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Title: The Clewiston news
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Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: January 20, 1939
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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j', \ OKEECHOBEE WORK Eastern Star Officers MORE THAN 5,000 -j Temperature Today--l LtF.C.OFFICIALHERE


Here Thursday NightMrs. Lowest Of Year

> TO GET LARGE PART VISITORS SHOWN :: FRIDAY ON tOUR' OF

Beatrice Brandon of Bowling Temperature reports from vari-

R&H APPROPRIATION Green, Worthy Grand Matronof THRU SUGAR HOUSE ous places on the plantations of DRAINAGE DISTRICTChauncey
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>t the Grand Lodge of Florida, the United States Sugar Corpora-
'. Order of Eastern Star, accompanied -
-- tion this morning showed. the low-
; The greater part of the appropri- by Mrs. Theresa Weinhart of Records at the offices of the est drop of the entire winter in Y. Dodds, in Florida
Fort Pierce, Grand Electa, spent
ation for which ,the War United States Sugar Corporationshow I many places. Frost, light in some last week for the purpose of investigating -
:' Depart-I the night here last night at the that more than 5,000, visit-
to sections and much heavier in oth-
ment asked Congress the ability of the Everglades
i Clewiston Inn as the guests of Mrs. ors have been escorted throughthe -
ers, is not believed to have done
[ rivers and harbors work in Florida Jones Bryan, nvorthy'matron of sugar house of the corporationin Drainage District to repaya
any great amount of damage but
. '. ',. for the fiscal year 1940 will go the Moore Haven Chapter of the the first two and a* half months no estimate has yet been possible. proposed loan from the Recon-

;. for new work on the Caloosahat- O.E.S. lof 1 operation, an increase over the Lowest temperature recordedwas struction Finance Corporatioon for

; chee-Okeechobee project it was dis- The two ladies, accompanied by number of visitors last year. The at South Bay with a readingof refinancing indebtedness of the
Mrs. A. W. Lawrence, Mrs. A. R.
official count through Monday of
of the week. A total 32 degrees., Azucar had 36 degrees -
closed the first district, was much
'_ Broadfoot and' Mrs. J. H. Pressley very pleased
this week was 4,919 and the aver- but many'points in the East-
, : .. of $1,701,000 has been asked for went to Moore Haven for the age number of visitors has been ern division, 'showed 33. Liberty with the Everglades area. Whilehe

I:. ... 1. the Okeechobee project out of a meeting of the' lodge last night, about 150 daily. Point, Ritta and :Miami Locks had was entirely noncoraittal it is

total of a little more than four Mrs. Brandon paying her official More than 12,000 visitors' were 40 degrees for the highest readings believed that he carried back to

"" and a half million for the entire visit at the time. Following the shown through the mill by compe- and the Clewiston townsite Washington with him Sunday a

state of Florida.Of meeting there they were entertained tent guides last season and it is showed 36. The official readingat
1. with a reception at the home clear picture of the potentialitiesof
anticipated that the number this
this total amount for the Moore Haven was 33.
1 ': Okeechobee project, $858,000 is of Mrs. I. E. Scott in Moore Haven. season will be even greater as the the district and that his reportto

requested for new work and $843- average daily visits increase' after Championship Matches the RFC will be a favorable one.

.;J = 000 for maintenance of the, exist- the first of the year. The district board refused to

ing channels, levees, etc. The total Gratton George, Is Practically every ,state in the Played In TournamentThe attempt having the legislature levyan

W requested for 'the nation amountedto union has been represented among ad valorem tax for the purposeof

approximately 154 millions for Manager New Station these visitors as well as many foreign paying this loan as requestedby

ii *. new work and maintenance. countries. Competent guidesare 1939 Everglades Match Play RFC directors and assured the

T While there has been no official employed to explain the pro- championship got underway last RFC in Washington two weeks ago

disclosure; as to where the money Finishing touches, are being put cess of raw sugar manufactureto Sunday at the Clewiston. Golf Club that the district was well able to

for the Okeechobee project is' to on the new Standard Oil Service, the visitors who may" go throughthe with one match being played off I payoff its obligations with the

be spent it is believed that the' station on the highway oppositethe I sugar house any day except in both flights of the original draw- drainage levy set up by the 1937

greater part of the money for new Clewiston Inn and the new I Monday when it is closed for clean- ing, Emmett Shelley of Clewiston legislature. It was to check on

} construction will go into the new up and repairs. and Larry Nash of Belle Glade this that Mr. Dodds was sent to
station will open for business tomorrow Science classes from several East
St. Lucie lock, which, together meeting in the championship flight, Florida.
morning under the man- Coast schools including Fort Laud-
': with the big spillway and power and Connie Clark of Clewiston and Accompanied by J. H. Franklin

t units in connection is estimated will agement of Gratton George. erdale, Palm Beach, Vero 'Beach H. C. "Casper" VanLandingham of chairman of the district board andJ.

cost in excess of a million dollars.J ,The new station is one of the and others, have visited the sugar South Bay tangling in the second .. E. Beardsley, Clewiston member,

The greater part of the maintenance most attractive in the city and was house this season as a practical division. Mr. Dodds was taken last Thursdayon

fund is seen going into the built from white brick' to match lesson in science work. The classes The Shelley-Nash clash was n a tour of the Lake Worth Drain-

?' work along the East shore levee the Inn. The building is fire-proof, find the visits highly educationalas
> first-rate, affair, Nash, after a long age District, a sub-district of the
across the open lake where, the very little wood being used in the well as extremely interesting. layoff, showing some of the good Everglades district. Here he saw

dredge "Welatka" is now at work. construction except doors, window golf form he exhibited in last year's 20,000 acres in beans and other

;; ;, A recent report of the waterwayto framing and ceilings. The lubritor- Everglades Championship affairs. crops and almost perfect water

determine the feasibility of ium on the west side of the stationis BASKET BALL TEAMS ,They turned the first nine with control and was assured that the

'; ': making an eight foot channel re- enclosed on three sides and is Shelley 2 up, but' Nash quickly acreage would be increased' to a

% commended that a survey be made fitted with the same attractive squared matters with wins on Numbers large extent this year.

$|v, and a portion of this appropriation lighting fixtures' as the main of- LOSE FIRST 4-COUNTY 12, and 14. On, the 16th, Nash Spending the night in West Palm

I x. is likely to be used for, that fice room. ,The hydraulic lift is hit a beautiful drive but dumpedhis Beach the party left there early

purpose.It of the latest design and lubricating second short to a trap to go Friday morning, came to Canal

is noteworthy that the chief equipment is the most modern type. TILTS FRIDAY NIGHTMatched one down. Shelley, exhibiting his Point and visited the cane breeding

of army engineers! Major General Three pumps -are. placed, on the .
usual, steady: game won the last; station and then went to Port Mycca -
Julian L. Schley; in making his service island, two for regular, and ,- Boca hole and the match,. 2 up. for a tour ,of the, Phipps pro-

y." recommendations to Congress for one, for ,ethyl gasoline. Kerosenewill against the strong' "Casp 'r" 'VanLandingham, the perties. They then went on to
,r'' rivers and harbors work and also also be sold but no white gas- Grande Tarpons and Tarponettesin of
in the northern part
chosen digger, won his right to remain Brighton
for various flood control projects oline. their first conference 'game of
in the second flight by win- the district and back south across
'- failed to recommend an appropri- Turner Electric Company had the season last Friday night the the Seminole
Indian Prairie and
ning 5 and 4 over Connie Clark.
ation for the cross-state ship canal charge of the wiring of the sta- Tigers' and Tigerettes of Clewiston with
Clark will automatically drop into Indian reservation to Lakeport
in Florida which would indicate tion, Richmond. Plumbing Companyof High School put up a stiff fight the Third Flight, as will all other brief stops at the Indian Prairie

? that no new work is contemplatedon Belle Glade did the plumbing installation but lost both games, the girls los- losers in the second division. Los- Canal, Harney Pond Canal and

that canal during the coming.. and material was furnished ing by a score of 15-10 and the ers in the Championship Flight Fisheating Creek} three points

year. by Royal Lumber Company. boys by 39-26. The games were where the district has considerableof
will play a consolation bracket. I
Mr. George needs no introductionto played in Boca Grande._ maintenance problem. Mr.
First round matches must be a
Clewiston ''residents, as v he was The teams played here Tuesday
Education CommitteeHas played off by next Sunday evening. Dodd was especially interested in
for several years connected with night in their first home, games Other championship matches to be the pasture development of Lykes'
the Sugarland Service Station and with the town teams. Although the
Kiwanis ProgramThe played this week are Charles Fen- Brothers and other cattlemen in the
more recently with the Hendry boys were beaten by a score of between Moore Haven and
area
wick vs E. M. "Doc" VanLanding: -
County Motors. He is a popular 40-21 the girls came through a impressed with
I I ham, Arthur Wells vs Tom Shelley, Lakeport and was
Kiwanis Education young business man of the community close match on the long end of the quality of the cattle which were
commit-I and Dick Bowman vs J. W. :Mil-
1 J tee had charge of the and should do a good business a 10-8 score ,over the town girls. ligan. The right to stay in the seen grazing in the green Para

1 the regular meeting of the club' at the attractive new station. As in the Boca Grande game, pastures.The .
Second Flight will find Ed Ward grass
Wednesday evening and each LeRoy Hare, acting captain was
meeting A. E. Kirchman, W. C. inspection carried the' men
ber of the committee mem-I high scorer for the Tigers with
Ward Postpones I Owen ,meeting H. J. Harris, D. M. froni Moore Haven down the old
Rev. F. C. Taylor, six points but Winn and Hooker the
Dickinson playing Owen Winn, and road by Liberty Point, through
W. Lawrence I M. Pafford andR. close behind'with four points
; Scheduled AddressThe were E. Kurtz
Bill Owen, Jr., tangling'with Keath- sugar plantations of R.
N. Smith made a few remarks each. Logan, town forward made '
'w. J. Tiedtke and on to Clew-
ley Bowden. S. J. Simmons, and John
with Mr. Lawrence taking chargeof 21 points for his team to outdis-
White and Ralph Kirk drew byes_ in iston where they had a late lunch
the main part of the program scheduled ,address by Judge tance all other scorers. this division. and then visited the offices of the

: on officers' training. David Elmer Ward before the local Players in the boys game were United States Sugar Corporation.In .

,. Mr. Lawrence spoke briefly on Parent-Teacher 'Association was cancelled Hare and VonMach forwards, Brant- the afternoon a visit was paidto

the duties of officers and committees last week and a substitute ley center and Winn and Owen Marionette Show the sugar- company properties

V. and recommended that each program was given; at Tuesday's guards for the school team and around Clewiston and to developments -

committee make monthly reportsto ,meeting. Judge Ward wired that for the town team Logan and Here Friday NightThe in the South Bay Belle

the secretary. He recommended he would speak' at a later meeting.An Palmer were forwards, Avant was Glade and' Pahokee areas before

frequent use of the officers manual interesting program on ,home- center and Ward and Bell were unit of the Miami returning to Miami that night., The

for the officers of the club and making was given by members from guards. Geo. Crow subbed at guard Marionette Theatre under the direction next day was spent in going overtax

urged each committee to hold a the home economics class under the and Harold Spikes at forward for Federal Reich will enact records of the district and Mr.

meeting in the near future and direction of Miss Mae Whitten. The the town and Patterson and Hooker, of Molka Goldilocks and the Dodds left on Sunday for Wash-

draw up detailed plans for the year stage was arranged as a kitchen at forward, Vaughn at center and the story of

and that a meeting be set aside and the demonstration was given in Waldron, Waters and Ford at guardfor Three Bears at the school auditor- ington.His report of findings here will
7:30 as
at
j L for a report on these plans at an play 'fo m. the school. ium next Friday night influence to a large extent -
probably
,' Kiwanis Club.
;,' early date. He also stressed the Announcement The close match a benefit for the
of a weekly pro- girls game was a is the RFC's committment to the
the show
', -, importance of acquainting new gram sponsored by national P.-T. A. all the way with a reserve school Advance reports on of drainage district and members of

";' members with the Kiwanis pro- over WJZ' on Wednesday eveningat forward, Kathleen Chapman, lead- that it Is an and excellent there piece are few the board, feel certain that his

; gram, which is the main objectiveof 9:30 was made by the president, ing the scoring with 'six points. entertainment will be favorable.
marionette report
the education committee and Mrs. J. H. Doty. Hooker added two and Pullen two. who do not enjoy a good

also to acquaint the public with Mrs. F. M. Wright was placedin Nail and Palmer made all of the show. Tickets will be twenty and

the aims of the Kiwanis and the charge of the Founders Day points for the 'town team with four thirty-five cents. A. C. L. Officials Are

work being done. program which will be given at points each.Playing For the past two years the Kiwanis -
II VisitC.
avail-
Club has spent every Here On
At the close of the meeting a the February meeting. An inter- for the Tigerettes were
short director's meeting was held esting article on' parental dom- June Hooker and Violet Bethea at able dollar on the tennis courts

:> J and a budget for the year adopted. ination, taken from the P.-T. A. forward, Zena Belle Pullen at cen- which they sponsored as a WPA Davis of Wiilmington,
paid McD.
; This old debt is now
i magazine was read by Mrs. Doty ter forward and Renee "Wlethington. project. of the Atlantic
is depleted N. vice-president
J BOYS CLASS HOLDS MEETINGAT Marie Robbins at off but the treasury:
and Mrs. Henry Anthony read from Edna Leiter and accompaniedby
will into a fundto Coast Line railway
this show go
MILLS HOME MONDAYThe a collection of negro stories. I guard. Subs were Margaret Von- and and W. D. Hornsby,
be used on some other worth- J. F. Beasy
The dollar prize for the best per- Mach, Betty Bailey and Kathleen, C. L. officials, visited here
enterprise In the near also A.
Junior Boys Class of the centage of parents present was Chapman at forward and Betty while civic Thursday 'with W. W.: Perry, local

, Community Sunday School met won by the first grade. Bailey and Mary Johnson at guard. future. before continuing on to Mi
; Monday evening at the home of For the town Miss Mae Palmer and For an evening of good clean fun agent, their private car
\ ami. They left
Gene Mills. After the regular business NEW FAMILY Miss Beth Nail and Christine Chap- for every member of the family at- Wales and made the r S-
In Lake
meeting, various games were man were at forward, Mrs. Jas. Wilson tend the show next Friday night at mainder of the trip by motor.J. .

enjoyed by the group and Mrs Mrs. A. W. Dodge and three Myrtis Moore and Florence the school auditorium.Mrs. P. Walker, general superintendent -

Mills served fruit juice and cook- children arrived yesterday to join Slonaker were the guards.Mr. of the A, C, L. accompanied

ies. Mr. Dodge who was recently trans- 'Homer Wakefield, sr., and by C. C. Blanc, trainmaster

O Attending were Billy Perry, Slier ferred here from the Mobile officeof and Mrs. John Elmoro spent son Robert, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. were here on Wednesday in Mr.Wjalker's .
wood Hall, Ben Bolton, Bobby May the U. S. Engineers to the local Mrs. W A. Colemanof car.. It is under-
Foster and private
El- '
Mrs.
Alva
in visiting
'q nard Sunday
Sammie Ray Young,
Billy office. Mrs. yDodge and child- visits were only routine -
with
here stood that the
,, Prewitt, Lawrence Guthrle, Gene ren have been visiting relatives in more's parents:, Mr, and Mrs T. C. Arcadia spent Sunday
calls.
Mills and Miss Mary Markette. Savannah for a few weeks. Ellis. Cqach and Mrs Homer Wa.kefield J



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Beck Visit Czech Border Tiff ', ,
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3miIeS Point Probable Nazi Course, SUNDAY Lesson( -

L.. LAJNDQU1ST. D. D.
Oil Substitute. ''Melted
Dean of The Moody Bible Instituteof
W. La Chicago. butter is a good substitute for olive -
Indignant Denial"Lis'ten "'" 25y Joseph Bine Western Newspaper Onion oil in salad dressing.

carefully, Willy," said '
financed
in the purchase of-Ger-
teacher. 'It was 'you what Germany man export products. This Lesson' for January'' 22 Cleaning Tapestry.-Clean tap
plan won
the Is there anything
ate pie. .
furniture rub.
estry-covered by
bleak January
Two events on one little sympathy from either Britainor
wrong with" that sentence? day;one at tiny Munkacs, Hungary, the U S., but it at least offered a Lesson subjects and Scripture texts 'selected -' bing it with hot bran, reheatingthe
"Yus, was the' indignant reply and copyrighted by International bran it cold. Have
the other at lofty Berchtesgaden, as gets ,
basis for negotiation by which the ,
Education used by
"I ain't never seen no pie! Council of Religious, ;
,
: Germany, gave puzzled European intergovernmental refugee committee permission ,two dishes of bran going, one to

Stray Stories. observers the key to future plans of could deal both with Germanyand PETER DENIES HIS LORD be using and one'to be in the oven,

the Rome-Berlin axis. The events: heating.
Italy. Since Italy's Jewish.per "
'Tricks of the Trade Berchtesgaden. To Adolf Hitler's secution is far less severe than Ger- LESSON TEXT-Luke'22:31 32. 5462. J

"When he tried to kiss that pret- Bavarian eyrie came another visitor many's, President Roosevelt contacted he GOLDEN standeth 'take TEXT heed-Let lest him be fall.-I that thinketh CorInthians Baking: Potatoes.-Potatoes will

ty seamstress against her will Poland's Foreign Minister Jos- Premier Mussolini shortly 10:12.: bake more quickly if, after 'peel-

what did she do?" eph Beck: Colonel Beck was fright-: after January 1, asking him to urge ing, they' are wiped dry and

"Pinned him down, basted ,him ened because: (1) Germany has more leniency on,Chancellor Hitler. One of the most heartbreaking ex- smeared over with dripping be

and then cut him out!" shown outright hostility by foment Also ,suggested was the settling of periences we ,have as Christians is fore being put in the oven.

ing revolt in Polish 'sections of the ,Italian Jews (who must leave by to find that, one in whom ,we have

ANOTHER HOUR vast Ukraine; has been busy Nazi- ,February; J) in Ethiopia.A had every onfiden q as, a true :and,

fying Lithuania's Baltic seaport of week later, as Prime ,Minister faithful followers o 4! the, Lord, has Rug Bathroom

Memel; has Nazjfied the' free cityof Chamberlain left on his "appeasement" denied Him by going out into,almost
Danzig and made other threatsat ,unbelievable sin. '
journey to Rome, it looked
closing Poland's precious "corri- like President Roosevelt had inad- Lest any unbeliever who reads
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dor" to the Baltic; (2) becauseone vertently given, the RomeBerlinaxis this begin to gloat over the failuresof r..r. I? r 5
of Poland's allies, France, re- 'Christians, let, him be remindednow yr
another weapon to hold overDemocracy's o rt. t,r r o'JJri9t21
head. Smart Musso- of his own sin which needs hisattention i

qnwvr. lini, probably on advice from the and of the fact that

[ gi even smarter Hitler, was willing to though Peter fell, he arose again to

4 discuss the Roosevelt program with! ,victory and usefulness. May it also

Mr. Chamberlain. Observers be said that none of us has any

Sally-Does my gown look as thought he would agree, but only if right to a "holier than thou", atti

though it were falling off my, Mr. Chamberlain hastens 'French tude toward a brother who has fall-,

shoulder? .. capitulation to Italian territorial en. "Let him that thinketh he '

Tom-No, let's go. claims. Meanwhile George Rublee, standeth take heed lest he fall" (I

Sally-I'm sorry, but'I' must arrange American director of the refugee Cor. 10:12), 'and let him in broken-
it. It's '' to look ,,. restore
'supposed hearted sympathy help to
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; committee, left for Berlin to ne-, \'
that way.Autoist. dry fib; i S'S., ,/ gotiate with ,Hitler, apparently will- his stricken brother "in the spirit of
meekness: considering thyself, lest 2RT
ing to consider a modification of the
(rushing: back to assist Reich's program to blackmail democracies thou also be tempted" (Gal. 6:1).

man he has struck-Parkinson! into accepting Jews. I. Sifted but Not Destroyed (.w.,
Well! Well! ,Well! This is a pleasant 31, 32)). '

surprise! SpainJust Satan,'who'is a far more'powerful

'before :Prime Minister Cham- spiritual,being than most folk'think,

Ageless Question qJ berlain left, London for Rome (See is ,actively interested in temptingthe
Husband-Why does a woman
GERMANY), Premier, Mussolini sent Christian. He uses many clever
say she has been shopping when devices. he is not
orders, to Spain's Rebel Generalis- Although'
she hasn't bought a thing? of divine he doeshave
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simo Francisco Franco. The or- possessed powers ,
Wife-Why does a man he'sjeen
say
ders: Start an immediate major of- supernatural cunning and Pattern 6243
fishing when he.hasn't" caught, fensive, aimed to show Mr. Cham- knows the weakness of each one of

inything? U berlain that Loyalist Spain is col- us. He'' knew the boastful self- 'Four strands of string or rags

:_ lapsing and should therefore be sold assurance of Peter and was ready in three colors or in black, white,

to tempt him at that point. Jesus and,a color worked in shell stitch,

CHECK out.Aided by Italian troops also bv, knew this, and even in this dark, make this durable rug. It's crocheted -

Italian and German planes and hour shortly before'His crucifixionHe in five parts-the' center

POLAND'S COLONEL BECK guns, General Franco started driv- takes time to warn Peter, and 'and four identical corners-and
'His to give the as that makes it to handle. It's
lie sought and found security. ing into northeastern Catalonia two with warning easy
days before Christmas. A fortnightlater surance that though it was to be lovely rug for bathroom or bed

You R'S.ELF.FOR fuses to help her in wartime; (3) his offensive was sprawled tried, his faith 'was not to fail, and -room. ,Pattern 6243 contains instructions

because another ally, Russia, is far over a 100-mile front, creeping slow- that,he was to be restored to" fellowship for making rug; illus.

THESE COMMON away and would be of questionable ly 'and painstakingly' toward, the and service when he "turned trations of it and of stitches; ma )

assistance. coastal city of Tarragona. Thoughhe again," which is the correct translation terials' needed; color schemes.To .

SIGNS OF Colonel Beck left Berchtesgaden boasted 300,000 troops, thoughhis for'the,word "converted." obtain this pattern, send 15 wl.

'after discovering he had much in attack resembled the World II. Self-assurance e 'and' Disgraceful' cents. in coins ,to The Sewing Cir-

ACID INDI'GESTIONo common with the master of Europe. war's Verdun, the showing was still Failure (vv. 33, 34, 54-60). cle, Household Arts Department

Though unannounced, the confer- ,too unimpressive.What Peter, was sure of himself and of 259 West 14th St., New York, N. Y.

ence results are quite discernible. made matters worse was his consecration to the Lord. A

Having' been granted, security at news 'from 'south central Estrema- man who stands in that place is in

D Sour Stomach Germany's mercy, Poland will playan dura, where Loyalist Gen. Jose Miaja's grave danger. It'is not long beforewe HOW TO RELIEVE'COLDS
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Heartburn important role in the Reich'scampaign sum-
Loyalist army had made a find Peter; apparently
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D Acid to create a Ukrainian republic spearhead advance' of 50 miles in ing on his own ability to stand fast,

Q Nausea Headache ,,also serving as a rearguard five days, ,capturing rich mining consorting with the enemies of

0 "Gas" while Berlin turns its attentions to lands on which General Franco de. Christ, warming himself by their
No Appetite Friend Mussolini win Medi-
helping
Q pended for 'buying'war materials fire. Someone has 'suggested that

._ Tired Feeling In a terranean' territorial concessions ''abroad. Thoroughly angry, Franco the great spiritual problem of our
'France. Poland will lead informing
U Morning + from ordered removal of his famous "ra day is not the conflict between the

"" a band of armed, neutral dio general," Gonzalo Queipo de Church and the world; nor is it to
( '
Q-LoKtos states from the Baltic to the Balkans '
Llano; famous for his lusty broad- determine how the Church' can best

protecting Germany fromRussia. casts from Seville. ,Then he took serve in the world, but rather what Follow These Directionsto J-
Poland will Ger- Simply Easy
permit a ,
steps to protect the Loyalist objec- to do about the world which has '
man ''railroad and highway from tive, the Seville-Salamanca railroad gotten into the Church. How did i Ease the Pain and Discomfort and
East Prussia to
Germany proper, worldliness get into the Church?

// You Have Any of These across the Polish corridor. Most The members brought it-,there after Sore Throat Accompanying, Colds
important Poland will probably
had out and warmed them-
and they
Symptoms Suspect gone
lead in Pan-Ukrainian : .
agitation, ts. 'I
+ _
selves at the world's fire.
Acid Indigestion as the serving as a "front" nation for the '
Reich. "/ s c '''f "y The denials made 'by Peter seem 1. To ease pain 'and 4:
Cause"AIkalize" the almost unbelievable in the life of discomfort and reduce >,:'
Munkacs. Bad blood has stood between
,Quick, Easy "Phillips' Czechoslovakia I one,who had been in immediate':fellowship fever take 2 Bayer ;:
Hungary I
with the Lord and who had Tablets! -drink a glass g<
Way. If the Trouble PersistsSee since last November 2, when a Ger
man-Italian commission remarked seen His glory. We have here a ?:r: of water. Repeat In "
ycur Doctor. revelation of the fact that "the heartis 2 hours. .
the southern boundary of
Now there is a way to relieve "acid Ukraine (Ruthenia) and gave Carpatho-added 4h'4c 1' P kr deceitful above all things and desperately "-
indigestion"-with almost incredi- to ,wicked; who can know it?
territory
Hungary. Unpopular
ble speed. You simply take 2 tea- (Jer.17:9): We agree with Dr. Wil-
with Germans
and Czechs alike
spoonfuls of Phill Milk of Mag- :was bur"M. Smith: "This is of the Dev

nesia 30 minutes alter meals. OR- one Italian demand, that strategicMunkacs il. This is humanity sinking to, the :} 2. If throat Is raw
be ceded i ir
take 2 Milk of to Hungary.
Phillips' Magnesia
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lowest plane of base ingratitude.This : : from cold, crush and :L s
Tablets, the exact equivalent. Munkacs is a key city in Germany'splan ,
:
for vast is shame upon shame. One ::>r 1 dissolve 3 Bayer ( "
Carpatho-Ukrainian' :
Results are amazing. Often you might have hoped that one denial Tablets ln./ glass ;
get relief in a few minutes. Nausea fortifications, slyly planned as a '
I
and sincere of water -
would bring ,quick repentance gargle.
and upset distress disappear. It threat to keep Russia intimidated
but instead it, leads the
produces no gas to embarrass'youand while the Reich turns its attentionsto :
offend others. winning concessions from France way to a second and to a third.,

Try it-Get; liquid Phillips' Milkof and Great Britain. There seemed to be nothing that 4

Magnesia for home use and a box When Czech-Hungarian hostilities could stop Peter, until "the Lord ,THE SIMPLE WAY pictured \
of Phillips' :Milk of Magnesia Tab- turned and looked" at him.
broke out at Munkacs, the inspira above often brings amazingly fast
lets to carry with,you. tion was obvious. This time using GEN. ,JOSE MIAJA III. The Look'of Love and a Bro-, relief from discomfort and sore

PHILLIPS' MILK OF MAGNESIA Czechoslovakia for a "front," Hit General Franco lost his mines. ken Heart (v61, 62). throat accompanying colds.
ler What was in the look of Jesus is Try it. Then-see your doctor.
trouble
was stirring which
OR TABLET FORM up which connects northern and southern best Alexan- He probably will tell to
IN LIQUID will lead to a re-demarcation of the perhaps expressed by you con-
Spain. The only Franco recourse der Maclaren: "It spoke of Christ's tinue with the Bayer Aspirin be-
Czech-Hungarian frontier, bringing seemed to be withdrawal of of Christ's cause it acts so fast to relieve dis-
knowledge. pain, ofChrist's
strategic Munkacs ,back into his thoroughly tired troops from the comforts of a cold. And to reduce
power. This done, the Reich has love. fever.
Catalonia front which ,
only to placate little Hungary., a loss of, the bloody undoubtedlymeant gains The backslider needs first of all to This simple way, backed by
0 These happened realize that the Lord knows all scientific authority, has largely
things> just as Rebel in sup-
Spain has made that sector.
British Prime Minister Neville about his denials and sin. He has planted the use of strong medicines SIn

Don't Neglect Them 1 Chamberlain left for Rome, where Medicine been hiding things from his family easing cold symptoms. Perhapsthe

Nature designed the kidneys to do amarvelous observers and friends, denying accusations, easiest, most effective way yet
expected him to
make
job. Their task is to keep the a sides discovered. But-make
and dark
flowing blood stream free of an excess of deal with Mussolini. The probabledeal Bright feature Surgeon trying,to cover up his guilt. Lethim: sure you get
toxic impurities. The act of living-lifo General Thomas Parran's an- abandon such, effort. genuine BAYER
every'
: France would give 'now
ifc1I-ia constantly producing waste Italy Aspirin.
matter the kidneys must remove from Suez ,canal rights and joint use of nual report on the nation's health: Jesus knows all about it. '

the When Wood the if kidneys good health'fail to SB function to endure.as the Djibouti-Addis Ababa railroad.In Dark Side. Some 40,000,000 U. S. The second thing to, be realized is .f.!'. "

Nature intended, there is retention of return Italy would guarantee security citizens cannot provide for medical that he has added to the pain and
waste that, may cause body-wide dis care' during serious illness. About of his Lord. For a believerto 15
,
tress.One may suffer nag -ing backache, for British shipping in the sorrow FOR 12 TABLETS
s persistent headnche,attacks dizziness Mediterranean, also helping settle 360,000 more hospital beds are need- turn away' from Him is no light 2 FULL DOZEN 25c_
fretting up nights, swelling, puffinesaunder Britain's ed. Only a few states have satis- to be casually dealt with.
the eyra feel tired,nervous, all Palestine headache. But matter,
worn out. with Hitler ,once 'more' turning his factory programs against pneumo- He needs to be deeply conscious of
Frequent,scanty or burning passages nia and cancer; tuberculosis and of the heart of the
may be further evidence ol kidney or eyes westward, this could be inter- the wounding GUIDE BOOK ;'to r
bladder disturbance. malaria are also serious. Venereal well of the damage done.
preted as only the beginning. Lord, as, as
The! recognized and proper treatment disease control appropriations, must all it look of
Is a diuretic medicine to help the kidneys But above was a GOOD VALUES
pet rid of excess poisonous body waste. Races be increased immediately. love. The Lord deals in tendernesswith )
Use Does Pills. O When you plan a trip abroad,you can
They have had more Bright Side. Death rate fell from
than forty yr.ara o!public Are the backslider. While he never take a guide book, and figure: out exactly :
approvaL -r
endorsed, the country over. Insist on Germany originally planned to 11.3 per thousand in 1936 to 10.9 in will condone sin, He loves where you want to go how long you
or
Doc.,,'..Sold at all drug stores. finance deportation of Jews by mak- 1937, then to 10.8 in 1938's' first six can can atay, and what It will cost you.
and does He
sinner especially
the .The dvertUementa in this paper are
ing foreign powers buy her goods. months. Infant mortality fell from love the one who belongs to' Him really a guidebook to Rood: ,values. If
t D The plan: Jewish emigrees would 57.1 per thousand live births in, 1936 you make a habit of reading; them carefully -
but who has gone astray. What a you can plan your shopping trip.
I. trade their money for-or be to 54.4 in 1937. gracious Lord we do have! and BOTC yourself time,energy and money.



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they learned ,that while the substance '
Houston Goudiss Reports Some Current Knowledge later named vitamin G,

was frequently found in close ,as-
of Vitamin G Substance Essential to
a sociation with vitamin B, such
.
; Growth and Normal Nutrition was not always the case. For example -'

vitamin G is known' occur '
S
4' t : By C. HOUSTON GOUDISS without vitamin B in egg

:. white. .
A NUMBER of the vitamins have been discussed in these

*, columns from time to time. The latest findings of nutri-
Milk, Meat Eggs Greens
tional science have been related, together with suggestionsmade
The richest sources of vitamin.
authorities the amounts of :
by outstanding concerning
a G are the concentrates of yeast,
\ Founded by act of congress in jricture] :different vitamins required to help maintain top health.So yeast extract and wheat germ. Al-

. ;, 1800, the library of congress at far vitamin G has not been discussed specifically. Yeta most equally well supplied with
- i jParade
. Washington is today the largest :{a v knowledge, of some of the functions and sources of this this vitamin are liver and kidney. .
Muscle cuts of .
meat 'contain vitamin
of its size in the world Its nu- vitamin should be possessedby -
G,,but in lesser amounts than
. cleus teas Thomas Jefferson's siII1 every homemaker. For advantage 'to make sure that we liver and kidney. .

I, collection, and such treasures as eminent authorities are of the i do not lack for adequate, amountsof The vitamin- is. also found in'

:-', the original constitution of the opinion thatdt has a far-reach-.I vitamin G. young green plants, and it is interesting -

';, .' United States and the original hIiLi ing influence upon health. to note that the vitaminis ,.
,:'., :' articles of confederation, shown I Sources: of Vitamin G formed during the growth of the
,
\;,.( ,(. abbve being examined by Dr. St. I Because vitamin G is closely as- plant and decreases with matur-

," ,. George L. Sioussat. Since the Possible Effects on Longevity, sociated ,with vitamin B, some ity. The amount of the vitamin

,:,' :, library is growing constantly, an The avowed objectives of modern homerhakers occasionally confusethe has been'found to vary with differ-
.
.' I r', $8,000,000 annex teas recently nutritional scientists are to two. This is not surprising, ent parts of the same plant. In

, ,' r.:\ ,added boasting 249 miles of ii'w help humanity to enjoy happier, inasmuch as it was some years broccoli, the flower buds are said
and following the initial 'of to' contain half 'as
healthier_ longer recognition only as much
: shelving and 20 acres of floor
er lives. If any one vitamin B that scientists estab- the leaves, while the stems, con-

,-I space. 'I vitamin could be lished beyond a doubt that there taro even less. Among the greens, '

6 { rsJ n said to have more was 'more than one growth-pro- turnip tops and beet tops have
; : influence than any moting vitamin. Subsequently, been found to be unusually rich.

(.' other on longevity, Investigations indicate that weightfor

the distinction most weight, they are twice .as richas

certainly ,would be How to Curtain a eggs, though eggs are consid-
f1-'S.'ft.',''' '' wThousands""- .-w,;"<2', ""Z.< =<':'>i ")> ::' : accorded-so far Group of Windows ered a good source.Homemakers .,

as present knowl- will be glad to
of books will go edge is concernedto learn that heating does not appearto
over and above counter each vitamin G. VALANCE BOARD OVER WINDOWS? destroy vitamin G. Canned

year to serve the researches of Extensive labora- foods are therefore as good .a

scholars from all parts of the tory experimentsby : source as though they had not

world, who find reading rooms investigators who area\ para- ,CURTAIN YSODS been processed.Milk .
of the new annex an excellent mount in their field seem to indi- THUMB 1ACK must not be overlooked.For .
cate that vitamin G has a pro- FOLD TO -- -- all practical purposes, and
place for
Li. nounced effect upon the mainte- VALANCE BOAR I chiefly because of the amounts in

nance of health and vigor at all I l which it is consumed, it is proba-
; ages. It has been demonstratedwith bly our most important source of

r" "M.: n>.>-"" ;;Igp..x"t.: .' experimental animals that a the G vitamin.

; Modernity strikes the, staid ,than diet'containing is required more for vitamin normal G RINOUNf, I, I I One thing is certain. Homemakers -
should strive-not for
: library of congress. Above: J ., growth resulted in greater vigor, I diets that are merely adequate, in

-" "speed capsules," a new gadget study.&j a, postponement of the onset of vitamin G but for a surplusto

.'; for shooting books through a, senility and a comparatively short help build high resistance. One
I{. 5; 700-foot tunnel in 23 seconds. period of the, mental and' physical By RUTH WYETH SPEARS authority has advised a ration that

!:J.' Their arrival at the destination infirmities we usually associate "D EAR MRS SPEARS: I am contains four times the amount

'. ; is cushioned by a bank of air with old age. now planning new draperiesto ,considered absolutely necessary.The .
which dress my living room up a bit.
; prevents damage to the surplus should help to pro-
One of three windows is
a' books. Effect on Digestion and Nerves group vide a headstart toward the goalof
especially difficult as the daven-
J have buoyant health.
experiments
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'' ,, <:> : port has to be placed in front of -WNU-C.Houston Goudiss-1939 46.
}%" 1.> .m.F' also indicated that when there isashortag'e
:<
:?':; F them. Can you give me a sugges-
,
\ of vitamin G digestionis
;;z.J>/%:: > (*=r mY tion? I think. I would like a plain
'\'-, : : 1fJv : usually impaired. In this respect valance without gathers or pleats
"'" I 'Tr ""_- a shortage of vitamin G hasa
across the top. How should this
I' different effect than FIMST SIGN
Many of the library'sbooks slightly a be,,made and hung? ,I have just
{ deficiency of vitamin B. A defi-
{ made a beige slipcover for the
is are rare items, nite lack, of, vitamin B ,causes an OF SPICING !
: davenport with green pipings and
I'i't :,. like the above Eliot abrupt and complete loss of appe- bands.-A. D. W."
;:\: Indian Bible of 1663, tite. Withholding vitamin G appears ;' "
the first Bible printed to affect the desire for,food, I would use plain cream colored \\ GlEtRV'rr /'
glass curtains for, all three windows -
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*? America. It is in the so that experimental animals con- --
and overdrapes at the ends '
. sume, only about two-thirds' as
Algonquin languageand only., A striped material in tonesof ..---
much as they would normally'
is bound 'in
IIl0roc-
take. tan and green and blue wouldbe
A co. At left Mr. Valta nice for
the with
draperies a
.. 'r udr fh ij i < A form of nervous depressionmay
rr Parma of the library narrow fringe edging in green and
.
occur when the diet is low in
I examines a collection vitamin G for any protracted tan or green and blue. A valance

of rare books in the length of time. Other unfortunate board at the' top of the windows is 1
l P library's incunabula. essential when a plain valance is \
consequences may be a decline in ,
used. This board should be four :
Mr. Parma is holding a the health of the skin. Studies
inches wide and Jinch thick. It
volume of 'canon law with animals indicated that when
is screwed in with L brack-
place
printed in Venice inI486' the vitamin was' withheld; 'not ets. Ordinary metal curtain rods Ferry's DATED Seeds
only did a loss of weight occur,
are' placed just under it for the
w j..n i% r HFn l but there were other signs of nutritional glass curtains and side drapes. When the first red-and-silver
failure. These includedan Ferry's Seeds displays appear,
The plain_valance should 'be long
inflammation, of the mouth, a spring is just around the corner-
enough to fit around the ends' of
loss of hair, a thickening and in and garden-planning time is here.
the board and should be about six
some cases, a cracking. and sealing Take the guesswork out of gar-
inches finished. It shouldbe
deep ,
of the skin. dening this >ear. To help you, '
stiffened with an interlining of
for
Ferry's Seeds pass rigid tests
crinoline and allowance shouldbe
an
s1; Vitamin G and Healthy Eyes made at the top for a tuck or vitality and germination each THEN year
f' before being packeted.
iy y'3/ Studies with a variety of experimental fold to be tacked to the board as EACH PACKET IS DATED. This

animals resulted in the shown. date is your assurance of live,
r startling disclosure that on diets NOTE: Mrs. Spears' Book 2- rigorous seeds.

n lacking vitamin G the health of Gifts, Novelties and Embroideryhas Be sure your seed packets are
the eyes was distinctly affected. helped thousands of women to stamped "Packed for Season 1939."

Not only was there a loss of use odds' and ends of materialsand Select them from your local dealer's

111 hair around the eyes, but the eye- their spare time to make display of Ferry's" Seeds. Many: at
I 'I ball developed a whitish appear- things to sell and to use. Book 1 5 cents. ALL SELECTED FOR

ance which was determined to be SEWING, for the Home Deco- YOUR LOCALITY. Ferry-Morse

cataract.At rator, is full of inspiration for every Seed Co.,seed growers, Detroit and
$. 5 <2 < Vs a ,f present, scientists are not homemaker. These books San Francisco" Send for 1939 Homer
Ll;< s?< S&ss f l | make delightful gifts. Mrs. Spears .
q// /.;' / / yrrN h't% prepared to say whether these lab- Garden Catalog.r' ,
; v 'f oratory findings'may be confirmed will autograph them ,on request.
l- clinically. But certainly when we Books are 25 'cerrts'' each., Crazy- F

-" know that in many ways, the food patch quilt leaflet is included free .
The new annex, which will care for the library's expansion requirements of experimental ani- with every order for both books. iUljJ :d '

requirements for some time, is architecturally as typical of its lime mals are. comparable to those in Address Mrs.. Spears;. 210 S. Des-. D
I as was the original or main building, which icas built in 1897. ,The man, it would be distinctly to our plaines ,St., Chicago, 111. "

murals are by the dean of American muralists. Ezra A. Winter.




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\( FOUR THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 1930

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News position buildings added last year, Jan. 17, Town Team here. 1 bie Berner, Richard Knight; Bal- A. D. Dobbin, Ernest Redish: Gil- ) 1 "
The Clewiston now fronts have bE'en'erected for Jan. 20, Alva there, 1 loon Man, Jimmy Robberson; Spanish bert Stiles; Fat Lady, Maureen

several others. The wonderful Jan. 21, Jupiter here. j Dancer, Lionel Beatty; Strong Johnson; Acrobats, Ann Prewitt !I

Published every Friday in Clewiston, "Fountain of Health," illuminatedby Jan. 24, Naples there. j Man, Skippy Cothern; Cowboys, "?. (Continued on page eight)
Florida by the CLHWISTON NEWS, the new nickle-cobalt black Jan. 28, Boynton, here (3 p.m.).
Inc. I light, is both mysterious and mzlg-I Jan. 30, Belle Glade here.

nificent. In the beautiful Palace of Jan, 31, Fort Myers there. ::..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.

KEATHLEY BOWDEN, Editor Citrus will be found the most mar- Feb. 3-open. .

velous displays of citrus fruit ever Feb. 7, Pahokee there. I .
Entered aa second class mail matter assembled, with tons of ripe fruit Feb. 10, Boca Grande here.
February 1, 1927, at the Post Office in used throughout the entire Festival Feb.' 14, Moore 'Haven there. ;
Clewiston, Florida, under the Act or I f. Congratulations f fI
March 3, 1891.SnucrlptloD. grounds and buildings for decora- Feb. 17, Fort Myers here.
tive purposes, in novel and artistic Feb. 21, Jupiter there. Y

arrangements.Being Feb. 24, Naples here. ,
Rate $2.00 Per Year. located In the very heartof Feb. 28, Pahokee here. I. to I

Adverilnlag Rates On Application. Florida's richest citrus growing March 3 & 4, District Tournament -

I area, the surrounding countrysideis Miami Beach., .
I in well kept Haven here. !_ ) 1_I I.t.
Devoted to the advancement and welfare -' highly developed March 7, Moore : STANDARD OIL CO.

of Clewiston and Hendry County. orange and grapefruit groves, manyof March 10, Boynton there. .. '.t.
them loaded with ripe fruit, a March 17-18, Four-County League .s. .. .. f
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sight that never fails ,to thrill the Tournament, Fort Myers. .s. hI
CARE OF TENNIS COURTS '
winter visitors. Then, too, at Win- I :i: On Their New and Modern :i:
ter Haven is beautiful Cypress First Grade Presents ... ..
Nearly two years ago the Kiwanis Gardens, probably the most unique :Interesting Pla'lct

Club sponsored a project for the! and interesting attraction of its "The Original ,Circus Better Than jjSERVICE!! j
construction of three fine tennis I kind in America which will appealto The Best", a story by Lawrence I STATION

courts in Clewiston, which, since 1 every lover of nature and things : Guthrie, was presented by the first I }.
their completion, have given many;I beautiful. I grade at the elementary school assembly I t
hours of enjoyment to young and j j ; ; i.Y i.
The West Coast of Florida certainly this morning and many par- .: ) ?
old and if properly cared for will] has much to offer this sea- ents were on hand to enjoy the "

give the same enjoyment for many I son ,of the year and the- events play.: Costumes were',excellent and .. J" and : 1
years to come.Recently mentioned are but forerunners of the play was well done in every .. .. r:

complaints I have been the big show which'opens in Tam- detail. I r I ,
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made that a number of young folks
pa January 31 and continues for The cast: Ringmaster, Lawrence
have been using the courts for a h
roller skating rink and we have American.Hernand three consecutive. -weeks.
..
been asked to against this .i. .
warn Trainer, Muriel Golden; Giraffes, I
sition, which is sponsored by the .
practice. Florida State Fair, is staged in L. D. Shaw and Billy Ivey; Gi- :;: handle electrical installation.' *.

Now a concrete tennis court commemoration of the 400th an- raffe Trainer, Margie Dixon; Tiger I

makes an ideal roller skating rink, niversary of the landing of DeSotoat Trainer, Harry Vaughn, Trick Dog 1 I

we'll have to admit, but it is a Tampa in 1539. Trainer, Vivian Croy; Cages, Kay

fact that a concrete surface, almost Here will be' found 24 modern Bowden, Rannon Simmons, Melba i ;l Turner Electric Co. i I
I IIt
before one realizes it, can become I exposition buildings teeming with Ricks and Leathea Fielder; Bare-

badly pitted from, the contact of I marvelous exhibits 'of every kind back Riders, Sue Holland and Ann AI

the steel rollers. And such pits ina and character. Numerous Florida Slonaker; Clowns, Gene Land, :: :!:
conducive .: . . . . . . . ., .
court are certainly not i counties will vie in presenting their Bobby Smith, Shirley Benbow Bob-I..N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N....N.N.N.H.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.1..N..:.N.N....N.N.N.N.N.:..:..N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.M1f4f .
to the best tennis play, for the, resources and advantages.: The hor-
ball, when it strikes one of these displaysare
ticultural and ,agricultural
little pits, may be deflected in any splendid. This year a great cat- 'I

direction other than the one which tle and dairy show is an added at

the player might anticipate.We traction. It is impossible in the lim-
are certain that these skaters,
ited space at my command to attempt -
never realized that they might ruin I to tell you of all the inter- I
these courts and that they would esting and wonderful things you

have stayed off had they done so. will see on these modern exposition
A word of caution is probably all '
grounds but I can assure :you it
that is needed. is one show you don't want to miss
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-different entirely from all others .

.:..:....:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..::. and with the pageants "The Land- Y.Y
ing of Hernando DeSoto," the capture -

Too Late To Classify of the city by Gasparilla, and
II numerous other features, you will
find something to interest and

CJ3y Cussell KayNNNNNNNNNNNNNN entertain you every minute of the .
I day and night, whether your stayis r '' )

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tire festive period. -
Ferdinand, the famed bull who t
Those interested in learning
delighted in sitting by the cork'
more concerning the event ,and its
tree and smelling the flowers, would 'S
many special events and attrac-
' *"e a delightful time in Tampathe :
tions, special days, outstanding ex-
week of January 21 to 28,
hibits, etc., can secure interesting
ffl''
""or during this period the gay and R tl .T.
illustrated literature and informa- *
festive spirit of Old Spain will rule
tion by simply dropping a letteror
the "Cigar City" and in the neigh-
postal card to the DeSoto Expo
borhood of 20,000 Latins will give
sition, Tampa, Florida. And you
themselves over to merry-making,
should make a note of the dates
while gay caballeros and flower-
right now and arrange so that you
redecked senoritas will whirl joy
will be in Tampa at some time dur-
fully to the tuneful rhythm of the 1
ing the show. Remember the dates:
.tango and the rumba.
it opens Tuesday, January 31 and
This is the time of the famed continues through Saturday, Feb- 1
Latin carnival held in Tampa each ruary 18.
:year and for many weeks the Latin

citizens have for this been brilliant busy with and preparations col-- tlillllIllimlililml! J li iNN!llil i NNIN I NNNNIIfNlII I!! mII!! 11Ilmllmmm NN II JNNNNlm!! ,. I i

orful event, which is not only enjoyed -
by all Tampans but annually SCHOOL NEWSEditor 1 1 1 i

attracts thousands of visitors

and tourists from out of town and t : _._".__._....__.... Bill Owen i I
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outof state. Ass't Editor ........ J. D. Hooker I
These delightful fiestas are en- Sports Editor ........_. Dick Owen You can safely look to public opinion for a fair, honest and reliable I

tirely different from any other car-
nivals verdict car values. The public prefers Chevrolet for 1939 and I
and are or well fairs worth held attending.in the state The I ':m i''!liiimIlililm! !! !! I! CN m lm fNN mil li NI I JN IIlllIlmlllllmlmllm!! N Ni N! !! INNNI!IIIIr! on l

shows public preference is the public's proof that Chevrolet prices are lower .
stage presented are entirely Tigers and Tigerettes

Latin: In character, most of the Defeated in Boca Grande that Chevrolet quality i is higher that Chevrolet value is greater ; k.
talent being imported from Cuba (By Dick Owen)
and South America; crack' rumba Boys 39-26 Girls' 15-10 4 that Chevrolet is the car for you. I
dance orchestras, marimba bands II I
,
I Two fast, thrilling games were I
famed Spanish dancing teams and played against Boca Grande last ; nIy IoWprlced "CHEVROLET'S THE

many other features. Friday by the Tigers and the Tig- W Tth

Both Latin ana American dance erettes of Clewiston. Both games PERFECTED n/y/o CHOICE"OEAR

bands are provided for the dances were lost but the Tarpons had to !
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which are open to the public. One fight hard to win. Johnny Downing vecu brain g AGonorelMoronValue ,
om
evening is given over to a down-'' of Boca Grande, scored 23 of w floor/ ,

town fiesta, patterned as nearlyas the 39 points that were made \
possible after those staged in I against Clewiston. LeRoy Hare the

Old Spain with open air sidewalk I Tigers' outstanding player, came .';

cafes, street dancing in areas especially through with ten points of 26. :
CI
roped off for the occasion, I made a New Year's resolution nIy IOW. ., rs ,.tC ,ro/e1 FirNB EcnggrRfdPR ted i,' ; a c+ a /1 ;}.
vaudeville and free acts from plat- about two weeks ago not to be sup Car :' ." t o rY W Base 2! e/.M
forms erected on downtown corners; erstitious. I broke that last Friday LI--7 Wdh Ciuhb Ad

and many other unique and inter- because: ((1) the date was Friday- : $irL1NAM :a' my IoWprlc ..rL'
esting features. the 13th and we lost both games;
,Florida visitors should certainly (2) The Tigers scored a total of Br F1Sy lES ; FAMOUS ROIET'$ with oi/ m
E y
make it a point to visit Tampa and! 26 points which is twice 13;; (3) ib. iN.HEAD SI Priced 1
enjoy the Latin carnival next week. The Tarpons scored a total of 30 I for
Another event well worth your points which is not only three times 'J9 : -- KNEE q 1ED

attention and equally interestingand I our score but three 'times thirteen;

unique is the Florida Orange ((4) Clewiston boys held the Boca a :.. Thrill s .. \ gadSbactproolitef M
n d
Festival at Winter Haven, which Grande boys for '13 minutes (approximately c ; rhrmr b.Comloy eriafr

.opens Monday, January 23 and con- ) to the score of 13; u COfnAorl
tinues for six days through Satur- (5) One car had a .blowout 13 w Aroilobl Action

day, the 28th. miles from Clewiston., Also Johnny -
It was my privilege last week to Downing who was No.3, which I
make a tour of the festival groundsfor added to his scoring of 23 points (

a sort of preview, in company makes two' 13's.

with President George Burr' Gen- And why shouldn't I be super- '

eral Manager Al Shaffer and George stitious? I certainly have my rea- Clewislon Motor Cor.npany:

Clements, and 1 was truly amazedat sons. But whether we lost or not ; r
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the numerous improvements. In I saw two good games and besides .
fact I hardly recognized the lay-I' had a lot ,of fun. -
.out. Clewiston :. Floridat.l
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I C I ................................................................................................................................................................................:. I I YOUNG WOMAN'S CLUB Glade where he has been the min The public is very cordially invited h
yI I MEETS WITH MISS JORDANThe ister for a number of years. He to worship in the Community
.. .t. ..t..
.;. .. is popular with his own congrega- Church.
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regular meeting of the tion as well as the entire commun-

:i: PERSONAL and SOCIETY I Itw :i: Young Woman's Club vwas held at ity and is an active member of the FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
y the home of Miss Virginia Jordan Belle Glade Rotary Club. The peo- Marshall Mines, Pastor ,
y Friday evening with Miss Carol ple of Clewiston are very cordially -
Y
/ Ya Harris assisting hostess. I invited to hear Mr. Jameson. r "TUD Church of Friendly ,Distinction. -

a.a..a.a..a..a..A..A..A...... .H.H.U..u.u.u.u.u.u.u..aa.u.aa.u.u.u.u.u.aa.aa.aa.aa.aa.aa. .... ._ . . . ..aa.aa.aa.aa.aa..aa.aa.aa.aa.a. . . During the evening tea towels Sunday morning., I ."
;*; ;*; ; ; ; ; ; ; .*%**.****A*%*%*'r%""* "" .n.----------------------------- I were distributed to the membersand
Sunday school every: Sunday: Services'every Sunday:
Father L. J. Flynn was a visitor I II MRS RACKSTUAW ENTERTAINS each was asked to embroiderher morning at nine forty-five "
,I,. in Miami Tuesday.C. I WITH: INFORMAL TEA own initial on the towel giv- Christian Endeavor meeting Sun- (Continued on page 8). '

en her. These were later presented day evening at six.
V. Parkinson made a business Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw entertained -Ito I Mrs. F. C. Taylor, the club spon-:
I Junior Endeavor meeting Tues-
.. trip to Orlando this week. delightfully with an informal I sor.i .
j day afternoon at three-thirty..
tea at her home Thursday after-I i I Mrs. Taylor'and Miss Evelyn Bur- Hot only) SAFE
J:, L. Whitaker spent the weekend hans received prizes in the Chinese There will be a special meetingof
noon, her guests including her mo- the Trustees of the Community
, in Fort Myers with his family. checkers games which were enjoy-
-' ther, Mrs. Martha Ludekins, Mrs. ed'by those present. Church, Monday evening at eight.

Mrs Mildred May of New York H. A. Bestor and her mother, Mrs.J. Delightful refreshments were

v.. City is visiting her daughter, Mrs. W. Francis, Mrs. G. A. Yon and served by the hostesses to Miss
1 *' Scotti at the Inn Apartments.Mrs. Florence Slonaker Miss
M. H. Florine
her mother, Mrs. M. Kettl and Mrs.
Moore, Miss Evelyn Burhans, Miss tOflGHlRESliJQlirEFFECTIVEJANUARYI5J939
W. F. Simpson and her mother,
P. G. White and Mrs. C. L. Inez Lammons, Miss Alice Stein-
Fowler of Canal Point were Clew- Mrs. Olin Carleton. holtz, Miss Pearl Brantley, Miss

iston visitors Wednesday. Evelyn Hare, Miss Ruth Knight,

BRIDAL SHOWER HONORS Mrs. R. Anthony and Mrs.' F. C.
Howard Sharp of Canal Point MRS. DON-'CARLISLE FRIDAY Taylor. but PROFITABLE

."' ," spent Thursday in Clewiston visiting The Young Woman's Club has

friends. Mrs. Don Carlisle, who before 'I been invited to attend? a district cr here are several safe places for

\. her marriage New Years was, Miss meeting of the Florida Federation BETWENAltSTATIONS your savings..in a safe depositbox
Mr. and Mrs., I. M. Pafford Clarice Lammons, was honoree at 1 lof Business and Professional Clubsat QHTHE ,in government bonds,invested
'" were visitors in Fort Myers Tues- a pretty miscellaneous shower given the Stuart Hotel, Stuart, on here,etc.The principal differenceis

day. for her at the home of Mrs. M. B. Sunday, January 29, from 11:30a. that HERE your savings earn a
Thomas Friday afternoon with Miss m. to 3:30( p. m. Luncheon reservations generous profit for you. because
CONSULT TICKET AGENTS
:: .,: Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Musgrave I I Elsie Lammons and Mrs. M. G. are $1.00. Members who they work constantly and profitably,
and son, Eddie, motored to ,Delray
Mines hostesses. 1 are interested in attending are re- unply.secured by many home
.. Beach Sunday to visit relatives. I
. Various games formed the enter quested to contact the president,
tainment of the afternoon and Mrs. Mary Markette.
R H. Knight, Mrs. Josephine: Carlisle was the recipient of many J. M. COUSE Clewiston Federal

'. Knight and Miss Ruth Knight spent lovely gifts. A congealed salad and I MRS. HANNA ENTERTAINS IN Cotmselor and Attorney at Law

f\ :.. Sunday in West Palm Beach. punch was served by the hostesses.The HONOR OF SON'S BIRTHDAYMrs. Hopkins Building Savings and Loan

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guest list included Mrs. W.
'
" and
: ._. Mrs. Aubrey Wells; is visiting her H. Warren, Miss Dorothy Hare, Mrs. Floyd Hanna entertainedwith Wednesdays Saturdays AssociationThe
0:30 to 4:00
, : mother in Warwick, Georgia for a Robert Russell, Mrs. Herman Davis a children's party at her home

r-:> few weeks. Mrs. T. C. Musgrave, Mrs. W. yesterday afternoon in honor of I

t.?. Mr.. and Mrs., D. G. Alston and H.. Broaderick, !Mrs. Leslie Miller, the eighth birthday of her son, ;..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:--e Mrs. R.. M. Hare, jr., Mrs. Man- Bobby. y '
', Martha Nell Alston motored .
Miss
Y
'. ning Carter, Miss Katie Mae Ar- Games
on the lawn were enjoyed -
:: ; .; ,' Haven Sunday.
Moore
.;;, '.,':. to nette, Miss ,Florence Slonaker,' Mrs.R. by the group of children, and
E. Turrentine,' Mrs. R. M. Mar- pretty refreshments. .. individual ;i j Service Station 'iy
New
.,7"' .< ;,:rs. Jerry Cato of Pahokee is shall. cakes and fruit jello molded in individual -
,.., spending this week in Clewiston
. visiting her sister, Mrs. C. W. Sim- cups were served.: Baloons
:'. MRS. MILLER HOSTESS TO 1 and pop corn were, distributed as I y Y.t. ..
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mons. .. :
AFTERNOON BRIDGE CLUB favors. ofSTANDARD
/'.. 'I Y
" Mrs. Judson Francis of Canal Attending were Shirley Owen, x
;- Point visited for several days over Mrs. L.; C. Miller .was hostess' to I Corrinne VonMach, Fred Young,

,',',:' the week-end with her mother: Mrs. the Wednesday Afternoon Bridge I Edward Bourne,. Bobby Taylor, ::1: OIL co.:1. :.:.
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t< A. O. Ward. Club at her home on the govern-! Janette Dobbins A. D. Dobbins, .:. :
':',' ment reservation this week. A box Marjie ,McCracken, Jack Davis, JuneColyer ::: .': .. ti.

".'. Mrs. Keathley Bowden, Mrs. Olin of! Coty's bath powder was presented Mary Louise 'Lyle, Wehiner /\. : is attractive addition toT ::
t.' Carleton and Mrs. W. F. Simpson ,, ,to Mrs. G. B. Thomas' holder of Bishop, Rachel Miner, Richard .. an .:.

.. spent Sunday in Okeechobee 'visit- high score, linen handkerchiefs to Hanna; Shirley Philips, Nadine Andrews /'
Mrs. H. R. Hall who held low I Robert Wiandt and Miss Alice '
i:: } .. ing Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Lovvorn. i CLEWISTON 1X
F. r-- score and hose to Mrs. Keathley i Steinholtz.

;:' Mr. and Mrs.' "Jimmy Wilspn. have I Bowden' who made the lucky 'cut. I .. I .:.
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' y'. returned from a- visit'' with: Mrs: Chicken salad,: hot rolls and coffee -I ; )

,>.. Wilson's mother, Mrs. Charles. Moran were served by Mrs. Miller to rlmmllmM!! !!! I !!!!III mllm!! i.lmlmm II II III I I!I mlmmIWJlmIWJ! 1 !! Yi:: Arid we offer congratulations as it opens :!:
Mrs. Dave Alston Mrs. i
' ; ':" in Pahokee. I. M. Paf
:t':::>,Ci. ford, Mrs.. G. B. Thomas, Mrs.': J. WITH THE tt :: for business tomorrow. ::
i., ,- W. D. King accompanied Mrs. W. Ezelle, Mrs. W.. H. Lanier, Mrs. C ; Xy

.:. King to Fort Myers Tuesday. Mrs. H.. R. Hall. .and Mrs. Bowden. ChurchesI m
\ King went on to Tampa. for a_ visit A
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/' : ,, of several days. NEAR GROUP RIVER ENJOYS SATURDAY PICNIC Lmmirnim MMllrnlmIMimllmIrJli II I II .11161II, IIi ij lll ml l6.ill mmd YI The' lumber and building materials :were !

,:: G. E. Etherton motored to Miami COMMUNITY CHURCH

"\ Sunday for Mrs. Etherton who returned Enjoying a day of picnicking and Royal Palm 'Avenue I :: furnished by :::
::f. \ with him after a week's sightseeing in'the woods adjacentto : +
.i: 'i ',' visit with her ''mother, 'Mrs., F. R. the Caloosahatchee. river, 'near!' Forest C. Taylor, Minister Y vl

,: Maxwell. LaBelle Saturday ,were, Mrs. F. I 1
I(.'. M. Wright, Mrs. J. D. Bruce, Mrs. Rev. J. O. Jameson will be the Royal Lumber Co. :I Iy _
". Rev. and Mrs. M. E., Mines left W. C. Owen, Mrs. F. W. Delozier, guest preacher in the Clewiston l

i.i.... Tuesday for West Palm Beach Mr. and Mrs. I., 'D.: Leydig, Mrs. E. Community Church next Sunday yv
where they are spending the week C. Mills, Misses Roberta, Spicer, morning at eleven o'clock. The Rev.
<;-(/ attending the sessions of the Florida Florence Graham, Barbara Bruce,i Mr. Jameson is pastor of the Community ,

t; / State Baptist Convention Nancy Wright, Shirley Owen and I Methodist Church in Belle I."r' .o.:":":":.':":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:--:..:..:..:..

Dick Owen, Gene and Bub Mills. ,! ............ .
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. Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Shelley spent .. .
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a few days in Nassau the first I KAY BOWDEN CELEBRATES _=- -. _: _.-= '..' _' -..:_ .... .::- : ___. : : ::_ ,: '. : L- --- -- : i
'.' of the week. Mrs. Shelley joinedMr. SEVENTH BIRTHDAY THURSDAY
Shelley in Miami ,and they flew. J c.
;-. to the island Monday. I Kay Bowden celebrated his sev- '

.. enth birthday Thursday afternoon I The New And Modern. :
Chauncey Y. Dodds, Washington, with a party at the home of his
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':,. and J. H. Franklin, Miami, parents, Mr. and Mrs. Keathley
j
.,,' spent Saturday and Sunday in Clew- Bowden. Outdoor game; were en-
:-:-. iston. Mr. Dodds is of, the drain- joyed and prizes in the peanut Standard Service StationAcross
age division of Reconstruction Fin- hunt were won by Jo Ann Crouch

. ance Corporation and was here in and Gene Mills.A .
.J. connection with the Everglades yellow and red color schemewas
Inn
Street from Clewiston
Drainage District application for a carried out with a Mexican
loan. theme in the table accessories.

" ---- Cake and ice cream were served to BUSINESS
WILL OPEN FOR
A group of women from the Wo-I Kim Kolstad, Bobby Berner, But
men's Missionary Society motored Mills, Gene Mills, John Schiffli,
l' to West Palm Beach Wednesday t Harry Vaughn, Charles Miner,
. 21stwith
to attend the meeting of the FlorIda Richard Knight, Vollney Robbins, Tomorrow Saturday January

"'I.. Baptist State Convention Those} Joe Schroeder, Skippy Cothern, ,
:( composing the party were Mrs. A.J Clifford and Lionel Beatty, Jimmy
,.' R. Broadfoot, Mrs. C. Nelson, Mrs. Robertson, Bobby Smith, Gene
::.. O. C. Landon, Mrs. C. Krueger,1 Land, Carline Berner, Jo Ann
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Mrs. G. E. W/enzloff/ Mrs. Arthur Crouch, Anne Prewitt, Shirley Ben-

Carlson. J. Graham., Mrs. Roy Alston and Mrs.J. bow and Paul Howard Bowden. GRATTON GEORGE, ManagerWe

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NEW BRIDGE CLUB

EDDIE MUSGRAVE ORGANIZED BY LADIESA invite you to visit us-to see the very latest in lubricating

1. CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY
new bridge club, which plans which has been installed to meet the constantly chang-
' equipment
'-: Mrs. T. C. Musgrave entertainer]i to meet weekly on Wednesday afternoons -

' ,. Saturday afternoon with a birthda r was organized this week equipped to give
.r / needs of modern cars-to see how we are
, .. party for her son, Eddie, whos with a party at the home of Mrs. ing .
fourth birthday occurred on Sun-G. E. Etherton. I ..

day. Members include' Mrs R. C. you speedy, dependable service
Ice cream, cake and punch wen Nowling, Mrs. F. F. Durrence, Mrs.
served to the youngsters and suck- V. C. Woodward,. Mrs. John El- REGULAR &" ETHYL
I AND BEST OF ALL
ers were given as favors. more, Mrs. A. C. Carlton, Mrs. R.
Those attending were Terrel I M. Hare, jr., Mrs. E. L. Hayes,
Cason, David Crouch, Ogie ant and Mrs. Aubrey Wells. Mrs. Wells Crown Gasoline and Essolube Motor OilsFor
Billy .Arnette, Billy and Bobb;11 was not present at the meeting this
Maynard, James Harris, Bobb; week, but Is included in the membership -
\'-.., Taylor, P. B. Young, Betty Young,];, of the club. quick, dependable, friendly service-"Gas Up at Gratton's"r
Peggy Barnes, Dickie Cochran, Cle o I Delightful refreshments were
Scott, Barbara and James Barbo s served by Mrs. Etherton followingthe
and Richard Griffin bridge games.

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CHAPTER VIIIContinued12 more. It came, flood-tide. For an snappiest style." He passed out a voice. "You mean you're quitting. ?"

hour and a quarter Mr. Snydacker ,memorandum to each. "That's it."

"But you'd feel different about the dictated notes. He then ordered his Gloria's informed her that her sal- This might be bluff. A. Leon was .

trip after we're engaged, wouldn'tyou valet to pack, after which he locked ary was suspended until the resump inclined to the theory that it was. .

darr-ling?" asked Snydacker. himself in the west wing for a ses- tion of work. Meantime she could But he dared not take a chance."

"Engaged?" repeated Marne with sion of self-communion, officially remain, at Maiden Effort Headquarters "Now, Moby; be reasonable, he WNU Service.

lifted brows. designated as a conference and oth- rent-free. began ingratiatingly. \

"Didn't Moby Dickstein tell youI erwise known as the sulks. "Why, the dirty So-and-so!" washer "Don't you say 'reasonable'bein'to
What's reasonable about
intended we should be engaged?, Memoranda were the aerial embittered comment. "Say, if me. '
i blamed for that
everything
"He may have made some reference -: bombs of A. Leon's professional op I ever get a chance to square with i i whether I got anything to goes do TIPS to'
wrong
to it." erations. Shortly after the presid- him for this, short of murder, will "
with it not?
"My instructions," said A. Leon ing'genius had withdrawn into the I take it! What's your love-message, '"Now or wait minute pleadedhis
,
swift silences to burst.,Things a Gardeners.
complacently. There was a they began kid? "
boss. "You
got me wrong.
pass, suggestive of legerdemain, hummed. Everybody ran around in Marne, it appeared, had been put Everybody was always getting A.

,and a large, pure, diamond was distressful circles, asking questionsof on "temporary half-pay" pending Leon Snydacker to the griefof
wrong
sparkling into her eyes. "Whad one another and trying to find determination of what was to be
knowI
his sensitive soul,; "You .. J
d'you think of that?" .. Moby Dickstein.''That longsuffering done. After devoting a moment of "
best interests at heart. the Garden
got your Making Pay
factotum at the Park Housein
was to the docu-
concentrated thought
"It's lovely, was her involuntary "As per invoice," remarked the
admission. Moldavia, treating his spiritual ment, Gloria gave her opinion.: ex-factotum, waving the memoran- VEGETABLE gardens are .
injuries with cocktails. The busi- it. A. Leon's fresher, more
"I got trying to grown,
"It's darr-ling.
yours, : dum of' his dismissal under its au-
"Oh, no! I couldn't possibly." ness of being fired had finally goton throw a scare into you., 'hor's; nose. nourishing food for the family,
his seasoned nerves. "How?" and to conserve on food bills.
He brandished the jewel before
"That through on
you're
means
While chaos brooding, Marne "By pretending that he's thinkingof Therefore, crops must be wisely
her, then held it out at arm's lengththe was this picture," explained the employer -
better to emphasize his impres- and Gloria were taking a sail on the shutting down. Hey, Moby?" : with swift ingenuity. chosen and systematically planted.

sive statement. "This is a bonny- lake. One of the, daily rain-squalls The factotum maintained the According to Walter H. Nixon,
fied engagement ring." chased them in, wet and disgusted.The gravity of.the owl'' and the taciturnity "Well, I don't wanta be throughon seed breeding vegetable expert,
this I like this
picture. picture.
first thing they noticed was a of the clam. the most important vegetables
"But, Mr. Snydacker" I'm not en- typed square on the bulletin board "If that's the idea, why doesn't he Through on this picture" through on considered both for food value and. q

gaged to you.", which A. Leon Snydacker had set up fire me?" inquired Marne logically. the whole show. Alcohol was inspiring garden space required are beans,

"No; but- in the front hall for the daily edi- "Because you'd go" simp. He the normally amenable Dick cabbage, carrots, beets, squash,
"And I don't want to be. stein spirit to a fine irresponsibility.

to ,, .., .. .. ,,, , .. ,, ,,,, tomatoes,onions,peas and spinach.To .
"You don't want to be engaged In. ,' ', "" : ':"" '" :-:"''<'' '';''---C:: "'<':::;:':': :<<::<$: ':"'<0::"'"'::<::>'::::"::;;::':< 1 "Sure. Sure. You stay right'hereon
}. ,,,yr', ti ; get the most from gardenspace
be married to me? A bonnyfied en- ; on job and look after-er-my
of
plant two crops spinach,
gpgement! interests. one in early spring, the other in
"I'm afraid I don't." "As and on what?" late fall. Plant Chinese cabbage,

"Lissen. When I say: engaged, I "In charge and on your, present carrots; beets and parsnips in fall

mean the real McCoy This ,is brass salary. I've cut the others but-" in space occupied earlier by

tacks. Not just one of those news- "NothhV doin'," said the bold Mo- beans, radishes and peas.

paper engagements for publicity.It's by, perceiving that he had his opponent :Plant bush beans, and beets on

regular, see? I'm telling you I'll on the run. both sides of tomato rows. When 2

marry you." He was putting his case The Snydacker jaw dropped. "You tomatoes need the space, those

with a skill, a tact, a persuasive wouldn't, let' .me down in-in my earlier crops will have been pulled
magnanimity which roused the live- time ofof trial and tribulation and used. '

liest appreciation in his own mind. r..I would you Moby?" Corn can be worked into the

"Just as soon," he added in after- The appeal left its object cold. garden plan even though there is

thought, "as I can get my' divorce." "We were talkin' about. a raise not much,space. Plant spinach or

It was a painful shock to him to 'way last March." beets'or onions between rows of

hear her laugh. And there was no .I- +-.p "We'll talk about it again one slower-growing corn. Then grow

bitterness in her mirth; it was of these days." pole beans (cornfield beans) to
af
whole-hearted. He was astute "We'll talk about it now," said the climb on then stalks.Coolidge .

enough to recognize this for a bad fourth cocktail, assuming its placeof

sign. And yet-surely she wasn't command in the Dickstein organ- J>

turning him down. Not A. Leon ism. 's Tribute :

Snydacker, with his position, his 'authority "What do you want?" asked the f t
his millions. Writing of the death of his mother
employer apprehensively."A '
"Oh dear!" she murmured. "How ,twenty-five per cent raise anda Calvin Coolidge said: "In an

can I get it over to him? .I don't contract drawn by my lawyer." hour, she was gone. It was her

want to marry you, Mr. Snydacker. "Make it ten per cent Moby, and thirty-ninth birthday. I was 12
." we'll talk." years old., We laid her away in

"You don't want to marry me?" "Twenty-five. I'm a softy I don't the blustering snows of March.

"No; if you don't mind. I don'twant say fifty." The greatest grief that can come
to a boy came to me. Life was
to marry anybody. < S 4 "The business won't stand it,
to be the same again .
"I don't get your point of view, wailed its proprietor.uVe ain't never
darr-ling. I don't get it at all." made a dollar yet." Five years and 41 years later almost >

"Yeah? What about the pill-and- to a day, my sister and my
"Do you want me to leave the I He brandished the jewel before her, then held it out at arm's length. I father followed her. It always
?" pellet trade? That isn't doin' so bad, ,
company seemed to me that the boy I lost .I
"No; no!" he cried, alarmed. fication of his underlings. The leg, doesn't want to lose you. Just scare I expect. "
A. Leon wilted. Moby, stickingto was her image.
"Nothing like ,that. end read: you. I
It all seemed: to him so illogical. NO MORE REHEARSALS UNTIL "He can't, scare me by paying me his point with alcoholic tenacity,

Here he was",offering her-Oh, well! FURTHER NOTICE BY SPECIAL two-fifty; a week," chuckled Marne. finally won out. That being settled, l
Not; seriously." A. Leon proceeded to relieve his Head colds do
Let it go, for the present. ORDER OF make feel ,
Gloria, clinging to a last hope, feelings of their chief and sorest you
"O-kay, he yielded sadly. "We'llleave A. LEON SNYDACKER, U R n miserable. Do
it lay." He extended the soli- addressed ,,Moby. preoccupation."That LgI1 t !a this for relief: Put
PRESIDENT, about contracts?" Van Stratten girl Moby. 2 Penetro
"What drops
our ,
taire. "You keep this to kinda hold .
I PURITY PICTURES, INC. nowhere with her." Nose Drops in
the thought." "Contracts, pfooie! the factotum I'm getting just nB lD ,
Gloria's fair, straight brows drew favored her with a sour grin. "Ever "Sure, you're gettin just nowhere. soothing each nostrilso, cooling
"Oh I couldn't
"I'll, charge no it to the possibly.studio and down in concern. "Now, what's the hear the word, 'snide'? They say, You chased me off the'' lot and said 1\1 15 OV to irritated membrane
idea of that?" out Hollywood, it comes from leave it to you; you knew how to of the
you can wear it as a, prop, he her 'em." nose and throat.Astringentlike.
"Let's ask Moby, suggested Snydacker. A. Leon's got him an handle ,
in of his bursts of E : ,
propounded one companion.A old-fashioned crook lawyer who can The great man gave way to the action of ephe-

inspiration. "Think'it over anyway." sound of melancholy song issued draw a contract so full of holes that humility of depression. "I was drine quickly allows -

Think the whole proposition over. from a side-room. Mr.' Dick- the ink leaks through while he's wrong, Moby. There's something.. you "more f

Gloria and Moby Dickstein relieved -: stein had returned from the Park writ in', it." about that high society lot that gets room to breathe".

the situation by appearing to House. The girls knocked and were "Then the party's really, over?" me down." IP' IE N 1 ETJ' NOSE
keep an appointment which their bidden in formal tones to enter. "Looks like it." Having won its victory, the alco- dDROPS

boss had forgotten. When this had The First Assistant rose to welcome "But you're not going, Moby!" holic stimulus within Moby now

been postponed and Marne had left them with a knightly bow. cried Marne. "The place would be moved him to confidential sympa-

with them, the ring in its elegantly' "Your servant, ladies," said he. dead without you." thy, together with a touch of condescension Will to Peace

embossed case still rested on the of- "You're drunk," said Gloria. "That's what,I'm goin' to find out "Get ,onto yourself, Bwana. World peace ,in the long run 'de

ficial desk. "I'm not," said Moby. and quick. The big stiff is still here. ." The Great Man perked up at pends upon a universal will to

Out of his instinctive knowledge 1 dunno why. I'm goin' in to haveit sound of the title only to be taken peace.
"He isn't said Marne. "But he'sbeen
of women, A. Leon Snydacker out with him. But first I'm goin'to I down by,the next remark. "Society;
evolved a measure of strategy to drinking. have another drink." Which he my pants! She's no more society
resolve the deadlock. While all were "Licks that touch lipper shall nev- in of Gloria's instant than are. She's, a phony."
I did spite pro- I you COroSIIPAiED !
er' touch mine recited Moby sol
at dinner he had the precious box "
test. "He'll fire me, will he! he'' "I don't believe it, said his chief I t
smuggled into the star's room. That emnly. "Aside from that, if you'dbeen declaimed. "First he knows I'll seg- hollowly. "How d'you know?" : }
night he slept well in the fired's often as me, so would Crowds wart."For
peace- seg-segregate myself from his or- "How wouldn't I know? I made I Gas .
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giving assurance that all women, you. ganization." He took his departure' her up.".
even the classy ones, were essentially "Are you really fired?" tilrty years constipation caused me :
with dignity and steadiness."In "H-h-h-h-how could you make her headaches and pains in the back. Awful gas I
alike and all you needed was a "I'm fired; you're fired; he, she or conference," was the gruff response up?" bloating crowded my heart. Adlorika helped ,
right away. Now I eat sausage, bananas, pie I
little tact.Morning. "We'refired
it is fired Moby.
parsed his chief'sdoor. You wanted swell didn't "
to Moby's tap on "Easy. a anything I want and never felt better. -
brought disillusionment.It ; you're fired: the whole bunchis you? The minute'you set eyes on her Mrs.MabelSchott. Two things happen when

also brought the engagement.ring, fired." "You and who else?" Moby airily you spotted,her,for Class with a big, you wastes are swell constipated.up bowels FIRST and press: Accumulated on nerves in
plus the emeralds, back to their "Do you believe him?" Marne retorted.The capital C, didn't you?" A. Leon the digestive tract. SECOND:Partly digested -
food starts to decay forming GAS,bringingon
Durchaser. No word came Hm_- with..nu asked Gloria. door flew open. "Huh?" de- groaned. "And you needed a build- sour stomach indigestion and,heartburn,

them.In "Neither do I," Moby answeredfor manded the Great Man, sorely up for it. You didn't know it, but breath bloating:you up until you double sometimes relief gasp with for

unendurable anguish of soulA. her. "Not necessarily. I'll find shocked by this disrespect. "What that's what you were lookin' for DOUBLE ACTON. Adlerika relieves j r

Leon began to suspect that he out. I'll ask Tweedledum and Twee- are you doing here? thought I Moby's job. Apply to Moby. He's clears STOMACH bowels GAS in less almost than two at hours.once. It often griping

was being played for a sucker dledee." These were his names for discharged you, Mr. Dickstein." the little fixer. So I shook you upa no after effects, just quick ;1:0 Jttao
which, to his proud spirit, was a ommendcd by many doctors for 35 year
than death. He the two secretaries. He steered a "Think again" suggested Moby, debutante society swell; three Sold at all drug store*
fate
worse raged. true course for the door and entering. parts imagination to one part So-
He cursed. He sent for Dick-
Moby marched down the hallway. "I don't have to think again. You cial Register with a dash of BlueBook I
stein and fired him again rehiredhim WNU 7 3- 9I
Moby Dickstein soon reappeared, were discharged at our last confer- And did you licks it up?
re-fired him and
finally told
his face, at least, sober. ence, for-for inefficiency." Gwlugck! Moby made an unpleasant -
him to get out. By the time the
Great Man reconsidering "The staff is packin' up. Ditto for "That's what you think. Well, swallowing sound, worthy uV ?y ,
once more at
the servants. Even the camera crew you're wrong. You can't dischargeme. Glunk's best effort. 6000 Il ,
had shouted "Wait minute
a DRUG
\
(TO BE CONTINUED)
the for-once-resentful Mr. Dickstein is buyin' gas. fTORESuROT

either was out of hearing or pre- "What! exclaimed Marne. "Why, A. Leon Snydacker; looking out- w
tended to be. _, Kemper was to',take some stills of raged and uneasy, tried to puff up. Name Stella Means 'a Star' eoTn[ '
? Your The name Stella, of Latin origin,
The two secretaries were sum- me at four o'clock. "Why can't I discharge you ,
moned to the Presence. They "No can do. He folded his lens contract-" means "a star." It is not, as some- )

found- their chief striding up and like the Arab, and silently stole "Nuts to me contract! You can't times supposed, an abbreviation of }

down with haggard eyes.' away," intoned Moby. discharge me because I discharge Estelle or Estella, but is the true 11tgs % lsedRee

"I'll show her!I" he shouted. "Cut the poetry and come down to myself. I resign." form of the n me. Estelle is the
Gloria. A. Leon Snydacker unpuffed. French form of it, sometimes r Both took it down and then, deciding prose, requested
to scratch it out waited for "Here's prose for--.you. A., Leon's "Resign?" he echoed in a hollow Anglicized into Esteila.





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Theodore Roosevelt was the OUR COMIC SECTION
youngest President of the United Szyi :.

.t. States. He took the oath of :

office at 42.Andrew ). .
'. Jackson slew a man
Sadder
but Not WiserA
:. named Dickinson in a duel I ,
' which was fought because he fool and his money are soot:

w resented remark made concerning parted, but that does not give him
a I
::i r: Mrs. Jackson. 01 I Along the Concrete 10 judgment and discretion.Selfdetermination .

.' \": Thomas Jefferson wrote his is good,
',: \ own epitaph. but self-control is a great deal
more important.It .
Abraham Lincoln, James A.
Garfield and William McKinleywere 'AT'S RIGHT ALL R16NT: \ Would Be Well-
I TELL VUR JEFF-
assassinated. YUR SPEND ALL WEEKWORKIN' If the mind could reject poisonas

r'. John Tyler at his death was TAIN'T NJO USE PATCHINUP \ ON 'ER. AND the stomach frequently does.
,
t. a member-elect of the Confederate TH' BLAMED THINGS A.N SOON'S 'IUH TAKE 'ER, Public opinion is the great-
1 HAD TH' SAME est cork on free speech not
;/, I congress. MORE--- OUT FER A'SPUJ-' ;
.;:. James A. Garfield was lefty -' TROUBLE WITH MIME 7H' any law.Bottles .
handed. BIKJGOSUE'S\ : Ot-J TH'BLINK you have forgotten the
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. '. MORE SHE BUST cine chest like keys on your key-

ON ME ring. ,

It's Early Worm That 4 Useless 'by ItselfA

Get the ,Bird's SmileJohn /4.//// /,7///ff pen is mightier than the .
: 1iiT sword, but it needs two aids:

and his twin brother ,, / brains and ink. '

had been .Pope said, "Man is the glory,
George paying a greatS '
deal of attention to the very pretty / : ; jest and riddle of the world;" but
T it is
likely to be
girl at the dance. And at last John who is each. a different one

managed to get her to himself for
> History repeats itself
a few minutes: ,. par-
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"Mary," he earnestly, uev.i history.
When you see a man doing his
i morning are my first
ery you
very best, get out of his
way.
thought. / fIIIIIII Ill Illi The world is full of time. Use
:r Mary looked up at him. I l it. An auto accident
;; "George says so, too," she mur- in can happen
two seconds.
mured. i % t tr ID

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,.. up an hour before he does.". II "

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smile. Soreness Due To COLDS

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THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 1039
h'AtE EIGHT

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And you have fun-but, aren't one is invited. I I 'j 1 .1
Lock May
St. Lucie too gay I ,Dr. C. M. Brittain, state executive IS YOUR, SUBSCRIPTON PAID? i
READ THE AD$
If you can fill a study: hall with secretary of the Florida Baptist I

Soon Be AdvertisedThe 45 minutes distance run I I Convention was visitor in ,Clew Along With the News .
Your's is the earth and all that's 1I iston last week where he called on ._ _
In it- J Rev. Mines and inspected the Clew-,
now lock: to be constructed I I And what is more, you'll be a I I iston church. He was greatly pleased -
in the St. Lucie; Canal by the U. S'I
which has been held up man, my son.IIOXOR with the progress that has been I" LEGAL NOTICES
Engineers
made on the building and offeredhis
for several months for various Good Farm'Land
I ROLL heartiest congratulations on tho
changes in plan requested by the ,
program of work that is being car-
chief of army engineres has now First grade-Semester: Lionel ried
been approved by the chief of qn- Volney Robbins, Muriel on. NOTICE OF ANNUAl l\1J ETINr. Ot
Beatty,
!1 Rev. W. L. Head, who conducted UANJO\\'NEH or SUOAIU..ANU
gincers and it is believed that there Golden, Maureen Johnson. evangelistic meetings here in Clew- DRAINAGE DISTRICT.
will be few, if further holdupsto I
any Harry
'First grade-Monthly:
iston recently and who organized Notice is hereby given that, pursu-
its being advertised for bids. Vaughn, Gene Land, Volney Rob-I''the Clewiston Baptist church'will ant to call of the Board of Super for Rent
Carawan Nelson, In charge of the bins, Bobby Smith, Shirley Ben-i visors of Sugarland Drainage District
revival in the
conduct a meeting tho annual meeting of the landowners
U. S. Engineer sub-office at Clew- bow, Ann Prewitt, Maureen John-]I First Baptist Church of Belle Glade of Sugarland Drainage District for
,
iston stated this week that in his I the year 1939 will be held at the
son. I I beginning the (first week ,In Febru office of said District, in the City
opinion the lock would be adver-j Second grade-Monthly: Shirley!, His Clewiston friends flail Building at Clewiston, Hendry .. '
ary. many ...
about March and that con- bounty, Florida, on Tuesday, January '
tised Davis
Hanna Jack ,
Owen, Bobby :I will be glad to know of this and 31, 1939, at ten o'clock A. M. Eastern
struction would be started before Corrine VonMach, Christine Espcn- Standard Time, for the purposes of:
it is hoped that will planto
many
summer. zIt [ laub, Charles Miner, Gene Bledsoe. I, visit the services there. term 1. Electing of three years.one supervisor for a
is likely that the greater part I Third grade-Monthly: Clifford 1 2. Receiving annual reports and tak- .
of the rivers and harbors appropri- Beatty, Carline Bernter! Barbara i ng such action with respect theretoas TrespassersWill
ST. MARGARET'S CHURCH the landowners determine: :and
ation for this project for new con- Bruce, Mary Kathryn Dyess, Lil- 3. Transacting such other businessas Be
struction will be used on this lock I lian Golden, Junior Martinez, Jack ; Fr. Lawrence J. Flynn, pastor may come before the meeting.

but ':iIr.elson stated that this Martinez, ,Oliver Martinez, Dude OK BOARD SUGARLAND OF SUPERVISORS ProsecutedClewiston
I DRAIN-
was not a hold-up and that the I Smith, Shirley Krueger, Betty Jean I Next Sunday, the third' after Epiphany AGE DISTRICT. I

work could proceed before the appropriation Moody, Kim Kolstad. i Mass in this church will be I By: F. Deane Duff I

was made with funds Third grade-Semester: Clifford i at eight o'clock, followed by the Dated: January President.11, 1939.

already available.The I Beatty, Kim Kolstad, Junior, Oliver -I' late Mass In Saint Mary's Church,, I (D.-N. Jan. 13, 20, 1939.) I r
Pahokee, at ten-thirty o'clock.
of this appropriation -
portion
; and Jack Martinez, Dude Smith, .
asked for maintenance will Carline Berner, Barbara Bruce, Confessions are heard every

be used in the new, work on the Mary Kathryn Dyess, Lillian Golden -i Saturday evening from 7:30 until I'N THE CIKCUIT COURT HENDRY
East shore levee, for payment of Betty Jean Moody. 8:30: and before Sunday Masses COUNTY, FLORIDA I
lock-tenders and other workers, At other times by request NOTICE Realty And
Fourth grade-1st month: Gloria -: Notice is hereby given that the
and for maintenance of existing I During the illness of Mrs. Bournethe undersigned will on the 7th day of
Carmouche, Ruth Emrich Mary
February A. D. 1939 apply to tha '
channels and levees in the project Ruth Johnson, Louise Prewitt. music is in charge of Miss Judge of the above styled Court for DevelopmentCorporation
according to Mr. Nelson, the larger I Juliana Oglesby. Mass servers for an order adopting to the undersigned "
,Fourth grade- second month: I the following minor Children Viz
Bourne
next Sunday are Hervey
part of this being the extensive
Clarence Stiles, Harriette Alston, Larry Arthur Davis age 4 years and I
revetment work being done on the and Edward VonMach. Robert Morris Davis age 1 and > :
Gloria/ Carmouche, Jo Ann Crouch, ,
Devotions in honor of Our Ladyof years.
east shore levee. Here the dredge \
J. L. Brantley I
Ruth Emrich, Mary Ruth Johnson,
Welatka is raising the levee three Perpetual Help are conducted Mrs. J. L. (Rebeca) Brantley.
Louise Prewitt, Mary Louise Thomas at C.N.-Jan. 6, 13, 20. 27, Feb. 3.
Friday evening seven-
feet from a point just south of Port every
Nancy Wright.
thirty o'clock. ------------
:Mayaca to Hurricane Gate No. 5
at Canal Point and from that point Fourth grade- third month: Servers for next Friday are Edward -

to Bacom Point it will be'' raised Clarence- Stiles, Harriette Alston, Bourne and Dick Schifflf.I .

five feet. From that elevation 34 Gloria Carmouche, ;Jo Ann Crouch, Religious Instruction Class for

and 36 feet the slope is being built Ruth Emrich, June Espenlaub, Mary I: the children is conducted on Satur- 9ft about time totemind

lakeward one to six to an elevationof Ruth Johnson, Mary Louise Thomas day mornings by the pastor. The VINC S '

about twenty-one and then for Nancy Wright and Eloise Welch. parents are to be congratulatedfor

some two hundred and fifty. feet Fourth grade.-fourth month: their fine spirit of cooperation you.... O INVS1MN1

into the lake is almost a flat beach Harriette Alston, Jo Ann Crouch, in having the children present at 1

and all of the material pumped in Ruth Emrich, June Espenlaub) these important classes. Every week

is solid rock. This is an averagefill Mary Ruth Johnson, Janice Norton, thus far has been marked by one< r.G9

with rock of about six feet Louise Prewitt, Mary Louise Thomas hundred percent attendance. rfooo. :

and ,is designed to prevent erosionby Nancy Wright, Eloise Welch, There will be.a. special meetin g ,
wave action across the open Clarence Stiles and Raymond Trice. of the altar boys immediately afte Cf C4pQr

lake. Fifth grade- Monthly: Nora the instruction period Saturcla; .

Oglesby, Wanda Jean Shelter, Jean morning.

Auger, Joan Walker: Jim Moody, YOU can't afford to .
Independent Growers Week-day Mass each morning al t procrastinatemuch
David Belcher, Emily Joyce Bul-
7:30 o'clock.Neat .
len. I longer in starting to save ae
Now Cutting CaneMoore Study Club meeting will b<
Fifth David of income..and invest
; grade-Semester
: portion your
conducted on Friday evening, Jan (

Belcher, Joan V'alker, Jean Auger, ,uary 27th, after services. 0003 Ra i it wisely... during your productive "
( Haven Democrat) Nora Oglesby, Wanda Jean Shelfer,
County Judge James M. Couse Jim Moody and Emily Joyce Bul- I Sunday's sermon "The Power 0Faith" e O\'J\ ; years. The slog n/"Save and Have" Y
refutation
the first harvest of will be a of *
began sugar len. sw
cane from a forty acre field near Sixth Sue Von-I worldly skepticism which has en: ES \ maybe old-fashioned, but the sensible
grade-Monthly:
Hooker's Point, east of Clewiston, Mach, Christine Redish, Parmelia snarled so many good people today e cSS people that follow. i it are theo
,The general public, irrespectivof
The harvest of
Tuesday morning.- Bourne, Marilyn Davis, Betty Mc- \\ happy ones meet. We'll gladly
the entire field is expected to be creed, is not only welcome, bu' s. A you
Duffie, Lewis Blount, Nick Schif-
completed this week and is being invited to attend this church. .." help with time-tried safe
fli, Richard Hanna, Willie Smith ,.. you our ,
sold, under contract, at the sugar On Thursday, January 26th, un
and Martin Waldron.
i and profitable savings plans.
house of the United States Sugar der the sponsorship of the Alta
High School Honor Roll
Corporation in Clewiston.Mr. I Seventh Marianne Society of Saint Mary's'Ch urch, Pa "
grade-Monthly: -
Couse has estimated the yieldat Jones. Semester, Marianne hokee, a fine spaghetti supper wil! l -
about 38 tons to the acre witha served .a't the Women's Club i ii

sucrose content of about 14.5 %. Jones. 4 lbe. Glade, beginning at six o', Clewiston Federal Savings
Eighth grade Monthly: Gloria
J. E. Frierson, who began the clock. The admission_ price is fort;
McDuffic, Ann Pafford, Elbert
harvest of his sixty acres in De- I cents for adults and twenty-fiv<.
Hooker. Semester Gloria McDuffie
cember, taking off approximatelyhalf and Ann Pafford.: cents for children, and the genera:! and Loan Association (
of it at that time by agree- public is cordially invited to at-
ment, is also cutting the remainderof Ninth grade- Monthly: Mary tend. A good meal is promised to al I
Johnson. Semester None.
his field this week. No estimate : who are present. Tickets can b has been made of the yield or sucrose Tenth grade-Monthly: Renee obtained in Clewiston from Mrs C N:M:**JM:M:M N:N:N:M:N I..J.*:N J N I.:I..J..J N J N J..JwJ N JMJ N J N J N J N JwI N J N J N:N:N:..:N..N N:..:.ti N N:N:N:N:N:..:..:N N.

- content of the cane from this Wethington.ington. Semester, Renee Weth- George Yon. Father Flynn, pasto; :: ::

field but the cane is as fine as of the local Catholic Church, is als<() .

may ,be found anywhere.R. Eleventh grade-Monthly: Flor- pastor "of the Pahokee Catholic .!. NO'TICE .'i.:.

E. Kurtz and John Tiedtkeare ence Graham. Semester, Edythe Church, and he has extended II L Xl

continuing the harvest of cane Cornette and Florence Graham. special invitation to all his Clew l :.f: I will be at the places named and :=:
Twelfth
from their large acreage in the grade- Monthly: Ber- iston friends to buy a ticket and

eastern portion of the 'county and nice Guthrie, LeRoy Hare and Roberta be present at the Women's Clul) dated below for the purpose of receiving, :: -l
other of the independent growersin Spicer. Semester, Bernice in Belle Glade. ..

Hendry and Palm Beach countiesare Guthrie, George Smith, LeRoy Hare, :: Real Estate, Personal and Intangible Pro-f:

.... also harvesting at this time.I Roberta Spicer and Bill Owen. Okeechobeo I II
I :;: perty, Tax Returns for the year 1939. ::

School News- Church News- By, the glimmering Okeechobee, .
Please meet me with a correct descripi:i:
In the silver of. tho moon.

Continued From Or sparkling, rippling waters, :* tion of all property owned by you, or :::
( Page 4) (Continued From Page 5) In the brightness of the moon. I

and Volney Robbins. Sunday ''School, 9:45 a.' m., :B. I I :.- as ..i.y
E. Herring, Supt. y
Waters Okeechobee
"Big ,
School Garden Club Morning Worship 11:00. Ser- Crystal waters of the sun, ::;:: The Law requires Home owners to ::

Holds First MeetingBy mon by the Pastor.:: Shimmering, dancing, fairy nymphs =i: for Homestead I have :_:
( Ann Pafford) B." Y.P.. U. 6:15 p. m., V. C. Calling, laughing, just for fun: _: apply Exemptions. _: )
The School Garden Club held Woodward, Director. ': :2':' :: l
first the blanks and will be glad to assist in :_:
its official meeting on Thurs-. Evening Preaching 730: p. m. Sawgrass by your side, Okeechobee

day, January 19.! Sermon by the Pastor. Lokosee comes down to drink: I :.;:. filling them out. .:;.=
Mrs. Vaughn is the leader with Midweek Service Wednes- : :
every Black bass and bream slip through
Miss Whitten : : Ft. Denaud (Duval's Store) Mon. A. M. "
assisting.The day at 7:30 p. m. And frogs play on your brink :;: :;:
Clewiston Realty and De- : \ .:
Jan 30.
velopment Corporation has been Sermon topics for Sunday: 11:00a. You echo laughing shouts, :0;i.: ...;
kind enough to plan, mow and prepare m. "Are We Maniacs?", 7:30p. And sail the frail canoe. ;
1 I :: Felda (Arthur Wells Store) Tues. A. .M. ::
:
the I :
triangular section to the m. "Putting God to the Test". You feed the heron and her chicks;I ;

south of the school to be used as This is "Church Loyalty Day" This song is sung to you. I..i"; Jan. 31.Clewiston. .;.
.
the school garden. We plan to and we" are counting on a great ": h.' I

form the words, "Clewiston SchoolGarden' attendance.' Two, good messages anda By the glimmering Okeechobee, :v:: (City ,Hall) Thurs. A. M. :;: I

'out of shrubs along the splendid program planned for In the silver' of the moon, .;. .;.
edges of the .. Feb. 2. ..
plot.
Sunday. Let's get together and Or sparkling, rippling waters, : .t.v
There were eighteen students pledge our loyalty for the New In the brightness of the moonA y
present at the meeting and the fol- Year. := Hookers Point (Nalls Store) Thurs. 3:

lowing officers were elected: Flor- I The B. 'Y. P... ,U. this week will call to you; please answer, .:. P. M. Feb. 3. ..
ence Graham, president, Maxine "' .;.
be
conducted by the new officers O waters of the sun, :

ford Doty,, secretary vice-president and treasurer and Ann: Paf elected Woman's last Sunday.The Missionary. Society Either rippling, shimmering, laughing .. =:i:: LaBelle. Feb. 6th and thereafter. :;:

----.-- meets on Tuesday afternoon at Or answering just for fun.
PARODY: OX "11""" three-thirty o'clock at the church.All (In Jax Times-Union.) '_' DENNIS SMALL

., (With apologies to Kipling) ladies are cordially invited to =. ,
(By Marie Robbins) attend. v hIv

If you can make an "A" in. all your Choir practice at the church One Big of Tree Georgia's'rarest Grows in Georgia botanical :i: Assessor of Taxes ..;..

And studies be on time for school each Tuesday The prayer evening meeting at 7:30.this week wood specimens, from is a California big sequoia, which, or>> red is I :;: Hendry County." ':; I :;:

day i I will be held on Wednesday evening o growing in He. city ccne'erv' atMjJedgevil1 ":: :;:

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