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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: January 3, 1941
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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NUMBER 4 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 3, 1941 SUBSCRIPTION-$2.00 PER YEAR J
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'WENDELL WILLKIE IS I Dougherty Given r Local Men Named STORK IS BUSY BIRD Additional Area Makes Building Much In


StaffJ.
On Governor's
30-Day ReprieveBecause

HERE WITH PART IN CLEWISTONDURIN( Higher FigureA


two doctors advised he E. Beardsley and C. E. Minerof

LUNCHEONWendell was in ill health, Frank A. Dough- Clewiston were honored this YEAR JUST PASSED for Clewistoo
FOR INN building program
L.
erty was granted a 30 day reprieveby week by Governor-elect Spessard in 1940 of more than $300,000

Gov. Fred P. Cone on Dec. 19. Holland when he named them as
within the city limits is far aheadof
The grant was forwarded to SheriffH. honorary lieutenant colonels on his Looking backward over 1940, we<
L. Willkie, defeated Re any 'year's' program to date and
Presi L. DeLaney. Dougherty, former staff. There were four' hundred see a' larger Clewiston than eve; is clearly indicative than
publican candidate for the more anY4thing
Hendry county tax collector, was over the state given this honor. before had school building -
; we a new
dency in the November election, else can be of the ,steady and
the fall of '39 by Among those named were Ar-
in
sentenced a new post office, numerou;
who is the guest of friends at Hob rapid growth of the sugar capitolof
Harris of Belle
paid Judge George W. Whitehursf to thur Wells and John new homes, new business establishments Florida.
rest
Sound for a well-earned ,
I serve 3 years in the state prison Glade, Ben Waring of Pahokee, J. more students in colleges; ,
Sun
a surprise visit to Clewiston after a jury had convicted him of A. Franklin, J. C. Clement and H. more enrolled in the local school The outstanding building of'the
day afternoon with Mrs. Willkie,, year was the Sugar Office Building
misappropriation of certain state C. Case of Fort Myers, Paul Shelleyof and more new babies than in tin
their Philip, Mrs. Willkie'smother ; 'which Was started in January -md
son
and county funds while in office.' ,Tallahassee, a nephew of Em- history of Clewiston. ,
and seven friends from dedicated the latter of October.
The supreme court denied a motion mett Shelley of Clewiston and R. B. Counting whites and blacks, th part
Hobe Sound.A This imposing edifice houses the offices
for a new trial and for a rehearing -I Huffaker of Bartow: father of Miss stork beat the Grim Reaper by j a
in
Inn
the
to
call was made Clewiston. of the United States Sugar Cor-
Huffaker of
of the case. Elizabeth score of 51 to 20. Among the whit '
the forenoon to make reservationsfor poration and its several subsidiary

of eleven ------ ----- babies boys predominated over the< I .
luncheon for a party corporations and was built: at a
girls 21 to 15. The stork was mos
indication that the
but there was no cost, when furnishings, landscapingand

party would contain such distin Of Interest In generous to the Otto Larsen home other incidentals are considered -

guished guests and/ when the party Many Happenings where he left a fine pair of baby; of more than $200,000.The .

about two o'clock there boys. It was a boy also for the T.

arrived, and wel Resumemonths B. Owens, Jr., the Wr K. Archers, 'new Dixie ,Crystal Theatre,
few present to see Disclosed
were them. 1940 By News the C..L. McLendons, the Lloy nearing completion at the close of

come the will cost approximately
C. Owen who with 'his fam- Bullens, the M. S. Waltons, the year;
W. ,
$30,000 by the time seats and projection -
V. C. Nelms the W. C. Prewitts the
,
luncheon at the Inn
ily, was having A glance back through the files of Clewiston acquired a onewaystreet' equipment are installed and
and Invited I Carl Johnsons, the D.. L. Pullens; ,
Mr. Willkie
recognized the News for the year just closed (Bond Street in front of the will give the community a very at-
the M. C. Vowells, the J. V. Smiths,
him to make a tour'of the Sugar ,
shows 1940 to have been an eventful post-office) in July and in Octobera tractive and far roomier movie
the J. B. Siglers, the J. S. Swindles: ,
House of the United States Sugar
andit I' dog license law. The new high house.
in Clewiston's history
The invitation was year the Willie Nortons, W. S. Bishops; ,
Corporation. is rather difficult for some to be- ; school building was opened in Feb- The Hendry County Motors are
L. Stancils M
H.
C. E. Thomases, ,
accepted and as soon as luncheonwas I and school officials could office
lieve that so much could have hap- ruary now occupying their new
S. Waltons and the C. A. Stiles
concluded they drove to the
j soon foresee that the additional built addition to
pened during one short year. I I quarters, as an
I There girl each for the William -
was a
house where H. T. Vaughn, .
sugar building would only fill the community I their present building and the sepa-
As the amount of building is the Johnsons (Katherine Graham),
mill superintendent, was
acting needs for a short while. The rate business building which is a
waiting to personally escort the barometer for measuring the pro- 'I the R. C. Nowlings, the J. H. Pul-
new health unit set-up was tried showroom for the Hydraulic Tractor
party on the mill tour. ,At the conclusion gress of any community, the con- the but lens, the Joe Catos, the O. T. Ricks,
county
through the year by Sales. This building was estimated -
of the tour they: expressed struction program here merits first the O. D. Lukes, the George Crows, '
of
for 1941 because
was passed up lo 'cost about $7,500.
a desire to see. the levee and Lake place in the resume of events and I' the Joe Haas, R. F. Morrises, the< I
lack of finances by the sponsors, During the year the new liquor
Okeechobee and Mr. Owen escorted also merits extra space in this account H. B. Walkers, the L. M: Goldens,
the board of county commissionersand store and cocktail lounge was built
them to the top of the levee back for the program of better the B. B. Stewarts, the J. ,C.. Parsons -
the school board. The new ,by Peter Chagaris at a cost of about
of Johnson's Camp for their first than $300,000 within thecity is the the F. B. Willits, and or
into in building
post-office was put use $4,000 adjoining his former
view of the Lake. greatest of any year in history. Christmas Day for the Judson
March. Sugarland Highway; Thompson -
Mr. Willkie appeared to have been Hence, the story in: another column. Francis'. on
The federal census in April showed Auto Supply constructed a $2-
very interested in the production The year opened with the an- I
500 business building on Francisco
of
a gain for the county forty
of, sugar in the Everglades and told nouncement of a sugar quota cut
cent over the 1930 census and Rosa Lee Garrett Street; G. E. Etherton constructedan
t Mr. Owen that he had at one time for 1940 which was far from happy this per gain was largely recorded in additional two units' at his

been associated with a large sugarcorporation news for any citizen but ended in at'a
,: Tourist Camp cost
the Clewiston area The selective Dies From Injuries Sugarland
t on one of the country's. a more.favorable tone with the an- .
service 'act "October,, registered OB ,. < of $2,500, the Gulf Oil Companybuilt
ten cent increase -
insular of
possessions.The nouncement a per '
men between a new metal warehouse and"ffice
in the county -
party left Clewiston about because of a freeze-curtailed 1,052 young Miss Rosa Lee Garrett: 20, died
and Peter
21 and 3't yearsand Julius ) at a cost of $2,000
four-thirty to return to Hobe Sound. production in Louisiana. The freezein i Tuesday in the ,Arcadia General $2,500 in 1)uild..ling
Christensen spent
Moon the, first white trainee
was
Among those accompanying, the January was also catastrophicand Hospital of injuries received in ar
shop
combination plumbing
the The war was further a
from county.
Willkies were Mr. and Mrs. Sam materially shortened the sugar I auto accident there on December 23in ; .
residence.A
and
the closingof
the
felt in area by
Pryor, jr., Mr. and Mrs. George season, the sugar house closing on which Kossie Holton, 25, oi; number of attractive bungalows
all structures to visitors -
Denney of, Hobe Sound and Mrs. March 7th, several weeks ahead of I government Nocatee, was killed outright. Miss have been constructed by residents
the lock reservations.
including
Willkie's. mother, Mrs. Cora Wilk. schedule.. During the summer ., Garrett never fully regained consciousness the and even the smaller -
ti The, vacation of the ,year was that during year
a feed dehydrator was installed ; before her death.A. .
taken by Mr. and Mrs. Jay W. Mo- of these are substantially con-

Work Begun On -I for drying forage crops to ran in which they made a six-weeks W. Waldron, an employee ol structed and in the majority of

be mixed with molasses as cattle the U. S. Sugar Corporation at finished the larg-
as nicely as
cases
tour of South America in a Pan- I :
feeds and sometime later several Liberty Point who sustained a these five-
New Alston Home : sr homes. Most of are
American clipper plane.
I 'head of cattle placedat accident -
hundred were broken vertebrae in the same but as
Clewiston did its bit for war victims room bungalows some are
the old dairy for fattening ex- I was removed this week to the1lbee 'small three-rooms while others
; as
I periments with this feed. Thus the in Europe by contributing $219 Sanitorium at Venice, whereit ,
Getting off to a good start in the to the Red Cross refugee relief 10; as high as six or more rooms.

new year, J. F. Tippey began the corporation began tests to perfectan I fund and sending two large boxesof is said that his condition is satisfactory The price range is from $2,000 to .
which would
I off-season industry but it will be sometime ,
first of the week the constructionof ?7000.
garments made by women volunteers -
keep a large, share of the labor before he is again able to walk. : ,who have completed
a new $$7,000 home for Mr. and j I of the community. Among those
mployed during the summer also employed !
Mrs. D.' Go' Alston on Crescent Drive. \ Eugene Goodbread, homes this year and are now occupying -
months and use locally quantitiesof The Plantation Choral Group of Point commissary and
The location is on lots 13'and' 14 it Liberty them are W. H. Lanier

in block 169 between the R. C. the ''by-product molasses- from colored singers led by Mozella Jack- Miss Hilda Ballard of Fort Ogden vhose residence on Crescent Drive

sugar manufacture. son made their debut at the Presi- minor injuries.
Wilson and T. B. Shelley residences.The escaped with ost: an estimated $4,250; B. E.

house will be of frame con- In' the primary elections in May dent's Dinner in February and were Miss Garrett was seriously ,,injured rlerring's home on Royal Palm cost

the county acquired a ne v sheriff, instantaneously a success. On April 25 after
struction on a. concrete wall foun- in a wreck on Road just 53,500; the R. N. Childress and O.A. .

dation built up with concrete a new county judge, a new county third they made their first radio Christmas last year. Her sister- Clarke homes on Pasadena cost

blocks., Siding will be of wide, superintendent, four new county broadcast over Station WFTM ofi, n-law, Mrs. J. C. Garrett of Moore 53,300 and $4,000 respectively; W.Brantley's .

re-sawed cypress siding and the roof commissioners, two new school Fort Myers as did the United States Haven and Buford Surrency were L. home on Arcade cost

board members, retained their rep- Sugar Corporation Band which was
of asbestos-cement shingles. The also injured. 3,600; Otto Larsen's new home on
I resentative, tax collector, tax as- organized in 1939 but which has of
Interior will be plastered throughout i Miss Garrett was the daughter Crescent cost $5,000; C. J. N ilson's

with oak floors in all rooms. sessor and county clerk and gave attained the proficiency of a top- :Mrs. Ida Garrett of Nocatee and 2,500 on Pasadena; Fred Topper's

The house will face north on the' substantial majorities to the favored flight band during the past year. has four sisters and her brother, 2,500! on Ventura; Miss Ruth :Marshall -
state candidates and United The march written by Prof. F. G. ,Haven
of Moore sur
street with a large tile verandah J. C. Garrett $3,500 on Arcade Avenue;
States Senator. In November the Sturchio and dedicated to the band '
in
riving. She had been working $3,000 on Arcade -
running the length of the living Jratton H. George's
room. A portecochere will be builton county and city voters followed the has been acclaimed throughout the, lewiston for the past :year. ; T. C. Musgrave's $3,300 on

the east side of the house and trend of the nation and ,gave Presi- (Continued on' page 8) Arcade, W. E. Bailey's $2,000 near

on the west side will be a tile- I dent Roosevelt an imposing lead Editor Named Director the Clewiston Laundry and M. C.. '
for re-election for a third term.
of
Pasadena west
floored sun porch which will be )oke $5,000 on .

screened. French doors will open Greatest shock to the commun-I KIWANIS OFFICERS State Press Association he Administration Building.
ity was the suicide, of H. at
NEXT WEEK completion
onto this sun porch from the ) INSTALLED Residences nearing

spacious living room, 13' by 26' Scharnberg, beloved' sugar house ..-- his time are the $4,000 home of r,

: which lies across the entire front superintendent, who took his own Kiwanis officers for the new Carr Settle, managing editor 'of 'oy Durrance on, Ponce De Leonhe -

:, end of the house with a big fire life after several weeks of illnesson year will be installed next Wednes- he Glades County Democrat at I $4,000 home of Contractor J. E

place in the east end. A doorwayin the morning of the formal open- day night at the regular weekly Moore Haven, has been named onef F. Tippey, and the $7,000 home, of

the southwest corner of the ing of the new Sugar Office Build- meeting at the Inn. It will also > the directors of the Florida Press 1\11'; and Mrs. Dave Alston on Crescent -'

room leads to the 12' by 13' dining ing. Scarcely less of a shock was be Ladies' Night with the wives of Association for the coming year. The Drive which was started justs
the suicide of Chris W. Johnson at
room which opens into the kitchenon Kiwanians invited and a special appointment was made by Russell s the year closed.

the east side. From the dining his home here following a savage entertainment program planned. Kay,' president of the association.The Rental homes have been built byMrs.

room a doorway leads to the four attack on his wife and two daughters No meeting was held this week new officers will have one E. A. Shult on Ponce De Leon,
all whom lived after severalweeks' I
of
I foot hallway and on either side of although members reported present of the busiest years in the recent 2,500; Clewiston Realty and Development -

this hallway are the two bedrooms, hospital treatment. The at the Inn in order to keep their history of the association since the I Corporation added another -

one twelve by twelve on the eastside attack ,was made with a hammer i attendance record intact. lorida group will act as hosts to $3,500 home west of the Ad

and the other twelve by six- and he ended his life by severing'his I he annual convention o'f' the National ministration Building; Bishop-Wil-

teen on the west side. There will jugular vein with a safety razor I I PURCHASEDMrs. Editorial Association in the son Lumber Company now has un-

be two baths one for each bed- blade. HOMES pring. erway two new bungalows for sale

-room. Behind the east bed-room ,in I The most unbelievable event of Mr. Settle is well-known to newspaper which will cost about $3,300; E. M.
the was the survival of Andy L. W. Brown has purchasedthe
$3,200tngalow
the southeast corner of the home year editors in this section and ornette is constructing a
Garrison, local painter, after tak- Bishop-Wilson house on Pasa-
Mrs. Roy
for Mr. and
-will be located the study, a nine recently will make a splendid director for
which
ing more than four thousand voltsof dena Avenue was In addition to his Alston and Mr. and Mrs., J. A. Stone
by twelve room. he state group.
vacated by Mr. and Mrs. Donald
his while
electricity through body
small bungalows
built two new
Mr. Settle is city have
Balcony railings will be placed working at the new home of Mr. Plank and will make her home newspaper duties, the Clewiston Laundry.A. .

.on top of the portecochere and the Mrs. Prewitt Ritta. there. manager of Moore Haven. near '
and W. C. near O. Ward and H. C. Jones 'have
sun parlor and an artistic'entrance Hospital attendants said that he offered Mr.; and Mrs. Melvin Pape and bunt small apartments ontheir

(from the verandah will make the a peculiarly interesting test son, Richard, of Moore Haven ex- The Fort Myers News-Press has I Ian each premises for rent, Charles

'front view of the home most at- case for they had no record of any pect to move shortly into the home airplane newsboy who isles flies over and Christian purchased an old home

l tractive. man ever having been electrocutedand which they have purchased from the I a group of sub-tropical approximately two thousand
to subscribers spent
1 the morning paper
drops
living to tell the tale. The accident Clewiston Realty and Development By this dollars in repairing it and making
without landing.
I 'To meet the heavy demands of occurred in June and while Corporation on Sagamore Street. service; the tourist island residents it into a very comfortable duplex

I the tourist season, the Florida Motor Andy is still incapacitated he was This is one of the group of company with their breakfasts and Mr. and Mrs. Stone have rebuilt

of slowly regaining strength when he houses built three years ago get; the news and
r Lines have added a fleet wait for slow several houses of the kind
Instead of having to
de luxe buses and has announced left Clewiston a few weeks ago to 1 and which has recently been vacatedby (Continued on Page: 8)y

new and faster schedules. reside in St. Petersburg. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Alston. service by: boat and ferry. j


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,. Hawaii Land of Plenty UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL
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PrR f By HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST. D. p.
you think of Hawaii you are more than likely to think of Dean of The Moody Bible Institutd
IWNU Sr Hula girls and guitars and to forget that Hawaii is responsible .for a (Released by Western of Chicago.Newspaper Union,)

Reporter's Private Papers: large quantity of the sugar with which America sweetens its coffee. The Washington, D. C. J
industry helps create a $200,000,000 commerce between Hawaii
Val Guest, the colyum's star cor- and sugar the the nation. These better idea of the FARM TRENDS Lesson for January 5
respondent in the London air raid rest of photos give you a ,The hearings of the special house
shelters, reports: "The old women commercial side of our island possession in'the'Pacific. committee investigating' farm mi- -

still feeding the pigeons in Trafalgar __ __."'3 '"'''''.....,.'''''''''"'''''''' __'!..>._ .-.,. .4 grancy, under the chairmanship of Lesson and subjects copyrighted and Scripture by Internationalpermission texts selected -
Square with the guns booming over California's kindly Rep. John Tolan, Council Religious. Education; used by
them. Even the birds are used to I deserve a lot more attention than

them now The newsboy in Pic- they have received. JESUS AND HUMANAFFLICTIONS
cadilly chalking up: 'Half-Time ,Leading experts have disclosedsome
Scores: Jerry, 54 Down' The extremely significant facts
pieces of incendiary bombs fetching concerning agricultural trends that LESSON TEXT-Luke 13:1-5, 1017.
anything from a dollar for smartieswho are affecting the lives of millions and GOLDEN TEXT-We have not a high
pick them up A tin-hatted, the future of the United States. Yet priest feeling which of our cannot infirmities.be touched with the
Hebrews 4:15.
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chocolate-and-gum vendor doing a Tolan has had a tough time keepinghis

roaring trade in the shelters '. .. committee going.
The raid during a violent thunder-" Lack of public interest due to the A sense of guilt i for sin seems to
storm. After a loud thunder crack, European war has played into the be in every human heart. Some
hands deny it, or seek to it, but
an urchin comforted an old lady of elements who oppose doing suppress
with: 'That wasn't Hitler,.lady, that anything drastic, about the migrant it has a way of revealing itself
was God, and he won't hurt you' problem, among them the California I especially when trouble or sorrow
The real need of a coat with two Chamber of Commerce and the As- comes. In our lesson for today we
pairs of pants. One to work in, the sociated Farmers. learn from Jesus Himself regarding
other to sleep in The Savoy Prof. Paul S. Taylor of the Uni- human affliction. His attitude towardit
,
Hotel, where, when you book a table, > ersity of California told the com- should guide us in our attitude.

you can book a bed in the shelter. .",jA\;? mittee of three significant trends: I. Perishing Sinners (vv. 1-5).
They ask you politely: 'Will you : 1. Rapid enlargement of farms tinder Someone, apparently a Judean,
be staying for the raid, sir?' a single operator. In a survey told Jesus, possibly with a sense of
The ten-cent stores, now fifteen cent last summer in, the Middle West he real pious satisfaction, that certain
The gag badges you can buy 1ii found one 9,000-acre grain and live Galileans (whom the Judeans did
with the inscription: 'Please, don't stock farm in Ohio. At the same not like) had been 'slain while they

tell me how nearly you were __ _______ :..; T time, 25,000 tenant farmers were un- were at worship. Evidently the implication -
m
bombed Well, there goes the able to obtain farms. was, "What terrible sin- 'v
all-clear, Walter. I enclose a bit of SUGAR DADDY J. P. Martin, scientist at the Hawaiian sugarplanters' 2. Spread of farm management ners they must have been!" How
shrapnel. Maybe you. can use it experimental station in Honolulu,'shown injecting liquid food services for absentee owners, suchas like that are the expressions of peo-

for a paper-weight." into sugar cane to test growth, and develop new high-juice content types several business men. Already societies there are ple today!
professional of
of cane. The experimental station has a large staff which helps spend in this field. men Jesus met the question by giving
Virginio Gayda, Benito's boy, now
another similar
incident right in
has a chance to show how good an $500,000 annually to keep America's sugar industry progressing. 3. Wholesale elimination of farm Judea, thus rebuking false racial

editor he is. All he has to do is labor through mechanization whichis pride; then went on to point out that
explain (to his fellow Italians) what- } J :hA'h \ n 'rapidly changing the traditional what they (and we) need to'remember -
ever became of what he called: "The American concept of the family- is that all men are sinners and
,
soft, decadent British Empire." dovvr. sized corn belt farm. will perish eternally unless they re

L "Our ancestors of three genera- pent. "A man can perish though ..,
The United Press includes in its tions ago," Taylor warned, "found Pilate never slay him. He can per-
ten best news stories of 1940 "The the solution for their goal of inde- ish though no tower crush him.

Enigma of Russia" '. There's .. ., iY pendent working farmers, secure on He may die in his bed, with his
been no'news out of Russia since the land, in the land reform clausesof friends all about him; and even
Stalin established his censorship last the 'Homestead act. Today the have music when he dies, but he
January So what the UP is march of mechanization and other' will be damned unless he repent"G.
asking you to believe is a big news l vj.. economic forces have produced dependence ( Campbell Morgan). f
story is: "Russia Keeps Its Mouth and insecurity on the land
Shut!" : for, our generation. Stern necessity H. Powerful Saviour (vv. 10-13).

: compels us to find our way to main-. Here was a woman, spirituallyalert
Paul Waner, The slugging star for tain independence and security but physically afflicted. She
Pittsburgh (for 15 years), has been i y ] ; among those who work the soil." was in the synagogue (vv. 10, 11),
fired. Paul, when he was tops, was 'Note- One of the most interesting' and she was a daughter of Abra-
reported to have been guaranteed a trends reported by Professor Taylor' ham, indicating that she was a wom-
life job in the ball club owner's will was that the acquisition,oft farms,is an of faith. But for some reason,- 1.
Now he joins Babe Ruth in now a "rage" among business men, which is not revealed, an evil 'spirit;
idleness Babe being the player who in several midwestern cities are of Satan (v. 16)) had brought aboutin
who saved baseball from ruin after f V IXMYy .IX.W/xAJas.r. 'x4A. holding weekly "farmer luncheons"to her body an illness which bent
the Black Sox scandal It must hear talks by farm management her double. We cannot "explainthis.
not be thought, however, that base- experts. According to Taylor, the There may be many other
ball forgets its crowd-getters ,. business men take up farming part- such cases in the world. There are
No, indeedy. They are always elect --- ? '.OM<<<<> ly as a substitute for golf and part- things we have not fathomed yet
ed to baseball's Hall of Fame. ly "as a safe place to invest funds." concerning the mystery of sufferingand

SWEETNESS IN THE RAW Scene at one of the Hawaiian the power of evil" (Morgan).

New York Heartbeat plants where juice is extracted from sugar cane, boiled and evaporatedto DEFENSE HOUSING We see the facts, but, thank God, -/

New Yorchids: Abe Lyman's new make raw sugar. The tanks you see here are the juice boilers. Defense Commissioner WilliamKnudsen's we see more, for we find her meet-

theme song: "Moon Over America" ___>.umuUU..uu.u..u.mu...4tg..._s. wr}_ M'aawxy_ww;, rNH. ._._ frank admission of lag- ing the all-powerful Saviour., whois
The Rosalind Russell-M. Doug- ging plane production wasn't the able and willing to deliver. Jesus
only sour situation he could have He called her to Him.
las worduels in Columbia's: "This saw her.
Thing Called Love" Warner's"Santa 1; /4i ,4;! tagged. Another is defense housing. He spoke to her. He touched her
Fe Trail" Hildegarde's k lSi y q %:: ;t'G1 This is a real muddle. Although and He healed her. What a blessed

version of "The Last Time I SawParis" : '!C n"? congress voted $290,000,000 five experience. Have you been to Jesus
months ago to provide, housing for need? If not not
The "Truth or Conse- with your why
;.S 't. new workers in the defense indus-
quences" program The forth- come right now?
tries, not one shovel of dirt has yet
coming "High Sierra" picture,. an- '< 3' other Hellinger high-spot. authority to set the woman free
for civilian workers
Housing on
from Satan who had held her bound
army and navy reservation and arsenals j'for
18 long
Times Square Ticker-Tape: John is progressing satisfactorily. years.
Barrymore told a chum that the Several projects begun last summer One would suppose that all would
greatest actor on the screen is Gary by the U. S. Housing authority for have rejoiced at this glorious deliv-
Cooper and that he wished he could defense employees in Pensacola, erance, but we find that the rulerof

act like him They insist that Fla., and Montgomery, Ala., are the synagogue was angry. He
the femme half of that "scandalous"duo nearly finished.SeveralRFCfinancedprivate viewed what he regarded as the
of Hollywood stars went to the undertakings also are well breaking of the Sabbath day with

Will Hays office and, after she unveiled under way. But that is all. alarm and
the entire story, was com- In other areas, thousands of defense III. Perverted Solicitude (vv. 14-
pletely exonerated The Taluc'a workers in private plants are 17).
Lake natives will betcha that Ann being forced to crowd their families It is a splendid thing to be con-
Sheridan and George Brent were into unsanitary quarters, pay exor- cerned about good order, proper
,married two months ago, despitethe bitant rents, or live miles away procedure and decorum, especiallyin
denials. from their jobs, in tents, shacks and the house of God. But when
other makeshifts. Meanwhile the need and the Son
is human
there a
SHIPPING "WHITE GOLD" A California freighter is being
Memos of a Midnighter: The Phil money congress appropriated to of God meets that need by the working .t
loaded with raw sugar at Honolulu for shipment to the mainland. The house them is unused. is both <*..
Plants, celebrating their 2nd Ann'y, lying of His power, it folly j
7 stifling the rumors The MGM sugar is processed in U. S. refineries and thereafter appears on the and hypocrisy obstruct or become
information booth at Times Square tables of Mr. and Mrs. America. DIES BLACKLISTEDRep. angry because one's own interpretation -

will become a recruiting station Martin Dies, who has done a of the proper order of things
The songwriters will picket radio lot of blacklisting, has himself been has been set aside.

stations with pianos on trucks put on a blacklist.He This man, who as a religious
Count Adelburg, of the White Russian has been barred from takingout 'leader should have realized that the
colony there,. and Rosemary Warburton Ynr.i a.t kti any books from the Washington need of humanity came above his 1
of the Social Register, are Like "L' 9 public library because of refusal to consideration for the beast of the '

That Trent Patterson, the pay a fine, of 80 cents for keeping field (vv. 15, 16)), and wfco should
thrush (recently in court over a books beyond the two-weeks period. have rejoiced that the Son of God
friend's husband), is being consoledby The wordy Texan withdrew "They I had done this miracle in the syna-
a hooch exec Sally Rand Shall Not Want" and "I Went to Pitt gogue, rightly deserved the swift
incorporatedherself last week to College," and the library had a very and stinging rebuke of Jesus. 'HIS
dodge claims from her recent bank- difficult time getting the books back. objection was not really to the vio- '
ruptcy. There is still $7,000 againsther After: repeated requests Dies finally lation of the Sabbath, but to the I
chorus girl wages, etc. returned them. But he refused to working of God. Such men needrebukes I

pay the small fine ,imposed, at the *:,
Sounds in the Night: In The Stork: rate of two cents a day, for his One marvels that the church can
-' "What a face! She looks like a mil- tardiness. Making no exception to read this passage again and again ::

lion dollars your enemy has" ; 4'Rp :.. x S}A,. its rules, the library thereupon and never learn the lesson. One of ,
In Reuben's: "Nope, I don't wanna xr placed him on its blacklist until he the blights on the church today is :

,be a Broadwayite I don't look good pays up. the unwillingness of many of its ,
,with a knife in my back" In leaders to permit the power of God
Club Cuba: "Tell me, whose little ON THE DISTAFF SIDE to work. They don't want it. It '
check-book stub are you?" At Sen. Hattie Caraway has received upsets their plans and programs. If 1
,Chateau-Moderne: "The big whoops! a letter from a man back in Arkansas such a man (or woman) reads these
Give him ....... ... that he 'read -
enough rope and he'll start -- which says, "Dear Miss Hattie, lines, it is suggested .
jumping it" At The be in the Secret Service. and ninth words of verse '
Copaca- SUGAR HARVEST FESTIVAL After the sugar crop has been I want to the eighth -..
bana: "When he enters.the room it's Please send'me gun, badge, and 15, then verse 5. '
gathered in Hawaii, plantation families celebrate with native feasts and
just as though someone left" handcuffs' by return mail. I know
God help us to fairly meet
Here the Souza Waialua May
reunions. is
At The Radio Franks: "Why family of plantation celebratingthe something!" issue honestly
:
,shouldn't he be crazy? Isn't he out end of a successful harvest. Note the modern home supplied rent Mrs. Caraway is an expert in such and for an' the important benefit of our eternal
'of her mind?" free to plantation workers. making white fudge with walnuts. soulsI .



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. .v'! _. News Peptic Ulcer'Benefited ASK MEA Quiz With Answers '


Offering Informationon
.4I by

I ANOTHER, r Various Subjects '=

Calm OutlookBy .

The Questions The Answers

1. What was the first bird sent 1. "He sent forth a raven." (Gen.
DR. JAMES W. BARTON by Noah from the ark? 8:7).

: ir FOR many years it was be- 2. To what American measure is 2. 5,280 feet, or one mile.

that ulcer of the stom- 1,609.3 meters equivalent? 3. The Monroe Doctrine was pro.
3. When the Monroe Doc- claimed
was in 1823.
ach (gastric) and ulcer of the
trine proclaimed? 4. Winter.

"":' ;f'w.'gv'av'; ,'",,i; 4w; ?xt '" duodenum (duodenal) were due 4. What is the hiemal season? 5. California.

: to infected teeth 5. Which of the United States 6. The name Stalin means steeL

and tonsils. :Most TODAY'S has the Farallon islands just off Molotoff, hammer. "

!" ,':' still believe its coast? 7. The deepest hole is said to
physicians
bf : that Infec- HEALTH 6. What does the name Stalin be an 'oil well of the ContinentalOil
"
: mean? Molotoff? in the San
L;a. company Joaquin
) : tion is a big .factor COLUMN 7. Where is the deepest ,hole in valley near Wasco, Calif., nearly

r: in causing the world? three miles deep.

stomach and intestinal (peptic

r. Xk ulcer) in that infection affects
'
A the lining wall and it loses its

4 ; # : :iw power of warding off the ulcer. HOW- SEW RUTH By WYETH

However, it is becoming more and
SPEARSy
more apparent that the personalityof
the individual and

;: !+y 1. aitt. .. Y 144 of vN Kw % his physique or build BIAS blanket by slipping them along in
o. m l 0 J .A: are more important J2p: TRIM the pink or blue binding as shown.

.. '.: factors in causing One length of material as long as
:
G peptic ulcers. Thus, the width of the blanket will makea

''( : as mentioned before, pair of these protectors. A half

there is the answerof LONG SUPSTITCHIN _, yard extra of the flowered.material

J z/7 u y 4.; the surgeon to thepatient's EDGE PROTECTOR-SHORT will face a matching pair of pillow .

OF COURSE YOU LIKE CANDY question: STITCHES IN cases.
.J "Now you have op- BLANKET *
(See Recipes Below) :.nry.
erated I'll have no You
.<' will also find some other Ideas for
v moie trouble with trimming pillow cases in SEWING Book 2.
<.: Making candy is really outside the few minutes) loosen them from stomach ulcer, will ,This booklet has been one of the most.
S,- :\ .:.. realm of general cooking, but with a sides of pan and turn out on table Dr. Barton I?"' -- popular complete in the series directions as it for not many only contains gift
,
f little guidance, even an amateur can top. Insert the pointed! end of a The surgeon's reply FASTEN WITH SUP- and bazaar novelties but shows how to
small skewer into the side of each ; make 42 different embroidery stitches and
:f.' work real magic with sugar and wa have STITCH BASTING
will
i was: "You ,not likely five ways to darn and repair fabrics. Send
( changing temperature lollipop, working it in carefully to
ter. Simply by more trouble with that ulcer, order to:
any
-. d and the method of handling, a avoid breaking the candy. It will but continue to more TT WAS a bride of ten years who
you may grow .
:: wide variety of fondants, fudges, be necessary to work quickly. ulcers if you do not learn to keep reminded me of blanket protec-
. MRS. RUTH WYETH SPEARS
: be made. tors. I bride because her
and hard candies can Milk Chocolate Marshmallow Candy calm." say Drawer 10

, : K- Utensils for Making Candy. Vz pound broken milk chocolate Food Habits Should Be Studied.As home still has the immaculate Bedford Hills New York
freshness of bride's house. Her
' '.J. ;'''. Saucepans should have broad bottoms 11-ounce square bitter chocolate and a Enclose 10 cents for Book 2.
physicians surgeons
been
many wool blankets have
never
s. : and should be large enough to Vz cup walnut meats (broken) have been stating ,that infection ,and washed or cleaned yet their soft Name ...............................
,
;' :;- allow for "boiling 8 marshmallows (cut in halves)
R': The insider other conditions are mostly responsible light colorings show no sign of Address .............................
'
up. Melt milk chocolate and bitter for ulcers Drs. E. J.
peptic ,
,.,: surface should be soil. She brought out some long
. smooth because chocolate together in the top of. a Callahan and, D. W. Ingham, Sara pieces of cotton material; "I baste

"' double boiler. Remove from flame toga Springs, N. Y., in American these over the tops of the blan-
rough spots may
cause candies to and add walnut meats and marsh- Journal of Digestive Diseases, state: kets," she said "and change them

" ., stick and burn.Measuring mallows. Stir gently until thoroughly "Despite the criticism against the ever few weeks." WORLD'S
:::
'., ': mixed. Drop by teaspoonfuls on nervous and emotional cause of pep- I thought of some dainty bed lin- S JUS Pg
"It cups LARGEST
Serve when cool.
-use standard wax paper. tic ulcer, it isxyet the most constant ens that I had seen all trimmedin

\ '1 measuring cups Taffy Apples. factor in causing the condition. The flower sprigged cotton print. SELLER ASpIRIR

'. for, successful results Place a meat skewer in end' of food habits of a patient with ulcer Why not make flowered blanket AT IO

-. ; accurate measurements are each apple. Cook together 1 cup must be carefully studied, as a well protectors to harmonize with blan-

essential. sugar, 1 cup white corn syrup, Vi arranged, nonirritating, low residue ket colorings? Here is one that

:: ',. .-!;. and spatulas wooden cup butter, and 1 cup coffee cream diet (not much roughage or cellu- would go with either rose or blue.It .
Spoons -
: ; r;, are desirable for candy mak- until mixture reaches firm ball stage lose as found in bulky foods such as is easy to hide basting stitches Forgive Most
ing spoons because they do not become uncomfortably (246 degrees). Stir carefully to avoid cabbage) is the foundation on which' that fasten it temporarily' 'to' the Those who have withstood the

hot, nor does the wooden scorching. Remove from flame and treatment is built." severest temptation, who have

spoon handle cut into one's hand dip each apple into mixture and thenin To help their patients to under- practiced the most arduous duties,

,, M during beating. Use standard tablespoons cold water.Butterscotch. stand the cause of peptic ulcer, f 'who have confided in God under

k and teaspoons for measuring. Nut Marshmallows. these physicians show an equal the heaviest trials, who have been

A medium-sized spatula is a help in 1 cup light brown sugar sided triangle, ,one side representingthe vcg13miIeS most wronged, have forgiven

scraping candy from kettles, and % cup cream heredity factor which, of course, most. -

lifting candy from the pan. % teaspoon vanilla extract the patient can't correct, one side

sheets and Vi teaspoon salt showing nervousness, illness in the
Baking platters pans-
4
- %& ordinary cookie sheets provide a % pound marshmallows family, financial or other worriesas DON'T BE BOSSED
4 good surface for pouring hard can- 3A cup nut meats (finely chopped) a cause, and the third side show-

dies; large platters may be used for .Place brown sugar, cream, vanilla ing rough or unsuitable foods as an- Stumped Him BY YOUR LAXATIVE-RELIEVE

taffy, which is to be taken out and extract,' and salt in a saucepan. other ulcer cause. The little girl's brother was CONSTIPATION THIS MODERN WAY

Ffr pulled, or for fondant which is to be r.-.. Cook slowly, stirring The thought then is that if peptic showing her how clever he was by .When you feel gassy, headachy, logy
reciting the alphabet backwards.She due to clogged-up bowels, do as millions
beaten. _c frequently, ulcer is present or there is a tend-
looked at him wonderingly fora do-take Feen-A-Mint at bedtime. Next
l Candy thermometer-a thermometer to the soft ball ency to ulcer, treatment means the few minutes then she said: : morning-thorough, comfortable relief
is essential in order to obtain stage (236 degrees removal of any infection present, acquiring helping you start the day full of your
4 uniform and good results in making ). Remove calmness of spirit and th

from flame and million! Feen-A-Mint doesn't disturb
candy. o/JI" eating of nonirritating foods.
; -
with work the
: interfere
:: One-Sided your night's rest or j
Candies are classified as "creamy place sauce-pan w next day. Try Feen-A-Mint, the chewinggum
candies," such as fondant or fudge, over hot waterto "Look here, surely you can'trefuse laxative,yourself.It tastes good,it's
and as "taffies" and "hard" can- keep mixture Extract of OvaryIn to lend me some money? handy and economical...a family supplyFEENAM1NT761

dies, like nut brittle and lollipops.In from cooling. Coat marshmallowswith One friend should always be readyto
the butterscotch mixture and Widening Role help another, you know."
'M r: making candies two
creamy then roll immediately in the finely "Yes, but you always want to be
rules must be observed: cook the
chopped nut meats. Place on a butt the other."
candy to a definite temperature, and A GLAND extract that is coming
tered platter until cold. Nature Reflects
fir; ;:. cool to room temperature before you more and more into everydayuse -- of di-
begin, to beat.Brazilian. Red and Green 'Popcorn Balls. is extract of the ovaries. It has What has become of the old- O nature! glorious mirror
Makes 10 balls fashioned girl who bit her lips to vinity; what constant studentswere
( )
4's. Molasses Balls. been a real blessing to women approaching we of thy'myriad forms and

>: (Makes 24 small balls) 2 cups sugar at, and following the make them red? mysteries all through the years oi

.r""f.'t ,; \Vz cups sugar 2 tablespoons light corn syrup menopause. It "steadies" or quietsthe our childhood.-Bulwer.

., .,..:..;oo,. .t:,.t'.:.,_,. .,". Vi cup hot water 1% cups water nerves so that many patients are In Reality .
-,\' F< 'j" .'"".; 3A cup light molasses 1 teaspoon vanilla extract spared the necessity of mental treat- "Aren't you the ,thought-reader who

i .' ,-:' \i/ % teaspoon salt Red or green liquid coloring ment in an institution, relieves entertaining the company a coupleof
.;' ,. 3 hours by finding needles and other Relief At LastForYourCough
ago
;" 1 tablespoon vinegar quarts popped corn shock, and lessens the number and "
had hidden
I. 1'' y. Vi cup butter Combine sugar, corn syrup and severity of hot flushes or flashes.Dr. "Yes.small" objecu you

3. 3 pints popped corn water, and cook-in a saucepan, stir- I. H. Blaisdell, Boston, reports "Well, what has kept you here so
,': ;; : 1 pint Brazil nuts (sliced) ring until the sugar is dissolved. excellent results in the treatment of long?" '

') '4' :3 i(. Dissolve sugar in hot water. Add Continue cooking until the temperature 60 cases of dry catarrh with the "I'm looking for my hat!"

molasses, salt and vinegar and cook 290 degrees is reached, or untila very disagreeable odor, by use of a Creomulsion relieves promptly because -.
''''J I to soft crack stage (270 degrees). few drops of the syrup becomes spray of ovary extract (estrin) into Ashamed of It it goes right to the seat of the

'; Remove from heat, and add butter. brittle when dropped into cold wa- the nose. ,The dry 'crusts causingthe During the course of the botany trouble to help loosen and expel

; Stir syrup slowly into popped corn ter. Add vanilla extract and a few odor disappeared in all 30 cases lesson the teacher asked if any germ soothe laden and phlegm heal,raw and, tender aid natureto inflamed -

i. and Brazil nuts. :Mix well, and shape drops of red or green coloring. Stir where onset of catarrh occurred boy knew why the leaves turn bronchial mucous mem-

into balls. sufficiently to mix the coloring even- after, age of 20, ,and in 84 per cent red in the autumn. Up popped an branes.Tell your druggist to sell you
Lollipops. ly. Pour the cooked syrup over the of the 30 cases which occurred be- eager hand. a bottle of Creomulsion with the un

(Makes \Vz dozen) popped corn, which has been sprin- fore" the age of 20. "Well, Wilks?" asked the mas- derstanding you the must cough like or the you way are It
allays
quickly
kled with salt stir
; well, and form
2 cups sugars For Catarrh Deafness. ter encouragingly. to have your money back.CREOMULSION. .
into balls with the hands, using lit blushing to
light corn sir
cup syrup Excellent results have also been "Please, they're
tIe
1 'water pressure. have been all
cup think how green they
obtained in chronic catarrhal deafness
% teaspoon oil of cloves or oil of Chocolate Fudge. the summer." For Coughs,Chest Colds,BronchitisBftfr&
by use of ovary extract, also
cinnamonRed (Makes 36 lV4-inch squares)
,used in the form of a spray into
::." or green coloringPut 2 tablespoons butter
the nose. "Because of the wide variety -
sugar, syrup, and water in a 3 cups sugar of its effects on the body, it
sauce pan. Cook, stirring just until 1 cup milk seems possible that estrin, properly
"- the sugar is dis- 2 squares chocolate (2 ounces) (cut used, may be of value in combating
solved. Continues in pieces)
: disease and disorders which have
cooking over very Vi cup honey -
obscure.
been heretofore The action -
low heat, to 310 1 teaspoon vinegar '
of estrin is
riJI"degrees \ more farreachingthan
.
on a can-_ '4I I 1 teaspoon vanilla
insulin and than ,
more powerful
dy thermometer. Nutmeats if desired adrenalin." T0J* PUBLIC nature of advertising bene-
i'.
Wash down the in
Melt butter
a saucepan. Add THE
Just how estrin acts on the nose benefits the
t crystals that form and milk it touches. It
: sugar and mix well. Bring is not at present known.If everyone
%;; k; during cooking, to boil then and cook I that offered. It
a cover with then, extract of ovary has public by describing exactly the products are
using cheese cloth the lid for about 3
on minutes. Re- shown itself to give great relief I benefits employees, because the advertiser must be more fair
which has been move lid, add chocolate and honey,
wrapped around a fork or spoon. and cook to soft ball stage (236 degrees from treatment symptoms of that at menopause distressing in ail the and just than the employer who has no obligation to the public.

When the candy reaches 310 degrees ). Remove from heat the obvious
and add ment-the dry form of catarrh, and These benefits of advertising are quite apart'from
remove from heat, add flavoring vinegar and vanilla. Cool to
and room also in catarrhal deafness, do not benefits which advertising confers-the lower prices,the higher
coloring and mix very temperature, and beat until the
quickly. Pour into small buttered fudge is thick and creamy. Add nut hesitate to use it in any form prescribed quality,the better service that go with advertised goods and firms.

muffin pans' filling them only %- meats if desired, and spread in well by-your phys.ejan for other
inch deep. As, soon as the lollipops buttered pan. obscure or persistent disturbancesof '

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er the event, as well as put themup to read, write, and spell. How to i the New 'Year with a feeling of- security 1'
The 'Clewiston News beforehand.You live with other youngsters; how to I as far as involvment in
'
know how it looks in the develop themselves and prepare fora European and Asiatic conflicts
Post Office. That bulletin board future occupation. The childrenare ohcerned. The war still t
Friday In Ctewlston.
Published Florida by every the CLEWISTON NEWS still has notices of Thanksgiving not 'taken, at an early 'age, remote. Czechoslovakia,
Inc. events on it. Small wonder that from their parents and put in a and Poland were gone;
we are not more observant of fresh special school where they learn Denmark and the low
KEATIILEY DOWDEN, Editor notices when they are put there. only two things-Hate for every were still intact while France
We can hardly find them midst the thing and love for only one-one ed secure behind her Maginot of'f
of out-dated ones: human just like themselves. A and England remained mistress
second class mail matter group
Entered February as 1, 1927, at the Post Office In school which teaches that it is the the seas and possessed with
Clewiston Florida. under the Act or WE ARE AMERICANSBy "right" thing to do; tell on their resources.
March 3. 1897.Sabserlptlon own mother and father if they say With startling swiftness the '

Richard W. Turk anything against the "Leader." al forces of dictatorship swept

Rate $2.00 Per Year. What were you thinking about Yes, we are a fortunate 'people. to devour the better part of '

Advertising Rate On Application. Tuesday evening? Possibly on that WE ARE AMERICANS. Therefore, tinental Europe. In quick
particular evening you couldn't lets make this, our New Year's sion Denmark, Norway,
think and probably didn't want to Resolution: With God's Will we Belgium and France found 1
and welfare -'
Devoted of Clewiston to the advancement and Hendry County. think. No doubt you had just one shall devote our untiring efforts to \selves_ overcome. The mainland
thought in mind, "Celebrate." Cele- : preserve that- -for which- they before
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brate what? We know that thou- us di d.-=.to improve wherever we
I .... .... ...... ................-.......... ... .
... .. .
.. ...... sands of people all over the world can in our humble way the Prin- \ : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : :-: : : : : :":":":<-:-:":":": :":-:":":":":":":": :":":-: :":":'
,,,, -
:;:-:,,:,,:,,:,:,:-: : :": : : : : : .":":(":":":": :"" were celebrating for many differ ciples of Democracy. And to makeit ?y t

ent reasons;' too. many to even try our business to carryon in this y ?..

RAMBLINGS and put. down on paper. crusade to our utmost ability. To 'Y:' rJa "- .}
obstacles of hate, intolerance,
rid
Possibly you were preparing to '
By B. B. and destruction from the minds of Iy
go out for the evening-to some !
friends home to' welcome in the all 'those we meet. Not through _

........................ .. ........ force but through the powers of
:..:..:..:..:..: : : : : : : : : : : : :-: :+: : : : : New Year. Maybe you were prepar- y
ing (glasses, ice, mixer, etc.) for a LOVE, TOLERANCE, AND THE Y.y I

1941 dawned clear and warm, little party at your' own home. Or GOLDEN RULE. '.'

as pleasant an Indian summer day quietly and patiently sitting near I GIRLI \ y:
TO A CLEWISTON II
waiting. y
and the radio with your family
one could wish. It's quiet
as :f: _
to hear thousands all over the -
calm hereabouts and the noise is looked at yourrhen'you lookedat : .
,
country welcome in the New Year. i 1f:: ARE NO :
one of revelry and the explosions And last, but not least, possiblyyou me ;. DOUBLE JOINTED.
those of firecrackers. It was a gay were doing just what I found With your eyes of blue or are. I Iy PEOPLE ; .i'

as though we in myself doing, reading a good book.I they brown? '
holiday season
But then it really does not matter-
celebrate all was re-reading a book which I
to
America were trying For they the prettiest in town! It
are
enthusiastically knowingso have read several times during the -
the more in the world were not able past three months. It is a book As I was saying: you looked- at me
many And my heart went pitter! pitter! i
to celebrate at all. called "Stand Fast For Freedom" I
.
4Clewiston's written by Lowell Thomas and Ber- patter! I
I smiled at you. But you frownedat y
New Year's Eve festi- ton Braley. A very interestingbook. .y. ,
vities appeared to have all climaxed A book written in everyday me, .;. ii
!
So I-went waymournfullyTommy
at the Inn where a large crowd i American language; simple and understanding my 'f'. J
''
of those remaining up to usher in ; touching and stimulat- Murray. :!:. : (c-rn; "nl. Ij :i:
the New Year in proper form gath- ing. No, few readers, I'm not go- I
ered following parties' in other ing to give you a condensed report .
places. Mr. and Mrs. Downs distributed of this book. .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:..:. :.:;.: ? (Explanation on Page Eight) ::
noisemakers As I was rambling through this i
hats and
and it paper was a jolly party that book the usual news reports came Too Late To ClassifyBy :;_:. There are many reasons why people get =a.

Mr. New Year at bursting from the radio. Death,
'
welcomed young :f: more satisfaction from life, when they :: '
destruction and 'starvation in Eu- '
midnight. rope. Thousands enjoying the Pre- RUSSELL KAY 1 own their own home: security, pride of =I; ,

As we took the decorations off Orange Bowl Parade in Miami; oth- .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.. :::: possession, the knowledge they are building :: .
the Christmas tree and stored them er thousands all over the United
lor another twelve months we wish- States preparing to celebrate the It is doubtful if any year in his- I::_:: an investment. Build or buy on our I::

ed the trees could be put to some coming in of the New Year at tory was more eventful than 1940.It .=. loan plan. ::
>useful purpose. The best idea we've their favorite Nite Club-Nite Club was a year of tremendous importto 1';'
heard (and it's from some middle managers claiming the best at- all mankind. Millions who y:

:Florida town) is a community bon- tendance in history. J thought how ushered it in with faith and hopein y y \
- lire. The day before New Year's fine all this was. How lucky we their hearts today lie crushed y

Eve, everyone' puts their discarded are. True we have our ups and under the ruthless heel of the op ? EMIMB fiHERHL
Christmas tree out by the street; downs; good times and bad. But, pressor. Peace loving nations, y
the city garbage truck gathers them haven't we something more? I '''weak, helpless and unprepared, have

and they are placed in a huge pile wondered.I been wiped from the map and their .. i
Reside a neighboring lake. On New heard- an airplane passing ,over- peoples reduced to slavery. Death ,Y:
Year's Eve, various chemicals are head. Neither my wife nor I ran and destruction on a scale beyond Y
poured on the tree,- which when the frantically for a bomb shelter; she I all human comprehension have been I::: .:I:
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bonfire ''is' lighted near midnight continued with her work. I visited upon millions. .:'. .:.
gives off beautifully colored fire. My wife and' your wife go shop- I A year ago America welcomed . . . . .;.. . . . . . ...... ...........
1.N'N-.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N. .N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.M.N.N.N.N.N.N.M.H.N.N.N.N.N.N.M.N. .NN .0e..
It seems like the most practical way ping. Limited in their purchasingpower .0
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of the Christmas trees, and a ing the advance head.in prices with in a .:..:..:..:..:..:o.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.. .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:0.-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:....
swell way for a small community nod of their Rejoicing ': :00------:......

to greet the new year. their minds at 'any slight loweringof M .. ..
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prices. These changes come II .f"f'.' .1"..
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The sight of a Christmas tree only through economic conditionsand .f'"

always carries one back to his child- I not by decree. Earlier this .:... y....

hood. Our fathers and mothers i I evening we drove' home along fairly ..f.:...::.. 'jENJOY AN '...".,.,'',..,, .+"..' ... "
visualize strings of cranberries and lighted streets; not blackouts.We .:... '.: .,',- /:,::, :::' .:.f"C'J' :
popcorn, and dolls and horns tied I read our newspapers whichare .:... ; 'J'. ,- .:"f.
the branches. We came along not government censored; pa- : .. st.i.
on :::: < > ; ; : :
in the tinsel and red rope era. And pers which try to bring to us the L ALL ELECTRIC: ; .. ,
don't you all remember at the I whole truth tothe- best of their :!::=: J ,- :v'J,: .:'" : :i::::

Church or School Christmas tree ability. :i::;: "' :'r '." ::*

program the chief concern of the I Have you ever tried a gas mask .:..:. -- "" ., -,,. HOME /' .. <;. ':" t.r "-
adults was that_ no fire should be on? I haven't. We wonder howthe'y :. ,. ". yy.'
started by the tallow candles that would feel. Can one breath .:.... ''f"'":

lighted the tree? And children of I freely Are they hot? .i..::"..:'. .' .' -#
"the present generation will re- We belong to local business or .:..:. ARV .ii' :
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member myriads of bright colored ganizations-Lodge-or Fraternity. ....:. ." '
-electric lights, fragile bright-colored I Never have we thought about someone : : ...t'i
ornaments, and dripping icicles of forbidding these privileges.We :i::::; Electricity is the modern servant; a servant that :i: :

.-tinfoil. '* I practically converse any with issue our friends we wish on, ** takes care of both the work and the pleasures of the :::i:
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'The one string of very inex- 'I whether intelligently or not. We :i::: home and one that: will do everything quickly, efficient- 3:;::;

pensive electric lights which we I express freely our opinions, without :.::: .t..t. '
added to our Christmas decorationsthis fear of punishment.We .;..:. I y and economically.S .;"i' .
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year had a little clip on each receive our mail through the : ; 'f' :

socket to hold the light in place on local government post office. It's :!::: One penny will toast 26 crunchy slices of toast, or :i::;:;
the branches-and for a nickle we never opened. We feel indignant if
bought enough ornament hangers to one side of the flap is loose. We ;::+:: give your eyes two hours of safe reading light or operate ':i::;:

--even decorate the a dozen simple trees.task of So adorningour it goes can wish call, anyone providing on we the have telephonewe the :_,:::;=: your radio for most of a day-and-ELECTRICITY is tone

holiday tree becomes simpler price, without" the wires being :!::: thing that gets cheaper the more of it that you use. :: :i: 4

-each year. The next generation may "tapped. We live and go wherewe .:..:. !fr,
go to the store each Christmas and please. We don't register with .f''f'
buy a tree already decorated and the local police officer or ask his :::: That is why it is so easy to have and enjoy a home .:;::5: l

mounted. If they. do, they'll miss permission to move.I _. :..:. '
that is all electric and modern. : .
half the fun. am not Catholic, yet I enjoyedthe +...:;:. '_ .. :.. :f..::..
CIt Christmas Eve services providedfor .;..!. .t{. '':
seems a shame that more of the community. I was welcome.I 't'.:" -- .. .. ': .
us do not put up outdoor decora- can worship God in any Church I 's" .c'.t

tions at the holiday season. Some choose. : i
simple decoration and lights on We think of the people in the !;i l ELECTRICITY IS YOUR CHEAPEST SERV- i1

every house would make the town Northern Continent as neighbors, .r..:. 1
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prettier than beautiful decorationson separated by a small strip of wateror .....:. ...:. .f
only half a dozen places. Let's a border line; in the south as _
ANT-USE II!
make that one"of our resolutionsfor foreigners-we don't understand :::: '. IT EXTRAVAGANTLY. :::: .

the New Year. their language very well. We hear ." .:.r+. 1
them daily though over our radios Ay -

And that brings us strictly up to which are not controlled by the .';''..:'' :,' -. ..=:..1ii}
date, and puts the matter of : .
reso- government. The parents in the '" '
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lutions strictly before us. No mat- .
neighborhood have their children ':" .
ter how we may try to dodge the with them in their homes; working, ':'.::' .
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Issue, somehow on New Year :we playing, and enjoying each other's "':' ", .:..5. 1.
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feel that we must take a little stockof company. Not "shipped" to a far: '" :' .c.
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the past and map out our policies'for a-way land for safety. Their father : t. :
the future. and mother will protect them. If Glades Power and Light Co
they can't'they can 'call police who f it

'One resolution we'd like to make will; police who are friends and ,

'for the various organizations In the will help them. .' .f..C. i
'town is: Resolved: That when we These same parents send their .:'.:' .:... ,;;
placard the town for benefit H' .C..}
a per- children to the Public School in our w

formance, we'll make it part of our city-a school supported by them. (:::.:.:..:....:..NNN. ;..;NNN. ;.. ..;NNNNNN" ..........................:....._......:.................:.......:...................................:o..............................-................. .. .. .. {"l:..
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) F} SAY JANUARY 3, 1941 THE CLEWISTON NEWS PAGE FTTHPersonah k
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"' R. L. Coker, Jr., was a visitor in W. C. PREWITT IS HOST delicate operation which Mr. Hendry I and cannot be divided, and stand

Miami Wednesday. TO FOREMEN AT DINNERW. originated and by which the different -
:/ shoulder to shoulder
united in plan

v fJ [f/ J Dr. and Mrs. Clarence Tillmanof C. Prewitt, agricultural superintendent pollinated.colored This plants operation are cross pro- and purpose, to the end that America ,*,

J Gainesville visited Dr. and Mrs. for the western division of duces seeds and the new varietiesare and the American way of life r

O. F. Schiffli this week en route to the Sugar' Corporation, entertainedhis seedlings. If a new color results shall not perish from the earth. w

Miami to attend the Orange Bowl field foremen at dinner at the additional plants are inducedto And personal
my wish to you Is .
Mrs. G. B. Thomas ,and Mary game. Their son, George, visited Clewiston Inn on New Year's Day. come true to color by bark. grafts. everything good for the

I Louise Thomas were visitors Thurs- the Schiffli boys while his parentswere Harry T. Vaughn, of the sugar Name of the white bougainvillea is New Year!

day in West Palm Beach. in Miami and returned to house, was also a guest. the Elizabeth Doxey: after the name
Reports from all
Gainesville with them :Thursday. The foremen are C. L. McLendon, 'of the wife of the aviator who discovered over Florida indicate ,

E. L. George A. Yon, Fisher AngeWillis and imported the vine. The that the Christmas retail ;'.
Mrs. H. R. Hall and Mrs.
Stewart were visitors in West Palm Mrs. Lawrence Hardy of Moore Cato, M. C. Vowell, Neil Williamson best known: bougainvilleas are theB. trade was the best the ,state has <;>.
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Beach Thursday. Haven is working for a few weeksin William E. Bolton and Oliver glabra, B. spectabilis and crimson ever seen even exceeding the boom!

-- the offices of the United States H. Shepard. lake.: The best three varieties developed -I days of 1929. National defense

Sugar Corporation taking the placeof by Mr. Hendry have been

Mrs. Maud Hare spent Tuesday Miss Mary Markette who is remaining BERNERS HOSTS AT RIB ROAST named the Margaret Bacon, Dan- payrolls and easier credit are givenas

.', in Okeechobee as the guest of Mr. at the bedside of her mother AND WATCH PARTY TUESDAY iel Bacon and Barbara Hendry. the principal reasons for the increase

i and Mrs. G. O. Wallace. Mrs. T. E. Markette, who is .....-- They are pinks and reds. Fort of about 25 percent over

---.- seriously ill. DIr and Mrs.. Carl E. Berner en- Myers News-Press. last year.

!.J :, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Pape spent tertained a large group of friends

1 Tuesday in Fort Myers. They were Among those from Clewiston attending with a rib roast and watch party Too Late To Classify
accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Mel- FOR SALE-Small black Shet-
the Orange Bowl game in New Year's Eve. Ribs were bar-

vin Pape of Moore Haven.. Miami New Year's Day were Mr. becued over an open fire at the land pony, very gentle. $50. See

,, '..--- and Mrs. Dave Alston, Miss Martha clay, pit picnic grounds near LaBelle. Continued from Page 4) Homer Taylor, Felda.

J'," Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Van Horn of Nell Alston, Miss 'Lillie May Billups, After supper the group enjoyed in his power to build up our nat- I

Belle Glade spent New Year's Day Parker T. Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. G. dancing at LaMooieton Club andat ional defense and while progress in
I FOR
RENT
'. .'.;, here with Mr.. and Mrs. J. A. Mc- H. Small, Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Von the Clewiston Cocktail Lounge. this direction has not been as Exceptionally nice
! Phone
Gehee. Mach, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Kelly, Guests were Mrs. Lawrence La- speedy and as coordinated as it room. 58. -

Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Nail, Mr. and Flan, Mrs. William McDonald and should be, our people are beginningto J'

'r Mr. and Mrs. Fred W. Clabborne Mrs. A. W. Lawrence, Miss Virginia Mrs. B. C. Childress of Foley, Ala- appreciate the necessity for concerted FOR SALE-Several
items of
;': of West Palm Beach were the New Saxon, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bestor, bama; Mr. and Mrs. M. W.- Bigg and action and all indications for sale. furniture
Mrs. S. L.
Crochet.
Year guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Miss 'Edythe Nell Cornette, J. D. their guests, Mrs. Agnes Worming point to renewed effort the new

Hackett. Hooker, Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, Bob ton, of Mt. Taber, N. J., and Miss

and Dick Patterson, Mr. and Mrs. Harriett Hayward of New York City, year.What
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the next twelve
months FOR RENT-2 small houses
-i,., ,: M. W. Bigg, Miss Harriett Hay- Mr. and Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, Mr.I for
hold for
Miss Leo Willingham and Virginia may America and the rent at Bare Beach. Pete Chagaris
ward, Mrs. Agnes Wormington, Nick and Mrs. Horace A. Bestor, Mrs.J. l ,
to'Fort -
Smith returned Sunday world no man can say, but we Clewiston Bar.Johnson's.
Schiffli, Mr. and Mrs.. Jimmy Wil- W. Francis, Mr. and Mrs., E. C.
i '; Myers after visiting Mr. and Mrs. should at least profit from the lessons -
and Mrs. W. Moran Mills Miss Hazel Prince R. L. i ri
son, Mr. Jay Coker of
for several the
1 Roy Alston days. tragic year just passed
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney L. Crochet, and Al Johnston. and determine i
I ---- individually and collectively -
Hub Spooner, Charles Benson, Foy
: i f Mrs. E. W. Durst has as her : that come what may, this
Durrence, Miss Marcia Avant, Wilbur Fish Camp
;,..-.,:, ,j' guests this week her sister_ Mrs. Goff, Miss Bertha Gram, Miss WynneHareMiss ( nation will not be. caught off guardor

:!.1' 2. :' P. L. Lundsford and her step-moth- Edwina Parkinson, Miss Jerry Park- unprepared. (Near Hurricane Gate)
c Mrs. G. H. Hunt of Miami. As citizens it is the
;,: : er, ,duty of each
, inson, Cecil V. Parkinson, Ed Col- Dorothy Hare, youngest Clewiston, Fla.Boats -,
of us to stand firm 'behind
thosewe
: ,:, lier, Robert and Lloyd Kelly, Pete daughter of Mrs. Maud Hare andR. and Motors-Guide Service

Mr. and Mrs. Carl E. Berner had Chagaris, Miss Bernice O'Neal, Miss M. Hare, Sr., was married on have clothed with authority and Rates ReasonableW.
', intrusted with the task of
.' ."' as their guests New Year's Eve Mildred Durst, Miss Betty Spicer, New Year's Eve to James A. Wynne, meetingthe
LaFran Mrs. William trying problems of the hour. It H. Johnson, lUgr.lIECHAl'CAL .
Mrs. Lawrence Miss Christine Bell, Sandy Bell, EdWard of Clewiston. The ceremony was
is the duty of both labor and industry
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McDonald and Mrs. B. C. Charles ,Roberts. performed in Moore Haven by
to forget their own private
Childress of Foley, Alabama.
County Judge J. M. Couse. The
and selfish interests and form
'" -- I MISS MUMFORD, ,MRS.. DUFF only witnesses were Mr. and Mrs. a i
1: and united front for the protectionand
Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Ezelle I
COMPLIMENTED AT BRIDGEMrs. Robert Russell of Clewiston, who
STRUCTURAL
:; Emma Jane Ezelle ret.urned Tues- welfare of the'nation as a ,
the bride
accompanied couple. The
ARCHITECTURAL
DESIGNS
< < : day from Graceville where they W. C. Owen entertainedwith wore a dress of teal blue with black whole.
ten Christmas I Each individual Maps Estimates
spent days during citizen should
accessories.
. a bridge party at her home '
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:. ?\' with Dr. Ezelle's family. Tuesday afternoon complimentingMiss Mrs. Wynne graduated from the guard as never before his 'actions JOHN H. DOTY ,

::<: -, Eleanor, Mumford, of Provi- Clewiston_ High School in 1938. She and his tongue and concern him- Engineering Consultant
):4g i.- E. ,D. Hines of West Milford, New self diligently and faithfully, to the
." dence, Rhode Island, who is the is employed as telephone operatorat I Hopkins Bldg. Clewiston, Fla.
Earl G. Hines of New task hand
Jersey and at
guarding against misunderstanding -
w =y. guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.N. the United States Sugar Cor-
York City are spending several daysat ., S. Mumford. poration offices.Mr. strife and intoler-
the Clewiston Inn while
enjoying
Wynne is the son of Coley ance.
bass fishing in Lake Okeechobee. High score prize, a pair of bath
Wynne, of Cordele, Ga. He is a Every American hopes for peace Glasses Scientifically Broken LensesFitted
towels, was won by Mrs. O. E.
--T- i graduate of the Cordele High School but must fully realize that to insure and Repaired DuplicatedDR.
Mrs. B.. H. Cuttino, Sr., and her Schiffli, second, a box of handker-' and has resided in Clewiston for it we must be prepared to defend F, D. GUDBAUR
son, Frank Cuttino, are returningthis chiefs by Mrs. E. C. Mills. Mrs. Optometrist J
irk of life ,
two and one-half years. He is con- our way from those
week-end to their home in Jay W. Moran received. brass ash
Phone 108 5 Collier Arcade
who would
it whether
nected with the United States Sugar destroy from
Sumter, S. C., ,after visiting Mr. and tray as consolation and Mrs. Fred I Fort Myers. Florida
and has been within or from without. Successor
Lx Corporation, recently to K. H. OakleyJ.
Mrs. B. H. Cuttino and ,daughter, Morrison a bath mat as cut prize.
promoted to the position of purchasing Efforts will be made to disruptus
Anita, through the holidays. Miss Mumford was given stationeryas '
remembrance. agent. _' .: by inciting class against ,class,
a guest
Mr. and Mrs. Wynne are residingin creed against creed and group M. COUSE
Miss Runelle McGehee left Thurs-
As prizes were awarded a lighted -
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., the Ezelle Apartment. against group. Agitators, many in
;' -, day for Monte Verde to resume her birthday cake, was placed before I Counselor and Attorney at Law
the of alien
:.'.: '' studies at 'Monte Verde School for Mrs. F. Deane Duff, together with employ powers, will Hopkins Building
"' WINNIE AYERS CIRCLE strive to drive a wedge between the
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Girls. Mrs. J. A. McGehee and Miss gifts from many of the guests in, a Wednesdays and Saturdays

,;:;:;:. Julia Oglesby accompanied her to surprise recognition of, her birth- MEETINGMrs. laborer and the employer, the Jew 9:30 to 4:00
and the Gentile, the black and the
i West Palm Beach. Alex McGowan was hostessto
:" day.Mrs. white, the Catholic and the Pro-
;
'' Owen served a fruit salad, the Winnie Ayres Circle of the
: testant, and if we thoughtlessly per-
) : Peter '
; Schlesinger of New York Woman's Missionary Society Tues-
'' nut bread and coffee to Miss mit ourselves to be influenced by
-R: A:' City, who flew down in his own Eleanor Mumford, Mrs. F. Deane day afternoon at her home at such CLEWISTONTINNING
agitation will
"'fi-:'" plane to spend the holidays with Duff, Mrs. Nicholas Mumford, Mrs.H. Shawnee Farms. After a' short into the hands we of our play enemies.directly & PLUMBING SHOP "' .

,:';.;;,, !\ Mr. and Mrs Nicholas Mumford and A. Bestor, Mrs. 'J. W. Francis, business meeting, the group resum Anything in Plumbing Fixtures
: : : Miss Eleanor Mumford Let us face the new year with
has returned
,
,
'ij--" Mrs. R.Y.. Patterson, Mrs. O. F. ed discussion of its study book. Prompt, Efficient Service
to New York. faith and courage and recognize the
2 :: The hostess served fruit cake and
Schiffli, Mrs. Jay W. Moran, Mrs.J. .
;:".. ;, -' I I F. '''Morrison, Miss Barbara Mor- coffee to Mrs. E. M. Cornette, Mrs.C. responsibility that is ours. PETER CHRISTENSEN, 1lgr.MMBM .
wc1; ;": ,1\11'. and Mrs Langley and Mrs. Let us resolve, that we shall not
rison, Mrs. E. L. Stewart, Mrs. M. Nelson, Mrs. R. J. Blount, Mrs. .

rq i.f.; .., Clarence R. Beardsley of ,Tew Haiii' M. Prewitt, Mrs. W. C. Prewitt, Mrs.E. H. E. Walker, Mrs. D. B. Allen, Mrs.

ven, Conn., who are spending the C. Mills, Mrs: H. T. Vaughn and O. A. Clarke, Mrs. W. G. Mathis,

winter at Lake Park, visited here Mrs. William Bolton. Mrs. Clayton Waters and Mrs. F. A. : : . : . : : .+: : : .MMMMrMMMMr: .MMMM. : :": : : .
j. ?;rr ', today with Mr. and Mrs. J. E.,7x Hanna.

'- ; ; Beardsley.: BEARDSLEY HOME SCENE OF : : I

1.!r:<:' t,' NEW WHITE BOUGAINVILLEAIS

"!,r, Miss Ruth Marshall returned this WATCH PARTY NEW YEARS E'.EJim INSURED FOR $5,000A JL/

w' week from Columbia, S. C.: where

she spent a few weeks during the Bob, Dan and Bruce Beards- A pure white bougainvillea now FOR YOUR HEALTH'S SAKEAT
ley were hosts at 'a steak fry and
holidays with her mother and sis-
I coming into bloom at the Ever-
ters. A sister Mrs. E. scavenger hunt at The Beardsley I
C. Black, glades has been insuredfor
nursery
Farm east of Clewiston New Year'sEve.
returned with
here. her and is visitingher Their guests included Misses $5,000 by James E. Hendry A. and B. BOWLING ALLEYSA

;'.,-,' I Barbara Morrison, Lee Pridgen, against cold, blight, insects or

-:'. ="" Miss Ruth Gloria McDuffie and June Hooker, plant diseases. Two local agents, FREE GA IE-'Vith each gent's score of 200 or better
Mixon 'has
who
been I II Sam Johnston and S. O. Godman
,
I Bob and Dick Patterson Bill and
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employed here for the past six yearsin shared the policy which was one Ladies' 150 or better and in duck pins a score of 100 or better I
the Dick Owen, Morris Ford, Jijnmy
offices of the United States Hall of the few of its kind ever writ- iN1N r
Engineers has resigned and Ralph and Moye Bishopof
her
position
and will leave Clewiston, Miss Elizabeth Drau- ten. :N:N:N:N:N:N:M:N:N:N:..:N:N.N.N.N:N.H.N:N:N:N:N:N.N.N:..:N.N.N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N.N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:.
Clewiston this
week
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"Of it's worth $5,000
course ,
for the ghn of Moore Haven, Miss Edith ,
probably home of her par- said Mr. Hendry who has spent

ents in Texas. Aley and Bethea Aley of Lake Harbor 20 years developing new varietiesof V..:..*...N:":N VA_:..:?_>M:.A.:M:N:.....:N:"t.V.N*N*N*..*N:N\.*N*N V\V VA%%%V>*N%lwtMl jM< '
Miss Elizabeth Jameson, Miss '
bougainvillea but has been : '
Mrs. John Flynn and son, Larry Mildred Lane, Miss Marcia Davis able to white never ',:. JJI
produce a speci-
pure
' Joseph, of Philadelphia and Albert ,Lane of Belle. Glade, and : '
r' are spending '
I several weeks here with her Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Beardsley. men.The agents had a difficult time Make Your Own V

brother-in-law, the Rev. Father S
assuring their companies that one ., '- 't"
Lawrence J. Flynn, at MUMFORDS ENTERTAIN .
the Catholic
plant was worth $5,000. One of :;: :t:
,Rectory 'Mrs. Flynn is a sister of WITH COCKTAIL PARTY .. .
Citrus '
Miss" Catherine Comiskey. the company officials wrote Mr. :i: : JuicesFrom :;:
Johnston that he had visited New
a .
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; w' -,_ti,- --I: ? .:; Miss Eleanor Blake Mumford, York florist who refused to be- 'i'v

; A party composed of Misses who has been the guest through the lieve that anyone owned a white

r Christine Bell, Mildred Durst and holidays of her parents, Mr. and bougainvillea but said if such a I f.: the Sweetest Juicest Duncan G. F.

Betty Spicer and Charles Roberts, Mrs Nicholas V. S. Mumford and plant did exist that the policy was 'l

Ed Ward and Sandy Bell ,spent Peter Schlessinger of New York justified. The St. Paul Fire and ,: And Pineapple Oranges At :v t:
; New Year's City who flew down ::
Eve and New Year's Day to spend a few Marine Insurance Company and' "

in Miami enjoying the Orange Bowl days with the family were honored Norwich Union Company shared 50c A Bushel ::
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festivities and game. guests at a cocktail party given the risk. ..

one night last week by Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Hendry does not have muchto v

.Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Bigg haveas Mumford v
c, say about how he got the white : ';'
;.., their house guests Mrs. Agnes Among those invited were: Mr. bougainvillea except thatit was. THEBeardsley V

Wormington, of Mt. Taber, New I. and Mrs. Jay W. Moran, Mr. and brought to this country from South ; V

Jersey, who arrived Friday for a Mrs. F. Deane Duff, Mr. and Mrs. America by an aviator who knew I I

visit, and Miss Harriett Hayward of William Cecil Owen, Mr. and Mrs. something about flowers. Over a "f Farm

New York City who came on Mon- Horace A. Bestor, Dr. and Mrs. period of years Mr. Hendry, by cross $

day. O. F. Schiffli, Mr. and Mrs. RalphM. pollination, has developed more

Bishop, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Mor- than 300 different varieties of":t: Phone Office 66. Farm 27-2 I:

Clewiston friends of Robert Lado, rison and Miss Barbara Morrison, bougainvillea. Of this number he : v

former Spanish teacher in the local Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mueller, Mr. has saved about 75 plants' and of '_: P. S. One quart of juice from 4 ::

school, will be glad to learn that, and Mrs. M. M. Prewitt, Mr. and the 75, about 15 different colors :

after spending several months In an Mrs. Wm. C. Prewitt, Mr. and Mrs. have commercial value. The colors r f

Orlando sanitarium, he has recovered Harry T. Vaughn, Mr. and Mrs.E. range from purple to red to orange .::: grapefruit! :f.t .

and has returned to his home, C. Mills, R. L. Coker and Lieut. with many different shades. t '' t

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listen it seemed like forbidden "If Don Ramon allowed that. ." fI.

fruit; but, like forbidden fruit, very blurted out Bowie. THE CHEERFUL CHERUB
sweet.It "He was unarmed. And he didn't
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was Henry Bowie, she knew want to get killed."

for certain. None but a madman "But somebody's got to do some Im wet-ry op efficiencv:

would have essayed that song on thing. These scoundrels will gob- And those wKorecommend
the rancho at midnight. He had ble the whole rancho piecemeal."

ridden hard all day to sing late at Carmen sighed. "Discouraging for i b.

night. the poor Spaniards," she said re Fly time worth
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15 tv.
She sat up in bed and thought. signedly. "But the good God will
LT-: )\ Some acknowledgment she must do something for us. We are 'going lot to me. / t

make. She tiptoed stealthily to her too far, senor; let's turn this way No matter How I 1

dresser, found a candle, lighted it, to the valley. Does Guadalupe look i I

HEFT and crept toward her window. All very different, to you from what it spend it.

RANCHO that Bowie saw was a white arm used to?" 4 1\4 C""h! j

slowly extended and a lighted can- At dinner the talk turned on the I Ii

dle set cautiously within the pane. squatter problem already seriously i

The singer no longer bespoke the agitating the owners of the ranchos

favor of the high stars: a greater about the bay region. The scum "'Q.
By FRANK H. SPEARMAN Frank H. Spearman WNU Service light quickened his heartbeats in of camp followers, always ready to

XV-Continued norita. What do you 'want to see that flame of the candle. And as move and emboldened by,Fremont's

CHAPTER-16- about, hm?" he reached the end of a dim strainin invasion, had spread over the land
his song the white arm once like noxious insects, devouring all WNU Service.
whose chamber was closest "It's some information I want, se-
Carmen
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more reached forward and the can- in their path.
awak- I think can'give it to me.
to the living room, was nor. you
dle was put out to signify his dis But Carmen's heart was set on
piercing "If I kin senorita, it's ,.
ened from her sleep by a yourn the merienda for' the of
missal. success
scream; then followed silence. right off." Made Rather Bad GuessIn
which
she was accountable and
,
Throwing on a wrapper, the Senorita "Senor Ben," she began low and" There were surprises at ,Guada-
next morning she had list of
next Senor Bowie a long Dark of the
opened her door and hastenedInto seriously, "I need some help. I know lupe morning. appeared Night
be in
things to done making ready
Monica trem- California about tenor an unbidden guest, for
into
the big room.
you came
breakfast. There was much laughter for the picnic. Bowie was called on Podkins had been walking about
stood looking at a portrait. eleven the moun-
bling, years ago over
and joyous welcome at seeing to such an extent that a more so- all day looking for lodgings
"Monica!" cried Carmen. "WasIt tains from Texas with Senor Bowieis '
him from all except Carmen. She phisticated man might have suspected When darkness came he was still
you who screamed so.? it not so? was becomingly reserved. But she she had sent for him chiefly to i searching. At last he, noticed a!
"Yes, little ones-yes. I' am sorry Pardaloe nodded. 'Bout that help her. The Texan however
could not altogether control the col- en- card in a window.
. Yes, I did scream." long ago", I guess, senorita, what or that heightened in her cheeks so joyed his work hugely and, having "Good evening," he said to the ti

"What on earth is wrong, Monica about it? early."I wrung from 'Don Ramon the privilege woman who appeared at the door',

? Are you ill?" "Now I'll tell you what, I know. just thought I'd drop down and of supplying the wine, madea in answer to his knock. "I'm here;!

The Indian woman was breathinghard. About that time the Indians raidedour see how things were running at trip to Monterey for some imported in reference to the card in your;;
"Senorita," she quaveredIn rancho in the South, Los Ala- vintages and for those delicacies window."

a high-pitched voice pointing to mos. They killed my father; my procurable only along the shipping "Oh, yes! How many might you
the painting, "who is that man?" mother died from shock. My little front. want, sir?"

"That is Senor Bowie. He was sister Terecita and I were carriedoff Carmen was startled next day "Only one. You see, I've had a'

our rancho manager here." by the savages into the moun- When two carretas were unloaded at row with my landlady-"

Monica threw all her little tains. Senor Ben, my sister and I the ranch house. "Certainly," she "But you're not going to pelt her, "'.J

strength into her cracked voice. She were so nearly insane with fright said as she stood with Dona' Maria with it, are you, sir?"

was trembling with emotion and that we could recall nothing of and Bowie, watching the servants "Pelt her with a room?"

again, as she spoke, she pointed. what happened, except I seem to remember carry in supplies, "you Americanos. "Room? I've got no rooms.

"My little Carmen! That is the man something about a fight. id are wonderful.' That card reads 'New-Laid' I

who brought you back to me from Beyond that, all memory leaves me. "But please remember, senorita, Eggs.. i
the Indians." All I know, and this only because I r t I am not an Americano. I am a I 4

"Monica! Dear!" Carmen staredat was told so, is that we were brought Tejano. You said the merienda

her blankly. "Surely you are back to the rancho-where every- would last three days. And there

mistaken-your eyes ." thing had been burned-by a white will be some good eaters among our

The Indian woman calmed down a man. Senor Ben, can you tell me, guests. There won't be much of all aj
do know anything, about that "
you these
little. "No! No! I am not mistake, things left to carry home.
part of the story? It is sometimes more fun to get

en."Remember, Monica," persisted Then the grizzled scout began to ready for a trip than to make the
talk in his'slow and deliberate man- trip. Carmen with her assistants
Carmen, her own senses reeling, ,
ner. He retold the story of how he,
had time for
a capital getting ready
well
once
"you do not see as as you .
did." Bowie and ,the Indian, Simmie, had her picnic. The weather favoredher BABY CHICKS"HICKS'

"I see well enough to know that rescued two, tiny frightened girls ) and the party set out from the
from a fierce Indian band and had rancho in indeed with !'Assortedheaviesblood90
high spirits
face, little one. If I were blind, my ; cripples--
little one, those eyes would stare at left them with a missionary some- the family, the servants and the No culls. 100 postpaId
Send Money Order for
where the Southern California Prompt Shipment.
me. You know, dear one, for yearsI along vaqueros loaded with hampers, and -Lie Delivery Guaranteed
was forbidden to speak of that coast. the two carretas, the string of i BTLAS< CO., 2651 Chouteau,St. Louis,Mo.

terrible day. You were ill for years Carmen pressed him for every detail horses and riders looked like a cav- ,..

afterward, and no one was allowedto and in the end she was prac- alcade. It was led by Senorita Car-

speak even a word of what had tically convinced that Bowie was men, attended this time by Bowie. Creating HappinessA

happened. But I tell you, that is the hero of her greatest childhood ad- As was befitting, they ,were earlyon world full of happiness is not

man who left you with me. I have venture.In' the ground-among the first- beyond human power to create; ...'

seen his eyes a thousand ,times. Oh, somewhat of a daze she "If I kin it's yours right off." and a busy morning went to making the obstacles are not insuperable.The .
thanked 'Pard aloe for all his infor-
where is he, that we may know I all ready and greeting new ar- real obstacles lie in the heart

what happened after you and Tere-' mation and the next morning she Guadalupe," said Bowie to Don Ra- rivals. Following the annual cus- .of man, and the cure for these is

cita were stolen so horribly?" returned to the rancho. mon, laughing, of course. tom, the first dinner late in the day a firm hope, informed and forti-

"Calm yourself, Monica," urged "It was awful .of me to do whatI was a gala affair before settling fied by thought.-Bertrand Russell.
Carmen, shaking like a leaf. "Was Guadalupe did not seem' quite the did, senor," 'confessed, Carmen down, ostensibly at least, to the
same to Carmen when she got home.
the man alone?" when they were' out in the sunshine, work of gathering strawberries.Don .
There little in its to
too
"No, senorita. Two men were was present together after breakfast and she Ramon presided at the first
interest her; too much in its pastto For ONLY 1 OJ Now
with him." think about. And despite her efforts was trying hard to control herself."I table with his Dona and Senoritaas ,

"I don't think you can be right," just thought you'd like a meri- hostesses. Henry Bowie and a ..:...
to herself in around
declared Carmen, breathing swiftly, her, Carmen busy faded in things health' and I enda again. And this year I must few special guests sat with them. 0 'Less than

"He has never spoken of such a be hostess for Guadalupe, and it's The dinner was featured by game
Not until Pedro her
spirits. came to ,
thing. I don't ." to run for several days." provided by Guadalupe vaqueros. ty} rleK gtw
hat in hand, one day in the spring
Monica shook her head wearily."I with brief news did she revive.' "Se- "Isn't it lucky for me I'm here to Bowie complimented the hostess on

know only one thing. Whoever he norita," he said, "Sanchez and I, help-if I may." its variety."I o
is, that is the man." we were over at the valley of the "It was awfully nice of you to was lucky, she confessed to ta'
him in aside. "Sanchez
an broughtin
"Until I am as sure as you are," pines yesterday, lookin' for cattle. protect me at breakfast, senor. It all of it-the venison
practically
said Carmen, "promise me you will Senorita, the strawberries are red." was a perfectly shameful thing for
not say one word to a living soul She was 'sewing in the patio, her me to do-flying,in the face of every- and elk and the quail and pigeons- a dose
in Sanchez is the best
about this. I can find out. It will thought far from her fingers. She thing. No matter! Don Ramon and all two days. 0
hunter the rancho.
take a little time. Until then, not a sprang to her feet. "Muchas gra- Dona Maria don't suspect the'straw- on air. Her I

word, Monica." cias, Pedro, muchas gracias. We berries. Only faithful Sanchez has Carmen was walking emotion on 1 I s
face reflected a hap-
every
"No, my senorita, not a word. But will have some. Saddle my pony." the secret. hour could awaken: low bubbling
find out yourself." Without an hour's d lay-less thanan "Our secret." py
color
laughter; natural deepened by
The almost distracted girl returned hour-spent in a wild gallop into "I didn't' say that. I am going to pleasure and excitement; quips and Good HusbandryBe
her fall her the hills Carmen returned her take Pedro and ride to husband will
to room to on to over inspectthe from a good and you
retorts rolling a ready tongue;
knees. Again and again she recalled room and addressed a note to Senor strawberries. Do you suppose I teeth and eyes that flashed together.And get a penny to spend, a penny to

every word of Monica's. Henry Bowie at'New Helvetia. might find you over that way after a when the wines were served, lend and a penny for a friend.
Again and again she weighed them, "Strawberries are ripe." while?"
her at the tables under the
guests
doubting, fearing, overwhelmedwith And with a strange thrill she "Before you get there." trees with extraordinary fervora II ;
uncertainty and yet succumbing signed it "Carmen." She dispatchedit "You and I got terribly scolded sang the TO
punctuated by
djinking
at times to the strange cer- by Sanchez. He was to take that time I rode out with you earlyin popping of song corks and the clinkingof : 0 1t COLDS

tainty that Monica must be right. horse and deliver it only to' Senor the ,morning. We poor senoritas In fact, Bowie's wines \ Of !Hquieh4 ,
glasses.
Dismay seized her with that con- Bowie; this upon his life. have to be so careful!" she said proved equal to inspiring more than &$,& ;

viction. The stern rule made by, When Bowie took the dainty note demurely. one drinking song. ,And as the din- LIQUID'' I'
Don Ramon, after the breakdown in hand he was surprised. Once "Look for me when you near the progressed the senoritas raised TABLETS I:
6 6 (5
resulting from her terrifying experience -I opened, he could read it at a glance. valley." their glasses with the caballeros to SALVENOSE DROPS I .4

that no word should ever be But what did it imply? Ha thrilledat The Texan was as good as his augment the choruses.In COUCH DROPS

spoken of it in the family would the signature. Certainly Carmen word. When Carmen rode up to the midst of this hilarity and 'I

account for a great deal. But what- could not be engaged to marry the where he had halted, a look passed the final moments of the parting daya WNU-7 1-41

ever the mystery, the key to all of bald Spaniard. If she were she between them that only they under- clatter'of hoofs was heard among ,

it must be in Bowie's hands; the would never write him any sort of a stood. the more distant pines. At least, it Always a Duty

thought left her prostrated.She message, much less one so crypticas The three rode,together. As they was heard by the ears of a fron- The situation that has not its -

felt an impulse to send at this. approached ,the river Carmen pointed. tiersman trained by many surprisesto duty, its ideal, was never yet :'

once for- him, to learn everything; The thrill of the woman who had "Do you see those two. cabins catch unusual sounds.In occupied by man.-Carlyle. ,

but the sequel might be dreadfully sealed it tingled now in ''the veinsof across the Melena?" the fewest possible moments a .

embarrassing. Then the happier the man who read and reread it Bowie looked. "I do see them. horseman, galloping up to the near-

thought occurred that grizzly old over and over. What are they?" est table, threw himself from the

Ben Pardaloe might know some- "Sanchez," exclaimed Bowie sud- "Two uninvited neighbors of ours saddle. The drooping head of the I! '

thing, perhaps everything.The denly, "say only this to Senorita -Americanos, who have settled pony, his. desperate panting, the .
longer she pondered, the more Carmen. Be careful-say it when there." froth that flecked his chest and

she felt sure that to him she must she is alone. Say: I hunger for "But that is on the rancho." dropped from his muzzle, the nervous May Warn of Disordered

turn. Whatever there was of fact in strawberries." "They seem to think our rancho champing at the bit, all told the. Kidney Action .
Monica's story might be learned Sanchez stared. The message was Is theirs. They are what you call of grueling ride. The dismounted
story a Modem life with its hurry and worry
from him. Fired by her shock and the strangest. But the shining gold squatters." rider lifted his hat and Irregular habits, improper eating an uncertainty, unable to sleep that coin laid in }his: hand was quite com- "They should be driven off. Does and drinking-its risk of exposure and infec 4
inquiringly
looked, dismayed tion-throws heavy train on the worfc
night, so distrait next day that Dona prehensible. He repeated his lesson Don Ramon know?" the revelers as if searchingfor of the kidneys.They are apt to become \ '
Maria chided her, yet tortured by until Bowie was satisfied he had it "He has been across there to see among Bowie ,from his over-taxed and fail to filter excess acid
someone. rose and other impurities from the life-giving
her conviction that Monica was straight and dismissed him. "Put them. One of them is your old seat at the table. blood.

right and determined to resolve her up your horse and go get some sup- friend, Captain Blood. He pointed a "Pedro!" he called, raising his You may suffer nagging bacT ache;,
headache, dizziness getting night
doubts, Carmen made an excuse the per. Start tomorrow morning at rifle at Don Ramon and told him to hand. leg pains, swelling-feel constantlytired up
second day to take Pedro and Maria two o'clock. Ride fast or I shall get off his property or he would Bowie!I" exclaimed the ,nervous,all worn out. Other signs
"Senor va- of kidney or bladder disorder are sometimes -
and go to Monterey to waylay the overtake you. Tell Senorita I said shoot him. And said, incidentally, with relief. "Please! Will burning, scanty or too frequent
old stage driver. Asking in Monte- this. But do you understand? Be there were too many greasers in quero urination. 'i
The
with ?
'you speak me vaquero Doan's Pills. Conn's help the
rey at the stage barn, she learned careful no one hears you." this country, anyway." walked rapidly beyond earshot of kidneys Try to pass off harmful excess body
that Pardaloe would be in late in Late that night, long after the Carmen spoke in the calm tone waste.They have had more than half a
Texan hm
the .
the tables following
of public approval. Are recommended
the afternoon. She lunched with her house was quiet, Carmen lay dream most calculated to arouse the angerof "What is it, Pedro?" asked Bov i century by grateful users everywhere
Aunt Ysabel, pleading shopping to ing when she thought she heard a an honest man. ie. "What has happened?" A>k your neighbor
account for her trip, and in good low voice without her window humming Bowie exploded. He swore sav- "Senor Bowie-Sanchez!"

time met the stage. Pardaloe was her Spanish air, "Go Ask the agely in English. "What about him?" DOANS PILLSCARMEN '
overjoyed to see her. She told him High Stars Gleaming." A delicious "I don't understand," said Car- "He has been murdered."

she wanted very much to see him. feeling crept over her as she lay men innocently, though she had a (TO BE CONTINUED)
"I'm alaying over here tonight, se and listened. She scrupled even to I) pretty correct idea erf his language. Ccrmen of Ut. :Bancho-10



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J reception she and Desn Arnaz give a soft topping. to the roast.

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reception was what', might be
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,I elopement startled practically Pieced
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one of those things that are cookedup
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press reception. She announced to settia name of this new quilt. It
reporters that she was allergic to may be pieced or appliqued, but
rabbits, cats, tobacco, horses, feathers is really prettiest pieced as shown.
J JSf. ,and baking powder-she rides a *
horse in her latest picture, "Chad The 12-inch blocks are set allover with
the charming chain-like arrangement. Accurate '
Hanna, so that got the name of the
cutting guide, estimated yardage
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0r life. In this picture Kathryn Grayson prevent its causes.-Sir Samuel
1 a 16-year-old singer, makes her Hoare.
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OUTSTANDING BLADE VALUE
James Roosevelt's "Pot o' Gold' y
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By i finally went before the cameras the Btfrvb.es._ ,
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! C. M. Payne \t ) the director, George Marshall, was
ill; then, when James Stewart could Education Develops
WNU Ben Syndlcat..WNU Service work, Paulette Goddard couldn't. What sculpture is to.a block of
m Finally Roosevelt himself was calledup marble, education is to a human
by the national defense emergency. soul.
Even now, when the picturehas
HE'S BEEN SEARCHING HOW DO YOU finally .got under way, Stewartis
p HOURS FOR HALF& A DOLLAR KNOW IT WAS doing retakes at another studio,
I. :' HALF A DOLLAR? and they have to :shoot around him.

The'other day Henry Fonda i HEADACHE: POWDERS
jumped off a pullman car while clad
0. in pajamas and a dressing gown,
and sat down in a mud puddle, dur-
ing a heavy rain. When he rose he Send la BEE Sample Kohler Mfg.Coy Baltlmon.Hd.
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P y was over, and he was free to go MERCHANTS.You
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Rel.e.ed b The De11 9mdlrete 1ne.1I
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I into a platter of food, been drenchedby
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PICKED ITUP tJ coffee, and pulled some heavy portieres Dollar
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go to the movies. space and circulation in
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Rudy Vallee has emerged as a
I triple threat man on his Thursday paper. It buys space and
program over the NBC red network. circulation plus the favor-
does he and lead the
Not only sing
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verbal sparring with John Barry- readers for this newspaperand
Millar Watt more, who is now a permanent fea- its advertising patrons.
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PAGE EIGHT ". ': .. ,. THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY, JANUARY 3, 1941

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I visit later in the year and "Pop" : Ann Mathis and Gordon Dayton; limits sugar production to less than entitled cause by the, above named

Building, ForContinued = Adams, representing: a well-known Miss Janie Brantley and J.' W. Gran- the amount actually required by the foreclose Plaintiff, a wherein mortgage It Is given sought-by the to

manufacturer of fishing tackle was tham;' Miss Elsie Henrietta Joos State of Florida, the Sugar Corpora- Defendant, Mrs. Elizabeth E. Wiltse,

( From Page One) here making movies of bass fishing and J. G. Allhands; Miss Lucille tion could give employment to to the, to-wit Plaintiff: : on the following property -
Dreadin and Charles Wiandt Miss' thousands of additional workers and
baseball ;
them into comfortable renta for several days. The season "The Northeast Quarter and the
made started well for the local team Eleanor Dewar and R. W. Turk, materially relieve the unemployment North one-half of the southeast

cottages. but ended with the Clewiston entryin Miss Blanche Dyess and C. Edward problem that now exists. quarter of Section Thirty-four
to
The most pretentious addition I (34), Township Forty-eight (48)
brick the Lake-Coast league well downin Sapp and topping it all off New South. Range Thirty-two East. In
a home has been the garage f Year's Eve was the marriage of Hendry County, Florida,
the standings. I Duck & Deer Season
and play room which Is now under and to foreclose a mortgage given by
construction by E. E. Kelly ,ad An astonishing' number of new i Miss Dorothy Hare and James t ti said Thomas A. Green to the Plaintiff -

jacent to his home. Other addition! businesses appeared in the com- W 'nne. i Ended On TuesdayThe Section on the following Six (6),property Township:

and re-modelling have been made munity during the year and includethe And such are the high spots of Forty-eight (48) South. Range
Franklin which 1940 news. There are many other Thirty-two (32) East Hendry
by A. 'W. Lawrence A. H. King Ben Store open- County, Florida.

Carl Johnson, E. E. "Kelly and ed in April, the Thompson Motor items, some of importance_ which hunting season on migratory. This is to require each of you per-
others. Parts Company which opened in I have been overlooked in this hur- waterfowl and on deer came to an sonally to be and appear to the said
ried perusal of the files and others Bill of Complaint at the office of the
Motors
also August, the Hendry County end Tuesday afternoon, December
Prewitt
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Clerk of the Circuit Court of Hendry
built a new home during the year Hydraulic Tractor Sales; the Hub which have been discarded as of 31. The season for other game County Florida at LaBelle Florida
Chevrolet Company; Bishop-Wilson less importance which to some are such quail, squirrels, etc., on or before Monday February 3rd,
but chose a country home instead as turkey, 1911 otherwise the Bill of Complaintwill
of building In 'town. Their place Lumber Company succeeding Royal far more important than any listed will continue until February 1. be taken as confessed, and Plaintiff i

adjoins the Beardsley Farm in the Lumber Co.; the addition of a furniture \ here. Anyway it was a prosperous The season on ducks opened No- allowed IS FURTHER to proceed ORDERED ex "parte.IT that

Hitta area and their beautiful, mod department at Parkinson's, I j year for Clewiston and may 1941I vember 2 and probably more came this Order of Publication be published -
home cost several tnousanc I Peter Christensen's new plumbing I be even more so. I in this season and hunters had better In The Clewiston News a newspaper -
ern l of General circulation In Hen-
dollars. shop and o hers. The Clewiston I luck- than for several years past.While dry County Florida for a period of
Motors also opened a branch Caterpillar those going to the lake were four consecutive weeks immediately
Also in addition to the building Pahokee Experiences proceeding February 3, 1941.
Inside the city limits the Unitec sales and service at Miami. I badly scattered and generally hardto WITNESS my hand and official seal
I ponds at the Court House in LaBelle Hen-
Several severe automobile acci- hunt there were many
States Sugar Corporation has now Serious MigratoryWorker dry County. Florida, this 2nd day of
underway the construction of a dents occurred during the year but ; formed by the fall rains in the ad- January 1941.

storage warehouse near th* outstanding was the record made jacent lands and this pond shootingwas (SEAL)
sugar Rosa Lee Garrett. The ProblemPahokee very popular. Few hunters WILLIAM T. HULL Clerk
Miss
Machine shops which by
Plantation: Circuit Court, Hendry County,
will cost about '$50,000 and have first issue of the News in January I: went out and returned empty-hand- Florida.

completed a new two million carried a story of her narrow escape 'ed during the season. FRED H. MELLOR
just FORT
gallon molasses storage tank at a from death in an accident be- Jan. I-(FNS)-Despite Probably fewer deer were killed Attorney MYERS for FLORIDA Plaintiff.
:: the fact that the Federal gov- past be- Pub. Jan. 3 10, 17 24 31.
cost of 20,000. Started also by the tween Clewiston and LaBelle while than for several seasons and

corporation within the past few riding with her sister-in-law and ernment and plantation operators cause of the extermination of the 4
of Moore Haven. have provided increased housing facilities deer to eradicate the cattle fever \
weeks are four of a group of houses Buford Surrency in the area for mi- have been 'at .:..N. .N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N.N N. :N.N:N:M:N.N.N:N.N:N:N:..:N)
'glades hunters
for sugar house workers which will The last issue tells of her being tick. Paid ? ?

be valued at about $3,500 each. critically injured in a wreck at Ar- I grato'ry workers, the influx this work for the past year or more in y..

Their new construction in the area cadia in which one man was killed season has been larger than 'usual the Big Cypress area Hendry and .i.-... ..

also includes the erection of a new and another critically injured. Further I and many are found today camped I Collier counties and as a result the, .. .nv y
I in "oakie" fashion in homes madeof deer remaining there have been .t.
is that she passed away
the news +
village known as
plantation :: THERE ARE NO DOUBLEJOINTED :::
I
South Shore "Village with thirty without regaining consciousness on scrap metal and packing boxes. very wild and hard to huntA .:. PEOPLE! +

double houses for employees, com- Tuesday of this week.A Heavy rains. the past week flood- I few hunters ventured out dur- y

missary, recreation hall and other remarkable finding is that during I ed truck fields and cut off work ing the last few days of the seasonto *:* "Double Jointed" people have *t*

buildings. The cost of this village the year not one single death for thousands who have been for-!. the hunting grounds in the &:::. merely loose and stretched .{.

has not been disclosed. from natural causes was recordedin tunate enough to find employment. south but report that the heavy *:* ligaments. Double joints mean *t*
While the rains will cause no rains of last week-end made it difficult ..
And so Clewiston ends another the News files. However the { two joints, of which there +{
big construction year. There appears death of a former resident and 'of- serious damage to the crops of cel- to enter the woods far enoughto X:: are, of course, no cases. 1- x::

to be no let-up in the pace ficial of the Southern Sugar Company ery, beans, lettuce, tomatoes and : have much luck. .{. "Popular Fallacies"-A. S.E.. +{

and the demand for houses is still P.. G. Bishop at a Miami hos- cabbage, it prevents work in the *:.*, Ackermann-Third Edition. :.1.::

greater than the supply. So : pital, brought sorrow to many workers fields and huddled leaves in thousands their shacks of Is Your Subscription Paid .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.
another big construction year may friends ,in Clewiston and other
their loss of employ- t
and
be expected in 1941. deaths elsewhere of former resi- mourning I

dents or relatives of present resi- ment. LEGAL NOTICES
General of Florida's pros-
dents were recorded. reports
ManyHappenings perity and the construction of huge
The freeze in January was the army camps in the state have
Good FarmLand
outstanding weather news of the caused migratory workers to flock NOTICE OF MEETING I I
(Continued rom page 1)
Clewiston's lowest temperature -
;year. here in unprecedented numbers
entire country by band leaders. I was 26 degrees but other areas south. Roads 'The annual meeting of the member r
from all over the Federal Savings and
The most famous visitor of the anda of the Clewiston
had a much lower temperature have been choked with them for Loan Association will be held in Its
year here was Republican candidate great deal of cane was damaged.The of Camp offices on Wednesday afternoon, Jan-
in the neighborhood
'!or President Wendell L. Willkie weeks uary 15, 1941, at five o'clock..
only important robbery of where the problem has Signed
Blanding,
on December 29, last Sunday, but W. C. OWEN
"Mrs. Roosevelt was a visitor to one the year was the theft of the stockof become acute. Many finding no Secretary.Pub. for Rent

of the sugar company's plantation narcotics, the store safe and a work there have journeyed on south ., Jan. 3, 10. 1941.
quantity of watches and compacts seeking employment in the agricultural -
villages ,at Canal Point and has
from Alston's drug store two weeks areas, but here too there is
since expressed herself publicly as I I
"b'elng favorably impressed with thecorporation's ago. little chance of their securing it as ORDER OF PUBLICATIONIN .
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the all jobs have been taken for weeks. THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND
housing of its em- Cupid was busy during' year
for FOR HENDRY COUNTY, FLOR- .
project j
Federal
The housing :
ployees. Columnist Ernie Pyle also and the following marriages are IDA; IN CHANCERY.
'Spent several days here and men- recorded: Miss Sara Jo Crews and migratory workers while offering THE FLORIDA LAND: AND TIMBERCOMPANY

tioned Clewiston a number of times Willis (Joe) Cato; Miss Josephine clean, comfortable accommodations, a corporation PLAINT II"F. TrespassersWill

later in his daily column. Robinson and G. G. Cason, jr.; Miss. is able to take. care of only a small VS.HERMA.
of the workers who CLARK, ET ALS
In the line of sports the first Virginia Gallant and Jay W. Moran; percentage N. DEFENDANTS.THE Be

bowling league was organized in Miss Alma Anglin and M. C. (Boe) flock here each season. STATE OF FLORIDA, to.

the early months of the year with Lolley; Miss Neftie Pearl Nelson and The envy of. all are the employeesof widow MRS. whose ELIZABETH address E.and WILTSE place, cf a I ProsecutedClewiston

seven teams from Clewiston and Carlisle Surrency; Mrs. Lucy Rice the United States Sugar Corporation residence is. 171 Evergreen Avenue

one from Moore Haven. The Moore and O. A. Clarke; Miss Anne Hud- thousands of whom are hous- Elmhurst, Illinois: and to his wife,
THOMAS A. GREEN and .
Haven team won the first tourna- son and John Dennis Gann; Mrs. ed in clean comfortable homes in :MRS. THOMAS A. GREEN; whose oth- ...

ment which closed with a banquet I Elizabeth Shult and John A. Stone; neat attractive communities where' er and further name or names are unknown '-i
said Thomas A. Greenbe
if the
at the Inn. Another tournament Mrs.. Emma Ezell and Joe H. Peep- good schools are provided and rec- married; and if the said ThomasA.

with eight local teams was under- I les, jr.; Miss Madeline Bell and reational facilities are available as Green be dead to all persons claim-

way as the year ended. Father W. N. Martin; Miss Adrienne Schuler well as other advantages.. 'Follow lands ing any in Hendry interest County In the, Florida following to-

Tlynn's cup to the most valuable and Donald Plank; Miss Ada ing a recent survey, the .Department wit: And
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of Labor termed workers on the Section Six (6), Township Forty- Realty
football player of the 1939 season Pearl: Brantley and Clyde W. Step- eight (48) South; Range Thirty-
went to Munselle Stone. Richard hens; Miss Helen Gibbs and J. J. plantations _of the Sugar Corpora- two (32) East .

Turk won 4-2 over Emmett Shelleyin Williams; Miss Lola Gray Moore tion as "preferred" with more ad- as otherwise the heirs, under, devisees the said'grantees Thomas, A.or DevelopmentCorporation

the finals of the Everglades and P. R. Daniel, Mrs. Cora Mae vantages and. better working con- Green, whose names and places cf

Match Play golf tourney on April Brantley Jackson and Louis Weth- ditions than enjoyed by any other residence are unknown, the last
of the said
of residence
known place
'22; Tony Acetta, world-famous bait ington; Miss Eloise Marsh and R. class of agricultural employees. Thomas A. Green being Washington,

caster, was here in January to fish E. Harris; Miss Mae Lilly Stone and Were it not for the acreage re- D. C.You.' J
and each of you are hereby .
It for bass in the lake waters adjacentto Clayton Waters; Miss Madeline structions and quota requirementsof notified that a Bill of Complaint has -, ...
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Clewiston and made another I Haven and Eugene Cornette; Miss the Federal government, which been filed against you in the above I

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