The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: February 28, 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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, II I SUGAR CORPORATION I, Clarence R. Bitting Entertains With FFA TEAM IN MONEYIN 't


Dinner At Inn For Key Men Of


I U. S. Sugar CorporationClarence "

I At the regular meeting of the ; P. '''Keen, vocational agricul-.
board of directors of United States ture instructor in the Clewistoxx

Sugar Corporation, held Tuesdayat school received word this morningthat

Offices the directors the, judging team for live
the Sugar
R. Bitting, President of tion of Prof. F. Sturchio.. The bound in green suede and imprinted -
declared a ten cent dividend! on ,stock and for_ fruits and vegetables -..
United States Sugar Corporation, band was grouped: in the ,inner with, "The President's Dinnerto of the local
each share of common stock Future Farmers
pay- entertained at the Inn Tuesday court of the Inn and their music Executive Staff, United States
.?\ able March 17th to holders of record chapter had won prize places in
evening with the eighth annual was most pleasing.I';] Sugar Corporation, February 25, both events at the
March 7. Tampa Fair.
President's Dinner honoring the Guests assembled in the dining 1941." Each guest was also
; This dividend is in line w'ith The local boys took fifteenth
:;:J'' key men and department heads of room shortly after eight o'clockfor presented with a box of chocolatesat in ;
place the
those of past seasons, the same cattle judging contest
: the corporation. In addition to the the dinner and 'were enter- the conclusion of the dinner.
out of 108
: : amount paid for the past several chapters participatingand
, members of the personnel present tained during the meal: by a three- The_ menu consisted of: Martini,
,years. Announcement of the divi were given a $5.00 cash prize,
there was a large group of invited piece orchestra frdm West Palm Beardsley's pink grapefruit, queen They scored 631 points Kis-
dend was signed by Wm. T. Bit- and >
guests and members, of the boardof Beach with soloish'Beside each olives, Belle Glade hearts of celery, simmee's team
ting of Philadelphia, secretary. 1'. which) had first
directors in Clewiston that roast prime of Clewiston molassesfed
day place, had 741.
Largo' and Aucilla,
Directors attending the meeting for the annual stockholders meet- 'beef, Everglades parsley potatoes had second and third places in this

were: Clarence R. Bitting, New ing, swelling the crowd in the I Following is the list of key men Pahokee fresh English peas, contest.

York; W. T. Bitting, Philadelphia; dining room to well over two who received; stock', ,bonuses at the Shawnee Farms ,Iceberg head let- In fruit and vegetable

Jay W. Moran, Clewiston; A. I. hundred.In President's Dinner';vTuesday night: tuce, Russian dressing, ,Palm Beach I local team finished in judgingthe fifth
New York R. P. Foote
Kaplan, ; his talk to the key men Mr. Fisher AV. Ange, ,H. A. Bestor, M. County ice cream and cake, roque- place with 52 chapters
New York John G. Getz Detroit, competingand
Mich. Patrick; Butler St., Paul Bitting said, "You have much of "'. Bigg, AV. E. Bolton,' Dr.. B.: A. fort cheese, hot rolls, coffee., cigars this also won 'for them a five

) ; which to be proud 'and "you are Bourne, W. L., Brantley, Sr., S. L. and cigarettes. dollar cash prize. Plant City was
J Minn. J. Indian '
J. Harrington,
_' ; well justified in that pride . I Crochet, F. Deane Duff, Foy Dur- Following the dinner Jay W. high Kissimmee second Okeechob
River Mich. N. F. S. Russell, e
I pay you no compliment, but merely rence, AV. B., Elam, H. A. AV.Heclke Moran, vice-president of the cor third and Citra fourth and all five
rr: Burlington, N. J. Forest C. Tralles
; your jut dues . Your faith, Fred Hen .' St. Louis; Frank L. Allen, New
; New your vision, your courage, your Johnston, Henry C. Jones, Otis A. introduced Mr. Bitting. At the ed. Plant City had 550 points and
York R. W. Atkins, York;
; loyalty and, last but not least, your Jones, Henry C. Kolstad, '\'. H. conclusion of Mr. Bitting's talk Clewiston 546. Two of the others.
Ralph E. Badger, Detroit Wm. H.
:,' hard work made possible an out- Lanier, Dr. AA'real L. Lott, John bonus, awards were made and with had 547.
Bixby, St. Louis; 'James H. Douglas, I I
New York; Lewis A. Garred, De- standing accomplishment, during Lucaa, Evan 1\'. McLeod, C. L. Mc- them service pins to those key men This is the first year vocational

years of depression, and we'are Lendon, Celestino Martinez: Max with a record of five or more years agriculture has been taught here
troit; Frank Kolbe, Chicago;
Thomas Oxnard, Savannah, Ga.; ,here tonight to honor you in that :Meluh, E. C. Mills, James F. Mor- with the corporation. This was the- and the first time the boys hav%

accomplishment." lison, F. AAr. Mueller, 'N. V S. first year these pins have been entered such competition. Mr
rD. Chas. E. Allbright, Milwaukee. \
; He called attention to the ten I Mumford, 11. D. Nieves, AV. C. given and are reproductions of a Keen takes pardonable pride in ,th

years of progress of the sugar industry Owen, R. 'Y. Patterson, AV. C. clump of sugar ,cane super-imposed accomplishment of the boys against

New Boy Scout in the Everglades, the Prewitt, 'Frank. Rodriguez, Dr. O. on a silhouette of the sugar house., teams from schools, have had

doubling 'of production, increase in F. Schiffli, Emmett P., Shelley, M. Bronze, emblems were given to much previous training.

District, Formed In personnel and the doubling of A. Thomas, Harry 'T.. Vaughn, M.: those men with from five to ten

wages and mentioned the years of E. Von Mach,' Arthur, O. Ward, of years service, silver pins, to those, Nine Men To ReportAt

Glades And HendryA study which had been devoted to ClewistOM. .". with from ten to fifteen years ser-

: F. E. Bryant, William P. Jerni- vice and gold pins to those with
which be
...,_ ,_ ,other crops some day may Blanding March 3:
important in this area and which fian, George L. Sims,. Roscoe S. fifteen years or more or service.

., Scout District, comprising the had resulted already in proving Stokes, D. C. Thompson of Azucar.J. Gold pins went to F. E. Bryant, >\

.: Boy Scout troops. in Hendry and that beef cattle can be finished for B. Fotmny, L. J. Fraser,- JohnS. H. C. Kolstad; M. W. Bigg, Wil- From Hendry .Countyorders -

=<: Glades counties was, organized at a I market in South Florida. .. Harrington of Canal Point. liam Jernigan, R. S. Stokes andJ.

/Y ,, meeting held at the' Clewiston Inns O. H. Sheppard of Bean City. S. Harrington. 'Silver pins wentto
The evening's began to report to the local
::?::; _' Monday evening with Fred L. Xeal AATilliamson of Lake Harbor. Fisher Ange, H. A. 'Bestor, W.
-- Treet, Scout executive of the Sunniland with a pageant presented by the board here at seven o'clock a. m,
A. Yon of Bay.
George E. Bolton, B. A. Bourne, S. L.,
, ,_ ; council Members I Choral Group; a group of planta- 'be
,< presiding. Crochet, F. D. Duff, Foy Durrence, on March 3 to sent to .the in
I tion colored singers, which .was
: of Scout committees from Clewiston )
: Townsite W. B. Elam L.T. Fraser J. V. duction station at Camp Blanding
LaBelle ai d Moor? '**aven att nded.j, ably enacted at the Rec- .

.*"*_'}*o'I, {,_ ; rcatioii'.Hall....befoJ: ja,, hall crowded plate was a -.bookletcontai'ning. the' Fourmy' Fred' Hendriksen, E. W. have been sent to nine,white. men
If. -, y, Mn Tree-'ma$e-:1 informal talk- Mc'Leodr E. C.MiHiVW. Owen '
C. ,
0 : ,with spectators.< At seven o'clock words of old .favorite'son'gs and a of the county at P'tlfc9q nine, with

outlining- the, organization: of 'a scout the guests began to assemble at great deal of time was spent' in R. Y. 'Patterson, W. C., Prewitt, E. alternate kamed'Scomplete.
"; district,. and explained that its pur- : : the two
: P. Shelley, G. L. Sims, M. A.
the' Inn to hear the splendid concert group, singing. Guest favors were
pose is'to 'co- rdinate scout activity Thomas, H. T. Vaughn, M. E. Von ly exhausts the. present"supply ot
.' by the United States Sugar booklets, "Eneas Africanus, by
',' .' in the, communities and to create : I
;, interest between the various troops.,i' Corporation Band under the direc- Harry Stillwell Edwards beautifully (Continued on Page 8) Class A-l registrants and volun-
will be call fogywhites
:- 'I teers. no
A district committee with one from this county duringMarch.

..;, member from each community in 1 Claire Wilson Injured List Of; :' Invited Permission Given To .
'", 'which a scout troop is located was
Two volunteers are included ill
J.;:' organized with R. N. Miller, La- I

l,_. ::-:' ; : Belle, J. M. Couse, Moore Haven, As Truck Goes in Ditch Guests To'President'sDinner Broadcast Sugar March "the group, both from ''Clewiston

( .,:..;:' and W. C, Owen, ,Clewiston as mem- ,, -. Melvin Eardley :Asnlin' and Wil-

, ..... bers. ,Bernard C. ,Russell of La- -TuesdayList Ham Roscoe Chapman. The registrants ,

,Belle' was ,named ,district commis- Claire Wilson of Moore Haven, I The United States Sugar orpora-I I include Sidney Calip Mad*
; and bruises about the tion received requests No. 1
; received cuts dox of Felda who was order
sioner. There: will be several other
committees to various face, none of 'which is reported to of invited guests to thePresident's past week, { from the 'National Broad- number for this county. Othersare
.f' carryon .
''i .', functions of the, ,district, and these I beserious, and narrowly 'escaped Dinner: casting Company, ,Broadcast :Music Earl Joe Booth of LaBelle, Paul
u; ,,'. ,will be named later. drowning when his truck, a Ford :T., B. Adair, Clewiston;; Dr. Inc., (Bl\IIj of New York, L. Blount Hardin of LaBelle, Wll-
'' pick-up nosed into a drainage ditch Sides, director of musical education liam Wallace Hooks of Fort De-*
: The LaBelle troop extended an Charles E. Albright, Milwaukee,
beside the sugar house highwaynear in the schools of Charlotte, N. C., naud, Alvin Lorraine Johnson of
invitation to the other troops in the Wis.; Frank L. Allen, New York,
the Barracks about five o'- and from the Tampa Broadcasting LaBelle, Edward Hugh Rainsford,
district to meet in LaBelle on N. Y.; Dr. R. V. Allison, Gaines-
clock Thursday afternoon. Company, for permission to use the; of LaBelle and Oran Thomas
March 25th. There are tentative ville; Robert AV. Atkins, New York,. radio
Everglades Sugar March on Rimes of LaBelle. Both of the
made Onto
Wilson had the turn
plans for an outdoor supper to N. Y.; G. J. Avant, Jacksonville;

precede the troop meeting. Mem- the highway 'from the Harlem David G. Alston, Clewiston; Ralph broadcasts. alternates, Walter Lee Brantley
when Although the march was written Jr., and Meta Anderson Moore are
bers of the three troops and their highway something happenedto E.: Badger, Detroit, Michigan; John ,
: invited cause him to lose control of, the United States Department' by Prof. F. G. Sturchio, directorof from Clewiston.
parents are to attend. Bagwell,
:.. The LaBelle scout committee was car which left the highway and of Agriculture, Washington, D. C.; the U. 5. Sugar 'Corporation Several hundred more question.

nosed over into the ditch near the Jacksonville Hon.L. Band, the sugar corporation has naires will probably be 'sent out at;
; W. C. Bailey, ;
'. represented by Dennis Small, R. M.
: pump placed at the ditch intersec- R. Baker. Sheriff, Palm Beach the copyright and their permissionto once in order to supply future calls,
; R. N.
: Harris Miller, B. C. Russell,
v tion. He trapped in the cab the march was necessary
was Palm Beach Charles use
:: Frank Cothern and Fred L. Duna- County, West: ;
; ". of the truck under water and had : before it could be put on the air.
Boston Mass.
: '''_ way; the Moore Haven troop by J. G. Bancroft : ; Clewiston Cagers
it not been for the prompt action Permission was at once grantedand
N. Y. Hon JohnR.
M. Couse and I. E. Scott; and the Bass, New ; '
of workers he would have the National Bioadcasting
Clewiston troop by A. AV. Lawrence, Beacham, West Palm Beach; Divide In GamesAt
quickly drowned. Among the firstto pany will use the ,march on a
Charles Benson and W. C. Owen. Hon. J. E. Beardsley, ;
reach him were W. A. Jones, Belle Glade. nation-wide hook-up program on
Herbert Beck,
The Clewiston troop held its [ construction foreman on the new" March 9. The time of the program Moore HavenThe
regular meeting later in the Bernhardt H. Benidt, Unied States
even- sugar company houses nearby andWilson's has not yet been learned.
and the Department of Agriculture, Washington -
ing members of the com- son-in-law who resides at

t { mittee were'in attendance. A D. C.; LeRay Berdeau, Palm Clewiston Tigers won a
the Barracks and was working on
board of review, composed of W. C. his car in the yard when the acci- Beach;; C. H. Berner, Clewiston; ;Large Crowds: Attend close contest from the ,_Moore Haven -

Owen J. M. Couse Dr. Joshua Bernhardt, A. A. A.,
B. E. Russell, dent occured. Terriers on the' Moore Haven

R. N. Miller and Fred- I,. Treat Washington, D. C.; R. M.- Bishop, Acuff Shows Here court 30''to 28 but the Tigerettea

I advanced Sherwood Hall and Oliver !! Clewiston; William T. Bitting, were humbled by the Moore Haven

, Martinez to first class 'scout;' Junior New Golf TourneyGets Philadelphia, Pa.; William H. girls by a score of 43-14 Tuesday

'. Martinez and Ralph Henderson of Bixby, St. .Louis, Mo.; Keathley Roy Acuff and his Smoky night.

LaBelle to second class scout and UnderwayThe Bowden, Clewiston; A. R. Bioad- Mountain Boys, a regular featureof able to take
Tigers 'were
awarded a merit badge for book- foot, United States Engineers, Clew radio station AVSM in Nashville, lead throughall
and to hold a slight
binding to Oliver Martinez and iston; Carl D. B'.orein, Florida Tenn., brought their show to but
of the first three quarters
: merit badges for automobiling Clewiston Golf Club Championship State Chamber of Commerce, Tam I Clewiston Wednesday night and '
to comefrom
... and Tournament got under way Burke New York, N. two formances. Seats were permitted the Terriers
electricity machinery to Bobby I pa; John S. I cave pei late
behind and knot the score
,'I' i. Broadfoot, and a meritbadge for in great shape Sunday, Feb. 22. Y.; George L.Burr, Winter Haven at'' a premium .at both shows and it A in
,: :. A larger number of entries were Paul I that 779 people in the final period. score
? reading to Jimmy Paul. Patrick Butler, St. :Minn.;; was ,announced today the local
' ', obtained than was expected on the Hon. Millard F. Caldwell, Talla- paid admission to the show. the closing seconds gave

'I y '.A. TOGGEKY SHOP MOVED first day, but not so many qualifying hassee. I ", Those who, attended' were highly boys the victciv in one of the
I scores were turned in. and the closest games of the season.
"j TO LARGER pleased at the performance
: I Pete Chagaris! ; with thirteen points ,was high scor-
From all indications this event high class entertainment which was
I ,George A. Chalker, West Palm Cason hod eight and Langfeven.
:,- j, The Toggery Shop, owned and promises to be bigger than any Beach; Hon. C. E. Chillingworth, presented by this popular troupe of !er. Hendrix was high scorer,

. 'r i ,' operated by Mrs. Ruth B. Owens, held on this course in several years. I West Palm Beach; L. Phillips Hill-BIlly music'ans.: The school' for the Terriers. .
, '
1" moved last night from its location Those who have qualified so far Clarke, West Palm Beach; J. C. will clear about $55,00GRADUATION Ha
the Moore "
In the girls
in Turner's Beauty'Shop to the are: I Clements, Fort' Myers; Alonzo out
quick to get ,
ven girls were
corner store-room in the same I W. C. Owen (C) 45-51-96. Charles Clewis, Sr., Tampa; Har- SPEAKEK tenaciously to
in front and clung
wing of the Hopkins Building, recently j I Jacksonville Hon. Ross *
Ken Swayne (C) 51-54-105. old Colee, ; their lead throt'Rbout; the game, to
vacated by Western Auto Arthur Wells ((BG) 454388.Lou A. Collins, Meridian, Miss.; ; E. M. Prof. R.V.. Turk announced to- The Clcwitton girls
14 Supply store. Betzner' Clewiston Hon". J. M. day that John I. Leonard, 'superintendent win easily
,(BG. ) 40-41-81. CornetteT*, ; I had won in the previous meeting ,
I Mrs. Owens, stated that her busi- John Harris (DG) 44-43-87. Couse, Moore Haven;: ; P. Y. Creech, of schools of Palm.Beach. of the two teams.Hooker's .

ness had outgnnyn its small quarters Those wh'have entered and not ,Belle Glade; Hon. Doyle 'Crocker, county had "agreed to serve as

and she was pleased to find a qualified so far are Ralph Kirk Pahokee; Champion McDowell Davis, commencement speaker this spring. eleven poInts was high
suitable location in the build- Line Railroad, Wil- Graduation exercises will be held for decision and E. Skinner
same (BG), Emmett Shelley (C), J. W. Atlantic ;Coaet '

ing. The new store-room has been Milligan (BG) Joe Wood (LH) mlngon,- 'N. C.;; Chester' E. Davis, on June, 9 -.according. to present. 'the :Moore :Haven team, 'accountedfor
'IW' .
completely redecorated for the shop. (Continued 'on Page 8) (Continued, on.'Pace 4).' pans twenty-four points.i "

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t4 I L Alaska Enjoys New Boom II 1 .THE CHEERFUL -CHERUB.. J

Since 1867 when the V. S. paid Russia $7,200,000 for Alaska, Americahas Ihey invite n\e to p rtie.3

taken the territory for, granted, taking from her soil $500,000,000 tjr\d Ivncheons .nd tees

worth of goldand enjoying a profitable "export" market But last summer R B FN \when much prefer old

with Europe aflame and with both Japan and Russia looming fi clothes '.rd qviet.

11 /I4NU S+rviv, menacingly on the far eastern horizon, the U. S. appropriated $50- And they're fclw ys so5ure

000,000 for her defense. Washington, D. C. that lye had t.

:Memos of a Girl Friday ....---.--.--- MOBILE HOUSING

Dear Mr. W.: Madame Chian; wma of 4a 4f Harried by the national criticismof good time

Kai-shek is in the U. S. Her arrive t., failure to provide housing for defense T ht t I KtverJt 0 ()

was kept very sotto voce, as she workers, Defense Housing Co- the Ket.rt to -

was ill and in no mood to see anyone ordinator Charles F. Palmer finally derby it

has proposed to Roosevelt that the R'JcCANriWNU

Mervyn LeRoy and Jack Benny; government buy fleets of trailers

had a bet. Both swore to stop smoking and rush them to the most congested .

cigars, the first one to light up] j industrial spots as temporary liv- 4 \

to forfeit $500. Jack promised to ing quarters.In _
do a benefit, and he always smoke: submitting his plan, Palmer
a cigar on the stage. Absentmindedly carefully avoided the term "trail- Service.

he lit one-and had to forfeit ers" and has cautioned his 'staff to
the $500. Mervyn is donating it to< refer to them as "mobile units." But

charity You can be sure that never mind the fancy terminology.Plain I
"Tobacco Road" is a hit picture a ,ordinary auto trailers are
Zanuck who has been reti what he to use.
Darryl proposes M1I
cent about attaching his name to< Huge airfields are springing up, roads are penetrating the forests, Palmer contemplates the pur-

every production at Twentieth Cen and workmen such as those shown above are building bridges over the chase of thousands of these homeson i

tury, is prominently credited on this. rushing streams. Soon 10,000 troops like the soldier at the right will ''wheels, but where he is goingto

disembark in, Alaska. get them remains to be seen. A

The report on the state of Britain, ____.______nn......_ check of trailer manufacturers disclosed FLOWERSCalifornia
which Harry Hopkins is bearing to two interesting facts:

FDR, 'is written on celluloid as wellas J' not Improved Shasta Daisies, flow-
First available at present are
As soon as he reachesthe : ers large, stems long $3 per 100 cash.
on paper. more than 2,000 trailers, a drop in Townsend's Nursery, Lem Turner, Fla.
will exhibit Y. .y
House :
White Hopkins
the bucket compared to the tens of
a film short tagged "This Is England thousands of housing units needed.
from Herbert Morrison Infinite in ManMan's
a gift
Second, the plants are working day
home'secretary, via Hopkins:, and night on urgent orders for the Unhappiness, as I con-
the President. strue comes of his Greatness; it
to rr I
Sf .
.1 army, and unless they suspend
is because there is an Infinite in
operations can't make trailers.
Drew Pearson and Robert .S. Allen him, which with all his cunninghe
in an exclusive story in the Meanwhile, with a vast army of cannot quite bury under the

March issue of Click, administer a 4 4 migrated workers jammed into Finite.-Carlyle.

stinging reply to Sen. Burton K. makeshift quarters, the defense

Wheeler and reveal new incriminating housing problem daily becomes
evidence on the late Senator more alarming. Public health authorities -

Lundeen's activities They name hIify are scared stiff over the

George Sylvester Viereck and prove ear a danger. of epidemics.a for

with affidavits that he was the
"chief Nazi agent," who collaborated ALIENS IN CONGRESSAmid C APP D

with the late senator in furtheringNazi all the breast-thumping on

propaganda in America. This _....z_ __ Capitol Hill about aliens, it is interesting -
propaganda was mailed ,out under to note that 20 members of SHIN '

Lundeen's frank.Suggestion Farm products are raisedin the new: congress are foreign-born.

I abundance, mostly for Three are veteran senatorsRobert -
: '''Why don't the "Bun. y Annual F. Wagner, New York New Dealer -
dIes for Britain" outfit which is now local consumption. Relationsand Eyour skin Is chapped you
I author of the delighted with the
the U. S. is
offering cigarette cases, 'watches, fur export Social Security acts, born in effect of Mentholatum.applied to

etc., for British war relief, sell 'R. valued at $2,500,000. Germany; James J. Davis, Pennsyl- the Mentholatum stinging, red quickly, swollen cools parts.and

A. F. fatigue ties"? They are worn the first 10 months of 1940 exports to the territory totaled $41- *'ania Republican, former secretaryof soothes the Irritation and assls cs

by the fliers in the R. A. F. ,They're 600,000 against $36,400,000 in the same period of 1938. Above (left), labor, born in Wales; and JamesE. Nature Injury.:: to Mentholatum more quickly Is heal a pleasant tfre-

very ducky (black and red, .I think) is Theo. C. Wiehe, president of the Schenley International Co., pointingto Murray, Montana Democrat, effective application for
and most men would be proud,, to born in Canada. minor skin Irritations. Jars or
wear a necktie like that. Alaska's place on the map, after predicting an unprecedented boom tubes only 30c. .
for the territory which he toured extensively recently. The 17 in the house came from
all parts of the world and some of
You might toss scallions at NBC Some 25,000 peopleare them still have strong foreign ac
and the Mutual Network for not permitting /
:c'v:':. a.Zc employed in 100 cents.B. .
the Greek War pro-
gram'to be broadcast over the inde- canneries (left)which J. Gehrmann of'Wisconsin and

pendent New.',York stations.'If those 5'9; : pack 7,000,000 cases Leonard W. Sdi etz of'Illinois'were' Wisdom'in Life

smaller stations had carried it, their r1,' > each year. Seal fishing born in Germany. Karl Stefan of Wisdom does not show itself so

listeners would have had an oppor- is a profitable en- Nebraska and Rudolph Tenerowiczof much in precept- in life-a firm-
the and Michigan were born in Austria. of mind and mastery of
tunity of hearing program terprise. Alaskan imports ness appe-
the appeal, and swell the funds with Incidentally, when Stefan gives a tite.-Seneca.
their contributions. from radio talk for the folks back home,
; U. S. includemeats he says good-by in four different
: "ADr
Marian Anderson, the thrush, has dairyproducts languages, including German.

moved in on the D. A. R. territory IP4In. as Two were born in Russia-Samuel WORLD'S Joit

with a vengeance. She just boughta '' grain, fruit, to Dickstein of New York and Herman LARGESTSELLER S

home in the snooty Brewster, N. bacco, cotton Kopplemann of Connecticut. Rep.

Y., sector.-Your Girl Friday. .,;4.,. 'Y kr and woolen Samuel Weiss of Pennsylvania was -
v born in Poland, and Adolph Sabathof I pSPIRI
;r goods. AT lOf
Private, Papers of a Illinois, the' genial, popular deanof

Cub the house, in Czechoslovakia.There .
ReporterAfter ddr R
/4 are two Canadian-born
flt .
the premiere of a new show, r 4. 'tiY
members of the houseCharlesEaton Worth the Try
some of the first-nighters who
were of New Jersey, and Albert For all may have, if they dare
talking about it at the Hurricanewere
overheard to Rutherford of Pennsylvania.Wil- try, a glorious life or grave.-
say: liam Barry of New York was born Herbert.
"Boy, they sure knocked that
4 'delf' in Ireland and Frank Crowther of
show, didn't they?" isaa&s gi&sssasas iSSpSsK k7 r :vwa'. avnwut.fc : 6y ;
SJWw New York and Robert Ramsay of
"Yeah," said Harriet Hilliard "A
West in England.
regular first-knife audience." GRAY HAIRS
Robert Crosser of Ohio and
like them? If not, get a bottle of
George Gillie of Indiana were bornin Do you
Somebody asked Bobby Byrne, the Lea's Hair Preparation, It is guaranteed to
kid bandleader, how it feels to be in Scotland; Noah Mason of Illinoisin make your gray hairs a color so close to the
Wales and Pehr Holmes of Mas- natural color; the color they were before
the big dough with a commercial that
i f i turning gray;or the color of your hair
sachusetts in Sweden. turned that or your
airshow. : : has not gray you
5rfe '\ 1 'T tell the difference or your
? v < i Mjiar'.I55C friends can't
"To me,", Bobby said, "the only ,,q,1 J'4 $ v > Outside of 'congress a number of money refunded. It doesn't make any difference
difference between officials foreign what color your hair is and it is
a $25 suit and I : high placed are so simple to use-.Just massage a few drops
a $60 suit is that a $60 suithas only Y :rrv born, prominent among them Defense upon, the scalp for a few days per directions -
one pair of pants." Commissioners Knudsen and like thousands are doing.
Your druggist has Lea's Hair Preparation -
Hillman. But the delegate from or can secure a bottle for you, or a
Clare Boothe tells this about her Alaska, 'Anthony J. Dimond, was regular will dollar be bottle sent of Lea's Hair Preparation ,by-

trip to Rome last spring. She no- born in New York! us, upon, receipt of one Udoysrtalaes: P. O.
x order or stamps. (Sent COD 13c
ticed how incongruous it was to see extra) .

all the famous ruins right in the FINGERPRINTERSMost LEA'S TONIC CO., INC. Fl*.
Du: 2055 Tampa
heart of the city. ,She asked aboutit i*TF1*V H'3, f l sought-after jobs in the government
and the answer was: "Mussolinihas recently are fingerprintersin WNU-7 9-41, q
an Imperator complex, and the Federal Bureau of Investiga

since he is unable to build an em- [t4 tion. One reason for this is that 'Our SelfishnessIn
pire-the only thing he can do is :
C'a finger-printers often are promoted to all distresses of our friendswe

excavate one! : '' ./ .'nS rY J: G-men. first consult our private ends.
: : qf/ ., There was an Inundation of appli-
) C/ i r ar w! \K)aGa:.a 4 -Swift.
What this country apparentlyneeds rn. cations for these jobs after enact-

is more flying heroes in planes : ment of the Alien Registration law,
instead of in politics. a Sr 5 9;i": a% At'trtidtIIM !,/I! r r from lawyers. The
many young '
starting pay is $1,440, and being a .
The G-Men are holding a "John finger-printer is no sinecure.For P9. .

Brown," who was caught with copies one thing, it is hard on the .

of applications for Nazi spy The gold mill at Juneau eyes. Finger-printers are requiredto

work. The chump doesn't know (shown above) is the classify an average of 90 prints May Warn of Disordered
what a good Nazi he is. and after time the optica Kidney Action
world's largest, providinga a day, a
With his record as thief and forger strain becomes serious. The aver Modern life with Its hurry and
last and
large part of year's irregular habits improper eating
plus two Sing Sing terms, he
$25,000,000 age "life span" of a finger-printer drinking--its risk of exposure and infection -
could be a big man in Berlinmaybe i is four years, and most of them seek -throws heavy strain on the workof
at the head of the bureau of summer the biggest the kidneys.They are apt to become
promotions or transfers to other positions over-taxed and fail to filter excess acid
education! \ tourist influx in Alaska'shistory the ablest becoming G-men. and other impurities from the liCe- vinl _

will arrive from G-men have a neVi method of tak-- blood.You may suffer nagging backache,
The Detroit Times editor forwardsthe the mainland in boats ing finger-prints. The old ink pad, headache, dizziness getting up nights
scoop that Mr. Knudsen's nameis such the section :0 with is out. Instead, they leg pains, swelling-feel constantlytired
as one a smears, ,nervous,all worn out. Other aigna
not pronounced "Ka-noo-sen, as 'of which is shown (right). use a nice clean pad saturated: withan of kidney bladder disorder are sometimes
his colleague Leon Henderson stat- burning, scanty or too frequent
invisible iron salt solution.
Should they venture north urination. ,
ed the other day. And it isn't pro- The fingers are pressed on the Try Doc,,'. Pilli. Doan'i help the
nounced "Ka-noodsen of Nome, they can almostsee harmful excess: body
either, as a is'made kidneys to pass off
then the
on a
pad, imprint than half a
have had more
Russian air base waste.They
countrywoman of the defense chief a Are recommended -
card which is sensitized with another century of public approval.
wrote us. It is: "Nood-sen," as less than 50 miles away i. chemical responsive to the iron by grateful users everywhere.

some of us contended right along."That's across Bering Strait. a solution. This produces a perfect Ask yourssphberf

the way we pronoune it," They'll know then why impression of the finger's loops and

explained Martfca Nood-sen "I'm this land needs defending. whorls without soiling the skin. DOAN I SPILLS
sure father pronounces it that way."

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''Sandy's Blowing AppearedTo '

Householdfeus Be a Bit Overdone! ASK MEANOTHER 'Th A QuizWifhAnswers' '. ,
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Offering Information

He was of a thrifty turn of ( on Various Subjects '

mind, having originally come
from Scotland. One day he was .

J told by a friend that instead of The Questions The Answers

putting a quarter into the meter,
much the same effect could be 1. Which of the Great Lakes has 1. Lake Ontario (245 feet abovesea -f

obtained by blowing smartly into the least elevation' above sea level). Lake Superior is 602

the slot. That night he tried the level? I feet above.

experiment with gratifying results. 2. In what country was the origi- 2. Greece. :

This went onfor some time, and nal Arcadia? 3. During the last 50 years con-

..finally an inspector from the gas 3. Of the bills vetoed by Presi- gress has passed only 1 out of every -

"company called to examine the dents, does congress generallypass 35 bills that have been vetoed.

I meter. He was obviously puzzled."What's them over the veto? 4. Five. For distinguished workin

'\ ..ice.t3 the matter?" asked the 4. Nobel prizes are awarded in chemistry, physics, physiologyor

'$Y ,. ../f i;, economizing householder. how many fields of endeavor? medicine, literature, and the
exclaimed the 5. What is given to cause 'of international
b a "Man, inspector name a peace.
.LY ', jr i J\ "I just can't,make it out. Ac- group of paid applauders? 5. A claque.

cording to my reading the com- 6. From what language does the 6. Latin (millia passuum, a thou

'::." pany owes you, three dollars." word mile come? I sand paces).


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.2.a-4'5-6tfr2J LM2J114&T RULE PAPER IN brown. The edge medium blue;
IZ.I [("SQUARES THEM the center darker blue and the
;V.i, \ .. ?\a! f .;f,:5F:';4::.v.i}%ti\.;%} 5 a ovEa spuAREss flowers in tones of red and deep
Q 7%, 4YIti 4 CUT OUT AND rose with leaves in two tones of ..,
;; '.h,4''ha5r'Zr' fa.wf ': k ;r ///r d RACE OhBURLAP I ? it rt?
f a vZ.<,!.iYYt, ; 61 green.

This diagram. shows you how to
WON'T YOU COME FOR TEA? I/1 I r. make a scroll pattern that you

(See Recipes Below) may use in 'different ways. Just '

/ rule a piece of paper in one-inch :
TIDBITS FOR TEA TABLESA ter until soft, add sugar gradually, squares and then follow the dia-

then add egg yolk beaten with warm I gram outlining the scroll so that

to town water. Add flour to creamed in- its lines
visiting celebrity comes cross squares exactlyas
there is a new bride to be enter- gredients and combine well. Chill they do here. Now, cut the

tained. For these and many other dough in refrigerator for about 1 scroll out and trace around it on _

occasions, an afternoon tea providesjust hour. Roll stiff dough out Va inch a5"x4o'H the burlap repeating it at each ;-.=

the right touch of sociability.You thick on lightly floured board or ALF the fun of hooking rugs is corner; then fill in the flowers.

be on the committee in pastry canvas. Add vanilla to egg in making your own designs.All .
can ri
white then beat in confectioners'sugar
have to do is to mark the j
much fun
charge and still have as beater NOTE: There are several other rug designs
(use rotary ) gradually -
as the guest of pattern on burlap with a wax with directions for knitting, crochet
until the is smooth and the
honor if you make icing crayon and then go over it with a ing and braiding in Booklet No. 6 of the ,
proper consistency to spread. series of home-making booklets which j ; Hji ,'
)! your plans care- warm iron to set it. Simple flow- %
Spread frosting over dough and Mrs. Spears has prepared for our readers.
fully. Plan to ers are easy to draw and in the Copy of Booklet 6 with description of the
sprinkle surface with almonds. Cut
make only enough olden days real leaves were used other numbers in the series will be mailedto ji :; '
dough into strips % inch wide and
for Scroll readers who will send name and address
for 12 designs com-
tea teacup patterns.
3 inches long, then place carefullyon with lOc In coin to: g ;:'.
I .; I I servings at onetime sheet. bined with flowers are popularnow
lightly greased baking
and repeatthe for use with ;Eighteenth cen-
,Bake in a moderate oven (375 degrees -
as tury furniture. The scrolls of the' l-J!
process Fahrenheit) until they are a MRS. RUTH WYETH SPEARS ;
fresh tea is needed. A large saucepan handsome rug shown here were Drawer 10 4.
light brown color, about 10 minutes Bedford Hills New York t--_ '
works like a charm for such hooked in gold color outlined in
teamaking. Tie 6 tablespoons of tea Tiny Tea Cakes. Enclose 10 cents for Book 6. :.:

loosely in 2 thicknesses of cheese- (88 2-inch cakes) Name ............................... ToDAY

cloth. Place the bag in the sauce- 4% cups cake flour TIPS Address ......../.................... BUY gurgasf
pan and pour 2 quarts of vigorously 6 teaspoons baking powder to i Gsnuio
boiling water over it. Cover and let 1 teaspoon salt Get t DEADNAUGH

stand for just 5 minutes over a very 1 cup butter or other shortening GardenersNEW
low heat. ,Then the tea im-' I, b11iht
pour 2 cups sugar La Libre BelgiqueLa M1't

mediately into a teapot which has 5 eggs (separated) d ,
! been rinsed with'scalding water.If .
1% cup milk Libre Belgique (Free Bel-
it is part of to the 5 pe Vlysh. FCr
your job buy 2 teaspoons; .vanilla SWEET PEAS gium-was one of.the most famousof

tea accompaniments the sugar, i Sift flour once before measuring. A NEW : the "underground" newspapers ? + D1
lemon and cream-remember that more vigorous, longer-
I Add baking powder and salt ands *- blooming, heat-resistant sweet during the first World war. Despite ptofoorY
there are about 80 tablets of
sugar t 3 times. Cream butter until the persistent efforts of the
in a 1-pound box and that should pea family has been introduced to
soft, add sugar gradually, creaming German of the
count on 2 per serving. Allow 2 the gardening world. It is the army occupation,
tablespoons of coffee cream until the mixture is light \and spring flowering sweet pea. newspaper was published and circulated -
per fluffy. Add the dry ingredients to at intervals for
serving-a pint and a half of cream Because of their newness, spring irregular
,: will be more than sufficient for 25 creamed mixture in thirds, alter- flowering' sweet. peas are as yet more than three years. It was T,
nately with milk, beating until read eagerly by the Belgians, circulation -
persons. Allow'also 1 slice of lemon available in only seven colors. '
smooth after each addition. Add to 25- f :. /
I.\' per serving. A large lemon Three All-American prizewinnerswere rising at one point Y.Y ,
'i' vanilla. Beat egg whites until they last 000 copies, although there were <
makes about'10 slices, V& inch thick. introduced year: Rose'
. are stiff but will still flow from an heavy penalties for mere posses-
pink, blue, and lavender. The new
Then, should you be asked to bring inverted bowl, and fold them lightly sion of a
ones this are white clear copy.
year ,
two or three kinds of cookies or into the cake batter. Drop the bat-
several dozen pink, light lavender, and mauve. In April, 1916, the, plant was discovered -
midget tea cakes, ter from a dessert spoon into oiled COrdPtEiE ;
The new sweet are by the Germans 'in a- vacant -
. '. here are recipes that will make your muffin tins about 2 inches in diame- peas grown WITH BUBOES '
tea contribution just like :. outstanding. ter. Bake in a moderate oven (350 BATTERIES ACTUAL
eral use. They may be planted had operated for more thana year.
degrees Fahrenheit) for 20 minutes. SIZE
Swedish Nut Wafers. outdoors as soon as the soil can Mass arrests followed, but the pa-
Cool and ice with favorite ic
{", (Makes 6 dozen wafers) your be worked. For best results the per continued to appear with a
.:, ,.,. J/4 cup shortening soil should be spaded to a depth of new editor and a new plant.
3/4 Pecan Crescents. 18 inches, and the lower 12 inches
cup sugar
(Makes 30 crescents) fertilizer
mixed with
: 1 well-beaten
: egg ( )
.:; : 1% cups flour (all-purpose) % cup butter well-rotted manure. The trench I Gold on the WayThe I
3 tablespoons powdered sugar should then be filled with the soil-
: ; Vz salt
: teaspoon
", 1 cup flour (all-purpose) fertilizer mixture to within six
:. 1 teaspoon baking powder 1 cup pecans (finely chopped) inches of the top, and the seed foot of the rainbow is never

'':.:;;.. .- 2 tablespoons milk % teaspoon vanilla planted one inch deep in this shal- where you think it is. Perhaps
, ; .
,.. :! 1 teaspoon vanilla Cream butter, add sugar and low trench. there is a pot of gold there, but
; : ;",, % cup chopped nut meats blend well. ,Add flour gradually and After vines are well established there are many more pots of gold Similes Prove Nothing

.:': .j ;' I Cream shortening until soft, then mix thoroughly. they should watered thoroughlyonce that you will pass on your way to Similes are like songs in love:

, ; add sugar gradually, creaming until 1t Stir in nut meats. every five to seven days, and realize your dreams. Some men they must describe; they prove

light and fluffy. [l ,Shape into small the flowers picked regularly. have the vision to see them. nothing.-Prior

Add egg and com- rolls, about the
bine thoroughly. size of a finger,

Sift flour once before = === then form into

measuring, = _--_ crescents. Place THE SMOKE OF SLOWER-BURNING CAMELS GIVES YOU -

then add salt and on a greased bak-
baking powder u_ ing sheet and bake in a moderateoven

and sift again. U -= (350 degrees Fahrenheit) for EXTRA MILDNESS EXTRA COOLNESS EXTRA FLAVOR
Add milk to the approximately 20 minutes. Roll in

creamed ingredi- powdered sugar while warm. -

ents, then flour and vanilla. Spreada Meringue Bars.

part of the batter in a very thin, (Makes 40 IVa-inch squares)

even layer over the bottom of a % cup shortening AN D o. LESS '
bread pan, using a small spatula. 1
cup sugar
Sprinkle with nut meats and mark
2 yolks (well-beaten
egg )
into strips % inches wide by 4%
1 teaspoon vanilla
',,' inches long. Bake, one pan at a
1% cake flour.
time, in a moderately slow oven
1 teaspoon baking
/ (325 degrees Fahrenheit) for about
% teaspoon salt
12 minutes. Cut into strips, loosen
% jam
strips from bottom of pan with spat- cup ,>
ula, and shape each one over the Cream shortening and add sugar '
rolling pin. If strips become too gradually. Beat in egg yolks and

brittle to shape, return them to oven vanilla. Sift flour once before meas- than the average of the 4 other
0: lo reheat and soften. uring, then add baking powder and

4l. Almond Finger Biscuits. salt and sift again. Add flour to largest-selling cigarettes testedless than

- '... (Makes 5 dozen) shortening and sugar mixture, mix- .
1% cups cake flour ing thoroughly. Spread % inch thickon any of them -according to independent

1 teaspoon cream of tartar well-greased baking sheet. Spread
,. % teaspoon soda lightly with jam. Top with the following scientific tests of the smoke Itself

.,' % teaspoon salt meringue and bake in a mod- DEL -

,'I. Vz cup butter erate oven (350 degrees Fahrenheit) 0
''... % cup sugar for about 25 minutes. THE
I 1 egg (separated) Meringue

1 tablespoon warm water 2 egg whites SMOKE'S A

Vz cup almonds (finely chopped) 1 cup brown sugar (firmly packed)

% teaspoon vanilla 1 cup nut meats (finely cut) THE '

% cup, confectioners' sugar Beat egg whites until stiff, and
Sift flour once before measuring.Add gradually beat in the sugar. Foldin /
soda, salt, and cream of tartar nut meats. THING !

and sift together. Cream but- (Released by Western Newspaper Union.)



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..,... .. ... .. r _.p., "I Id inl pvp-'bearl";; lerroas:; calamondm R. E.: i:;_: t.:, Fort :. yer:; Ga'.Ihalui' Benjamin O::::narJ .Sprague, Sv I Inhcusee; B. S. Weathers Jacksonville -'

*. li: W.:_-.1 .ZL.* -.11 I .* .' ., I IPubtlslled II .:; maiunu and magami |' LaGuardia, Washington, D. C.; E.j vannah, Ga.;, Hon. Elbert. L. Stew-: 1 ; Dr. C. E. Weaver, LaBelle;

I kumquatsTony's; satsuma, sour, D. Lambright Tampa: ; Edw trd W. art, Clewiston; L. L. Stuckey, Belle T. W. Weeks, Moore Haven; Ar-

! ever)' Friday In Cletsistonl I IFlot"ida. myrtle, Hamlin, Parson, Brown, Lane, Jacksonville; Mills B. Lane, .1! Glade; Ed Stumpf, West Palm thur Wells, Bean City; Dean J.
'ny the CI..ESTO); N ES,I Doone's early and navel oranges; ;( Jr., Savannah, Ga.; Hon. J. Edwin I Beach; Professor F. G. Sturchio,
Wells New York,
N. Y.
ttnc triumph grapefruit, and limequat. ; lIon.
j Larson, State Treasurer Tallahassee -
Clewiston Hon.. Robert Sikes,
; '
collected and arranged I George W. Whitehurst, Fort
The exhibit! was i, Myers;
; Otto Larsen, Clewiston; : House of Representatives, Wash-
Editor by County Agent Dewey Hon. J. J. Wiggins, Moore "Haven
KKATIILCY HOUDC.V. Hon. J. M. Lee, Comptroller,
: ington, D. C.; E. P. Taliaferro,
Glenn H. Williams
his assistants, Clewiston
Ward and among ;
hassee Hon. John I. Leonard,Talla-I
; Tampa W. F. Therkildson,
them :Mrs. H. H. McCall and Earl ] ; Miami; I Scott Wilson, New Orleans, La.;
] -as second class mall matter Palm Beach; Chaster E. G. E. Therry, West Palm Beach; .
F. J. Woods
Tampa Melvin
Office in R. Murray. |P ; J.
February 1, 1927. at the Post ( ami; Hal I. Leyshom, Miami; Hon.
John Tiedtke, Clewiston Dr. JohnJ.
"levJston:: r 12rida', under the Act of The booth housing the exhibit of ; Woodworth, New York, 'N. Y.:
Marion Loftin Jacksonville
Scott ,
1597.iibcrtItlon ; Tigert, Gainesville Forest P.
March 3. \ States Corporation : ; George O. Wright, West Palm
.. the United Sugar Burdett Loomis, Jr., Pierce.W. Tralles, St. Louis, Mo. Robert
.. ; i
.- adjoined the Hendry County I Beach; L. R. Yates, Moore 'Haven;
: C. Lord, Belle Glade; Howell I August Uihlein, Milwaukee, Wis.'
Kate $:.oo Per Yenr. .1' general display booth. There were 1 '\ Hon. F. D. Yaun, Moore Haven;
varieties of sugar cane. There : Tyson Lykes, Tampa; Thomas M. I R. Varner, Clewiston; Hon. David Leonard A. Young, Miami Beach..

Ad rtJlI'ug Rates On Application was many a long ,row of jars :showing Lykes, Tampa; George MacDonald Elmer Ward, Fort Myers; Hon. Senator Charles 0. Andrews! ,

- step by step the manufacture.of. Palm Beach;; Stewart McDonald, Dewey H. Ward, LaBelle.; Roy N: Washington, D. C.; Hon"I Pat _Cannon -
and welfare Palm Beach J. A. McGehee, Clewiston Warnock, Moore Haven.
te\oted to 'the advancement sugar from the juice pressed from i ; Representative, Washington,
of Clcwiston and Hendry County. cane stalks to the finished product. t ; William R. McQuaid, Jackson- Harley Watson, Arcadia; Hon. D. C.; Joseph E. Uihlein' Milwaukee

Several bags contained samples of ville; Hon. W. T. Maddox Sheriff Tom Watson, Attorney General, Tal- I Wis.

the new cattle feeds. being made. by' Hendry County, LaBelle; H. W. I ___ _________ _":_ r '_ _______________J _____ _
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iHendry County J *. The exhibit was I Marsh Lake Wales; Nathan Mayo, I" r I

.the corporation interesting and educational. Tallahassee; Rev. H. C. Meador, .:..:...,:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..::NNINININ:N,1.:N:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:N:.....:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:IN:.:NN..:IN, :..:N:. i
Exhibits Win Blue J very Clewiston; Hon. Luther M. Mershon y .hY ,
Miami; George B. Miller, Miami;
Ribbons At Fair! BAPTIST Hamish Mitchell, Southampton, X ... 1..
Bermuda; Harley Montgomery, .%. .
Dr. G. H. Crutcher of Tampa
Coral Gables; Jay W. Moran, Clew- :
will be the preacher for the revival :
Hendiy County News) West Palm.
iston Don Morris,
services to be held in the : ..
:ilendry: County's exhibit lastleek .%. .
First Baptist Church beginning I Hon. Russell Morrow, Lake ii:
Southwest Florida Fair .:..
at Worth S. Moss, Jr., New
took four blue ribbons Sunday. Dr. Crutcher recently ; Joseph > .:. .
tftt Fort Myers
resigned the Riverside Baptist York, N. Y.; H. .L. Mossbarger, V
" red and $125 In
t and one with Church of Tampa to enter evan- Miami; Charles. Stewart Mott, Flint, Y
in competition Y
iprize money Mich. Hon. M. U. Mounts County I hY
and Pine Island.73lues gelistic work. He comes to us well ; Y
Charlotte County
Agent, Palm Beach County, West
qualified for the task. He has 1 -
asa Y
the display
were won
missionary to Mexico, and Palm Beach; Otis E. Mulliken, Y
n' been a
' ,
R=bole and () classified products United States Department of Agri- Y DOES MOT ZIGZAG
Executive Secretaryof
later served as
adjudged second y
vegetables were
while I
culture Washington D. C. George
Louisiana Baptist Convention ;
and .tagged with the red the y.s. .I L6UAS
best for eight years. vHe held the H. Myers, Washington, D. C.; Dr.J. I I .i...i.y .
tribbon.. '
Baptist R. Neller, Belle Glade Experi-
blue chair of Evangelism at the
-He'ndtJ' Xon the big double I y r
the complete exhibit Bible Institute of New Orleans fora ment Station, Belle Glade; Carawan ,-
ribbon on Wilmon ... .z.
Nelson Dr.
number of before comingto
*blue on citrus, blue on canned years .
I Newell, Dean of College of Agriculture -
of the Fifth Avenue /
Varieties, and blue on farm pro- the pastorate of Florida, :::, :i:
Church of St. Peters-
;ductsand tropical fruits. The display Baptist /. r
i there he went to the Gainesville; Dr. J. G.. Niblack,
bf tl'esh'egetables was ad- burg.. From y ..
l Clewiston Charles M. Nicholson, .
awarded Riverside Church of Tampa wherehe ; '
Suaged: ;Second best and

$the :red libbon.Hendty's spent eleven successful years as partment Sugar Division of Agriculture, United ,States Washington De-- : ..:J.:;. ,, ';. ;

booth was attractively pastor.the Evangelistic He .is a former Committee chairmanof of D. C.; Thomas Oxnard, Sa- :: [ l im ; ". :i:

arra'nged, showed a large variety vannah Sugar Refining Corp., Sa- y
and .s.
the Florida Baptist ,
*.ol ':lancy' farm and grove products State, I I is now a: member of the Home vannah, Ga.; Cecil V. Parkinson, '+ (Explanation on Page Eight) :_,
sTntt was praised :highly by : H. y
Mission Board of the Southern Clewiston; Hon. J. Peeples .. .z.

:3Tair. After a thorough inspection You are cordially invited to hear
:;: is consistent savings. Start :;:
* eferytlwng on display, Commissioner this great Christian man. Dr. ,Nelson 'Perin, Washington, D. C.:; ;; .
;Mayo said, "The.Hendry. Crutcher will ,speak at 11 o'clockand W. W. Perry, .Clewiston; William :*_: this pay day. Put aside a stated amount :*::
L. Peters, Washington, D. C.; Hon.
H: "tIa''es n.1 9 o'clock in the morning and at J. Hardin Peterson' House of Representatives :;:. regularly. With dividends compounded, ::

''One :Side of the booth was given 8 o'clock in the evening each week 'Vernon Ramsey, Washington Clewiston, D.; Paul C.; :::: it grows to a real protection for emerg ::::

fresh ,vegetables, the center day. Avail yourselves of this op- h s
Rardin, Canal Point; J. Leonard encies.t .
'and friends. + ;-
portunity bring your '
fib canned products and the other
Replogle, Palm Beach; Wiley R. Y .y
the Tto 'c trus., Reynolds, Palm Beach; Edward y y
The vegetable assortment con- Coleman Romfh, Miami; N. F. S. Y Y

listed 'of celery, tomato: pepper, Russell, Burlington, N. J.; Dr .G. y Y
cocozelle ;plant, cabbage, cola'l'ds' Arthur P. Vaughn of Fort y y
egg B. Sartoris, Canal Point; Herbert Y Y
mustard, turnips,. squash, Myers will again fill the pulpit al S. Sawyer, Miami; Hon. J. F. Scul- y .Y

*Ch mese cabbage, carrots> cauliflower the morning service Sunday at. the len, Belle Glade; Carr Settle, MooreHaven Y x'' .X y

: onions, :'.: lettuce, spinach, Community, __CHurch. ,, ; Waldo Sexton, Vero Beach; + f:

"beat's: 'beans., broccoli escarole, also Ever :alert toT promote' Florida Robert H: Shields,* United States .. ..s.f .
:llisstonarg .strawberry plants.ming y
citrus, Congressman Joe Hendricks: Department of Agriculture, Y YI
:exhibit was made up of distributed and, ,. D. C.; 'A. W. Sias, Clewis- :: :!:

;ktimirua. 't, :guava, tangerine, grape- grapefruit'recently' to many of his oranges colleagues.The ton; McGregor Smith, Coral Gables. I .!....................:...:..:..:0.:...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.'.:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:...:..:..:...:...:..:..:..:..:..:<..:..
tl .itor.ange: and papaya syrup; -
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Growers ,and Shippers : : : : : :o.: : : : : : : : : :":": :": :":":':":":":
:te-moft, ;sour 'orange, orange, blackberry -I Orlando. I .:.;.:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.'i"...,

gtape, black wild grape and '" '.: '
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tomato juices; tomato ketchup; .:..:. ,7 I' ..._.
List Of GuestsContinued l .... .. .
ime ; ; .
"blackberry, guava, jujube, ; ', .s'.t'.s..s.
chutney guava, pineapple, pear, I .... ,;;t, :,. : .s"s.11'
;apple KUD:1J.uaQmato: grapefruit, ( From Page Agri-I ._.._. \ .. AN :ss:.
United States Department of .
tarang': 'strawberry; red guava and :ss: ,} -j ; .
culture, Washington, D. C:; Carl.A. .s..s. 's"%

iuat zmpe=and jelly nixed; carrot: citrus, papayakum marmalade;- DeGersdorff, New York, N. Y.; :;::: ..,: ;' ":':,-. : .If'l -,.- :.:.:.;.:

?umquat, :strawberry and calamon- James H. Douglas, New York, N. Y.; .I..!. '.. ALL ELECTRIC ,". '.- ....
;din John Dulaney, Pahokee. / -
preserves. I .
Papaya: orange and tangerine John V. Dunne, Boca Raton; J. II ) ; : .c.J t i

onservfcs": ;; guava and jujube but- L. Edgerton. Atlanta, Ga.; Hon. ., : ., ..... .. HOME ., < H. : s
.ii. .: .s.'s.
of : .
'ter: I Colin English, Superintendent '-
mulberry and blackberry .: :. '.. j. .s"
jams} green tomato .and green pepper Public Instruction, Tallahassee; ..G.i 'i"i' ..... ..... .. .. .'p: '. ':' ,.. .""f... :s:::
Relish; cucumber, bread and i E. Etherton, Clewiston; Dr. J; W. ::::z: : ++

butter, sweet mixed, green tomato I Ezelle, Clewiston; L. E. Farnam AV yy....
and Kumquat pickles; guava, tomato Moore Haven; Josiah Ferris, Wash- ... 5(5

< and mango chutney, honey"with I ington, D. C.; Rev. Father FrankJ.
tomb: and strained honey. Finnegan, Melbourne; Francis P. i U:: : Electricity is the modern servant; a servant that :f.

'Canned meats and meat products Fleming, Jacksonville; Rev. FatherL. i the of the
I ** takes car of both the work and pleasures ::::
:Represented leaf lard chicken, sausage J. Flynn, Clewiston; R. P. Foote

: patties and ,roast beef. New York, N. Y.; J. H. Franklin, I :i::: home and one that will do everything ,quickly, ,efficient- **
Canned Hialeah J. E.' Frierson, Moore Haven .
vegetables were string ; ...z. .t.
beans with bacon- beets, kraut tomatoes ; Lewis,, A. Garred, Detroit ...;. ly and economIc a II y. 'i"'s"s'

. wax: beans sveet potatoes, 1Iich.John; G. Getz, Jr., Detroit, .s'"

'bollards. mustard, spinach, broccoli, Mich. :::: One penny will toast 26 crunchy slices of toast, or ::::

peppers, carrots, field peas, egg John M. Gledhill/ Pahokee; Her-
plant Irish potatoes, celery and man Gold, Pahokee, Dr. W. W/ ** give your eyes two hours 'of safe reading light or operate :8::

' orn. Gorges, Washington, D. C.; Hon. _:::_: 'radio for most of d"ay-and-ELECTRICITY is ::!::
'Canned fruits showed huckle- Ernest R. Graham, Hialeah; Hon.R. i your <<; a

"berry, mulberry, grapefruit, pears, A. Gray, Secretary of State, :;::i: one thing that gets cheaper the more of it that you use. :;t,3t : :
:pineapple, guava: and blackberry. Tallahassee; Hon. Robert Alexis ._' YY: c

Crystalized fruits showed grape- Green, Washington, D. C.; J. A. ss... 'l'c'J

truit,. calamondin, orange' kumquatand Griffin, Tampa; Byron C. Hanks, ::_;: That is why It is so 'easy to have and enjoy a home :.s.s:.:!.:.

lemon. Miami; Carl Hanton, Fort Myers; z.
that all electric and mo d ern. '{ey +
Nolan New York N. Y.
The tropical fruit display was Harrigan, ; i ?y

made up of horse bananas, chayote, James J. Harrington, Indian River 1 yyyf

papaya, pineapple, spineless cactus, Mich.; R. Hart, Washington, D. C.; p .yy.z' .s'"j'y
.guava, jujube and Surinam cherries. F. W. Heiser, Fellesmere Sugar yy

The farm products display, showed Producers Ass'n.., Fellesmere; Hon. : ::
Schley pecans, chicken lettuce, Joe Hendrick's, Washington, D. C.; SERV'l'

Red Bliss potatoes, Puerto Rico J. B. Hendry, Jr., LaBelle; J. B. ..:....%. ... ...s.t .

!yams, Nancy Hall sweet potatoes, Hendry Sr., Tampa; Joseph Hill, .f. A

'dasheens, Cuban flint corn, Hastings West Palm Beach. : ''ANT-USE IT EXTRAVAGANTLY. '

prolific corn, tux pan yellow George B. Hills Jacksonville; .%..:. .s...
worn, seven varieties of cane, napiergrass Hon Spessard L. Holland, Talla- 't' ., Ah
guinea grass, lemon grass, hassee; W. H. Hoodless, Philadel- ';.:i:
crotolaria, natal phia, Pa. W. R. Hooker, Belle XX.t.
grass, para grass, ; X ...
Bermuda grass, St. Augustine grass, Glade; Dr. William D. Horne, ..... .} of{
.... : .r 1 1 1i '
carpet grass, Egyptian wheat, Span- Clewiston; George B. Howell, Tam- .'.s' J": 44., -- ...
ish peanuts. pa; Dr. Harold Hume, Universityof : .f' ;
Three varieties of grapefruit Florida, Gainesville; B. J. M

were shown, Marsh seedless, I Jaeckel, West Palm Beach; W. H

Thompson pink and Duncan. Six Jayne, Orlando; Luther Jones, Belle, ;i ; Power and Co. Iil
Glades H
varieties of oranges, King, Temple, Glade; A. I. Kaplan, New York, N it: Light

seedling, Brazilian, pineapple and Y.; Russell Kay, Tampa; E. E" 1i ...
Valencia. One of tangerines. the Kelly, Clewiston; Hon. Arnold l .s'.f. A

Dancy. Kirchman, Belle Glade; Robert W .vf...
There were seven plates of Kloeppel, Jacksonville; John S.. .."z.. .}..

fruits: ,Chinese, key; 1 .' Persian, I Knight, Miami. ; ..z'... .. r ..;....s.I ..

Franca Tahiti ,and ponderosa Rangpur, Kennedy limes" ;, rough Villa pa Peter; Frank Oliphant F. Kolbe Knight, Chicago, Sr., ,Tam Ill.;;:. I (..z.!......._...:......:......._.....:......:.....:.......:......:......:......:.....":.,_'r'.......:...:.....:..---:0.-..................._. ..................................................................................................................................-...............................:.......:......:.......:....:......:.........:......:......:.....Ir'.rv:.......:..,.:...)_o...-....:....#).rIIr',9i o.:...:..r....1:.:



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Claire Jones, young
, Mr. 'and Mrs. H. C. Jones, has been BIRTHDAY FRIDAY Evangelist BIRDS OF THE EVERGLADES ,'010,'

quite ill for several days with a I ,}

i l[ Personals ] serious throat infection. She was Alicia Theus,. daughter of Mr.: fiZ'.W"t.: \, WHITE WADING BIRDS :' ,,

: taken to a hospital in West ,Palm and Mrs. H. E. Theus, celebrated /a

Beach the first of the week. Her her fifth birthday with a party at (By Willard E. Dilley)". :;;

mother, who has stayed with' her her home Friday afternoon. I Ed. Note-This is the first of a "....;
Ray Bass,spent the week-end with there, reports that she is improv J After a pleasant hour of games series on birds to be written for '

Kissimmee. ing. f Mrs. Theus, assisted by Emily Joyce the News by Mr. Dilley. Although '
friends in .
..... and caketo
served 'ice
-- Bullen, cream a resident of Clewiston for only "a
Mrs. Flora Deans of Tampa, the following ''guests: Ronald few weeks he is keenly interested,
- Miss Ruth Marshall was a visi- spent the week-end in' Clewiston Hare, John Perry, Marie Sapp, : : in the bird-life of this 'area as he

tor in West Palm Beach Saturday. with her daughter, Mrs. W. H. Carolyn Robinson, Charlotte, and 1T ;: :: has been in all birds since he' was '

"i Lanier, and family. Mrs. Deans Shirley Krueger, Ray Jordan, Jane a youngster of twelve. He is an
Mrs. J. '''W. Ezelle, :Mrs. J. F. was accompanied by a friend, Mrs. McGowan, Jo Ann Harris, Beverly ornithologist of considerable note

Curry and Miss Kathleen Flauikeu Sadie Walton, of Wilmington, N. C., Carlton, Sharon Crochet, Patsy and a member of both the National

spent" Friday. in West Palm Beach.. who is on a vacation visit to Flor- Meredith, Lewis and Ray Melancon, Audubon Society and the Wilson

ida. Mrs. Deans and Mrs. Walton' Georgeanne Suggs, Darryl and Club, serving prior to his coming

Miss Evelyn Kellems spent the returned to Tampa Sunday. Heather Guthrie, Shari Land, here as vice president of the

week-end in: Fort Pierce visitingDr. Wayne and Mary Jean King, Martha Audubon Society of Erie, Pa. His

and Mrs., I. O. Bishop. GEORGE KINGSLEY SPEAKSTO : Davis, Charline Adams and work with birds caused him to be

i \ GARDEN CLUB MEMBERS Donald i Stiles. aDR. issued a license for banding' birds

I Miss Beth Nail spent the week- by the Biological Survey of Wash-

end with Mr. and Mrs.' Stacey l A splendid talk on the history ;MRS. KEITH HARTSFIELD ington, D. C., and he has had some
COMPLIMENTS HER ;MOTHER ,thrilling experiences in
I Rowell in Miami. and culture of 'amaryllis was givenby banding
George Kingsley of Canal Pointto hawks and eagles. It was largely
Mrs. Keith Hartsfield entertained from his notes that Dr., Todd of
N. A. Broking, editor of the members of the Clewiston Gar-
i with an evening bridge, party re- Carnegie Museum gathered data
I Highlands County News, and W. Z. den Club at the meeting yesterday I mother I G. H. CRUTCHER ..
cently complimenting her for his book on Birds of Western "
Carson, of Sebring,, were visitors afternoon at the Inn.
Mrs. Emil Minder, of Chicago, whois
Pennsylvania in
I and the book Mr.
that Dr. G. H. Crutcher of
in Clewiston Monday. Mr. Kingsley pointed out, Tampa
visiting her for several weeks. Dilley' is due
I given credit for his
will series of revival
the lilies commonly known, as begin a serv-
i First prize, a set of serving help.)
Mrs. W. B. Farrow',of Savannah, amaryllis are not the true' 'arn'a\yllis* trays, went to Mrs. Arie Kings- ices at, the First Baptist Church on
Ga., is the guest of her daughter, which he described as to' appearance I the coming Sunday which will last
berry, and a cigarette set' as second Of the Everglades birds probably -
Mrs. L. C. Rosenberg and Mr. and habitat. He then gave the through the two week period end-
prize went to Mrs. Fred'Curry.. the most conspicuous are the
correct botanical names for the dif- ing March 16.
Rosenberg.Mrs. Mrs. Minder received a lovely guest white wading birds. Most of these
ferent varieties known as amaryllis, Dr. Crutcher is said to be well
remembrance.Mrs. are Egrets, often mistakenly called
'Virginia : and during his talk: spoke of themin qualified as an evangelist and recently -
A. W. Lawrence, Miss Hartsfield served pie and white cranes.
I Saxon, G. K. Goff and Miss common terms. Mr. Kingsley ,' coffee to Mrs. Minder, Mrs. Kings- resigned as pastor of a The Egrets are members of the
jl amaryllis as a hobby and has church in Tampa to enter evangelistic -
Marcia Avant spent the weekendin Miss Ruth
I berry, Mrs Curry, Marshall Heron family and like'most birdsof
several acres 'of 'them in Canal work. He has served as a mis-
Miami. Mrs. Virginia Jordon, Mrs., this group feed on insects, liz-
Point, where they attract much at sionary to Mexico, was eight years
J. W. Ezelle Mrs. Miles 'H. Thomas '
ards, frogs, and minnows. They
tention. He has color varie- Executive of the Louisi-
many Secretary
I Mrs. James Harris and sons spent Mrs. B. C. Flaniken, Mrs. R. N. may be easily identified by the
display of Beautiful held
and Convention
ties brought a ana Baptist
several days in LaBelle this, week Smith, Mrs. R. H. Knight, Mrs. Earl following characteristics. The'
blooms and foliage for club the' chair of Evangelism at, the Bible
I with her parents; Mr. and Mrs. : Smith and Mrs. Carl Johnson. American Egret is the largest, witha
members to'see. His discussion of Institute of New Orleans for a '
Frank Turner. beak black and
yellow and legs
how, to cultivate, propagate and number of years before he came to "
r.--- feet. The Snowy Egret is 'much
care for the bulbs was most help- Florida as a pastor.
the smaller with black beak black legs,
Miss Frances Morgan spent : ful. Two services will be )held each ;
week-end visiting her sister, Miss' An old-fashioned revival meetingis and yellow feet. The young of the .
I Mrs. W. C. Owen, chairman of. in at the South day, morning and evening and
now: progress has
Margaret Morgan, who is night' supervisor Snowy Egret: greenishyellowlegs
is invited to attend -
the flower committee, reported on everyone
Clewiston Pentecostal Church with
at Good Samaritan Hospital and might be confused with
the activities of the committee and as many of the services as '
in West Palm Beach. Evangelist Ethel Browning as the young of the Little Blue Heron.
announced that the next meeting I possible.
speaker. She also gives vocal and However the young of the Little
would be a flower show for the accordion selections.The .
Bob Patterson, 'son of Mr. and Blue Heron has a dark slate colored '
club. Each, member is.to wear to public will be attracted by WINNIE AYERS CIRCLE MEET ,
Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, has been mark on the outer ',edge' of each
the meeting a hat made of fresh the powerful she is bring
elected president of the Kappa wing. Another white member cf
Sigma fraternity at the Universityof flowers and foliage; 'prizes' will be ing each evening, some of the' The Winnie Ayers Circle met at this group is the Great White

Florida. : given for the best and for' (the mostorighial subjects are Salvation, Divine Healing the home of Mrs. W. C. Mathis Heron. It does not possess' the

i hat. ,There will also be a The Soon Coming' of"the'Lord.. Tuesday afternoon with eleven bright yellow beak or the blacklegs -

contest of flower ,arrangementswith Every one is welcome.: The members and three visitors present. of the smaller American 'Egret.

Miss Edythe Nell' Cornette of ,' prizes for the best,. ,,t,in" several service begins each evening at '7:30.M. After a short business meeting the A white wading bird of another
Florida Southern at 'Lake- '
land spent the week-end College here with' classes. M. Dudley, Pastor.; circle studied the first 'chapter of family is the White Ibis. It is

Mrs. H. C. Kolstad, chairman of the new book "Stewardship, in the (Continued on Page 8)
her parents, 'Mr. and Mrs. E. M.
the junior garden club committee, LADIES AID TO MEET Life of Women."
reported on the junior club's' meet- Delicious refreshments of 'choco-
.... .
: ---' The Ladies Aid ot'the
ings and invited: members 1;6f the Society late cake and Russian tea was serv FOR RENT-Small, furnished, apart-
Mrs. Jay. W, ,Moran is ,expected club to visit them ',at any time.{ Community Church will have its ed to the following: Mrs. Alex Mc- I ment., F. L. Williamson? tf.
home today from a West Palm chairman the regular March meeting at the
Mrs. Kolstad, of Gowan, Mrs. E. M. Cornette, Mrs.
Beach hospital,here the .'lias been'for committee reported; that church next Thursday afternoon,
library: ; :: Fred Topper, Mrs. H. E. 'Walker,
several' days-freceiyirig,,treatment, '496'.books....have.. -beeir.'received for March 6, at 3 o'clock.-: *. '. Mrs. R. J. Blount, Mrs.':il. S. Bell; < CLEWISTON ,", .

for a throat infection.Mrs. ;/ the library arid' have. f ;been'< placed, I JUNIOR G. A. MEETINGThe Mrs. D. B. Allen, Mrs.:' Harry' Phillips TINNING & PLUMBING SHOP

on the shelves :and urged members I[ Mrs. Clayton Waters;: JMrs. F.
W. F. Therkildson of Miami who have books for the library to Junior Girls Auxiliary of A. Hanna, Mrs. H. C. Meador, Mrs. Anything in Plumbing, Fixtures

was a visitor in Clewiston Tuesday give them as soon as possible. the First Baptist Church met Fri I W. W Perry and Mrs., Paul Hite. Prompt, Efficient Service

accompanying her' husband, who I I I Children's books are_ r particularly, day at the home of the counsellor,
was a. guest at, President Bitting's desired at this,, time. It, was planned Mrs. E. E. Kelly. ,- '
dinner at ,the Inn Tuesday, evening.; for members to' visit :the library, Mrs. L' C. ':Vowelf gavel a splen- WANTED TO RENT Would like

I after. the meeting, but rain prevented. did talk' to the girls. Those pres- to rent a house in Clewiston.

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Turner spent I Mrs. L L. Spicer, president,' ent at the meeting were Joan Harold Magill, plantation. machine J. M. COUSE
(> the week-end in Tampa with Mr. presided at the meeting and Mrs. Walker, Margie Allen, Betty Dix- shops.

and Mrs. George Turner. They W. H. Lanier acted as secretary in on, Betty Lou Emrich, Joyce Phillips I Counselor and Attorney at ,Law

were accompanied by Mrs. Ruth B. the absence of Mrs.1C.( E.: Nall., Wanda Shelfer, Wilma Tingle Hopkins Building
Owens, who visited her son, The hostesses wereMrs.. 'M. M. Ruth Emrich, Nadine Andrews, 50c' ADDITIONAL SAVINGS! If Wednesdays and Saturdays -

Thomas B. Owens and family. Prewitt, Mrs. W. C. Prewitt; Mrs.J. June Collier and Marilyn Shelfer. you clip this ad and bring, it 0:30 to 4:00

H. Pressley, Mrs. .'W. W. Perry with your radio to Sears' modern, "

Fred L. Treat of Bradenton, and Mrs. W. C. Owen, Visitors included FORT ;MYERS GARDEN TOUR completely equipped service depart- Glasses Fitted and Scientifically Repaired Broken Duplicated Lennes;,':1'

Scout Executive of the Sunniland Mrs. Charles''' Bolton, '''Mrs.E. ment. Worth 50c on labor on an'yrad '::'
Council, attended a meeting of W. Dilley, Mrs. ,Florence Wal- For the seventh consecutive sea- o repair. DR. ,' ;

Glades- and Hendry scout officials dron, Mrs. W. G. Mathis and Mr. son the Edison Park Community Optometrist ." ,., "
Phone IDS 5 Collier Arcade .. ,
Congressional Church of Fort -
and the Clewiston Boy Scout Troop Kingsley. Fort Myers. Florida --
Monday evening. Members attending were Mrs. W. Myers will hold a tour of famous Successor to K. H. Oakley -

E. Bolton, Mrs. Keathley Bowden, and beautiful gardens next Thurs-I 1000 1st Street, Ft. Myers, Fla.Johnson's .

Charles 'Turner and Joel Keene Mrs. J. H. Doty, Mrs.; E. W.' Durst, day, March 6th, from 2-5 ,
attended a district meeting of Future Mrs. A. L. Hackett, Mrs. 0. A. Garden lovers will find charming

Farmers of America, held' in Jones, Mrs. E. E. ,Kelly,' Mrs. H. C. arrangements of sub-tropical ,shrubs I I HOMEO.WNERI

Okeechobee Monday evening. Charleswas Kolstad, Mrs. W. H. Lanier, Mrs. I and flowers at the homes of Mrs. I. Fish Camp

the delegate from the Clewis- \V. L. Lott, Mrs. P. M. McIntyre, [Alexander J.. Rea and, of Mr. JamesC.
ton chapter. Mrs. C. L. McLendon, Mrs. J. F. I' .' Elms; while the Edison Estate (Near Hurricane Gate)

Morrison, Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw, with its uhique plan and its great Clewiston, Fla.

Mr. and Mrs. George Eichelbergei- Mrs. F. M. Rodriguez, Mrs. L. L. I' variety of unusual growths is of- Boats and Motors-Guide Service

of Clearwater are arriving today to Spicer, Mrs. E. L. Stewart, Mrs. A. special interest because of its intimate Rates ReasonableW.

spend the week-end.' Mr. Eichel- O. Ward and Mrs. ,R. C. Wilson. connection with the life and I H. Johnson Mgr.
berger expects to spend his time studies of "Thomas Alva Edison. ? ,

fishing on Lake Okeechobee and DENNY CHILDRESS CELEBRATES The adjoining grounds of Henry I

Mrs. Eichelberger will visit her FIFTH BIRTHDAY WITH PARTY Ford may' be visited also and the ,

friend, Mrs. F. E. Chalker. tour ends at the Burroughs Estate. MECHANICAL, STRUCTURAL

Mrs. R. '''N. Childress, entertained There tea will be served'under the' ARCHITECTURAL DESIGNS

9 Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Teriot of with a children's party- Friday aft: palms by the river, displays of Maps Estimates

LaFayette, Louisiana, spent Sunday ernoon celebrating the fifth birthday shells and of tropical fruits, anda YOU DON'T ...

.here with friends en route froma of her son, Denny. Red, ,white program of music will, be offered. JOHN H. DOTYEngineering

visit in Miami to their' home in and blue streamers decorated the The price of admission Is $1.00 I Consultant NEED CASH FOR YOUR

Louisiana. Both Mr. Teriot, and dining room, and a hatchet game which includes a souvenir map 'with I I Hopkins Bldg. Clewiston, Fla. I

his wife, 'who'is the former Vilma and a hunt for hidden cherries directions for finding the gardens, REPAIRS or REMODELING

Rhodes. are former Clewiston resi- helped provide entertainment for a list of unusual growths and where I" -.

dents. the youngsters. they may be found, and admit- .

Ice cream, candies, and cake tance to the tea at the Burroughs'
Mrs. B,. H. Cutting is recuperating with cherry decorations were serv- I home. Tickets may be obtained at RUMFORD DELAY

at the home of her mother-in- ed to Gene Fuller, Paul Bowden, the Fort Myers Chamber, at Mill- WILL EXCITE EVEN A NO

law, Mrs. B. H. Cuttino, Sr., in Patsy Meredith, June Collier, Caroline er's Gift Shop, or at the Burroughs JADED APPETITE RED TAPE

Sumter, S. C., ,following an ap- Thomas, Nadine Andrews, Mary Estate, 610 First Street, and

pendectomy performed in the Fay Andrews, Linda Lee, Ronald transportation will be furnished to '

Sumter Hospital several days ago. : Hare, Jimmy: Knight, ''Howafd, those unable to drive their own I r

Mr. Cuttino returned Thursday Smith and Alfred Meador. Mrs. cars.

from a visit of a few days with his Virginia Jordon, Mrs. C. W. Fuller I BishopWilsonLumber

wife and daughter' Anita. and Mrs. Ed Collier assisted Mrs. MRS. R. X. S\lITII.1I0STESS:

'.. -- Childress in entertaining. AT BRIDGE CLUB THURSDAY Co.
Mrs. Herman Scharnberg of

New York is arriving today for a KIWANIS CLUB )\Irs. R. N. Smith entertained her 1 r} CLEWISTON, FLA.FRIDAY "
visit with friends in Clewiston.Mrs. bridg6 club at her home Thursday

.' Scharnberg, whose husband.' The Kiwanis Club dispensed with afternoon. Mrs. Ears Smith won I BAK gF41

was sugar house superintendent until its planned program Wednesday first prize and J. Neilsen I i : .
his death last fall, has 'been residing evening to attend the benefit show second prize. ",
in New York with her sisters given at the school auditorium. Roy i The hostess served chocolate pie I ".,';:,

and in Cambridge, Mass., with Acuff's company, entertainers form and coffee to Mrs". J. G. Niblack, I I M -
her son; Oliver, for the past few erly connected with radio station I Mrs. Miles H.; Thomas, Mrs. Keith 'lee FAEE containing Send for dozens.tw. boo ofbrfgb :-

months. 'A group of_ friends are WSM at Nashville, were to give the' Hartsfield, Mrs.: Emil Minder, Mrs. I ,i t ideas to improveohphosphate
making the trip to Palm Beach today Kiwanians a program of entertain-, Richard Knight, Mrs. Earl Smith your Rumford biking a.l'u: .Addreii- Powder,:
to meet her.: ment. -' '' and ,Mrs. Nielsen. I double-acting Box:N, Rumfora R.L J I 'OD6


1 jtT

"Why, I mushed many a trail ------ --------
with that leather-necked ol' pan-

swizzler," was his slightly retarded UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL HOUSEHOLD

rejoinder. "And I seen you when k

you was a squallin' little brat no 1 QUESTIONSKerosene

lPt y bigger 'n a minute, over back o' SUNDAY Lesson

Pickle Crick Camp. Why, it was

BY ARTHUR STRINGER W. N. U. Service me helped tote you down t' the sky- By HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST. D. D. is a good cleansing

pilot at Elk Crossin', when you was Dean of The Moody Bible Instituteof agent for porcelain. ,
THE STORY SO FAR christened. And consoomed my Chicago. I
(Released by Western Newspaper Union.)
Carol Coburn Alaska born Is returning claim. He Is engaged to TrumbuU's daugh share o' the moose-milk after that Baked potatoes, if broken as j
north to teach In an Indian school. ter. sky-pilot 'd mushed on t' his next
Eric (the Carol had seen Lander and Barbara Lesson for March 2 soon as taken from the oven to let
Aboard ship she Is annoyed by mission post. They called you Carol
Red) Ericson, an.agitator. She la rescued In fond farewell at the'Seattle dock. in them out the steam, will not be soggy
Miss Tectzel, head of the Indian school, days. when served.
by; a young engineer. Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected -
"Carol Coburn I said
Carol's youth. Carol gets, a letter Koyukuk .
She 13 disappointed that he is Sidney resents and copyrighted by International *
to learn from Lander asking for her father's documents feeling a little closer to him. Council of Religious Education; used by
In turn
Lander and he Is surprised permission Should the lock in door
her name. He Is working for the Trumbull and declaring "The Trumbull outfit. "Sure it was, girlie," said my -.- freeze heat the your car
company which Is contesting her father's and I are parting company." new-found friend. "Your pappy 'd THE key over a match
INSTALLMENT III been pannin' pay dirt along the Koy- *
ukuk and held he was'handin' luckon
CHAPTER HI The old-timer, when he spat again, t' you with that name." Sock- LESSON TEXT-Luke 19:41-20:8. Boiled frosting will not crack
GOLDEN TEXT-And why call ye me, when put on cake if few
able to convert the movementinto a dropsof
was' Eye.spat luxuriously, indicated the Lord. Lord, and do'not the things which 1
I couldn't send documents whichI a sweeping gesture o'f repudiation. right trail fork for Katie to take, say-Luke 6:46. vinegar are added to it when

didn't possess on to Sidney Lander. and turned back to me. "But his putting in flavoring.

And I couldn't get any response to "And right now a thievin' lot o' own luck didn't hold out. It sure "By what authority doest thou

my repeated letters to the high-and- politicians is set.on turnin' this val- didn't." Still again Sock-Eye spat. these things?" The question of the

mighty Record Office officials at Ju- ley into a truck garden for a bunch "That was a dirty deal they gave scribes was a proper one, even How To RelieveBronchitis

neau. I had to wait, as women so o' broken-down corn-rustlers ,on re- him over on the Chakitana." though their spirit and purpose in

often have to do in this world. lief. They've got their survey men "He died there," I said, with reproving asking it may have been wrong. Any

Summer, up here under the shadow over there, markin' out road lines quietness in my tone. man who claims to have authorityover

of the pole, seemed a very short and drivin' stakes'and claimin'they're "And died fightin' for his rights, others should expect to be

season. I'd been twice to Anchor- pavin' the way for the resur- tryin' to push through t' the Record asked that question and be preparedto '

age, to explore the woodenfrontedshops rection of Alaska. And next springthey're Office to git his patent from bein'canceled give an honest answer. CreomuIsion it goes right relieves to the promptly seat of because the-

and buy things to cover my countin' on plantin' an army on him. But he was buck- I. Authority Rejected (vv. 41-44). trouble to help loosen and expel

nakedness and bring home an arm- o' pie-eaters on* the valley tundra in' something too big for him. Seems On the previous day our Lord had germ laden phlegm, and aid natureto

ful of month-old magazines. And and watchin' 'em git rich growin' like you got t' be a college g'ologistand made ,His kingly triumphant entry soothe and heal raw, tender, Inflamed -
1 it all the voice over our spinach for themselves." law before stakea bronchial mucous mem-
through as a sharp you can into the city and many had acclaimed branes.Tell your druggist to sell youa
tinny radio announced, "Time He shifted his cud and brushed claim in this country nowadays."
Him (see vv. 37-40) ; but the bottle of Creomulsion with the un-
marches on." ., aside the mittened hand with which "Then somebody else should be city as a whole-and especially its derstanding you must like the way it

Fdr the sun was swinging lower Katie was semaphoring for silence. keeping up the fight," I said with a '. leaders, both religious and govern- quickly allays the cough or you areCREOMULSION

and lower and the birch leaves were' "This ain't no place for college sort of she-wolf fierceness that mental-had rejected Him

turning and the wild fowl heading doods," he doggedly pursued. "I brought the deep-set old eyes backto As He came toward the city the

south. The fireweed was red on the got one o' them know-it-all engineers a study of my face. next' day and it spread out before for Couzhs,Chest Colds, Bronchitis

hillsides and I once more faced the over t' my shack right now. "Then what're you set on doin' Him in beautiful panorama, His ten-

familiar old task of stoking a drum He kin talk big about g'ology and with yourself?" my companion cool- der heart was broken and He wept.

stove with spruce logs. There wasa machine-minin', but he could no ly inquired.I His tears were not for Himself, but Paradoxical Bed

sheeting of ice on the trail poolsin more take,a tom-rocker back in the told him,briefly, about my workat for the people who had rejected Bed is a bundle of paradoxes .

the morning and we breakfastedby hills and wash out a poke o' dust Toklutna. But it didn't impresshim Him. We are told that the word we go to it with reluctance, yet we

lamplight. Doctor Ruddock than I could pilot one o' them air- much. used "for weeping here does not quit it with regret; and we makeup

brought Katie O'Connell seven wild planes that's stampedin' our good "You're sure wastin' your time on mean merely tears" but "rather our minds every night to leaveit

ducks which' he'd shot on ,the Inlet, them no-account Nitchies," he the heaving of the bosom, and early, but we make up our
that the six mallardswere W'i- averred. His bodies morning to keep it
explaining morose eye ranged the sob and cry of a soul in agony. every
for the staff, and the spoonbillfor along the far-off mountain peaks. That is how' He feels about you late.-C. C. Colton.DON'T .

the principal. With the comingof "Same as I'm wastin' my time 'in who reject His authority today, for

the first untimely snowfall, in this 'valley, batchin' it in a ten-by- the city of Jerusalem represented the

fact, I'd taken to whipcord riding ''twelve wickyup and bakin' my own attitude of all unbelieving humanity.- BE BOSSEDBY

-breeches and invested in a pair of sourdough. I've got me a minin' II. Authority Asserted (vv. 45, 46).

pars, high boots made of rubber, claim 'up between the Little Squaw The act of Jesus in cleansing the YOUR LAXATIVE-RELIEVE

with generous enough foot room to and the Goldstream where the mother temple was very bold, for He held no CONSTIPATION THIS MODERN WAY

allow for at least two pairs of woolen .C lode runs as thick as your leg and position in the temple and He had no .When you feel gassy, headachy, logy

socks. Katie, when she saw'me once I get back there and open her police powers. Only a man with a due to clogged-up bowels, do as millions

thus attired, proclaimed that I once Y up she's sure goin' t' be a second El disordered mind or in a frenzy of do-take Feen-A-Mint at bedtime. Next
morning-thorough, comfortable relief,
Then "
more looked like an old-timer. Dorado.
anger would assume such authorityif helping you start the day full of your
v She went over her combination rifle I could feel Katie's elbow prod it did not belong to him. This normal energy and pep, feeling like a

and shotgun, which she called a my ribs."They. means that Jesus acting as He did million! Feen-A-Mint doesn't disturb

"game-getter," and asked if I'd all say that," she muttered.I here, quietly, deliberately, and intelligently your night's rest or interfere with work the
next day. Try Feen-A-Mint, the chewinggum
swing in with her on a moose hunt remembered that she right.
: ... was was declaring by His laxative,yourself.It tastes good,it's
across the Inlet. 4"I a ,;" ..... I'd seen them broken and wasted deed that the one whose authority is handy and economical...a family supply
'But instead of a moose hunt we : Q. (", <. from bad diet, and arthritic from above and back of all human author- costs only

went on a baby hunt. For Katie had 1..ill. ...,/ ;',,.": bad teeth and burnt out with bad ity had come to cleanse His Father's FEEN-A-MINT 101

been right about her vanished pa- .;y, t! .. -! whisky, but still nursing their dream, house.It .

poose. Word came that our poor lit- :-. ) ":r! Co of some lucky/strike that was goingto is a striking1 scene. Let us see I

tle redskinned Oedipus had been ;"':00;: IJI';' make them millionaires overnight.And in it all the gracious majesty, power Our Responsibility

found abandoned, in a poplar grove ...-* in it, I felt, lay both the curse and authority of the Son of God, Every person is responsible, for,

,east of Wasilla. Doctor Ruddock, was a-comin' to that, lady, if and the glory of all Alaska. our Saviour and Lord. all the good within the scope of

who brought the news to Toklutna, you'll only keep your shirt on." "Here we'be," cried Sock-Eye as III. Authority Accepted (vv. 47, his abilities, and for no more, and
said there was a passable trail we rounded a trail bend and rolled none can tell whose sphere is the
ol' brand o' husky-dogs off the trailsof 48).
through the hills and delegated Katie up in front of a log shack with a The people "were attentive largest.-Gail Hamilton.
Alaska. very ,
and me to motor over to Mata- pair of' weather-bleached 'moose
nuska Valley and bring the outcast Katie, very plainly, could stand for horns over the door. or more effectively, as in the Revised -
no more. Version, they "all hung upon
The light wasn't strong in the him." How remarkable it is that
"That's all interesting she
By noon the next day we won very shadowy warm room. But I could 0000
bellowed. "But we're here to find "the common people heard him
to the Matanuska River RUB
make out a dog, lying beside the
Indian And if gladly" (Mark 12:37) while the STOtES
an baby. you can helpus ,
where told to east-
we were push on stove, and a man in his shirt-sleeves,
ward along the valley toward what in our search I'd rather like to learned leaders, both in religiousand LARGE IV
blanket-lined basket
stooping over a tOTTU t ,
know it." political circles, hated and rejected ,.
was called the Butte. High up in without a handle.I s. s L
the hills went I could "I was a-comin' to that, lady, if Him.
as we see stared at that man, rather stu-
you'll only.keep shirt on." And That situation has continued
mountain sheep, looking like little your pidly. Then 'I looked back at the
still again he spat with delibera- throughout the centuries. Let us not
clouds anchored to the rock ledges.
dog, an effort to verify the in-
Then Katie snorted aloud. For at tion. "Your Injin baby's over therein credible. The man stooping over be disturbed or confused by the fact
a turn in the road we came'face to my wickyup. the blanket-lined basket was Sidney that so many "leading" men and
face with a bewhiskered old-timer "It's where?" cried Katie, reminding -' Lander.I women (thank God, not all of them, 1

with a holstered hunting knife anda me of a coiled cobra. could feel heart\ beating a by any means) reject or questionthe
six-gun swinging at his hip to The old stranger seemed to relish my claims of Christ. It is the very
little faster as I stood staring at Anger Is Madness
her bewilderment."It's thing we ought to expect.
nothing of rifle
a long-barreled
say him. I could Katie O'Connell's
in the crook of his arm. He looked, over yonder in my wickyup, widen see she inspected the Meet Jesus yourself and you will] Anger is a momentary madness,
for like picture out with that dood engineer tryin' to eyes as learn to love Him and want to serve so control your passion or it will
some reason, a nursing flask he'd made out of what -
of the past. The light in his sat- wet-nurse a little life into it. And looked suspiciously like a beer bot- Him. Get the balanced judgmentof control you.-Horace.
urnine old too kindlyas I'll be doggoned if he ain't got itsquallin' "the common people" who have
eye was none tle with a glove finger tied over its
again like a two-year-old." really met the Lord, and you will
he studied us and then inspectedour
end. It wasn't working right CHAFED SUROLI
apparently -
mud-covered truck. "Take me to it, commanded Ka find the right' way-God's way.
from the thin wails of
"Them contraptions he mordantly tie. Her lips were grim as she mo- pro- IV. Authority Defended (20:1-8): ).
test that from the basket. '1
announced, "weren't built for tioned for the old-timer to climb up came Humanly speaking, the priests and ? WHifF PUR IF M EL IYWORLD'S
"Leave this said the
me, nurseas LARGEST SelLER AT C
North Country mushin', no more'n on the truck. She was, apparently, she reached for her hand-bag. scribes were right when they chal- I
women were." too exasperated to talk to him. SoI :: lenged Christ. He had no official]
Lander thus elbowed
did the conversing. which His acts and
position justified
Katie, after agreeing with him, aside stood watching the expedi- SelfPunishmentHeat
"Where," I asked as we rocked 'His words. But note carefully that '
made an effort to explain our mis- tious hands that betrayed of not a furnace for your
along the rough trail, "was the baby none the fact that He, in return for
sion there. The rugged and defiant the hesitations marking his own very so hot that it do singe yourself
old figure assailed the trail ruts found? their, "Tell us,replied, "Tell me, Shakespeare.
clumsy movements. When the dog
"Why, this long-legge'd quartz- indicates that the human authority
with a barrage of tobacco-juice
lifted his and rubbed it
pointed nose
shrapnel. cracker came mushin' down throughthe which had a right to challenge oth- ',cT

"Injuns like that ought t' be shot. hills with a sheep dog at his in a friendly way against my knee er human authority had now met
his raised his and stared
And in the good old days," he saidas heels, a right'smart dog with a nose straight owner into face.eyes the One who is "the head of all 0 1 -{ COLDS

he slapped his six-gun "I'd like a weasel's. Fact is, that hound my principality and 'power." He had a t \C
a He saw, for the first time, just OF
smelt out something in a poplar right to "Before I an-
done it on sight. He spat again. who it was under that worn old supreme say guicherj u.it
"That's what's the matter with this grove jus' over: the knoll beyont my swer you, tell me."
But didn't and he
clearin'. Kept whimperin' and whin- parka. he speak We to regard the answerof LIQUID
whole gol-darned country. She's.gone are apt TABLETS
soft on us. And 'stead o' spoon in' and circlin' back there until his didn't with wonder smile He in his merely eyes.stood there, Jesus to their question as a skill- 6 6 6 NOSE SALVE DROPS

feedin' them copper-bellied sons o' owner jus' had t' investigate. And ful evasion of a difficult situation, COUCH DROPS
didn't this he said
she-dogs she should be puttin' a there he finds an Injin baby wrappedup "I expect busied, himself as but it was far more than that. If
Sock-Eye Schlupp
in a ragged blanket. And then to His
bounty on their scalps. And still I stoking the stove. "I was on my they had replied honestly Safe to Advise
again he spat. "That's what's spil-I comes stampedin' t' my shack doorsayin' question regarding John, and admitted
way down to Toklutna to find out One can advise comfortablyfrom
in' this ol we've sure got t' save that that His authority from
territory. Too much gov- why you hadn't much faith in me." was a safe port.Schiller.HEADACHE .
er'ment. I've trapped her and pros- little Injin's life. It looked plumb "In what did I fail you?" I ques- heaven, Jesus would probably have

pected her from Keewalki down t' dead t' me. But I'll be goldarnedif tioned, a little resentful of his powerto said, "Then what did he say of me?"

Wrangel. And in the ol' days-" that dood didn't get some signs o' dampen or quicken my spirits."I He would have reminded them of

"We're from the Toklutna Mis- life out o' the little varmint, after asked for the data and docu- the statement of John that he was

sion," interrupted Katie, "on an workin' over her half the night and ments to back up your Chakitana not worthy to' loose the latchet of

emergency case." warmin' her up with hot milk and claim," he reminded me. His shoes, of his prophecy of the POWDERS

"So I savvied," was the unhur- my last bottle o' hootch. "I don't happen to have any docu- judgment to come, of the baptismof <

, ried response. "But in the ol' days, "What's your name?" I asked, ments, as yet," I told him. "But fire (see Luke 3:16-17), of the day

! as I was sayin', we could run our primarily to cover Katie's open even if I had, why should they go when John called Him "the.Lamb ol

J, own camp. But now it's your Uncle groan of indignation."You to you?" God, which taketh away the sin of
Sam who steps in and runs us sameas can call me Sock-Eye," he "I wanted to lay them before John the world" (John 1:29). Seed foe FREE Sample KohJer Milo Co, Baltimore.. Ml

he runs the Injins. He makes a answered, "Sock-Eye Schlupp. Trumbull," replied Lander, puzzlingme Here was proof concerning His authority -

|i raft o' fool minin' laws, slaps a What's yourn?" by the grimness of his jaw-line. but they did not dare to ask !i 8 IJRflA.1'I 8:':

3 closed season on beaver, and gits a "It's Coburn" I told him. "He's the big smoke in the Chaki- for it' because they did not want it.

game warden after us if we shoot a "You ain't Alaska born?" tana Development Company." You too, reader, if you have ques- H The buyer's assurance is the advertis-:

lady-caribou t' keep body and soul "I was born," I proudly explained, "But also your boss," I said. tions regarding the claim of Christto Sing he or she reads in the newspaper.

together. He tells us t' settle down "on the Koyukuk." "I'm afraid he won't be for long," authority over your life may havea is the buyer's guide. It tells theo

and grow turnips. But once we clearan "A Coburn from the Koyukuk? was Lander's unexpectedly embittered satisfying answer, but only if you prices one must expect to pay. Let the

acre or two he claims we ain't You ain't meanin' to tell me you're reply. honestly want it and will receiveit seller who tries to charge more beware!

provin' her up right and puts her ol' Klondike Coburn's girl?" "Why not?" I inquired.TO with open mind and heart. ,.
back in the public domain." I announced that 1 was. ( BE CONTINUED)



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the tenth harvest of United States it? Did this organization wail and vest
FULL TEXT OF TALKS Sugar Corporation, Ten years have moan about the Injustice of life? I barbecue.: : I gave his famous rendition of Tony
'Perhaps it might be well (lo at his first, baseball"game
passed since the properties were ask you, did jt? Did this organI- and the
reorganized. Much ,has state that the emblems are in addition crowd roared with appreciation to
happenedIn zation blame everything and everybody -
BY MORAN BITTINGAT to the stock bonus to Key bring to a
those ten years. The properties for Its troubles? I ask you, conclusion another very
Men and the ,
successful I
participations to oth- President's
have been rehabilitated and im- did it? Did this organization rant Dinner.

TUESDAY proved; the production per acre and rave about the quality or decadence er employees

DINNER has been doubled; greatly improved of" our civilization? I' ask In the annual distributions of ,New TourneyContinued -

housing has been provided for the you; did it? past years, .it has been the, practice t
workers doubled I to ann'ounce bonuses in alphabetical
; 'wages have been ; -
You have "
W. Moran) answered those' questlons -
(Introductory Talk-Jay the number of employees increasedand and answered, them truth- order. Tonight that ( from Page 1)

It was just eight years ago that the period of peak employment fully. While our so-called leaders' routine will be modified' so that Sam Flemming (BG), and E. L.
Mr. Bitting first Invited the Key lengthened. cried all entitled to gold emblems for Stewart (C).
about the claimed
Men of the organization to be his they fifteen or more years' service will In the Ringer Score event which
During those ten studies others
years brought upon them, ,
guests for dinner at the old have been started on a number of quietly and calmly, accomplished you be called first; those *entitle Clewiston Inn. silver emblems for ten or more Milligan is leading by a ringer
I which be important score
crops some day may your task. When those rated as
Since that initial occasion, Mr. for the area. Years of the great of the country complained years will be called next; then of 32-33-65 nine strokes ahead of
Bitting has, during February of those entitled to bronze the next lowest
I I I study, analysis and research have about hard times, you quietly accomplished emblems man. Grouped in
each year, entertained the executive borne excellent fruit in, animal miracles. ''You have for five or more years; and after second place at 74 are John Harris
staff of the organization at dinner. I available that the Key Men with less than and Lou Betzner, both of ,Belle
husbandry; proof is now much of which to be proud and -
Members of the board of direc- you five Glade. In
years' service credit. third place Is Emmett
that beef cattle can be finished for are well justified in that pride. You
tors of the corporation, the indepen- Shelley of Clewiston with
market in South Florida; for such are entitled to membership in the -
-" dent cane growers, some of the ,
contribution to the future welfareof Clarence R.
ranks of the real ,and worth-while Bitting-
other leading citizens of the Ever
the area we, and that "we" leaders of our nation.I In the Handicap Tournament just
glades and other prominent guests I takes in ,the entire organization, finished J. W Milligan fought his
have likewise been present at these pay you no compliment, but
take (Continued from Page 1)Mach way out from under
can pardonable pride. heavy odds
annual dinners. I merely your just dues, when I sav'these' A. O. Ward and G. A. Yon. to win over Casper VanLandingham
There other of -
are many aspects I things. Most of have
Many of ,you here tonight have you i Bronze pins went to W. L. Brant- by a margin of 372.
the progress of the 'past ten years been close to the
so picture that, I
been present on previous occasions; I with which all in the Lake region doubt if fully appreciate ley, O. A. Jones, H. C. Jones, John In the second flight Ken Swayne
others are attending for the first you yourown Lucaa, C. L. McLendon found
are familiar, and all these aspects 'accomplishments. What C. A. necessity for his seven stroke
time. Most of you here tonight Martinez, Max Meluh, F. M. Rodri- handicap to win over W. C. Owen
I have made the 'Glades a better you done? I will tell
have had opportunity today to visit place in which to live and work. Ten the you.Evergladeswas guez, Dr. O. F. Schiffli, O. H. by the small margin of 2 and 1.
years ago
the properties of the corporationand One of these other aspects I' can- sick 'unto death; paydays Shepard 'Dr. D. C. Thompson, Neil By BOB BAIR,
to view the operations involvedin were I Williamson.An Pro Clewiston Golf Club.
not pass without some mention. I something about which to reminisce
in the ;
making raw cane sugar
refer to the independent farmers store shelving was something to unexpected diversion to the
You have also had a
Everglades. who have been routine. of bonus and pin distribution Birds
encouraged and assisted fill with mental pictures of desirable Of-
chance to observe some of the recreational -
which in the, diversification of their goods; the future was non- was when Mr. Bitting announced -
are a
crops by the addition of sugar- existent. Nowhere in America was that N. V. S. Mumford

part of Everglades' sugar plantationlife. cane, a staple non-surplus neces- the, outlook as hopeless, and it was would be required to sing for his' (Continued from Page 5)
It sincere that sometimes
is hope
our sity. To the hundreds of other sadly depressed throughout the bonus and this he did, a humorous I Incorrectly refered to as
visit here today has been a a Curlew. It
your farmers: in the 'Glades who desire nation, Your faith; your vision: song which was received with may be recognized
pleasant .and interesting one. ; by the slender
pleasure : down-curved beak
by the
the stability' of income which will guests.
your courage; your loyalty; :and
We of the executive staff-the and the black
outer feathers
"key men"-of the organization come from sugar-cane culture, I last but not least, your hard work, Following the bonus distributionMr. each wing. of
promise unremitting effort in assisting made Moran asked State
possible an outstanding accomplishment Senator
comprise total of 52 The
presently a Wood Ibis
them to their inherent a stork,
regain indeed David Elmer Ward
a miracle, and Ralph
men, all of whom ,are here tonight. is much larger than the White Ibis.It .
and traditional right to supply the Nicholson I
during' years of depression and we economist of' the
Since last this has
we gathered on happy
a beak and
non-surplus needs of their fellow are here' tonight to honor'you' in sugar division of the Department a dark
occasion one of our number has head and neck. The flight feathers
Americans. that pf Agriculture to draw
accomplishment.Not names for
passed on-and so we salute the of the wings are black, this characteristic
of Herman Scharnberg. Looking around the Lake region as a reward for the fine group of prizes. Numberson -
memory : being' most
Those, of us who are engaged in makes one proud of a job well done. ment, but'rather as a accomPliSh-I the menus of the key men were' when flying. noticeable_.

extracting sugar from the' rich soils | In that feeling the directors and of such ,accomplishment, placed- 'in a box and drawn and as ; ,

of Florida's Everglades are busy ,, stockholders join. The pride'we my. hand an emblem. That emblem each number was drawn the man ,

men and in that effort we have Jit-"'have is not any little personal pride; is a l'ep- --'oductfon of ,'a clump of' holding the'corresponding numberwas ""I

it is Ct'the egotistical pride sugarcanesuperimposed privileged'to take ,his hoic"eof
tie 'time for words that are anything of'l(I upon a
but sincere. personalt. accomplishment; it I silhouette of the Sugar-house; it is the prizes. E. 'P. Shelley tooka
Tonight Clarence R. Bitting will ( pride off right to count our- : equipped with. a -threaded.. '. .. shank- leather'-, travelling bag; Louis Good FarmLand

talk to us and that talk will leave I selves as .members of the organization -> and'button so as to fasten it, in a Fraser 'a Waltham wrist watch; Al .

little for me to say about the accomplishments that ,has accomplished so much man's coat lapel. That emblem is Johnson an outboard motor; W.

of the United States' f 2r the Everglade \ a "mark'of: accomplishment. I H. Lanier. an .electric light; S. L.
Sugar' orpor tion. It is, however, Tile organization which, during know those fortunate enough to Crochet, rod'and reel; C. A. ;Martinez -

my privilege to present Mr. Bitting the past ten years, has builded so obtain it' will always wear it with winchester'repea'Ung' shot

and that presentation enables me well herd in the Everglades has the pride, that comes from the gun;; H. C. Jones, RCA radio;
to pay tribute to a man who had much of which, to be proud. During knowledge of 'a job well done. Frank. ,'Rodriguez... Argus camera for Rent

the vision, ability and courage to those self-same ten .years, when The ,Board- ; of Directors'has authorized -' with 'flasli equipment;; 'RoscoeStoliesu '

undertake the work which has resulted both physical and mental sweat 'the presentation of a : electric"J light;; E. C. ,Mills,
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was being,,poured forth to turn this bronze ,emblem to' every employee Schaeffer: liffitiiriA ;:nenr CL! T,_. MfClendon -
in all that you have seen I '- (" -':-
around you today. area into what we see, today, our of five, 'years' or more, a silver ,, suit fc o-th'e.s. I

The' vision, ,outstanding ability so-called,; national leaders in our so- emblem (for ten or more years After'''"the drawing for prizes ., "

called cultural centers, were pouring serviceand a'g ld emblem to those Russell I
and courage of' our chief has bee'nand ( Kay'president of the Flor- ." .
is today a great inspiration for forth merely crocodile tears. who have been connected with the ida Press Association! of Tampa, I I .

all of:' us who have had the plea- ,;This organization? has ,an unusualresiliency'and corporation 'or ,its" predecessors for \ TrespassersWill

sure of working with him for the that resiliency is the fifteen or more years. Suitable, I ---

success of an institution that is of main-spripg of its success.. Work, additions I will' be made as the :: . . . :": : : .":.....:..:..: Be
great importance to Florida. All hard work and, more of ,it, was time arrives: for each additionalfive : : :. ,

that the United States Sugar Corporation the answer to each and every; :years 'of service. Distributionof .'.... .., rI fI' '.,. ProsecutedClewiston

I stands for or has achieved trouble and set-back and as a ic- emblems to Key Men will be .:. g .:.

sult has crowned its effor made at, the annual dinners all .;
reflects the courage and vision of success ; ; 'I ? LIGHTNING, DOES NOT X;
,Clarence 'Remitting.Taking :: Far too many organizations and sc- other employees? will receive identically .Y:. ZIGZAG .Y. 1i --

;;over: what appeared to be called national leaders used each! similareniblems'" for their .:$: ,Lightning" curves, twists, :XJ ::

a well -nigh -impossible task, Clar- and every opportunity, in fact periods of, service at 'the time of .;J. meanders and branches, but it .{.

ence R. Bitting and the United searched for and created opportu the harvest.festival' and barbecue. :X: does' not turn in acute angles :XX :

States Sugar Corporation give those ities, to blame others for their ownshortcomings'but I am glad 'i'o be able to tell you ; or zigzag. In 1856 James{'

who carry on and who will come to not this or that the later distribution win'in- :X: Nasmyth; a 'Scottish engineer, ':XX :

Florida, a pattern that is unchangeable 'f ganization." clude a number' .of gold ,emblemsfor called,' this. fact :to, the attention .{. Realty And

in its fundamentals of right Each aId 'every time this organi- fifteen years' service, a much :j: of the British', Association fort :X:

objective and sound principles and zation was cracked down during the larger number in silver for ten or ." the' Advancement' : of Science, ':. DevelopmentCorporation

practice.' past ten years!, whether by nature, more, years' service, and hundredsof :;: after observations over a period :$:
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Gentlemen-I present ClarenceR. or by ;man-made laws, or even I bronze emblems for five or more x of 'years. l.--"Uncommori .t -

I Bitting. mere threats of man-made law, years' service. As I already stated :;: 'nowledge"--'Geo. W. Stimpv :;: :

did this organization call a m distributions to other than Key son. y
Tonight we are in the midst of ing for: self-pity?' I ask you, et-I( Men will take place end-of-har-- ............... .... .. .....
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