government, began its seventh year
affair and dance
I(weeks similar assignmept. was a banquet ; and performed by Mrs. Goldie Durrance, 'of ,
spent the :w operation last "week.
part of Twelve
was given Tuesday as the
Justice, of the
peacein Okee
Tampa. I ;eV5 : entertainment for a group of 45 major weather, bureau stations are '
G.. M. Ford, who returned thelatter chobee City. i ,:
Kiwanians and their wives ,who are linked by
Mrs. A. C. ( part of the week from!! Plagler 'Florida 'follow- ,The bride is the daughter of Mr. | teletype in the area and 'J ,
making a tour! pf
visiting her Beach, has been ,sent r*by, the conventionoi and Mrs. C. R. Stewart of Elkton, I will Issue hurricane warnings and ;
ing the Kiwanis International -
ard Hooks. local U. S. Engineer officeo.: Seb- In Atlanta.. -' Md. She is a graduate of the j announce formation: of dangerous
ring, where he 'will be inspector on Nurses: School at Union Hospital In I stroms.
the construction work at the new The banquet and dance were Elkton and since last August has I
H. J. Drane given at the George Washington
Sebring air base. -. been superintendent of the Ever- "
business I Hotel. Attending from Clewistonwere
week.: Mr. -, ii/''.. Jerry Wilcox Gideon H.
John Perry, who left last. weekto I STRUCTURAL
Congressman Brown, A. W. Sias,. J. F. Tippey, ARCHITECTURAL
enter service at, Camp Blanding, airy bedroomand
A. W. Lawrence, W.: A. Davis, Miss -Maps ,'- Estimates
returned' Clewiston and. his garage. 'Stucco house
:Mrs. Fred I across
Ruth Marshall, Mrs. G. H. Brown, '
1 Moore and Ed position with the Clewiston Realty highway from Hendry County Mo- JOHN H. DOTY
: Mrs. J. F. Tippey and Mrs. A. W.
day from a : & Development Corporation.:; Mr. Lawrence. tors. Phone 102, C. M. Jarvis. tf ,Engineering Consultant
Carolina.Mrs. Perry was unable to enter: servica Hopkins .
I II Bldg. Clewiston, Fla.
to ,faulty vision. -, -:
Clyde I BIRTHDAY PARTY TUESDAY |I I FOR RENT-One 2-room furnished
In Moore Dr. and Mrs. B: 'A. Bourne and cottage. One bachelor apart-

and attended children, Parrnelia and, Ed- The home of Mrs. W. H. Lanier ment. Lights and water furnished.Mrs. Johnson's Fish
Woman's Club left Saturday for their va- M. D. Camp
r was the scene of a jolly party Tues- 3t.S
They are motoring to day evening when members of the (Near' Hurricane Gate)
Oklahoma, to visit their son,
N Clewiston, Fla.
Willing Workers Class and their
y'' Brighton, who is a student at the teachers, ,Mrs. Carl Berner and Boats and "Motors-Guide Service

,:; weeks at ton School of Aeronautics. Mrs. r Rates Reasonable,
W. H. Lanier, celebrated the
:i summer camp. fourth birthday of the class: W. H. Johnson, Mgr
'I Mr. and, Mrs. A. L. Hackett have PERSONALBeatrice
gl l' Captain and I their guest Mrs. Hackett's mo- The girls presented each of the,

; of the U. S. Mrs. P. S. Fagan. of Carls. teachers with a lovely corsage and

!' sonville, spent New Mexico. Mrs. Fagan ac- gave Mrs. Berner a set of crystal what did you tell the CLEWISTONTINNING

j ton this week. her husband, who is on ash trays and Mrs. Lanier a pieceof Sewing Circle that day? Was it & PLUMBING SHOP
business trip to Florida for. a Fostoria for, her, set. Several i about one baking powder be-
were played, and Carline ing best for all kinds of recipes? Anything in
: time. games Plumbing Fixtures
Mr. and
Yes that's what
Beatrice said
r daughter, Miss Berner and Patricia Bailey were 1 and she was talking about I Prompt, Efficient Service
f 1 Sunday for a i Mr. and Mrs. P. M.: McIntyre, awarded prizes.Birthday Rumford. For with Kumford

gia. I ., left Monday after visiting Mr. cake and ice cream you can use any good recipe PETER. CHRISTENSEN, Mgr.

I Mrs. P. M. McIntyre, Jr. They were served to Mrs. Lanier, Mrs. withdut worryingabout how I
much baking powder to
!f Mrs. James driving to Delaware to spend Berner Patricia Bailey, Christine The amount the directions use.call

Beardsley, summer with their daughter Espenlaub, June Espenlaub, Billy for'is the right amount to use

!:: Perry were will return to their home in Arnette, Rachel Miner, Carline of Rumford Ilumford con- J. M. COUSE

I l'' Beach Tuesday: I in the fall. Berner, Jo Ann Crouch, Shirley I tains no alum-never leaves a
Owen, Anne Prewitt and Louise I( bitter taste. FREE. Send for Counselor and Attorney at Law
i new booklet, dozens
Ii Mr. and M Mr. and Mrs. A. 0. Ward have Prewitt.R. of containing Hopkins Building
I ideas
bright to improve
I'J' !j sons, Ben and home after their vacation. ,your baking., Address: Rum- ;Wednesdays and Saturdays
' relatives at Ward remained in Jackson- A. ,BOYS MEET MONDAY AT ford Baking Powder, Box R

'I'! 1, Dawson, Ga., 'where she and Mrs. Ward MRS. MILLER'S HOME Rumford, Rhode Island. 0:30 to 4:00

roadfoot"i Mr. Ward attended the

Mr. and International, ,Convention- The ;R. A.Boys of the First .------- ------_ -

daughters, Atlanta. !Baptist Church School 'met Monday r .
returned from afternoon at the home of Mrs. L.

in Jacksonville.Richard Mrs. J. R. Minehan and Miss C. Miller, their c counselor. Each \

Minehan of Okeechobee spent' boy took part in a program and DR. WALTER F. PURDON

I here visiting Mrs. Mrs. Miller read a missionary

Mrs. Melvin Turner. They were ac- story. Announces that after Sunday, June 8, 1941, he will be in ., ;' :" M

week at Bear by Mrs. J. O. Pearce Trice ] .
Those present were Buddy his office in the Hopkins Bldg., daily except Thursday and
Lake Placid, Mrs. J. O. Pearce, Jr., who Clifford Beatty, Bobby Williams and ;_

Moore Haven guests of Mrs. Ruth B. Owens.Mr. Lionel Beatty. Sunday. Evening hours Monday. Tuesday, Friday and Sat
urday. .
Mrs. Ruth and Mrs. J. F. Morrison and MRS. KNIGHT HOSTESS AT

tl week-end in Miss Barbara, returned FRIDAY BRIDGE CLUB Practice of -
, OsteopathicMedicine ,
> .
, sister, Mrs. for St. 'Petersburg, where ,

.r Tampa with spent a two weeks' vacation. Mrs. Richard H, Knight was hos- and Surgery

;, and family. Barbara, who is a student at, tess at the meeting of the Friday

I' State College, is employed afternoon bridge club. High score

Mrs. A. L. the Toggery Shop during the was, won 'by Mrs. Earl R. Smith, "

her father, P. and second by Mrs. Charles E. -,
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Fagan spent a Mrs. G. H. Small returned Sat- Grady Niblack and Mrs. CarlE. ':. ...

ing the week. from a vacation, during which Johnson : Y A

visited relatives in Tampa and Mrs. Knight served cake and 'i. .A}

Mr. and Mr. Small met her in fresh peach ice cream. X
Sunday in Fort and they spent a. few A

Mrs. Solon there together, while Mr. MRS. -THOMAS HOSTESS AT Y A A

.. returned with attended a state meeting'. of WEDNESDAY BRIDGE CLUB Y A
stay. of the Peace. A A

Mrs. G. B. Thomas entertainedher A

Mr. and Misses Kathleen and Bessie" Lewis, bridge club Wednesday after- ::: f.
as their guests have been visiting their sis- 1 noon. Nylon hose were awarded as I' .:. .n:1m 'I ::
: ,EASIER,TO i l
ter, Mrs. Mrs. W. W. Perry, and her prizes to Mrs. H. R. Hall, who held J .. W I "

children, for two weeks, left over the high score and to Mrs. Carl Johnson SWIM IN DEEP WATER./. :

Pierce. Miss Bessie ,Lewis left who made the lucky cut. ::: ; +

turday for her home in Blakely, Mrs. Thomas served cantaloupewith .;. _, .IT WIO ISI471 ';! :::
John Duff, ., and Miss Kathleen' returned ice cream to Mrs. Hall, Mrs. ':' /' ,' \ '& ; .}

: -, Cornwall Hotel her home in Tampa Sunday. Johnson, Mrs. Dave Alston, Mrs. ..f' :; .

: the week-end i Keathley Bowden,' Mrs. J. W. .;.' \ \ -' :

' Inn. He came Mr. and Mrs. Hub Spooner ar- Ezelle, Mrs. W. H. Lanier and Mrs.L. .:' .T'll -...
ing on Lake in Clewiston Monday after
I I II III honeymoon trip to Asheville, C. Miller. ::; =?
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Mrs. Leah and Waynesville, WINNIE AYRES CIRCLE MET .f. X

Stewart drove Carolina. Mrs. Spooner, be- AT HOME OF MRS. ALLEN '.::.' '\ (Explanation on Page Eight) ;.f.:;
Monday to her marriage two ,weeks ago '.:' r .:.

Spicer, who Miss Helen Stoltenberg of Belle Mrs. Dan Allen was hostess at '' : mli .s...
[.1 .in j'7' '
her home here.E.
.' the Circle meeting Tuesday of the afternoon.Winnie Ayres After :i: :!

E. Kelly Mr. and Mrs. Joel P. Keen were the group study, a social hour was Y A b

from spent several Clewiston the latter part of the enjoyed and the hostess served ice _::;, It's easier to save when you make it *
bringing home the three boys cream and cake.
son, who Turner, Philip McLeod Those attending were Mrs. E. M. :;: a habit .' and when you save toward a :s:

remained. Robert Hodges,who attended Cornette, Mrs. R. J. Blount, Mrs. definite end. Make each day 9, ;;:
pay your :_:
FFA convention in Gainesville. O. A. Clark, Mrs. W. G. Mathis, ,
Miss Shirley and Mrs. Keen spent a few days Mrs. H. A. Land, Mrs. H. C. Mea- :i: savings day in an account at Clewiston *

her Springs vacation and Vero returning Beach and to Daytona Gainesville.Beach dor and, Mrs. W. G. Mathis, Sr. :;: Federal Savings and Loan Association. :;:

Hunter is a JOHN PERRY CELEBRATES WITH '*' You'll enjoy seeing the total grow. *

'S. Engineer Several out-of-town guests are PARTY ON FIFTH BIRTHDAY Y: 'A..
coming this week-end to be pres Y A

Clewiston at the marriage of Miss Mary John Perry celebrated his fifth I
the local boys and T. E. Markette Sunday birthday with a party Saturday YY A

Lake Placid I afternoon. Miss Moore's brother afternoon, to which his friends and I AA
M. C. Doke, sister-in-law, Mr. and' Mrs. playmates were invited. Tommy

Stephens,' Mr. James W. Moore of Ocala, will ar Suggs won a prize in the game of Y
Vaughn, I rive tomorrow. Mr. and Mrs. W. dropping clothespins in a jar. :s: Ira* t I I I n ::
P. Vaughn, Morris and Miss :Martha Morris, Balloons were given to the chil-
Mr. and Mrs. I \ '. ,and Mrs. C. D. Gammage, Jr., dren as favors.

and Mrs. F. son,, Paul. of Leesburg, will Mrs. W. W. Perry, assisted by .. X

Mrs. A. R. arrive Saturday. her sisters Misses Kathleen and '; . . ..:.
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Everybody who knew KingGordonat ties of Texas mesquite grass plaint,

all knew the story of Bill Roper great areas of the middle short-I Then Came the Rush-

I SM2KY YF and Dusty King. Fifteen years ago, grass of
RS country, scores outfits.'The And
I at the age of five, ,Bill Roper had struggle between them had devel- Both Were Deadheads!

\t \ been found hiding in the brush, like a oped with the Chisholm trail itselfa
little rabbit, beside a wrecked outfiton decade-long combat It was the night of the grand
... ,-- the old trail to Sedalia. It was of diametrically concert, and approaching the hourat

ByALAN lE MAYINSTALLlIENT W. N.U. Release Dusty King who had found him ciples and methods. And opposed now-prin- which it had been advertised to

there; and it was Dusty King' who start.
1 raided the timbers with him in "This land "
cross the
deputy commissioner Blobb and
had buried the bullet-shattered bodyof Blabbs had hired a
CHAPTER I the old days; the" only two he can Bill's father beside that Godforsaken concluded, "is thrown into spacious hall and expected big

really trust, now. trail. blocks. I think, gentlemen, you are profits.

This was the crisis-the climax of "It's natural that ''Walk Lasham In the fifteen since then, already familiar with the placement "Are the ticket takers all

all' that long war. Here they sat, should be here," Lew Gordon con- Bill Roper had learned years guns and of the lands. Block 1 includes, as ready?" asked Blobb.

these men who had fought a common ceded; "but Cleve Tanner, "all the horses and cattle, and the tricks of previously agreed, an estimated one "Yes, sir."

enemy for so long: Dusty King, who, way ,up from the Big Bend the trail as only Dusty King knew hundred sections, or sixty-four thousand "All, ushers at the doors?"

with the hoofs of ,countless cattle, "Shows you," Dusty King said, them. He had been able to read acres, known hereinafter as "Right, sir."

had carved many a Great Plains "what store they set on the Crying prairie signs before he could read 'Block" 1'; bounded the north "Then throw open the portals!

trail deep into the short grass; young Wolf lands. Ben Thorpe is.. sold print, and if it had not been for by- The hour has come!I"

Bill Roper, who had begun follow- mighty deep into next year's deliv-, tomato can labels, perhaps would Cleve Tanner leaned close to Ben The huge iron doors opened.

ing those trails with Dusty King be- eries. Already he's committed for never have learned to read printat Thorpe, whispered, and Thorpe nodded Two small boys entered.

fore he was, big enough to hold a more northern-fed cattle than he can all. Everything he knew he had "Please, mister," said a tiny

horse; and old Lew Gordon, Texas show-unless he can, get the Crying learned with Dusty King. There "I shouldn't think," said the depu- voice, "can we both come in on

man, whose wild marketless herds Wolf." was every reason that he should ty-commissioner, "we need hear any this free pass?"

had been the roots of fortune. Slowly Lew Gordon got a frayed have grown to look something like bid of less than ten cents per year,

Dusty King and Lew Gordon con- tally book out of his back pocket. the great trail driver who had per. acre." -

stituted King-Gordon, the famous "The survey-" Lew Gordon's voice brought him up. There was a moment's silence, and

partnership that had developed with was curiously bewildered-"it's hardto the deputy commissioner
Now, as they made their way got outa [
the great cattle trails; until now believe" there's any land as ,goodas down the muddy street, before the big silk handkerchief and mopped m th1

their many brands marked far-scat- this. false-fronted wooden buildings, half his head, as King now let a slow II

tered herds beyond estimate. They Their private survey had been the cowmen that thronged Ogallala smile come to the surface of his

were here because of tomorrow's made by Bill Roper; it represented hailed Dusty with comradeship and impassive' face. A curious rumbleran WJjf/

auction of land leases. Under the weeks of hard riding and shrewdcalculation delight; so that his progress was over the room, and the crowd

hammer would go the grazing rightson of the strength and depthof that of a celebrated character, already seemed to sway.
the Crying Wolf Indian lands the feed the surface of the
upon ,I famous. The other halftheywere "I got a proposition," Dusty King
those miles' and miles of stirrup- broken land. Ben Thorpe men-seemed not said. "Nobody is bidding on this 41 A, BmER.WAY

deep. grass that King-Gordon want- "One place here reads fifty headto to see him at all. It was hard to land but just us two; nobody means 10 MAKE fIRe

ed, and that Ben Thorpe had to have.It the section' Lew said wonder- tell which tickled Dusty King more to bid. Throw the whole thing in one r WAS atHIFVED' SYpg.

was curious that their long war ingly. "Fifty head of cattle grazing"Maybe -the warmth of his many friends,-or pot and we'll bid on the works." ."ARLES SAUilA

with Ben Thorpe should have met its the bitterness of his innumerable /'I'll agree to that," Thorpe de 1/HOINVENTED 1

true climax here. The three in this 1 enemies. cided. The black anger in his face ..,. I
understood that the outcome :: :=
room The bidding for the Crying Wolf had submerged again, so that he
would what the two older
rest I
upon '
lands was being held in a disused was poker-eyed.
decided here. Possession of the
men I store, and here the sidewalk and The deputy commissioner was be-
Wolf meant dominance in
Crying half the street were filled with knot- ginning to look like a man who : r
the north to to Ben
King-Gordon, or wished w
ted this'crowd he
groups. Through were some place else.
Thorpe; there was no longer goingto and Bill waded "If there "
Dusty King Roper are no objections- hE.rtRSl
be for both.
room Dusty trying to look like something "Fifty cents said .
"This is an old fight, Lew, Dusty
bewildered, from the tall country. Ben PHOSPHOROUSWATCH
said. "It back far Thorpe's face had turned a
King goes as as
Beside the hand- -
door was posted a curious color .
biLr not gray, certainly t831.
that first time you backed me with a
bill in
black type, giving due legal not bloodless
; an odd congested color -
little herd if I could make it
of the auction of leases, and like dark sand. "
"Fifty-five he
Abilene. Don't
through to hardly Dusty stopped to study this with-a said. CONSTIPATION DOC TO LACK OF

seem" like we better draw back grave empty face, af if he had "Sixty""Sixtyfive. PROPER"BULK" IN THE P5/ / TO

now. never heard of it before. CORRECT THE CAUSE OF 1NE
Lew Gordon stirred, swaying his TROUBLE
shoulders like stubborn 5/ / V "Mr. King, somebody said, "A dollar said i
imperceptibly, a i Dusty King. CEREAL, KZUQGG'SALL'BKAH..eATi ,
; "they've been waiting for fullyan
bear. "Credit's going to be } hour." you "A dollar, five."

terrible hard, this coming year," he "Just in confidence between you rr EVERY DAY n
looked blank. Then he
said at last. and me," Dusty King said; "Mr. AND DRINK PLENTY All
clutched his hat to his head in a
Dusty King seemed to sprawl a Thorpe can't pay that." OF WATER. .
startled and rushed inside
little more loosely; he was playing "I think is xr-
my name good
with clownish of -
a representation any- --
poker in a way of his own. Swag- \ haste. where in the cow country," Thorpe -

gering, easy-going, spendthrift. : said to the commissioner.
still was a man who believed in- Within, the crowd of plainscountry -
"It ain't good here said Wit and SenseA
vincibly in himself."I men-bronzed men, saddlefacedmen King.
sometimes bearded mengaveway The deputy commissioner slapped small degree of wit, accompa-
Ben in the road
passed Thorpe
he said. "He i as King, followed by Bill Roper, his pen down on the table. "Gentlemen nied by good sense, is less tire-
was looking
f shouldered his way to the back. ," he said, "I'm sorry to do this; some in the long run than a great
I bet he
mighty weighstwo
prosperous. but in the deal of
interests of the wit without it.-La Roche-
hundred and twenty-five pounds "Is this the place, King asked, govern- '
ment, and of the Indian Department foucauld.
n w. with his stomach nulled in." "where, the feller is selling the
which I represent, all further bidsin
horse? -
"His is terrible
backing strong, this auction will be
Lew Gordon said, his eyes on the thirty-five cents an The deputy commissioner took his accepted "onlyas
representing American
floor. acre." feet off his table. "The sale was gold. FEET CAN BEAT HEATGive

No one knew better than Lew Gor- supposed to start at two o'clock," "Cash on the nail?" King asked.
one section of land! It's past be- he complained.A la." There was no question now feet wings of coolness. Sprinkle
don that Dusty King, in tackling the lief." about the sweat that stood Mexican Heat Powder in shoes. Relieves
4.J impossible a hundred times, had a little tribute, there. The com- out on tiredness. Little cost. Lots of comfort.
the commissioner's
hundred times shown the way for "This isn't Texas, Lew. missioner-perhaps already in Ben forehead.

the rest. But Gordon rememberedtoo "I figure we might pay as high as Thorpe's pay-hardly dared start an "Seventy cents," said King.

the poverty of the cattle-poor thirty* cents to the acre," Gordon important sale, without present this "I'm already bid a dollar, five!" Indifference' Slays

days before any outlet was found for said, "by the year's' lease." slouching, nondescript-looking repre- "Sure; but we got different rules Affection can withstand very severe -

beef. A flicker like now. God knows Thorpe can't storms of vigor, but not a
Texas To risk all they had that of heat lightning sentative of KingGordon."No backa i

won, in a single slashing stroke at showed for a moment behind Dusty word has come from your dollar, five in gold. What kindof long polar frost of indifference.Sir .-

an old enemy, was almost more than King's eyes; but his voice was low partner at all," the commissionersaid. shenanigan is this, anyway?" Walter Scott.

Gordon could bear. and monotonous as before. "Thirty The eyes of the deputy commis-

"You know why Ben Thorpe's cents be damned," he said. "He ain't coming." sioner went to Ben Thorpe's face

strong," Dusty King said. "And you Lew Gordon looked at him for along Three men who sat in chairs again, but there was nothing to be TO CHECK ''b. IA
know how he got his start. We know time. How deep you figure to grouped around one end of,the table read there. Thorpe seemed so

why it is that so many Texas out- go?" looked at each other. They ignored lumpishly still that it was not apparent \ IN 7DAYSH

fits stand in Ben Thorpe's name; "Get the land," Dusty King said. King and Roper, as hostile dogs ignore that he breathed.
and how many different he's "Seventy cents," said Dusty King
"Ben Thorpe is liable to go crazy an enemy of whom they are
found to jump down on little lonely and bid his head off." not yet keenly aware. again in the silence. "Whoop'er take666

Texan cowmen and leave them up, boys-I've only begun, !" '
looking down his
throat in the
The big man lightcoloredhat
broke or dead. And we know what's Silence
| again through the pack of
King said for the second time. "The was Ben Thorpe the Ben
happened to many a little outfit that least the those saddle-faced men; perspiring
deputy commissioner
can Thorpe whose far-scattered hold-
started north, but never brought silence on the part of the
deputy ArrivalI
is drafts Early
accept on Kansas City. Ben ings perhaps already exceeded thoseof
their cattle through, nor got home." Thorpe hasn't realized the value of King-Gordon. Thickshoulderednow commissioner, dead lumpish silence cwe all my success in life to

"Every year," Dusty King said, the land. We'll catch him short and heavy-bodied, he was today on the part of Ben Thorpe. having been always a quarter of
,"since we began driving the big Cleve Tanner, his hands locked backof
up force him off, the board." more than ever a power feared in an hour beforehand.-Lord Nelson.,
trails we've locked horns in one "At his neck, looked at the ceiling;
what cost to ourselves? Gor- the cattle country-still unscrupu- I
way, or another with this one gang. Walk Lasham sat motionless, his
don demanded."At lous still menacing but of
I'm not forgetting who started the eyes on the face of his boss.
all costs. different sort-a of wealth of
power ,
Red Crick stampede where Dave "Youthe 'fEMALE PAINWITH
deputy commissioner
Slowly Lew Gordon shook his organization, and of bought-up law. -
and Bob Henry died under
plIed up wavered, "you-you can back this
head. "Maybe thirty-five cents an Beside him, the tall man, lean and
cattle; nor the Tularosa shootings bid in gold?
acre. narrow-bodied as a slat, was Cleve WEAK, CRANKY'NERVOUS
with four more of my boys dead.There's Dusty King's voice rose explosively Tanner; a hawk-faced man, keen- "Immediate delivery by Wells FEELINGSYou -

the prairie some Lew.good" cowboys under for the first time. "Thirtyfivecents eyed, so cleanly shaven that the Fargo," King" said. "Right now, in women who suffer pain of irreg-

," he echoed-"or fifty cents, tight skin of his,jaws seemed to Ogallala. due ular to periods and are nervous,cranky
Gordon said monthly functional disturbances
almost -
inaudibly" or seventy-five, or a dollar! Get the shine. Cleve Tanner was managerof "Mr. Thorpe, the commissioner should find Lydia E. Pink-
"Never could prove anything. land!" Ben Thorpe's Texas holdings, the wavered, "Mr. Thorpe, will you-do ham's Vegetable Compound simply t
"His herds have grown faster than marvelous to relieve such annoying
Lew Gordon sighed, and he looked breeding grounds from whichThorpe's symptoms.
ours have grown, Dusty King's expressionless like a man who was weary and old. whole organization drew youThey waited for what Ben Thorpe Pinkham's Compound Is made
voice droned "He'sas especially for women to help relieve
on. "You want that land! ," Gordon said, its strength.The would say. His face was expres- such distressing feelings and thus
big as we are; he'll be biggersoon. "even if-" other, the man who seemed sionless still, as/he got up from his help them go smiling thru such
From the Big Bend to the "dlffic ult days. Over 1,000,000 women
Tetons he "At all costs," Dusty King said uncommonly dark, even among chair; but men stumbled over each have reported remarkable benefits.
owns more outfits than again. these sun-darkened men, was Walk other to get out of his way, as he WORTH TRYING! Any .drugstore..
he knows the
honest names of. 'He's never Gordon looked his partner in the Lasham. He was Ben Thorpe's man- walked down the length of that
run an deal where
crooked eyes. ager in the north, now; under his packed room, and out into the street.
run a one, nor a square "Go in and bid!" poker-faced watchfulness lay Ben The deputy commissioner seemed
trick where he could
play .
it's time Thorpe's northern holdings, the feed- melted down, unrecognizable now as
one; a long since he rode
all night with his rifle in his hands Swinging down the board walks of ing grounds now necessary to any the crisp little man who had, openedthe
Ogallala in the cool in the cattle trade. bidding. His face was white
but Lew, if he isn't stopped-there's spring sunlight, wide operation "All the Traffic
':. plenty he can hire to do his dark- Dusty King and Bill Roper looked a The deputy commissioner raised and set, and his eyes showed- fear.

:: of-the-moon stuff now." whole lot alike. The more than his voice "This," he said, "is a "Well?" said King.

r "Dusty," Lew Gordon said, "we've twenty years difference in their ages federal auction, to place by public "The Crying Wolf," the commis- Would Bear"O
- blocked him had not changed Dusty King's loose- bidding certain lands in the chargeof sioner said huskily, "the Crying
_every way we could.
fi' "That's jointed swagger, the rakish cock of the Indian Department, by the Wolf lands-if-if there are no other -

me too, in why the end.he'll" get you, and his old soft hat, nor the cracking authority of the Secretary of the In- bids-go to King-Gordon ."

F Again the silence ring of the spurs he was believed to terior and the President of the Something like a sigh, a general There was a time in America t

closed, with ,be sleep in. United States; namely certain release of tension, ran through that
hind it when there
the perpetual were no set prices.
bawling of the The trail "
', years had leathered his lands jam of men.
cattle Dusty, far King off said in the casually spring"Cleve night. face, but they could not diminish his He droned through his preamble Close to Dusty King's ear Bill Roper Each merchant charged what

'. Tanner's here." gay exuberance; just as prosperitywas perfunctorily; everyone in the crowd asked, out of the side of his he thought "the traffic would
unable to take from him the looks knew what involved. "How would
f Bill exactly was mouth, high we-how "
Roper saw Lew Gordon's bear.
of the trail. Advertising came to
i flick up to look at Dusty Whatever Dusty King Something more than land was here high could we have gone?"
King. wore, he always appeared to be hands. To hold the the of the
ti' "Cleve Tanner?" changing Crying The mask of Dusty King's face rescue consumer.It .

I.- "Here in, Ogallala." wearing disreputable saddle clothes. Wolf would all but mean supremacyin broke up; every muscle in his face led the way to the estab-

: "What the Perhaps young Bill Roper had the north. But this thing was came into action, every tooth
,'I':,- that?" meaning of picked up a lot of Dusty King's char- bigger than that. The two organiza-, showed as he grinned. lished prices you pay when

:- "Cleve and Walk Lasham are the acteristics that in the course of an association tions which here clashed again were "Seventy cents," King answeredhim. you buy anything today.il'J4 .
lasted almost as the: great powers of the trails; behind .
: : only two of Ben
Thorpe's that
mpn long as Bill
Roper's life. each of them whole
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PRIDAY JUNE: 27, 1941

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Taxation SystemContinued to make schedule of all taxable ;Local Scouts NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETINGOJJ ard Time, for the purpose of:
property? in., the County) assessing LANDOWNERS, ". OP 1. Electing a Supervisor
:" same' to the, owner, at its full cash'' .CLEWIJTQ'pfAINAGFT'! ;
: '.. ., -DISTRICT' 2;; Receiving Annual Reports and
( Irom Page 1) value. All property should be as- (Continued From Page One) -taking action 'with respect

sources of state government official- sessed to the owner, not as "un- swimming. Oliver Martinez received Notice is hereby given that, pur- thereto determine as; the and landowners may

dom Into the job of, cooperatingwith known." merit badges' for first aid, life visors suant 'of to call Clewiston of the Drainage Board of District Super-, 3. Transacting such other busi-

county officials and coordinating 5. COUNTY COMMISSIONERS: saving, ,bird study, cooking; safety, I the annual meeting of the landowners ness as may come before the
Prepare your County Budgets as leathereraft and swimming. Sherwood ,I of Clewiston Drainage District for the meeting.
the tremendous effort ahead, year 1941 wjll be held at the office of BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF
he is equally as well prepared to early as possible. Prepare them in Hall received merit badgesfor said District In the City Hall Build- CLEWISTON' DRAINAGE DISTRICT.By .

throw the "full power" of his office strict accordance with' the statutes first aid, life saving, bird' study, Ing Florida at, Clewiston, Ilendry County, : F. D. DUFF, President.
the of such on Wednesday, July 16. 1941at Dated June 24, 1941.
into the scales if necessary to governing cooking and swimming. Sherwoodwas 10:00 A. M. o'clock, Eastern Stand- 249-June 27th and July 4th.
budgets. Make them perfectly clear \ advanced from first class Scout I
secure a complete compliance with .. ..
understandable. all ----------
'- and Give pos- to Star Rank. Gene Doke was
the law. sible publicity to same. vanced from tenderfoot class I
stressed the ad-\\
Governor Holland
At your first meeting in July second class.Attending. .
fact that these laws do not concentrate JHJ
in which Tax
I select a newspaper the r
camp were the
centralize in Tal-
or power Collectors shall publish a list of Scouts I r ,
following : Alligator Pa-
lahassee. leave the of '
They power /
the names of delinquent taxpayersand : I
trol: Sherwood Hall, Billy Prewitt, /
S action in the counties, merely giving : '
to state officialsto the amounts of taxes as required Gene Doke and Gene Mills; Flying Y / /
supervisory power "by Section 26 of Chapter 20723,
the end that uniformity-as required Eagle Patrol; Sonny Vaughn and
and Section 20 of Chapter '20724.
by the constitutionshallbe Bruce ; Tiger Patrol:
6. TAX COLLECTORS: 'Give Oliver and Junior Martinez Sam-
secured and"of course re-iterat- ,
all publicity possible to Section 26
ing the power already in the old my Young, Albert Stephens and
of Chapter 20723 and Section 20 of
Frank Junior
statutes for enforcing performanceof Conkling; Assistant
duty. He pointed to statutes- Chapter 20724 which requires you Scoutmaster:,. Bobby ,Broad/oot and l
to advertise the delinquent tan .
Scoutmaster ..Charles-W.: Benson.I .
satisfactory to 'all the, peopleplacing I c -
gible and intangible personal prop'erty
sheriff's under ,.,the governorand 1
on July 15. Advertise such
said he couldn't' see any difference -
To Get 9,200-Acre Site
delinquent property. as required by
In giving the power -
law on that date.
to require tax officials to enforce -
S I Close your real estate roll for For Army Air Base I

the law. 11940 as provided by the old law. 17'AWE

"These new laws are not idle You should make full and complete -

gestures' ," he said. "They're going ,I settlement for your 1940 Sebring, June_ 25-(FNS)-.-Army IO

toe, enforced, adding that he sto'qd'i rolls before your 1941 roll is de- officials in Washington announcedthis
100 per cent back of Comptroller j I!!livered to ll llAIR'I
you. week the selection of a 9,200- /tk
Lee in his administration of the m p
"statutes. I'I Those of you who are operating acre site offered by the City of
under budgets of office expendi-
The Comptroller had just told the tures will prepare your budget for Sebring and DeSoto City, and workis I

gathering there was only one ave- 1941-42 and submit same to the expected to start shortly on the I .

nue open.-compliance with the law Comptroller at the earliest possible construction of a $5,000,000 army I CONDITIONEDgpmpAI e J '
and he pointed out that the recent \
air base. Contracts will be let
railway tax cases in the court had date.The
above are 'only through the District Engineer's of-
proved that tax assessors are com-
i for
such as necessary fice in Jacksonville.
petent to find full cash value since immediate action. Further and
in the court's Present plans call for occupationof
records of surveys
amended instructions will be
decree disclosed that assessors were given the base the first week in No- Dependable Service

96 per cent correct in their aims in I as we progress. vember and the first contingent of
J. M. LEE,
assessments the past few years-- i State Comptroller. Flying Cadets is scheduled to arrive Low Fares

some of them being within 1100| of t for training on Nov. 8.

found one per they cent were of doing.what the court I!Travel Film Is Shown Travel via Florida' Motor Lines MAIN LINE to all Florida

and the North,
"It's the law," Comptroller Lee I :
At Kiwanis Meeting ,J ""- ,, '.......__
said. We've tried custom and it Northbound ----

hasn't succeeded, now let's try the I Lv. CANAL POINT . 4.55AM 1:25 PM
Good FarmLand Ar. TAMPA . 10:10 AM 4.55PM Costs
law-way one time. A travel film depicting mountain Ar. LAKELAND . 9.10AM: 5.50PM Less than Driving
The Comptroller issued the fOl-1 scenery and other attractions of the Ar. ORLANDO . 10.50AM 7:45 PM One RoundAr.
of shown the JACKSONVILLE .- 3:15 PM 11:45 PM Way Trip
officials state at
lowing instructions to Oregon was ,
Ar.TALLAHASSEE ., 4:45 PM 1259; AM
promising further rules and regula- meeting of the Kiwanis Club Wednesd'ay Ar. LAKE CITY . 2:25: PM 1:10 AM JACKSONVILLE MIAMI : $ 4:70 1.65: $ 300 8:50:

tions., as further study of the laws evening. T. E. Markette
Lv. CANAL POINT . 5:20 PM 11:25 PM TAMPA. 2.80 5.05
and further progress of officials showed the film, to Kiwanians and Ar.JACKSONVILLE . 3:45 AM 9:15 AM LAKELAND 2.35 4.25
required: about 25 visitors who enjoyed the for Rent ORLANDO 2.95 5.35
Instructions to Be Followed in The thirty-minute entertainment.The AND LAKE CITY WITH GREYHOUND LINES LAKE CITY 4.95 8.95
Administration of Chapters film was entitled "New f OR ALL POINTS NORTH AND WEST. ATLANTA. 8.40 15.15

1! "20722 20723 20724 & Oregon Trail." MACON 7.25 13.05
.,_ Southbound-GoIng VALDOSTA 5.80 10.45
20725 Laws of Flor- A. O. Ward, Kiwanis president, Lv. CANAL POINT . 5:20 PM 11:25 PM BIRMINGHAM : 9.90 17.85
ida, 1941 I had just returned from a trip to Ar. MIAMI . 8:50 PM 2:30: AM NEW ORLEANS 11.65 21.00

1. Let every officer whose dutyis Atlanta as delegate to the Kiwanis Returning CHICAGO 17.90 32.25
NEW YORK 15.85 28.55
affected by these laws read care- International convention. He pre' Lv. MIAMI .. 10:00AM 2.00AM
fully and to a perfect understanding sided at Wednesday's mee"ting, but TrespassersWill Ar. CANAL POINT . 1:25 PM 4:55 AM

of the purpose of said Jaws, and postponed his report on the con- :
make up your minds that you can vention until next week in order to : Be ,

and will compy with the require- have ,time to prepare it properly. I PHONE 3921 CANAL POINT

ments of same one' hundred per' ProsecutedClewiston
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cent. .;..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.;..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. 0'
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2. TAX ASSESSORS: Procure .:. .. .:.

.' postponement of equalization meet- :: II -
ings of the County Commissioners 1H :!l a- i

_', to the first Monday in August or :y:: IT IS NOT EASIER TO SWIM' *

later'if":' necessary. I.;.' IN DEEP WATER :X:

2, By every means of publicity I:t: There is no scientific founda-

possible appeal to the taxpayers .;.. tion for the belief that the :%:: Realty And t
who have not made tax' returns for
::2: buoyancy of water increases .*:* I
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the year 1941 immediately to ob- .t. with its depth. As the buoyancy .{. .:.
tain blanks'' and make a true returnof :: *' DevelopmentCorporation e
i not so increase, itx :
all taxable property owned by :: is as easy to swim in shallow .,.

them at its full cash value. +; water as deep. 1. "Nuggets :X: :
4. Where no returns are made of P ,
:x: Knowledge"-' Geo. W. *;j'
the Assessor should proceed by use I.:. Stimpson. X

of the return blanks now in hand ..:N..N..N.M.N.N.N..H.:N..N..N..N..N..N.N..N..N..N..N.M N. ..N..N..N..N:.!

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Fertile land and necessary finance are available; the independent :,::N

Ii farmers of this area are ready and willing to cooperate S ::

: ; ; removal of Federal restrictions on production of '.: IH t ,

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