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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: January 12, 1940
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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VOLUME 14; NUMBER 5 / eLE\ ISTN, FLORIDA, 1"IIlDAY.JANUA 12, SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 PER YEAR i
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:.t't1: t4:: ,' States general Sugar Corporation manager of announced United

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and service building,. would

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; r;:' : r's; proof construction and' the main

) office building will be air-condi

; tioned throughout. The cost of the

; : ;: Conception Of New $140,000 Administration lding structures, including ,lighting fix-
{ : ; tures, air-conditioning units, etc.,

"'. u is estimated at $140,000.Bids .

for the construction were

: NINE MEN REPORTED I NEW CONSTRUCTION opened in the offices of the corpora-
Commission Approves INJURED IN EXPLOSIONJust tion here Wednesday afternoon at

2:00 p m. and W. G.. Mangham
ase go to press we
DURING 1939 GOES Miami. contractor, 'submitted the
learn of an explosion on the East
Of Utilities
Purchase low bid of $133,970. The American
:j Shore levee contract of the
Contracting Company ot Clewistonwas
Animlel Corporation which sent
" OVER $150,000 MARK ,second high at $144,900
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nine men to the hospital. The
Chalker and Lund, West Palm
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I II extent of their Injuries was ,not
At'the meeting of the
regular Hurd L. Reeves Is Beach, third with $147,900 and
known but.. believed serious.
was
City Commission on Tuesday, Jan New construction in Clewiston Smith and Yetter of Palm Beach

uary 2, the city was offered the Census EnumeratorCaptain The men are said to have been during the past year amounted to I fourth with 148500. Five other
members of the crew of drill
opportunity of buying the water 1 more than $150,000 according to bids were received. Award of the'
barge No. ft of the Arundel
and electric systems of Clewistonfor ? a survey made last week. contract was help up until the
Corporation and the explosionwas
$125,000.00 payable with Hurd L. Reeves, of Felda, About one-third of this construc- bids could be checked and the con-
believed to have occured
25-year, five per cent revenue bondsto who was recently appointed census tion is new homes and apartments, tract will be awarded, accordingto
when the dl'ill.bit struck
a
be paid solely from the revenue enumerator for. Hendry county, was dynamite charge which had failed ranging in price from $3,000 to Mr. Moran, in the next two
of the utilities. in Clewiston the first of the week days.J"he.
.;.......,.. ,. to go off In a former blast. $4,500 and substantially constructed. -
:- : The purchase these".utilities ',arranglng.for the beginning, of-his, -'Two.\ holes" were' 'sad'to'hat' been' .__. Most. of these .,horoes ,and ,. ,new ofic..buiJding:, :wilL. be,
v had been 'previously: discussed, by task' in this, section. drilled and charged before the apartments are rented before com- situated centrally in the block
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the Commission and it was decided 'I Captain Reeves states that he explosion cam pletion and although the buildinghas directly in front of the present

at that time to have the property will spend next week in Clewistonin The Arundel Corporation is' gone forward rapidly; it has administration building and'' will

appraised by a nationally known connection with the enumerationof contractor on the levee strength- failed to keep pace with the de- face eastward toward Civic Center

and disinterested ,appraisal expert. I our population and asks that ening project near Pahokee. mand. Park. The buildings and groundswill

Negotiations were conducted and all business places co-operate ,by The ,largest item construction. occupy the entire block. ,

Day and Zimmerman, Inc., a firm having all reports on their busi- was the Townsite Village erectedby A tropical ''British Colonial design

of engineers and appraisers of ness available for him at that time. POSTAL RECEIPTSUP the United States Sugar Corporation to conform to the new ClewistonInn

Philadelphia was employed.The Several items of routine informa- near' the new colored hospital.' was chosen by the architect

firm's engineers made a detailed tion are required by the census A large commissary, a recreationhall L. Phillips Clarke of West Palm

investigation of the proper- laws, and are used by the govern- 13 PER CENT seating 400, 'a commissary Beach who was also the architectfor

ties and have filed ,their report with ment as a guide to general con- manager's and foreman's cottages, the Clewiston Inn., The- two

4 the City in which they certify that ditions over the country. The twenty single and 34 double houses'for buildings will face ,each other acrosv

u '. the estimated cost of reproduction, census information is never givento FOR PAST YEARPostmaster laborers' families and a numberof the city park. An old red brick

less accrued depreciation at $123- any taxing ,authority and Cap- incidental buildings made this exterior with white trim was speci-

540.00 for the water system and tain Reeves will appreciate the 1 item run to more than $50,000. fied by the architect and is expected -

$49,911 for the electric system or assistance of Clewiston people in A. W. Sias>- after to add greatly to the dignity of
Gideon Brown and W. D., King
a total 'present value of $173,451.00. making the census as complete and checking the business for' the final I the completed buildings which will j
started off the construction of 'new
Their detailed report has been filed accurate as, possible. quarter of 1939 following an unprecedented be easily the most attractive struc-
i I Ir I bungalows, their homes costing
at the City-: Hall and may be ex- I r Christmas rush announced tures In the Everglades section.
about $3,000 each. The Clewiston
amined by anyone interested.It that the postal receipts for 1939 The garage and service building
Mayor Duff Talks I I Realty and Development Corporation -
was the unanimous opinion of were thirteen per cent greater thanin next built four new houses ata will be located "far enough back

the City Commission that the 1938. from the main office building thata
1 To Kiwanis On cost of'about $3500 each, two
purchase of these properties for This increase was spread about of wood siding and two' of stucco. I I wide driveway may be constructed -

$125,000.00 without any cash, with the same over the, entire year with from the. highway on the south
in
Hubert Land's new home cost )
55 revenue bonds (not general city City DevelopmentMayor each separate quarter's businessfor the neighborhood' of $4,000, Wilbur I I northward between the buildings

bonds) and on a 5 per cent, interest, 1939 showing greater than the Montgomery's about $2500 and the to Pasadena Avenue. The garage
corresponding quarter for the will provide' for twentysixcars
basis would pre-
be an excellent deal space
F. Deane Duff was the homes of Mrs. Josephine Knight '
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for the City and so recommendedit vious year. The totals for the I and these spaces will be reserved -
Wednesday Wilson about and
guest speaker at the regular and R. C. $4,000
to the freeholders. two years, were: 1938, $9,777.58; 'for office personnel., No
i night meeting of the Kiwanis $4500. Royal Lumber Companyhas
1939, $11,090.45.The driveways will be constructed to
It was agreed that the registration Club at the Inn and made a most also erected two new bungalows
March quarter for 1938 the ,front of the building from
/ books would be opened and interesting talk on the developmentof which are still not quite completedat
showed the Ponce De Leon Avenue, awide
every effort made to. get the qualified I Clewiston and the healthy con I $2,445.69 against a cost of about $3,000 each.T. .
I i 2917.16 for the same quarter ,in concrete walkway being providedfor
voters to register and that an I dition of the city at the present B. Shelley, E. E. Kelly, Jack
election 1939; the June quarter for the visitors to approach the building
would be called to vote on' and Geo. 'Yon have built
this time.Mr. first year was $2,007.97 against Seigler from the street. <*
proposed purchase at the Duff that he to each costing between
said duplexes
came
"- main feature of the office
\ earliest possible, date which 'would I' $2,440.50 for the 'past year; Sep- The
Clewiston in 1922 and named a $4,000 and $5,000-
tember quarter, 1938 was $2,061.63against building will be a two-story colon- ;
probably be about March 1.
1 number the' Etherton built five tourist
of business Glen
principal on' both the front and
$2,163.59 in 1939 and the ial type porch
blocks at this time which cabins his Sugarland Service
were near
:'December quarter for 1938 was I rear. The main entrance will be
Cocktail Lounge under water then. In 1928 he I $3,262.29 against the $3,515.20 Station and moved in and rebuilt located in the exact center of the

was manager of the Clewiston. Com- business shown in the quarter recently (Continued on page five) I porch which will feature a balcony

," Added At Inn pany and at that time there were closed. above with a decorative wroughtiron .
\ only about three four trees in
or More than three thousand more Jackson Dance railing.As .
the community aside from the ridge Day
money orders were issued in 1939 has been its custom, United
The newest addition to the Clew- sectibn and the first things
: among than in the previous year, the Sale Here States Sugar Corporation Is sparing
iston Inn is a cocktail lounge, which the company decided upon was to totals being 19,246 and 16,108. Tickets On no expense in giving to its execu-.
has been recently opened in the plant at least five hundred trees a '
the
The amount for the past year was tives and employees most up-toj
., northwest corner of the first floor- month until a good growth of shade facilities for their
$165,591.03 and in 1938 was $149- Mayor F. Deane Duff, as chair- date comfort and
,the room formerly. occupied by the trees could be obtained. Another
These
671.40.An convenience. new buildingswill
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Celebrations
,. man of the Jackson: Day -
beauty shoppe. early decision that the colored
was
be the last word In
increase in postal receipts is in Hendry county stated this buildingsof
'..'. The lounge has been attractively section should be located outside I' the best indication of a community's'growth week that he had received a bookof this type. \
the
furnished in coral and apple green. city. and as Clewiston has continued tickets which would be placedon The buildings have been especially -

The bar is of birds' eye cypress to He reviewed the progress of the to grow each year so has sale at once. designed to meet the increasing

match the lobby and the tables and city from then to the present time the post-office business increased Dinners are held in many localities 'needs of United States Sugar Corp-

5- 5 other furniture are modern pieces and gave a detailed account of the each year until the office was put but here it has been the customto oration.

of chromium and leather construc many free services which were be-. on a second: class rating last July. sell tickets to a dance to be The buildings will be absolutely

tion, Numerous mirrors on the ing. furnished to homeowners suchas given in some centrally located fire-proof with reinforced concrete

walls and'the large windows givea garbage disposal, street light-: Florida Is given a bit of splendid place, usually West' Palm Beach. frame, steel roof trusses and rein-

spacious feeling to the room. Ing, police protection, sidewalk publicity in a new travel folder The proceeds are used to help defray forced concrete floor construction.
.,' The beauty shop has been clearance, street grading, etc., and
moved issued by the Illinois Central Rail- the expense of the Democratic Metal base metal door jams and -
to a central location on the first pointed out that homestead exemp- road Company. This folder is a Party.Mr.. double-hung steel windows will be

floor and redecorated with a schemeof tion had made it possible for the beautiful two-color job and Is titled Duff has just 'completed the a few' of the items incorporated in

yellow and green. Mrs. Sadie homeowners to secure this varied "Sunny Florida for Health, Happiness sale of Christmas seals for Hendry the ,plans. The floors generallywll

Young, who has been in charge oft service at no cost whatever. He explained and Fun This Winter". It is county and reports the receipts ot, be of oak blocks. Ceilings in

the shop since Its opening 'has re- that the city has no bond- filled with attractive pictures of 148.00 from sales through Wed- most Instances will be covered with

cently left to join her husband in ed indebtedness and that eightyper various Florida winter attractionsand nesday of this week, a few dollars acoustical tile to reduce noise.

Kansas City. Miss Hazel Prince 'cent of the taxes being paid'in of course, it mentions the less than last year's sales but witha The entrance lobby is to have

remains lr.: the, shop and a new the community are paid by the Illinois Central's two Florida-bound few outstanding accounts the paneled walls of black figured

operator Is coming soon to replace Clewiston Realty and Development trains, the Floridan and the amount Is expected to equal or cypress polished to a dull sheen

Mrs. :Young.,. !S._ .. .,_,-_,,____."-- ._ .(Continued on Faze JO), Seminole, ______ _. __''''', exceed !last year's figure, ,___ __. .(Continued on Page 10)I ,
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Radio' Sound Men Fool Public I QUICK"I\I.


With Noise
Strange Gadgets Sm..1. ra....... '
ADVENTURERS' CLUB
THE AMERICAN SPIRIT
"DADIO'S demand for sound. effects that make a storm or police raid

-* sound real to millions of, listeners has created a new profession !
HEADLINES FROM THE LIVES oj J F EVERY citizen will cease to look:
sound effects men who, on a moment's notice, can fill any request-no to Washington in his moment of
OF PEOPLE LIKE YOURSELFI. I matter how :razy-from a producer. Harry Saz with the National IIroad- stress and strain, and individually as

: casting company at Hollywood, illustrates in these pictures how the sume the responsibility of self-improve t

great deception is accomplished: ment of self-advancement, of self-pres
"A Ride With the Reaper" ervation, I believe the turning point
then may be reached, and from that

way to hav e an adventure is to go on an automo- ar instant we begin again to be a happy, a
WELL-one contented, a prosperous people with
Jeannette E. Lowitt of Arverne, N. Y. Jean- I raised high to eyes
: greet a new day. This is
:" nette's driving would thrill you. It might even paralyze you. the American way, this is the American

.;. Like the old patent medicine ads used to say, it invigorates the creed, this is the American spirit."-

healthy, cures the lame and the halt', and brings the dying back U. S. Representative Albert E. Austin,

': to life.
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Jeannette started out on her adventure without any automo- Garment Bags Made

,bile at all. As a matter of fact, she wasn't even properly equipped '

';' for walking. She didn't have any shoes on. It was a stifling August i:' 55 / ;,// From Odds and Ends

; day in 1930. Even Rockaway Beach was without the slightest
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sign of a breeze. Jeannette was lying down in her room when By RUTH WYETH SPEARS

... suddenly the hot, muggy air was torn by the most piercing ago- "DEAR thought MRS.,you' might SPEARS be interested : I-

:' nizing scream she had ever heard. And from then. on, things hap- It9. in how I made garment bags
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'" pened thick and fast. for each member of my family,

r-r:, Jeannette jumped out of bed and ran to the door. In front almost entirely from things I had
on hand. The foundation of
(', of her house was a crowd of people. In the midst of them was each was made ofinch part board;

i' Mrs. Levin a summer visitor-holding ,a tiny infant in her .f a screw-eye; a hook from a hanger -

i. arms. "My baby! He's dead! she was crying. And as Jeans ; and five small screw hooks

s t" pette sprang down the steps she. heard the frantic, white- :% .c:9YY%y iir,rI i underneath. For the bag, ,I com-
bined muslin flour
;: peed mother explaining that while she had left the child alone for a mine sacks with odds
and ends of cottons
' it had picked up a bottle of camphorated oil] and drank it. figured. and

;' Jeannette Starts Trip to Hospital. BOARD $_, J PIN, BASTE
( When asked to reproduce the sound of a Zp. /z AND STITCH
rl' The baby lay in the woman's arms motionless-stiff. His little .. beating heart, Saz spent hours experiment ZIPPER
';:: eyes bulge and his lips were blue. Without a word Jeannette grabbed Qom a' OPENING ot.
then
ing, decided to the real
k: him and started running-running toward the doctor's office, two blocks try thing. / I
,s, Above: He strips to the waist and applies 1
k: : away. She was still barefooted. The burning sun made her head throb.
it.;;: Perspiration drenched her body. But she sprinted the whole way and a j the microphone to his own heart, getting

:. .. burst into the doctor's office, her heart: pounding madly. a- the desired result. Left: A conquering army

Ir:J The doctor was in his back office, operating on a man's foot. ;'Y i' < invades a city and the marching feet of the !v

t Blood soaked cotton was strewn over the operating table and : military is reproduced with this gadget. .

r{;. more blood'was dripping into a, pail that hung beneath the patient. CUT TURN,
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: "I can't stop," he said. "This man has a hemorrhage. What's
I' : the trouble?" PRESS : ,
k : EDGES OFO'EN1N6 ,
;I \ At that point the child's mother, who had followed closely behind ;t.I OUTSIDE
', Jeannette, came burstLig into the office. "My'baby!" She wailed. "He's
;.; :dead! He's dead!" The doctor dropped .the needle he was holding, trimmed the joinings 'with bias
f 'snatched the child from 'Jeannette's arms ,and ran' into the bathroom tape. I followed your directions in
SEWING Book 2, for initials of
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bias tape to mark,the bags."

::. At the upper left is sketchedthe

'. foundation that this reader
1": used. If a zipper is used for the
I-vvJi A.n N7takae/IK6vcptw.Y'r ixw.':' % +XiwnWihW.4iracatb.3ix nw.lh%nnGkcicG.tvHJF'ifeatn'saw..;
Lt' opening, the 36-inch length is best.
If you put it,in a curved line, you

,'J".. will have a wider opening. Each
:1. step in applying the zipper. in'this
; /\ way is shown here.
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NOTE: The Sewing Basket in i
every thrifty household should
Jr \ contain 'a copy of Mrs. Spears'
lr
/ Y Sewing Book 2, in which she illustrates -
the five standard meth-
pI'.b/ /r Y .iW r r ,rr'L } ods of repairing all kinds of fab
fJ6 rics. Thirty-two pages to delight
every lover of fine handwork. To

Without a word Jeannette grabbed him and started running. ., a +yt. get your copy send 10 cents in coin
.' .y:,,, ,fN: :: to Mrs. Spears, Drawer 10; Bed-

) Opening the hot water faucet in the bathtub he held the baby under it. ford Hills, New York, to cover

A minute passed. There was no sign of life. "Jeannette," he whis- 1::. '\ ? Rain pattering on a tin roof cost.

pered. "He's gone. Look-he's foaming at the mouth. Rush him to ; for the radio lud'ence.. Harry
the hospital. Take my car-it's outside. The key is in the ignition. My
'A : Saz is shown this effect
creating
patient will bleed to death if I leave him." dl d, t v WEARY DESPONDENT
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y .5 by dropping grape seeds
Jeannette picked up the child again. She dashed out into the ,'{, "F'v.,' "
V j from a sprinkling can onto apiece Crying spells, irritable
.. hall and stumbled over the prostrate body of Mrs. Levin, who had a : oj paper. GIRLS! nerves due to functional'monthly"painshouldfind
fainted. She couldn't even hold the child while Jeannette drove to
a real"woman's friend"in E.Pink-
the hospital. How could she manage alone? She rushed to the ham's Vegetable Compound.Lydia Try it!
street-lost a few precious seconds trying to get the baby's
stiff, outstretched arms through the narrow door. With the child Lydia E.PinkhamTsSS. t
: on her lap she lost more valuable time trying to find the starter.
(
She found the starter at last. The motor roared. The car started A Good Mind

She was off-turning the corner and putting on speed-racing down the He that procures his child a
I 'boulevard toward the hospital, at Beach Eighty-fourth street, just over :
mind makes better
good a
the tracks of the Long Island railroad. Below: Here comes the show i' ,' ;;.... pur-
''' chase for him than if he laid out
boat!
Saz blows a riverboat di
There traffic the streets but Jeannette : the for addition to 'his
; was on made good time. She horn and churns box money an .
i did, that is, until she came to the railroad crossing near Hammel sta a of water r former' acres.-Locke.
tion. As she was about to cross, the gateman blew his whistle and with a crank that turns small
'
held up his hand. The crossing gate began to lower. Jeannette screamed wooden paddles. '

"Wait! Let me through!" But the gates kept right on falling.
MOROLUNE .
Jeannette gripped the steering wheel and stepped on the gas. h
The car shot forward. It bumped onto the crossover just under SNOW-WHITE PETROLEUM JELLY
the gates-got',into the middle of the tracks-and stalled!

The gateman cursed. Jeannette jammed her foot vicioiusly dow a'w Above: A thunderstorm over To Be Pitied

on the starter-but the car didn't start. Then, for the first time, Jean B ; the Saz If our inward griefs were seen i/
nette lost her head. They made cars then, with two kinds of gear shift prairies. uses a huge our brows, how many would ion r.-..::
and suddenly she had forgotten which this drum made cf a single piece oj
type was. She sat fumblingwith be pitied who are now envied-! .
the gear lever while, down the tracks, a train was rapidly narrowing % steer hide Metastasio.
the distance between it and the car.

Agony of the Moment Lives With Jane. : L : _

The gateman yelled. ."Get the h- off these tracks." .Jean- : ___
nette paid no attention. He ran over and screamed in her 'car. t- a

A crowd was gathering. Frantically, Jeannette kept trying to isp

start the car, Her teeth were chattering-and she says she'll ,, _
never forget the agony of that moment. < it.rG "
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The gateman had raised the gates half-way. The crowd was 14en'EIi4aled Cheo4 ec .)::::.;,

screaming to her to get out of the car and run. Then, suddenly,

the motor caught. Jeannette jerked the shift lever into what she k L d ,"
thought was first speed.It .

wasn't., It was reverse. The car shot backward with a force : : dS nEW IDEAS
'that made the baby's head strike the steering wheel. It hit with a S? 5
resounding thud and it looked like a catastrophe, but it was just what S : .
the doctor ordered. ADVERTISEMENTSare

The -car shot back off the track, and at the same time, something your guide to modern NEWS living.
They bring you today's
happened to the child. I guess the doctor would have called it regurgi- about the food you eat and the
tation or some other swill sounding word, but in plain Englishwellthe ; a'r clothes you wear, the stores you
baby just chucked up. An avalanche of half digested string beans '" x3'4" ?ft'e ?YF; :rldYrYo-rYf. visit and the home you live in.
and potatoes landed in Jeannette's lap. And along with it came the CAM- 'G"' Factories everywhere are turningout
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PRORATED OIL.A new and interesting products. "

few minutes later in the l.rrtm'4riAdi.nVm..r..a.l:. O And the place to find out about
hospital, Jeannette lay on the floor and J
these new things is right here in
cried hysterically If the doctors while doctors noticed, worked over the baby with a stomach Christmas chimes didn't sound like the real thing over the radio, so Saz this newspaper. Its columns are "i'
pump. even Jeannette, they didn't give any sign Tilled with important messages
of it. The baby was the important one. Jeannette was only the one tried hitting c discarded brake drum with a small hammer. It worked, which you should read.'
who sa"> V, "iis life. and that's what. you hear over the radio each Yuletide.

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'; tickets forgiveness for sin cleansing from

day all unrighteousness, a new birth by
. : ter. It which one enters into a. life of holi- BABY CHICKSORDER
: 4,000 ness.and power.
more Since these true it YOUR CHICKS EARLY for
things are January and February delivery and we-
and a would seem to be almost unneces- will include 10 or more extra chicks per
' an 100. Write at once for detailed informa-
sary to urge God's children to be of tion. :MILFORD HATCHERY, Rockdale.Md. ,
exposure a forgiving spirit. But as Bishop ., Pikesvllle P. O.Strange.

... the Ryle says, "It is a melancholy fact
In that there are few Christian dutiesso
aerial QUICK-FROZEN FOODS A WISE CHOICESee little practiced as that of for- '
to spend ( Recipes Below) giveness. It is sad to see how much Facts

clouds bitterness, unmercifulness, spite,
brown 'Sing a Song' of: Seasons'In until the shrimp are well browned harshness and unkindness there is t LongTimeBcttVcen- ,
,, Serve,hot with tartar sauce. "
among men. Surely these things Highly Taxed Alky
the not too-distant past, we Deep Dish Blueberry Pies. ought not so to be. Compensation Laws
: a song of seasons in food- (Serves 4-5) I. The Extent of Forgiveness (vv.

in the "R" months; fresh 1 package quick-frozen blueberries 21, 22)). Several large American firms,

.,,: in spring and summer; "How long do I have to stand it?" one of which is the F. W. Wool-
,t :. berries in June July, and Au- % cup sugar is the question of the human heart worth company, pay their chief
; and tender turkeys in the fall. % teaspoon salt untouched by the spirit of Christ.. executives only once a"year..
: When the newest method of preserv. 1 tablespoon butter The injustices of life, the offensesof '
foods quick-freezing means Plain pastry fellow against all I ia=5 =an
gestion, our men us,
tongue, season" on most foods at any Combine berries (it is not neces seem to pile up until the burden is When purchased by any organi-
ti tain stomach is of year-fresh berries in Jan- sary to thaw them first),.sugar, salt, about to crush us. What is the an- I zation other than'a hospital or a
k move So oysters in June, and choice and butter. Place in individual bak- swer to man's cry? scientific laboratory; a 55-gallon
ing dishes (with under crust drum of pure alcohol, which sells
't break .p or turkey whenever you no )
The Jews had Three
your .: Cut rounds of pastry, slightly larger an answer. for $15, carries a federal tax of
times is enough. Forgive once, yes.
the than the of the dishes. 235.
tops baking
foods harvested
Quick-frozen
? sure your are Again, yes. But the third time, no. : '
Take Dr. the height of the season, when I Place a round of pastry on each
", :. Syrup flavor and quality ,I baking -dish, and pinch the,pastry to Peter than was double big-hearted that allowance enough to of Florida has a law that forbids a

", derful r, In are at their best; the edge of the dish. Bake in a more He to forgive married'woman to manage a business -
Senna of freezing is done hot oven (450 degrees) for 10 min- mercy. was willing until a court of inquiry has
power not'just' two or three times, but sev-
undigested ri so close to the utes; then reduce the heat (350 degrees I studied and passed upon her com-
be in
times. The point to kept
; in your ; place where the ) and bake about 25 minutes. en petency. Furthermore, she has to
mind however is that whether for-
,/ acidity a'r' food is harvested, longer. I pay the cost of the proceedings.How .
izing times
your giveness means three or seven
distress. caught, or killed, Shortcake Biscuits. times, if there is a limit, it is a mat-
;; ., wakes bowels up to and the cleaning, I'I'o ,(Makes 4 large biscuits),, ter of reckoning, of keeping books, much the lens of a light-
cutting or slicing' house intensifies light is well illus-
1 flour
how much cup and of ultimately bringing down our
:t laxative done so rapidly, that there, is 2 teaspoons baking powder judgment upon the heads of the of- trated by the one in the Navesink .
that chance for the food to lose its % teaspoon salt fenders. I station in New Jersey. This lens
icky and freshness increases ,its 2,400-candlepower
family 2 teaspoons sugar The spirit of Christ swept all of t
ative- Quick-frozen foods are a good tip 2Vz tablespoons butter 'that aside. He said that one should light 3,750 times, or into a 9,000,000 i
druggist the homemaker who values her % milk I candlepower beam, which can be
cup forgive 70 times seven. In other
and her manicures! All the Sift seen at a distance of about 25 "
dry ingredients together. Cut words, Christian forgiveness is to be
'C. preparation ,tasks are done in the butter and add milk'gradually. untiring unlimited to know no .miles. I
the kitchen
freezing duty
; so
If a Turn onto floured board and knead weariness and have no boundaries.A -I
practically cut in half! That for While some states have not yet
wishes gently about 5 seconds. Pat out,
that frosted or quick-frozen I I word of caution is in order at
bles.- and cut into 4 large rounds. Brush passed a workmen's compensationlaw
wise choice when this point. Let no one suppose that
are a you're
with melted butter. Bake in a hot other states have been so lib-
instruction that offenses
By the way you can oven (450 degrees) for about 20 min I lour Lord's means eral that they have granted workmen's -
them for most of the recipes in I I against the law of the land or compensation for such ail-
utes. While the biscuits are still
;i booklet, "Easy Entertaining." warm, split, and spread with softened against the good order of society are ments as flat feet, writer's cramp i
be overlooked and condoned. It
I to
quick-frozen foods to cut down butter. and bedsores::Collier's.' r
work and "Easy Entertaining" relates to the cultivation of a per- rI
E. : give you menus and recipes ,that New-Fashioned Fried Chicken With sonal spirit of forgiveness, the lay- 1 J
practical and different, compa- Cream Gravy. ing aside of revenge, of malice, of
meals are a simple matter! Thaw one quick-frozen chicken retaliation which do not become the Beware Coughs

,. Need Cream Gravy. I enough to separate; cut into pieces Christian.II. .

Drain all but about Vi cup of fat for Sprinkle serving.with salt The Motive.of Forgiveness (vv. from common colds I
To the frying pan. Add ,Vt cup 23-34)).
'.i it muscular takes and blend well. Gradually stir roll and in pepper flour. Melt and Two motives are given in our text, That Hang On !
r need a lei cups of rich milk (or half fat in a heavy the first being that since 'we our- .
and half cream). Cook over selves are daily and hourly'' in needof Creomulsion relieves promptly because
-used flame, stirring constantly, until skillet, having the forgiveness at the merciful hand it goes right to the seat of the '
7 fat % to Vz inch trouble to loosen laden phlegm
germ
gravy thickens. Season with salt v% of God, we should in turn be merciful ,
of the deep. Brown the I Increase secretion and aid nature to
' gestion pepper, if desired. chicken in this turning frequently. toward those who sin against us. soothe and heal raw,tender,inflamed -
Asparagus With Lemon Butter Reduce the heat slightly ,and fry for The second motive is the remem- bronchial mucous membranes.
No matter how medicines
many you
brance that day of judgment is
Sauce.
about 25 minutes fre a
longer, turning have tried tell your druggist to sell
1 package quick-frozen asparagus quently. Remove chicken to a hot to come. There is always a time of you a bottle of Creomulsion with the
Vi cup butter platter.It's. I reckoning ahead even as was the understanding that you are to like
1 tablespoon lemon juice case with these servants. Remem- ,the way it quickly allays the coughor r
Cook quick-frozen asparagus in ber not only what God' has done for you are to have your money back.

water, as directed on the fun to give parties when you and is doing for you, but what CREOMULSIONforCoughsChestCods
Better Drain. Cream butter and I you've a copy of "Easy Enter- you must yet expect Him to do in BronchitisWe
lemon juice gradually. Pour taining" to guide you in every that day of judgment.III. ,
WNU-7 the hot asparagus and serve step-from planning your work to The Importance of Forgiveness -
once. serving a delicious meal. Elea- (v. 35)). Go Together!
''i Red Raspberry Shortcake. nor Howe's cook book "Easy En A man dealing with his fellow man We all of us tend to rise or fall
: A (Serves 4)) tertaining," gives you menus and ,is apt to think that it ,is merely a together. If any set of us goes
, his 1 box (10 ounces) quickfrozenred recipes for' parties of every kind matter between man and man. We down, the whole nation sags a lit-
raspberries (thawed) -from a Valentine luncheon to are not dealing with a straight line tle. If any of us .raise ourselvesa
lk a reception for the bride. Thereare between ourselves and our brother
cup sugar little, then by just so much the
4 tablespoons water suggestions for children's parties (that was Peter's error), but with a nation as a whole is. raised.Theodore -
4 hot shortcake biscuits, split too-parties for 'teen age triangle at whose apex is God Him- I Roosevelt.
/ and buttered groups as well as toddlers. Send self. If I expect God to forgive me,
% cup cream (whipped) 10 cents in coin to "Easy En- I must let that same forgivenessflow
Mix raspberries,with % cup sugar tertaining," care of Eleanor out to my brother. If I deal
r 4 tablespoons water and crush Howe, 919 North Michigan Avenue with him as though God had nothingto
slightly. Let Chicago, Illinois, and add a do with the matter, then I must
These stand Vz hour, t iii copy of. this helpful booklet to, not try to count God's forgivenessinto
of. stirring occasion- R. your kitchen, library. I the picture when I stand in-:

which as a is ally. Spread rasp- C :-d; debted before Him.
Y'' of the berries on lower 'Just Good Food.: Here again we express a word of
the It pain halves of, hot -a-q-y Good food plays such an impor- caution. Let no one suppose that
', kidneys shortcake (.biscuits tant part in the health and happinessof our redemption in Christ is contin-
(, that jury to ; top with upper halves and the family! In this column next gent upon what we do toward our
derst<} additional berries. Garnish with week Eleanor Howe will give you brethren. "For by grace are ye saved
when lion whipped cream. some of her hints on planning and through faith; and that not of your-
,1.,,' French Fried Shrimp. preparing really delicious selves: it is the gift of God; not of IBAROA.l.INSi
tion (Serves 4-5) tricks in making pastry fOOdS-I works, lest any man should boast"
ache, 1 package quick-frozen cooked der and flaky; a hint or on (Eph. 2:8: 9). Nor does the truthof
ziness ness and cleaned shrimp roasting meats to just the proper our lesson mean that we are will save you many a
.. r alt Seasoned crumbs turn; and suggestions for seasoning somehow going to bargain with God, dollar will escape you if
) a Use 1 egg soups and sauces. I trading a bit of our forgiveness toward you fail to read carefully and i
: claim 1 tablespoon water others for His forgiveness of regularly the advertising of
1 \ known. Thaw the shrimp' as directed. Dip Keeping Coffee Fresh us. God is not interested in such local merchants I I
in the seasoned crumbs, then in the Clear coffee keeps bright and transactions. But it does mean that
egg beaten with the water and back fresh a long time when 'necessary, if you cannot or will not forgive, you
in the crumbs. Fry ,in deep fat if placed over scalding (not boiling) may' well consider whether. you area HM THIS PAPERr '
1IIIIIL (380 degrees) for 2 to 3 minutes, or I water but reheated coffee is flat. Christian at all.





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PAGE FOUR THE
CLEWtSTON NEWS
FRIDAY JANUARY 12, 1940:
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The Clewiston News one of the show places of the Herald-an amazing chap when It Ing to those, who, have counted on o. Weekday Mass every morning at

town, and this year It bids fair conies to getting, things done and increased waterway traffic. : 8:00 o'clock. :
to out do itself. She has a perfect keeping '
everybody happy. Duringthe of the the
constructive things of
blanket of small flower plants Devotions in honor of Our Lady ,
In
Published every Friday Clewiston which gala Festival horizon
period, George Is for' Fort
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS have Myers.FortMyers of Perpetual Help are conducted .
come volunteers in
up as if
just about as busy six :
headedcat News
Inc. as a Press. '
Friday evenings at 8 o'clock, followed
beds that were planted last I
year. with a bowl of ,milk, but he takes
I There by Benediction of the. Most,
are petunias, phlox, California -
everything In his stride BAPTIST
CHURCHRev.
KBATHLEY BOWDKX. Editor seldom gets Blessed Sacrament.
poppies and others In this excited, and whether it Is a matter ., H. G. McLeroy, Pastor I
i lot, and Mrs. Spicer Is 'generously :I of wrestlin' with the budget boarconductin' Religious Instruction Class for
Entered as second class mail matter giving the plants to anyone who I children Saturday morning at nine
February 1. 1927 at the Post Office In or the queen contest, he Sunday school every Sunday 9:45a.
here in
will Clewiston
put them. out and for and after Sunday
care
+ Clewiston, Florida, under the Act of always seems perfectly at ease and, m. B. E. Herring, Supt.
March 3, 1897.SUIIUfptJOD. them. If you want some, stop by Mass' In Pahokee. I
like the well known Marines, alwaySseems Morning worship at 11 a. m.
and get some, and if you happennot : The Mass schedule of Pahokee is
to have the
situation "wellIn sermon by pastor. .
to want any, stop by in a few 10:30
Rate $:.00 Per Year. hand." every Sunday, excepting the I
weeks and look the garden over. j, Baptist Training Union, 6:15, last Sunday of the month, when
i Advertising Ratca On Application. It is lovely now and will be a real j Tourists and winter visitors In Arch Hodges, Supt. Mass is at eight o'clock. The pub I

thing_ of beauty in a few weeks. Florida at this' season should be Evening worship 7:30 sermon by lie, regardless of religious belief, I

I Devoted to the advancement and wel- Another yard and garden that is making plans .now to spend the pastor. is always welcome in this church.

l I fare of Clewiston and Hendry County. truly beautiful is that of Mrs. week of January 22-27 In Winter The Sunbeams will meet Monday !

I I Bradnack on the government res- Haven, for every: day through this afternoon at 3:30 at the church- COMMUNITY: CHURCH, '

ervation. Mrs. Bradnack has so period is crowded with events of unusual Mrs. Herman Davis, leader.
Ground is
not yet broken but
we're planned her shrubbery that she has interest; parades, the great The Junior' G. A.'s will meet on Bible School meets at 9:45: a. 'm.
already proud of the
Administration Building. new a great deal of bright colors in I I Coronation, Ceremony, daily; enter- Monday afternoon at 3:30 at the B. C. Flanniken, superintendent.W. .

them now, at a time of year when tainment programs ,with headliners home of Mrs. Arch Hodges. ., C. Wright or Indiana will

School is again underway and there aren't many showy plants in performing each afternoon and I The Intermediate G. A.'s will be the guest teacher ,of the Bible

j teachers and pupils are seeking to bloom. Give a little thought to I I evening, and the amazing exhibitionof meet on Monday same time with Class.

get down to serious work again her yard and see what a difference citrus fruit and citrus products, Mrs. McLeroy. I Worship hour-11 a. m. to 12

after a pleasant vacation. planning makes. I I all will afford countless hours of During the Evening worship I I m., J. E. Beardsley, choir director L

The Clewiston Inn garden ',will !I pleasure: and enjoyment period the church will observe theLord's and Mrs. J. H. Doty, pianist. I

Clewiston bowlers are gradually really be the subject of a separate I! Then Winter Haven''; is an excellent supper.In The Christian Endeavor meeting

working toward that perfect mark. story in the near future. There I i central point from which to the absence of the pastor who 7:30 p. m. Monday, Louise Holl-

Bill Martin rolled a 242 in the will be some of the most unusual f; visit Bok Tower at L'ako''Vales., wll be in Lakeland attending the Ingsworth program leader and Lee

week just closed. and exotic flowers there this year I famed Cypress Gardens the Waverly Baptist' State Convention Herman Pridgen president. '-

i that have ever been grown in Clew-// Fruit Packing plant and other Davis will conduct, the mid-week The newly elected officers of the 1

Postal receipts up 13 per cent iston, and we think you'll points of Interest. Hotel accommo- prayer meeting.We Society will be installed: at this 1

in the year just closed. And Clew- Interested in them. With a new dations are excellent and rates are wish, to call the public's attention service. They are Lee ''Pridgen, !,

iston may safely claim the same cocktail room, a new heating system: moderate, while up-to-date touristi to the fact that Sunday president; Louise Hollingsworth,

growth or more during the year. and the garden, the Inn is keeping i J camps and trailer parks invite the I I January 14th is he day we are to vice-president; Betty Spicer, sec

pace with the amazing growth of motorist who prefers this type of ac- complete the payment of our pledges !, retary-treasurer, and Maxine Doty,
'
The census is on for 1940. Get the town.If I comodation. on our stucco project. Let us' corresponding secretary. '
complete the task by paying our There will be a meeting of the
to i
ready answer a lot of questions ;. you are of a more prosaic turn 'Determined
when the enumerator comes around, of mind, you'll be interested In to make this year'sevent pledges.ST. Lake Union at Lake Harbor, Tues-
the greatest ever,. Festival of-
some of which may, be a little em- noting that the vegetables have day evening at 7:30.:
ficials and citrus leaders are cooperating MARGARET'S CATHOLIC KENT PENDLETON,
barressing.The had a nice time of it this year.
I as never before. Packers CHURCHRev. Minister.
Growing conditions have been very t1
and shippers are vieing with each Lawrence J. Flynn, Pastor 'I
Clewiston water and electric favorable, despite a dry period, and
i other in the preparation of UnitedStates
gorgeous Factory Payrolls in the
plants may soon become the proper- in addition to the beans, peppers,
displays which will draw many a Mass 'each Sunday'morning at closely follow the trend of
.;i ty of the city and be operated as peas and tomatoes, which are
municipal plants if the freeholdersvote grown commercially, local gardensare I gasp from the amazed tourist. S o'clock, excepting the last Sun- Gross Farm Income, To increase

yes at the coming election. :A yielding their owners beets, I Havenites, catching the :spirit of the day of the month when the time is factory payrolls increase, farm in-
i thing, are planning to decorate their 10:30.( come. To'increase farm income let
municipally owned plant in Clew- carrots, broccoli, endive, lettuce, I '
I city from stem to stern and make Confessions are heard every Sat, Congress remove all limitations and
iston, will, in a few years, mean a radishes, romaine, onions, collards,
: tax free community. cauliflower, Chinese cabbage, turnips, I the visitor welcome. urday evening from 7:30: until 8:30 restrictions on production of non-

I, mustard, and, other vegetables. Last but not least, plans for the and before all the Masses. surplus crops, such as sugar.

A NEW OFFICE BUILDING annual "Press Breakfast" are well .
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Despite the-restrictions and I .;N..N..N..N.N..N..M..N..N N....N..N...:..N....N..NN.. .N..N..NNN.. .. ...I only under newspaper way. This men event and;,-attracts women, but not

handicaps placed in the path of many dignitaries as well. It is

progress of the United States Sugar" I Too Late To Classify scheduled for Midnight, 'January 26. Bowling
Corporation by the federal govern- While details of the program of

ment,' the management of the corporation KAY course are a deep dark secret, thosein
is maintaining its recordof By RUSSELL the "know" say it will be another I Is an amusement, a recreation and a health builder

..........!....... . . .. '
muscle is exercised in
progressiveness Every
"honey. around
by forging ahead INMM, : : : : : : : : : :N M NNN M NNNM M:M M a year game ,

with the construction of the new Yes Sir, the 1940 Florida. ,Orange BO'VL.IN. CLEWISTON AT: {
office building. Florida will pay fitting tribute' to Festival is one event that, you surely .

Over this week end the contract her great citrus industry this month don't'- want' to mIss-and rememberthe :,The: A and :B Bowling: Alleys
I
will be let and Immediate construction when, 'the gates open on the 1940 dates, January 22 to 27. .

is assured of the most imposing Florida Orange Festival which, will I
Hours 2:00 till
building in the Florida Everglades, present the finest array of colorful BIGGER BOATS COMINGThe p. m. .

a worthy home' for the offices of citrus exhibits ever assembled.The ,. .. f
-
- -' -
the Everglades greatest industry. Festival had its beginning as next time congress passesa __ __.u r ; : : ": p _ '

I f Completion is expected. by early a Polk county affair, but because of rivers and harbors 'bill, which

summer. I its nature and the interest, it attracted -j will probably be at the coming .

The offices have been badly I it has grown into a great I session, the Caloosahatchee-Okee-' .1I o N'IiNNi il i IN llml IN i NNJI Jlllmll IIIml! NNjNN!! IIIIII NI.lIlilllllllllll1II111I1IIIImllll i !i NNI mllllmlllilllilllllnlilillllIllllIImllllIlmimrllillililili!II f;[ h[ it]] li ; mIII111! ii ilNllilil I N NNN6iiNN mmllllillm! iii jPYI
crowded in the old administration I Citrus Exposition that ranks favorably chobee cross-state waterway is

i' building and as the industry grew I with the California Orange virtually assured of a 10-foot .depth.

the congestion became more acute. Show.Representing'. As It's only six feet now, that NOTICE
means a 75 per cent deeper channel
Larger quarters became a necessityand the state's citrus

it is typical of the U. S. S. C. dustry as a whole and drawing in-I than we started with less than .

'that the best was none too good. marvelous exhibits of citrus three years ago. I will be at Alston's Drug Store in Clew-

The people of Clewiston will and citrus products from every The army engineers have report

admire and respect this beautiful section of citrus Florida, this out- ed favorably on the improvement.. iston on the afternoons of January 5, 6,

building; the visitors to standing annual event has attracted Forwarded from the division officeat
our community '
will likewise express their national attention. Richmond, Va., with the approvalof 9,12,16,19, 23, 26 and 30 and if anyone .
,
Col. J. J. Bain, the is
report
admiration. We join in congratulating Occurring in the height'of the
I now before the chief of engineers wishes'to automobile
the corporation on the startof citrus season when fruit is in its I get an tag pleasesee
and is expected to have; his assent
the new office and wish for them prime, it directs the attention' of the j I
in plenty of time for action by
:..: the continued success which their nation to Florida's dominant position me
i! As the bill
congress. usually
faith in the future of the Ever- as a citrus producer. Not only j carrJes

glades so richly 'deserves.RAMBLINGS.. does it tell Florida's citrus story to I projects department recommended there is little by the doubt war ; R. N. Miller : I

the thousands who actually visit the
that the, item will. pass.
+:. Festival, but due .to its unique i

.. .. ..M.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..M.MM-. character, charm and 'beauty, it com- I made Action at the was request taken of on the a Okeecho-survey I County Tax Collector

r, mands publicity for the state in
bee
; I flood control board ,fora 12-

zines thousands, over of radio newspapers and in, the i in maga-news-|j I j foot in Florida channel., we understand The district, thought office ",qll' lIimmmllllllllmlllllllllllIIIIIII iN N NI I i i[ I I llillIIIIIIIIIIII II! '' I lImlllllilmmllllllllllll[ llllllllllmll li I !fN IN II li N'ill': fill! I I NiN! NIiINiNI'11iNN'! mlIIIIIm!!! I[INNINNN1iIpIjlNl! NNhlll IIIIlmJilllllJII!! +iil G! I IMP''IIII'1'''


: By B. B. reel. nine feet would be enough and the

From a small affair housed in I division .. ,.
. engineer at Richmond A -'-' 'U' -
cut '.' :; : : :t' :.r 'i'I: ; ; : ;.:
:: .. .,
. :ents and : "
.:..: .NN,. . . . ... i temporary buildings, the it to' eight. However, 'eIght feet '
N N N NH N N MN NM NON NM N.yN M N N 1j
:' : Festival has shown growth and improvement -Ion an engineer's blueprint works I I y. hSpl'Gi'11g

, The latest calendar facts (from each year and to-day is out to about 10 feet from the j .Z.

:;A the 1940 Miles Almanac) gives presented in modern permanent exposition bottom, since to be sure of an

: forth the information that Ash buildings that permit the I j! eight-foot minimum a depth of 10 y ..

> Wednesday falls on February 7th, utmost In arrangement and displayof feet is customarily maintained.The .
;::: the marvelous exhibits, painstaking present charted depth of six
. instead of February 14, as another J i
calendar' which we quoted constructed by foremost decorators feet is actually eIght' or more _: PIECE GOODS fy

it' last week, stated, And we had and scenic artists. most of the way except at the old s

.;: just learned and planned to re- With Earl Brown on tho advisory St. Lucie lock which has limited y

..' ,member that Valentine's Day is board and Al Shaffer_ as manager, traffic to boats drawing not more X h i

,:: Ash Wednesday this year. So per- :he Florida Orange Festival has than six feet. However, that lock !
Stock
haps we can remember that Ash made great\ strides and it is doubtful is now being replaced by a struc- : Complete New ::

Wednesday is a week before Valen- if any event has been able to I ture like the big one .at Ortona. s

tine's Day. Or are both wrong? attract such able executives. These With the St. Lucie hindrance f '
Prints Plaids
Some more information (from the men, nationally recognized for their I eliminated and an authorized eight _: Stripes
j
,' Miles Almanac also-if I'm wrong, ability in this line, serve the Festivalfor I foot channel the canal will accommodate I f,

blame the almanac) is to the effect little or no compensation because I vessels drawing up to 10 ::: Assortment Materials in Sharkskin ::: !
of Spun
that 1940 will have both a partial they are Floridians and welcomean feet.As A A
few
and a total opportunity to serve the state and sea-going pleasure yachtsin s
eclipse of the sun. The
partial eclipse will be the after- he citrus industry in lending their Florida waters need more than ':: Serge, Mountain Mist All Colors :i::
10 feet that
noon of April 7th and the total time and talents to'make, the shov.ri means some pretty big

eclipse on October 1st. The total success. boats will be coming to Fort Myere. For Slacks and Play Suits =
Also it will take care of .coastal f .
eclipse will be visible only in South Equally valuable and with as

America, but the partial will be enviable reputation In his line, ic i freighters and heavy equipment .y. y
visible here.Whether genial George Clements, known as such as the government Itself USPS y't'f

or not to consult the the .Dean of American Newspapermen. in construction in Florida rivers and and maintenancework harbors. :;: Thread, Buttons, McCall Patterns ::
moon before planting a garden Is George has handled publicityand
As all who have worked for A
no longer a debatable question, for promotion for the Florida A
waterway projects have
good fen
it seems definitely established that National Exhibit from tin; incepti rand
to know, traffic is
son the factor
seed sprout and grow well some- I each year brings Winter Haven, that influences the army engineer i l
times even when the moon is not the Festival, and the State of FlorIda When they report favorably it PARKINSON'S
rIght. reams of favorable
I publicity of
.
means they are satisfied that there
So with or without benefit of his b'''''v dipping file will testify. will be patronage enough to Justify .f. y y I'

,0 moon, we are going to see some Serving as president of the orga- the improvement. Thig can betaken THE COMPLETE STORE :::

lovely garden/? Ill C ;wigtga QOH? pizatlon Is George Burr, Jr., editor as a most reliable fovecaslfind : ... ... '.;.,

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. PAGE SIX THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY, JANUARY 12, 1940

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requested 4,935 corrections of d.- Jim Lee Wins Long taxes would be collected. .This
Legion Department I
R. BOE RESIGNS AS
fective lights to be made during the means reductions in future levies

\ first 20'days of its operation.The Commander Fight To Collect Tax and less pyramiding of the tax- l'

CHAIRMAN'GLADES report shows that during burden against those'.,..who a'ct, .,. y't,
this period the patrol put in 7,027 Tallahassee, Jan. 11Anotherhalf ruled
hours on the highways, traveled dollars pay taxes. However the court
\ million of delinquent !
FmECONTROLBOARD .74,460 miles, stopped 6,495 passenger that railroads can't wait until others
railroad taxes loomed for approxi-
t cars and 2,647 commercial have paid and taxes become delinquent -

. cars requested 273 brake corrections mately 50 Florida counties as the and thus receive benefits

' R. Boe, author of the first Ever- 'I and 297 license plate correc- w ; Stat Supreme Court upheld State .
w ApAtM said the
glades Fire Control bill in the 1935 tions, weighed and measured 392 4) Comptroller J. M. Lee in his two- denied others. The remedy

p Legislature and who was named vehicles, rendered assistance' to 360 year battle to sustain legality of mil- court, is to restrain the levy prior
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first member and later chairman of cars, issued 7,455 verbal warningsfor lage levies against railroads over a to its enforcement against all tax

\: ._ the new board set up by the- 939 reckless driving, parking on five-year period- 3 4'-/19 3 S'4 The payers. So the roads must pay for

':, 1 Legislature under an act written highways, no mirrors on trucks, decision means about $100,000 per the past and seek relief properly in .;

: by Representative Elbert L. Stewart etc., gave first aid to 44 persons, year in future benefits too. More the future against errors that arise '

of Clewiston, recently tendered his investigated 66 accidents, inspected than $1OOO000'was paid to countiesless

," resignation to Governor Fred P. 30 school buses, recovered 2 stolen than six month ago when the

,; Cone as member and chairman of cars, one bicycle and one rod and first angle of Comptroller Lee's legal Read The Ads j

: the board. The Governor accepted reel. joust with the railroads was decided {

j' the resignation under date of Jan- The patrol made 234 arrests; 51 and 'Judge Johnson is hearing

uary 5 and referred it to the Sec- for drunken driving, 47 for driving I evidence this week on the third and ,

retary of State.In without drivers licenses, 29 for last angle >* the series of suits. Hlii"-- I

commenting upon the resignation operating overweight trucks, 70 for All eight points set up by Comp- 1\0 "ou know. Till '

h :Mr. Boe reviewed the work reckless driving, 7 for passing troller Lee and the counties through I ;I I: ''I

which had been attempted by the school buses, 12 for having improper I
Keen & Allen -
Attorneys representing e ':
board and recalled the Clewiston lights, 15 for having improper bow I :: \
the counties, and Assistant Attorney I
meeting where it was decided thatno tags, ,and 3 for parking on Wm. C. BROOKER : General Tyrus A. Norwood: -.Jou\e! be to i.1 I i 1
more meetings would be called highway. "124,,;convictions( were secured '
of Attorney General' G. CoupeiGibbs' .
T except. at the chairman's orders.A and the remaining 110 cases I bUild orrefinance \
staff, were sustained by the t
+ few weeks later he said, C. Kay are still pending with bonds totaling buy, ;
Legion Head To high court. It also ruled for the
Davis federal soil conservation for the ahome
$9,450 on deposit, appearance -
state on 16 out of 18 points raised
4 r supervisor, with whom the board of the defendants. Total : 4Le \
: Visit Fort MyersWm. by the roads. The suit covered 1933 r
had been working on a plan where- fines assessed amounted to $4,536.- i with i I
taxes due four counties but the decision .
by the board could secure the as- 12 for the first twenty days of I ,' '
will apply to all taxes withheld 1 .4.
of the federal
sistance government
operation. C. Brooker; Department; the roads that plan : r.
I by on charges
to put over a long range fire 'pre- Ou/L :
vention plan for the Everglades CommissionersSelect Commander of the Florida American I I millage levies were illegal or exces- .'

area, came to him for his signatureon County I Legion of Tampa, notified C. sive.

some important papers. Rather For V. Parkinson, Clewiston Post Com- The two' railroad points sustained FULL DETAILS GIVEN...
Names Jury I
than sign the papers without the mander this week that instead of involved levies for bonds where WITH NO OBLIGATION
complete acord of the other board bonds were actually paid off without
Meet making an annual visit to each of
Lists At Saturday
i members he called a meeting in using proceeds of contested millage;
Okeechobee. A majority of the the 122 'posts In the state that he and levies made for
bonds after the Buying a home ____..
members were present at this meet- has arranged a series of district Board of Administration certified -
The county commissioners, meet-] I of your own: is I
ing and approved of his action in meetings and would be' in Fort sufficient gas tax funds available.
calling them together for a decl- ing Saturday morning after a recess 1 the finest type
taken at the first session of the Myers on January 16, next Tuesday The major issue settled was' that of thriftClewiston
."lion on a matter of so great im-
new year held Tuesday, Jan. 2, night. levies in excess of 10 mills are not-
portance.
filled the jury box for the spring Is that not a burden on interstate commerce
Mr. Brooker urging
;,: However, shortly after the Okee- Federal
and therefore against
are legal
term of circuit court to be held only every Legionairre in the district -
chobee meeting, Mr. Boe said that
beginning Monday, Feb. '19, at the attend railroads as well as others.
do
,
who can possibly so
: he criticized the
was severely by Savings and LoanAssociation
'.\ Governor for calling the meeting courthouse in LaBelle.. The board I, but is asking that the public be The court upheld the law requir-

,% and despite the fact that he attempted selected exactly 250 names, "play- invited and through participationin ing taxing officials to base levies on

I to write a full explanation ing safe" because of confusion In the meeting be made aware of ,the ,theory that 95 per cent of the .

' of the matter the severity of the interpreting several laws which apparently the ,Legion program 'and activities.Mr. I i

criticism was not alleviated and he agree on a minimum of Brooker said that he had 'not .

i wrote out and tendered to the 250. yet had the pleasure of visitingthe / ,:-' -J"': ':@:f: f@ .,: ({J -::; : .

Governor' his resignation. The list selected includes H. C. Clewiston sugar house and I I. a

"The eleven-man board of commissioners Avant, Dan B. Allen, C. H. Berner, hoped to visit Clewiston sometime I

. of the Everglades Fire E. B, Bethea, M. D. Bledsoe, R. J. during the day of his visit to Fort

Control District", Mr. Boe said, Blount, Paul Bussey, Chas. Benson, Myers., : Let Us

a "has in the short time it has existed E. O. Collins, Chas. Christian, C. L. > I '.

t tried to organize fire control and Downs.J H. Doty, Glen Etherton, -- .$jf ". ) '

n fire prevention in the Everglades E. P. Eden, Joe Griffin, R. L. Guth- I Jackman, Lou'Jac bs, Robert E. Supply l' You With .. '
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Ketring, R. F. Luckey, Clifford hilt ,
jv--which was intended by the legislative rie, Gratton George, Wilbur Goff, C. .' ,
Luckey, R. F. Lewis, Jack M. "'\ ,," .. 11 i "" I'$.. : \
act of 1939. At our last meeting J. Ganterman, W. C. 'Hooker, A. L. : =:-I 1t'i4"

i In Okeechobee City, which was Hackett, H. R. 'Hall, J. B. Hawkins, Lewis, W. T. Lanzl, Charles F. : '.

called by me, as chairman, the Elisha Johnson, Thomas Jacobs, M. Lowery, James V.' Lofton, Roy F. < :? / <. '--

.I board was unanimous in all of its D. King, C. E/ Lear, A. M. Lawrence, Lewis.F. .

r / decisions. After that meeting' I got R. J. Lee, C. E. Miner, T. C. Mus- B. Ballard, S. C.. Blackman, .w; >;'. WINDOW CARDS ; :. .. -. ",

I my instructions what and what not grove, H. J. Mathis, R' S. Marshall, Clyde Crawford, R. M, Burchard, J. .: -I/IP ,"
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to do. I am unable to see any Edward Markett, P. :M. 'McIntyre, H. Dyess, W. E. Dyess, Robt. Dan- '( ; :; RULED FORMS .. '
need of me serving on a fire control Jr., Stanley McCorckle, B. E. Nail, iels, Cleve Daniels, David Burch- :: ':" ,- "

1' board so long as it is dictated to Sr., C. E. Nail, Glenn Neal, 'H.,, J. ard Tom Graham, Orville Burchard. : : :, .. .
by the Governor and the Fire Wilford Graham J. F. Haskew Joe -- LETTERHEADSENVELOPES
I Oglesby, A. E. Oliver, C. E. Rob- : -;
Chief"r
bins, J. C. Swindle, E. P. Shelly, Crews, Lubbard Coleman, James '
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iI I Richard Small, T. H. Stone, B. J. I I Dana, H. S. Dyess, Earl Dyess, C. P. -" :, .'. .... : .. : {
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r, 116, Lose Right to Drive Schroeder, J. A.. Stone, S. -K. Swayne, Green, C. C. Hires, Robert Howard, : .: ,' :. ... .' .. .
Harry C. Hansen William : : : :i : ,; :-' /
J. H. Tippey, J. H. Tuck, H. T. Kirtland .
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In First 20' Days of New Vaughn, R. C. Wilson, A. O. Ward, Earl Murray, Robert Royer, Earl I .": .' .BILLHEADS : $ +., '' '.' 1'.

G. B. Weaver, Thos. M. Waldron, Royer, J. L. Smith, Jr., ,Woodrow \ : : ? : :

.f Law; Highways Safer, L. A. Wells, G. M. Waters, V. C. Howard, Windell Howard, Alonzo ::: 4HANDBILLS; .. ." .' '....,'. '. ,
Woodward, M. P. Vaughn, G. B. Howard, Seth Howard, Rosse May, '

Thomas, G. G. Suggs, Joe Robbins.C. W., W.: McGowan.M. ;i :t ;; :: :' : ;" ;
Tallahassee, Jan. 12 (FNS) :', ? : V-: ;
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M. Allen, M. E. Von Mach. O. Allen, T. L. Boatwright, J. '.- ';' 1 TICKETS ..; : ..-: .

Florida 143, less began drunken the new'and year reckless with Harry L. Anderson, M. J. Bush, C. Cowan, Neely Davis, U. M. Dees, ... > ;: .''::'. ,: .:. : .:. \ \ :. '\, ..

W. L. N. Davis, Edward Ethington, ? '
drivers menacing lives and limbs 'D. Blount, Don Bush, Aaron '' ETC. }
Bionson, M. R. Lawrence Enlo, W. G. Evans, H. W.
Browning, J. A.
'' of fellow .motorists on her high- ,
Bussell,. E. J. Bussell Alvah C. Estes, E. B. Fortson, Haley Fort- : ': .
ways, according to W. F. Reid, };
director, Department of ,Public Burke Wv B.* Barron,. Carl Beke- son, Leavy: G. Green, J. P. Hull, At a price surprisingly: low

Sal ety: meyer, Fred Clemons, Allen P. C. J. Jones, J. H. Luke, Walter T.

Cook, Edward Curry, Frank Coth- Maddox, Sidney C. Maddox, J. L.
Director Reid said that since the
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r Maddox, C. C. McGowin, J. E. Mc-
new drivers license law became : ern, J. Olien Davidson, Ernest
I Laughlin, M. H. Perry, Falcon D.
effective 116 drivers licenses have Davidson, Harry DeLaney, J. S.
been revoked and 27 have been Dees, .John L. Evans, A. R. Fussell, Page, Henry H. Smith, Stephen B. .

suspended for thirty or more days. Roy A. Green, Ben F., Guy, Ralph Taylor, Emory Taylor, Gilbert Taylor .

Drunken driving was the reason for Hendry, J. B. Hendry, Jr., Virgil B. T. L. Tanner, Pete Townsend, i [

the revocation of the majority. of Hall, O. J. Jackson, James, F. M. E. Tanner, R. J. Tillman, M. L. '

? the licenses revoked. Luckey, B. F. Magill, Merville E. Williams Jr., Oscar C. Willis, D. Quality Printing
W. Wood, and Mack White.
The state is really bearing down Manley, W. J. Myers, Wilson Miller,

;4 on drunken driving, Reid said. A D., G. McCormack, James Newcomb,

i ;' drunken: person driving on they Edw. O'Bannon, James Rider, S. L. W. M. S. Hold Business :

highway Is as dangerous as one Stewart, R. R. Small, H. A. Sut- Ii UI Iv

a with a gun firing into a crowd; and ton, Kirby Thompson, W. F. Turner, I I Meet At Church Tue. .

while the Florida Highway Patrolis G. M. Watson, M. F. Yeomans, I I I

emphasizing education of the Charles Yeomans, Dolphus Rimes. I

l" public in proper driving habits and J. H. Booth, I. V. Burke, G. J. A business meeting of the Wo- PHONE 39 AND ... .
issuing warnings for driv- mans Missionary Society was held .
improper '
v Burchard, J. R. Burnett: R. E. -, :
ing, it is very strict in the enforcement Burchard, E. P. Booth, Roy C. Tuesday afternoon at the First ; OUR REPRESENTATIVE J' -
of the law against drunken Baptist church with Mrs. A. R. '.

r driving. Brown Blount,, Bennett J. N. Crawford Blount, Thomas Tillett Broadfoot, president, In charge. 'WILL CALL TO ASSIST YOU ., .:

!A Petitions have been filed with Crawford Reports' were given by the various \ :,
C. L.
Couch, I. N.
Crosby,
; the Department 40f Public' Safety Tommy officers and committee chairmanand : : :
Crawford Wade M. Cartee "
,a asking for the rel'icensing of several other routine business was { .
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C. C. Cook '
E. M
Cornette, EdwardB.
,, 'Persons 'whose drivers licenses have transacted. t:
Cook, A. J. .
Chancey, J. D. Can .
t. been but revoked for drunken driving, non, Joe W. Dougherty, Herman Following the meeting, Mrs. E. LET US ESTIMATE. ON : '- -' .
r the law makes
the revocation of Dyess, Charles A. M. Cornette and Mrs. I. S. Bell, ; .
; / the licenses of all Darcy, Merle G, : J
persons convicted \hc were hostesses for the after- '
--.Y" of drunken Davis, Glenn R. Dyess C. A. Davis t 'J: YOUR NEXT ORDERCLEWISTON :.:'i: ,
driving .
mandatory and ... .
neon served delicious appl pie and I ,.
R. W.
Danley, Dennis Dana I' 't
I provides that such W. C .
persons shall a coca drink to Mrs. H. G. M"- .
'' not be eligible for Evans, Chas. Easterly, A. M. Gils- : : :.i '
.. .f within drivers licenses son, Perry C. Hull, Wade Hampton I.croy, Mrs. Z. H. Shelley, Mrs. A. ... ,
one
thereafter.
,year .
,
i H. King, Mrs. V. C. Woodward, '
'-" j Last Arthur Dillon Hall, Coleman Hall, R. j. "
I year B. Hale, chairman Mrs. H. E. Walker, Mrs. W. H. : I
J of the State Road Department, Moon, Roy Messer, Frank Messer t'
Warren, Mrs. W. T. Wheelers. Mrs.
;'.. stated that Wilbur,Miras, Albert L. Miller, B. A.
a survey made by the
Ri.\
C. Vowell, Mrs M. A. Thorna-: : 1
=. .\, Division, of Highway Pla'nning Miller, Lewis Nobles, Paul O'Ban- W.I '
Mies: Mae Lily Stone, Mia C. NEWS ..
!' showed that there were 17,964 non, H. E. O'Brien, Ray C., Hull Simmons, Mrs. C. Nelson Mrs. I. I 1

motor vehicles being operated in George M. Ilendiy, Grover A. Hill.R. C. Miller, Mrs. Alex McGowi Rev. ;, .1 (,

I Florida with defective lights. A V. Hedges, Clyde L. Helms, Hugh H. G. McLeroy, Mrs. C. R Kruger, /1

; report on the activities of the Flor- Hull, Arthur Hall, G. R. Hatch, Sam Mrs E. E. Kelly, Mrs. Arch Hodges! I CLEWISTON FLORIDA 4 t

a 1. ida Highway Patrol from Dec. 11 E. Heath, Robert Harris, T. R. Hei- Mrs. A. D. Dixon, Mrs.. R. J. Blount, ,
to Dec. 31, just released by Major ron, W W Ifooks. Herbert n'I --
Hisler, Mrs. M. C Doke Mrs C. M.llen..
l: \ H. N. ;Kirkman, captain in commandof J. W. Hisler, Lemuel Howard,. Ilick- Mrs. D. B. Allen and Mrs. A. R. I

the patrol shows that the patrol man Howard, Joe H. Hilliard, J. C. Broadfoot.



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FRIDAY, AXUAUY 12, 1040 THE J-CL1D\VISTON.l\'tiW8'H! PAGE FIVE

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; paper "La :Traduccion.-Prensa": pub- New ConstructionContinued MOVIES MADE. OP' BASS I be incorporated into 'a movie short

CLEAN-UP WORK' AT lished daily In Tampa.MIELIiAI14EOUS. I FISHING ON LAKE J showing 'spprt,:nfisHlng[ Infall,parts

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the country The reputation of
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MOUTH OF CREEK, IS Mrs. Thomas. will help Mr.', Turk ( :From Page' 1) .(Moore. : '" Have'n"D' ni'ocr'a: : ) .. Lake .Okeeqhobee as.. a sport fishing'jake '
eyldenced.'bythey fact
the a home for himself adjacent to the "Pop" Adams representative : ; ; ; I
,with girls' basketball team, and : ; : ) : of thaC he'ciiose to coma here tp snake
Mr. Lado' will take over the station. the American Fork and Hoe :Comp .
'SOON spon- I his ,
CONTEMPLATED ,pictures, Floridarbas8,4fishing.;>> ,
sorship of the annual, which this Royal's warehouse cost about pany, makers of ,True Temper. l fishing : Mr. Adams; has, .travelled many
will $5,000, Markette's electrical rods, was here. t Saturday : :
year be made as a'school pro- new : t2. thousand miles making this feature r1
appliance store, about $5,000, the make plans for someone to, .acconv I

(Moore Haven Senator Democrat) new postoffice and the store adjoin- i pany him_ out fIn.:,the -lake! .froth picture.______________ : i
A telegram from. Claude i Jones' Camp Sunday. to make color
I ject.WASHINGTON ing, now under construction, will
Pepper on Saturday afternoon to cost about $6,000 and $5,000. !. movies", of bass fishing on'L k PAIN t i
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the Democrat' contained what I The new school building, costing Okeechobee.; ,.,. ..,... ; .,,: .. .1 I I
sounded like very good news, to Fred Flanders, accompanied. Mr
the county and more particularly about $30,000 is almost'completed' Adams the ,> POLITICAL'I
NB WS on trip Sunday but the 1
is the home ofV.. H. Lanier
to the residents of the Lakeport, as weather too cloudy 'for pictures. ANNOL !
,I and a new bungalow. for rental :was IV hME1 Ntl 1
but later
area developments in
They were fortunate, ,however, incatching I
built Mrs. E.
by -
J dicate that the improvements purposes being
mentioned a nice string of. bass: -
will A. Shult on' Ponce De Leon St. Foil
not" be so far-reaching However a'n expert movie .cameraman sunuiFF
I .? as had ,at first been supposed., Mrs. Shult also constructed a needed wish I *
was and none was 1 ; ; to announce myself a can- /
In the telegram Senator Pepper v: .ram i A n'ew bungalow near the ClewistonMotors available here so Mr. Adams feared 'lldfite for re-election: to the office {
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of Sheriff of Hendry county,. subject
stated that he had had a conference ('.at. a ,cost 'of about $2500 that he would have to make:: a return to the Democratic primaries' 'In May. i I

; in Jacksonville with the U. S. and Harry Phillips built a* six-room trip with a cameraman' to gel I am making this ,race, solely on my
record of law enforcement and.fair '
District Engineer, Col.. ,Lewis H. I bungalow! on Ventura ,Street duringthe the pictures.
He was. most enthusiastic dealings to all and I assure the people i
i'i Watkins and that Col. Watkins w'asf FROM CONGRESSMANJ. I :year. the, of Hendry county ,that, the policies :
over fishing. ., I
I. of this office :will not chance.
getting underway an .improvementfor I HARD1N 'PETERSON Figuring the new construction Some, three hundred feet, of Your vote and support will be ap- !

Fieheating Creek' to prevent during the course of the' summer colored film was desired :which will i preciated. H. L. DELANEY.'. I'

flooding of areas heretofore' flooded The .third session of the l'16th repair work'J at, the sugar house '..
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and to improve the fishing in Congress convened at noon on January which included' bui dinga new Y '- 11! :

the For stream.a number of years a ,growth '.House 3rd.answered 387 members present on of roll the power figures house would ,',.be and added_other! to work materially the- .:MN:N..:..:N':..:..:..:..:..:.:..:N:..'-:.:_...;.;..:..:;. -N,..,_.N:....<.....:':":N.4--::.:NN N,..H

of 'grass and hyacinths has retarded I call. 72 Senators answered, pres- for a total ,for the year,, Several ("

the flow: of water from the creek ent. The President: ,. addressed. Con- houses have been, purchased: out- ,":: ?'i.' l ;

into the lake and as a result'a'delta' I gress arriving at 2:02: p.. m. Signi-! side of the town and brought- here ,::. :sf ::- \ :
has been built up which requiresa fiicant am'ong othel : :and repaired for homes and rental. .!. : \ !
things in his
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considerable raise, in. the cre'water k I I' :
the
message on i state of the nation -
table before, the:wafer begins is the following' statement:- I 1 'Issues HandsomeAgriculture f 1
running into the lake. It' was Mayo CLEWISTONfiOEF i
I "Fortunately, that
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naturally assumed by everyone that '
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this work would; ,be ,the. dredging! not The. be time controlled is long; by past: .: any Booklet :;: :: '

of a channel through this, bar to : .
political party or any particular ::: '.
permit the flee flow off the creek CO1JRSE I
group can curry and capture public A handsome booklet in color ,pre .;. f : :I:
water. .. .I
However' the Democrat succeeded favor by labeling itself. the "peace senting" the. industrial ,and, agricultural : : .t' ., : '-.
I party" or the "peace' bloc:" That opportunities or'Florida h s'ju'st :
in contacting.i Caravan Nelson, : ,.' ::
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label l belon'gs'to :: ; "
the whole United been issued by the State Department '
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engineer in charge of the Clewiston I \
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( States and to every rightthink'ingman of'Agriculture, Honorable ? moamI :!:
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sub-office Tuesday afternoon and] he
woman, and child within. it.
Nathan Mayo, Commissioner. It is Y
stated that the work contemplated I .
only
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"For out of all ,the military- and illustrated in color and is the'm'ost .:. I ': .
was, the removal of hyacinths .. --
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: and weeds. from the mouth of then diplomatic turmoil, out .of all the elaborate ,publication. of its' kind .;:. ,'.. '-. : -., I '.:.. ,j
propaganda and counterpropagandaof yet pi\t'out by Tallahassee. Color r
channel as soon as one of the : ::: 'i.
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the present conflicts, there are ,photography by I'lorida' photographers .:. A '
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hyacinth removal machines is"free : ,< # )'- : L 1
two, facts'whfcl .stand out : and Florida engravers
reproduced by

?, at the some next week other or point two., probably No dredg-in which. the whole world acknowledges. ', has':' been, liberally, jised.: : All. J'I .... [ OpOll4O1IiePOhht ]15i i

I of the. work: in connection with the
.', ing work he said, is in prospect. "The first is that' never' before'has ; 4ii booklet' was done 'in Florida.: :
While' the removal of the hyacinths -
the Government of the United :i= '::- ,:. :':::-=.;;-=,'; .:=' '''-- :: ""'-
and weeds will help ma- States done so much as In our ._. :,' J' '.. 1. (,......;;; AY
terially in moving the creek water : PENTECOSTAL CHURCH y
recent past to establish and: maintain
into the lake it is the belief of those South Clewiston .. r,.
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the policy of the good neighbor
familiar with the condition that the : 1 .
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I with its sister nations. '''i'" :: ., ';
only real solution will be the dredging Services -
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,: "The second is that in almost Every Sunday;, .I ".,..!., '. ,,' .y..
; of a channel through the bar Sunday school at 9:45.: "- ,If' :
every nation in the world ; '
todaythere' : '
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E which has been built up., Morning worship at '11 a. m: ; s 1.y
is a true public belief that .. ,:. \;.
I the United States has been, and Young Peoples meeting,_ 6 p. m. : A

Rev. M. ::1\[. ,Dudley, director., :: < '
will Moderate'reeto Peek *
it'v* 1 ,continue to be, a potent and ;
rah active factor in seeking the reestablishment Evangelistic services, 7:30. p.., m. .:. ..... > ,.
'I"' Tuesday evening service '7:30: p. :: i'" t/r' ----'
of peace., "I 'I ; Ec'eption a FairWays :

Three new members were sworn m. y .

w'_ SCHOOL NEWSEditor I in on the first day: Mrs. Clara Friday evening service 7:30'p.. :;: Interesting<< Greens

G. McMillan of the first South m. t ..,.. v-- \ f
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Advisor ............_._u_....... Mr. Lado sworn in as resident commis: ...i. .. ', ::::::
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During the past week there have Iglesias. Representative Walter + '" ., .' ; ..
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Chandler of the ninth :: : : .' ::::
been several new pupils entering Tennessee :: .. '

t our school. In the first grade we district resigned to accept a position, : ALL ELECTRiC I' : !
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are glad to have Estelle Gaskell, as mayor. Two election contests U :: ,

in the seventh grade Iris Pittman, were filed. Three members died '. .; .:...
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and in the ninth grade Arnold convening of Congress. :. ; tt44I"

Taylor and James Brewer. ;.. ", '. 't.. ;"" ,. ',"' .:..:
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Scarcely had we arrived in -. .:.....' .. '.J,'" : :': 1A 1--f' : :' (
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'r came imminent. The bloc ,. .y..;.
Basketball practice began this sugar :
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week large in number the high of school boys and and girls.drewa met tl and Florida- I attended delegation.as a memberof I ama .** Electricity is the, modern servant J a servant' that :::;:


The girls 'practice until 4 o'clock, member: of the, general sugar: n takes care of' both the: work and the pleasures of the: :, 1 .

s and the boys practice until Coach committee. It became apparent =
home and one'that ''will-do everythlng.'qu1CkIy; efflclentI :!::;:
Turk ,decides to stop. that the beet sugar groups were :;:.;. ,

The boys who are out for the going to be satisfied 'with very := :: and economically: :.!::;:

squad are: J. B. Brantley, Sam, little increase in quota. I frankly i I .... :

Lang, Ed Von Mach, Carrol Reddish, told the committee that unless pI toast o.i' :;::;:

.j Junior Waters, Dick Patterson, A. Florida' wasT adequately providedfor I I ..... One Penny will. ''toast '26 'crunchyr slice of : t

D. Fri h, Money Stone, Guy Elkins, we would be compelled to oppose two hours of safe" reading light or operate :i::;:
:!::;: give your eyes ..
and Bill Davis, manager. any sugar legislation. The, .t. :
The girls are: Louise Hollings- last' few' weeks have." shown' the .+..+.r your,A'J ra d 10' for most of a day-and-ELECTRICITY is ::::::

worth, Mary Johnson, Flora Lee effect of'q .itas / on the, world that the more "of 'It that you use. :i_::?:
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Haven, Margaret Von Mach, market. The Secretary of Agriculture :;::f"' oM thing gets cheaper .:.::: ,f, ,

Robbins, Gloria McDuffie, June J has now recognized the peculiar ++ '

ac Hooker, Betty Bailey, Barbara problem in, Florida" in his annual' :L;:t .-: That.:is why it 'is"s ''easyto. have .an r'enjo'y, a homethat .*..*"

Broadfoot, ..Sue Von Itfach, Betty report. The Florida delegation} ...... t :
Springer, and'Leah Richaud' manager J urged_ that I be appointed to draft- ++. is''alI electric and modern. #:!::::

1. ing committee, but 'I did not expect ,
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Such an, appointment because my Xk', .:.
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GARDEN CLUB I general'' attitude of not being in :::: r .:..;c
accord with the proposed legislar .:.:'!.': T. ......
The junior garden club met aftera ': .. ) '- i
tion strangling the industry. Ware :: !. YOUR CHEAPEST'SERV= :!:::
joyous two weeks vacation.:' Wee : ::: ; ELECTRICITY IS .:.
beginning to get considerablelabor ? + > ::A f
are cleaning our flower beds and ::: : :
_-- have planted Petunias, Phlox and and consumer -support. ..:..y. ; ,
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bushes are looking fine. We ..
expect -I : : ; +
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All clubs are on a membershipdrive .i.f AA :
posts, more than a million dollars xy = A ,
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went to Florida, $848,400 going to : y .AA:..:. '
larger and more active clubs than .yy...
the Southeastern A
air
base and $250- ,
last year. .
going to Elgin Field (Valparaiso I

I Bombing Range), Florida. This .:..:. .
SPANISH CLUB does not mean that $848,400 is all :tJ.: -

The Spanish club held a reorganization i that will be available because the ii:

meeting Tuesday' and I unexpended balance last year from il Glades Power and Light Cd II

a new secretary and a new treasurerwere emergency funds and special funds .
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elected. Doris Hodges be- I will be provided. This item is In .r. : ffi

came secretary and Betty Berg the general public works budget X L ..

treasurer. The club decided to and the Southeastern air base is ::4 :ff:: I I

devote part of their time to conversation exceeded only by Schofield Barracks -- ::.':.

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Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Mountain and and table decorations. Several in- contests were played with, Mrs. :FOR MODERN PLUMBING .. I '

Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Montgomery teresting contests were enjoyed Herman Davis, Mrs. R. C. Nowlingand See I ;

attended the Air Races in Miami during the afternoon. Mrs. M. A. Thomas winning W. Br' McCOLLUM l

[ Personals ] over the weekend.Mrs. Refreshments of cake, whipped r rizes. The gifts for Mrs. Vow-I Plumbing and Heating i'

cream and coffee were served by I ell were brought in by little Billy Sclmlt Apartments! : ,
.y Kathleen Carter left Satur- the hostess to Mrs. Van Cothern, Blount who pulled them" in a child's ClovlMon, Florida ',j \,
day for her home in Alto, Georgia, Mrs. Gratton George, Mrs. R. L. ,I red

C. E. Nail made a business trip after visiting for two weeks with Guthrie, Mrs A. H. King, Mrs. C. wagon.

: to Nassau this week. her sister, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle and E.' Nail, Mrs. H. E. Walker, 1\Irs'l Sandwiches, cookies and hot I
chocolate were served to Mrs. A.
family. R. C. Nowling, Mrs. Hansel I OFFICE MACHINE SERVICE 1
1\IC-j R. Broadfoot, Mrs. H. L. Davis, ..
Miss Roberta George and Halson Duffie. Mrs. Manning Keen, CO.
I Mrs. J. E. Edwards and daughter, Mrs. A. C. Carr, Mrs. O. A. 'Shep- J B.
Avant attended the air races in Don Carlisle, Mrs; Gorda Collins, I WILCOX
I Jane, of Jacksonville are expectedto Mrs. E. W. McCloud, Mrs. Emma pard, Mrs. R. Geiger, Mrs. A. W. Typewriter nnd Adding Machine
Miami Sunday. II Mrs. Fisher Angerlrs.. V. Ilcpnlm nnd Service
arrive today for a week's visit Ezell, Mrs. Hubert Land, Mrs; A. I Dodge, Also Signs of Al Kinds
-. i with Mrs. Edward's sister, Mrs.A. D- Dixon, Mrs. C. W. Simmons, C. Woodward, Mrs. B., E. Herring, Box -1Q1Cilanirt .
'i Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mayers off i
Mrs. Arden
Mrs. H. G. McLeroy,
O. Ward. Mrs. Clifford Beatty, Mrs. R. J.
) Miami are spending several daysIn Walker, Mrs. W. H. Warren, Mrs.C. .
.-. Blount, Mrs. Dan Allen, Mrs. J. K. .
,i Clewiston on business. Miss Doris McNabb, who spent Weaver, Mrs. H. L. Davis, Mrs.B. Nelson, Mrs. C. R. Krueger, Mrs.

''j' I the past month in Clewiston on E. Herring, Mrs. J. G. 'Niblack, W., J. Robinson, Mrs. E. M. Cornette, fitted' nnd Scientifically Repaired Broken Duplicated Lenses

Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Jeffcoat and business with the U. S. Engineer Miss Gaudy Waters, Miss Adrian Mrs. Alex McGown, Mrs. Arch Dl;. F. D. GUDBAUROptometrist '

family have returned from a visit office, Is returning to the Jackson- Shuler, Miss Sally McCloud, Miss Hodges ;. Mrs. C. M. Allen, ,

"; with relatives in. Augusta, Ga. ville office. Hortense Collins, Misses Hazel and Mrs. L. C. Miller, Mrs. W. R. IMioiic ION :. Collier: Arcade '
Lois Prince Misses Dorothy and Broaderick, Mrs. Floyd Hanna, Fort ]Mycru, Florida .
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Successor
:,i J. Irvin Davis of Albany, Ga. Is Miss Catherine Comiskey, who' Evelyn Hare and Miss Marcia Avant Mrs. M. C- Doke, Mrs. D. B. Allen, to 1C H. Oakley

:4 a business visitor here for several submitted to an appendectomy at. Mrs. Paul Bussey and Mrs. T. D. Mrs. Berry Ingraham, Mrs. Ross I

'J days.. the Clewiston Emergency Hospital Smoak. Turner, Mrs. E. E. Kelly, Mrs. J. Johnson's Fish Camp

":,. Thursday evening, is recuperating L. Whitaker, Mrs. Cleo Powell and .
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;,. Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Allen spent I nicely.M. SCHARNISERGS ENTERTAIN Mrs. A., H. King. (Near Hurricane Gate) "

Sunday visiting relatives in Home WITH DINNER PARTY > Cleiviston, Fla.
'. C. Doke, Gene Doke, ''Eugene JUNIOR G. A. MEETING ,
stead. '
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Cornette, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Sim- Mr. and Mrs. H. J. B. Scharn-
mons and Doris Simmons attended berg entertained with a dinner party The Junior Girls Auxiliary held Rates Reasonable ,
-' Captain Hurd L. Reeves, Felda, the air maneuvers in Miami Sun- Saturday evening, complimentingMrs. its meeting Tuesday afternoon at W. H. Johnson, :Mgr.: .
,r. business visitor. in Clewiston
was a '
the home of Mrs. Arch The'
Hodges.
day. R.,D. Mumford, of Providence, ,
Monday.Mr R. I., who recently moved to Clew- program topic was "Through the -

Mrs. R.. P. Wainwright and iston. Gateway to 1940." Reports were' J.M.! COUSE.
: and Mrs. Judson Francis and daughter, Mitchell, of Jacksonvilleand given for the last quarter of the .: .
Guests Mr. and Mrs. R. D. I
were .
baby daughter, of Canal Point, Mrs. W. C. Nall and son, Billy, Mumford, Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Rod- I. year. Counselor and Attorney at Law '

spent the week-end" here. of, Moore Haven were guests of riguez, Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Vaughn. Those attending were Betty Hopkins Building

Mr. and Mrs. Walker Nail Wednes After dinner several other guests Stough, Norma Bussell, Ouida Wednesdays and Saturdays !
Mrs. S- C. Stalls and Miss ,Jean Wanda 9:30 to 4:00 '
day. joined the party for an evening of Johnson, Wilma Jean Tingle, .
,, :1 Stalls: of Moore Haven were visitors cards. 'Sheller, Mamie 'Trice, Joan Walker, ;

here Saturday. I Mr and Mrs. W. R. McLeod of Doris Simmons and Margie Allen.
Mr. Mumford won high score .
Rushmore, Minn., were the guests l
prize for at bridge and Mrs.
'( Mr. and Mrs. Zerney Meredith Thursday of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. men I MRS. '\"ILSOX'INS HIGH PRIZE MECHANICAL, STRUCTURAL
Mumford ladies Mrs.E. .
won prize.
have returned from a week's visitin Lawrence. They are old friends of AT EVENING BRIDGE CLUL1 ARCHITECTURAL DESIGNS
T. Hurst won the booby. At
Miami.Mr. Mr. Lawrence's from his home town Maps Estimates
Michigan, J. F. Morrison won high
and are spending the winter in Mrs. B. J. Schroeder was hostessto ,
JOHN H. DOTY
for .men and Mrs. C. A.. Martinez
and Mrs. Glen M. Sears, and Melbourne.Mrs. members of her bridge club Wednesday -
high for ladies, Eddie Uellendahl Engineering Consultant
Glen Sears, jr. of Shellman, Ga., evening. Mrs. R. C. Wilsonwas ...
won booby at Michigan
have returned home after a visit W. F. Simpson, Mrs. Leah II awarded napkins as high score 'Hopkins Bldg. Clewiston, Fla.

with Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Kolstad. Spicer, Mrs. E. L. Stewart and Mrs.G. Those joining the party for the prize and Mrs. W. H. Lanier ,won

r B. Rackstraw attended an all- evening were Mr. and Mrs. J. F. cut-work napkins for second prize.

.:' f Mrs. W. A. Davis, manager of day meeting of the Belle Glade : Morrison, Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Tarle- Salad, coffee and dates were

the. Barracks, in confined to the Garden Club held' in the Womans ton, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Mills, Mr. served by the hostess to Mrs. Wil-
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'.: local hospital for medical treat- Club House at ,Belle Glade Thurs- and Mrs. U. Uellendahl, and Mrs.E. son, Mrs. Lanier, Mrs. Roy Alston, Cash Bargain Price
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Hurst.MRS.
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ment. day. Mrs. R. C. Nowling, Mrs. C. E 875.00

'- Nail, Miss Mae Palmer and Mrs
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: Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Flaniken, E. J. Post of California is spend- VOWELL IS GIVEN STORK H. H. Turner.
Betty Carrol and Bevoly Flaniken, ing a few days with Rev. and Mrs. SHOWER AT MRS! WALKER'SMrs. LOT 20 BLOCK 176 '

spent Saturday in Miami attendingthe Kent Pendleton. Mr. Post is a ROAD 26 BIDS TO BE RECEIVEDThe LOT 3 BLOCK 203
of H. E. Walker's home was LOT 11 BLOCK: 381
..AJr Races. shell collector and is In search
certain fossil shells thought to be the scene of a pretty party Wednesday State Road Department will All three, centrally located in

{. Mrs/ Don Young has gone ,to of occurrence of the Lake Okeechobee when Mrs. Walker, Mrs.. C. receive bids on January 23 for the Clewiston-Only $875 cash I

;; Pahokee, for a visit with her sister, lower strata-thrown up in W- Simmons and Mrs. R. J, Blount. placing' of base and surfacing on W. GIMPEL

Mrs. Paul Sasser, before joiningMr. construction of ,the, levee. entertained with a stork shower 325 Cedar Ave., '
i honoring Mrs. M. C. Vowel sixteen miles of State Road 26 from
Young in Kansas City. I Minneapolis, Minn.
Mrs. T. M. Markette, who has Several appropriate games and l South Bay southward toward Miami.

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sallingerhave been quite ill at, her home here
) "
; taken an apartment at the was taken the l latter part of the

Inn Mr. Sallinger is connectedwith week to Good Samaritan Hospitalin

they US.. Engineers.Mrs. West Palm Beach. Her son and

daughter, T. E. Markette and Miss

Jane Whiteman of Jack- Mary, accompanied her. At last

sonville is the guest of her parents, reports she has shown considerable

Rev. and Mrs. Kent Pendleton, for improvement-

a few weeks.
Clewiston friends have received

Rev. Kent Pendleton and Mrs. invitations to the wedding of Walter
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Jane Whiteman were visitors in Cowart, son of Mr. and Mrs. JohnW. i : )..- .

Fort Myers and Fort Myers Beach Cowart of Atlanta, to Iola ; .' !6

Tuesday. Marion Fisk, daughter of Mrs. Mary \

-, Fisk of Philadelphia. The wedding .
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Representative and Mrs. ElbertL. will take place in Philadelphia on ,>- ','. '. "" ;:

r Stewart left yesterday. for St. Saturday, January 13th. Ted was

Petersburg to attend ,the state employed in Clewiston at the U.

,Democratic executive meeting. S. Corporation's commissary and

1 at the Seminole for 'severalmonths.. :: ::

Mrs. T. D. Smoak'' and children, j .:

Caroline and David, of West Palm CATOCREWSMrs.

Beach, are visiting 'Mrs. Smoak's
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parents, Mr. and Mrs.Paul Bussey., !: -- :: :
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Sara Jo Crews, daughter of .; :>... : '.
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I Howard C. Robbins, U: S. N., whois Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bussey, and : 'v:,: .

on leave from the USS Chaumont, Willis (Joe) Cato, were ''united in
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is visiting friends and relatives marriage by Rev. Kent Pendleton,

here for several days. in a simple ceremony performed at

the manse Monday tevening at 7:30.
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Banberry, Miss Hazel Prince attended the

of Ansonia, Connecticut, were bride as maid of honor and A. O.

guests of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Ward was best man. The bride ...;- ::>' ;*'-''' -J-- Wtv-,:..># ;,-1-' .. ._ .... ... .
g;" Scharnberg one day this week. wore a beige spring ensemble with Best Haulers..Best Savers

accessories of luggage tan. Her

Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Rogers have flowers were a corsage of pink Only Chevrolet/ Trucks Bring You

moved to Clewiston from Canal roses. Miss Prince wore an aqua O O All,These Famous Feature

Point and are making their homeat afternoon dress with .moss green New De Luxe Truck Cabs
the Clewiston Inn. accessories and a corsage of rose- "
Chevrolet's Famous
buds.Mrs. Valve-ln-Head Truck Engine
Charles Turner has returned to Cato is the daughter of Mr. .

his home here after a visit with and Mrs. Paul Bussey and has lived New Hypold. Rear Axle ,.

relatives In High Springs during in and near Clewiston since her ,I Extra-Sturdy Truck Frame
I Chevrolet-world's largest builder of trucks-now offers its .
a the Christmas Holidays. childhood. Mr. Cato is the son of New Full-Vision! Outlook
6 models
line nine
new for 1940- on wheelbase lengths, all
-, Mr. and Mrs. W. Elwood Cato of New Crystal-Clear
SaffJa;
selling In the lowest price range! Plate Glass Windshield
Mr. and Mrs. George Shaw of Nocatee, DeSoto county. He has
II Chicago were guests of Mr. and resided in Clewiston for several Extra-powerful Valve-in-Head Engines extra-strong Perfected Hydraulic Truck Brake

Mrs. H. E. Crouch at the Clewis- years and is employed by the United Hypoid Rear Axles extra-sturdy truck units throughout Speclafzed4-WayLubrlcatlon

ton Inn [ days this week. States Sugar Corporation In the make all these new Chevrolets gluttons for work, whether you Now Sealed Beam.

or.s7ra1 agricultural department, stationed choose a Sedan Delivery or a Heavy Duty Cab-Over-Engine model. (with separate.parkIng Headlights/llflhts)

i Mr. ,; R. Hatch and at Bare Beach, where J the couple I And Chevrolet's famous six-cylinder economy plus the Full-Floatlno Rear Axle
family -.d' e as their guest, Mrs. will reside. exceptional dependability and long life of Chevrolet trucks Con Heavy Duty models)

v Hatch';mother, Mrs. R. M. Mason, Those attending the wedding and means that all of them are misers with your money when it Axle<('Vacuum-PowerBraket, peed Rear
optional on Heavy Duty
of Baltimore. the informal reception at the bride's comes to gas, oil and upkeep. at extra coil.) model

home afterwards were Mr. and Mrs.
'' Choose Chevrolet trucks for 1940 and choose the nation's
Mrs. R. D. you
Mumford has arrived Paul Bussey, Mr. and Mrs. A. O.
greatest truck values the best haulers, best savers and "bestsellers"
horn Providence, R. L, to join Mr. Ward, Grace. Ward and Miss Hazel More than
in the entire truck field! ever; the
: Muraford
who Is
employed at the Prince. .
"THRIFT-CARRIERS
sugar house.
I FOR THE NATION"
MRS. JOE CATO IS HONORED

Royal T. McKenna; Washington, WITH SHOWER BY :MRS. WARD I s .
' ; D. C., was a business visitor 'in

-r' Clewiston for several days this Mrs. A. O. Ward entertained

week. yesterday afternoon with a miscel-
A\ __ laneous bridal shower
honoringMrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Dewey MorrIs, Del. Willis Cato, whose marriage Clewjston Motor Company;

ray Beach, and Mr.: and Mrs. Norman occurred Monday evening..

Kennedy, Pabokee were SatVfdfcJJ A color eeheme! of yellow and

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i iAl" Curtains.-If curtains will

1I 1I not hang evenly, slip a rod throughthe

A I lower hems and let it remaina
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By RUPERT HUGHES I An excellent light crust for meat '
O RUPERT HUGHES-WNU SERVICE pies can be made with half flour

and half freshly cooked and

I mashed potatoes. Less fat is re-

f SYNOPSIS nine-tenths of the time, and heart- and big as his bulk, smote his fat and bumping to the floor, where the quired than when all flour is.used.
broken with an affliction he couldn'tany knees with his fat hands, and rose: careening train rolled him like a a a a

On board the Nord-Express with Ostendas more help than a dwarf can "I'll get you the oranges, Miss loose barrel. Suede shoes can be given new
his Immediate destination Dr. David help his size, or a rattlesnake his Thinthy Sashel." Cynthia screamed. life by polishing with plenty of or-
fly him Jebb Is is five-year-old bound for America.Cynthia Accompanying 1.hatcher.: his poison. But he's finished me. It'sa Jebb checked him uneasily. "Non- Passengers appeared at all the dinary shoe polish and.hard rub-

temporary ward On the tram they meet tough world, Billy. The only decent sense, Billy, she doesn't need them. doors and jammed the corridor.A bing. They will be better for wear.
' Big Bill brother Gaines.of former David's classmate He.tells and Gaines fraternity thing fate has done for me is She oughtn't to have them. She-" woman wrapped her arms about ing in bad weather.

Cf his mission. and of his one unconquerable to show me you." "Nonsense yourself. I can't see a the distracted child, who was sob-
";: vice-an overwhelming desire for liquor He reached out and their hands lady perish like Miss Tantalus with bing:
: Jebb and wants feels the to safeguard urge coming the to child him, again whose met-in no secret clutch-but in the I oranges just out of her reach." "Nunkie Davie's 7dead! Nunkie Easy Afghan Smart

: father Is dead and whose mother waits for firm, frank grip of the universal "But the train may start." Davie'f dead!"
i':" her In America. brotherhood., It was some time be- "I'll bet my hat we'll be here fora A man knelt and raised his head. Done in Two ShadesPattern

ok' fore their clasp relaxed. week. This is just the .ort 'Of "He's fainted, that's all. Has any-
. CHAPTER IContinued3 Meanwhile Miss Thatcher was try- place where a train always stays a body got any brandy?" ,
ing to drown the racket the wheels long while. Anyway, it's just a few As Cynthia was withdrawn from
';, under a song which she shouted into steps." the scene, a Frenchman produced a
't\ Upon the leaden silence came the the pane with all the power of her He had squeezed through the door flask:

1.c.t '' fluty"Hello ripple!'" of a childish voice: lungs: and was brushing both sides of the "Je n'ai pas de brandee, mon-
corridor before Jebb could restrain sieur, mais voice du'cognac."
F': And an exquisite face, peering "I had a ickel po-nee, him. The car was vestibuled, but "Meme chose, monseer," said the
through a cascade of curls was Hith name wath Dappie Gway; Gaines knew how to manipulate the American, as he pried Jebb's set
{ thrust into the fog of smoke: I len tim to a ladeeTo door from within. teeth apart and poured a liberal potion -

.,. "Nunkie Dave, are you dere?" wide a mile away. The anxious Jebb saw him appearon into his clenched throat.
; Jebb leaped to his feet and caught I A shiver
the platform outside, glance for- quaked through Jebb's
: the child to him in alarm. She fipped him, she lathed him, ward and aft, and satisfy himself of whole length; he strangled, gulped

'., heart"How" did you get here, sweet- She dwove, him froo the mire; the train's intention to remain. opened his eyes, looked about feebly.

? I would not lend my pony now-wow Then he. skipped, as the fat skip, "What's the matter?"
"I just come long de hall, Nunkie
Faw dat la-deeth hiahl"At "You
aw
smashed
Dave." to the refreshment counter. The your thumb, old
woman in charge was out of sight. boy, and keeled over. Monseer here
"She calls me Nunkie Dave he
about the twentieth repetitionof She was not easily summoned: She had some brandy handy and I forcedit
explained. "It's shorter than Mr. the little the stuck fast "
epic
pony did not understand Gaines' German. on you.
Jebb. Cynthia, this is an old friendof in the mire, for the train joggled up He picked out three oranges and "No, no!" gasped Jebb helplessly,
your Nunkie Dave's. Miss Cynthia to" a short stop. Outside the windowwas brandished them with one hand "not brandy!1" ffW L

Thatcher, may I present to you a small station. Some trifling while the other plunged into his "Yes, and good, too, by the sniff of
Mr. William Gaines? There's a good accident, or a train dispatcher's sig- it. You look
pocket. He had no small money a little green, old man.
deal of him
but it's all wool and a 'Have I
: wide." He found a bill. The woman went some more.
yard"And it washes," said Gaines. He -\ for the change. Her motives for "No!" cried Jebb as he pushed it

knew better than to patronize the leisureliness might be suspected away.
Gaines suspected them. He kept "You better," said the Yankee,
young. He said, without condescension -
holding it under his nostrils.
and
calling her dancing impatiently.
but with he
perfect gravity, as "
"Yes, said Jebb, with a deep
put out his hand: Eying the engine always he did not 6505
notice that breath. He seized the flask greedilyand
a guard passing throughthe
"I'm Miss '
delighted to meet you,
Thatcher. Won't and sit train and finding the vestibule took a generous draught. He An afghan for a beginner! In
on lap?" you come I door open, growled, and slammed it offered it back, but as the French- two shades of a color, it's worked
my from within. man put out his hand, Jebb recon in ,single crochet, with rib stitch
She looked him in His
fair round canon-lined at dismay.torse was Suddenly the train started. sidered and set the bottle to his lips I forming a herringbone design.

like Gaines left the change to the wom- again.,, Pattern 6505 contains directions'
She murmured
a globe. :
"
an, dashed to the door, found it "En servez-vous! said the I ,for making afghan; illustration of
"I'm 'lighted to meet you, Mitha closed without handle or foothold. Frenchman ironically. it and stitches; materials required -
Gainth, but you got no lap to theton. Jebb took him literally and helped
Like a melon on a stream, his I ; color schemes; photo-
Then she took command. "If
disgusted face was swept. past the himself liberally. graph of section of afghan.
you move" ober, I like to look out de window and past the staring, horrified "You must have a copperlinedthroat I To obtain this pattern send 15

vinda. face of Jebb. Jebb thrust his ," said the Yankee, "to swigit cents in coins to The Sewing Circle -
"By all means, Miss Thatcher." straight!" Household Arts 259 W.
head out and watched the smooth Dept.,
And Gaines hunched his bulk long side of the train glide with increasing Jebb gave a ''further demonstration -I 14th St., New York, N. Y. t

aside, far enough for the little queento speed past the bewildered of his, prowess. He sat up on Please write your name, address -
establish herself at the pane. Gaines, who searched and clutchedin the floor of the ,car and, winking I, and.pattern number plainly.

"What did your Nunkie Dave say vain, and was left staring, the conceitedly at his fellowcountryman -
your name was?" i costly golden apples dropping from drank his good health' -
"My name Thinthy Thashel"Gaines his hands and bouncing uselessly When the flask was again in his
hands, the Frenchman turned it up-
threw up his hands in hor- about the platform. side down with a rueful counte- CLOTHESPINNOSE

ror. "Thinthy Suitcase!" nance. Only a drop or two leaked

The child shrieked with joy at the CHAPTER II from it. With angry irony he said:
big man's stupidity. She correctedhim "J'en volts remercie."
Has a cold pinched your
as if he were an infant "
overgrown "Huh? said Jebb.
shut-as if with
nose a
In the hurrying crisis of his affairs -
-"Thinthy Thashel" was the ? Luden's
The Yankee interpreted with a clothespin Lay a
name and no other."That's I the loss of his protector stam- laugh as he got Jebb to his feet. on your tongue.As it melts, .
beautiful said peded Jebb's usual self-control. His cool menthol vapor rises, >; <$a
a name, "Monseer he's much obligedfor
says helps penetrate clogged nasal -
Gaines meekly; "the beautifullestname Jebb threw bis victim an sorrow for Gaines' mishap was noth- the flask." passages with every

} for beautifullest girl I ever ugly look. ing to his sorrow for himself and the Jebb threw his victim an ugly breath...helps relieve that ?
?
child. '
!
saw." look, drove his fist deep into his "clothespin nose
She threw a look of confused van- nal had caused the delay. The crew I He dashed into the corridor, pocket, and with a sneer offered a LUDEN'S 5
ity at Jebb, then flattened her tiny did not descend or open the doors. I shouting to the guard to signal the handful of money to the Frenchman."I .
snub of a nose against the pane, The guards had no explanations to train to stop. The guard was slowto pay for what I -drink. How Menthol Cough DropsPerpetual sz vouchsafe, though timepieces were be found and slower to under- "
most unbecomingly, ana"watched the much?
quickening sights as the train rat whipped out of pockets in all the stand; and once understanding, was The Gaul understood without
tled into a village. compartments and passengers were aghast at the lese-majeste of stop- translation. He struck Jebb's hand Ignorance f
lest the halt ping of the Kaiser's trains sim- The recipe perpetual ignor-
Behind her back 'the men fell to worrying compromisetheir one aside, ,and the money jingled on the
talking about her: chances of making the boat to ply to pick up a passenger. Be- floor. Jebb was for trouncing him ance is: to be satisfied with your
America. sides, had not the passenger all the then and there, but the Yankee restrained opinions and content with your
"Cynthia Thatcher! That's
h for a great Jebb was most nervous of all. He by the government ordained rules, him, pacified him, and guid- knowledge.-Elbert Hubbard.
name a child, said Gaines
;
raised the window and poked his disobeyed and from the iron-road-
ed him along the corridor to his own
"she'll be an old woman before she
\\T learns to it." head out. There' was no one to wagon without permission descended compartment.Jebb .
pronounce He went into the corridorto ? gFR
question. swayed a good deal, but it E S
But Jebb was gazing at her very ask thp guards. His only answer Jebb would have stopped the train may have been the train. He H

solemnly. was a blunt "Weiss nichts" accom- himself, at whatever risk of fine and dropped into his seat dazed. But it NONE MORE DEPENDABLE
"Poor little tike! Her history be- panied by a convincing look of stu imprisonment, but there was no bell- may have been the dizziness of his
gins with a rush. She's only five, pidity. Jebb went back to his seat rope to pull, and he had failed'I to suffering.The NONE AST R
and she has already crossed the and played a devil's tattoo on the note the device installed. His wrath Yankee brought to him the
ocean, bidden her mother a long leather."I and his anxiety and the necessity of
scared little girl and the coin, whichhe mHLD'S LARGEST SELLER AJlUt
good-by, lost her father forever, hope to the Lord, nothing hap- putting them into German, choked had gathered up in the corridor
been left alone among strangers ina hold here him. He was frantic with fear, not
pens to us long, Billy, he with the instinct that leads peopleto
land whose language she doesn'tanderstand. wailed "I'll for himself, but for the child, whose
almost childishly. not pick up other people's runaway Up Again! 1
And now she is sent till I'm safe destinies were once more entirelyin
feel easy on shipboardOf hats for them. Our greatest glory consists not in
back across the ocean in charge of course I've got you now, but 1 his untrustworthy hands. Jebb thanked him for the little never failing, but in rising every
a-a man like me. We've become want to be on board. I'll take the Cynthia had come out into the cor- girl but waved the money away time we fall.-Goldsmith.
great chums already. She likes me, ship's doctor into my confidence and ridor and was staring at him in magnificently.

and I-I love her. have him lock me up somewhere." such bewilderment that she forgotto "What's a little silver to me?" he

"I've never had a child of my His all too experienced excitement bemoan her oranges. Jebb's face said a trifle thickly.

own, Billy. I never expect to have. was interrupted by the frenzy of the was pitiful. He was in the ultra- The American laughed and, layingthe coos
But I've helped dozens of children little girl. She had discovered that lonely and fearsome plight of one money on the seat, vanished to OBUOSTCUS _
into the world, and I've had hun- the station had a refreshment room, who cannot trust his own soul. his own compartment.With .
dreds of them brought to me and the refreshment room had a As he stood, alternately wringinghis complete disregard of all his IAAGE ,Vi4eoms -
maimed and twisted and defectiveand window where fruits and candies hands and pleading with the asepticism Jebb wrapped his un-
'
wounded and sick They've been were appealingly displayed."Oh wooden-headed guard, the train, sterilized handkerchief about his stso hrwu

afraid of me. and I've had to hurt see de awnjes!" she cried. leaping forward toward full headwayto bleeding thumb. It was shriekingand .
,
them. And sometimes I couldn'thelp Nunkie make up the lost time, took a throbbing, but an unleashed demon -
them at all, and I've had to see "Thinthy wants awnjes.for ickle sharp curve at high speed, and within him was shrieking and hfI1QS (SSt'l 1QP leiQ
must awnjes
them slip away from me like little Thinthy.go"get poor I lurched round it, hurtling the child throbbing too. He was sick, sick,

drowning, frightened things. violently along the corridor. Jebb too grievously tormented to bind hi? 1
Jebb answered "Nunkie Dave
"This is the first child, Billy, ever : put out one arm to catch her. He own wound properly.TO .
would love to sweetheart but the
put in my keeping that was sound put his other hand against the near- ( BE CONTINUED) Desirable HeritageAn
and well and beautiful and not train might start. est support to steady himself, justas honorable reputation is a
meant for my horrible knives. The argument carried little weightin the whipcord snap of the cars Allergic to Money second patrimony. Publilius

"I was so happy to have her. I the presence of the oranges. sent a heavy door sliding shut. Money, seemingly, allergic to a
scorned the idea of a nurse. Of "Nunkie, run fatht-buy' quick- Its whole impact fell on Jebb's great many men But rare, indeed,
course my training has taught, me come back. Thinthy won't let thumb. He managed to pull the is it to find a man who is allergic
more about children than aH the naughty old train go!I" door back enough to release his to money. But such a man has been I Syrus."t

nurses on earth. And we set out like But Jebb shook his head and repeated hand. He was used to the sight of found. Iowa unemployment compen- I
two children on a junket. I was herNunkie his reasons. The child grew other people's wounds, but the visionof sation officials recently describedthe
Dave and she was my little frantic. Jebb was dismal. his own lacerated flesh, and the pitiful plight of an Iowan who is

Cynthy. "I know just how you feel, honey," peculiarly exquisite anguish of a allergic to money He had to quit' i' /

"And then that sot lurched into me said Jebb, "but I'm afraid to riskit. mashed thumb, sent a queasy thrillto his clerking job because handling $5
-damn" him-no-poor! dog! perios ." his stomach. His knees turned to and $10 bills caused his hands to

he's like me-a decent fellow Gaines, whose heart was as soft sand. He fainted and went toppling break out in a rash.




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DR. JAMES W. BARTON '
Cyril, you've got a .pug nose. Do ,

. D I T Events in the Lives of Little"::Men ." .j j D tients I HAVE surgeon report spoken who to him had before in three one of week the pa- they"Only run: in in cold your weather"Don't family?" .. ,


blame your -wife's rela
with a' in the breast all
lump tions. Remember you chose them!
". HE.: CAM HAVE ICE CREAM, LIGHT three of whom i -,

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:- cancer.. One had "Look here, one of 'your reporters -
gone on a Euro- has misquoted me!" 't,
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with COLUMN
pean trip her ,
speech should have started. 'I-er {
family holding her -that is, I think-er-I-er_ ::,
secret (cancer with death to ahem.' "
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fl l than spoil the plans of her fam- YES, WHO DID? ,

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traveled all that distance in
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home. And the story of the ..
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1 Not one of these three Editor-Have you ever read .....}

H 1\j women had cancer yet all en- proof? /r.

) dured weeks and months of Applicant for Job-I don't be _
,' lieve so. Who wrote it? 1
-' agony of mind before consulting a
;., physician. '
h, Paired '
: ""'" Everyone past 40, "Tell me at ',once, doctor, is.it a 1
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1 with .
a persistent 'him' or a her'?" a
? lump or a slow or "It's "
'them.
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Two little rabbits walk '
went out for: a '1'
cancer, relief of In the country. After they had been .
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.ii'4 it is cancer, the rest. :;
:.: chances of removing Presently a skunk came and sat down ','i
\ a #i : the, cancer by surgery beside them. '" ;
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X-ray or radium -
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are "I say, old man, don't you think some- ,' },
SERVICE)
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one ought 'to tell him? 10;, r
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Most cancers grow rapidly. Whena "Doctor," phoned the pretty .. ;
,;. mole lump, scar, or other growthhas nurse, "I gave the patient the figs ,
A TALL, THIN I CHAP SUDDENLY WIT M& been present for months or even you ordered, but he keeps asking "
years it is only natural that it is for dates!" '
not considered cancerous. But if .,-.4.

p. changes begin to take place in these Calling His Bluff t y{
common or innocent growths then Husband-It's money, money, '. :::',1;
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,' the fact that they may develop into money. The next time you mention iiif-4

.. ';" ".;::' : .' : cancer should not be forgotten. money to me I'll leave you. .'
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Minn., in Archives of
....', -... ,,.- .... Dermatologyand -
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Syphilology. shows that in 2}, OUT OF SORtS? ';
,. per cent or more of all the condi- ;:

1 t => tions mentioned above scars, Here Is Amazing Relief of ,
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: J JBy JI moles, lumps and other growths- Conditions Due to Sluggish Bowels' .;

skin cancer develops. In"some of n __,ll., ou'Ohiia / ., If act you alDce think, just all laxatives try this IL.1II :,
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these moles and :- d
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zoz cerous growth and innocent growthare So mild, tboro ;h. refreshing, invigorating. D ,'...
pcndable relief from Bide headaches bilious spells 4
The Bell Svndlcite.Inc-WNU Service going on at the same time tired feeling when associated with 'constipation "

While the fact that the great ma- Wit limit Risk druggist.geta 2Sc box Make of the NR test-then from your .,

jority of these common skin conditions if Dot delighted, return the box to us. We will ..
refund the purchase '
: NOSE-> never develop into cancer is price. That's fair. a
RIGHT ON THEHTT7TTT
reassuring, nevertheless the fact that Get NR Tablets today .'"
some of them are forerunners or
skin cancer must be remembered.Don't .
.F 'ij. Best Beloved ,:'
A : disturb these moles scars
} or growths in 'any way, but makeit It is a good thing to be rich,
and good thing to be but'
a point about once a month to a strong
I examine them carefully) to see if it is a better thing to be beloved

any changes are taking place. by many friends.-Euripides. .
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'1J Faulty Liver Poor Little

F J. Millar WattWNU ; May Cause Arthritis SKINNY CHILDRENlook

? so pony really can't get all the fun I
f\ NE form of rheumatism or arthritis they should. For those children who need 1,
/ the Vitamin B Complex and Iron of Vinol
) that comes on, some- to stimulate their appetites Vinol has .
I r / a-C times rapidly and at other times been found helpful by mothers every- "\.
I where. At your drug store or write VinolCo.
' I 0 gradually, is what is called arthritis ., 94 S. Wabasha, St. Paul,Minn. '
.J. ;deformans or rheumatoid arthritis.
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There is some muscular cramps and
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twitching, some numbness and stiff
',. ness in the joints, some mental de- Never volunteer for nothing under -
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5 ing of various joints-fingers, knees
oft- wut : .
Wet weather increases the
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I SLI6-r h'fZE'T Eh1aItJ6rc pain. Little lumps or nodules form iLn IP I ILULUj TIGHTNESS
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] ? joints and sometimes in the jaw.
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WA5y ,g7TgctCNJAS The most effective form of treat- PENETRO. LET IT GET IN ITS GOOD
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N ; of heat, then ,exercise, then rest fora
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L time. Sunshine and. sunshine
ANY OTHER SALVE SOLD
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t&I Many physicians who do special P'.
AND
ACHES
J. work in arthritis are able to help
:.i T I many cases by a diet of fruit and NASAL MISERIES. (oPENETRO f

if't'if-,' vegetables, cutting down almost
completely on proteins-meat, eggs,
f' fish-and also on starches-potatoes, MEDICATED RUB
1 E bread and sugar. This diet is also

alkaline in reaction..
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Liver Serves as Filter.
r Brevity is the soul of wit.-
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\ : ".,;' body whose duty is to filter or remove -
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i.'H I DAY JANUARY 12 : 1940
PAGE TEX THE CLEWISTOtf 'NEWS ,

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LEGION the first flight. The next 16 low a forecast of' the present popula-I'Duff Talks- I i cide upon, several applications for

POST THANKS scorers will make up the' second tion of the city ahead of the 194.0censu's. membership
'
flight ,and the eight losers in this The percentage of city :
.
group will form the third flight, taxes paid to the end of 1939 for (Continued i, From "Page 1)
FOR AID IN
CITIZENS etc. ', ..Trophies ,will be awarded the the year 1939 is also!:: being, calculateand
winner and the runner-up in each is expected, on the basis of Corporation.The WIN I YOUR RACE

XMAS TREE PROGRAM flight. reports, to show ,a startling interest speaker pointed out the |For Business Supremacy |

i The Everglades ,Match Play on the part of taxpayers' to number of new homes that had been By Advertising .

Championship tournament has at- pay up before the discount- period built.here in the past two years and

tractedTLthe best players: of the en- ends. gave as his forecast of the future-
Clewiston American Legion Post
tire lake section during the three' the opinion that Clewiston within
for the
No. 93 met Tuesday night
regular ,monthly, meeting with, Com- years of its existence, and this year Football Awards To ten or twelve years would be a
all indications are that it will be'!': city of 25,000 inhabitants. He could
mander C. V. Parkinson presiding.: I
a hard-fought battle. The first I I Be Made At Barbecue foresee the construction of a beau
: Routine business was transacted I II \
champion wa's O. G. McWorter of r tiful yacht basin between the ridge /
c and Mr. Parkinson called attention '
I :Belle Glade, and the second winner'was and the government levee and : a
i: to the visit of the Department '
J. TV. Milligan of South Bay. ''The members of the Tiger football continued program of beautification -I
Commander Brobker
"VVm. to
C.
Both these men are still living in squad will receive their letters, to make this the most attractive Good FarmLand [
r;) the Fort Myers post on January 15
'
the region and ,are expected to sweaters and other awards on Mon- city in south Florida. In this
3 and urged to attend who I '
\ ,everyone enter the play, as will Tom Shelley, day night at an open air barbecue connection he mentioned a plan now i J I
could possibly do so. The Com
F', \ local golfer whose trophies would dinner to be held in the woods being considered to so cover the
'"', mander, instead of visiting each of
; make a neat display in any jewelry south of Whidden's Corner. The watertank in the civic park that II
the 122 of the state .is -
: posts paying
;;
store. Tom recently won the ;Ever- special award of a beautiful silver its identity would be disguised and '
i visits to one post in each district -
glades Medal tournament, and he loving cup donated by Fr., L. J. to build a band shell at tI e', base tor Rent>
for consolidated meeting. I
"'.1, a and his brother, 'Emmett, are among Flynn to the most* outstanding 'of the tower. -

.;..'' A 'discussion of the Christmas the best local players, who will be player of the season; will also be He next called attention to a
'I
:' Tree, sponsored by the 'American .
i;, in the running.The made at this time. proposal for the city to purchasethe ,
.
: Region with the assistance of the Clewiston course is in ex- their utilities here and the
Members of the squad,. parents public
rl Garden Club, was held and the cellent condition for the tournament I
have held the
arid a few special guests election to be soon for
,:.., .' fOllowing 1 resolution adopted: All greens have just been been invited to the dinner and plans '!freeholders to approve municipal I
.' f
''g WHEREAS Clewiston Post No. seeded in rye grass and all have have been made for plenty of food ownership of the water and light
3h;( 93, American, Legion sponsored a been placed back in lay. Several I I
and a merry time for everyone. plants. He urged the club to unite'in TrespassersWill .
Community: Christmas Tree in Clew- tees have been 'reconditioned'' and I urging freeholders to registerand

rt \ iston and arranged a musical program of them enlarged. The rough .
one I
to 'vote. He said that he was Be
and distributed toys,. candy, and New Office Building:
ri:, has, been recently burned over convinced that in a few' years the
fruits and nuts to the children of in "
} the' entire course is considered -
utilities could be made under municipal ProsecutedClewiston
{ ,the community on Saturday evening ,
I good shape. (Continued From Page 1) I ownership to pay all of the
u: December 23, 1939 at 7:45 In the club house, a ping-pong
of the I
I I with successive coats of wax. This .I expenses city government- I
. ,, P. M. andWHEREAS I
- table has been installed for use of .
: S rare type ,of cypress is found occa- Mr. Duff 'next mentioned the, construction ... \
the Legion Commit- members and for wives who are
sionally in Florida and does not of a new office buildingfor
-f 'tee- received invaluable assistance waiting for players on the course. I I
occur more often than in one tree the sugar corporation and This
a t-, in making arrangements and carrying ; The shop has just received a new '
in ''a thousand, and so far as is hope that the old building might
'\. out the program, shipment of 1940 clubs and bags, ,
':\" ... known has never been used in any be converted into use as a com-
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED and any equipment needed for the '
.,' large room before. The floor for munity center.In .
; be purchased at the \ And '
game can Realty
;" THAT this Post acknowledge ,the course. the reception lobby will,. be imported closing the speaker asked the I II
I heather brown English tile. This club members to help in educatingthe I
; gratitude and appreciation of its ,
,
,
,< S membership to everyone who made I tile comes in a soft brown shade' youngsters of the community DevelopmentCorporation I

fi7; :.... contribution to the Christmas Tree Vegetable ShipmentsAre and will harmonize perfectly with I against the dangers of promiscuous
t\\
tr: I Fund and especially the Board of On Increase I the) interesting black cypress walls. I shooting of rifles and damage to !

t.: :County Commissioners of Hendry The Directors' room is to have I property inside the city limits. I

.f'' : County for their sizeable donation. a "modern feeling" with walls in I' Following the regular meetingthe

rL',, c"?: BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED Reports from the East and South II wide slabs' of quartered oriental 'I board of directors met to de

: :'" that thanks be extended to Clew- Shore agricultural area this week walnut, black, ,walnut trim and "" :

\ "- '. iston Garden Club, United States are to the effect that an unusually acoustical tile ceiling."

r "I Sugar Corporation Band; the Boy large volume of winter vegetablesare The 'garage 'and service buildings, ,

;:? .Scouts, G. H. Small, John ,Kettl, being shipped for this time, of adjacent to 'the main office: build-

;:,1 'Mrs. John Kettl, H. J. Oglesby, I year and on most of them a good ing, will be located directly west FAMOU5 HOMES IN HISTORY .. '

Robert Mason, Robert George, I. I price is being obtained. of the main office building, and ., ,

\'tc S.' Bell, as well as the men ''in : English,, peas led in quantity with will contain,, the following: room ,:, ", ', ..

;:h5;:,:, {Harlem who assisted. the price ,weakest but some beans for air conditioning, transformerroom ; -: ".

11/..' Motion to adopt the ,resolution were moving at an increased price blueprinting department, 1 1 '

..,;. ., .:.was seconded and carried and the over the after-Christmas drop. large room for transfer files, .' '. : :;:- .
,:' ,tr-'" Adjutant instructed to transmit Prices, of $2.10 for fancy Black janitor's room, ,and a garage which I -

: -. 'r,. ,'copy to Mrs. R. H. Knight, Chairman Valentines ranged downward to a will accommodate', twenty-six.: cars III M/ J. ,':. '

i of Garden, Club Committee. dollar a hamper on other varieties. for the office personnel This building ,. IY'lie 'J" '
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Cabbage shipments are increasing ,has been designed

: ;; Qualifying Rounds I II and the price is now $10 'to $15a type as the main office. building, f

ton. Potatoes_ celery, radishesand and will be also absolutely fire-

I ; For Everglades Match mixed vegetables were being proof.
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(.. The architects have employed
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. .j>.. ':<: Play Tourney Start In Clewiston, G. B. McDuffie is Maurice H., Connell & Associates of "HOME, SWEET HOME"

picking, now a considerable number Miami as consulting
of beans and has also begun the engineers in connection 'with the OWN

Qualifying rounds for the third harvest of some tomatoes.At air-conditioning and mechanicalwork This was the home of John I YOUR

annual Everglades Match ''Play the Beardsley Farms more and Richard, A. Belshamof .11l. Howard Payne, author of one 1 Icrum[ NOME
i ; Championship Tournament will be- than 8,000 hampers of beans have I Miami, as consulting ,

;,: gin at the Clewiston Golf 'course already been picked and sold at I structural Engineer. The land- of America's best loved songs

u: on January 13th, and continue for prices ranging from $1.50'to $3.00 scaping will be done by United It

::. two weeks, according to plans of and picking began this week on a States Sugar Corporation, and as Let us help you achieve the security

S Bob Bair, in charge of the tourna- sixty acre ''field of Black Valentines the top soil in Clewiston is all pure

ment. which should strike the increased muck, it' can be landscaped more and comfort of a home of your own
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;: Mr. Bair states that matches will market. beautifully than in many other

? 'be made up on the 28th and allS sections of Florida where', a sandy --

qualifying must do so before that C. OF C. SURVEY soil exists. ''

:, time. Cards will be mailed all I Clewiston Federal, Savings
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};: entrants listing their matches. The I The Clewiston Chamber of Commerce I II

) lowest 16 to qualify will make up I is now making a survey of Is Your Subscription Paid? '

Uhe championship flight, and the improved property in Clewiston and I and Loan Association

'eight losers of this flight will form ,I I within a short time expects to make I Subscription $2.00 Per Year r




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