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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: February 2, 1940
Publication Date: 1928-
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Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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14 NUMBER CLEWISTOFLORIDA.. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1940 SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 PER YEAR ;
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- Vegetables And Cane adly' Damaged By freezeBitting ',1







. S f,., Makes Report I EXTRA IX !GLEWISTOX' EXTRA!! SNOW: : TUESDAY [Cane Damage May Cause SugarHouse .4.




' 1.1 To U. S. S. C. Directors \in There Clewiston was four Tuesday inches of and snow if To. Close Several'Weeks


j jou ,are skeptical just talk to Ahead Of Scheduled Crop End < tl

some of the workmen who helped .

.j.. On Damages To Crop unload a car of tractor parts for 0 .--.--
i the Clcwiston Motor Company
26 Degrees Lowest'
,1 that dare Kiwanians Enjoy I

g SAYS FREEZE ,WILL, NOT ) Needed The parts were shipped in by: Free Picture Show Temperature In
Warm
Clothing in
flat car with only one stop
INTERFERE WITH PLANS
the state, at Sebring Monday I -
The motion picture, "The Soil", Clewiston 1
11) FOR DEVELOPMENT For Children; Adults night.,:; The car arrhed here
was presented Wednesday night at
Tuesday and when the men had '
the school auditorium, sponsoredby
,, :,- In a letter to stockholders of removed the top layer machine_
- the local Kiwanis Club and The return to normal tempera
" During the recent cold weather of "
I i parts they found four inches '
: t.i 't. nited States Sugar Corporation, presented by the American Agricul- tures the middle of this week };
> -- the local Red Cross chapter was ,snow packed under the remainder -
';: \: Derating sugar-cane plantations in I I1 for I of the shipment.So tural and Chemical Company found growers all over the Everglades .'-1;
asked for warm clothing many
through its representative in this furiously -replanting '
the Everglades and the sugar-house far as is known this is the crops .
-1 needy ones in this section, and area, Cliff Savage of West Palm and taking little time to worry over ;
R.
j in Clewiston, Clarence Bitting, first time the temperature has '
1 president, summarized the effect of responded by distributing all sup- ever been low enough over the Beach. I the results of the most severe "
Although the crowd was not as freeze the state has experienced in _;
sub-normal hand. Three large boxes of 1"
'l recent temperatures on plies on entire state to keep snow from
>( the current The letter this far south large ,as had been anticipated those Many years. S ',''
sugar crop. clothing have been distributed melting on a. trip I
states that approximately onehalfof into Florida. present stated that it was most For several mornings over last .,
since the first of the year, and the I interesting. It behind the ;
gave
- the ,estimated crop was marketed I week-end temperatures far below : :
chapter can still use any clothing I scenes views of fertilizer manu- ,
" prior to cold weather; the balance freezing were recorded in the j.
' : of mature cane being seriously available. facture, both in the phosphate 'glades and crops which escaped S

damaged to the extent that half Most of the requests are for I plants of Florida and the other the first days were taken during .....: ,y
+ EXCEEDED IN processes in northern factories and the final freeze 1
'a of the remaining stand of cane is children's clothing, but any usable, QUOTA on Monday morn-
a total loss and whatever salvage I demonstrated the part played by ing and growers of tender vege- ,]
' clothing will be welcomed and good in soil conservation. .
fertilizer tables about the lake such beans, r
possible from the remainder being as
.S entirely dependent upon weather use made of it. Anyone having, ROLL CALL HERE BUT Lowell Thomas was narrator. tomatoes, pepper, squash and egg- '

conditions. All young cane for clothing which can be passed on to Following the picture there wasa plant have estimated the loss "at 3

1940-41 harvest, covering approxi- others are requested to give it to drawing, the person holding the about ninety-eight per cent or .>a
mately 50% of planted area, has DRIVE TO CONTINUE lucky number received a bag of more. Cabbage, which Is much '.
Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, Mrs. J.
fertilizer. Miss Marion -:
been frosted back to the ground. A.I Leydig'sname hardier, escaped with only partial i.y.
McGehee or Mrs. W. P. Vaughn, drawn.COMMITTEE.
Damage to root system, if any, was damage due to the gradual drop
t, : cannot be ascertained until crop Although the Clewiston Chapter in temperatures and those growers

; begins regrowth. of the American Red Cross reached who had cabbage crops expect to

.:: ,! When asked what affect, if any, B. &' P.W.C. DISTRICT and even exceeded the quota APPEARS get a nice price for it when cut.
", Already the price is said to have
the recent disaster would have
.1 on originally set for the roll call
', for the future Mr. Bitting advanced from $15 to $35 per ton.
plans ,
::, said: "The disaster will probably MEETING HELD HERE drive, Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, chair- BEFORE ENGINEERSIN The freeze killed almost all tender '.;!

:,; ". increase our unit costs for both the man and C. E. Miner, roll call vegetation in and about Clewiston

current crop and that which follows chairman, are continuing the drive CAPITOL MONDAY except shrubbery planted close to .d

'. but we do not intend to make AT INN ON SUNDAY for a short while longer in an effort I homes which, escaped serious

'; .. r., any,=change: Jn.,::our Ipng-time.* ....program :: .- "'"- -.. '- to ,,reach, ,,the additionalnumber. requested damage. .
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.... -J' ,> for developing' improving organiiAtion. A delegation: -composed, of flood EstimatPS of the ... damage to .
'
: : by the "national Kr -
J;.:: the assets of the Corporation. The Clewiston Inn was chosenas control board members, water sugar cane on the plantationsof

r' ; '" ,All agricultural, enterprise' must face I the meeting place, for the Feder- way boosters- and county officials [ the United States Sugar Corporation -

'.. hazards such as we have recently ation Day celebration of District 7, The first report of the chapter,, from the counties along the routeof I and the several independent

experienced; if such happenings dis- Business and Professional Women's as sent in to headquarters, gave the cross-state waterway, appeared growers whose, acreage had not
;:;;. couraged those engaged in agricul- at a hearing held by U. S. 'been harvested can not yet be satis-
205 annual membership at $1.00
ture and thus caused them to aban- Clubs, and eighty-five delegates Engineers at the munitions buildingin factorily determined but it is the

don their farms and plantations, it from' clubs located on Florida's each, 4 memberships at $5.00 each,, Washington Monday to ask that opinion of most cane experts that

;, n' would be but a short time until our lower east coast ,njoyed a delightful and contributions totalling $7.50. the engineer report for deepeningthe the damage will be fifty to sixty

c"- urban population would be 'with- banquet and program here Sun- The quota as first set was 150 mem- present six-foot channel to an per cent on cane ready for harvest
out food and clothing." day. eight-foot waterway be changed to and greater than that on young
additional
bers, but in view of the
.
Hostess, for the meeting was the make the channel ten or at least growing cane. It is yet too early ,
) < .Glen Etherton For Everglades Club, with Miss Mary demands upon the Red Cross and nine feet.F. to determine whether or not there

,. ..1' Hall, of Belle Glade, president. the' greater need for funds for relief D. Duff of Clewiston, chairman I was any damage to the root stock.

< :/(" County Commissioner Clubs from Fort Lauderdale, Miami, purposes the quota was doubledby of the Flood Control District was Jay W. Moran, vice-president and

Miami Beach, Coral Gables, Home- national headquarters and the spokesman for the delegation but I general manager of the United

: stead, Lake Worth, Canal Point, local group expects to reach the each of the members gave some States Sugar Corporation stated
Pahokee and Belle Glade were rep- testimony and were assisted in their I this morning that the freeze would
' '; 300 mark before the drive is clos-
f -S Glen E. (Fat) Etherton an- resented. The cars gathered at arguments b y Senator Claude materially shorten the grinding

nounces his candidacy' in this week's Belle Glade and were escorted on ed. Pepper and by Congressman Pat season at the Clewiston sugar house

',' issue of the News for the positionof the journey to Clewiston by three Assisting Mr. Miner in the roll Cannon of Miami. Congressman J. and it was now thought that the

county commissioner, from the highway patrolmen. call work are E. C. Mills, Pete Hardin Peterson was ill with flu season would end about the firstof '

: Clewiston district No.1, thus! Arriving at Clewiston the party I Chagaris,' R., W. Turk, W. M.: and Senator C. O. Andrews was in March instead of running well

t, : soliciting the votes of the district made a trip through the sugar Bradnack, A. W. Lawrence, Mrs. Florida and was. delayed in getting up into April as planned. '
i
in the May Democratic primaries. house where special guides were CL.. Downs, A. O. Ward, John back for the hearing. He was The fact that the harvest season

.'. Mr. Etherton has been in business furnished by the. United States Kettl, Clewiston, and Amos ,Thomas represented, however, by. a secre- was begun In October, several weeks
; ,,':-'; in Clewiston for: eleven :years, Sugar Corporation, who explainedthe (Harlem). tary. earlier than usual which was made ;

,,_ coming here from Moore Haven process of sugar-making and The local chapter recently pre- The delegation pointed out to possible by improved and early-

where he lived for several years gave each a souvenir miniature bag sented two first aid kits to the the engineer board that the ten- maturing varieties ,of cane, allowed

and attended public ,school. He has of sugar. Clewiston school and one first aid foot depth of the east and west a substantial amount of sugar to

operated the Sugarland Service Dinner was served at 1:30 in kit to the Harlem school. Several coast 'inland waterway .was of little be processed before the freeze hit,

Station during the greater part .of I the spacious dining room of the classes in first aid work have been value so long as the connecting well over half of the crop having

this time and attractive this summer built'a Inn, which was decorated in the given, and a package of clothingfor waterway, the canal from Stuart been harvested. This freeze of

number tourist club colors of yellow and green. war relief purposes is now across Lake Okeechobee to Fort January, 1940, thus finds the cor-

cabins near the station. Miss Hall presided as master of being prepared under the directionof Myers, was of less depth.' They poration in much better positionto
This is his first venture into
ceremonies. The program Included Mrs. F D. Duff, also pointed out that the nine or I ; meet the disaster than in 1934
politics but two his
years ago name
Club Collect-Cleo Douthit, Ever- Local workers hope. to enroll 91 ten foot depth could be attained when the freeze came almost at
the ticket I
placed friendsfor
was on by
commissioner glades Club. Song "America." additional members in Clewiston in for little extra expenditure over the the: start of the harvest. The
county in
- tion to the incumbent, D. G.opposi-Als- Toast to the Flag-Fay Lawrence,.' order that this community may eight-foot depth and this extr I minimum temperatures recorded in

ton in the general election and' he Everglades Club. Introduction of reach its quota of 300. Anyone depth could bei. secured'- much more (Continued on Page 10)

was defeated.No guests. Address of welcome, givenby wishing to ,join may hand his economically while dredges were at

other candidate has yet an- W. ,C., Owen, representing: MayorF. dollar to any. of the workers' listed work than to be compelled to bring Qualifying Time Is
nounced for the commission from Deane Duff of Clewiston, Response above. them in again at some future timeto I

this district and D. G. Alston, incumbent Julie Thomas, president do the work. Extended In Tourney
member and'chaIrman of Lake Worth Club. The ,guest speaker H. A.' Bestor, engineer for the :

.' the board has not as yet indicated was Mrs. Gladys Clover, first Mrs. Jackman Out For United States Sugar Corporation -

whether or not he will be a can- vice-president, Florida Federation gave' a report on the tonnage of Because of the cold weather of
didate for re-election. i B. and P. W. C. Emblem Collect- School SuperintendentMrs. freight which might be expectedto the past two weeks, Bob Bair, pro

I Pauline Hill, Everglades Club. use the waterway if it were at the Clewiston Golf Course announces -

New Manager At Dr. Adele Hampton, director of Nell H. Jackman, well heavy barges. that the time for qualifying -
J I district 7, presided at the business known LaBelle school teacher, this The nine-foot depth was recom- for the Match Play Tournamentwill

;. Western Auto Store session, and the meeting closed week announces her candidacy, for mended by District U. S. Engineer be extended a week.
with group singing "God Bless the office of county superintendentof Lewis H. Watkins but was cut to Several golfers qualified before
,j I America." public instruction in the Democratic eight feet by the division engineer, the cold weather set in includingV.
V C. Nelms is the new manager I primaries May. (Continued On Page 10)) 92
"i Visitors who were introduced by I C. Denton, 88, Louis Gold ,
of the Western Auto Associate
I Miss Hall included Dr. Adele Hampton Mrs. Jackman has taught in La- Louis .Crosby, 92 of Pahokee; Joe
/: store in the
Hopkins Building and
district director, Miami. Mrs.A. Belle schools twelve years, also New Nurse Assumes Wood, 95 of Lake Harbor and W.
i moved to Clewiston with his wife
B. Engle, state aviation chair- spent four years as teacher and C. Owen, 94 and C. L. McClendon
: last Saturday from Atlanta to assume -
,:'r the management. He replaces man, Lake Worth, Cina Stuart, principal in Lee and Glades coun- Hospital, Duties 107 of Clewiston.
president Homestead club, Evelyn ties, and cites a record of capable Golfers who have entered but
tf:; Doyle Branyon who resigned
?, :;' to return to his home in Georgia. Spear vice president, Miami Beach service during this period., Mrs. Jetta Geiger, R.: N. formerly have not qualified are Mr. and Mrs.F. .
': : : has had considerable club, Celia Smith, president Coral She holds a Bachelor of Science of Pahokee but ,more recentlya D. Duff and W. F. Sterchi of

'experience: in management of these Gables club, Bess Phillips, presi- degree in education, LifeJ First nurse in a hospital at Thomas- Clewiston and Ralph Kirk of Belle

stores having had charge of storesin dent Fort Lauderdale club\ Julie Grade and Life Graduate' Certifi- ville, Ga., has joined the staff at Glade.
in
Atlanta and In Elberton, Ga., Thomas, president Lake Worth club, cates. the Clewiston Emergency Hospitaland Mr. Bair reports the course
and
for several years. and Misses Evelyn Hare, Mary Mrs. Jackman comes from one of began her duties this week. excellent condition at this time

Mr. and Mrs. Nelms arc rooming Markette and Virginia Jordan, mem- the oldest families in Hendry coun- Mrs. Geiger will act as assistantto the, warmer weather should see a
at the F. Williamson home untilan bers of the Clewiston Young Wo- ty and has lived In LaBelle most Miss Laura Mattison and will greater number of golfers out for

apartment is available (Continued on Page 10) 1 of her life. / also serve as receptionist and clerk. the tournament -

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WEEKLY NEWS ANALYSIS BY Wise and Otherwise .

i Old Battlewagons
'
MARRIAGE is an education
Emergency
Europe's I First Defense Line a. .man,.says a psychol-
ogist. Because of, the lectureshe

: Hit U. S. Economic ; gets?
I wonder why a low dress is
called'a full dress, and a

Allies Link Trade ; l rH 'G i fyr i.f;,., r P,,', ,fi frh plucked chicken a dressed
.
.9/ r r; chicken.We .
know a man who whistlesat
(EDITOR'S NOTE-When opinions are danger. Yes, he drives a
" are those of the news analyst and not ) ,: : train.
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., Released by Western Newspaper i r 4'd Married men are nearly always -
4 : tfr great, inventors-of
ex-
to Tokyo. : /f>
DOMESTIC
cuses.
cause the r,4
'' '. A Neutral's Woes tomer '::R'+r'Jyd,4 na.. When a person commits biga-.

r'. In Washington, both executive and of her warfare raging all around her the % ,<'' my The, two man rites who make does a notice wrong.the

legislative branches had their hands she could security in strength Major part handwriting on the wall is the ,;-
; full with rapidly increasing foreign' U. S. program is directed at making her landlord.

:\ complications. U. S. neutrality had feared a I } and Pacific gateways impregnable /
heaping
:
: come home to roost, bringing with it
use of naval craft ranging in size
wound
>( the problems of war in Europe and cr
trade. : gunboats to giant battleships.
'. Asia. them : Here New
Among : DignityFor
this vast naval building is
Defense. The munitions board THE program
( I It' full speed, with indications the } Old Chair Set
,
11:: warned there was too much crude .h. .
: rubber and tin being shipped to European Britain < s, congress will provide more funds .t
: In first I with President Roosevelt
." countries. January's "Each
By RUTH WYETH SPEARS
12 days, for example, 1,000 tons of crocodile ,! request.
ri:. stocks ANY dining room may be made
tin were exported against, on him last.
t',: hand of only 3,500 tons. Unless deal- Thus and smart with built-in
Churchill cupboards, a little paint and .inexpensive '>-"
ers and manufacturers co-operated
:
curtains. But what
, Europe's
in "united nY5 may be done to bring a set of

It came outmoded chairs up-to-date? The
over one sketched at the upper rightis
Balkans. typical of many that are sub-
missed : ; stantial and sturdy though scarredby
Brussels { long use. AU that they need


feed the -.1 { ONE OF A-.....

( defend( OLD SET Dl OF!

well either. ING ROOM
.. o CHAIRS
I twenty-first
',
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1,485-ton n
!;" All
ANADA 4'
going
>> I PiE land but

III NEW YORKAZORES- .. 15 BON way,, TO FIT CdVER BACK t co/ERE BUT70Ns AT RJ j
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to gang SIDES
s. FROaiTO
I AtlanticII Joe Stalin FiT
,., BERMUDA Ocean did Italy the Pennsylvania, whose 14-inch guns are shown BinD
of the program. Another, more economical part, is SETt
PRESENT ROUTE to old World war destroyers which have been harbored SfDE iii //

)L I IPROPOSED ROUTE .. a strong many years. Though rusty in spots, they've been kept FRINGE i
Of these just such an emergency as this. is an up-to-date frock to make I
II
CLIPPER AND ROUTES which them perfectly at home in that I
One of many problems. war, .w AY : modern dining room. 'rJ -
: ward off If your chairs do not have the
: better in conserving these "strategic (Rumania supports shown at the sides of the
ri.) materials," the board threatened German seat they will be even easier to

tt : new restrictions. northern slip-cover. This cover i is of me-

...:' Agriculture. Contrary to expectations of Poland, dium blue cotton rep with darker,
Europe's war has given the man- ,: blue for the bias binding and, the
s<, U. S. farmer a bad time of it. Both that ( Y ( cotton fringe around ,the bottom.
oil wells in ,
";; France and Britain, anxious to ce- tion to Large button moulds are covered

:::" ,. ment their ties' with neutrals (seeTHE partitioned, with 'the slip cover material for
R'! WARS) are making trade pacts Reich. the button-up-the-back opening. If
fr.' nearer at ,home. Choice example is While 1"t you are not expert at making
-; Britain's 'decision all her
:; : to buy stalemated bound buttonholes, snaps may be
?:" tobacco from Turkey, eliminating a struck at used under the buttons. The "
annual market for U. S.
bases, the narrow; ties sewn to the corners of
.. ; This month Britain ceased
ft$60,000,000;- growers. the inside of the seat cover holdit
large orders of U. S. cotton as pro- ness. neatly in place.
.
. vided under a special barter treaty. I speech _NOTE: Mrs. Spears' Sewing
:'.'' To bolster her foreign exchange and American Book No. 3 contains six other in-
h .' save shipping space on her boats for
came teresting ways to use slip covers,
: more important munitions, Britain from a L.t with step-by-step directions. There
.. .a..L I
'
,: had almost eliminated purchases of > '"jA .iG r.
are 32 pages of fascinating ideas.
_;:. U. S. wheat, fruits, pork, etc. Said
.. porary chips preservative red lead from a three-inch anti Spool shelves; braided'rugs;
the "This
w. agriculture department: launched these recommissioned A crazypatch quilts
one of destroyers. Right: ; many em-
situation is to continue
f. likely through
,: much of 1940." which ( one of the huge smoke stacks removed from the USS broidery designs with numerous ,
command) stitches illustrated. Ask for Book
fL"i Mails. For two months British with 3 and enclose 10 cents coin to
.-
vessels have stopped and searched alties. cover cost. Address: Mrs. Spears,
t:' European-bound U. S. vessels, often umphant, Drawer 10, Bedford Hills, New
r;: seizing mail violation of the 1907 power to York.

r.' Hague convention. After repeated effective
protests, Secretary of State Cordell
" Hull finally got an answer-curt almost -
Beware
:' to the point of hostility': "Hismajesty's In Coughs
{- government finds themselves -
F:. unable to share the views of Senate from common colds

4! the United States ." Two days dar of ,;
later, hearing that Pan-American it would 4 114' jy R 1v.ky. That Hang On

E clipper ships were being searched at wise. .
4n, Creomulslon relieves be-
r Bermuda for contraband mail, Mr. ed for promptly
; cause it goes right to the seat of the
Hull warned the planes may soon 8:45 p. m. trouble to loosen germ laden phlegm
skip Bermuda altogether, jumping' spired to Increase secretion and aid nature to
:.. from New York to the Azores. friend and soothe and heal raw,tender,Inflamed -
bronchial mucous membranes.No .
(Whether by coincidence or because matter how many medicines you
Britain is trying furiously to win Italy have tried, tell your druggist to sell
away from dIe Rome-Berlin axis, the state you a bottle of Creomulsion with the
department figured Italian vessels halted understanding that you are to like
by the British at Gibraltar were, detained 7 the way it quickly allays the coughor
an average of four days;, U. S. ships: 12.4 you are to have your money back.
days.) CREOMULSIONforCoughs

Safety Zone. After considering for
one week Britain's refusal to rec- Whti is given final inspection, while in the background ,Chest Colds,BronchitisFor

ognize the 300-mile zone around the shop expert checks a sextant. Inset: Seaman .,

Western hemisphere wherein bellig- which governs path of a torpedo after it has One's CountryMan I
erent acts are "forbidden," the Pan- objective. was not born for himself

American neutrality committee alone, but for country.-Plato..
meeting at Rio de Janiero found itself -
:
stymied. '
Japan. As the abrogated U. S. BILIOUS ?
Japanese trade treaty lapsed, con- l:
gress and the state department felt Here Is Amazing Relief of
Conditions Due to Sluggish Bowels 'II
heavy pressure (much of it church-
)1 lt you thInk all laxatives
inspired) for imposition of
an em- IIUIfte ti/ act alike, just try tu
bargo against munitions shipmentsQUOTES all| vegetable laxative.So .
mild thorough, refreshing, invigorating. Dependable # I
relief from rick headaches bilious spells ,
tired feeling when associated with constipation.Wifhmrf .
get a 25c box of NR from your
I G. Risk druggist. Make the test-then
I I 0 U not delighted return the box to us. We will

field, Ill., refund price. That's the purchase fair e
from Get NR Tablets today.

SIR RONALD CAMPBELL,British troupe,
ambassador to France, telling did I
Americans about the war: "We. state he

ask you to believe that this war is :' years. GooD 1 4' I
no more and no less than a struggle Who DsUGSTOEES F

between right and wrong. This is Borah to '
not a phoney war." conjecture; eOTRE IARGT f yv 1r..kti
DR. ALEXIS CARREL, French friend, 1
scientist, on the path to peace: sen. But $1 Vhlltgs

". humans ..
must really try a strange
an old World war destroyer are cleaning and check'
to understand each other. If we (the this point.
allies) knew what\ was in the heartsof I licans, torpedo tubes. When the program has been com- 'r lessedRet e,2 '"

the Germans now things might congress will have powerful,reserve equipment with which to ,
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clever
things. Lesson GnNd Fnmm ,

I never try rrvybe'st
By HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST. D. D. I I :
I know. Dean of The Moody Bible Institute ;
, A of Chicago. I i I 1
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faith that
us right makes
'i I Perhaps its just a.s LET ,
and in that faith let us to
, .J well I dont--- the end dare to do our duty as we ur
Lesson for February 4 derstand it.-Abraham Lincoln.
I
. might bedisillusioned ,
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Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected r
.J aS and copyrighted by International Power, to Do !
Council of Religious Education; used by
C+. permission. O do not pray for easy lives;

"."1'(A tf"! pray to be stronger men; ,do not

,;': aobY HOLDING LIFE SACRED pray for tasks equal to your pow- ;
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< r ers; pray for powers equal to your ,:
. j LESSON TEXT-Genesis 1:27-31; 1 Corinthians tasks; then the doing of your work '".:
jJ 6:19.: 20; II Corinthians 61671.
will be
GOLDEN TEXT-Ye are bought with a no miracle-but you will bea
r'. I J%v 4. WNU Service. price: therefore glorify God In your body.I miracle.-Phillips Brooks. .
j L Corinthians 6:20. '
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Moral action and right living can :

only be assured on the basis of right
; ;
; thinking. If our principles are right,
,1"-: ( our action will be sure and our life SPEED'SFINE '

will be steady. Fundamental in our

; consideration of temperate living is IN HOCKEY

L a right understanding of life itself.

Where did we come from? Whomdo S

,.' BABY CHICKS we resemble? What are the ruling > BUT NOT IN (

forces in life? To whom do we

p-s ORDER YOUR CHICKS EARLY for belong? If he gets these matters
January and February delivery and we ( CIGARETTES.lUKE )
will Include 10 i* more extra chicks per straight, any honest man will come
100. Write at once for detailed informa- out right in his life decisions.I. .
tion. MILFORD HATCHERY; Rockdale.,
Aid., Pikesvillc P. O. Man Was Created in the Imageof I
:
FILLETS IN TOMATO CUPSSee God (Gen. 1:27-31)). '

Cripples BABY CHICKS No Culls(Mixed I We HoaI.a guarantee)No $3 90 Recipes Below "God created man" so says (SL01rJSURNINGCAMElS.

Live Delivery We pay postare. pt'riOO Scripture, and all the forces of infidelity -
:' ATLAS CHICK CO.,St.Louts,Mo. p'ipal4,
My Family Likes Fish! kle the inside with salt and pepper. and unbelief have not been 't J

Cut fillets in, lengthwise strips. able to break down that simple ..
ETC. "There's all the health of the sea
_ANTIQUES, Brush' each strip with melted but- statement. The creation story of ,-
In fish," according to an old saying, ter, and sprinkle with salt, pepper, Genesis stands and will stand. Let THEY'RE
and modern home makers find that
lemon juice, and parsley. Roll the no critic of God's Word, no spinnerof
'. ANTIQUE GLASS DEALERSWrite there's variety and economy for strips firmly and place in the tomato human philosophies, however

for Free Wholesale Circulars of menus, too. cups., Brush tops with melted plausible, take that assurance from MULDER. )
Metal, Glass and Electrical Parts for Fish and sea foods are availablethe butter, sprinkle with parsley and
Old Oil Lamps, Iron Garden Furniture almost limitless
'round in you.The
'year
and All Wanted Items. place in a greased baking dish. Bakein important point for our lessonis \ AND
In mostmarkets it's possi-
DEALERS,SUPPLY COMPANY variety. a moderate oven (350 degrees) the fact that God created man in '
.A. O. Box 1661 ble, now to purchase (1) fish "in
Dept P. ,
JACKSON MISSISSIPPIOPPORTUNITY for 30 to 35 minutes. Baste occa- His own image; in other words
the round," just as it comes from sionally while baking. made him 'an intelligent, moral and ( CCO'! )
the water, (2)) fish that is cleaned,
Oyster Stew. spiritual being. It takes a very
scaled and ready to cook, (3)) bone
1 gullible indeed to believe the .
pint oysters person ,
less fish fillets, and (4) fish steaks. :
--- ft cup butter theory (which, by the way, has nev- -
Fish and foods be '
Earn Tires, Extra Wages, receiving cash sea may pur- VhS' '
1 quart rich 'milk ._ er been proved) that man has
orders our tire customers bring to chased
your quick-frozen too. ,
home. Experience unnecessary. Ref. req. Salt and pepper to taste evolved from some elementary sub- ;tiZ r :,>
USA Stores, Box 362, Columbus Ohio. If fish is purchased "in the
Place oysters strained oyster liquor stance by way of the animal into \
" \ round," that is with skin, bones,
and butter in a saucepan and his present high estate. Man came
ROSE BUSHESROSES head and tail included, allow one until '
cook gently from the hand of God ready to take

pound of fish per serving; if pur- edges of oysters dominion over the earth (vv. 28-30)),
: Finest quality two year field chased cleaned and scaled allow
grown. Low delivered prices. Ask... for begin to curl. able to name all the animals (Gen.
list and prices. LANG line? NtlH ; R- one pound for two servings, and if
1ES, BOX 929 TYLER TEXAS. Heat milk in a 2:19, 20)), and above all capableof /
in the form of fish filletsor
purchased ; '
3 ] separate sauce- fellowship with God.
fish steaks allow pound for
one
pan at the same Remember that you are God's creation -
three servings.Fish ) ; time. (Caution: and that you bear His likeness

HNR) GESTR.ONSensational cookery is simple especiallywhen Milk should be and you ,will have a high regardfor

Relief from Indigestionand you use fish that is cleaned thoroughly heated-but should not your life. You will guard it,

If the first dose One of Dose this Proves plcasant-tsstlne I: lltfla and scaled, fillets, steaks, or the boip Add, oysters;; to milk and season develop it, and above all you will

black complete: tablet relict doesn't you bring hero you experienced tho fastest send and bottle most qui kfrozen'products. Remember, to taste. Serve immediately. commit it in glad surrender to God
back to us and get DOUBLE MONEY BACK. This though, that the flavor of most fish Jesus Christ.
Sauteed
.. i\ Bell-ana tablet helps the stomach digest food Oysters. through ,I
is delicate and that need well-
and lets you
makes the dress stomach fluids hcrmlejs
(Serves 4) ,
you eat the nourishing foods you need. For heartburn II. The Believer Is Indwelt by the,

excess. sick stomach: headache fluids and making upsets you so often feel caused cour actsick by: accompani 1 pint oysters (large) Holy Spirit (I Cor. 6:19, 20). '

all ever-JT7ST ONE DOSE of Bell-sns proves.., 1 cup cracker crumbs Redemption at the great price ofJesus' :
speedy relief. S5& everywhere.
You'll find .
practical and easy-to- ft teaspoon salt
blood not only makes the believer
follow recipes for preparing fish and ft teaspoon men may use fancier
pepper
belong to God (v. 20), but. RESEARCH
Let Sorrow Sleep sea foods in my booklet, "Feeding ft cup butter also makes his body the temple of': but they say the same

When sorrow, sleepeth, wake it Father." There are recipes for the Drain oysters. Add salt and pep- the Holy Spirit. When the child of thing about cigarettes as Roy Con-

not, but let it slumber on.MissM. old-fashioned cod fish balls men per to cracker crumbs, blend '' acher (above), high-scoring forwardof
God that truth, his attitude
A. Stodart. love, for delicious clam chowder, oughly, and then roll oysters thor'I''I' toward grasps his body and toward his life, the Boston Bruins.Scientists know

and for the other fish and -sea food seasoned crumbs, covering thoroughly I which it bears is revolutionized. that nothing 0 destroys the delicate

dishes you'll want to serve your Melt butter in frying pan Since the third. of the blessed elements of cigarette fragrance and ,
S family often. person flavor like the excess heat of too-fast
and saute oysters until they are
Trinity dwells in me, I will not abuse,
Fish in Pepper Shells. golden brown on one side. Turn' neglect, or misuse my body. I will burning. Slow-burning Camels give
(Serves 6) with spatula or pancake turner and more pleasure per puff and more
not take it to places _where the indwelling -
THROAT 6 tablespoons butter brown on other side. Drain on absorbent Spirit would not go. j I puffs per pack (see below).

6 tablespoons flour paper and serve very hot
will not use it or any of its members -
Has a cold made it hurt r +rr "' ft cup top milk with catsup or tartar sauce. to do anything which does not In recent laboratory tests,

even to talk? Throat rough ft teaspoon salt Crab Meat Sunday Night Supper honor God. On the other hand, I CAMELS burned 25%slower
and scratchy? Get a box of4Luden'e.You'115ndLudcn's 1 lemon
tablespoon
'" juice Sandwiches. will yield ,it without delay and with than the average of the
special ingredients,with 2h'tea'spoon Worcestershire sauce (Serves 5)
reservation the
;; ; 1 out to Holy Spirit
15 other of
the
cooling menthol, N :/ 2 cups cold fish (flaked) 9 largestselling
a great :: : i 1 13-ounce tin crab meat and count on Him to empower and
aid in helping :soothe that ,, 6 whole green peppers 5 slices white bread brands tested-slower
\ 0 use it for God's glory.
"sandpaper Jhroatl"LUDEN'S
1 bread crumbs than of them. That
cup ft pound Roquefort cheese any
The writer wishes to bear testi-
5Menthol Paprika I ft cup cream mony that when this truth laid hold means, on the average, a

Melt 3 tablespoons butter add 1 head lettuce smoking plus equal to
Cough <;,' ?' of him, even years after he was con-
Drops.WANTED ; flour and blend; add milk and cook 1 15-ounce can pimentostuffedolives verted, it changed his whole life. It ;

over low flame, can do the same for every Chris- CEXrR4SMOKES

'.... stirring constantly Toast bread on one side only. On tian who reads these lines. And what
until thick. Remove untoasted side place a
generous
WOMEN 0 about the unbeliever? He can accept -
from flame; covering of crab Christ right now and at once

38 to 62 yrs. old, who are restless/ add salt, lemon meat flaked. the Holy_Spirit will indwell him too.
moody, nervous, fear hot flashes & juice and Worces- Cover crab meat ((4's? Why not? PER PAIJI('
dizzy spells,to take Lydia E.Pink- tershire with
ham's Vegetable Compound. Fa- sauce. Roquefort r,,,, III. The Believer Should Live a

mous in helping women go smiling Then add flaked cheesesoftened 1 Separated Life (II Cor. 6:16-7:1).
thru "trying times" due to functional fish. Place in cleaned green pep- in cream. Broil We have fallen upon evil days
"irregularities." Try it! pers, top with bread crumbs, com lightly until
when it seems to be assumed by
bined with remaining butter (melt- cheese mixturehas
Christian people that only certain
ed), and a dash of paprika. Bake in browned.
individuals in the Church are calledto
USE FINE SWEDISH CHROME STEEL BLADE3KENT a moderate oven (350 degrees) approximately Serve on lettuce YV
a life of separation from worldli-
IIS FULLY GUARANTEED 25 minutes. Serve with and garnish with stuffed olives.
7 Single Edgo: Blados or 10 C ness. Men seem to say, "The
10 Double Edge Blades tomato sauce.
preacher? Of course! The deacon?

WNU-7 5-40 Hot Oven Baked Boneless Perch. Send for a Copy of 'Feeding Father.' Oh, yes! The elders? Yes! The trus-

(Serves 4) Father likes fish; he likes thick, tees? Well, not necessarily. Church

4 perch fillets hearty, soups, too, and hot breads members? Well, some do and some

1 tablespoon 'salt and apple pie, and barbecued steak. don't." It is felt that it is just a

1 cup milk You'll find he likes most of the reci- matter of choice or of disposition,

1 cup hard bread crumbs pes Eleanor Howe gives you in her and that the failure to live such a

ft cup butter (melted) booklet, "Feeding Father." separated life is really no reflectionon FOR EXTRA MILDNESS

_., May Warn of Disordered Dip fish in milk to which salt has All you_.need to do to get your one's spirituality.That ..
Kidney Action been added. Drain and then roll copy or this practical, every-day erroneous view must have EXTRA COOLNESS

Modem life with Its hurry and worry'Irregular fish in hard bread crumbs, covering cook book is to send 10 cents ,in come directly, from the devil him- ,

habits, improper eating and thoroughly. Place in a well-oiled coin to "Feeding Father," care of self. Christian man or woman, will EXTRA FLAVOR,

drinking tion-throws-its risk heavy of exposure strain on and the Infect workof baking pan and brush thoroughlywith Eleanor Howe, 919' North ,Michigan I you listen to Satan or to God'sWord

the kidneys. They arc apt to become melted butter. Bake 10 minutes Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. I ? Read again II Corinthians
over-taxed and fail to filter excess add i in a very hot oven (550 degrees Note the blessed CAMELSSLOW"
and other impurities from the life-giving 6:16, 17. promisein
.blood. ). Serve at once. It is not verse 18, and then heed the ad-

'I, headache You may dizziness suffer,nagging getting up backache nights,, necessary to turn fish while baking. "Favorite Foods for Lent" are monition in 7:1, "Dearly beloved,

I leg pains, swelling-feel constantly Fish Fillets in Tomato Cups. budget-stretchers, too. Next week let us cleanse ourselves from all

"( tired of kidney,nervous or bladder all worn disorder out. Other are sometimes signs (Serves 6) Eleanor Howe will give you filthiness of the flesh and spirit, per-

burning, scanty or too frequent 6 to 8 tomatoes menus and tested recipes for fecting holiness in the fear of God." BURNING
urination.! .
Try Doan't Pillt. Doon' help the 1 package haddock, sole, or some of the simple meatless The command and the invitationare

kidneys to pass off harmful excess body perch fillets meals you've wanted. Eggs, to you, Christian friend. If you COSTLIER TOBACCOS
waste.They have had than half
more a Salt and
century of public approval. Are recommended pepper cheese, and fish are first-rate will respond, there will be a revival -
by grateful users everywhere.- ft cup butter (melted) substitutes for 'that importantfood in your own heart, and if all
Ask: neighbor
your ft cup lemon juice those who read these lines will respond -
meat and
Miss Howe will
,
. V cup 'parsley (chopped) to God's invitatign and ad-
Posted Values
give in this column Keep on
you, some .
v
Remove slice monition there will be revival
9 a from the stem a in
Th'S end of each tomato and scoop out new ,ideas for using them. thousands of churches all over By Reading the Adsr ,

the pulp, leaving a firm cup. Sprin- I (Released by Western Newspaper Union.). America this week. Why not?







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PAGE' FOT7B THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1040
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News r froze-on a lovelier bride. ClewIs- husbands'. A few ads like that would go a lobby in Tallahassee and so far no
The Clewiston
ton gives her a warm welcome with Such a freeze comes but seldom, long way toward bringing our home Florida legislature had ever been 1
sincere wishes for her happiness. thank goodness. But the first warm folks to realize how backward we strong enough to oppose it.

Published every Friday In Clewiston I There's one story of the weddingthat day we hastily washed all sweatersand are in this respect. At the same I am inclined to believe that .a h
Florida by the CLEWISTON NEWS., you won't read in the news sent heavy coats to the cleaners time it would be so contrary to the single page advertisement in the
Inc columns. After the ceremony Mr. at our house, just in case! usual appeal found in advertise- Saturday Evening Post along that

Moran called his mother over long At last the telephone at the ments that I'm inclined to believeit (Continued: on page
KEATHLEV BOWDICtf. Editor distance at her home in Milledge- house is in! All you who have would leave a favorable impres- I five
ville, Ga. and after he and Virginia called 113 since the new phone sion on the reader and react toFlorida's

Entered as second class mail matter talked to her, the orchestra played"I books came out, try it again, and good..
February I, 1927, at the Post Office in, Love You Truly" for her. And we'll promise to answer' (Suggestionto While I told them of the many
Clewiston, Florida, under the Act r.!
March 3, 1807.Subscrlptlou. those of us who learned to know Jim Jowers, send a copy of the interesting and delighful attrac-
and love this dear mother during new book to Horace Hcidt's Pot of tions of Miami, Jacksonville,. Tampa,
her visits to her son, will be thrilledto Gold Program). Pensacola, Orlando, St. Petersburgand
Rate $2.0O Per Year. other points, I think I'd point
realize the happiness which that
And that's about all we can
Application. I out that all of these charming cities
Advertising Rates On act of thoughtfulness brought her. stand in one week.
He is as the
were infested with loan sharks and :young as
So much for the wedding. After
? salary buyers whom the good 'people junior class of war veterans
Devoted to the advancement and wel- all the last week of January, 1910

fare of Clewiston and Hendry County. will also' be known as the time .:..:..;..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. the of helpless Florida, permitted the weak.to and prey the on and young old enough enough to be to nimble know
of the 40 freeze. For our vege-
ignorant, making small loans and that a lot of things won't
tables did get killed, our shrubberyfroze
You are being given another. l i charging as high as 300 per cent work.-Fort Myers News-, N
; and everything but the hardiest Too Late To ClassifyBy I !
opportunity to join the Red, Cross. I plants failed to come through.At interest. Of course I'd explain that Press.
the racketeers operating such- institutions -
And have you contributed your : this writing, the damage to the RUSSELL KAY I

ten cents to the "March of Dimes?" I it cane is comforting has not been to the estimated section, that but I .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. I maintained a powerful I
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and I sugar-cane is a widely grown pro- I I INNNNI. .. .. . . . . . . .... .. . . ...,. . .
y. Snow in Clewiston this week I NNNIINN NNNN NNN. NNN .NNN..N1. .1..NN. ..NNNNN. .NNW
x 1 1. 1 1/ 1 x 1/ 1 1 NMNNN
Several gubernatorial candidates I 1 1/ 1 x 1 1. 1 1 1. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
duct, for it stands cold that kills
Y
even though it was hauled in from I
," the tender winter vegetables. Farmers advocate a constructive intelligent
the north it is unusual that it I '
Florida.
; ," could reach here before it melted. that grov cane realize some- advertising program for l I
thing for their efforts and those They contend that we should makea I ROYAL PALM

,;,' Florida took an awful kick in who 'planted vegetables exclusivelyare greater effort to tell folks in .
:', the pants from the recent freeze wiped out. other sections of the charm and

: but she'll snap back like a rubber We went back in memory to our advantages of our state. THE PRETTIEST AVENUE IN ..
f band. I childhood and recalled all the That's fine, but just what are .
they going to advertise? Sunshine
little cold-weather tricks we ever

r We: hope prosperity returns before knew. It helped a lot to put a bathing beaches-mocking birds t CLEW ISTON! _:
i ', another cold spell such as wool blanket underneath the bottom -and all the other famed attrac-
13 .
,.'. the one last week. Our wardrobe sheet on the bed" and warming the tions? Swell, I'm for it. But I
y
i't needs replenishing. more plates enjoyable.in the oven The made favorite the itemson meal I would wouldn't go content further myself than that with -tell-I ; We have the only two lots available at :y;:

j : The waterway delegation feels the menu were soup, cocoa, ing just ONE SIDE of the story.
: that it had a successful trip to spaghetti, broiled grapefruit, oyster Every now and then I'd injectan less than $500 and these are priced way *.

<_ Washington. At least they saw stew, chili. We used the left-over advertisement for all the worldto .. '..
.... plenty of snow and some members wool baby blankets to wrap around read that would do more for :;: under that figure 'for immediate sale. :::
had never seen any before. the youngsters feet in bed (not to Florida than all the other ads combined .. .. ,_
speak of our own). A pairof I'd take liberal space in +
Today is groundhog day and there ordinary garden gloves rested on northern papers and magazines to ; y
was no reason why he should not the wood-basket and the bottle of point out a few things about this :: ::

:-. have seen his shadow here.. If that Jergen's"'" lotion (page Walter Win- state- that we now leave unsaid, :: 1- JEB ear dl ey' ::
means cold weather we should chell) went down by inches. but which would be better TOLD. .
worry for we're acclimated now. But the most amusing of all were I'd point out to prospective y
the customs. Like the negro we tourists that along with the pleas- 2: = Real Estate yI ::

_. The manner in which everyone quoted last week "this weather ures this state had to offer, their I :: ._

starts hollering for federal help don't: suit our clothes", and more journey over our highways would I :: ART LAWRENCE BETTY SPICER ':::
when hard luck comes makes us than one man went to work with i be dangerous because we hold the :
's'
HOPKIXS I1LDG. I HONE 60 .:.
wonder if there is any such thing.. his, pajamas underneath his clothes, I woods cow sacred and that while / \
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anymore as "an act of God." and the women-bless 'emworeall enjoying our zephyrs they must I :y: R

AI. . . . . . . . . . .
their own clothes and half, their likewise dodge our heifers. .. .. .... ....
I..N.N.N.1.N.N.N.H.N.H.N.N.N.N.N.N. .N.N.N.N.N.1 .a.N.1.N.N.N. .N.N.1.N. I.N.H.N,.N. .N. .N.N.N.N.Ia.N.N.N.1C
The Florida Patrolman is a new 1
publication devoted to the activitiesof
the state highway patrol and

published in Tampa. The first copy I
' ,- of the interesting magazine reached
our desk this week.
,
e 1h
Balkan nations are preparing to
'
meet to plan a unified., neutrality. ,w
They'd better discuss plans to help -

i Finland whip Russia for they'llbe ,
next in line after the Scandinavian .
countries are disposed of.

/
:- DOGS AXD GARBAGE
ii.
k .sv\, ,
e
There nothing quite so madden- ,

.': ing as.to. be awakened in the 17Y' uy V/ASY ( ,
"' middle of the night by the noisy ViY:,p5p: ,
_' clatter of an over-turned garbage Va y yF S .4r
: can as the neighborhood canines

make their nightly forage and it is

human nature, under those con- i ,, '' / 1".
yrssaYs i\'f.c } 'bY .
) + yf%
ditions, to promise every kind ofrevenge i'fli sf4 ::; /
is .

f It is the 'nature of most peo- ''

,; ; ple, however, to forgive and for-
get when morning comes and to ::ky'ti

,,: reason that the dogs are not to ;? > : ro IONE f0f'
...;; blame for heeding the instinct of
;p. self-preservatiaon by searching for
I': food. Unfortunately there are some .. S ZONE
l f< who cannot and that is the reason

;',::.:. that at times dogs are poisoned or f

,,: shot, because of these nocturnal
ik:( : visits.. ( ,
., > A reader has made a suggestion DES aag

:}:... in this regard which we feel is opportune StpQSOJE bf
and which, he says, will keep ZONE i
''. the dogs away and not seriously 0 4

.. hurt them. Simply load a handful
,,,.t':: of hamburger with red pepper and PR6s 6s

R{... place it in the top of the garbage s a and E FIRbts '6 ?
'.:'. '._ can. When ,the dog eats it he is a4s ZONE
(:; not likely ever to visit that can I s

f ., again.' ;t'I' ENJOY SURER, STEADIER PROTECTION ,.
i : Why not try it next time and W. ;'

':', save the ground glass and poison ;Nt1: for all food...atr all times )

l's- for the mother-in-law? .: ;

,
0" : 1 With TRU-ZONE COLD you have a
"': M
:{ .
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t'M M:H x xrx x : : : : : : : : : : : :1NN1 if1,,:. ,J; definite steady temperature in each of
:<:?" -
fft. : : food-keeping zones for each setting of .
RAMBLINGS qr .
f.1Mt the True-Temp control dial. Zone 1 IS

By B. B. lN freezing cold; Zone meat-keeping p

:1:1"$ :' cold with 85% humidity; Zone 3- f
.:":":":":":":":";":":'.:":":.':":":":":":+:":":0<'" W$;* -
Remove j.: \ :. extra cold for milk and cream; .Zone 4
one of the town's lead >: :'< "
.. ing bachelors from the impressivelist _ft Why not enjoy this BETTER -standard cold for staples and left- I(

Leap with Year.which That this list column is beginning greeted ;j.y.; >.X'>, refrigeration 'NOW? It can overs; Zone) 5-"Crisping cold" with

to shrink, but take it easy, wt. .--,wti.f bo_yours -for__ as little as 90% 95% humidity for fruits and m '
aren't trusting our luck too farTuesday's .
: "!I vegetables. See this Westinghouse_
wedding, entirely un .: 25c
heralded, changed Miss Virgin!? : :1W*+ A DAY Refrigerator NOW!

Gallant into Mrs. Jay W. Moran ,
-
and caused about the biggest ripple '

of happy excitement the town "has 1' :H PARKINSON'S Inc.

ever had. There has never beer .
'a' "boss" so universally liked as "'<

Mr. Moran. From the highestpaidoffice :

assistant to the laborer in ,, ;" 1 Clewiston Florida
the field, ,everyone thinks he iE..
swell, and the congratulations and : :'ft.: ;: -. Dl.-4at2-sso

best wishes of hundreds of men :n {'xr4a'n ,;.! '!" w! .!n.R* e rw9' '+t5 T,Y}. .wnvn.,; t:3 Y
are his. As for Virginia, Florida'ssun .R 'Djflll :f l!. ga1! mr'L..it .

never shone-nor.: Its :weather rra',, .1 --.------_ .. ...:.::_: .__ ,.. !::,{.,:y. +_x+. _..,;,::. .::,: ; -
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY,. 1040 THE-CLEWISTON NEWS PAGE FIVE

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-' Sunday the cruiser Juddy Ann of support.NELL careful, efficient administration. '
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F. S. A. To Make 'npprcciated
Agent Resigns H. .JA KMAN. ]I Your vote. and support will be
J New York passed through to Sara- "'

Loans To ,Farmers sota. Later in the ,day'the U. S. -FOR TAX. CALLEGTQIrr: .' 1'- MRS HOSIER 'T4Vl L.9 R. I

.. Public .Health' .Service, cruiser Q 33of
I Tampa in' 'from Baltimore '
came
I wish to announce myself a candidate FOR SHERIFF ,
4 The Farm Security Administra-- and spent. the night ; at. the local ; forthe, office: cf .Tax' Collector,

\ j i, tion yesterday announced that r docks. Coming in at the same 'time ciiatic Hendry primaries county' subject in May.to thcj: Dem6-_ .. I? wloh.announce 'mygelfi'a!! can-
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i| no": farmer or farm worker, would and also spending, the night here 1 I am now completing my second didate for re-election to the office .
;.\ school board member cf of Sheriff of Hendry county, subject '
of term as
" J\ be ,allowed to go hungry because' Were the House Boat Ow nee 1-elda and Denaud district, an office to the Democratic primaries In May. .
of the recent' freeze and have Charleston, S., C. and the cruiser I.; have tried to fill conscientiouslyand I. am making this race solely on my .
" record of law enforcement and fair
] made. arrangements.. foe giving Phantom of Punta- Gorda. Both faithfullY. Include high dealings.to all;'and I;:;:assure the people ,
enroute to Fort Myers. 'My qualifications of. Hendry county that the" policies -
food loans to were .
; ':: emergency anyone school and c o 11 e g e. trainlnsand of this office'-will not 'change.
.; j. without work' or, ,food as, result. : Monday ,morning after spending several, years spent doing.commercial. Y ur' vote :and ;support. will be ,appreciated. .
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j} V of, the; freeze. ;, < Sunday night locally the cruiser i bookkeeping. "
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If elected I promise. the people a H L. DELANEY
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", .!' County Agent, G. C. Hodgei has a Flodie II returned to Miami 'and i I I w

,:.. i been named to handle, the loans ;MtxU. 7S5i \ the auxiliary ketch Crusailer. passed

,,. J in,|, this county: 'and. ,. states that- through enroute' to. Stuart. LaterIn 1'I I

c..,:} applications may, be made'' at his' the day the cruiser 'Priscilla II,

;:.' .office on blanks: furnished, him of Detroit' ', Mich passed through en. "- Special'Attraction :'r;j

" ;:' by> the FSA .and 1 he will: be. glad route to Fort Myers. Also passlnr i
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; to assist in .filling out 'the blanks. through Monday was the cruiser FREE I }
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Lang Syne of Bristol; 'R. I.; ,enrou"tcto ;
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'' Ft. Lauderdale.: Tuesday morn Zacchini ''/
- {i *Too, Late'T 9 Classify S ing the yacht:,' Cintra. continued hervoyage 'f

,.If c. I to. Palm Beach and the No. --, ::Bros.. '.\1
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her tender Rote. Both boats spent r '
line would cause an uproar withinour .'
to Cannonball;
the night here, the Cintra at, the !
state that the next legislature
G. C. HODGE Government slips' and the Nicoyaat air.this; R Act S .'
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evil if it :.
,, would put a stop to the the local docks Wednesday .(
didn't do anything else the entire: , hft ; Afternoon
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the. Girlie B ,, II returned to Tampa year. _
session. And when they: did, I'd and'Night
and the cruiser. 10 RI 535 went
publicize that fact with even grcai.\ 1
HODGE TENDERS '
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through to Miami. Later the cruiser
, : er vigor. Van d'y of Jacksonville passed '
; While' I told the :outsider of our through enroute to St. Petersburg. Southwest loridaEree. :1:1FA

;, .1., marvelous citrus gro'ves and urged RESIGNATION AS .:.

:l- \ :, I them. think to I'd eat.'ma more g'er.to Florida sandwich fruit in, :Nice Crowd: ( Sees, Feb. : ,FortMyers. ':

": .:...:, an ad ,or two explaining to the COUNTY \ I' '
' ; AGENTJ Exhibition 'Wrestling .12 ..' 17
.,', .,":,. \ housewife that. not all i"Fforid I .. -, -.... : ...,.... #" .' ,' : .
.: :. fruit was fit to eat. 'I'd urge' her a .)

'..." :-:: : to be mighty. cautious..about buying G. C. Hodge, county agriculturalagent I By.Girl. 'Stars, .-.. 'Educational. ; Industrial. and Agricultural :
.' orarlgcs' and grapefruit, especially. ( for Glades, and Hendry county "
..:r Florida's, early in the season, for for. the. past, three years, this week Exposition..featuring products. of ,Charlotte,

,i ., chances are she would find it juJ c- tendered' his resignation to A, P. Moore Haven Democrat) Collier, Glades, Hendry and Lee' counties '

_ Icss and half ripe.,' I'dl, explain Spencer, vice-director of the Florida A crowd of more than a hundred, .
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':'j '" :" that! it might be. beautifully colpred. Agricultural Extension Service, many of them from neighboring Tuesday, Feb. 13,-Children's Day

;'1.' but ;still worthless as.,fai, ,as: eatingwas effective ,on or about March 1; 1940. communities, saw plenty of actionin I r .
the wrestling match betweentwo _,Poultry exhibit all
showing types
it :;,;:. ;, concerned, a d"I would urge The resignation,. Mr. Hodge says, : '
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returnre. femalegrapplers. which ,head- Exhibit: ,of:Southwest. Florida's; 'finest livestock, ; .
1i t: her lito be goodenough) to will not become effective ,until all
r; I lined the first card at Boe's new Special.Grandstand Acts, featuring,Zacchini ,Bros.,
: : it to me with, the. wrapper in :which '1939 soil conservation work is com- : '
\ boxing, Tuesday juight.. afternoon; and,night.:
, ) publicize arena :
I
that. could
it came so pleted.. While, he expects all to
,i' '. '. the i shipper' through' 'the press of be clear by March ,1 he has promised No holds were barred and the I Crescent. Amusement, Co.. rides, and shows on. the.Midway, ;, ,

" ,' : the j state so, that the. people of that he will remain on the job girls threw each other about the I C. HEUCK, Secretary-Manager' :

,, .: Florida might know just who was until everything' in connection with ring in utterly unladylike manner, I
Dorothy Davis ,.,..,
surprise
blame. springing "
to :
this work' is finished. I _
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by taking two straight falls from '
: i When it come to my attention ,Mr. Hodge came to Moore Haven I I
: Mae Weston, Fans seemed more
1 that any Florida community was three years ,ago from Leon countyto than satisfied with the first ex- '
so short sighted that. during the act as county agent for Glades

1 tourist season it made, a practice county; to do soil conservation work hibition here.of feminine wrestling ever FAMOUSNOMES IN.HIS'Cf RY .
seen I
"i of gouging the tourist and winter and develop the beef cattle and

w.. visitors by advancing rents and, pasture program under the Soil Prior. to the wrestling:,bout four I ,.

,'c hotel rates beyond,", .all reason,: I Conservation and Domestic Allotment -, good boxing bouts were held with

think,, I'd advise the public of. ,the' Act.. A short time later Hendry: the principal' interest being focused;I -,>,. f .
st* fact, and call to.'their': attention county asked that he divide time on the four-round negro bout be- "I'I
'c tween Cobra Kid' of' Clewiston and iI
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other Florida communities where I between that county and Glades,
=r 'they.could find, a welcome ,and not and the arrangement was made., Robert Lee of Fort Myers which I'r '

be ..mistreated.I .:,. I :When the, Sugar, Act went into effect ended. in, a draw., The dusky lads r "'" 1 u

i in October of 1937 Mr.' Was' threw. ome.)1af.d: punches .and<_fans :. ,.
z 'realize that in sp doing I prob-I Hodge -' ; ,,,,, ,
that the boutdid i
most designated to handle this were' disappointed
I ably'would be the thoroughly. program '

.''.' disliked person in the entire state. I for the entire Lake area. rounds.not. go on another two or. more I.I!I.

; i'.: Before I got well started on such During the three years which he I
', campaign 'I would probably I In the most interesting preliminary ,7/re Tome tt6''
:: a screwy has devoted, to the program there
'.,. be boiled 'in oil, tarred and has been planted in the two counties Kid Davis'or'LaBelle kayoed '
'in the final roundof "HOME SWEET HOME"This /
Henry 'Hodges
feathered, and run out of the state 30,000'acres of improved pasture ,

; ;:>, :ona. rail. But nevertheless, such grasses and to the cattle herdsof their four-round. bout. own .

i' a *state advertising program based the counties have been added The matches were sponsored by
<\"' ; .
; of
'i-- khp home John .
s r: f:: ,on honesty, sincerity and fair play over three hundred grade and purebred the post of the Veteran's of Foreign :.. was ; \Yom \

% 7.1.: ;would live in history to the everlasting bulls. Through his office has Wars of Fort Myers and arrangedby :> Howard Payne, author of one HOME'Clewiston .

,': -t-" .' :'> .; credit and glory of Flori- been handled during the three'years Promoter De Sautel of that city of America's'best Joved songs

I .:!. ;:, da. It would keep, no one away more than a million and a half who 'handles the bouts held regularly

y YL ,but on the contrary ,would so startle dollars in AAA payments to the in the Royal Palm Bowl there.: Let,us,help you achieve,.the securityand
. -. .. and impress the reader that farmers, cattlemen and sugar cane He plans to put on a good show:

try}; folks would flock here in greater growers of the erea. here every other Tuesday night" atthe comfort{ .of a.home of your own

i ;:: numbers. for the world likes a guy Also during the period Mr. Hodge Boe Arena. 1 :

!..:-j who puts his cards on the table, vas instrumental in organizing one _' __

, i ','{> ,::who shoots square and plays they of 'the largest cattlemen's associa- .\

" :,;"., ..\,". ", .'" game. tion in the south, the Everglades : Fed'el.alSavings.
., : PAID' .
:<: />. } : Florida is a great state. Her Cattle Association with headquartersin

t. ;t'", -':people are hospitable and kind. LaBelle. Approximately 150,000

" '.''She is fundamentally square and head of cattle are owned by .members POLITICALANNOUNCEMENTS I and 'Loan Association, .
honest; all the bad that might be of this organization. A State "
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; said about her could never offset Farmers Market was built at La-

..: ',:'that which is good. But still she Belle largely through the effortsof

:has a few skeletons' in her closet this association. ,.......' ................._...'.-...._tt"t...i"*.".'..tt'i ..................................................- .......................................coo........

; and they will probably remain Mr. Hodge began work with the .
:, there for our guests to stumble
.. on Agricultural Extension Service I ,- t .'.
until we ourselves find to I
courage eighteen years ago in Wakulla coun- f
.: drag them out, and destroy them ty, in 1922. In ''1925 he was transferred This: Space Reservedfor s:

to Leon county where he .; Xi
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c 'STANDARD DEALERS remained until his transfer here

. I OFFER NEW GASOLINE in 1937. j i t.r i i't

.. '-.. I CLEWISTON GOIF _.
; < Effective Standard Oil .
today, R. N. MILLER I .t.'t'
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f ::, stations and dealers throughoutthis y1N:{ :N:0.: : : : : : : : : : :N:NN: :NN:NNN: .t.

:;: ..... territory are' offering their customers ,;.::
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: "Crown Extra" gasoline, 1 COURSE i

the extra quality product, which has GJ\lsutical GJXqtes
\
," ,'.replaced the old Crown Ethyl Gas- 1i' "

/ :ohne. (By Knotts) FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER h

"Crown Extra" is a descriptive DISTRICT 1 ..
.t.
.. name for this motor-fuel, because N:N:N:M..:..:+:wo.Moore' .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:--:..:..:..:..:..: I wish to announce that I am a $ '! -.. ..t.s.'i" ..I :
" in addition to containing tetraethyl candidate for county commissioner. .s. ..
:; ;lead fluid, Crown Extra .Gasoline cratic District 1. subject to the May Demo- ..t.f .

;:" ". has been specially made from a superior ( Haven Democrat) I have primaries.been a resident of Clewlston I
: : base stock-extra Wednesday evening the cruiser for eleven years and feel that
: fine in all I,
Nicobe II of Chicago passed through my long: experience as a resident,
.' its 'specifications. property owner and business man in
:(k : .:-,. Made for those who want the enroute to Fort Lauderdale. Thurs- the district will help me In. representing i 1
day the Yacht Cintra of Philadel- it on the county bosird.If to thePublic II
.....r s, 1. phia made the Westboundto
; {; ,.ty gasoline, selling at the, same, passage best service of which I am
I 1, 5": Boca Grande She. is acraft of capable. J
.:.price formerly charged for Crown .. I will appreciate your vote and
J! ., 104 tons. s .s.
-: \: Ethyl. support. : .
Y, ,:.';; On Friday the tug Toney with G. E. ETHERTON. : h.
' : two steel barges of 300 tons eirch T
}: Fire: Control Board
FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENTI
passed through enroute to the .
1;" {:- To Meet Southern Kraft ,company at George-, I I; .{.
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Wednesday wish to 'rnnounce to the voters of .!+
.: town, S. C. They came from Mobile, Hendry county "that I am a candidate .
.: ---;- Ala. Later in the day the cruiser for the office of county superintendent ,

l .' ) "' A meeting of the Everglades Fire Flodie II of Stratford, Conn came May Democratic of public primaries.I Instruction. in the I .'. <. ; t

41 .;.:. ; Control has been called for next through enroute to St. Petersburgand have lived in Hendry county mostof Moderate Green Fees
'.: "Wednesday in Fort Lauderdale for the Auxiliary Ketch Blue Bill my life: have been teacher and :. i:
; principal in schools of Hendry Lee
:: ,'the purpose of electing a new board of Providence, R. I. made the re- and Glades counties for 16 years12of _: Exceptional Fairways *:
; chairman to replace R. Boe 'of Moore turn journey in search of warm them in LaBelle I hold a life
.J ::,.-:Haven who graduate state certificate, and a life
resigned the first of 'weather.
They were headed for
: first grade certificate and am a I Interesting Greens
; ",January.The the Bahamas. On Saturday the college graduate with the degree of 3 ,

meeting was, called by J. F." cruiser. Anna ot.. Palm Beach returned Bachelor If elected of Science, in Education.; .)
" as your superintendentI .
1 :Colson of Pahokee_ vice-chairman. .. to Palm Beach after a'short promise a conscientious, faithfuland
; .r., sojourn on! the West<, Coast, On.; ,I'' I' 'w)11.-appreciate..: :vote.. and'( &:. ,.. .,.... &0.v>cl .. ":, I" .M ,. ... -






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PAGE' SIX Tim OLEWtSTON NEWS FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1940,

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Owen, treasurer. Mrs. Knight served p. m. at church. i thereto: as the landowners determine.;
Beautiful Inn Garden Is light refreshments. Evening worship, period beginn- II and
3. Transacting such other business
Those who are members of the ing at 7:30 p. m.
i as may come before the meeting
class are Leah Richaud, Dick Owen, Subject for evening sermon will BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF;

Little By Cold Marianne Jones, Nora Oglesby, I be "Christ the True Manna". I I SUGARLAND DISTRICT.By DRAINAGE '....
Damaged
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Emily Joyce Bullen, Mary Louise Monthly business meeting : F. DEANE DUFF
Thomas Jo Ann Crouch, Carline lowing evening services. fOI-1 President. .
o Berner, Doris Simmons, Shirley Dated January 19, 1940. -
Midweek services
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To be published In Issues cf January .-,
One of the prettiest gardens in witt. Owen, Grace. Ward and Margie 7:30 p. m.Auxiliaries. 26, and February 2, 1940.

this section of the state. Is that of Seventh grade Lawrence I Allen. meet Monday as

the Clewiston Inn, which has a Guthrie, Nick Schifli, Leonard usual. ,
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large space in the block adjoiningthe On Thursday, February 8th at NOTICE -REGISTRATION
Moore, Edwin Roath, Doris Poole,
Inn itself planted to various Iris Pittman. -. llllmm IIrn!! N 1I1mmlli II I IIi.ll flAUQlli fIi mlmlilliilllmm lll ll m First Baptist church of West Palm DISTRICT REGISTRATION BOOKS

flowers. Most of these came throughthe Eighth grade-Mary Lou Jenn- \ WITH "'HEIS Beach there will be taught the open from the first Monday in Feb-

recent cold spell' undamaged.The ings, Beatrice Pratt, Phillip Mc- 11" book "Give ye them to eat"byMrs. Monday ruary (February in March 5th(March) and close 4th). first.

only complete' loss, accordingto Leod. J. B. Beatright. This Is a Hours these books are to be kept
Mrs. C. L. Downs, was 300 Ninth grade-Isabelle Mills. Churches book on Home Missions and we open are from 9:00' A. :M.: to 12 :M.: and
from 2:00 to 5:00 P. M.
Easter lily bulbs. I Tenth grade -= Hagar Lowe, are anxious for as many of our COUNTY REGISTRATION BOOKS

couple Blooms of weeks will be by the delayed cold' as for the a Louise worth. Roath',;, Louise ,Hollings- L,! m; li J. m lll ,AM ld women"Oh to Lord go as how can great do so.are' thy open tion's the first in Office the Monday at Supervisor fife Court in March of House Registra-(March from

garden was just ready to burst into Eleventh grade-Leah" Richaud, ST. MARGARET'S CATHOLIC works! and thy thoughts are very 4th) to and including third Saturday

bloom when the cold wave, reached Twelfth grade=Florence Graham CHURCHRev. deep" Ps. 92: 5.PENTECOSTAL. preceding first. primary which )Js y-
(April 20th) Closes midnight, April
here. Just at present the roses 'Maxine Doty, Marie Robbins, J. D. Lawrence J. Flynn' Pastor: 20th.Hours

and calendulae are furnishing mostof Hooker, Hervey Bourne. CHURCH I these books are to be kept
open are from 9:00 A. M. to 12:00M.
flowers with' which the din- "
the : Mass each Sunday' morning at South Clewiston and from 2:00 to 5:00 P. :M.: each
ing tables and the lobby are decorated day. Sundays excepted. (Chap. 19663
8 o'clock
The calandulae MONTHLY HONOR ROLL excepting the last Sun- rt;, Acts. of 1939).
daily. First grade Bevoly'FIaniken, day of the month when the time is .K: 1 The registration books of Hcndry
yellow and orange flowers are par- 10:30. Services Every Sunday: County, will be open in the Precincts
Junior Golden, 'Messar, John
ticularly pretty in the dining room, Evelyn Sunday school at 9:45. for the registration ot electors, in
Confessions heard every' Sat-
Shiffli. are the following places.
while the large lobby with its Second grade-Richard Knight, urday evening from 7:30 until 8:30 Morning worship at 11 a. m. Precinct One, Alston-s Drug Store,
cypress walls provide a perfect Young Peoples meeting, 6 p. m. Parker T. Wilson, District Officer.
Volney Robbins, Harry Vaughn, and before all the Masses. ? Precinct Two, Cities Service Statio'n.Josephine ,
of mixed
setting for large vases Rev. M. _M. Dudley, director.
Johnson, District Officer.
Weekday Mass
Shirley Benbow,' Mauryne Johnson, every morning at '
roses and garbera. The Inn Gardens Evangelistic services 7:30 p. m. Precinct Three, LaBelle Drug Store,
.
Anne Prewitt, John Williams. 8:00 o'clock.Devotions
Wade M. Cartee, District Officer.
have 359 rose bushes now -in bloom. Tuesday evening service 7:30 0.
p.
Third grade-Bob Hannah, Dick in honor of Our Ladyof Precinct Four, Denaud Post Office
These are the familiar red and m. :Mrs. Clyde' Crawford, District Officer.
McLoyd, Charles Miner, Alfred Perpetual Help are conducted Precinct Five, Felda Post Office,
pink Radiance; the Hadley, a deep Friday evening service 7:30
in Dodge, Christine. Espenlaub, Shirley Friday evenings at 8 o'clock, fol- p. Mrs. May, Atchley, District Officer;;
velvety red, the Talisman, I
m. JOHN L. HALL,
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Owen: lowed by Benediction of the Most
coppery shades, and the Roslyn, a The public is cordially invited to I Supervisor of Registration.
Fourth ,grade Clifford Beaty, Blessed Sacrament. Hendry County, Florida.No. .
beautiful yellow rose. Carolyne Burnes, Sidney Broad. Religious Instruction Class for attend all services.M. I Jan.19-26.. Feb. 2.
There are 700 plants of various I M. pUDLEYpastor..
Mary Bussel, Kim Kolstad, Dick children Saturday morning at nine

annuals, including snapdragons, Shiffli, Katherine Dyess, Betty here in Clewiston, and after Sunday

gerberas, baby's breath'and carna- Emerick, Anthony Touliss, Betty Mass in Pahokee. The present session of _Con- mi"1" Hilt

tions, which will give a riot of Golden, Annie Adams, Shirley The Mass :schedule of Pahokee is gress will undoubtedly be faced Do you ltn whowe.a4Jj

color a little later in the season. Tarleton.. 10:30 every Sunday, excepting the with consideration of sugar legisla-

50 dahlia bulbs are also being Fifth grade Charles ,Benbow, last Sunday of the month, when tion. Congress should not overlookthe

planted this week. I Louise Prewitt, June Espenlaub. I Mass is at eight o'clock. The public fact that consumers' interestsfar 1_

Those who are watching the ]I Sixth grade-Jean Auger, Emily regardless of religious belief, outweigh producers' interests.The would beto

garden are showing great interestin Pullen, Nora Oglesby, Wanda is always welcome in this church. necessity of protecting the consumer -
calla lilies, since several
the Shelfer, Ouida Johnson, Jean Walker. resulting in suspension of build or
unusual varieties have been buy
very ,
COMMUNITY CHURCH sugar control legislation, very clear-
planted.' Last year the white callas Seventh grade Sue Von Mach, ly proves that restriction, limita- refinance a

were so lovely that Mrs. Downs ,Betty Perez ,Sherwood Hall, Nick Bible school is at 9:45 a. m., tion and proration are not for the
decided to try other colors this year,
Shiffli, Richard Hannah. B. C. Flaniken, superintendent. best Interests of the sugar con-
home
is
hoping that the garden particu-
Eighth grade-Marianne Jones, sumers of the United States. hplan
larly well adapted to this variey of Worship hour 11 a. m., J. E.
lily. There are now 700 callas Norma Bussel, Ernest Oliver I Beardsley, choir director and Mrs.J. Ou/l -
Ninth grade-Betty Berg, Elbert M. Doty pianist.
25 of them the rare black
growing I Hooker, Gloria McDuffie, Gertrude Serman theme: "Credability and NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING OF
lilies, which are considered the LANDOWNERS OF SUGAR LAND )
Ullendahl. "
25 100 Inspiration. DRAINAGE: DISTRICT FULL DETAILS GIVEN. y
most exotic; pink, yellow ..
the' Tenth grade Mary Johnson, The C. E. Society meets on Mon-
which should be loveliest of
Louise Hollingsworth. day at 7:30. Dick Patterson is the Notice Is hereby given that pur- WITH NO, OBLIGATION
all and the remaining 550 are the suant to call of the Board of Super-
.Eleventh grade-June Hooker, program leader and Lee Pridgen .
popular white calla. visors of Sugarland Drainage District -
ever Doris Hodges, Julia Oglesby, Renee I president. the annual meeting the land-
Mrs. Downs is experimenting with J owners of Sugarland Drainage 'District 'Buying home
Wethington, Dick Tarleton. KENT PENDLETON, a
a few purple iris this year, and she for the year 1940 will be held
Twelfth grade-Edythe Cornette, I Minister. at, the office of said District in the I of your own is I
also has numerous petunias, phlox Maxine Doty, Florence Graham, City Hall'Building, Clewiston, Hendry the finest type
and other flowering annuals which County, Florida, on Tuesday, Feb-
Louis Lietter, Dick Patterson, BAPTIST CHURCH
13. o'clock
ruary 1940 at ten-thirty of JhriitClewiston
will be left to provide color on the
Hervey Bourne, J. D. Hooker, I Rev. H. G. McLeroy, .Pastor.:_ A. M.. Eastern Standard Time" for
gardens. ) the purpose of .
Munselle
Stone. \ -L-: -
The flowers have added a great 1. Electing one Supervisor for a Federal
I Sunday school, 9:45, ,. B.. E. Herr- term of three years.
deal to the charm of the Inn and 2. Receiving annual reports and
.. visitors often express a great deal FIRST SEMESTER HONOR ing, supt. taking such action with respect and
of interest in the garden itself. ROLL Morning worship at. 11:00 am., Savings LoanAssociation y

Twelfth grade-Edythe Cornette, pastor 'in charge.

._ h'__ '. __ Maxine Doty, Florence Graham, Monthly Deacons' meeting 3:00 Is Your Subscription Paid
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Louis Lieter, Hervey Bourne, J. D.


" SCHOOL NEWS Doris Hooker Eleventh Hodges, Munselle,grade-June Julia Stone.Oglesby Hooker, Renee, .:.:tt:.-.r.-.r..:..:i.i".ri.----i"K.i.i": : : : : : : : : : ..::. .! :.*:.;... :....:..:............;......;....;..;...;...;....;...;...:..:......::-"+:."..:..".;.",.;..".:..".:..".;."..:.'...:.."..:"..:..".:."..;....':..".;..".;.."..;."..;....:.'...:.....:....;.....:....;....;......:......;.....;.....;......:..:.....::.".::....::.K..X"XV)


Editor _........._._ Dick Patterson Wethington, Dick Tarleton. .AA! ,.
Tenth grade Mary Johnson .:,A : 1
Assistant Editor .... Doris Hodges .:..:. :
Louise Hollingsworth. : .
Sports Editor __.. Dick Tarleton Ninth grade-Betty Berg, Elbert .' : ." < "'. '. .::::
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Assistant Sports Editor Hooker, Gloria McDuffie, Gertrude :11 ENJOY AN : > 1 I ?

Louise Leiter Ullendale.' ,I f { ... < .

;. ,. Society _........ Marie Robbins' Eighth grade Marianne Jones, : ; :

:: Features and Clubs, Julia Oglesby Nettie Pearl Norton, Ernest Oliver. 'i::: -. J : ALL ELECTRIC ;'.;t .. .
''i Humor ......._._..__._.... ElTon. Mach Seventh grade-Betty Perez. : 'L." ; AXi

t,'.I', Advisor ............_._........... Mr. Lado Sixth grade-Jean Augur, Emily ,::i: ,/ t-;''> : :: .:/:. i

r' Pullen, Nora Oglesby, Wanda :i : ..
.' HOME 'I' AXI
'< h : _.-' '." .. j' Shelfer, Ouida Joan Walker. : '- .": .H.,.':j- :I:
Fifth grade Charles Benbow, ;::: < / ". i .

'. BIOLOGY CLASS HAS DEBATE Louise Prewitt, June Espenlaub. 'i i:: < ,' : / '.:...\ .. :::
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!, : Fourth grade-Shirley 'Tarleton, : AIV ...." ;' -
Thursday morning the members -IY'.
iX '. .
Kim Kolstad, Mary Bussel, Ernest : ? ,
( of the biology class enjoyed a de- '. ..,.
{ Smith, Dick Schiffli, Kathryn Dyess,

:. ,that bate.environment The question is more was-Resolved important Caroline Berner. .:: : Electricity is. the modern servant"; a servant 'that **

. than Heredity. Third grade-Alfred Dodge. ;t A takes of both the work and the of the s
Second grade-Richard Knight, :; care pleasures :;:::

'. The speakers on the affirmative Volney Robbins, Harry Vaughn, 4 : home and that will do H:!:
efficient
:' .r'- side were Carlton Prevatt, Bud Shirley Benbow. SAE one everything quickly, ;i:::

> Vaughn, and Sam Lang and the :: and
ly economically. ;
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;h: First grade Junior Golden, ; : ::
speakers on the negative side were
Bevoly Flaniken, Rachel Miner, :; XTp
;>- Dick Owen, Audrey McLaughlin and

i'' Dick Tarleton. I I Edwin Eleanor Messer Von Mach, Mary, Wayne Oliver,Shelfer James, .j;i: :: One penny will toast 26 crunchy slices of toast, or :;:::

(I. negative Both the sides affirmative brought out and some the Adams. j::: give your eyes two hours of safe reading light or operate .

t-., very interesting points on the FIRST. GRADE-PRESENTS ;.j$:::i: your radio for most of a day-and-ELECTRICITY is :!:::

ti{' question for the ,judges making to It decide vrey the difficult win- CHAPEL PROGRAMOn :io;;::: one thing that gets cheaper the more of it that you use. XI:::;:

1 t[' Wednesday the pupils of the :: yE
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first grade presented a very enter- ; .

r F .'. t v I that a lion it has is because a lion of and heredity not a that pine taining program. The play took :.;:::::: (JP That IS why it is 'so easy to have and enjoy a home .:::;:

..! tree and chicken has chickens and place in a kitchen where two little ;_::::_: that is all electric and modern. :::::::
: not boys were making a cake. All the :: ..
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difficulties involved in making a iXX;
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' among cake confronted them and furnished :: ',
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f 'lancing by Eleonor Von Mach and : IS YOUR CHEAPEST SERVANT :
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;,. First grade Bevoly Flaniken. "The Old Fashioned Glee'club Garden" was :i;!::: -USE' IT EXTRAVAGANTLY. :XX;::;:
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'; Richard Griffin, Lawrence Tingle, the sang the : ;Z; 1O.

:: :,.' Patsy Meredith, Mary Ann Emrick. song. 8; ;
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: Floyd Phillips, Volney Robbins, Music Club Is -.. J'- .It...
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Gladys Jackson. Mrs. Josephine Kni ht'entprtaiTl' xy.

if:. Fourth grade-Betty Lou Emrick, ed members of her music class with ;I! /

t .:. Katherine Fifth grade Dyess-, Harold Gilbert Broaderick.McLeod, :a social' afternoon meeting, at at which her home time Friday a- ;AX AX= / Glades' Power and light Co. !I!!

.: Gene Mills, Sammy Young, Janice music club was organized.The *.:. ,/ i

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composers. Officers were elected ;: 'lt

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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY, 1040 THE CLEWISTOX NEWS PAGE SEVEN!



Bob Patterson, who attends the Moran Weds Miss Gallant 1 1I FOR MODERN PLUMBINGSee ,..
University of Florida, arrived from [Jay Virginia I ,
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Gainesville Wednesday to spend the W. B', McCOLLUM '

',I l Personals j 'spring Palm Y. Patterson Beach.holidays.met Mr.him and in Mrs.West R. I Tuesday Night In West Palm Beach I II I Plumbing Clcwlftton Apartments and Florida Heating 1 1Schult :}


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Mr. and Mrs. A. H. King were Jim Beardsley, student at the Miss Mr. and Virginia Mrs. Gallant A. N. Gallant daughterof of Missionary AssemblyTo MECHANICAL, STHUCTURAIJ-
University of Florida is spendingthe ARCHITECTURAL DESIGNS
', : visitors in Fort Myers Monday. Miami, and Jay W. Moran of Clew. Meet In Ft. ,
: holidays here with his parents, Myers
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Maps Estimates
>- .- iston were married inVest Palm I -
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Beardsley, and "
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:::.; Tom Collins of Syracuse N. Y. Beach Tuesday afternoon at five Programs have been distributedin JOHN II. DOTY -
has as his guest a fellow-student, '
;/; is visiting Wilbur Goff Bob Goodman of Miami. o'clock. The ceremony was per- Clewiston for the Fort Myers I Engineering; Consultant .

I' ', formed by Rev. Clark Neale Edwards meeting of the Florida Chain of ..

:, .i"!" R. E., Kurtz of Fort Myers was BRIDGE CLUBS MEET minister of the First Presbyterian -I Missionary Assemblies to be held ., Hopkins Bldg. Clewiston, Fla.

:, a visitor in Clewiston \Vednesday.Mr. I' Church, in the home of I there at the First Baptist church
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.. .-_< Mrs. W. H. Lanier was winnerof Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Jaeckel, where from Wednesday, February 7 .

:. :;- ,' and Mrs. W. F. Thirkildson two pairs of shears as' high score j I the bride has sided_ for the pat:: through Friday February 9. All
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;, 1' of Miami were visitor here Tues- prize at the Wednesday Bridge Club I year.The churches unite in this meeting and Johnson's Fish Camp .
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'r. day. which met at the home of Mrs. vows were exchanged: beforean the opportunity is given to hear

'H. R. Hall this week. Mrs. L. C. I improvised altar of palms and. some of. the World's greatest mis- (Near Hurricane Gate) ,,-

.-v JP-i, Miss Seale Effinger of Shamrock Miller made the lucky cut and was 'I baskets of gladioli. ,Roses and sionary speakers. Clewiston, Fla. .
spent several days here this week This is the tenth of
awarded cut-work. centerpiece. gladioli were also arranged: in the year unique
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'" : visiting Miss Betty Spicer. drawing room, where the ring service to the people of Florida Boats and Motors-Guide Service '
y Chicken a la king, pickled
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ceremony was performed and in and ,their winter' visitors with a Rates ReasonableW. : :
peaches wafers, cookies and coffee V
Mr. and Mrs. Johnson \garner were served; by the hostess to Mrs. others rooms of the house. team of ten or more World Christ- H. Johnson, Mgr.
are leaving this week, to make their I ian statesmen from five continents
Lanier Mrs. Miller, Mrs. R. N. Wedding music was furnished by
home in Miami. appearing in each of the larger
Smith, Mrs. C. E. Johnson, Mrs. J. I the Hotel ,George Washington
W. Ezelle, Mrs. Keathley Bowden, I orchestra. The bride and groom I cities for a most interesting series I ,
Mr. and Mrs. John"Lucaa and i of lectures. OFFICE MACHINE SERVICE
Mrs. G. B. Thomas and Mrs. R. C. entered the room to th'e strains of '
M. T. Evans were visitors Monday I The first service will be on Wednesday CO.J. i
Wilson. the Bridal Chorus from Lohengrin.
- in Fort Myers. evening with Rev. W. E. WILCOX ,;
They were ,unattended.For Typewriter and Adding; Machine .
/ Mrs. A. C. Carlton was hostess to Dance presiding and two interest- Repairs and Service .{a
.$ Mrs. Clyde Baker and her sister, members her bridge club Wednesday her wedding the bride chosean I ing addresses. There will be three Also Signs of 'All Kind ;i
HOT 491 ,'
afternoon frock of hyacinth blue -aI
; Mrs. Adrian Shuler were: recent afternoon. Mrs. Foy Durr- I services on Thursday at ten a. m.,

," visitors in Winter Haven. ence won both the high prize anda crepe with white accessories. Her 2 p. m. and 7:30 p. m. and the "
;' was a white orchid with
corsage
'. traveling prize, and received same number on Friday.A .
., Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Jowers attended narcissus bulbs in a pottery container I lilies of the valley. young people's service will be ;

. .':' the wrestling watches in !Moore and a 'box of toilet soap. A Following the wedding an Informal held at 7:15 on,. Friday at the J. M. COUSE
Haven Tuesday evening. reception was held and Mrs. '' Christian Church with two interest- '\
dish towel as low prize, went to
" Counselor and Law
,: Jaeckel served a buffet supper to 'I Attorney at
,. Mrs. G. E. Etherton.Hot ing talks by a native of India. and
Hopkins Building 5
Mr. and Mrs., B. E. Nail jr. and the guests. The table was centered an American with a great deal of I
j I
,:, ': moved rolls, salad potato chips with red roses and burning white experience in since Wednesdays and Saturdays L
:. baby son, Daryl Wayne, to I Germany the 4:00 .
pickles and coffee were served by tapers. The wedding cake which 0:80 to r
Clewiston this week from Pahokee.Mr. war. .,
. .;, Mrs. Carlton to Mrs. Jimmy Weaver was placed on the buffet. was de-
Mrs. John Elmore, Mrs., V. C. Woodward Americans should
corated with white roses and topped not be pro-
.{ and Mrs. J.: L. Whitaker and Glance, Scientifically Broken Lenses .'
':' : '. '; sons 'were guests of relatives in Mrs. R. M. Hare, jr., Mrs.R. by a miniature bride and groom hibited from supplying their own Fitted end Repaired DuplicatedDR. ';'

> Fort Myers Monday and Tuesday. J. Lee Mrs. C. E. Miner Mrs. standing beneath an arch of liliesof food requirements. As long as F. D. GUDBAUROptometrist

,.); : ..;"..',. Etherton and Mrs. ,Durrence. the valley. I'' sugar is a non-surplus crop there ',"
'- ':', Bert Brown and J. T. Russell Mrs. Moran resided in Clewistonfor should be no limitation on' its pro- Phone IDS 3 Collier Arcade 1
, BEARDSLEYS ARE HOSTSMr. Fort Mycr, Florida w
.l: :.::': of West Palm Beach were business several years, when her father duction. Successor to K. H. Oakley :'aNN -!

was associated with the Clewiston . . .
;. : visitors in Clewiston Thursday. and Mrs. J. E. Beardsleywere ,a
: sub-office of U. S. Engineers. She
hosts Tuesday evening at an I ..... ............. ,
;: Mrs. F. D. Duff and Mrs. H. A. informal previously attended the Ocala .'.:. :N: ;":":":NNNN, :N:":":NN'1: : : : :.: : : :-:NNNNNNNNNN, NNNNNNNNNNNMNNDOLLARS .;:. '
at The
:,, Bestor were Palm Beach visitors supper party schools, and is a graduate of the .!. .:. "
Farm
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Beardsley complimenting
r ': I Fassifern School for Girls in Hend-
: Tuesday.Mrs. their son, James W. Beardsley and '1
ersonville. North Carolina. For the !
.', Bob Goodman, students from the I NOT 100 :_;
... A. B. Hunt and Mrs. J. D. University of Florida who were past year she has been associatedwith
, tp ; the Atlantic National Bank in I
Baigrie of LaBelle spent the week
home for a few days vacation. ? J
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C West Palm Beach. .. .%. '"
here with Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Those attending were Mr. and '
Mr. Moran is the son of Mrs., ,
Herring.Mr. Mrs. A. W. Lawrence, Miss Betty PER ACRE LAND *
C. L. Moran of Milledgeville, Ga. I
Spicer Miss Seale Effinger, Miss '
, ', and Mrs. William L. Ayres, I He came to Clewiston with, the ,
Mildred Durst Dan and Bruce I I :: . but a choice 20 acres, good muck, in ==
States
United Sugar Corporation J
. :.: Frank Griswold and G. W. Andrew. Beardsley Jim Beardsley Bob I .

.. :f -;,-, (1ar.J' of ,Chicago. were visitors here Tues Goodman, Mrs. L. H. Robbins and I in the 1931 resignation and was of treasurer J. J. Harrington until-[i :;: drainage district, .ready to plow, just off ;:;: ." '

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: : D.'C.. Beardsley. N % .t.
; ,. :. ; as general manager in September j :_;;: rock road, 3 miles from town :;:
1937. Since that time Mr.
CELEBRATES ;
; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sager of East TCOBBY SMITH VI i iI
. ',U. ::: C' Liverpool, Ohio, are' visiting Mr. EIGHTH BIRTHDAY V V Moran has served as vic -president '
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"1 t:?:', and Mrs. Robert George for a few i and general manager. AT $40 PER ACRE f ;'

..; ,> V weeks. Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Smith were Mr. and Mrs. Moran are residingat .' .:. ':i:

I,::' '.. ---- hosts at a weiner roast at their the Clewiston Inn Apartments. Y: 1Y '

,:;'. Mrs. T. A. Gardhouce. of Louisville home on the government reserva- Guests who attended the' weddingand '
'' tion Saturday afternoon to cele- reception were Mrs. Clarence :: .' :;: )
] Ky., is expected i in _ClPwiston -
Sunday to visit her sister, Mrs. H. brate the eighth birthday of their I R. Bitting, Mrs. Burgoyne, Mr. and ]

R. Hall for several weeks. son, Bobby which occurred on the Mrs.' Jaeckel, Mr and Mrs. M. H. I j J. E. Beardsley

day previous. i Scotti, Palm Beach; Father Francis 1 i

V Misses Marcia Avant, and Hazel An open fire furnished the boys Finnegan, Father Nelson Melbourne

...; -- Prince' Wilbur Goff and Tom Collins with the entertainment-that I ; Mr. and Mrs.' Herman I .! Real Estate *!

were visitors in Moore Haven Tuesday of roasting their own weiners. ,At Scharnberg Mrs. C. L. Downs Mr. I .;: ; __

a broad jump contest prizes were and Mrs. M. W. Bigg, and R. y
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: evening. L'I :!:' ART LAWRENCE BETTY SPICER :=;:
.... ----.: won by Bruce Beardsley and Volney Coker jr. of Clewiston.

;.',;r';, Bob Logan; Connie Clark and Robbins. Bruce received a harmonica I 1I0PIHNS'' J1LDG. PIIOXE 66 .:_.:
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X. Carlisle Redish were visitors in and Volney a pencil set. CAROL AUGUR'S BIRTHDAY IS | ?

,:;' ;, "; Moore attended Haven the Tuesday wrestling evening.matches.They day Weiners cake, hot were chocolate served.and Invited birth- OCCASION FOR-PARTY FRIDAY I I II .:..:..:._.:-.:..:..:.;..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: : :..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:.-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.;.

, ., ',,. guests were Alfred Dodge, Roy I Carol Augur celebrated her sixth j -'
Mrs. William Johnson of Canal Hatch Bevoly Flaniken Bob birthday Friday afternoon with a | .c..., 'H lBf t--- -iF -::. ii: ,. --t ;- '-' : J ; L'-1:, .

Point spent a few days here over Berner Kay Bowden, Skippy Coth- ) party at the home of her parents, '

the week-end with her parents, Mr. ern, Gene Land, Volney Robbins, I Mr. and Mrs' G. T. Augur. First Big Tire Trade 11"SaIe

'V V and Mrs. J. J. Graham. Charles Miner, Richard Knight prize at the game of pinning the

Hairy Vaughn, Jimmy Johnson and tail on the donkey was won by Up to 33 1-30/0 allowance for your old

, '\.. Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Clark and Bruce Beardsley. I I Bevoly Flaniken and booby by i,
"1t ------- I tires Guaranteed Davis Deluxe or
on
I children of Pahokee are visiting Jimmy Knight. !
FOUR YEAR OLD BETTYE CAROL
..''. Mrs. Clark's parents, Mr.' and Mrs. GIVES PARTY FOR FRIENDS The children were, served ice i Safety grip tires.
,: C. M. Allen. cream, cake and candy and received'

of ,. Little Bettye Carol Flaniken, little pinwheels as favors. DAVIS SAFETY GRIP

Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Bras, Still- four year old daughter of Mr. and The guests were Bevoly .and | .18 fOXTIlS GUARANTEE

.. water, Okla., spent Wednesday here Mrs., B. C. Flaniken, entertained a 1 Bettye Carol Flaniken, Annette j I I Regular Price I Less 33 1-3% For

: visiting Mrs. Ruth B. Owens.: Mr. 'group of her little friends with a' O'Day Emma Jane Ezelle Gale I Your Old Tires

and Mrs. Bras are wintering in I party on her birthday Tuesday. Curry, Billy Broadfoot, Evelyn 4.75x19 $10.45 $ 6.97
: Fort Lauderdale.Dr. Dodge Howard Smith, Heather
Several indoor games, including ,
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pinning the tail on the donkey, Guthrie, Gene Berry Sue Cornette, i 5.50x $ 12.80 $

VV and Mrs J. P. Higgins had were played, and prizes were won Jimmy Knight, Estelle and Carol 6.00x16 $ 13.95 $ 9.30

<: as their guests Sunday, Dr. Higgins' by Emma Jane Ezelle and Jimmy Gaskell and Benny Prewitt. I

\ mother and brother, Mrs. D. C. Knight. A pink and white color I 6.50x16 I $16.95 $11.30

.. Higgins and Victor Higgins and Dr. scheme was carried out in decora- :ALTAR SOCIETY MEETING V
DAVIS DELUXE
Nelson T. Pearson, all of Miami. tions and in the birthday cake. In- HELD AT BOURNE HOME |

....... ". dividual cakes each with a lighted I 15 MONTHS GUARANTEE

: Father F., J. Finnegan and Father candle, and ice cream were served. The Altar Society of St. Marg- | Regular Price I Less 33 1-3% For

Nelson of Melbourne spent, Tuesday Favors were little return balls. aret's church met at the home of [ I Your Old Tires

r.ight visiting in Clewiston. Father I The guests included Carol Augur, the president, Mrs.: B. A. Bourne, 4.7519 $ 9.40 $ 6.27

Finnegan is a former 'pastor of St. i Annette O'Day, Evelyn Dodge, Sue Tuesday afternoon. j I 5.50-1'7 I $11.52 1 $ 7.68

Margaret's.Alex Cornette, Emma Jane Ezelle Linda Routine business was transacted. \
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Lee, Heather Guthrie. Sylvia Beatty, at_ the meeting. I I 6.00-16 I $12.55 $ 8.37

C. Pendleton, son of Rev. Claire Jones, Estelle and Carol Those attending were Mrs. H.
6.50-1 $15.25 1 $10.17 1 1
and Mrs. Kent Pendleton and his Mrs. I
Gaskell, Howard Smith, Arthur Vaughn, Mrs. W. D. King, T'I

son, Johnny of Gary, Ind., arrivedvia Wayne King, Jimmy Knight Paul F. TIppey, Mrsr Zerney Other Sizes at Similar Savings

,". '.- West Palm Beach Thursday Bowden, Donald Terrell, Benny Mrs. G. A. Yon, Miss Eleanor Flynn, i I with' each tiro and brawl
', AVe give you a written guarantee
morning and will spend a few weeks Prewitt, Gene Berry Gale Curry, Mrs. Sorrington. the date of purchase on the tire. Should any Davis Tire

', with his parents in Clewiston. Ronald Hare and Gene Marshall. fail for any reason. NO EXCEPTION. Wo will give you

: ; CASON-ROBINSON, a new tire charging' you only for the service you have
UU'u ( received. There are over 1500 Western Auto and Western
.I.
I Auto associate stores that will back this guarantee up. .
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. Miss Josephine Robinson, daughter -
(, THE A and B of Mr. and Mis.' Lawrence

iVVV V Sandwich Hamilton, Bare Beach, and GettisG. Any Battery Recharged 50c

Shop Cason, jr. of Clewiston were
united in marriage Saturday afternoon Rentals 15c Per Day
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,' IS NOW OPEN FOR SERVICE by Judge J. M. Couse in Moore I'
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Refteshmcnts while you Bowl on the A&B Alleys Haven. V
Mrs. Cason has been attendingthe :
Western Auto Associate Store
Sandwiches '- Coffee Cold Drinks Pahokee High school. The .

groom came here a few years ago Stores At
i Cigarettes Candies ,- Tobaccos from Tampa. He is employed by CLEWISTON AND PAHOKEE' -

...J One trial and )ou'll return the United States, Sugar Corpora To SCl"'e.The. EvergladesV.
r LADIES BOWL FREE ALL NEXT WEEK 2:00 TO 4:30 tion. i C. HELMS, lIan.agel'.t.

The couple will reside in Clew '

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I Mystic Had Come Short '

On That Routing Service
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The man sat with his hand outstretched -

THE GIFT I WIFE : I I read his palm.as the fortune-teller

"See that line?" asked the mys-

tic, pointing to the fellow's palm.
"That means that you are going
to take a trip in the very near
future. To Chicago, perhaps."
"By RUPERT HUGHESSYNOPSIS When he .left the fortunetellerthe
O RUPERT HUGHES-WNU SERVICE fellow hurried to the railway
I station."A .

ticket to Chicago," he' di
ness and-and-" She paused in you tomorrow day, for now eet is we can do. Your passports are in rected.
dread of the great word which the r ver' late. Allah send you the sweet- good shape, I hope." "Right, sir," replied the clerk.
with Ostend Moslems avoid-"may he keep far est of sleep." "Passports? 1 never had any." "Single or return?" '
On board the Nord-Express
As his Immediate destination. Dr. David from you-the-the Cup-bearer of "Don't go!" he; pleaded. But she "You must have had to get into, The fellow stuck out his palm."I .
Jebb Is bound for America. With him Is the Sphere. At promenade to- was gathering herself together to Turkey. And you must have had al, don't know," he said. "Take .
five-year-old ward Cynthia On the Thatcher train they his meet temporary Bill day, Jantine Hanim'is expected.: But stand up. He leaped to his feet to teskere or 'you could not have trav a look!" :;
Gaines former classmate of David's. David she corned not.' . tells Gaines of his desire outstanding to drink.weakness-He feels her worshipt son Ganl Bey, is in legged position is something of a 'If I had them I lost them, and t:
the en overwhelming urge coming to him again and wantsto pain most frightful. The Bey theenk feat. It is one of the few that harem don't know where." Use of Timei
safeguard the child, who Is returning to somebody is give heem of poison, laziness 'permits. Miruma rose "Where were you last. did you.' i
America with him. During a stop. Gaines but he is too young to have enemies straight in air like a lark leaping' say?"
leaves the train to buy Cynthia a present.
The train leaves without him. Then Jebb and he does not die in his !upward from a meadow.But "In Salonica, I think. All I know. \'{ the true value of time;
Is painfully injured in a minor accident. A pain. If Jebb Effendi can ,cure that as she stepped forward, her is that the train from Salonica, snatch, seize and enjoy every moment -
drink
fellow passenger revives him with a of it. No idleness no lazi-
which makes his desire for liquor all the son, the father pays mooch. The father foot caught on the hem of her robe. brought me here." ,
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stronger. At the next stop David and Cyn is a very rich bey. There are She lost her poise, swayed, would "Salonica! Bomben, Granaten! .It ness, no procrastination; never
this leave the train. David begins drink. put off till tomorrow what can
you
doctors here. Jebb Effendi
no good have fallen. But Jebb had risen is the home of the
ing. The next thing he is conscious of is a very revolution. do today.-Lord Chesterfield.
strange sort of chanting. He looks around could leeve in Uskub and become : from the divan; he put out his arm; Everything started there. And you
dazed and sick. A door and in walksa terreeble for reechness." .
opens most .
her him suddenly
'I weight was upon so nave been in Salonica without know- -----J
strange Negro, closely followed by a
woman heavily veiled and dressed in flow The thought of living in Uskub I that he had no little difficulty ing. And how did you get there?
- Ing robes. She tells him that he is in Uskub. was not so appalling to Jebb as it with his own equilibrium. The recovery You probably reached there by the "I )
that her Is Minima, and that she is
name would have seemed few hours be-
a of both was a matter of brief railroad from Constantinople. Have
the "gift wife" of the Pasha who has another ,
wife, and who is husband in name fore. The thought of money was always and busy delay. you been in Constantinople?" Ferry
only to Miruma. She knows nothing of the '
missing child. agreeable. Miruma gave a little cry of alarmat "I don't know." Marigolds
"I will see this man at once," he her plight, another of dismay at.. "Did you have the child with you
said. "It is bad etiquette but' Iam
,
finding herself in a man's arms. in Salonica?"
CHAPTER IIIContinued6 desperate. I will tell him that I And then fled soft-footed ,
she spiri "I don't know. I may have had..
will "cure his son. I can if anybodycan. tual, like a dark cloud trailing alonga I cannot tell." I o
mountainside.He t
"Now if I could have some light Minima's palms were up in pro- Hellwald shook his head in dis-
wood-a cigar box, or something to test. It would never do to go directto put out the lights and gropedhis may and exploded his "Bomben,
to the window where the "
make a splint." the Bey. Jebb would be treatedas way Granaten! in a whisper. A
beat'in and showeredthe
"Would thees sofra do?" Miruma a fraud; he would not be permit- moonbeams Past the cafe where Jebb and Hell-
;:' said, pointing to an inlaid tabou et. floor. wall sat pondering flowed the .eddy
ing traffic of the street. Now and
. "Yes, but it's too handsome," said
Jebb. CHAPTER IV then a Turk, a Russian, an Austrian,

. or a Macedonian saluted Hellwald, ,
Her answer was to pick up the ,
after the manner of his race or station -
.. low table and smash it on the floor, At the Hotel Turati Jebb was accepted I
and the Austrian answered in
bringing two of the slender legs to on his own recognizance. He- kind.
, Jebb. found that his English was of no
but his German it At length a sound of distant wail
"And if I could have use, rusty as
now some
ing, and a hint of doleful chant began -
muslin-or of cloth." was, elicited the good news that
a long strip
.- Swish! She had off there were British, Austrian, and to define, itself above the clat, -
ripped yards : Russian consulates in the town. I ter. The crowd paused and massedto
:, Xf her robe. Lcc ,
) He made haste to the British give way to a funeral processionled ; \
"And now, he said, "would han- ,
by bearded priests of the Greek
but the Albanian kavass I
building
: on
im effendi please hold these boards, \ / \. .i1/r' guard informed him in a few broken Church in gorgeous 'vestments, y@
so-here! and here-while I bind it
English phrases that the consul was marching slowly and singing.The .
all together. ill and was not likely to be well for procession turned the corner Too "
.. Two hands came out of the cloud, some days. Jebb stood irresolute, and disappeared. Among those who

-:, and rested right under her eyes. n = then went to the Austrian consulate. had paused to watch the cortege wasa
In binding the splints together It Here he was informed that the venerable white bearded Turk in Prize.winning flowers'1People
.... was necessary for Jebb to touch consul was in conference with his fez and frock coat; he seemed to all over the country -
i, those hands. They seemed to singe Russian confrere- and the two gover- be deeply touched. After the crowd are growing them{r.om

" f him like white fire. nors of Uskub, the Turk and the had dispersed he still stood in de- Ferry's Seeds. Why not

:t "Tell him to wear the sling for Christian, and the affairs of Turkeywere j jection. ? Select them the convenient ,
...,, a week and the splints for two in such confusion, added to Hellwald said to Jebb: "That is you way from your P
weeks," he said as he finished, regaining the increasing disorder of the district Akef Bey, one 'of the leaders of the dealer's display.
a professional acerbity of itself, that there was little hope Young Turks. His eldest son is an local
tone. "Ask him if he found out of. seeing the consul. officer at the citadel. His younger

\, anything about the child." Jebb looked so downcast at this .son, Gani Bey, is very ill, and the FJERnY'EJptp
The question was repeated, Mi that his informant asked the natureof doctors here can do nothing C for,

;' ruma spoke with wonderful gentle- his errand, and introduced him- him." {
. cess: self as Herr Xavier F.ranz Hellervon Jebb started at the names of Akel t

( .. "No, poor Jebb Effendi, he finded Hellwald of Vienna. Jebb in- Bey and his son. He was about to SEEDS
not the child. He is search the all of troduced himself as a former stu- say that he was waiting to be sought

(,. Uskub. Nobody is see a leetle girl "Don't go yet. Rememberthis dent at the University of Vienna and by this' very man when he realizedthe
i.';' of the Franks.' is Turkey. the young attache mellowed imme- indiscretion of such a remark. 7

.',:' "The Franks-no, no, she is an diately. They adjourned to a:. coffee Akef Bey saw Hellwald and greeted Mother of Misery
i. ":' American child." ted to see the son. Things were not house for kafene, a humble wooden him with a sad courtesy in a
_< "All you Ingiliz and Europeans done, in Turkey in straight lines. structure with an awning over the sweeping salute from the brow. Employment, which" Galen calls"nature's

! are Franks to us." The Osmanlis, like nature, love a walk, and cane-bottomed stools. Hellwald rose, saying to JebB: physician, is so essen-
;
, tial to human happiness that in-
'curve. "But what brings you, Herr Doc "Excuse me, I must ask him how
he his
Briefly poured out to her
; dolence is considered the
"Wh-what I to do then?" to this dismal of just
am cemetery is
tor Yep, his son today.
;.. story, only he did not tell the cause mother of misery.-Robert Burton.
'' of the great hiatus in his life. Het said Jebb. an' Uskup? He went to the old man and ques-
"There is in Uskub large khana Jebb shook his head with a dreary
simply said that he became ill. He a tioned him in what Jebb assumed to
hotel-the Hotel Turati. Jebb Effendi "Ich weiss nicht and then poured
be Turkish. Akef Bey answered "m"
had not the bravery to confess the I
a truth. shall go there and commandthe forth in halting German and with with much excitement and vivid ges- / THE LEADER IN BRING-
best room and wait." halting courage as much of his storyas tures of pain and despair. Hellwald ING TO YOU THE CELLO-
r. It was the crowning ignominy of "I can command the room, but doI he felt it discreet to divulge. listened with evident sorrow. Thenhe st PHANE-PROTECTED r

:ti; .. his plight that he must stoop to beg- get it? I have no moneynoteven "That is a_ problem_ indeed, Herr seemed to brighten with an idea. ID PACKAGE FOR ASPIRIN
gary or to starvation. He post- baggage." Doctor Yep. Now if you'knew where He beckoned Jebb.
St.JosephASPIRIN
" the admission of his |
poned penury "Of that also I ,have theenked," you lost the child-" "I have just told Akef Bey that
f' to the last moment and then post- said the' amazing woman. "You "If I only knew!" you are one of the most eminent /jJJJU\\\

. poned it again. shall say your baggage is sendedto "If you knew where you had lost physicians in America, and that I
. And the answer to his nauseating I Stamboul. You stop but for one I her, it would be easier. And yet knew you well in Vienna when you
f apology was that she had known it : two days." I not easy at that. If she had disappeared studied at the greatest of all Uni- By the Uncertain

'. all the time. Jaffar, finding him un- "That accounts for the baggage.I in. Vienna, or Berlin, or versities. It is near enough to the Snobbery is the pride of those

:.. .. conscious in the street, had, at her But shall I say that my money was Paris, we could telegraph and the truth for, a diplomat." who are not sure of their position.
<, orders, undressed him, bathed him, sent on to Stamboul, too?" great engine of the police of Europe As he was saying this to Jebb, the -Berton Braley.
:, put him to bed, and taken his "The money-that you moost take could be set in motion. But we are Bey was pouring fluent Turkish: into i
, clothes, drenched as they were with from me." in Turkey, and Turkey is in revolu his other ear. Hellwald translatedin
, rain, to dry them in the kitchen and But Jebb put out his hand. "Thankyou tion. Nobody knows what will hap short asides: J
to iron them while the other, servo and God bless you, hanim ef- pen tomorrow. Nobody knows what "He is asking me if you cannot A.GR j TT-BARGAiN-

-:, ants slept. fendim, for your good heart, but I happened yesterday. We only know come to see his son at once-don't V Jui dJrJCii\& liCilul
Jaffar had reported that there couldn't." that Constantinople captured by accept-look solemn-you are busy < : j' ( -

. was not a thing in all the stranger's "You moost," she persisted."I the revolutionists and that the Sul- -you are leaving town-the other al
: garments-only the usual pocket don't need it, hanim effendim. tan is prisoner." physicians have failed to help him,
r; dust, not a portemonnaie, not a I have this ring. I will pawn it." Miruma had told Jebb nothing of he says-they-are ignorant dogs-his
card, not a coin, not even a bronze "Jaffar shall take the reeng," she this; either she had known little of son cries aloud in agony. But don't

baish-para. As delicately as mightbe said, "and breeng you mooch more it, or had forgotten it in the stressof accept too readily. Don't go yet.
she strove to put Jebb at his money as you could touch. He shall more personal events. Remember this is Turkey. They expect -

ease. say eet ees my reeng. It looks a "The Sultan a prisoner!." Jebb to bargain for everything. He
"It shall be pleasure to me to woman's reeng." Then a gasp. "It gasped. "Turkey in revolution! And is rich. You need much money."

geeve to Jebb Effendi what I haveof ees perhaps a reeng some lady gived the little child lost among these saw But Jebb agreed and on the way f
money." Seeing his look of hor- the effendi?" ages:" they passed a miscellaneous _bazaar r for-

ror, she hastened to amend: "And "No, no. I bought it myself-in- "What did you say the child's where a meager supply of drugs ....1.1I
: he shall pay it again when Allah Cologne." And he added with perfect name was?" i was kept for the foreign population. \ o PERFORMANCE !I.1I.1I
sends him reeches once more." truth: "It has no associations for "Cynthia Thatcher." There Jebb managed to find a large I I

But Jebb put up his hand to check me whatever." With which he twist- "Tseentia Tat-Tsent-tseend- hypodermic needle and a supply of 0 CONDITION I II
her. He could not endure this. ed it from his finger and held it is an erschrecklich name to say. tablets, which he purchased along I
"I have hoort the feeling of Jebb out to her.Suddenly. Bomben, Granaten! Herr Doctor with a few of such simples as the "oM o HEALTHDrop
Effendi by to offer him of mine," a truth stabbed Jebb to Yep, if somebody. asks the child her ezja-hane possessed.The .
she said. "Now Allah has whees- the heart; he saw that this woman name and she tells it, nobody will home of Akef Bey was impor-
pered to ,me how Jebb Effendi shall for whom he had begun to feel a be able to repeat it or to remember -I tant in Uskub, large enough to be
earn mooch money queeck and tenderness had begun to feel a jeal- it." called a Konak.TO feed trough.Blackmem's Stock Lick do-A the-Brick rest.In the No
mooch power and fame." ousy of him. The implied proprie- "You must help me." ( BE CONTINUED) drenching. No dosing. Animals
"Tell me in-Allah's name." torship did not irritate him. It de- "I will do my all, and gladly. It keep In healthy working conditionNaturo's

"Jebb Effendi is Ingiliz effendi." lighted him; and the delight was the will take much money. In Turkey No Honking, Please "STOCK LICK way.IT-STOCK LIKE IT"

"No, no, I'm not English, I am keener, for being edged with fear. nobody moves-not, even the Sultan Horn honkers are on the spot in SOLD by loading Southern Dealers
American." "Tomorrow morning while yet the -without baksheesh. You have Spokane. Police Judge Frank Yuse ONE PRICE - 25c
"Eet ees alla the same to an effendi is sleep (Inshallah!) Jaffar much money, yes?" has a distinct aversion to such prac- II there is no Dealer near you write .
Osmanli. Jebb Effendi is great phee- shall have goed and corned back Jebb tossed his hands. "I havea tice. He fined C. L. Atkinson $1 for direct toDLACKMAN STOCK MEDICINE CO.
with the hundred and fifty dollarsaboutsix each of three toots on his car horn u
seecian, great soorgeon. In our money. 23 C St. Chattanooga T.nn.L .
"But I in the hundred marks." and said Atkinson's desire to at-
country we theenk the Frank doc- how ,can slip out i CKA
tors work meeracles. Of old time daylight without. being seen?" I "You have a difficult prpblem, tract a friend's attention was no

one believed that Allah sent seeck- "Also that I have theenked. I tell Herr Doctor. We must see what excuse.





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.\ .1 QUESTIONS Recalls How 'Lion of Idaho' Kept..Busy by airmen have Now been that are attained encountering tremendous in the a speeds sky new, <'1.' .


danger. This is. "sticky air." .::;,

;: Wrinkled hands from the famil; GadgeteersASHINGTON.Seven When an object .moves through ::
Mum in 1936 ";;
: Wash can be made smooth b> Kept Campaign :. space at excessive speed, the vis- :;

washing in water to which a little cosity of the air is such that it ,,, .

,:. vinegar has been added. hundred tends to stick to the wings and '- '\ .

-- Didn't Favor Landon So He I vY human problems surface of. the 'plane. '_ '::

Care of House Plants.-Keep the It is known that this sticky air

.. temperature of the room in which Played Ball With Home most of them inconsequential; is about an inch thick,. and, remains -" ,

\ house plants are grown at 60 or are solved every week at the in layer formation for at

65 degrees. They do not thrive in State Dems. United States patent office. least 12 feet after contact with ;b.

,': a room that is too warm. the 'plane. At high speeds, stickyair

: By ROBERT S. ALLEN Inventions ranging from behaves like a liquid insteadof

" Ferns grown in the house will I (Co-author, with Drew Pearson, of "The Y f y. thumbless boxing gloves to a gas and forms new problemsfor

:- have a rich green color if a tea- Washington llferry-Go-Rotrnd.") fluorescent theater aisles continue the airman. Steps are being .

..... spoon, of, household ammonia is (Released' by Western Newspaper Union.) pouring 'in to prove how wrong- taken in schools and commercial '
added, in a quart of water and The Sen- was the patent director who resigned concerns to teach pilots how to

:' ; poured:' over ,the ferns once or WASHINGTON., seem the 100 years ago because there wasn't counteract this danger.

: twice a ,month. same without Senator Borah. anything left to invent.If .

He the first leader I nothing else, it proves there'sno
was
Gay: Cutout DesignsTo slump in enterprise these days.
came to know intimately as a The past year, for example, brought NIGHT COUGHS

Make of. Wood.. cub Washington reporter 15 forth this collection: .

years ago, and I saw him last At the University of California DUE 'a

the day before his fatal ,acci- botanists discovered in the juice of COLDS

HERE is a new department that dent. I think I am the last news- milkweed an active substance that
we is going to meet with can tenderize meat.A .
: man he talked to. -
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. tremendous with I Need More Than "Salve"To
popularity our HE WATCHED LANDONSenator
It I : Philadelphian solved the prob-
was late in the afternoon.
''', readers, for it brings you the op-' knew that the President's messageon Borah waited for Alf Landon's lem of that first cigarette in the Quickly Relieve DISTRESS! '

portunity of combining pleasureand the Finnish loan was due the campaign before "prejudging", package with a strip of transparent Before you go to bed rub your throat,
chest and back with
keyhole profit.saw With jig, coping cut these or next day, and I dropped into Borah's but he 'later confided: "1 am not film that tears off the seal, 'destroys Musterole. You get warming-y CK soothing relief '
you may
office to get his views. Wrapped in for him." the revenue stamps, opens because Musterole is MORE than "justa
lesigns from wallboard, plywoodr an army blanket, he was lying on the flaps and pulls out two ciga-. salve." It's a marvelous stimulating
) thin lumber. Each pattern his speech-which he secretly hoped rettes. "counter-irritant"which helps breakup ;t
a couch, reading an article on trade local congestion and pain due to colds.
treaties. He motioned me to a chair, would stampede the delegates No Double Exposures.An Its soothing vapors ease breathing. :
\ which pulled up near him. On the countered Borah leaving his hotel. amateur photography fan per- Used by millions for over 30 years! 3
It was past'midnight, hot and sticky. strengths:Regular,Children's(mild)and
him fected device it -
marble mantle directly over a making impossible Extra Strong, 401*. Hospital Size, $3.00.
was a striking new photograph of "Come along, Robert, and walk for the camera enthusiast to

"f- himself which he liked very much. with me," he said. "It's' cooler out
"
Duty Came First. here.
So we walked about the deserted
.' "".: r .r b.'r. Borah looked well, but frail, and .Sri S
streets and he talked about Hoover,
:' recalling that during' the Christmas
: : the convention and Alf Landon.
I V4y ? ,
'r. c holiday he had told me he was think- '4
> ing of taking Mrs. Borah south, I Doubted Landon's Ability.

said, "What about your trip?" "They'll nominate Landon tomor- Lack of 'Imagination
row," he said. "The stage is all 1:
"I that's off Robert he
guess The absence of "
a poetic taste
replied. "Mrs. Borah won't if set. Hoover tried to run away '"
stay is a sad indication of a lack of, :a_
, with the convention but
tonight, they
I don't, and ,I can't. I. '
the .
don't want any of him. It will be imaginative faculty; and with-, .,
"Why not? Things aren't so active Landon and Knox, mark out imagination what is life?- .
you my S1J
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now. A few weeks of warm weather word." Richardson. '. ': r.
and sunshine would do lot :
a
you < ,
"And then what are you going to
of
good. "
, 'tow do, Senator?" "F7
), "Yes, but I can't leave. Those
"I don't know. I'll wait and see
trade treaties are up and I've got Common Sense -
what Landon
says. But what I'm
to be hand to keep ,.'.'!1
on
an eye on I
ZIPPER HOT DOG-The wienie
is what he He
wondering can say. About :Y"=
developments. It's close fight and Constipation ;:
a
:
knows nothing about national or foreign I has a perforated casing which op- ,
can't take chances. I would
we
like a little rest any, but I feel it's my affairs. I am told he is a nice erates on the zipper principle.take A doctor would tell you that the :.,j1
Pattern No. Z90S9 gentleman, but the country needs
best thing to do with constipation ,;\
duty to stay on the job and
oppose more than that in the White Housein a second picture without wind- Is set at its cause. That way you ', J
brings accurate, outline of the de- this act. don't have to endure it first and ':i
these times. I don't want to pre- ing the film-thus preventing a dou- :",1
sign, and complete directions' for "What about the Finnish loan?" I judge Landon. I shall hear him out, ble exposure. try to avoid"cure" afterward-you ..,
can having it. y
making and painting.' -'--r asked. but I have a strong hunch I will not Peter' 'J.: Gaylor Elizabeth, N.. Chances are you won't have to

Today, we are showing designs: "That's a very distressing dilemma support him." J., developed a synthetic rubber look far for the cause if you eat ,:1

that will appeal to flower lovers. for me, Robert," he said. "My He Didn't, Either! valuable for elastic threads in in-I the super-refined foods most '_"
. b people do. Most likely don'tget
Cut out and paint these clever you ;
heart out to those
gallant
goes- peo Borah's premonition was' right. ing because it does not deteriorate enough "bulk"! And "bulk" ,
designs and they become gay realistic ple, but at the same time I have Three months later I spent a day rapidly. doesn't mean a lot of food. It ;
flower boxes of your own grave misgivings about lending means a kind of food that Isn't ::
with him in Boise he Many.inventions here and abroad
as campaignedfor ,
making. Number Z9069, 15 cents, money to anyone in Europe. Oncewe consumed in the body, but
his sixth senatorial We have made it easier and leaves
term. cheaperto a soft "bulky" mass in the
brings the for these
you pattern let down the bars we can't fore-
had a long talk that night in his wage war. Germany, for exam- Intestines.If .
eight designs along'with general see what it lead to. We must this is what lack
may you try
directions. room before he retired. I remarkedthat ple, is treating mineral, vegetableand
keep out of that mess regardless of crisp crunchy Kellogg's AllBranfor
Send orders to Aunt Martha, Box our personal sympathies." I hadn't heard him say a word animal oils with an electrical breakfast.It contains just the
the about Landon. discharge that increases' "bulk" need.EatAllBran .
166-W, Kansas City, ,Mo.Constipation during day process you
Dilemma of 1936. their viscosity. American chemists often,drink plenty
"And I don't intend to
say any ".
of water
,and"Join the Regulars.
I remember another time whenhe have discovered a less expensivebut -
. thing about, him, Borah replied Made byKellogg's inBattle Creek.If .
Relief was in a dilemma. It was in 1936. quietly. "I am not for him." just as deadly-way to make your condition is chronic, it Is

l- That spring, at the age of 71 and "Are you for Roosevelt?" more poison gas. wise to consult a physician. :,

That Also for the first time in his long career, "Well, Robert," he said, "I've gota Another Invention Needed. /

he decided to make a serious try for lot of Democratic friends in Idaho Some inventions are designed to

Pepsin izes Stomach the .presidency. ,There: was consid- and I' think they know where I soothe ruffled nerves. There's a new To Judge

erable popular response, but the ma- stand.",And then with a gentle smile spring cap for tooth paste tubes, "
When constipation brings on acid indigestion chine politicians against him. "Are you guilty or not guilty? '
were 'he added, "That's a pretty good but nothing to make father squeezeit
.... bloating,dizzy spells, coated "Shure now and phwat '
are
gas He went to the Cleveland conven- ye j
news story, isn't it? out from the bottom instead of
tongue, sour taste, and bad breath, "
your put,there for but to find out?
stomach is probably loaded up with cer- tion empty-handed he knew it. It certainly was. It was the big the top. A drip-catching device has

tain undigested food and your bowels don't The night Herbert Hoover made scoop of the campaign. been invented for umbrellas, and
move. So you need both Pepsin to help ,
helical coil of
somebody perfected a
break fast '
up that rich undigested food in
your stomach,and Laxative Senna to pull wire which, as part of a cigarette WUMEN
V the trigger on those lazy bowels. So be holder, keeps ashes from falling on
sure your laxative also contains Pepsin. the
Take Dr.Caldwell's Laxative,because its rug. Here's amazing way to
Syrup Pepsin helps you gain that won= Mannerisms Mark the Man- There are two important develop-
derful stomach-relief, while the Laxative ments in photography. One camera Relieve 'Regular' PainsMrs.

Senna power moves of Pepsin your to bowels.dissolve Tests those prove the of can expose standard film at a speedof .J.C.lawson wrKa:: :"/Las undernourished -
lumps All 'Perform' Off Guardwould
lad headaches and backache
They frames second cramps -
4 undigested protein food which may linger 2,500 per enablingyou ,associated wit h my monthly periods.
in your stomach,to cause belching,gastric to study the wing structure of I took Dr.Pierce's FacoritePrescrptio,
acidity and nausea. This is how pepsin- houseflies or the action of a golf Jor a while, gained strength, and was
izing your stomach helps relieve it of such greatly relieved of these pains"
distress. At the same time this medicine YORK. Al Smith occasionally step to the frontof stick against a ball. ,On the more FOR over 70 years, countless thousands of
wakes up lazy nerves and muscles in your NEW coins in his left the platform, weaving back and massive side, Prof. E. Newton Har- ,who( suffered functional monthly
bowels to relieve So pains, have taken Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription -
constipation.
your see forth while the audience for vey of Princeton university has a
how gasped over a period of time-and have been
much better you feel by taking the pocket and the duke of Windsor
overjoyed to find that this famous remedy has
fear he would topple into the front
laxative that also puts Pepsin to work on helped them word off suchmonthly orts.
that stomach discomfort, too. Even fin- straightens his necktie. Franklin row. Most amazing, this scientific remedy, for-
icky children love to taste this pleasant D. Roosevelt jerks his head A Monocle Swinger. SN.+S.rr: it ova { .f. f4I \: mulated by a practicing physician is..guaran-
family laxative. Buy Dr. Caldwell's Lax- teed to contain no harmful drugs-no narcot-
ative-Senna with Syrup Pepsin at. your, sideways.Call Bertha Wells of Boston, who was ics.In a scientific way,it improves nutritional
assimilation; helps build you up and so increases -
t. druggist today 1 formerly in Chautauqua work with your resistance and fortifies yon
them
,4" ,,A_ habits, manner- Bryan, recalls the platform gesturesof against functional pain. Lessens nervousness
during this trying period.
isms
or just plain nervous-
Result Is Evil many other speakers. Dudley Don't suffer one unnecessary moment from
Not ness, but they're among the Crafts Watson, director of music at such monthly discomfort.Get Dr.Pierce's Favorite
one false man but'does un- Prescription from your druggist Discover -
accountable evil.Carlyle.QUICKRUB distinguishing features you've no- the Chicago art museum, went how wonderfully it acts to relieve;you of"Regular"
ticed when famous men make through a repeated routine of tak- per'.Succeeding ,

speeches or appear before the news- ing off his monacle, swinging it

\' ,- reel camera. Most of us, great or around in his hand and replacing it GenerationsOne

little, are thumb twiddlers, button to the eye. generation always has a

twisters, arm swingers or fist clenchers "One woman speaker asked me contempt for the one immediately

ON SUPER-MEDICATED in our forgetful moments. for a handkerchief" just before she preceding it.-John Masefield.

PENETRO.LET. IT GET IN ITS GOOD 'This Is the Point.: went on, Miss Wells remembers."All .
through her lecture she stood
(WORK. FAST-BECAUSE IT CONTAINS A widely known Boston professorused twisting it in her hands. When she

12 TO3 TIMES MORE MEDICATION to enter his classroom holdinga returned it, the handkerchief looked REMOTE CONTROL SMOKING MOOR MOROLINE

THAN ANY OTHER SALVE SOLD short, well-sharpened pencil whichhe like, a cruller." -It keeps smoke out of your

NATIONALLY FOR COLDS'fe twirled as he talked. Sen. James Reed of,Missouri usedto eyes, but you'll, break your arm WHITE PETROLEUM JELLY

MUSCULAR ACHES AND "Now this," he would say at intervals have a habit of. chewing tobaccoin lighting a cigarette! '

NASAL MISERIES..GET "is the point." Each time the courtroom, while Sen. DavidI.
he would jab the pencil at the class, Walsh of Massachusetts camera which snaps pictures two The SpendthriftWho
SUPER-MEDICATED--5-f: until his amused students finally speak without can his never miles under the ocean. This gadgetis spends more than he
thrusting left
PENETRO ) made sweepstakes on how many thumb into the corner of his trou- a steel ball which resists terrific should, shall not have to spend
times he'd do it each hour. sers' pocket. water pressure. It has two win- when he would.-Proverb.
dows, one for the camera and the
The late William
Jennings Bryan Psychologists who have watched
other for. prejecting a beam of light.
combined his
mannerism with practicality such carryings-on from the-specta-
.
-Only- Before his platform appearances tor's seat don't believe'it's necessarily X-Rays 'Blown Up.:

GOOD he.,would have someone" : .ff :matter "of nervousness. Closely akin is the giant new X-ray
MERCHANrUStE
bring an old-fashioned dishpan witha Sometimes the speakers are merely projector which enlarges a standard

piece of ice to the rostrum. As throwing off excess energy. Or, as chest plate up to the,size of a regu-

'r Can Be CONSISTENTLY Advertised his speech-making warmed him, one psychologist suggested, it may lation motion picture screen, thus

Q BUY ADVERTISED, GOODS Bryan would run the palm of his not be so much the energy or the allowing several hundred people to / 1 'e
_- hand over the ice, then over his audience as what the speaker had consult over the medical problem at
forehead. To break this routine he for 'dinner. hand.



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Mrs. Wilson announce the birth of
Tournament Stewart, H. A. Bestor and D. G.
a nine-pound son at the Sarasota
Bowling Alston of Clewiston, J. H. Peeplesand hospital, January 31st. The baby
J. E. Frierson of Moore Haven
been Herbert .
has named Clyde Jr.HYDRAULIC
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..:....--- 0;; and W P. Franklin of Fort Myers. .

At : a meeting' held 'Wednesday points and Adkinson was second

afternoon at the A and B. 'Bowling with eigth. Von Mach and Robbins Freeze Damage- <000.--.. !l_ ___ ._ '" .A.' M' __... ,
Alleys final plans were made for scored three points each for the \

the beginning of Clewiston's first local sextet.

bowling tournament and all of the The Clewiston line-up was: (Continued From Page 1)
eight teams in the league will playin CONTROLSmake
Margaret Von Mach, Marie Robbins
the first match Monday night the two freezes were about the
beginning at seven o'clock. and June Hooker, forwards; Edna same but the loss this year is not J

Seven of the teams in the 'leagueare Leiter, Gloria McDuffie and Betsy comparable to the loss of the 1934-
Springer, guards.In .
35 season.In .
made up from business houses ,
and organizations of Clewiston and the boys game Hull and 0'- commenting upon the resultsof

the eighth team will be from Moore Bannon of LaBelle tied for high the freeze Mr. Moran said, "I

Haven. A schedule has been worked scoring honors ,with eight each. can see no need of hoisting a dis- BETTER FABER FARMG g ,-.
Redish scored four points for because of ,,,.
out by Ed Markette, acting tress signal for :labor
secretary of the league and will Clewiston and Von Mach and the freeze for only a comparatively -

be posted at the Clewiston alleys. Brantley two 'each. few of the field laborers will be

The line-up was: J. B. Brantley, seriously affected." The colored
Considerable interest has been
center Ed Von Mach and Sam ''
shown in the tournament and It ; labor- from the southern states' and
Lang, forwards; Carlisle Redish north Florida, released the first of
will
is believed that this interest drN4
greatly increase as the play con- and Munselle Stone guards. Bud March, may go back to their homes / a ,.._ .n /yS7?i._ NI 9. r/aia fi q%;t6. r r
Vaughn subbed for Von Mach, A. for
and start preparations spring
tinues and the style of tournament
D. Frith for 'Lang, Junior Water house
bowling becomes familiar.On planting at that time. Sugar
for Stone and Dick Patterson for workers and regular summer plant-
Monday night the United
Vaughn. ing workers will of course be g
States Sugar Corporation team will The two teams' went to Boca thrown out of work several weeks .
be matched with the High School
; Grande today for the second con earlier than usual. It Is probable,
the Merchants team will meet
ference'games..
said Mr. Moran, that there will
Royal's ..store; Moore Haven will
be a few weeksof virtual shut-
play the U. S. S. C. Commissary
B. and P.W.C. Meeting down of operations between the
Warehouse and the Clewiston Real-
closing of the sugar house and the
ty and Development Corporation
-
beginning of the summer work. a n
will meet the Chamber of Com- (Continued from page one) A
merce. The lowest temperature recorded -

mens Club. officially in Clewiston was Mon-
Notices will be sent out to each Others attending included Mrs.
day morning when the mecury
member of every team and all are Mary L. Hall, Emma Milligan,
dropped to, 26 degrees at the sugar
requested to be present on the Gertrude Wilson, Buford Cochran, corporation observatory and the

opening night in order that perma- Wilda Morgan, Cleo Douthit, Pa- day the lowest readings were
same
nent officers may be elected. Each hokee Ola Mae Grant, Jewel Jess, \of"
; Eastern Division where
taken in the FORD TRACTOR with
Ferguson System
team is expected to meet and namea Alma Jones, Gertrude Beck, Ruby a low of 20.3 degrees was recorded. -

captain prior to that time. King Duff, Annie Sue Reid, Windsor the coldest -
morning was
Each member of each team will Freeman, Amle Watson, Betty Sunday west and north .O The Ford tractor with Ferguson traction. This means amazing fuel
I for some points is You'venever and minimizes of
pay the usual fifteen cents a line Repkin, Isabel Weaver, Dorothy system completely new. economy packing
of 19
of Clewiston with a reading
seen anything like it. Trac- soil. And it means can plow
in match and the owners of the Walker, Catherine Hopkins,' Eliza- you
a degrees being taken at Moore tor and unit are combined into one fields full of rocks and stumps,
alleys will return five cents of this beth Bailey, Dora Beck, Opan Smith
close to unit-making possible
Haven on a thermometer' compact because the new line of draft is the
to be put into a pot for prize money. Oakes, Bess Ham Phillips, Olive the ground. However points be- greater efficiency, control, econ- tractor's "safety device" When the

The winning team at the end of Clinton, Billie Pace, Mina Cassidy, tween Moore Haven and Clewiston I omy! Hydraulic mechanism for plow strikes a hidden obstruction,

the tournament will receive $30.00 Ida Boriss, Louise Shannon' 'and showed lower readings Monday. easy, positive control of imple- weight is transferred to the front'

cash the second high $20.00 and Georgia Myers, Fort Lauderdale; Sunday morning the sugar corporation ments while insures not only cultivat-constant wheels, the rear wheels spin.
plowing
the third high $10. In additionto D. W. Conn, Mrs. Myron Bevington, depth or
recorded 29 degrees at ing,but effortless lifting and lower- Those are only a few of the fea-
these prizes a gold medal will Sarah Creech, Margaret Leightner; Point 29 h
Benbow, 33 at Liberty ing of implements.An tures. Come in. Look the Ford
be given to the individual player Nora Tiggers, Clara Childs, Helen
Ritta; 34 at
at Bare Beach, 34 at feature is the tractor with Ferguson systemover.
with the highest average, a silver Hall, Edythe Phillips, Harriet outstanding
Miami Locks, 25 at South Bay and light weight of the unit. Becausethe See the hydraulically con-
medal for second high and a bronze Michael Mrs. Kenneth Hawks,
32 at Bean City with the Town- "line of draft" is downwardinto trolled implements. Chances are '
medal for third high. Sallie Conn, Mrs. George Smith, site minimum being 31 degrees. the ground, there is no longer you'll change your mind about a

Following the tournament a ban- Edward Wright, Grace Doran, Mrs.C. Monday morning Benbow had 25 need of excess weight to secures lot of things.s .

quet will be held at 'the Clewiston B. Mallison, Lake Worth; Mrs. degrees Liberty Point 25, Bare
Inn to which all tournament E. Holder and Elizabeth Lewis
playersare Miami Locks 5 E Dearborn,Mich.
Beach 24, Ritta 24, O for Tractor: at
invited. To be that thereis Miami Jean Corville, Evelyn Apear O J
sure ; with frost Taxes(if any)andImpcmontsextraFERGUSONSHERMAU
26 heavy
26, South Bay You Get These FeaturesAt
enough money to cover all ex- 'I and Irene Clancy Cotton Miami ,
and ice at all stations. 6% SIMPLE INTEREST -
penses a registration fee of $1.00is Beach; Maxine McIntyre and Gladys The minimum here Tuesday No Extra Cost fINANCE PLAN WITH SMALL DOCUMENTARY -

being charged. Glover, Lakeland; Peg Manning, AND INVESTIGATION FEE.
35 and Wed- of i
morning was degrees Ferguson System Hydraulic
Each team will consist of five Celia Smith, Hazel Mathein and
nesday was 40. Controls Pneumatic Tires Self
members but two substitutes are Mrs., George Pettinger, Coral cold 1 yr '- \ ,
It was one of the longest I
allowed. In the event there are Gables; Mrs. J. F, Scullen, Belle I Starter Power Take-Off Gover- cFEG
spells of recent Florida history .
only four of a team for a match Glade, and Millicent Kelfelt, Home- with temperatures quite low for nor' Battery and Generator .

the lowest score of the four will stead. the past two weeks. A great deal Oil-bath Air Cleaner Muffler
be used as the score for the fifth 1Sfl
of damage, as yet unestimated, was Independent Brakes on Rear ,

man. Committee AppearsContinued done to citrus trees 'and in, every Wheels Oil Filter Adjustable SYST66iWHEELLESS

section, including the lower East I
Tread on Front and Rear Wheels
LaBelle Takes Two Coast, vegetable crops, with the : IMPLEMENTS.
I ((48' to 76)
( From Page 1)) exception of cabbage, were com- ,
Ford Motor Co.
Games Here Friday I Col. J. J. Bain of Richmond. The pletely wiped out.

delegation felt that their mission Realizing that crops can be

might have been successful in that grown in most cases quicker on

Both the girls' and boys' basket- Col. Bain was present at the hear- the muck than any other type soil Hendry County Motors Inc.

ball teams of LaBelle High School ing and made no effort to refute farmers of the lake section began

won their games. here last Friday any of the testimony offered., replanting immediately in anticipation -

night from the local teams, the The board, after hearing the of better prices because of the

boys: score being 24-9 and the delegation, stated that the project I freeze. I Clewiston Florida

girls 28-6. It was the first gameof would be given thorough consider- I ,

the season for the local teams.In ation and every effort would be

the girls' game Oberhaus of made to treat everyone fairly. I Is Your Subscription Paid? I Jr.r__ '-'_-:'- -
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