The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: January 26, 1940
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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J TEMPERATURE OF 29 I Candidate For Senator i Announces Candidacy Kiwanis Picture To DELEGATION TO ASK :.::

Denounces Sugar Quota Show January 31stThe


I Charles Francis Coe, candidatefor local Kiwanis Club will -

i LOWEST OF WINTER the United States Senate, denounced sponsor the showing in Clewistonof FOR DEEPER WATER' ,;

the quota restrictionswhich Mn.x the full length picture producedby ,

have been imposed upon the American Agricultural and ,.
Florida sugar industry, and toM Chemical Corporation next Wednes- "
., Following a heavy rain which friends in Clewiston Thursday that day night at the high school auditorium Elbert L. Stewart, Hendry coun- ;-'
was general over the entire Everglades he proposed to make, sugar 'one of ty representative, D. G. Alston, ...j

section Tuesday and bringing ,I his principal planks. I chairman of the. board of county "
The picture Is free and
nearly an inch of rainfall in everyoneis
: I commissioners of Hendry
Coe, known as "Socker" to mil-
cordially Invited to attend. Its
Clewiston, the mercury took a nose H. '
and A. Bestor
engineer for the
'readers of the
lions of American .
general theme soil conservationand
dive with the result that this morning's y.r. ?f : United States ,Sugar Corporationwill
Saturday Evening Post, stopped at
it has been rated by criticsas
was the lowest
temperature i leave
tomorrow with dele-
the Clewiston Inn Thursday night,
being fully the equal of such
1 of the present winter season, 29 gation from neighboring counties .'
s degrees at the Townsite observatory after; spending the afternoo visit- 4I government films as "The River"and to attend
h a hearing before the boardof
I''I ing business men and growers. I
others. It
was by
C of the U S. Sugar Corporation and army engineers In Washington I t '
He ,studied' farming ,conditions: the A. A. C. company at a cost of
three degrees than the
y'c only, colder I on Monday. Together with Con-
I around Pahokee and Belle Glade 70000. Lowejl} Thomas is the
i* reading of Thursday. morning; 32 gressman J. Hardin Peterson of
ref V; degrees. Tuesday and Wednesday, and reviewed narrator. Lakeland
i and Congressman Pat
'j'' The extent of the damage done I crop damage Friday. The i.I' Cliff Savage of 'West Palm Beach, Cannon of Miami they 'will makea

<.: to vegetable crops and sugar cane candidate expressed the belief that enthusiastic Kiwanian and field plea to the board for a ten foot

/.; could not be determined this morning ; if Florida could grow sugar in un- representative for this firm, will depth of the Cross-State Waterway
i <
/ but all tender vegetables in the I! limited quantities as a staple Everglades have charge of producing the pic- in place of the eight-foot depth

';: Clewiston area, southeastward to J crop, and get improved ture here. The show will take recommended by the district and
, '(;'4." Lake Harbor and northwestward to I marketing conditions for truck place of the regular Wednesday division engineers recently..

.,'' : }''r, ', Moore Haven and beyond appeared l II growers attract this 500.000 section of the residentsin state MRS HOMER TAYLOR night Kiwanis meeting and is spon- The delegation from South Flori-

,!; to have been wiped out by this can new sored by them In line with their da will
be headed
by that veteran
the next few
:".. ,*', morning's cold. The sugar cane \ years. Mrs. Homer Taylor aim for the year of promoting and ardent waterway booster from
: ,o. the restrictions from
\'. can stand considerably more cold agriculture.
I Fort
Myers, W. P. Franklin. There
: and it, is believed that the damage, i I Iy' business, such as the unfairly low Announces CandidacyFor 'There ,Is no charge, whateverand will be several representativesfrom
=. : if any, is negligible. I If quotas imposed by this administration everyone is urged to see the
county, Representative J.
' f:; T : Thursday: morning brought the on Florida cane growers, is Tax CollectorMrs. film, not alone for the educational H. Peeples and county board chair-,

:.... \;:: >- first general freezing: weather about the principal answer to problemsof features but because it is' most man J. E. Frierson will go from
. t- the :Lake and the minimum; readings I unemployment and continued Interesting in every' way. It runs Glades
Homer Taylor announcedthis county, and others from 0
:r:> :' ,, on official ,thermometers depression, Coe said. for an hour and ten minutes. the counties
week that she will be a can- along the route
<:i; Fhow'ed wide variance. A '
'. a 'thermo-/I didate for the office of Tax Col- are expected to join the delegation.Ben .
meter of the federal frost
.. :;: :: i I lector, Hendry county, __ subject to Herr, engineer for the Okee-
S\ .'. service at the John Hall, place just PLANS ARE MADE TO MILK PRICE RAISEDBY
1, '':.' southeast of Moore Haven showed the, Democratic primaries in May. chobee Flood Control, board will,,
'. Mrs. Taylor is at present chair- also be a member of the group.
: ; 25 the lowest reading for
:1 degrees
I the day around the lake. The U. ORGANIZE TEAMS FOR man of the Hendry county school STATE BOARDIN Following a survey of the cross-
board, rounding out her second term state route regarding the feasibilityof
::1 S. Engineer reading at the government -
\ I In office. She was first elected in increasing the depth of the
-1 j ) ', ;: locks, there was 28 degrees. ,
: 1936 representing Felda and Denaud
channel from
the present six-foot
of 30 shown at
Temperatures were
//J Benbow and 39 at Liberty Point district, and reelected in 1938. controlling depth, the district and

I In citing her qualifications for division engineers agreed on the
bean at the Frierson
< and a crop
t', ,..., .,,, ,'. place between the two. villages was I number of bowling enthusiastsmet the office sought she gives high towns and communities adja- eight-foot depth and disagreed on
.. I school at Harrold, S. D., Northern cent to Lake Okeechobee in Hendry, a ten or twelve foot channel and
U. S.
uninjured as were tomatoes at the the Sugar Corporation
I Normal and Teachers college, Palm Beach and Martin countiesare the purpose of the hearing is' to
.j Glen Williams farm. Clewiston, receiving station on Wednesday I
; "/ "; despite a little Ice formation and a I I afternoon at 4:30 for the purposeof I. Aberdeen,,S. D., and State Teachers affected by the new ruling of review reports from these engineers.

I } heavy frost, apparently suffered formulating plans for the organi- College, Maryville, Mo., as well as the state Milk Control board which Boosters for the deeper waterway
aterftling summer school'last seasonat raises prices on milk and milk pro- contend that a ten-foot depth couldbe
zation of teams the
little damage to 'truck crops in :and I bowling and
' Southern College, Lakeland. She ducts in the area mentioned. :The obtained with very little additional ..
There little commencement of tournament
about the town.. : was I a
I'! ....'..' f also had several years at commercial new prices will become effective expense over the eight-foot
; 'damage: on around the. lake, considered within very-short time.A -*, ,_.-' ,..: ,
bookkeeping.{ .next Monday, January29. channel and would then give the'
been due to the
, to
have; list'was first made of the organizations -
I ''
: ,With her family Mrs. Taylor spent An increase in the price of feeds same waterway across the state thatis
i fact: that the ground was which might make
' .':, :: .i wet from the heavy rains. 30 I teams as follows: Clewiston up nearly four years in Clewiston, and other items nece'ssary to the provided by the Intracoastal
I leaving ,here in '1926 to take up a production of milk are ,said to be Waterway from New York to Miami
Pelican .Lake the
: :" degrees was Merchants, American Legion, Kiwanis -
r :: ,, I homestead at Felda. the cause which impelled dairymenof and the new west coast inland
: low temperature from the Eastern Club, U. S. Sugar Corporation -
I .\ ',,.. division although thermometers, of I Royal Lumber Company, U. Mrs:. Taylor' promises, if elected, the area, which will be knownas waterway.
to merit the confidence of the peo- the Everglades Marketing Area, Although the
present controlling
1 ,' the frost warning service at the S.. Engineers, Clewiston High
"i ; experimental station, at Belle Glade School The eighth team would bea ple by a careful and efficient administration to ask the milk board to reestablish depth is only six feet this minimumwas

i ',. varied from 28 to 33 degrees. town team from Moore Haven prices. Following a hearing at caused largely by the minimum

! But the joy of having crops which agrees to bowl every other which the dairymen presented testi- water over the sill at the old St.

escape the freeze that night was match in Clewiston thus making mony on advancing costs, the news Lucie locks which is now being

z short-lived. Every indication was I each Clewiston team go to Moore STATE SELLS LAND prices were established.Of replaced with a new structure

that the temperatures this morning Haven ,one time.It principal interest is the price similar to that at Ortona which

would be higher than yesterdays I on Grade. "A" raw or 'pasteurized i gives a twelve foot minimum clear-

morning for almost :the entire day, I should.was consist agreed: of five that players each 'team and NEAR CANAL POINT milk which has bee.n. set at seventeen I ance. In most places the water-

'. Thursday was warm. But the mercury I cents a !quart, "retail and, way is much more than the ten foot
two substitutes and the of
;?,.; started coasting, about midnight names fifteen wholesale. Pints will retailat depth at this time and the only
these players and subsititutes shouldbe
and the low of 29 degrees, turned into the tournament FOR SUGAR CANEThe nine cents. Buttermilk will retail dredging which is considered neces-
came' about daylight.A com- at twelve cents and wholesaleprice sary would be in the lower Caloosa-
: mittee before the' of
beginning play. "
brief survey of the farming I will be ten cents 'a quart.' hatchee between LaBelle and Fort

area this morning indicated that Both the A' and'B.. alleys here Trustees of the Internal Other prices of. daffY' products may Myers, at the mouth of the MyakkaCut

all tender vegetable crops such as I and the new alleys in, Moore Haven Improvement Fund, at a meetingin be found in the complete listing in at'Liberty Point and at a few

beans, tomatoes, squash, etc., was: have ''agreed that five cents of each Tallahassee Tuesday, agreed to an advertisement elsewhere. in this points in the St. ,Lucie.

a complete loss but it was too early fifteen'cents taken in per line of sell 4800 acres of land north of issue. The estimated costs of the two

yet to determine the damage to play will be set aside for prize the Palm Beach Canal in Palm In 'establishing prices for the I. projects ,will not be given( out until

v., (Continued on Page 10) money, this prize money being divided Beach county, part of a proposed I i first time in Hendry county there ,the hearing but unofficial estimates

into three prizes at the end 15,000 acre tract, which, 'according I are other things which will be (Continued On Page 10)
of the tournament according to a to agents, will be planted in sugarcane supervised by the milk board such

Kiwanis Club HasBirthday previously arranged plan of di- as the elimination of the one-cow

\ vision. I. G. Atwell of West Palm Beach I dairies unless the same rigid Movies Made Of

; Party : Those businesses or organizations acted as agent for the purchasera sanitary rules are adhered to as

T heretofore mentioned as making up Dr. Pedro Grau. He did not required of the larger dairies. The Sport Fishing Here

The Wednesday night meeting I teams are asked to try and organizea state, according to news reports, dairymen complying with the ordersof

of .the Kiwanis Club was dedicated team at once and elect a captain. whether his client was at this'time the board and receiving the "Pop" Adams, representing the

to' the organization of the first I The captains of the various teams in the business of raising sugar I benefits thereof are assessed a American Fork and Hoe Company,

Kiwanis Club twenty-five years ago will meet together to transact the cane in some other country or Certain license fee and a tax on makers of True Temper fishing rods

in Detroit and was arranged bye I business of the league. This information insular U. S. possession and the each gallon of milk sold. and also the Roto Bait Companyof

R. C. Wilson, chairman of the I should be given by Mon- United States. Sugar Corporationwas Dairys accepting and agreeing to Ponca City, Okla., was here for
Education ,Committee of the local day to either Alderman and Beach unable to' 'supply any informa- the' revised prices are: Kautz Dairy, several days last week to get some

club. There, was a one hundredper I at the bowling alleys or' to M. E. tion concerning him. Port Mayaca; McCulley Dairy, movies of sport fishing in Lake

cent attendance of members at Von Mach at the U.: S. Sugar Cor- The remainder of the 15,000 acre Indiantown; Connell Dairy, Paho- Okechobee. Assisted by Bill John-

the meeting. poration offices.Champion tract, Atwell told the board, wouldbe kee; Boydston's Dairy, Belle1! Glade; son and Jerry Wilcox in the camera

J. E. Beardsley, club president, sold by him as agent for Con- Durle's.D iry, LaBelle and Alfar work he succeeded in getting several

gave a ,short talk and read a I Bait Caster solidated Realty and Babbitt Cor- Creamery' of Palm Beach and Belle hundred feet of nice action shots.
Lands 1800 acres
poration about Glade.
message from the International Mr. Adams is, making a full
I. President. Fished Here Last WeekTony and the balance'of 8,000 acres length feature picture of sport fishing -
A brief history of the twenty-five would be sold for $20.00 per acre Excavation Started For of all 'kinds in America and
I by the Southern States Land and
: years of Kiwanis progress was given chose Lake Okechobee for his shotsof
A. W. Lawrence Acetta Lumber Company. $20.00 _an acre U. S. S. C. BuildingsWorkmen
: by past president reputed world'schampion Florida black bass fishing. He
I is the offered the board and
J of the Clewiston club. He mentioned 1. bait and fly caster, spent : price made two efforts to get the picturesat
'. the date the first Detroit several days last week fishing from accepted by them. of the American Con- Moore Haven but was balked by

club received its chapter and the Bill Johnson's Camp. On his first The tract lies due east of Canal tractors Company began the. exca- : bad weather and inability ,to find
number of out Point about six miles and forms a vation last Saturday for the new
clubs and members day he caught forty bass and I an operator for his camera.
re'ognized in the International the next time, fishing just outsideof triangle north of the Palm Beach United States Sugar Corporationoffice Included in the shots made was
organization the Canal. It borders the Pelican Lake building and the scene has
this time.A gate, caught his fight with a bass weighing
Drainage District on the east and been one of great activity during
large birthday cake was pre- twenty-eight bass.Like about five pounds which he broughtto
{r is to situated that it can apparently this week. .
tented by Chairman Wilson in most sport fishermen hojeturned the boat but turned loose againin
be made easily Into a separate Engineers In charge of the work
honor of the occasion and was cut the fish to the water as order to try to photograph a
drainage unit as it has the main stated this morning that, weather
greatly enjoyed by the mem- soon as they were landed. He used jump. The fish dislodged the hook
1 era at the close of canal on the south side and two permitting, the first concrete wouldbe
meeting. I for bait mainly a special spoon of I when he jumped but the pictureswill
r Rev. Kent Pendleton installed existing canals rupning} northward poured Monday in the founda-
his own design which he presentedto remain good.
s 1 as a new club member with a Mr. ,Johnson when he left. through the entireTtiact. Another tion of the building. This founda- Other fishermen at Johnson'sCamp

brief ceremony conducted by vice- I existing canal lies. just a mile east tion, of reinforced concrete will during the past week were
I of the tract. be of wall and
pillar design.
president II. M. Bishop. Ohio
Florida tourist centers report the ,,H. K. Shafer of Alliance

Visitors at the meeting included greatest tourist invasion in the Arcadia will, stage hey; original Pensacola fishermen reported Harry Neumann and party of six

I I Rell Holstine. president of the state's history. At the present rate and only Florida Cowboy Rodeo sighting a submarine about one mile from Hollywood, C. H. Hart and

, ;, Palmyra, Mo., club and E. H. of arrivals, Miami Beach alone will I I Thursday, Friday and'$.>. Saturday' offshore but said it was impossible ,J,' M. Corskaden of Palm Beach, L.

Holstine of Clewiston. be host to 270,000. Jan, 25, ,26 and 27. to determine its nationality I i ,(Continued on Page ;JO).



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Seeing Eye Dogs Bring Light .
I Balkans Safeguard Neutrality T 1 spose trYfct lots orotker C ,

To America's Folks
Legion Blind
As Nazi-Russian War Menace Are really much worse.

ofF th't.h I

Hovers Over Northern Europe im poor tut tKen, t

I 1e t I ros/e

,I 5orf\e. rick relations
(EDITOR'S NOTE-When opinions are expressed in these columns they ,
are those of the news analyst: and not necessarily of this newspaper.) who might die

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Peace' Moves in the Balkans-at a Glance 4:;j'.

WNU Service.

Make an Heirloom

Crazypatch QuiltBy :


Dtftndtr. THE oldest, of quilt designs is

TWO unrelated but parallel ef- All ed. Should ,the western front crazypatch, yet there is
originating in London and be permanently stalemated, France: something amazingly modern in
Rome are converging in Belgrade, and Britain might have to 'invade its angular lines. A variety of embroidery
Jugoslavia, on February 2. when Germany via the,Balkans. Already stitches join,.the pieces,
Balkan states meet to discuss neu- lined up is Turkey, and through that of plain and figured silks. Several
'trality and self-defense against Rus nation the allies hope to win cooperation Throughout the United States, more than 450 blind men and women colors of'silk, embroidery
sia. The efforts: of other states. No. 1 go to school, hold jobs and manage households because educated dogs thread are generally used. When
Roman. Count Stefan Csaky of problem child here is Bulgaria, from the Seeing Eye school at Morristown, N. J., walk by their sides a number of patches have been
Hungary, which has revisionist which, like Hungary, has revisionist constantly to guide them. Here's how they ivork, bringing new happiness basted in place, sew them down
claims against Rumania, met recently claims against Rumania. Even as to lives that might otherwise be'desolate.
with Italian Foreign Minister King Carol was talking with Prince I
Galeazzo Ciano, who urged Csaky'to Paul, Turkey's Foreign Minister "
seek peace with Rumania as a Sukru Saracoglu had an emissary
defense against Russian aggression.In in Sofia discussing Balkan neutral
answer Rumania said nothing, ity with Bulgaria's Foreign Minister
but it was intimated ,King Carol George,Kiosseivanoff. V" rA ,
would be ready to cede land to Hun Result: A European anti-Nazi, i
gary after the European war. A anti-Soviet bloc may arise from
t 'few days later he met'secretly: :with, these carryings-on. First sign came
Prince Paul'of Jugoslavia, whom from Turkey, which has always suspected
Italy has been encouraging to serve' Italy. Suddenly Ankara papers
as intermediary between Hungary I turned about-face and hailed
and Rumania. M ssolini.

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to the foundation with the embroidery
stitches and then remove the
bastings. The backing is tied to
the front with silk embroidery Ir
thread as comforters are tied.
Little or. no padding may be used.
NOTE: Mrs. Spears has pre
pared patterns and directions for
making three of her favorite Early
American Quilt Blocks which she
Seeing Eye dogs take three months will mail upon receipt of name
PAUL SARACOGLU KIOSSEIVANOFF to learn their new job. A typical and address and 10 cents coin to
Mtdiator. Co-oper tor. Another cornplainer. problem is shown here: Although cover cost. Her Sewing Booklet
No. 2 contains illustrations
for 42
given the command "Forward" the
embroidery stitches suitable for
THE WARS : cruised 500 miles down the eastern dog (above) sees danger, stops, turns patch work quilts; also gift items: ,
English coast on reconnaissance his master around, takes him into mittens, neck ties; bags; table (\>
Two' Into One? flights that unnerved civilians. Next the street to avoid the manhole and decorations; and 5 ways to repair

Peace hovered over the Balkans day the allies claimed successful then (right), back on the sidewalk.It fabrics. To get this book, send
(see above), but it found little welcome ,flights over distant Prague and Vi takes weeks oj patient training to 10 cents in coin to Mrs. Spears,
elsewhere. The "Oslo group" enna. But nothing happened to teach the dogs such tricks, but they Drawer 10, Bedford Hills, New
(Netherlands, Belgium, Denmark, break the quiet that hung over Sieg learn their lessons well.
Norway and Sweden) was in deeper fried and Maginot. Both sides, _apparently
water than at any time since Sep were\vaiting for the otheto /
tember. Overnight close to a mil slip. York.'f"

lion ,Belgians and Dutchmen were In the North
rushed to the' 300-mile frontier, because
German troop, concentrations There was no' such polite warfare
were,reported on the other side. between Finland and Russia. The THROAT
No one doubted Adolf Hitler would tide of victory, which superior land Each class oj ten blind students Does throat feel
like these tiny lands; from Netherlands activity has placed in Finnish hands spends "four weeks at the prickly your when you swallow
he could bomb Britain at close since last December, suddenly shift due to a cold? Benefit
school in Morristotun, being instruCted from Luden's special for

range, and from Belgium he could ed as the Soviet,began a systematic mula. Contains cooling
throw a flank attack around the bombing campaign to demoralize its by sighted tutors under menthol that helps bring
Maginot line. Berlin scoffed at such foe. Unless Italy, Britain and actual traffic conditions. The instructor quick another relief.second.Don't Buffer Get
rumors, but why else had Nazi airmen France can rushcmore planes to Fin (left) is showing the Luden's for that "sand
made reconnaissance' flights land (which is exactly what Russia girl how to obey her dog's learn paper throatl"LUDEN'S
over the Low Countries? and Germany are trying to stop), ing "check" upon reaching the 5*
Denmark the Finns will probably be defeated curb. there is
was unmenaced for the If any sign of Menthol Cough Drops rJVirtue's
moment, but Joe Stalin was turning by April 1.UTILITIES. danger, the dog will wait until a

the screws on Norway and Swe : clear path is open, then proceed
den. Russian planes offered no apology the
across street. Resources
for Swedish island Bonneville Steel
bombing a ;
Virtue has resources buried in
in fact both Stockholm and Oslo Critics of the New Deals
power itself which we know not of till
governments were warned against program used to scoff when Secretary the invading hour calls them from
violating their neutrality. by aiding of the Interior Harold Ickes their retreats.-Bulwer.
Finland. told about the commercial electricity
It was easy to see' behind this prospects at such U. S. dams as the
joint Russo-German action." For several Bonneville, Oregon, project. Last HOW ARE
,months northern European neutrals month Harold Ickes made the critics YOUR NERVES ?
have been a thorn in the sides eat those words by signing Aluminum
of both Stalin and Hitler. They have Company of America to a 20- Cranky? Restless?Can't sleep?Tire easily?
bothered Hitler by accepting the year contract at Bonneville. Hardly Worried due to female functional disorders
British blockade and looking unkindly had this cooled before Bonneville Then try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound famous for over 60 years in
at Russia, whom the Nazis now came forth with a new idea. Why helping such weak rundown .nervous
consider a "friend." Scandinavia has not establish a small iron and steel women. Start todayl
bothered the1 Soviet, in turn, by send plant iii the Columbia river area, I
ing aid to beleaguered Finland. Observers producing iron and finished steel for Unhurried Nature I

had good reason to fear, the west coast localmarket, ? Nature never spoils its work by \
therefore, that Europe's two wars I
being in a hurry.
may soon merge into one freeforall. :
In the West While U. S. naval officers were FIRST CHOICE OF
Increased tension placed Britain grumbling about their patrol duties s: MILLIONS WHO HAVEst
and France on guard. All leaves in the winter-swept Atlantic, the in MADE IT THE WORLD'S
were cancelled and air activity increased ,ter-American neutrality committee == LARGEST SELLER AT 10? t1
met at Rio de Janeiro. ,
precipitously. Nazi planes Purpose: I
To make the 300-mile neutrality belt Joseph

around the Americas more effective, VjJJlllASPIRIN
N AMESin preventing recurrence of the Graf
Spec Columbus and Orion incidents.
the Plans: Repeating Success
news .
(1) An agreement to prevent belligerent Nothing succeeds like success.
craft from obtaining sup Dumas.
C. At New York, G-Man J. Edgar plies or making repairs in a PanAmerican -
Hoover announced seizure of 18 port once they had com
Christian front" members charged mitted belligerent acts inside the

with "conspir cy..to overthrow, put safety zone. Shoicn with Buddy II (inset) is Morris S. Frank, vice president oj GREAT BARGAINVESPER
down and destroy" the U.: S. govern (2) An accord
to keep submarines
the school and the have in this His TEA
ment. outside the zone under first 'person to a guide,dog country.
C At Washington, Minnesota's 32-. when they. except must rise,,.to emergency the first dog, Buddy /, who died recently, was trained in Switzerland in 1928
year-old Gov. Harold E. Stassen was surface. by Mrs., Harrison Eustis, founder of the Seeing Eye. Each graduate is

boomed as keynoter for the 1940 G.( (3) A Pan-American code of neutrality protected from "going "blind. again" by a special fund to provide re
O. P. convention. to be followed by all nations. placements.
C.At New York died Ralph lUtz, Many Americans, who see their ;; :


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\ d UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL: Go the Utter Limit.
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: Need Thorough SUNDAY I The special constable was: being \

LessonBy shown his.first night beat..

Health CheckBy "See that red light in the distance -
.,:,:: HAROLD LUNDQUIST.. D. D. ?" said the sergeant. "That's.
Dean of The Moody Bible Instituteof
!: I Chlca o. the limit of your beat in that' di-
' :' (Released by Western Newspaper Union.) rection. Now with it."
The new constable started off.
f' THESE days when the When three o'clock rolled around
IN 'Lesson for January 28 ''
. is becoming more he did not come in to report, nor

air-minded and a continent ors Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected did he ,show up for duty the following -
in and copyrighted by International night. Then, along about
an ocean can be spanned Council of Religious Education; used by ,
permission. 4:30 that next morning, he turnedup
about half a day, again, weary and limping.

more and more of TODAY'S JESUS DRAMATICALLY PROCLAIMS -, "Where in thunder have you ,

our boys and HEALTH HIS MESSIABSHIP been," demanded the sergeant.' '

young men are feeble response: 'That red light
LESSON TEXT-Matthew 21:1-16. was a long-Jistance moving van. .j j
considering avia- GOLDEN TEXT-Behold, thy King cometh
unto thee.-Mallhew 21:5. I came upon it 43 miles out when I Iit'stopp'ed
i ,fc. tion as a ,career. because of ,!
r a flat tire.vKeep ;
. : They feel that the professions "t
; The official' presentation of Him-

' <, are crowded and that aviation aa: self to the Jewish people as their:' Agoing

; ; offers an excellent opportunity King, ,their rejection of Him, and : ''':.
for fame and fortune. what was even more solemnly It is good to contemplate at :

During the last, war. I exam- meaningful, His rejection of the Hebrew times what we have accom- j
l nation because of unbelief-
: ined recruits for the air I plished.. But we must not expect ..j
; many flouseholdNeuis. .such are the stirring events which j ;
our yesterdays to, carry us to ,
examination that
.. service, an face us as we enter with our Lord '
: the end of our days. Life means ,
differed to some extent from into the last week of His earthlylife.
eternal striving. Raise hat \;
your ti
The first event in that
j ;,, that of the other branches of sequenceis to. the past if you wish, but take (
the in lesson for
one we study our '
service to eyesight off coat to the future.
the as ,your
today, gamely, the coming of the :
hearing sense of balance and *.
- Kirij to Jerusalem. ; J :

.":. condition of heart and lungs. -Preparation: and Presentation 'i 'J

'" Today the physician examin- .'(v"v. 1-1). Pull the Trigger on /

:,. ing recruits for the air serv- .The,King comes, but even in His, and

'-, ice or commercial service f hour.of royal triumph He gives to Constipation, : :

::", :; gives an. even more searching examination SERVE\ f' A MODEFRUIT IN HONOR OF LINCOLN'S PIE AND A'CANDY.BIRTHDAY RAII/-FENCE; ,:His inestimable;,followers joy the'of'unexplainable meeting His need.but Pepsin-ize Acid Stomach.Too ? 1 i

.-" Dr. Samuel E., Brown, M.. C.,. in, See Recipes Below 1. "The Lord Hath Need" (vv. When constipation brings on acid indigestion ,'' 'r! !
: bloating, dizzy spells, gas,coated
' He had need of disciples who
, Rocky Mountain Medical Journal, For Patriotic Parties arrange layout, of pastry stars, 1-4) tongue sour taste, and bad breath, your '!."?.(..
says: across top. Flute rim with 'fingers.I would do His bidding 'without ques- stomach is probably loaded up with cer- .".:
"In examining an aviation, candidate February, with its two famous Bake in hot oven (425 degrees-10. tion. or hesitation-"and the disci- tain undigested food and your bowels don't ,....;
should be birthdays, is a grand month for a ples went, and did even as Jesus move. So you need both Pepsin to help I :
r a complete; history minutes;'then decrease heat to'mod- break up fast that rich undigested food in .
obtained. Regardless patriotic party-with novel .decorations ,erate (350' degrees) and bake, 35i' had appointed them" (v. 6). How your stomach,and Laxative: Senna to pull 1.-.'.;.

: ? ; tt of physical findings and, unusual foods. to help minutes longer. Cool. Serve-with precious' is such obedience! Let us the trigger on those lazy bowels. So be
of make it a success. I also and do what He commands. sure your laxative also contains Pepsin. .
1k : a history ; or without Whipped cream. For a go, Take Dr Caldwell's Laxative, because its ;
tell i
I following should Lincoln, the biographers" us, gala dessert;' top with a scoop of'' 1 He needed the colt and the ass. Syrup Pepsin helps you' gain that won

.' considered as disqualifications had'a keen "sweet tooth. Children vanilla ice cream. How simple and lowly was that derful stomach-relief, while,the Laxative o
' : for; could always be need and how that a Senna moves your bowels.Tests prove the .- ;
; glorious
; Magic Chocolate.Logs.1' yet
of Pepsin to dissolve those lumps of
Piit'o@'#<:{j.. ,::,{ "1. Encephalitis bag of bonbons in /ii %: 'cup sweetened condensed plans are worked out in the little inyourstomach,to cause belching,gastric ,
'. : his pocket whenhe j acidity and nausea. This is how pepsin- ,
;. $ f. lthanca'sleepI.ng milk things as well as the great. Proph- .
izing stomach helps relieve it of such
in to
". t:? sickness-or any illness t %: teaspoon vanilla ecy .was being fulfilled here (see distress. At the same time this medicine ,
' ,' .. M' {r"0: accompaniedby visit. Fruit pies c } ,1% cup sifted confectioners'. (4x)' v. 5) by a little thing. Is God wait- wakes up lazy nerves and muscles in your ',<",

..', : <' <<': diplobia (seeingdouble were favorites sugar .. ing to' ,carry out some great purpose bowels to relieve your constipation.So see '..1
>.. ...." ,., how much better feel taking the '. .
'" :: :.I. ) and sleepI- with him, too, soyou'll coconut (toasted) I little which you by
t historically % cup through some thing laxative that also puts Pepsin to work on ;:
Dr. Barton ness because of the be Melt' chocolate 'in top of double;:: you are withholding from Him? Why that stomach discomfort too. Even fin- l
:' chances of the re- correct to boiler. Add sweetened condensed] hinder Him any longer? icky children love to taste this pleasant '
feature a fruit pie milk stir boilin'gl. family laxative. Buy Dr.'Caldwell's Laxative '-
turn of the symptoms.. and over rapidly
"Behold Cometh"
2. Thy King
-Senna with Syrup Pepsin at,your .
: ; "2. Syphilis, due to the possibilityof when Lincoln's you plan birthday ,menu. water-.five minutes or until mixturei, ,(vv. 5-7)). Though He did not ,come druggist today! ,.\
latent or late effects. your thickens. Remove from and of f
the trappings an
"3. Repeated,attacks of asthma or "Chocolate Fence Rails" .are a vanilla and confectioners' :sugar', the King of Glory ,:,
earthly potentate,
..., hay fever. novel sweet 'that'vill pay double gradually and blend' thoroughly.'I ,came to His people to offer themfor Know Through Action ':\

: ;' "4. Recent attacks of malaria, on tribute to Lincoln's rail splitting" Shape into rolls,, two inches long.!! the last time the opportunity to How'shall we learn to know our- '
fame and his "sweet tooth. Use t
=5 account of lower resistance, the uncertainty Roll in toasted-coconut. Allow; tot I .receive Him. He asks, you to yield selves? By reflection? Never; ,'w
three of the fence rails tied in a stand in'cold :several hours or j$ :
of a cure, and the sudden place: life to His kingship. What will but only through action. Strive '
bundle with bit of red white, and your,
a a about dozen. .
in until firm Makes ,two.
and extreme changes tempera answer be? to do thy duty; then shalt thou
blue ribbon for individual table favors your
s'. ture encountered in flying. Individual Sandwich Loaves. Rejection know what is in thee.-Goethe. ;F
and (
II. Acceptance vv.
., L "5. Organic heart disease. at your party. Cut 2/-inch rounds from thinly
\ : Everyone knows the significanceof 8-11, 15, 16)).
;. J" 6. Recurrent (occurring from sliced white bread, allowing 4
' iS' ,. ... time to time) attacks of any form cherry pie at a Washington's rounds for each' .' ..1.:"The Multitude Cried .'

ib;t:L of rheumatism, due to its likelihood birthday party, of course, but few sandwich. Brush'S" Hosanna" (w. 8-11). The fact that Relief At' LastForYourCovgh
people know that cherry pie a la before the week was over many of
'fY", of heart complications. one side of each )1
mode has a double historical mean- the same 'voices cried, "Crucify
X/. : 7. Paroxysmal tacchycardia ,(at. round of bread i/ s '
:,(; ing! George Washington has been Him!" should not obscure' the fact -'j
;: tacks of very rapid beating of the with soft butter. -t.(tL' I '
credited, by some historians, with that there were childlike believersv.
< heart) owing to the probability of Leave 1 round .b.1
c;' being the. inventor of the first ice who had faith in '
r ; having a'n attack while flying. of buttered bread I ( 16) really Creomulslon relieves promptly :

;. :.. "8. Stone in the kidney.i"9. cream freezer. plain to be used. for the top layer.' Christ. There is something inspir- cause it goes right to the seat of the f"I
A history ,of an operation ont You'll fiiTd suggestions ,for almost Spread each of the remaining rounds ing about that picture of enthusiasmand trouble to loosen germ laden phlegm : ,I 1
any kind of party you can name, devotion. Real faith in Christ Increase secretion and aid nature to \;, '
the mastoid bone behind the ear, or with a different sandwich filling, I'
soothe and heal raw,tender,Inflamed >
J" in my booklet "Easy Entertaining. to result in. a fervor of spirit .:
a definite history of chronic inflammation varying both the flavor and the col ought bronchial mucous membranes. ",.j
' of the middle, ear, unless There are ideas for unusual menus, or. These two combinations are which will stir our hearts and our No matter how many medicines you ;;',I

there have been no symptoms for hints on party short-cuts; too, and a good. : cities. Are we, not altogether too have tried tell your druggist to sell ":'
store of practical, tested recipes. dead and formal in' much of our you a bottle of Creomulslon with the ::;fi
.. V a period of six months. 1. Watercress or shredded lettuce; '
The fact that the boy or young With Valentine's day and Easter, Ground ham, sweet pickle, andmayonnaise worship today? Do we not need more the understanding way it quickly that allays you are the to cough like .;''J
ahead, and birthdays in 'the offing, enthusiasm for Christ and for
adult has a history of any of the i holy or you are to have your money back. 1
.; above conditions does not mean that you'll want to add this' useful, inexpensive Deviled egg sandwich spread I His Church? CREOMULSION >:

he should give up the idea of tryingto booklet to, your kitchen 2.. Olive-nut: filling 2. "The Chief Priests and Scribes f;

fly; some of the above conditions library.Lincoln's Minced pimento mixed with Were Sore Displeased" (w. 15, for Coughs,Chest Colds, Bronchitis /

}' can be corrected by regular and Birthday Menu. softened butter 16)). Small wonder, for not only had J
" Salad Sandwich Rolls
"r persistent treatment. There are Potato Olives Sardine sandwich spread the children'put them to open shame Two Tests
some of the above conditions which chips "Frost" the top and sides of each, by recognizing the Christ whom they

... cannot be corrected sufficiently to Apricot Pie sandwich with cream cheese, moistened had ignored, but He had in turn What we can do for another is ;.

.' permit flying but in which treat- Magic Chocolate Logs to spreading consistency with, ruined their' polite religious racket the test of powers; .what we can j

: .'. ment can be of considerable benefit. .Coffee*' a little salad',dressing. On top, ar-j which 'produced for them such a suffer for another is the test of 'I'

range a sprig of watercress; and'' a! lovely profit.: Mark this-when any- love,-Westcott. .1:
Menu for
Patient a Washington's Birthday slice of..''stuffed olive; to resemble a one displeased with Jesus or with .1

Apoplexy Party. flower. Serve 'on lettuce leaf with .''His true children or with His work
Individual Sandwich Loaves J iR
Must Live small, sweet pickles. ,. on earth, you can be sure that there Y4.
Normally Potato chips Sweet pickles"Cherry crf
r Tarts with vanilla ice cream Cherry.Tarts. is a reason, and not a holy, uprightor

., 0 NE of the difficult situations for Reception Cocoa 3 cups red pitted cherries (with' good reason either!

," the patient, his family, and his Salad Roll Sandwich.Slit juice). ; III. Judgment and Compassionvv.

physician is when a patient regains long, plump, soft rolls down '3A cup sugar ( 12-14). i

consciousness after his first stroke of the center, not quite through. Scoop 2 tablespoons.-flour 1. '"Jesus Cast Out and Over- -lg

apoplexy. This is understandable out a ,little of theb 2 tablespoons cornstarch threw" (vv. 1213)). 'He knew whereto rJ i3ottl '

because the patient, family and phy- /" inside. Brush 1/4 teaspoon salt .,v begin to cleanse the city. He
sician all have the same question in with melted butter 1 tablespoon lemon juice started in the temple. Absolutely
mind "Will there be another stroke 1, tablespoon butter Hiding Thought
1 and heat. right is the man who 'suggested
and when will it occur?" j Stuff with any desired Drain juice from cherries and that the place to start to clean up a Language is simply a mediumfor

A second stroke, may never occur salad sandwich heat to boiling point. Mix sugar, city is not in the slums but in the concealing thought.Tallyrand. -

and yet it may occur within a few spread. flour, cornstarch, and salt, and add churches. You will be ready to clean .

days, or cot perhaps for years. (Don't try to push to the cherry juice. Cook until out 'the tavern or that other low

: What should be the attitude of all the sides of the sandwich together thickened, stirring constantly. Cool place where the gang' hangs out'in

'. concerned after a stroke occurs? again!) Serve on' a lettuce leaf, and slightly and add lemon juice, but- your town after you have cleanedout

I Dr. O. C. Perkins in New. York garnish with olives. ter and cherries. Pour into baked the church. The same is true GOOD

State'' Journal of Medicine, says: Apricot Pie. pastry tart shells. Serve with of the individual. A regeneratedheart STORES' \

; "When the patient regains con 1% tablespoons quick-cooking whipped cream. will bring' a reformed life, not LARGE uu
'1". sciousness and realizes that he has tapioca vice versa. some C

,. : had a "stroke," anxiety begets fears % cup sugar Send for Copy of 'Easy 2. "He Healed Them" (v.14). The $1.20il6O
j :, and there is the element of worry % teaspoon salt Entertaining. hands which had just .overthrown -

I : to treat. These patients should not 1 tablespoon butter (melted) "Entertain often, plan with very the tables' and cast out the

'. be kept in bed too long. The physi- 2 cups cooked dried apricots care, and have the best time of money-changers.now gentljr:touched

:t cian should take the patient into his (drained) anyone there," says Eleanor the lame and the blind with heal-

confidence and explain what has 1h cup canned crushed pine- Howe, ,in her clever booklet, ing. The eyes which had blazed RHEUKlATISKCTekVo

: happened." apple (drained) "Easy Entertaining. In it Miss with holy indignation now shone with

A tiny blood ve eel is broken. Rest 1 ,cup apricot juice Howe gives! you some clever hints love and compassion. The scene of
:';' "- will heal it, and that rest of mind 1 recipe pie crust 'for the modern hostess. She gives and chaos became the
; :, and body, and eating small meals Combine quick-cooking tapioca, you menus, too, for almost every house of and of answered II IDEAS II
.-:'i;.,.;" will prevent a rise in blood pressure sugar, salt, butter, fruit, and fruit kind of partyand: with them, her prayer. On the very spot where one L NEW

";-'" and so prevent a stroke.' He should juices; let stand 15 minutes, or while own favorite tested recipes for man had received condemnation, another ...

be told that the improvement is like.'h" pastry is being made. Line 9-inch party foods. To get your copy of received healing. Each one are your guide
to be rapid for three pie plate with about % of pastry, They bring youtoday'
ly or four this booklet now, send 10'cents received that which he sought by his
weeks, but then slowly rolled % inch thick, allowing pastryto in coin, to ,NEWS about the food you eat and
: progress "Easy Entertaining, How will dear And the to
action. .you, my; the clothes you wear. place
for a number of months. This extend 1 inch beyond'edge.. Fold care of Eleanor Howe, 919 North reader, meet Jesus-as your Judgeor I find out about these new things is rightin

\.0 .) will prevent him expecting too much edge back to form standing rim. Michigan Ave., Chicago, Illinois. as your Saviour,?, You must make this newspaper.
-J in a short time. Fill with apricot mixture. Moisten ..
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The Clewiston News bob sled parties. My, father 'claims 1 and additional facilities. to be with us and remember the The bus, driven by' Robert ,
this is the first time since he was General Manager Strleder has dates this year: January 30 to I
George makes a trip to the :
a boy that we have had a Beige been hard pressed to take care February 10. The Florida State line west of town, circles back"by

Published every Friday In Clewiston like this."' of all the exhibitors demandingspace Fair and Gasparilla Carnival in the sugar house ,and through I I
Florida, by the CLEWISTON: NEWS. We are' pleased to record here this year and they are bring- Tampa. I Hooker's Point and then back to t'

Inc. that the Clewiston gardens haven't ing more beautiful, more elaborate Clewiston. After discharging this

suffered from the cold, the vege- displays than ever before.It CHARLES FRANCIS COE load he goes east to the county I,
KEATHLET DOTVDEX, Editor : Is the best balanced show VISITS HERE TODAY
tables are still fine, and Easter line, circles back through Hooker's
llllies are blooming already. Mrs. ever assembled, with ,splendid ex- Point for the second time and then
Entered as second class mall matte Downs' callas are lovely, too. The I hibits in every department Charles Francis Coe, of West back to the ''school. The two trips
February 1. 1327. at the Post Office in other morning my gardening neigh- wonderful poultry show, a.great. Palm Beach, candidate for the are
Clewiston, Florida, under the Act o! made each day in an hour and
March 3, 1887. bor-Christine Kolstad-who has cattle show, a marvelous art exhibit Democratic nomination for the of- five minutes, twelve stops being
convinced me that gardening, like more complete and comprehensive fice of United States Senator is made on the first trip and sixteenon
exhibits of State and in Clewiston today in the interests
Snbseriptcon other forms of genius is 90 per the second. '
Per Year.
Rate $= 00
cent 'perspiration and 10 per *cent Federal government departments, of his campaign.Mr. I

Advertising Rntes On Altpll ntJoo. inspiration-set out some' pansy 'an outstanding display of woman's Coe is accompanied by his Marianna, Fla. Approximal/ly\

plants she had bought in Belle work, a splendid' school and, edu- son, Allen S. Coe, and by Kenneth 150,000 slash pine seedlings were

Devoted to the advancement and welfare Glade the 'previous morning". Late cational exhibit, the finest cigar Ballinger, well known attorney. and obtained for planting by Jackson
of Clewiston and Hendry County. in the afternoon 'of the same day building ever presented and num- former newspaper man. County farmers during the past

she went out to water the garden, erous other features-too many to month. County Agent J. W. Malone .J

and so help me, one of the pansies mention-twenty-two brand new I EDITOR ATTENDS PRESS>> MEET made arrangements for the farm- ;
It's cold in Florida but our had a wide open blossom. modern exposition buildings jam- ers to buy them cooperatively.. f/j/
northern visitors would have to the doors with Interest- rti
It ,reminds me of a statement packed to Keathley Bowden left this morn-
take a plane or boat southward to attributed to one of the New. York ing things to see. Ing for Winter Haven to attend a 1 i
The grandstand show this year meeting of the directors of the .
find a spot any 'warmer. artists brought to Miami to help ,
with the making of "Gulliver's is all new and different and you Florida Press Association this after-
:" I don't want to miss it. Better reserve noon and the Press Breakfast given i
Note to fishermen: The bass are Travels. The artist said every- iI
biting in fine style now if you have thing was so lush she was afraid to'stand your seat now for Gasparilla by the Orange Festival officials to I iI
still for fear she, too, would Day and Shrine Day for there is Florida newspapermen tonight. I
nerve enough to face the north' take roots and grow. II no better place to see these great

winds off the lake. We ''love to quote such commentsto I parades and special events than 143 PUPILS ARE On his public record, then, :

those not blest with Florida's I I from a comfortable seat in the CARRIED BY HUS, ; t'
Do your part to get the bowling climate. We will admit that cold grandstand at the Fair Grounds. he shapes up well. That I

tourney started. You' owe it to weather such as we had 'last week I Gasparilla officials have been Records for the month show that record. is what appeals to 111

yourself to have the' fun it will end does not please us in the 'least. I working for months'' on the plans the Clewiston school bus Is now' I I Ius.

give you. Guess our trouble is we have it for their gigantic arid colorful parade carrying 143 students each day, an St. Petersburg In- l
so seldom :we are not prepared for I which today ranks with the increase of six over last: month dependent.
Not many 'Glades farmers will it. A few years ago we had a I famed Mardi Gras of New Orleans. when the average was 137.
get crops by through the present negro cook' ,who ''went to South The most beautiful, colorful and

cold weather. Those who do are Carolina each summer to visit her I artistic floats ever. constructed will

doubly lucky for the price shouldbe mother. One year she went late be featured, while bands, drum PAID

excellent. and overstayed her vacatibn, so corps and marching' bodies from TJTTTTT" 'I-TI

cold weather caught her there. She I all over the state will participatein Do you knaW'
If the British and French armies POLITICALANNOUNCEMENT :
wrote for money to come back to this great gala event. The famed

.were composed of Finns we'd Florida on, and added the pitiful pirate' craft has beep put ,in con- how ems't

never have to worry about someday plea, "please,' ma'am, send me the dition and on Monday, Feb. 5, it > :

having to help take care of money, 'cause this weather; don't will sail up the bay ito capture the could be to

the Germans.A suit my clothes." city, as did Jose Gaspar in the !
The other day we talked with days when Tampa was a tiny fish- FOR TAX COLLECTORI bU' or
visit to the Nation's Capitol Helen Knight who had just returned I ing village. buy;
wish to announce myself a can- !
should always be a pleasure but from the Democratic executive I've been an official and director didate for the office cf Tax Collector, refinance a
we- can't be of Hendry county subject to the Demo- ;
someway envious meeting in St. Petersburg. We like 10f the Florida: Fair for over twenty cratic primaries in.. May. .
the delegation leaving tomorrowto to get the women's slant on things years, and I want to tell you that I am now completing 'my second home with f
appear there Monday before the anyway, and Helen gave us a num- I never in the history of the organization term as school J board member. cf ?
Felda and DenauQ district, an officeI L
engineer board. ber of interesting. sidelights on the I or in, the history of the have tried to fill conscientiouslyand Ou/L planFULL -
meeting. The Democratic :women City of Tampa, has such a magnifi- faithfully.My t C
Another fine building is under- hope to stir up' more' concerted I qualifications include high
cent spectacle .been planned as the school and college training and
way for Clewiston as the new office action on the part of women voters, 1940 Florida State Fair and Gas- several years spent doing commercial

building is started for the U. S. S. and plan some sort of event in each I' parilla Carnival. It is ,truly Ameri bookkeeping.If elected,. I promise the people a DETAILS GIVEN... \ J

' C. And in a few short months the county specially for the women. ca's greatest Mid-Winter Exposi- I careful, efficient' administration.Your WITH NO 'OBLIGATION f i
Clewiston Inn will have to look vote and support. will be
Helen has a little donkey bank, tion, and without question. the one .
to its laurels as, the most beauti- which was distributed at the meeting outstanding event of Florida's appreciated.MRS.. HOMER TAYLOR. 1
ful building in the 'Glades. with the admonition: A pennya I, winter season. Buying a home j

day will keep the elephant away. I of your own is II
Those who have seen this great
Politics are opening up a little Did you know, or are you as I show In other years know what'' a' FOR SHERIFF. the finest type
and Clewiston had its first visit ignorant as we were, that 52 per
splendid ,event it. is, and those_who I I wish to announce myself a can- Of.thliftCewiston
from a candidate for a state-wide cent of the votes cast in the last I have not seen it just don't know' t didate for re-election to, the officeof
office today when Charles Francis general election were women's Sheriff of Hendry county, subject
what they have missed. Every the Democratic In
to primaries May.
Coe and his 'able campaign manager votes? Candidates, please note. { Federal
I am makingthis race solely on my
I Floridan and Florida visitor ,
Kenneth Ballinger called on friends every I r.record of law enforcement and fair
II should visit Tampa during this dealings to all and I assure the peo- '
here. Mr. Coe is seeking the posi- Savings and Loan
I Gala No matter I ple of Hendry county that the policies -
eleven-day period.
tion of United States Senator'in .. . . . . of this office will not change.
1.M.N.N.N.N.N.N.M.M.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N N.N.N.N.N.H.N.N.. what day you come, 'you will find I Your vote and support will be appreciated "I
opposition to' Senator C. O. I I Association
special events of interest. So plan
Andrews. H. L. DELANEY.

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To Classify !f f.r

THEY READ THE 'NEWS .:..:..:..:..:..:.-:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.;:.. :.. .:..:..:..:..ri" ..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:.;:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...................)
'f" Last week Charles Benson inserted By RUSSELL KAY I -N:: ; : ; : ; : :

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a classified advertisement in ..N.M.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N NON.N.N.N.N.N.M.N.M. .:..:. A:
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the News hoping to find a Shaeffer '. :

I: fountain pen which he had lost. That famed "little bird" that I :;:::;:: ( r .', ; ;-.; :: >, :::i: 1

: This week he told a representative goes 'round'telling things, alighted .:.'i. ",;' ..'. y- .
AN :
of the News ,that he had not found on my shoulder last week long ++ .:. :::::: i
-: the pen as yet but 'wanted to tell I enough to whisper in my :ear that I .:..:. ,-,' ,\ ., ,-. "" ";," .:..:. !

t us that people did read the paper a genuine "surprise" dark horse :;::;: ;: ':' ; >f; .... :::::;:
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(''- for there had been any number candidate for the governorship j :.2.:::: ; 'S"J:, ALL ELECTRIC 'I ,:.. .+..._.. !t

ti who had.inquired if he had as would announce shortly. I j ..:..::. ". ,,:;'.' ., .' ... s.: ;. I r
L : yet found the pen. He hasn't asked :- He is with :::: '''' ; "
.' a young man' an enviable : 'L f' l :!::!: f.
:T for his money back because the business record, possessing, a'!I' .:" .. HOME .' '" .. ...... :
, pen wasn't found. sound knowledge of law, an able I :::::: .' :: ', ++ !
f"; A similar ad was inserted a few speaker with a most' pleasing I ,
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weeks ago for a lost article and personality who will, have ample .:... t .
,'J'f. the article was found before the financial backing and strong sup-. .:..:j AI' :::::: 1xx '
paper was distributed. You can't \ .
port. ...t.
\ '
beat that kind of service. .s...' ...:. I
While fairly well known in fraternal : : i
'.'. circles and in his own section, :;::;: ElectrIcIty is the mQdern servant;, a servant that- :;::;: t

he will need to be sold to the average :;=:t:;:' takes care of both the work and the pleasures of the; ::::;: '

,:" .:-:..:-:-:-:-:-:..:..:..:-:-:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. voter, but he plans a vigorous j I
campaign and will "get: around" to f j :=::;: home and- one that will do everything quickly, efficiently .*.*.

> RAMBLINGS appear before election in every day.town and hamlet 'I ...t.;:....::. and economIca II y. :::.:.'::_:.: 'f

t.:{,- By B. B. WHO ? ? Well you' guess! I :;: One penny will toast 26 crunchy slices of toast, or ::::

r.X..X"HX..X..X..X"X"X"X' little So time much, to for think politics.about I'll such have for I I :;::;:: give your eyes two hours of safe, reading light or operate :::

fi; Well, this is full moon and ac- ''the next three weeks for I'm booked ** your radio for most of a day- d-ELECTRICITY is :!::;: '
';, cording to the lord and master of to help George Burr with the
: :;: thing that the of it that :::!: ;
the household the weather should Orange Festival this weekwhichof .... one gets cheaper more you use. ..... .
Yr settle down. Every day for the course includes the "Press .:...:. ,:. : "

past"it'll week be warm when again I've hopefully tomorrow said I Breakfast"-and that show actually take my sizzles' word this fort I! ::::::: That is why it is so easy to have and enjoy a home :_: : !

believe," he' explained that the year. Politicians who can't "take .t.+_+. that is all electric and mo d ern. :::::::: !i:

T weather wouldn't be settled till it" had better stay away. But its I yy A t.t.
.. ..
after full moon. And I am about all in fun and is intended to ...:. ....!. t:
convinced. teach the boys not to take themselves .::.',:' .:" .f ,
While we've been complaining too seriously. y. _
fearfully about an occasional drop I Then right behind that comes :i:_:: ELECTRICITY IS YOUR CHEAPEST SERV- :,1::_:: I

in temperature to near freezing the Florida State Fair :in Tampa ... ....

(the lowest here was 34 degrees) -eleven big days and eleven big I ...t.:.....}. -. ..t.!...!... .. 'l
comes a letter from the cold, cold I nights. Everything new and differ- :

", North. Jo. Wright, who revelled nt. Bigger and finer county ex- :.;:.:.+;:. ANT-USE IT EXTRA Y AGANTL Y" ,.::..:.:.:. ;,

so in Florida winter gardens we hibits than ever before. Three ':..... ...... r'
.:. ..?. :
cannot quite picture her snowed in great name band, including Eddie ..i._f.:. ..! .t. I
t for the winter, writes "the tempera- Duchin and Hal Kemp. A regular .!..:. .I'":. :
.. : :
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ture this noon is 10 degrees below whoop-wow of a rodeo, bang-up :. \ .:..:.
'c zero. We have been in the throesof I automobile races, Lucky Tetcr with l .:..:. !

snow, ice and cold weather since I a new bill of heart-stopping, thrillers 'I ..;ij}. 44., ..::....:.. I

I_ r Dec. 26th. Every few days that will keep'your hair on end .:..:.

have a little more snow so it con-j for two solid hours. .
tinues very beautiful. The streets- 'The Florida State Fair you knowis

unless they have been scraped are the third largest in America andIs 1 Glades Power and Light Co. f f i
so icy the cats must creep along. located within a few blocks of is

The temperature today is the low- Tampa's thriving business section. .".
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est we have had. "
< have done The grounds,,have been beautified: AAyA
lots of tobogganing and sledding with oircnehtal plantings and t yh AA
The bob sleds have been ._.. :._. ....
hunted never looked better. Ever so many A h

are up-the coining farmers who have them improvements have been made, including .; h:.. ..:.+:..>>>:..)(..:.:..:t(.:..: ? X.:..X.....X..X..X ..X..XrX..XMX..X..X..X MX..Xxx .....!. ..........-...............;.....................ee: :..h
as Is
money: everything new buildings, new gates :;.;.x..; x-x-XK-x-r: +x-x-XK-c-x..:.x-x-:.xxKxxr: : +x-XK+

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.I Murphy bands Owe ; tied question that drainage tax..1 lm i II mlrnl![ V mIDJI J IhiBllllh lmlmlll I liIII!!II !!!ml lliI"!" Western America's top hand cow Tampa fbr the first. -annual rodeo to "
I liens were not affected. '- boys,:champions and' championship be staged by the Florida Stote-Foir: :

'R.F.C.'For, The RFC ,has a considerable' interest WITH 'T'HE Iii contenders In wild west feats of beginning Thursday, Feb. 1 at :.i ti'I:
Drainage '
:i : i at stake, because a large skill. anddaring,. will gather In Tampa.
amount of property in districts to Churches '' !
3 Is 'Attorney's='Glaim I i i'jl '
which It has made loans were taken

over by the state, under 'the Muj-. Llllllrntlllll1 liid
.4 -.:.- phy law. -provisions. .Loans made: !i I I limjlllilmllijilIIm! ; !! !fW mimml/iiilm!II /! IiIIV11[!6 FOR.oRE-NT or

: Drainage district taxes still stand '
the RFC to Florida drainage
"'jl: against lands taken over by the districts, Campbell, said, have en- ST. MARtiAKET'S CATHOLICCHURCH : :SPACE IN THIS PAPER
0 ; :Florida .
state of, under the Murphy
abled the districts to cut their
RCA. Lawrence J. Flynn, Pastor =Will Arrange To" Suit '
.: delinquent tax l law, J. Bowers bonded debt an average of 70 per .
::. Campbell, attorney for the Reconstruction cent. ,
:; *4.' 'Finance'corporatt'on' .said Mass each Sunday"morning at I 'GOOD NEIGHBORS: -PRICES TO

.! .1'} .} in an opinion given .to officials. of GONE. WITH THE WIND 8 o'clock, ,excepting the last Sunday FIT YOUR BUSINESS -:;:
: of the month when the time Is I
in "
} the Interbay Drainage district
. .:.; I TO :SHOW IN W. P.; B. '
! .': ,fr.. Tampa this week. Campbell came : I 10:30.. j .
; Confessions are' heard every Saturday I
.: there from Washington to study '
. :;: the effect of the',Murphy' law on theRFC's Tremendous interest: in" the"nio'vi evening .from ,7:30 until 8:30and ;'
;"Gone With The'Wind' which has
before''all'the Masses.
'/J $12,000,000 worth of loans
been showing in Miami has 'prompt-, 1\rass I
.:: \r to Florida drainage districts. ; Weekday every morning at
ed some to go there to see it and 8:00 o'clock. '
; "As I construe :the law and the .
. others' seeing it when
to plan on Devotions In honor of Our Lady
opinion of the supreme court hand- '
to West Palm Beach.
it comes of Perpetual Help are 'conductelFriday
:: ed down in a Haines City case last has been made '
Announcement at 8 o'clock followed -
evenings ,
; week, Campbell said "the state there'next' LI
that the'pictuIe' will start ,
by Benediction' of the Mlost
C'.'i. did not get absolute title Murphy .Friday: February 2, and con:: Blessed Sacrament.Religious .

}': law lands. The lands passed to the tinue through Wednesday,' February \ Instruction Class for
state to the tax liens of I
.. : subject : Theatre. All
'. 7,' at the
children morning at nine
. :.:: drainage districts and,. in some instances seats for Sunday's ,:matinee and Sunday"Mass e' ) fCLUDIf1G' TRX :
here in Clewiston; and after j ,
of ciUes."ThereCore .
will be reservedat
night performances in Pahokee. .
\. \ anyone who buys t $1.10. Other matinees, one each f The Mass schedule of ,Pahokee is I NOT 4 DMITTED 5 ,

Murphy law lands from the state' afternoon,. will:be; se Jity-five: 'cents..DAIRYMEN ; 10:30: every Sunday, ,excepting ,the
I must off these ,liens," he opin-1 .
pay last Sunday 'of the month, when I
l. I Mass is at eight o'clock. The pub TIME \

':'k'-{ :y Campbell said the RFC had re- He', regardless' ) of 'religious, belief, ., 8.157V \:| ,,:
, ceived reports that the supreme I Perry, Fla. :Eleven; thousand I is always:welcome in this church.. I
kudzu crowns were planted on 25 ABUSES'
:' court decision in the Haines City'case .
wiped out all drainage taxes acres for ''pasture" 'purposes' ; during '. BAPTIST CHURCH I 111'7TK \ 'LEA V COKriEK CLEMATIS

on Murphy law lands. In that the, past month, by :one Taylor', County \ Rev. ,H.:.<. G. McLeroy, Pastor r 'AND DIXIE START/MG EVERYTIVEMYMiVWES 7P.W.

'. ;. case, he said hey s 'prepared tol dairyman,.' ; according to'; County. j ." "

'. attack the validity of the law in :Agent D. D; McCloud. The' samedairyman "Sunday. school, 9:45, B. E. Herr f
. is.pfann 'ng to ;
; federal court. After a.study of'1 ing supt.Morning. I .
: 25-acre, tract,In- kudzU,-in:: then t. ; ;-;
\?e; /fF the courts ''opinion, however, worship at 11:00 a m.. :

5F 1;' :;s: said he considered it to be a set-1') ar' future., :.pastor In charge. I '::;ri,
.' l n
; : Evening worship period beginning ,

..:........... .........".."......................... .._.._............... ...M................'......._.......!.......,...,...... .......... .. ..........-.v--.. ."..:...........;..:.. at: 7: 30. 'p. m. ; .,

's' s Auxiliaries meet Monday as :

""T :_: Report of Condition of .. ; usual. I e'i ,, <

Midweek services Wednesday. .':J:1 ;
:i: ---FIRST' BANK OF 'ClEWISTON ;Teachers and officers meeting 7:30.

y Prayer meeting at 8 p. m.

:_;:: of.Gl wi ton in the State 'of '.Florida-at. the ':i= COMMUNITY' CHURCH: I 4y' ,

:_: close of business December 30, r939 :: m.1
:: on ::2.. The worship hour is at 11 a. "

t Xs The topic of the sermon will be I ,
:: ..s.s .'
'. -
"The' Christian
.. I J.s. The choir director .is J.. E"'I: '!.$ -" _. '. .' _:. : ; l- .s: 4.J--, {' : : :::

!' :t: Loans and discounts _..............._.... '"..:_..::....:... b $ 85,919.66 :;i.: 'Bearsley and the pianist is :Mrs. :1 I 'i'I r 1,_
4. United ., \
States Government 'obligations. .S- J. H.. Doty. I
:i: direct, and gu ranfe d._..:........_::..:,.:.... J 83,900.00 :_ : it
The Bible school at "
; Obligations of States and .political subdivisions !- k convenes 1 .Let Us
' :s: .......;:.....: ..:.....:............:.....,..:.....:. .I 26,455.87 :'i 9:45 a. m. and the superintendentis I : .
1.+ :?: Cash,- balances with''othotbks;!including :!: B. C. Flaniken. I
:. reserve balances; ndttic'ash.iteins; in'x .:. The C. E. society meets 'on'-Monday I "

process of dollectI :......."';' ,_:.;:........ 223474.25 :i: ,' at 7:30 p. m., Lee' Pridgen is I I \ ,' : 'Su ply"l 1 ou'WithWTND .
w., ::: Bank premises owned. .....:...-.-.....:.,..........:......:...... '.$'[!(.2;!Jl0.49! :. the president.:_ and... the 'programleader | :. .; ,
" ;y .2. Furniture' and fixtures, ,..-....'. .-...................:.d.L!'(. ;296.934287.42" ; { will be Dick Owen.KENT : I j .:' ,
z Y; : :x: (Bank premises "owne'd 'are'-s bject to $ Aa. PENDLETON, | ..

+.i No liens not assumed by', bank) .;: Minister. .f:. '

i 1' ,: :' Real estate owned'o'therthanbank'prenlises: ,. 5389.01.'i. -
; x Other assets .......:..........-.................'............ .. 336.36 A ','k: }
. ..!. TOTAL ASSETS' ...:.:.............:.:.:.:.....:........... $429,762.57 .;. South Clewiston :: f

.:s i: LIABILITIES :.i=. Services .Every,;Sunday: .. RUL.ED FUR:MS.LETTERHEADS .

., .2.' Demand deposits Iota' individuals;1 'partner'ships _. Sunday school at 9:45. 'I 'S t

::: ; and orp rations ................:....... ,1265827.29. :x: Morning worship at 11 a. m. ,",_ : .. ..
{-: .:i.' Timee',deposits. of individuals; partnerships, 'c"- .;. Young. Peoples meeting, 6 p.' m. I .' -
'"; .!. arid corporations ......:... .......:....:._....... -.- 57.00 's. Rev. M. M. Dudley, director. ,' ;. :
:x: Deposits of United States Government (in-, :: r.- ENVELOPES
: Evangelistic services', 7:30 ( _
. .;. eluding +tpost-al.savings) ".....................'... ,. ( 10,000.00. I. p. m. ,' '
;2; Deposits of States and 'political' stibdivir . .t: Tuesday evening service' 7:30 p. :. "i;,: : "' \ .- ,. '.',

r x .2. SI.ons. .........,.....:.,.....".:::..:.:_.:..::......:..h.:..... r'\'-. 106,222.58 A m. I ..' .;" .. ;/.BILLHEADS' I .t, .' .". .., i_
' + Other deposits tce'rtified" and officers' ..$:rI'" .2. Friday evening service 7:30 p. .. ,: |'. ;.

2 i ;s; checks. etc:') .;...................................... 1.470.01 Ix:: m. -L :
, .s.s. TOTAL- DEPOSITS ..................................$383.576.88 I.:. The public is .cordially' invited to HANDBILLS ', '
::: Mortgages. or other liens, $ None on'.bank r ::; attend all services. : ;., ?, :;:/:'. ,- I
.:. premises dnd $ None on' 'other! real ; .s. M. DUDLEY, 'pastor. ,. : .' : .,'("\' .. 't ;' I .
.2. estate' :s: i ;, '1." ,.

.f Other liabilities Dividends payable .............. 750.00 :. .
:;: TOTAL- LIABILITIES (not. including :x i: Worthy Matron Visits I I '. ETC. i.

i' :2: subordinated' obligations" ,below) r 384326.88 t '"
: I t,' .
s ''Moore Haven' 'LodgeMoore .
y .
:_;:: CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ::: I -low
.!. .. .fAt.- a price -surprisingly ,
;_ Capl tal.......................................................... '. $. 15,000.00, : s:. ( -Haven Democrat)
;:. Surplus ............................................_............. 20000.00 :A Mrs. Donna J. Hainline' of Pen.

, ."., -,: :::: Undivided profits .......................................... 10.435.69 4.; sacola Worthy Grand Matron of

: :::' TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS .............. $ 45,435.69 :.t:.. the Grand Chapter of Florida. '
.. ::: Order of Eastern Star, made her
;; ; ACCOUNTS ................................_........... $429,762.57 .;I official visit to the local lodge on
:::. '. ,::: Common stock with total par value ......$ 15,000.00 :X;: Wednesday night of,, this week and

| IV the meeting was described as one
of 'the' best ever held here. Quality Printing
t ': y. Pledged assets (and securities loaned) '. y The lodge hall was beautifully

1'.s., (book value) : >'l[$?l"r.. 1.S. decorated for the occasion with
Y.> ':4.;: (a) U. S. Government obligations, direct ;..: .' f :SX ;: many varieties of cut flowers anda .
: t and guaranteed, pledged to secure :....c y number of out-of-town visitors .
1" .' :X: deposits and other liabilities ........ ,', '. ::. $ 54500.00 :X: from other chapters added .
Y Y (b) Other assets pledged to secure deposits '_ .- .*. considerably to the interest and
X and other liabilities (includ- ;
.*. notes and bills rediscounted f '" pleasure of the occasion. Those who
} ;? : : ? : met Mrs. Hainline described her as PHONE 39 AND
; : and securities sold under re"p\irenase : :: :|*
r l .:' X ,agreement .............---............w.............. .' : "<,< 13,000.00''X. having a very. ,gracious personality

}f,;. ;41;; (e) TOTAL ..:..............................:.....,._.._.... .'," .,-$ 87,500:00': y ahdr.bharm' lwhlbhendeared; her to ., OUR REPRESENTATIVE .
:. .t. Secured and preferred liabilities:' {r. .v :X: all. I
L.r. + (a) ',Deposits 'secured by "pledged' assets '.' i -.*. Following the chapter. meeting refreshments "I WILL CALL TO ASSIST YOU .

: 1.:..< *:* pursuant to requirements law.. 67500.00 :X: were served and a so-
,T'.. ". .;. (a) On date 'of report the required legal .r" X; cial hour enjoyed .at the Woman's .. ,
.1! ; -, .;. reserve: against deposits of this bank .{- Club clubhouse. :'

:": :$: was ........................................................ 76,715.37 :X: Visitors aside from the Worthy
:, *> (b) Assets" reported above which were .*.

", ,,,. ':j i* eligible as legal reserve amounted to 237874.25 yX : Matron West included Palm Beach Mrs. Doris, Grand Mengesof Instructor LET US ESTIMATE ON ,\
I' '
I :. .. I, Elbert L. \ Stewart, Cashier, of the above-named bank, do X for the 27th District, Mrs. :
:':'. .y: solemnly 'swear that the above statement is true, and that it :y W.. 'H. Frederick of'\ Punta Gorda, YOUR NEXT ORDERCLEWISTON -'''.:
.: j : ; :X i: fully and correctly represents the true state of the several matters :X: Grand .Instructor for the 16th DIs-
, ., .. herein contained and set forth, to the best of my knowledge and X: trict and Mr. Frederick, Mrs. Kate M.
. t belief. : '
Mills of Tampa, Mrs. Florence King,
.. j';:.:; ,:X;: ELBERT L. STEWART, Cashier. :$!: Mrs.' Edna Thompson, R. L. Thompson -

; :X t: C. V. PARKINSON, *yy and Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Varnerof

,1. .'- C. L. DOWNS, .|:. Fort Myers, Mr. and Mrs. T. S.
.:t:,:{;, ;$2;. JOHN S. COTTRELL:: Directors ..s.f Griggs of Punta'' Gorda,. Mrs. Louise "

: :" :X: State. of Florida, County of Hendry, ss: y Lipscomb and Mrs.: Ruth Allison. NEWS'.

;:. f 4:.. ,;-A;. Sworn to and subscribed before me this l,8tlday? of :January, ;:%* 'of. Clewiston Punta Gorda.members and visitors

:-.s. 1940, and I hereby. certify that I am not an officer'Or director. <.
:X: of this bank. ? attending the meeting were Mrs. A. CLEWISTON FLORIDA'IJIt
Y (SEAL. E. J. Shelley Notary Public.t.:t.: W. Lawrence who has the officeof

.J.I g; My .commission expires January 17, 1942. Notary. .Public. State. yY Martha in the local'' lodge Mrs.
: .: of Florida "Large. X: A. R. Broadfoot, associate matron, I II
.. .
: .: ', ......j... .......... A.II.Ai'J1"... ... "... ...........' .. ': ': ..}.1 Mrs.z Jr. H.. Pressley and Mrs. Ruth I I _
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Work Beginning On No Admission ChargedTo Jackson Day To Be propelled by power, thus insuring a for the registration >of>. electors In
the following ; -
high degree of safety. Following

Conservation of Raw Fort Myers FairThe Celebrated In All preliminary tests, engineers and Parker Precinct T. Wilson One Alston's, District Drug Officer.Store ::1
scientists will attempt to explore the Precinct Two Cities Service Station, I

Lands In Everglades Parts. Of FloridaState mammoth springs at the head. of the Josephine Precinct Three Johnson.- LaBelle District Drug Officer.,,.Store, ,
Southwest Florida FREE Silver river. Wade M. Cartee, District Officer r
Precinct Four. Denaud Post Office,
Fair will be held in Fort Myers r Mrs. Clyde Crawford District Officer

Erection of a system of dams the week of February 12th to 17th Chairman, Arthur B. Hale, Precinct. Five Felda Post'Office,
and spillways in the Everglades .May 'Atchley, District Officer. :
announces through .
Inclusive. This year no admission JOHN L. '
conservation. program Bowen, Managing Director, with LANDOWNERS OF SUGAR LAND Supervisor of Registration,
this charge will be made at the front
late month
get under way Headquarters in the Adair Build- DRAINAGE DISTRICT Hendry County Florida
recently by C. K. gate and everyone is admitted free. No. 23 : -
is was stated ing at Jacksonville, that funds for I I -Jan.19-26. Feb. 2. ,
Davis, project engineer with the It is expected that 40,000 to 50,000 the State and National Democratic Notice Is hereby' given that pursuant 1
Conservation Service, in an people will visit the Fair throughout to call of the Board of Super-
Soil party are being raised in 'each of visors of Sugarland Drainage District -' i
address before a traveling con- the week. The Fair comprises Florida's 67 Counties. the annual meeting the land-
ference of national, regional and exhibits from five counties, name- owners of Sugarland Drainage Dis-
per cent of the money raised this trict for the 1940 will be
year held
state agricultural officials at its ly, Charlotte, Collier, Glades, Hendry I
year will go into the coffers of the at the office of said District In the
night session in Gainesville. and Lee, and exhibitors are busyat : City Hall Building, Clewis ton. Hendry -
State Democratic Executive Com- County, Florida on Tuesday, Feb- Good FarmLand
Tractors were sent into the uncultivated this time gathering prize fruits ,
ruarv 13. 1940. at
mittee and seventy-five per cent to ten-thirty o'clock
lands of the Everglades on and vegetables for display. A the National Committee. A. M., Eastern Standard Time, for I
January 16 to test them out and number of local communities will the purpose of ;
The drive opened on January 8th, 1. Electing Supervisor for sf
would also exhibit home canned pne :
see what, if any, retreading products, at which time other States -throughout term of three years. '
have to be done to enable themto tropical fruits, citrus and vegetables.A the Union held dinners at 2. Receiving annual reports. and .J.f
work in the muck, Davis said. number of State exhibits will taking such action with respect
$25.00 per plate. The Florida thereto as the landowners determine; lor Rent '
The Soil Conservation Service, again be featured including the and
Day Committee elected to
which is cooperating with 'the State Marketing Bureau under, the allow each County to stage the 3. Transacting such other businessas
Everglades Fire Control Board: direction of Hon. Nathan Mayo;; :the. may come before the meeting. b
type of celebration most suited to
plans to install retaining dams and Fish and Game exhibit under R. BOARD OF SUPERVISORS"orSUGARLAND 1
the people of ,its,, County. Some are DRAINAGE
spillways about every six miles L. Dowling, Supervisor of the, State DISTRICT.By .
holding barbecues, while others are
along the canals for better distribu- Board of Conservation; the United having dances. : F. DEANE DUFF, I
tion and retention. of excess. water States Sugar Corporation of Clew: President. i
I In this manner the rank and file Dated January 19. 1940. f
from the canals and rainwater iston; the Gasolipe Inspection Lab- '
of the Democratic Party in Florida To be published In Issues of .January r
which falls on the undevelopedlands. oratories under ,the Department of I 26, and February:: 2. 1940. Trespassers 1W
can participate where"$25.00 plate I .
Agriculture, and others. : r
dinner would, have eliminated large Yq I .f;' '
Another part of its two-point Some of the finest livestock' in numbers of our most sfaunch Demo- Will Be

program aimed at the intelligent Southwest Florida will be featuredand crats. NOTICE OF REGISTRATION

use of all waters flowing in the additional pens are now be- The State Committee appointedby ------- ProsecutedClewiston

Everglades area is to raise the water ing constructed to take care of the DISTRICT REGISTRATION BOOKS
Governor Cone and
representatives open from the first Monday In February -
level in the canals, particularly in I added entries. A splendid poultry of Senators Charles O. (February 5th) and close first.

the undeveloped areas, to or above I exhibit will be seen including. all I Andrews and Claude Pepper are Monday Hours in these March books(March are to 4th be). kept 1\

the ground surface elevation. This types,, of poultry and water fowl. as follows: W. Branch Cone, open are from 9 00 A. M. to 12 M. and
will prevent run-off and seepage ,. The schools are cooperating wltk Honorary Chairman; Arthur B. from 2:00 to 5:00 P. M. \

from lands into the canals, and at a larger and finer exhibit of handi- Hale, Executive Chairman; FredH. open COUNTY in the REGISTRATION Supervisor of Registra-BOOKS I

the same time prevent loss of the craft in the various grades.On Kent, Treasurer. tion's Office at the Court House from ;
fertile raw peat soils. Submergedlands the first Monday In March (March
Children's Day, Tuesday, Congressional District ViceChairmen 4th) to and including third Saturday Realty And ,j I
will not be lost through February 13th, schools will close, are: First District, J. W preceding first primary; which is
either fire, natural oxidation, or allowing the children to visit the (April 20th). Closes midnight, ''April: .,-
Dupree, Tampa; Second District,
wind erosion, he declared.Dr. 20th.Hours DevelopmentCorporation
Fair. Special attractions have I
Robert M. Avent, Jacksonville. these books are to, be .kept
.. Wilmon Newell, director of been arranged, for that day ,and Third District, Harry Fannin, Pana- open are from 9:00 A.: M. to '12:00
the Florida Experiment Station, in shows and rides on the Midway will M. and from 2:00 to 5:00 P. M. each
ma City, Fourth District, D. C. day, Sundays excepted. (Chap. 19663
introducing Davis, reviewed the be 5c to school children up to 6:00P. Coleman, Miami; Fifth District, Acts of 1939). l

history of the Everglades an'd its M. The Crescent Amusement James W. Perkins, DeLand. The registration books of Hendry 1 : ,
development. He said it had been Company is furnishing shows and Other members of the State Com- I County, will be open in the Precincts I I ::4'Ii

reliably estimated that 10,000 years rides for the Midway and a cleaner mittee include: J. C. Clements, Ft.

were required to form the 'peat and better
, deposits existing in the Glades. He this year than ever before. No Stein Jacksonville; Herbert E. ; .

says this area is looked upon as a gambling of any type will be Wolfe, St. Augustine; John 'Rush, '
great national resource which tolerated.The Jacksonville. F., Deane Duff is the FAMOUS N4ME5 IN NIS'r RY ; i

I could, in emergency produce food Zacchini Brothers of Tampa County Chairman for Hendry County. .1. :.,-I .'

f enough for nearly half the nation's will furnish the grand stand acts : .' ': -,

population. each afternoon and night. Their, j I ?

Davis paid a high tribute to the feature performance is the, human '{'r. I
work and advice of Dr. Newell, and cannon ball act in which two of ; ,
the brothers shot simultaneously Largest Diving Bell I I ; :
declared that no projects in the are ,- y.. ,, ,
Everglades would be inaugurated from a huge cannon 100 feet \

without his approval. He said that In the air falling into a net. The Now At Silver SpringsOcala ., '.', '
22 million dollars have been spentIn Tampa Fair has featured this act \1f ); _' :... :!:._t:. i

draining the Glades, and con- for 'a number of years and the .' 0';,<. ':
servation activities now getting Southwest Florida Fair is fortunatein Jan. 24.-The largest sub- ;" ,-,C;; ;j.-. \

under way are aimed at keeping the being able to present this act marine diving bell ever constructed, ikt glom -
oft i
uncultivated soils there so they to the public this year. This is larger, than the one used so success- ,

may be available when needed. their first performance outside of fully on the Squalus, was carefully "HOME SWEET
Tampa. lowered, into the subterranean I

Bob's Bowling Alleys depths of Silver Springs last weekin OWN '

a test dive supervised by the This was the home of John Y urn :

Proving PopularMoore The cold weather of the week has bell's inventor, Gene Max; Nohl, well Howard Payne, author of'one HOME
prevented the final finishing of the known submarine engineer, accord-

alleys which is the application ofa ing, to the Florida News Service.It of America's best loved songs i

( Haven Democrat) coat of varnish and wax to prevent -
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is the only device of its kindin
Bob's Bowling Alleys were open- damage to balls and pins from Let us help you achieve the security i
the world and is equipped with 12 .
ed for use last Saturday: afternoonand the rough concrete. R. C. Farnam, '
despite the fact that the winds owner of the alleys states that the windows around its top rim, eachof and comfort of a home of your own ; !!
them 12 inches in diameter,
blew from the north and the after varnish and wax soon peel off when '
large enough to permit 12 men to
noon was raw the aIleys'were kept applied in cold weather. Meanwhile -- I
busy until well after midnight. the balls and pins in use are comfortably observe and photograph I

Play has continued almost constant old equipment which was purchased submarine life on a scale never' be- Clewiston Federal Savings :

during open hours through the past from an abandoned alley in Arcadia. fore possible.An ;

week and the sport' appears to be The new equipment is on hand and unusual feature of this new

taking as strong a hold here as in will be used as soon as the weather: bell is that 'it normally floats on the and Loan Association :

other communities. J permits finishing. I surface and will only discend when I

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Perry Hall spent Sunday in La- R. J. Blount Mrs. L S. Bell, Mrs. J.M. CO USE GIaMr Scientifically Broken LcnMc :
Fitted and Repaired Duplicated ,
I Belle visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. Hall.. Herman Davis, Mrs. C. R. Kruger, DR. }i". D. GUDBAUUOptometrist :
r Mrs. H. E. Walker, Mrs. A. D. Counselor and Attorney at Law ';

Personals ] Miss Virginia Jordan, Mrs. R. Dixon, Mrs. W. H. Warren, Mrs. Hopkins Building .. I
Wednesdays and Saturdays Phone 198 5 Collier Arcade :
1 Kingsberry and Miss Mary Markette Leslie Miller' ,, Mrs. B. H. Cuttlno.' 0:30 to 4:00 Fort M>'ern, Florida :
: Successor to K. H. Oakley .
spent the week-end on a trip to Mrs. A. W. Dodge, Mrs. C. E. \ '
Nail, Rev. and Mrs. McLerdy and
t the East Coast. They visited Mrs. I
Campbell E. Nell made a business Miss Mae Lily Stone.,
trip to Nassau this week Markette, who is confined in a
. hospital in West Palm Beach, and THE A and B '

Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Hatch and spent the night in Pompano with OFFICE, MACHINE- SERVICE Sandwich 7
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spent Sunday in Fort Myers. '
family; Miss Saundal Watson Sunday the CO
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entire group attended a showing J. B. WILCOX IS NOW OPEN FOR SERVICE .;i 7Refreslmlents
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Sias spent Typewriter and Adding Machine
of "Gone With The Wind" in Miami Rcpnirn and Service
Sunday visiting Mr. Sias' father and I AIRo Sigma of All Kinds while you Bowl on the A&B Alleys
and returned to Clewiston Sunday 401Johnson's
brother in Homestead. lox
: Sandwiches Coffee
evening. II I I Ii Cold
: Dr. and Mrs. J. P. Higgins and Cigarettes Candies TobaccosOne

children spent the week-end in .I GIRLS' AUXILIARY MEET trial and you'll return ,

Fish CampNear .
Miss Elizabeth "Wiiin, James and The Marguerite McLeroy Girls' < .. '. : '. .- .'''- .- -': .;" -:: .J:' r: ':;:3!{; ; f ;; ... '
Owen ,Winn and Don Miller were Auxiliary met, at the home of the. ( Hurricane Gate)
; visitors in Miami Thursday. counselor, Mrs. McLeroy Monday Clewiston, Fla. sIL s-
afternoon. At this meeting Laura Boats and Motors-Guide Service _. _. '. ': ', : "': ::,:' .- .' ':, tJ :. ,, :.u ': -' '.:' 'if-\,: ;-" ,".""
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Mills, Gene I Bailey passed her maiden test and Rates Reasonable t
'": and Bub Mills, ''spent Sunday in received her armband. :; Winter Is Here
Fort Myers. Members surprised Laura witha W. H. Mgr.MECHANICAL ...
handkerchief shower as a fare- .
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well. She is leaving this week to .. but .. .
:, Wheeles had .
Mrs. W. T. as a .2. .jj;
make her home with her grand- =
visitor_ last week her daughter, .::- :.:.. "JJ','
mother in Clermont.At
Mrs. J. H. Boyd of Leesburg. STRUCTURAL:
of the meeting refreshments -
the close Will Follow
were served to Barbara ARCHITECTURAL DESIGNS jij Spring

f :. Mr. and Mrs. E., M. Cornette, Broadfoot, Betsy Springer, Doris Maps Estimates .:.
Edythe Nell Cornette, Lee Pridgen Hodges, Elizabeth) Winn and Laura JOHN H. DOTY I .z.: ::: ;j
and Eugene Cornette, attended the .2. ..:.. ",
show in Miami Sunday. Bailey. Engineering Consultant Our has complete 1
: store a line
-" ----' MRS. H. H. TURNER HOSTESSTO Hopkins Bldg. Clewiston, Fla. 'l

Mrs. J. E. Lovvorn ,of Okeechobee CLUB : '
spent Sunday here with ,Mr. and of spring style leaders from :_i: i

Mrs. Kcathley Bowden and Mr. Mrs. H. H. Turner was hostessto ..
and Mrs. C. J. Lovvorn. members of the evening bridge FOR MODERN PLUMBINGSee I 1;
whIch choose
club at her home Wednesday. A .W. U. McCOLLUM to ==
Mrs. Wade Hampton, Miss, Billy lovely bath towel was awarded Mrs.C. Plumbing and Heating A::: .:. :

"_ Hampton and Miss Ruby, O'Bannon E. Nail for high score prize, Schult Apartments .;. t ,1
r' '' of LaBelle were visitors here Sun- and ,a similar towel to Mrs. B. J. Clcwlntoii, Florida .z. "J

day. Schroeder for second prize. Cake, =.!.= Cold Weather Is Soon Over =i= ',
whipped cream and coffee were ,
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'.. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Zander and served.
. ''. '. '' Mrs. Frank Zander of Okeecfiobee I Those playing ,were Mrs. Nall, Cash Bargain Price I : Plan Now Fox Warmer Days : i

:, were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Schroeder, Mrs. R. C. Wilson, A ..
'. Mrs. Wallace Arey. Mrs. Blanche Turner, Mrs. R. C. $875.00 I .z.A ;.
Nowling, Mrs. W. H. Lanier, Mrs.D. A ea
,;' Mr. and 'Mrs. B. E. Herring and G. Alston and Miss Mae Palmer. LOT 20 BLOCK 170 A'Y

,, son, Bernie, spent Thursday evening LOT 3 BLOCK: 203 Y
r \ in LaBelle visiting Mrs. A. B. SPAGHETTI SUPPER A SUCCESSA LOT 11 BLOCK 381 l I
Hunt and Mrs. J. D. Baigrie. All three, centrally located in PARKINSON'S j

large number of Clewiston Clewiston-Only $875 cash A
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Couse and residents attended the spaghetti W. GIMPEL :z

I Mrs. V. Gram of Moore Haven were 'supper given in Belle Glade Thurs-: 325:: Cedar A"e., _, THE COMPLETE STORE 1:;i:

dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wil- day evening by members of St. Minneapolis, Minn. .... iP...
lard Simpson Monday evening. Mary's; Altar Society, Pahokee, Al- .. '._ _-:. .. ,.w.' ". S;!OO .; :i'; :, .':TE'if ': =:m' : C "_:-.' ='" ::' J,
though returns from ticket sales I

;.ti;,;. Miss Mildred Durst is' leaving this are not complete, the proceeds have ..
afternoon for Miami whereshe, will amounted"well, over one hundred '" \ : ( ;,.J

spend the week-end with a group dollars, with all' outstanding bills

: ; of friends from New York. paid. ,Father Flynn and membersof ', I
. St. Mary's Society wish to thankall : Tremendous public accept-
' Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Terry of those who purchased tickets
Miami spent several days over the or gave special donations to this ance of the 1940 Chevrolethas
week-end in Clewiston visiting their event.
nephew and niece, Mr. and Mrs. I brought in the finest stock

EIGHTH BIRTHDAY FRIDAY of used cars in all history.
c, Mrs. M. L. Arnold of Calientc, I
Nev. is expected to arrive tomorrow Kay Bowden celebrated his
,% for a visit with her pa- eighth 'birthday Friday with a

: rents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hendrik- party at the home of his parents,
'4 sen. Mr. and Mrs. Keathley Bowden.
Bobby Berner won prizes at bingo
Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Branyan, who and bowling. Ice cream and birth- a '
moved here from Pahokee in the day cake were served to Shirley I t 6,647,437

t;' fall, have gone to Georgia reside. Tarleton, Anne Prewitt, Shirley I people bought used cars and
r'"s Mr. Branyan was manager: of the Benbow. Carline Berner, Jo Ann trucks during from the ChevroktdealosL tail four years.p .
Western Auto Associate store. Crouch, Shirley Owen, Bob Smith, '
", ry, 4 Richard Knight, Jimmy Johnson, "buy Wher.Millions Are Buying"I

Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Mabry, Tampa, Alfred Dodge, Bevoly '. Flaniken, P
and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Berry, Gene Land, Skippy Cothern, Kim I .
White Plains, Kentucky, were recent Kolstad, Gene Mills, Bub Mills; Joe
':r guests of Mr. and Mrs.. Fred Schroeder, Harry Vaughn and Vol-
Topper. ney Robbins.

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Allen of West ,EDUCATORS HERE l I
',; '. Point, New York, were guests Wed-

nesday night of Mr. Allen's brother, I i James T. Wilson, president of
Dan B. Allen and family The I I the Florida Educational Associa-
visitors were' en route home aftera tion and county superintendent of
1 visit with relatives in .Home : schools of Dade county and James .

stead. S. Rickards, executive secretary of FIVE REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD :'
j the F. E. A. were the luncheon BUY YOUR USED CAR FROM YOUR
Miss Eleanor Flynn was among guests of County SuperintendentS. Ou'll\\\ CHEVROLET DEALER!IONSwN
{ the Clewiston residents attending A. Graves and Prof. R'W.. Turkat ( '( o'll\ Your Chevrolet dealer offers
J the spaghetti supper in Belle Glade the Clewiston Inn Tuesday night. r EpS G 1 the finest selection of used
\l and the best values.SASE .
5 Y sort. cars
1 Thursday evening. Father L. J. y'

t ,Flynn spent Thursday in Belle WOMANS MISSIONARY HAS \t\ce\ ;et tOsc\\t\to\"s..",e 2 from You can your Chevrolet dealer car
Glade assisting with final arranger PROGRAM MEETING TUESDAYThe '11t tote tf e'e with confidence.
ments for the affair. C -"ctottof Your Chevrolet dealer employs -
3 the best reconditioning -
"j --- program meeting of the Wo- .' foOt\ Qctce tie..\ttef. methods.
Mrs. A. R. Broadfoot the C. ,
"j spent mans Missionary Society held at 1 .av .
: t4 '" Lowest possible prices commensurate -
I .J" week-end in St. Petersburg, visiting the Baptist church Tuesday ,after. YourCHEVROLET rl ,\,/\"tet'e"se'co" 4 with quality
i her sister, Mrs. Wm. Laffin, noon was given over to reports c"c a S eo"\"o.'d m f.

1 ... who has recently moved to Florida from the state Baptist Conventionand DEALER Sp'1t dltlyOUt pot'. 5 firmly YourChevroletdealerstandsi behind every used car
','. from Salem, Mass. It was, the to the graduating exercisesfor i dePtelJ fit he sells.Chevrolet .
'r sisters' first meeting in fourteen a group of Sunbeams, who Sa'YOUt da'- ,,0'\/' Dealers are Headquarters

,,, < years. iliary.were promoted into the Girls' Aux- IS NOW FEATURING THE c.;J.pVE Sev C on yaVttola for USED TRUCK Values! .

'sa..K Mr. and Mrs. John Hughes, Miss Mrs. Herman Davis, counselor of 'It 9tb
Catherine Maguire and Missi the Sunbeam group, was in chargeof GREATEST USED CAR sp
i Margaret Elder were visitors of the exercises for that group and
::1 Rev Father L. J. Flynn. Mr; and presented diplomas to Harriet Als- .
:.:} Mrs. Hughes are residents of ton, Betty Dixon, June Colyer, AND TRUCK VALUES:

": .1. Philadelphia and the Misses Maguire Shirley Kruger, Jeanette Dobbins, I
and Elder live in Atlantic City, N.; Carolyn Robin, and Mary Kaihrine

"tj,;: J. Dyess. The group was welcomedby OF THE YEAR . : .
:, Mrs. Arch Hodges, G. A. counselor ,
i L Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Shelley and iI .
-'i.: Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Kelly left Saturday Rev. H. G. McLeroy gave an Interesting ,' ,' "
,. r for a business trip, to Chicago report of the recent 'State \ ( J
'! and, Peoria. They will attend a ,Baptist Convention which he' and
trade "road show" of the Caterpillar Mrs. McLeroy attended in 'Lake !

showing manufacturing the various new corporation developments -, land.Mrs.. A.,_ R. Broadfoot presidedat I CLEWISTON MOTOR COMPANY

I.. in road and farm equipment. the meeting and the followingwere I.
They will also visit in Cedar Rapids, present: Mrs. B. E. Herring,.
J and will ,return to Clewiston in Mrs. E. M. Cornette,' Mrs. Arch '
about two weeks. ; : Clewiston Florida .. ::
Hodges, Mrs. Carawan' Nelson; 'Mrs;.l'I t.

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Necessity Not 'jMairrnal'

The old saw-"necessity is, the
mother of invention"-gets a- scientific -
knockout from Dr. RobertK.
THE Merton, Harvard university

sociologist. Countries which are
often considered to be the most

.0. needy invention, such as densely -

populated India, have relatively
little invention, he says.
By RUPERT' HUGHES ', Need may act' as a "foster-,

O RUPERT HUGHES-WNU SERVICE mother," he admits, by directing']
inventive interest 'into certain'

I ------- :channels, but it does not accel-
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erate the rate of discovery. He
SYNOPSISA "It is in the vilayet of Kossovd. It "Wh?" said Jebb feebly."I teached the Engleesh, the Francais, ,says the factors that make for invention -

is not far from Nish." have crossed the'mabeyn.." the Roosian, the.to play, ,to sing to are; free transmission of

passenger on the Nord-Express. with "Uskub! Nish!" he wailed. "Kos- "The ma-what?" paint, to dance. I am become, very information, rebellion against tra-
Ostend as his Immediate destination. Dr. sovo! Where am I? '''What is a vila- "The hall between the haremlikand wise lady." ditionalism, willingness to (accept .;>
David Jebb him Is bound is five-year-old for America.Cynthia Accompanying yet? Why do you call me' 'effendi'? the selamlik." "Five years I am live with this new ideas and rigorous criticism.

Thatcher his charming temporary ward. My name is Jebb. How on earth didI 1 "The more you tell me, the less I hanim like her bes' belove' child. Scientific. Monthly. I
On the train they meet Bill Gaines. former get here? If I am on earth." know," said Jebb. One day I meeted wife of, a Bey;'
classmate of David's. He tells Gaines of "The effendi is on earth-very "The effendi has much hungry. ,I she tells her husban' that I am,beau
his mission and tells him of his one terrible
vIce-an overwhelming desire for liquor. mucK on earth, but how he gets theenk you listen better after you tiful so much I must be maked as
Jebb feels the urge coming to him again here, that is perhaps more a won- have to eat. I dare 'not have such a present to the Padishah heemself.So I

father and wants is dead to safeguard and whose the mother child whose is in der to me as to the effendi. Per- poor food as we have bringed by Raghib Bey he buyed me." < i

" America. During a stop. Gaines leaves the haps in his time the effendi weel in- all the slaves, but only my own wom- "He buyed you?"

train for a minute. The train starts Injured up. form me. I am but woman, it is, an, if the effendi excuse." "Yes," the' Veil. answered with a
without him. Then Jebb is painfully
In a minor accident. A fellow-passenger perhaps pardoned if I have a curi After Jebb had eaten he said: certain pride. "They Bey gived me \
revives him with a drink which osity." "Tell me, why I brought you and to the Padishah, on the anniversaryof
makes his desire for liquor all the stronger. house such the KiIijAlaivh did bind
danger. n they
;,\ At the next stop David and Cynthia leave The voice mothered him now: your ,
the train. David begins drinking. The next "Then I shall not derange the. "If my husban' should find that I the great sword of Othman on'him." BABY CHICKSORDER .
thing he is conscious of Is a strange sort effendi with the impertinence have talked with you, he would keelus "And who' is the 'Padishah?" said
,.' of chanting. He looks around dazed and poor, weary r
sick. A door opens and in walks a strange- of 'to make questions. I tell both. Jebb. J s YOUR CHICKS EARLY for ...
"Your husband!" And now it was She gasped at this.: "The Padi. January and February delivery and we
{. looking Negro. you what I know. Last night there will include 10 or more extra chicks per
( was great storm here :in Uskub. I his turn to betray 'a flaw' of re shah! You do not know who he is? ]00. Write at once for detailed Informa
HATCHERY. Rockdale,
'I'. CHAPTER IIIContinued5 was much afraided of the storm, gret. "You are married, then. ?," He is the Sultan, the greatest of all Bid., Pikesvillc P. O.Assorted. -: .
;,' but it is beautiful, too. I am watch- "Yes and no." kings," the shadow of. Allah on
ing through my window. I can just "Yes and no?" earth. '
l" Leaving his slippers outside the see the road over that high wall. "My husban' did not raise my "Oh!!" from Jebb. C'HICK" S'., tested. No hea7iesblood-cripplesNo -*fj J Q ft

f. door, the fellow padded over to Jebb Great flash of lightning comes and veil after the ceremony. I was a "A year I did lived in the haremof Send culls] 100 postpaid *
Money Order for Prompt Shipment
Ii:"', and with soft, fat hands adjusted in the light I see man-it'was the ef gift-wife, and unwelcome." the Khalif, and then the Valideh Live Dcliv Guaranteed

if:; the pillow under his head. fendi. He is walk in the road. "A gift-wife!,." groaned Jebb, "I Sultana tells'that I am again to be ATLAS CO., 2651 Chouteau,St. Louis,Mo.

t "He wants me to die comfortably Whence you corned I don't know. have a splitting headache." given away as, a present, this, timeto ,

.'. ," sighed Jebb helplessly. You are there. You look very wild "Shall I tell you who I amfromthe a pasha and to be really wife.

.. Then the man shuffled back to and staggering. You fall down in beginning? Minima is my name.Suddenly My heart leap up for'of coorse, a ROSEBUSHES r

:'.' the corridor and lugged in a brazier the meedst of the road. Then dark- woman is nothing if Allah does' not ROSES:. Finest quality two year field
make her the priceless, gift of. a grown.; Low delivered prices. Ask for
I: full of glowing charcoal. Squatting' ness. I was more afraided, for I list and prices. LANG ROSE NURSERIES
child man-child.
about it, he began to brew an ebon thinked first of some djinn." a My new husban' BOX 929 TYLER, TEXAS.
is then great"man
rising in
;'. syrup. The voluminous aroma floats "Some gin?" echoed Jebb.
the world like
:: ,: ing to Jebb announced it to him as the sun himself. But
"Yes djinn the demonyouknow
sometimes the clouds come before RAZOR BLADESUSE
'. coffee. I watch again and a new lightning the sun reach his zenith.
I'',' "Poisoned, no doubt," thought shows the effendi lying still in "Hussein Fehmi Pasha is THE OUTSTANDING BLADE VALUE
.' Jebb. But he was so sick, that he the road no demon, but seeck FINE SWEDISH
poor very poor; he was a khanji's boy-, KENT 7 Single Edge! Blades or'10 C
roc did not'much care. man. I clap my hands hard. Jaffar, you do not know what that is-a CUPPLES COMPANY 10 Double, ST.Edge LOUIS Blades,' MISSOURI

} "Where am I? How did I get here? who sleeps before my doorthesame khanji is man who keeps a' khan-

I What country is this? Who are who is wait upon you this how you say, a little ,inn. But he ..
e:' you?" morning-he comes at my call. I is too brave for to make the beds Friday the 13th

t ., But the answer was a falsetto tell him to bring the poor effendi ,and cook ''the coffee, he becomes .

": gibberish in which Jebb, who was into house. At last he goes out the soldier and is rise. And the Padishahcall It is that'the
}r.., something of a linguist, could find no : gate and brings you in. I see' you, him to the 'Yildiz-Kiosk and generally believed
": kinship to any language of his ac you are very seeck and do not speak make him decorated and titles him number superstition 13 has connection reference'to with the

tl" quaintance. -only moan. I tell him to place you Pasha. Then he make him Vila of: the
ir: Jebb noticed now that he was in room and make you a bed and the Aidin vilayet. It is then that the Last Supper of,.the Lord and His

: clothed neither in his street-suit, nor take your clothes to be made dry. Padishah present me to Fehmi disciples, at which 13 memberswere

:- in his pyjamas, but in a garment All thees he does very secret and Yr i 3t Pasha." present. Friday' is consid-

/: he could not recognize. His hands, l terribly afraided." "And he married a girl as youngas ered unlucky by Christians be-

I'.' remembering a habit he had ac- "But the child I had with me?" you were then?" gasped' Jebb. Crucifixion.cause ft was the. day of the"Lord's. '
.", quired and lost, went convulsively "The child?" she echoed blankly. "Oh, yes, effendi. We have a'say- There is also a legend that it

to his waist. His money belt wasK' "Yes, the little girl!" ing, 'Before your',daughter, ,is six- .is the day on which Adam and
: gone, his ten thousand dollars had "You have a young daughter, teen, she should be married buried Eve the
partook forbidden v
n. : evaporated-and the belt with it. then?" And the veil did not entirely'' .' At feerst Fehmi Pasha did lived fruit. Friday considered
f.- "Where are clothes?" he deI at Smyrna and have was un-
: my strain out a tang of disappointment."She a splendid
lucky the ,Buddhists
: manded, and again in bad German, he white summer'palace among ,
is'not my daughter, ex- at'.KogarYali.But 'Brahmans and also the Romans. -
;'., "Wo sind mein Kleider?" and in plained; "she is .the child, ,of, 'a Fehmi Pasha has a quarrel ,

I:. tourist French, "Ou sont mes hab- friend." with the spy the Padishah send to

:- its?" '"Oh!!" watch him. The spy is tell wicked

.' :,, But ,the black only gibbered. "She was in my charge. I was, bad lies, and my poor husban' is ACHING CHEST
J Then the fellow backed out as taking her to America. She must' there was a snap, and exile to Uskub. And here live.; "

from a presence with many a long have been with me. She-oh, she the pain was gone.It "But what did you mean by calling "

: bow. Left alone to meditation, Jebb must have been with me." means the sun and the moon. I yourself a Yes-andNo'rife?"

1-;: glanced idly down and noted that "You did had no child with you am great, yes? to be both sun and "Already the pasha did have a COLDSNeed I

his thtimb wore a deep scar. His when I see you in the storm. Jaf- moon. I am borned in Circassia.My wife whom he love extremely much.

: '' experienced eye showed him what far, he say nothing of a child. It poor father is poor and Ailah Fehmi Pasha loves ,his only wife, More Than "Just Salve1' .
sort of cicatrice it was. He remem- is only you he finded." sends him more childs than wealth. He wants no other. She did bear To Relieve DISTRESS!

bered the accident on the train. But, "But the little girl, the poor little But we live in mountains-the Caucasus him many sons and some daugh- To quickly relieve chest cold misery and
who had lanced his thumb? And waif-I must go hunt for her." and do not need ters; why should he have other muscular aches and pains due to coldsit -
II. peaks, we wives? But when the Padishah takes MORE than"just asalve"-you
when? Where? Why? The wound He rose to his feet, but his nerves m ch. And then my poor father pre- need a warming, soothing "counter-
;'. had already healed. It must have flared and burned like live wires. dies himself-Allah grant him bliss! sent him me, he is/afraid to refuse. irritan 'like good old reliable Musterole

: been days ago. 6 His knees refused their office, and -and my mother has no man, and He thank the Padishah one thousand -used by millions for over 30 years.

w And on the little finger ,of his left he would have gone crashing" back-. five childs. and times he; marries he makes me but free he does woman, Musterole the skin and penetrates helps: break the up outer local: layersof congestion -,

hand was a ring, a curious ring, wards had she not risen swiftly, "Follows some years of ugly poverty me, not and pain. 3 strengths: Regular,
with a dark and cloudy stone of caught him in her arms, and eased and not much tq eat. I am lift my veil. Children's (mild) and Extra Strong,4W.(

.. great: size and unknown name, set him to the cushions.The grow to have nine years. :People tell Suddenly child there was the sound as ,
a.little Jebb's
of wailing. heart
alongside a diamond, also large and hidden woman was soothinghis shall
mother'I am beautiful and .
my lurched. Had his lost been found
of evident price. brow with, cool palms and was
become more. And I did. I was The door burst and Jaffar 68
He took the ring off and stared at i quieting him as if he were a child. very beautiful till I became old rushed into the open It Jaf-
il! it. On the inner rim was the leg- "Effendi must be most quiet, or woman." room. was ,,,,U.t N yt
far who was crying hysterically '
! end "C. to J." "J." was plainly for he shall be much ill and perhapsdie. "Are you' an old woman?" sai<4 ,
with words which his mistress
'::: Jebb but who send Jaffar seerch even Better Than Mustard Plaster!
was "C"? certainly I go to to Jebb with a sigh. "Your voice'and could not understand.

;r- not Cynthia. Who, then? It the town for the littla girl. If she is your hands do not seem old." "He's had an accident said
-,, might be a love-token-but whose? in Uskub or near, somebody shall "But they are. 'I did pass my Jebb, and rose at once to go to Kindness Done'
There was a sound of colloquy in know and Jaffar'will bring her to year last Shaban." another
, twenty-fiveth him, ,but his knees cautioned himto You have done a kindness, -
the hall outside, cf angry argument.He you. ,Jebb sighed again, a comfortablersigh. remain. "Bring him here." It has received it. Why be as
recognized the treble of He closed his eyes under the .
uncanny was the ''voice of authority. "Ask the'fooIish'and hanker-after some-
the slave, and another voice, lower, soothe of her strangely potent prayer "My mother sees that I'shall be him if, he didn't slip' and fall." thing ,more'-the credit: for : the
but a woman's voice. and she clapped her hands. In- beautiful for awhile and she sells The question repeated in Turk- kindness or the recompense-.
The door opened wide and the stantly the door opened and the me as slave." ish brought flood of confirmation. Marcus Aurelius.

slave paused on the sill. His face black was there. Jebb did not lookto "The brute!" "Eees, eet awfully seerious?" I \

was as livid as the ashes in the see, but he heard a heated parley "No. She is good mother. She 'came from the trembling veil. If rH

charcoal brazier and his eyes flashed between mistress and slave. At sells me to rich hanim, a lady who "No, it's nothing much. It hurts f:

and roved in their sockets. But length there was silence and the is most kind to me. In Turkey a a trifle," Jebb admitted with the relative -

. he made reluctant way for a figure woman said: woman slave who is pretty is treat- standard of pain that surgeons H

;- that floated rather than walked, and "He is goed. He was afraided to ed wonderful kind. I am buyed by acquire. "Tell the black idiot not to

floated straight from the pages of leave me lest the other servants find great lady-a rich hanim." pull away from me. I'll help him; Cap Brush Applicator
the "Thousand Night and One you, but I did made him go, and "A rich what, please?" I'm a surgeon." JUST A w GoMUCHFARTHR

Nights. to send my woman to bring food and "Hanim-that means a lady ma- Jebb's fingers went out on the dis- IN FEATHERS.

Her costume was one great black to keep watch. He is goed now to dame; same like effendi means colored black, flesh like ten white OR *SPRE'ADiON, \\mRw.* -- '*-\* -r- =ROlOSTSitey 'iLa5t* P V
cloud from which none of her tran- bring 'you. the littla child. He will monsieur, mister." ,carpenters. They pressed here,

spired, not even the halfshelteredeyes seerch the city as if it is a cup- "Should I call you hanim, then?" pulled there, twisted, urged, per-

of the Orient. board." "If you wish to be very respectable suaded, as the victim writhed and Give a Thought to '
The slave oozed through the door "Why is he afraid that the other -or is it respectful-you should blubbered. I

and closed it, but as if he would servants might find me?" call me hanim effendi, or' hanim ef- Suddenly there was a snap, and MAliN STBfil'tT:

cling to the other side. "It is perhaps kindest to tell the fendim that means like 'my the pain was gone with such sud-
I The Veil bent and billowed in low effendi everything. Last night my lady.' denness that it left ecstasy. Jaffar Forin our town...and towns

curtsies and through it came these fear for you overcomed all my other "But you tell me effendi means almost fainted of joy. Henceforth, 1 .like. ours there's clear a across steady the revolution country S

English words, with long pauses and fears, all my releegion, my duty. I monsieur." whoever might nominally pay Jaf- going on.Changes in dress styles l\l\
gropings: thinked only that some poor man "Yes, and hanim effendi means' far' his wages, really he was Jebb's 1 and food prices .. the rise of a S
"The effendi has sleeped long, Al- goes to perish. I shall give to him monsieur madame, or mister mis- slave. hat crown. ..the fall of furniture S
lah be thanked, and I do hope he shelter for the night in Allah's name. sus-it is very respectable. But I (TO BE CONTINUED) prices-these..matters vitally S
affect our living. And the news l\
sleeped well also." But Jaffar tells me you are too like ,better be called joost madame; Fox Fire isablycoveredinadvertisements.

Instinctively, hoping to make him- weak to walk, and I cannot even it sound very educated." In damp woods and dark marshes : Smart people who like.to be S S

self better understood, he spoke very send you to the city to a khan or "All right hanim effendi, I will a phosphorescent substance forms, up-to-the-minute in living.and 8
loudly and in a foolish dialect: to the house of a friend. He wish to call you 'madame' sometimes, commonly known as fox fire. Whena current events, follow advertise S
"May me ask where me have put' you again in the street. I resolve though,I like hanim effendi, or han- dry spell occurs, accompanied by ments as closely; as headlines.
pleasure to be?" to come to see you for, my- im ,effendim-like you. But you wind, oftentimes a mass of this formation They know what's doing in S
"The effendi is in Uskub.." self. Jaffar oppose me, he try to were telling me how you were rises and is carried gently America.. and they also know S
"Uskub! he gasped. "I never hold me back. He loves me much. bought by the rich-hanim?", long in the form of a cloud. It u where money buys most! +

heard of Uskub. Where, please, He is horrified, afraid, and ashamedfor I "Yes, and I am educate like as I luminous, and presents a, very ,weird
is it?" me." am her own daughter child. I am I and- 'strange, appearance., .


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Forty-Five' DelegatesAt Child Is Killed II I Basketball Games Garden Club Hears Talk Officials To Appeal

All-Day Meeting By Cane WagonGene Scheduled Tonight On "Tropical Fruits"J. Glades Bond OrderAn

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Forty-five delegates from Baptist Collier sevenyearoldChosen Rainy weather last Friday night E. Beardsley was speaker at appeal will be filed by' state
churches In Palm Beach county and youth was critically injured ] forced -the postponement of the I the meeting of the Clewiston Garden and officials '
county at
an ealy
the Lake Okeechobee region attended Thursday in Belle Glade when run opening basketball games of the : Club held at the Inn yesterday
an all-day meeting of the Palm- over by a cane train owned by season between the Clewiston1 teams afternoon. His topic was "Tropical from an' injunction issued by JudgeA.

Lake Association held at the Clew- Otto Larsen of Clewiston and died and the Alva teams and it is hoped Fruits" and he chose. particularly V. Long of U. S. District Courtin

iston Baptist church yesterday. Mrs.E. shortly after reaching a hospital. I that the scheduled games tonight varieties and types suitable for favor of H. G. Rorick, JosephR.

L. Watkins, Northwood, presI-' Gene's older brother saw the :with LaBelle will be played despite planting on home plots. He illustrated Grundy and J. R. Easton, hold.
dent of the association was in accident and said that it happened the cold weather. his talk on avocadoes with
the chair. Devotionals were led when the child attempted to catch I The games have been advertisedto several varieties picked from treesat ers of bonds of the Everglades

by Mrs. H. G. McLeroy.Mrs. Ia ride on one of the back cars of start at 7:30 and Coach Turk the Beardsley Farm and showed Drainage District, against the Ever-
A. R. Broadfoot, presidentof the train which was being towed I says that if at all possible the games difference in size, and texture of glades Drainage District Commis-
the hostess W. M. S. gave a by a tractor driven by Willie Wilson -I will be played as sccheduled.The the fruit. Mangoes were also dealt sioners, trustees of the Internal
brief address of welcome to, the a negro. His foot slipped and 'following schedule ,has been with in detail and the varieties Improvement Fund and clerks of
delegates. he fell beneath the last of the I arranged for the local teams: having the longer bearing season the circuit court, tax assessors and
Reports of the recent W. M. S. heavy wagons and was run over Friday, Feb. 2, Boca Grande, were named. Other tropical fruits the tax collectors of 11 counties.

convention in Lakeland were givenby also by a plow which was being I there. were mentioned briefly. The speaker The injunction prohibits tax assessors -

Mrs. D. S. Pittman and Mrs. E. towed behind the train. Tuesday, Feb. 6, Alva. here (tentative referred, those interested to a from making any assessments ...1
L. Watkins, both of Northwood, The accident was termed unavoidable -: ). booklet prepared for free distribu- of taxes of the district, even
Rev. E. L. Sentell of Belle Glade and no inquest was held. ', Friday, Feb. 9, Boca Grande, tion on the subject of subtropicalfruits though certified, unless the cer-
H. G. of Clew- here. tificates Include all lands involved,
and Rev. McLeroy' The child's father is a fisherman'j i by the Experiment Stationof
iston. and his mother is employed in a Friday, Feb. 16, Moore Haven, the University of Florida. and uses the 1925 act as a basis,
A covered dish luncheon was there. '! for making the highest tax scale ever
Yearbooks the
Belle Glade packing house. current year,
served at noon, and provided a I Friday, Feb. 23, Alva, there, which had been prepared by the authorized. The court order also
pleasant and friendly. intermission (tentative):' I I chairman, Mrs. Willard Simpson, requires back-assessments for years
Movies Made-
between the morning and afternoon I Tuesday, Feb. 27, Pahokee, there. ,with original covers by Dick Owen, heretofore omitted and for the
sessions. I Friday, March 1, Moore Haven, were distributed to those at the difference between the 1925 and
The local society's colors of here. the 1938-39 rates.
(Continued From Page IfV. meeting. Three new members,
lavender and white were used In Mrs. R. N. Smith Mrs. : According to attorneys, the 'court
Mahaney of Peru, Ind., R. E. R. W. ,
decorations for the meeting. Large order has the effect of "stripping ,
Stickman of Miami, Ira J. Shine, Lado Is Delegate Blair and Mrs. Kent Pendletonwere ,
baskets filled with lavender asters the Everglades Drainage District
A.' C. Lynch, R. E. Doaks and H. elected.
and with bows of tulle stood at Commissioners, the Internal Im-
F. E. A.
Meeting Plans were made for
Kornblum of Peru, Ind., W. J. a pilgrimage -
intervals about the room. Wheaton of Indianapolis and DonR. I __ : !" on February 15th to Estero and provement Trustees and other State
and County bodies of all their
NEW LIBRARY BOOKS Montfort of Kentucky. Nearly ,I Robert Lad, instructor: in i iI Fort Myers. powers until the bonds are paid
all of these despite the The hostess committee for the
I English and foreign languages in : off." It is contended that it will
bad weather caught the legal limit meeting was Mrs. H. J. B. Scharn- '
the high school here has been "
amount to "almost confiscation
The school announces the purchase berg, Mrs.. H. T. ,
and Stockman's string included Vaughn, Mrs: F.
named from
of a ten volume American I as delegate the high and appeal will be both on this
three five-pounders and one seven Rodriguez and Mrs.. F. Deane
school attend the ,
faculty to
Educator's encyclopedia to be added ,; con- Duff.. account and because it would com-
and a half pounder.for I vention of the Florida Educational
to the new school library when pel assessors to do the assessing
opened. This purchase has an I Association in Orlando the I OLD LINEN EXHIBITED without compensation.
agreement which provides that another ten years to the set to keep it latter part of March. Procurement of the Federal Court

volume be added each year I strictly up-to-date. I I l j Clearwater, Fla.-While' attending order followed delay of the State 5
I Beardsley To Speak Supreme Court is making applicable -
a recent meeting at which table
an order which would require
-- '- ..> . .-' .... 'u -- -. I At Moore HavenJ. I linens were stressed, PInellas Park 12.000000, to be raised in one
year to defaulted bonds: The
a piece of linen that was 130
E. Beardsley will address a years old. The cloth, exhibited by Federal Court order makes it man-
to collect the taxes
NOTICEt meeting of the Glades County one of the members, ,was dumped datory necessary _
in 1940. It also prohibits refinancing -
Chamber'of.. Commerce at the Wo into an 'old well during the Warof
efforts.-Palm Beach Sun.
man's Club 'clubhouse in Moore 1812, later recovered, and preserved -
Haven tonight at 7:45.'clock.. according to Miss 'Tillie
I will be the named and dated Paid?
at places I No subject was assigned for the Roesel, Pinellas County home'agent.. Is Your Subscription I Iah

below for the purpose of receiving Real- talk and Mr. Beardsley had not
made up his. mind this morning

' estate, Personal and Intangible Property what subject he would choose. NOTICEI

f Tax Returns for the year 1940. Please Mary Johnson Injured I

meet me with a correct description of all In Fall On Ball CourtMiss I to increase in price of feeds and other items necessary

owned in the production and distribution of milk, ,the State of Florida
): property by you, or as Agent. Mary Johnson sophomore I Milk Commission has reestablished the milk and other dairy product -
prices in the Everglades Area. Therefore, under orders 'numbered -
The Law requires Home owners to applyfor member of the Clewiston girl's t 44-D, 44-F, 44-G and 44-E the following prices on milk
basketball team received a slight I and other dairy products have been set by the State of Florida
Homestead Exemptions. I have the concussion when she fell during Milk Commission to become effective January 29, 1940 in whatis
practice Tuesday afternoon and her. I known in their orders as the Everglades Marketing Area, composing -
blanks and will be glad to assist in filling head struck the concrete court. I all towns and communities adjacent to Lake 'Okeechobee ., .
She was removed to her home for in Martin County, Palm' Beach County and Hendry County.DIILIi .

them out. treatment and is said to be recover I
: : PRICES (Minimum)
ing rapidly. She Is ,the daughter
Certified Milk RetailQuart
of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Johnson. Wholesale

= .... ............................................................ .16 .18
Ft. Denaud Postoffice 9:00 .
:" ( ) : a. m. Pint ................................................:.......u.._........ 09 .10
? Feb. 5th. '. Temperature Of- Half-Pint ................._.......................................:.:.. 04Vt .05

Vitamin "D" Milk "

Felda-Arthur Wells Store) 9:00: a.' 'm. .. (Continued From Page 1) Quart .............._...................................................... ,.16 .18
cabbage which' has become some- Pint ................... ........................... .... ................. .09 .10
Feb.. 7th.ClewistonCity. what acclimated to the. cold and. Half-Pint ............................:...:........... .........: 04 %' .05 J

( Hall} 10:00: a.. m. Feb in consequence is much hardier. Grade "A" Raw or Grade "A" Pasteurized. .- .
k South Bay seemed to: have been Gallon-Bulk : . .: .. .' .55 i .

',.,' 9th. -: I the lake most and there favored a spot temperature about the of. Quart Pint :.....:..:......::::::::::..:..:::::..::I.:.::.':::..:..::::'..;:::::::::::...::....::::., :08 15 *' '. .17.09

LaBelle-Feb. t 14th and thereafter.: .: .-' 38 was recorded Thursday morn- Half-Pint ...........................:............;:.......,.. .:..:.;. 04 .05

: w : .. ing and 39 this morning. There Chocolate Milk ., .' ,_ '. ',',

Dennis Small was some frost but damage was Quart ........................;.....;...\..................'.......__...... ".13 .15
; believed small. In the Eastern Di- Pint .................................................:.....::..:...:...... .07 ...08
ij vision Azucar showed a temperatureof Half-Pint .........:..:......................'..............:...... ...........0 3 % .05
\ 35 this morning and 33 yester- '
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i ASSESSOR OF ady morning with the low point for Gallon-Bulk I .......................................................... ::35 : "
:: o TAXES, the. two days being 29 at an obser- Quart ......................:............................................. .10 .12

I.:., .. . ' _. u .. _. ._ .... vatory two miles south of Pelican Pint .......................................:............: ................, .06 .07
._ t" : __ : __. __ : : -: : Lake Village on Thursday. morn- Half-Pint ...:..............:................:..........::.;............ .03.% .05
.. ing.. ", .
40% or XXXX: Sweet Cream ;

l.t<\. Sugar Corporation readings this Gallon-Bulk ................:.................................:....... 3.25.
IS- showed 27 Ben-
"norning degrees at Quart ..................................................:.................. .85"- 1.00
" ow, 30 at Liberty Point, 28 at'' Pint ....................................................... ......u....._ 50 .. .55
f:? -- Special Bare Beach, 29 at Ritta, 31 at Half-Pint ............................;....................:....:..... .25' ? .30
: Miami Locks and 39 at South Bay. I :: '
'f; FREE Attraction Moore Haven had a low ,this morn I 30% or XXX Sweet Cream \ .- .:. :':

: Gallon-Bulk ...................................;......:...:......... '2.65
ing of
/- \ -, r Quart ..........................................................:.....:... ." .70 < .80
Zacchini relief from the cold
; Little waveis Pint ....................................................................:. ,.40 .45
i'' I No Bros. promised by the weather bureau Half-Pint .. .................................................:........ .20 .25
: : '
and even colder weather is in pro-
admission'charge Hilt Human spect for tommorow morning. 20% or XX Sweet Cream y

' Gallon-Bulk ........... ....'.........__....................:..:....... 2.10 .
'b to Cannonball Quart ..__...................__......_........_....__............. ....... .55 .65,
!:v' .I fair thisyear i Act Delegation TContinued < Pint ................__.........:...................................:--.... .30 .35
Q tt Half-Pint .._.................................................;..:....... .1 7 .20
:J' '. 1 111 Afternoon 5 I '. ,
';"," and Night ( From Page 1) Sour Cream .

place the costs at between. $600,000 Gallon-Bulk ...........':......................................:...... 2.10

;; Southwest Florida .incl It a is million understood dollars.that data has Pint Quart,..::::::.:::::::.-'::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.::.::::::::.::::::::::::.: ':30 55 : "N :.65.35

Free Half-Pint ........::.....__............................;......:........... .17 .20
been worked up by Fort -Myers and .
j; the other communities which will Cottage Cheese

Feb. Fort prove conclusively that the increased Bulk per Ib. __............................................__........ .12 &, a
FAIR depth, which will provide heavy j j"reight Large Package .'..............__.........__.......................__ 15 .20
12-17 Myers service, will be worth' manyimes Small Package ...............................:....__.............. .10 .12

more in dollars and cents to STATE OF FLORIDA MILK COMMISSIONBy
..; he area 'bordering the waterway J. D. ALDERMAN,
Educational Industrial and
Agricultural Administrator
, an the cost of conQtru Uon.
Exposition featuring products of Charlotte, ; Accepted and agreed to by the following dairymen and distribu-

Collier, Glades, Hendry and Lee counties VEGETABLE SEASON GOOD tors' furnishing the above Everg'ades' Area with milk and other
: .
dairy products.By

55 Tuesday, Feb. 13-Children's Day Bradenton, Fla.-Manatee Coun- GEORGE L. BOYDSTON, By' JOHN KAUTZ,
y's Fall vegetable crop was the I Boydston's Dairy, Belle Kautz Dairy, Port Mayaca,
,- Poultry exhibit, showing all types iest' In recent history, County Glade, Florida.. Floiida.
,Exhibit of Southwest Florida's finest livestock Agent 'Ed L. Ayers reports. Yields By ALVAH BURKE, By SHELBY McCULLEY,

Special Grandstand Acts, featuring Zacchini Bros.. were good and prices were unusual'y Burke Dairy, LaBelle, McCulley Dairy, Indian-
afternoon and night. Florida. town, Florida.
t. high for' most crops. Much of _
1\.., Crescent Amusement Co. rides and shows on the Midway 'he season's success was due to I By H. C. TILL RY, Mgr. By W., A. CONNELL,

,'I".' the fine ""eatht* '!t. came after Alfar Cre?1 ery Co., Belle Connell Dairy, Pahokee, L
C. P. HEUCK, Secretary-Manager "'
Glade, .::riorida. Florida. .t )
the erid of the Summer rainy sea- ," .'
I son, the county agent says.

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