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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 10, 1941
Publication Date: 1928-
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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VOLUME 15 NUMBER 5 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 10, 1941 SUBSCRIPTION-$2.00 PER YEAR j

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SCHOOL TO OFFER Tony Acetta Here For ALL OFFICERS OF Dr. Higgins LeavesTo ETHERTON & WARD


Several Days FishingTony Practice In StuartDr.

'i i COURSES TO HELP BANK RE-ELECTED NEW LOCAL MEMBERSOF

Acetta, world-famous bait John P. Higgins, who for the

IN U. S. DEFENSE casting expert and travelling rep- FOR NEW YEARAt : past two and a, half years has been COUNTY BOARDS
resentative for the ShakespeareBait associated with Dr. O. F. Schiffli
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and Tackle Company of Cleve- in the Clewiston Emergency Hos-

Young men of this community : land, Ohio, was here for five days: a meeting of the ,stockholdersof pital and in general practice here, On Tuesday of this
last week enjoying the black bass concluded his affairs here this week, four
and the; surrounding area who wish ; the First Bank of Clewiston new county
commissioners
fishing in Lake Okeechobee. He morning and will leave at once for two
to secure free, instruction in carpentry Thursday night of last week, of- school board members
and his two companions, Bud .Kel- ficers Stuart where he will be locatedin a new
automobile mechanics and reported a thirty per cent sheriff, a new ,
possibly other trades are requestedto ley of Snyder, N. Y., and Earl W. increase in business for 1940 over the future.Dr. new county superintendent county judge and a

meet with Joel Keen, vocational Moore of Oelivein, Iowa, had un- the 1939'previous record and told Higgins states that he will office in Hendry County, two'of took

agriculture instructor in the Clew- usually good luck on every trip. that the outlook for :1941 was for enter private practice in Stuart and these officers being from
Clewiston
Mr. Acetta has made several still better business. will be on the staff of the Martin ,
iston school, in the school auditorium a Deposits G. E. Etherton as the new
on Monday night at 8:00. previous visits to Clewiston and were greatly increased during the County Hospital. The new loca- missioner from this district com-andA.
has termed the lake fishing as the and the number of loan tion, he says, will give him ample
The only qualification is that the year accommodations O. Ward as. the new school board
men be between the ages of seven- best bass fishing in the country. was far greater than time during the summer months to member.

teen and twenty-five. The federal This time he brought a movie ever before in the history of the continue his. medical studies and he Etherton succeeds Dave Alstonas
camera and made several reels of bank.A plans to take out two months 'each
the cost of board
government is paying member from district No.
movies their out from
during trips
the course which is to start about ten per cent dividend was declared year for post-graduate work."I 1, Alston not being a candidate for
Clewiston. One day their string
January 15. Married men are during the year. sincerely regret leaving Clew: re-election. A. O. Ward succeeds
had eleven bass, none of which
eligible and Mr. Keen states that weighed less than five pounds and The stockholders re-elected C. iston," Dr. Higgins stated, "for I Charles E. Miner as school board

classes will be arranged to suit the strings of this kind were broughtin V. Parkinson, J. S. Cottrell, R. E. have learned to be very fond of the member Miner making an unsuc-

needs of the individual, but itii almost every day. The bass Kurtz, C. L. Downs as directorsfor community and the people in it. I cessful race for Clerk of the Cir '
that those wishing. shall always be interested in Clew- cuit Court
important
very were kept in a livebox' and after 1941 and at a meeting of the
the instruction should be at the being photographed were released. directors later all of 'the present iston, particularly its growth Due to the illness of Mr. Ward

organization meeting. The largest bass caught by the party officers were re-elected for 1941as whether by day or by night." who has been confined to his bed

Charles Bolton will instruct the weighed eight and three-quarters follows: C. 'V. Parkinson, presiden't It has not yet been learned for several days, the new school

classes in auto mechanics at the pounds. ; J. S. Cottrell, vice president; whether a new doctor has been board has not yet met for its or-

Hendry County Motors shop using E. L. Stewart, cashier; Miss Frances chosen to take Dr. Higgins' place ganization meeting but all of the

...,,H. the tools of that shop with another Two More Named ForYear's Morgan, assistant cashier and Miss here. new county commissioners were
,:, .. $150 worth of tools supplied by Beth Nall, teller and bookkeeper.In present Tuesday for the first meet-

the government. Between $450 commenting on the past, year's Swedish Professor ing and named J, Olien Davidson,

;:., and $500 will be expended for 'tools. I Army Training business Mr. Stewart stated that commissioner from district 2,- La-

r The government is sponsoring the business was nut only better Xmas Visitor Here Belle, as chairman for the two-
'j I term.
these courses in an effort to train Boris Matusiak of LaBelle and but that the bank personnel had year
The
more men in carpentry, machine been busier than ever before. "Dur- new members of the county
Gaines Marion Ricks of Clewistonwill
Dr.
and Mrs. Ewart Aberg, of board aside from Mr.
< work and other trades so badly ing eighteen years as cashier of the Etherton and
leave this week-end for Camp
Uppsala Sweden
University
were Mr. Davidson (who
J : needed in the defense program. Blanding to their bank I have never had to work as succeeds Her
begin year's army interesting visitors in Clewiston bert O'Bannon
When classes are finished the machinery draining to fill the January quota hard as, during the past year," Mr. during the holidays. They are Poole of District) are 3 who George L..
succeeds
Stewart said.Growth .
tools and furn-
1 equipment for whites from Hendry county. cousins of G. C. Gustafson, one of Blitz Wegman and Jim
i Maddox of
ished will become the of
property Two negroes will be called to report the employees of the commissary No., 5 who
succeeds E.
JB.
Hull. The
the school agriculture department."The on. Thursday, 23rd, but these of Clewiston department of the United States hold-over ,;member is Frank Mc-

courses will be of great have not as yet been named by the Sugar Corporation whom they visit- i 'Clell lian',' 'of Fort Denaud. The"

help to any young man wishing- to local draft board Indicated, By IncreaseIn ed. other new school board member is

learn any of these trades," said Mr. Robert Wilbur Jones was first Dr. Aberg, who with his wife M. O.:' Allen }from district 2' who

Keen;' "and the time allotted will selected as one of those to go into Postal ReceiptsThe spent the Christmas vacation in Miami succeeds Mrs.' Homer Taylor. ,Dillon -

., give an opportunity, to 'learn the training but as he had moved to is spending this year as a Hall is the hold-over member.

fundamentals of the trades. This Mulberry since registering and _had professor in Iowa State Universityin Also taking office Tuesday' were

\ training is especially valuable to been transferred there the first steady growth of Clewistonis Ames, Iowa, under a sort of fellowship Dr. C. :E. Weaver as County Su-
young men of, this area where the reflected in the report of post- .
perintendent'succe
alternate was picked in his place. sponsored by the Scandina ding S: A.
sugar corporation is looking for Taking his place as 'an' alternate office receipts for 1940 as compared vian-American Foundation. The Graves, Bill Maddox as ,Sheriff succeeding -

men with this kind of training." was Walter Lee Brantley of Clewis- 'with 1939 which was submitted Abergs came to America in Sop- .\H. L. Delaney and R. M.

The courses' are sponsored. by theFederal ton. The other alternate was Sidney this: week by Postmaster Alonzo W. tember' and, unless war conditions Harris as County Judge succeed-
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Security .Agency of the! U. Calip Maddox of Felda and Sias. force change. in The plans, will ing Bill 'Maddox.-.J. .

,' '- .: Of rIce of Education ,iir..W/'.:llg- tp'ese. ,alternates.,:'will'. )rVuauTy be :This gain, :Mr. '.Sfcvs- points out, 'remain here ftntil October of this H.oH.. McCall, deputy sheriff for

tm and is carried, on through the the next ones called. y is not 'so great, as in past- years, year. Their trip.:'from S-'vvedeii'was a 'nutnber''of '"ytffr: r under -Sheriff}'";"

Florida Vocational Education De- All those called so far have been jut' attributes this to' the short through: Siberia and Japan, across Delaney leaving- that position dur-'

partment in this state. volunteers and Maddox is the first sugar season caused' by the Janu- the Pacific to Seattle, Washington, ing the primary last year, will again -

of the regular draft list to be call- ary freeze and the fact that thereis and was made by private automobile serve as deputy to Sheriff Bill

U. S. Engineers To ed. His order number was No. 1. any gain at all, 'considering the' ,. bus train, airplane, and steamer. -' Maddox. He will also serve as

S 'S .:"", Brantley's order number is 80. freeze, is a good indication of the I The journey took five week.3.: jailer. .

Help In Airport WorkA. One white and one colored volunteer community's steady growth. Dr. and Mrs. Aberg drove up Circuit Court Clerk W. T. Hull;:

are already in training from The entire postal receipts on from Miami to visit their cousin Tax' Collector R. N. Miller, Tax Ass

Hendry; county and a total of 59, which the office is rated showed and to see the Everglades section. sessor Dennis Small were all successful '

R. Broadfoot, assistant in about equally divided between white about $500 better for 1940 than They were escorted through the in holding their positionsfor

... charge of the Clewiston sub-office and colored, will be taken duringthe for 1939 the figures 'being: 1939- sugar-house and on a trip to the another four years and 'County
: of U. S. Engineers made a trip this present year ending June 30. 5511,077.40 and 19401157017.- fields of cane and' farm producein Attorney H. A. Rider had no oppo

,. week to Melbourne, Vero Beach i Dr. O. F. Schiffli, 'local physician Box rent receipts increased '$72 the section. Mr. Gustafson returned sition.

and Fort Myers in connection with : was this week appointed to from '$600.55 in 1939 to $672.15 to Miami and spent several The ,school board hopes to meet

'.' a part of the engineering work on serve as associate examining phy-I I in 1940. days with them before they returned and organize the latter part of this

Civil Aeronautics Authority air- sician to assist Dr. C. ,E. Weaver The Clewiston post-office becamea to Iowa.Colonels. week as soon as Mr. Ward has sufficiently -
.- :, ports which are being built in those of LaBelle. recovered from his illness
second-class office the first of .
., cities. to attend the meeting. ....
Maj. T. Byrd Sparkman, liason July in 1939 and during 1940 Attend Gov. .
Carawan Nelson, manager of the officer from the state Selective moved into a new and larger office t

< local sub-office, said this week that Service office in St. Augustine was building. Holland's Inauguration Handicap ..GolfTourney '
it had not been made' ,
yet quite
.0"",. here Wednesday morning: to con- -
clear just how much of the workwe'lid fer with local board members and Dewey Ward Is StartedBy
a \ be done by the
army en- workers relative to the administration .
C. E. Miner and J. E. Beardsley
gineers but that a CAA representative of the selective service act in ( Bob Bair, Pro)
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'New
Governor
County AgentThe named by Spessard
> would be in the district of- this county.: Unfortunately two of Holland Lieutenant- Qualifying rounds for the Handi-

:: ,. fice sometime this week to give the board members were out of as honorary cap Match Play Tournament got .
.; Colonels on his staff, attended the 1
;
"1 .;.. details. the county but after looking over underway: at the Clewiston Golf -
board of county commissioners inauguration of the new governorin
.' j- Funds are limited for this work the records in the office and con- and Course this week in the first event
Tuesday approved the appo l.t- Tallahassee Tuesday were
:.r and most of the construction work fering with Chairman E. E; Kelly on scheduled for the 1941 season.
ment of Dewey Ward as county given seats' the speaker's plat-
is being done by WPA. Consequently and Miss Betty Spicer, clerk, he the Eighteen hole scores are all thatis
agent for Hendry county. Ward form with the Governor during
r as much will have to be accomplished was most complimentary in his remarks than 400 needed for qualifying. One week.
t" has had considerable experience in ceremonies with more
sS as possible at as little concerning the conduct of will be allowed for play-off.
.the work and comes well recom- other friends who were so honored.
cost. The engineers are now mak- the office and the keeping of the On Saturday, January 25th, qual-
mended by A. P. Spencer of the said that was rainy
ing an effort to secure all infor- records. They Tuesday ifying scores in the ,Annual Ever-
mation which has already been state department of agriculture at and cold, the sun shining only a glades Match Play Championship
Gainesville. The board budgeted couple of hours in the afternoonbut tournament will be accepted. Qual-
prepared by local interests o'n these
airports and after some checkingis Sugar Corporation Has $1,200 for the fiscal year as the this failed to dampen the en- ifying will end Sunday, February2nd.
county's share of his salary. thusiasm of the tremendous crowd .
done this information will be
brought in to the office here, ten- New Photostat MachineThe Ward was "a former county agentin which gathered to welcome the The Handicap Match Play .Tourn- -

S tative plans and rough specifica- Liberty County and' 'has more new Governor. :After the inauguration ament will be played under full

tions drafted before being submit- United States Sugar Corporation recently been connected with the the Clewiston men attended handicap as the name implies. .

ted to the district office in Jack- during the holidays- installed state office of the AAA. He is ex- open house at the Governor's man- The first eight low qualifierswill

sonville where, the work will be new photostat equipment of the pected to arrive In LaBelle Saturdayand sion in the afternoon n, went through form the first flight. The

-. completed and contracts awarded. most modern type for the makingof begin active work on Mondayof the receiving line at the receptionat second eight will form the second

.,, ,' The engineers will inspect the prints of any written or printed next week. the. Capitol and attended the flight, etc. No plans have been
: article has been without inaugural ball later that night, i definitely made beyond March 1st,
-:- finished paving of runways and map, etc. The instrumentis Hendry a county -
have charge of the more detailed the largest size made and is ; agent since the resignation of returning home Wednesday. as it Is hoped that the old intercity -

construction work. now in use in the special photostatroom Grover C. Hodge became effectivelast Others attending from the Lake ; meets with Fort Myers and

provided in the south wing of March 1. The new quarters section included L. L. Stuckey of possibly another town may be rr-

.. : RET.STIDVATIT TO PREACH the garage and service building of will be on the third floor of the Pahokee, and Arthur Wells, John vived. Negotiations are underway

.'! \ the new sugar offices. courthouse and equipment such as Harris and Herbert Beck of Belle for these meets but plans are not
HERE ON SUNDAY MORNING
,'!-i; : Two sizes of boards are provided desk, stoves, file cabinets and other Glade. complete.

". : upon which to lay the subject for racks are being moved upstairsthis Governor Holland, in his inau- It is also planned to have one
Rev. Clifford Stewart, who has I "
the reproduction, the larger size being week from the commissionersroom gural address, listed among the day, events every Sunday.
of
charge "Community' House"in for maps and tracings and the where the office was locatedin essential needs of the state, the The course Is In very good shape

Gary, Ind., and who is'spendinga' smaller for documents, letters, book the past. Mrs. H. H. McCall. establishment of Everglades National with all greens seeded to winter
few weeks at
Avon Park, has
ac- pages and other subjects. Along who served as clerk under Hod?'?, Park and a little later, when Rye grass and all roughs burned "-
cepted an invitation to occupy the either side of this board are large will remain_ on the 'force. listing the secondary items, sur- over. The fairways are dry and

pulpit at the Community Church 450 watt Cooper-Hewitt mercury Last Saturday the county AAA prised listeners from the 'gladesby hard, giving a good roll to tee and
on Sunday morning and 'be
may a have
shots. All
candidate for the vapor lamps for lighting and the 'committee reorganized for the 1941 saying that a refunding program long fairway traps
position of pastor weeded and dry and soft,
been are
(Continued Drainage Indebtedness -
of the local church. on page 8) program with John Burnett as from Everglades
chairman, Earl Murray and Earl was essential to the welfareof lurking for any ball that goes
Rev. W. M. Johnson of Lake Alfred .
Gov- astray.All
Royer making up the three rne-n- the entire state. Most past
J.,", a member of the Presbytery which was enjoyed by a nice crowd. bers. Alternates are Neely Davisof !' ernors have taken little Interest in greens will soon be very

Committee who is. assisting the local Special music by the, 'choir Is be- Felda and G. B. McDuffie of the problems of the Everglades and much improved due to the additionof

r" pulpit committee in securing 'a ing planned for the Sunday: morning Clewiston. They will cooperate with none of them to the extent of in- another pumping system givinga
:pastor here, preached a splendid ad- 100 percent increase: In water,
S service and everyone is cordially Ward in county agricultural service cluding them in an Inaugural
eermon here last Sunday morningI invited to attend. I : dress. (Continued on Pare 8)I

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I MULE'S eyes are set well
back, that he may see be-
I The United States Navy is now hind him; a man's are set toward -

165 years old. When the current i:, I : .. the top of his head, that
defense program achieves its goal he may look above him.-

: the [1. S. Navy will be more powerful Phelps. ,

/ than any navy, or combination Washington, D. C. There's only one kind of poverty,
New York HeartbeatThe of navies, afloat! ARGENTINE AAA and heart.-Alexander that's to' have Irvine.no love in the

BIg Parade: Addie Amour, U. S. Argentina, that country of open There
MusicCo. The "mother" of the Navy are occasions when it
who once owned the Crescent spaces, bumper crops and heavy exports -
now an NBC page boy The. was the "Hannah" (right), a Massachusetts is on the verge of doing a is undoubtedly better to incur
Rafael Trupillos (he's the ex-Mr. Big schooner owned by Capt. Henry Wallace. Never before have loss tus. than to :make- gain.-Plau-

of the Dominican Republic), who John Glover, commissioned as a the Argentines admitted that there
have leased a 17-room and 7-bath man-o'-war in 1775. The schooner was any system better than grow- Of all those arts in which the wise

apt. at 770 Park. Jinx Falkenberg] scored the first naval.victory.in the ing all ,the wheat you could get out writing excel nature's well.-Duke chief of masterpiece Buckingham.is
the Jolson show gal, with this and history of ,the American navy by of the soil and all the flax and all
; The
miser is as much in wantof
that escort, although rumor has her .. ,. the barley.
capturing a British ship off Beverly .. what he has as what he has
,
secretly sealed to an ad exec. They have long been the greatest
Mass. 5 1775.
on Sept. not.-Publilius Syrus.
Frederic Marsh putting ketsup in grain exporting country in the
his vegetable zoop at the Mayar-a world, and they have become so by
old-fashioned 2nd Avenue custom sowing wide and
good reaping heavy,
,
:': : :2.;:: <<<;:O".J.' <$ : -?-I'7'-' *
Webster Porter, the for- filling outbound vessels to the Uncle Pklb
mer West Pointer (now owner of,the hatches with grain.
Green Bay Tree on the East Side), \ / .__+__ (i" / 4 5 But now the outbound vessels are
throwing out an "escort service" Is v i few, and the grain is backing up -
whoops for heiling Hitler at the bar. \ 4 q---* and flowing over the fields where Szy5:
still another crop is ripening. Offi-
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Sallies in Our Alley: Humphrey \ t .... / cial estimates indicate that a year
Bogart went to a vaudeville theaterto 4' ... hence Argentina will have a wheat Safe to EulogizeHow
see Benny Davis' act. Davis has surplus of 200,000,000 bushels. valuable a man's services
written oodles of song hits. In the So the Argentine government is have been is told without reserve
middle of the act (after the mannerof doing the unheard of; actually is .in his obituary. He will not then
all songsmiths) Benny ran his considering acreage control for next think he ought 'to be better rewarded -

fingers over the piano keys and 'x\ 'lm m&y rt& year's crop. The grain board has for them.
said: "And then I wrote 'Margie'!" >../.. \f-' .!_*>.js \>\ fy'1jz, /'?". .- been given authority to cut the plant- '"Joy cometh in the morning."

"Yeh," responded a heckler, 'L '' ings of wheat, flaxseed, and barley, But not if you've been out joyrid-
'Til bet she didn't answer!" by 10 per cent, in an AAA for Ar- ing the night before.

Overheard at Forty-fifth street: _._.....nn".nnnn.n_ gentina. We don't put off so much "till
"He looks like the three stooges" S *

"Which one?" "All of GREAT WHITE FLEET The world sat up and took notice of NEW BRITISH AMBASSADOR tomorrow." We put it off forever.
His Nature Is Prodigal
'em!" the growing power of the U. S. Navy when Theodore Roosevelt sent the Appointment of the distinguished
When the prodigal comes back,
White Fleet around the world in 1907. units Viscount Halifax as British ambas-
Great Above are five of I.
New York Novelette: He is a law- sador to the United States was be glad to see him. But don't expect -
yer He accepted a $10,000 fee the White Squadron. greeted with mixed feelings in offi- too much from him.

from three indicted men He cial Washington. One secret of success is. alwaysto
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took the 10 G's and flew to Florida, .1 Those accustomed to the refresh- find the grin in grind.

where he ran the coin up to $45,000at ing candor of Lord Lothian and the It's better to give than to re-
the dice tables He never tremendous success he had achievedin ceive-and easier to remember.
showed up for their trial They winning American popularity,
were sentenced to terms of'10 years a7 greeted .Halifax's appointment withno Unwanted MeddlingAdvice
That was 10 years ago. They great enthusiasm. But to the is advice when it is asked
will be out in a few days hoity-toity of Washington society, always for. When unasked for, it is gen-
Good-by, toots! a bit shocked at the way Lord erally meddling.Sin .
-- Lothian permitted his dogs to lie in may be ugly, but it understands -

Sounds in the Night: In the Stork .. the middle of the living-room floor, the art of beauty culture.A .

club:' "He's rusting on his laurels" < . Halifax will be a great relief.In man's "reasons" frequently
:
On Spivy's Roof: "She's the .. d fact, Washington society already sound like excuses.
only gal I ever took out that gave S ?S M 'V 4 is looking forward to the new
me the impression a meter: was tick, ; ; : Halifax era, when senators and

ing" In the Copacabana: "I'd S .. lowly congressmen no longer will be I 'There Shall Be Wings'
rather be a fool about you than a the vogue at embassy dinner tables,
wise guy about anyone else" as they were under Lothian; and
At Bertolotti's: '"She used to inspire 5 ... S S :r. when the ambassador no longer will -When Leonardo da Vinci, stand-
poetry. Now she ,inspires limer- 5 pick up Rhodes scholars from Wash- ing at the edge of the precipice on

icks" At the FortyeighthStreet S T ,. ington street corners and bring themto Mount Albano, saw the flying ma-
tavern: "When he gets mad 4' dinner without benefit of stiff shirt chine of his designing crash in
-' bosom the valley below, he -cried to thewinds
back. .
-he looks daggers at your vFrom
At the Vanguard: : '.'He's one now on, Washington can be so one'ofhis biographersstates '

of those guys who talks you deaf, Yarn-Spinner, Ancient. "Shot"of Yarn-Spinner, Modern Be- sure that all embassy dinner. lists :
dumb and blah" In the Astor an old salt spinning his salty neath the wing of one of the ship's will be guarded by that superguardian "There shall be wings. If the
Hunting room: "He's snappy on the of social prestige, Miss Irene accomplishment be not for me,
to shipmates aboard the old fighting planes, the boys lend will-
comeback-like his checks." yarn Boyle, long the czarina of the British 'tis for some other. It shall be
V. S. S. Richmond. In this respect ing ears to the tall tales of a ship- S embassy. So all will be peace- done. The spirit cannot lie; and

the Navy has not changed much mate aboard the ultra-modern V. ful again.: man, who shall know all and who
New York Scene during the decades. S. S. Saratoga. However, Viscount Halifax will shall have wings, shall indeed be
The pink blush in the sky after it bring a world of experience to his as a god."
sheds the raiment of day and, for new job. He has been undersecre- Three before Columbus'
just a few minutes, stands naked be- tary for the colonies, minister of years '0./
discovery of America, da Vinci
fore slipping under the cover of 5 7' : war, minister of agriculture, presi- wrote in his notebook: "If the
The expressions of worriment education lord
night dent of the board of eagle.can sustain himself in the
etched on the upturned facesof > leader of the house of
seal
,4/A // / /5 / S privy rarest atmosphere, if great shipscan
the Times square electricker-tape- lords and president of the council.By .
float across the waves, why
bulletin-readers Mosaic of Anxi- all odds his toughest job, and
I cannot likewise man, by means of
that in which he probably achieved
ety.The wings make himself
powerful ,
pall on the mall in Central most success, was as viceroy of In-
lord of the winds and rise con-
park 4hese nights, as empty as a dia at one of the periods when India "
of ?
false lover's promise The Plaza was striving desperately for home queror space
hotel on Fifty-eighth street and Fifth, rule. Halifax conducted a long series The question was answered, the
which was a beautiful belle when of negotiations with Mahatma prophecy was fulfilled in the New
the other lovelies of today were still Gandhi, in the course of which the World to which the ships of Tos-
in their pigtails-now- wearing its Indian leader sometimes would stopat canelli's other pupil led the way.Nrvous ,
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age with the grace and dignity of a the climax of an important discus-
true aristocrat The pigeons : : sion and go off to commune with
perched on the library lions-a snap his soul.

for any candid cameraddict. A4V; 5< SSS 5, So Viscount Halifax, who also hap- Restless

/ ; pens to be one of the most devoutly
,, i 5 45$4s1; 5 1 in England, but who
The. Horst Wessel atmosphere in religious men V
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Yorkville, malice in Bunderland ; k ic : does not ordinarily mix religion with Glrls, 'Cranky Can't sleep? Restless? Tire?

The rivet rs, stitching together government discussions, adopted the I easily? Because of
the looming framework of the ,same tactics. Whenever he faced a distress of monthly
,new Woolworth. building on the site difficult crisis in the negotiations, he functional disturbances? Then try
E. Plnkham's Vegetable Com
of the once glamorous Casa Manana excused himself for prayer.In pound.Lydia

Gay street'in the Village, .N. the end Halifax got a large partof Pinkham's Compound Is famousfor
Y.'s smallest street, yet it is impossible I what he wanted from Gandhi. relieving pain of Irregular periods
to see from one end of it GROWN UP And here is a view of a few of the mighty floating[ and nervous, cranky spells due to
the modern United States line of defense. disturbances. One of the most
to the other The Greek evangelist f fortresses of Navy-our first U. S. WINE TRADE such
effective medicines can buy today -
clothed with biblical quota- II Look back at the picture of the tiny "Hannah" and make comparisons. The combination of the war and for this purpose you-made especially r

tions, trying to save the souls of the holiday season is bringing the : for women.WORTH TRYING 1

the Broadway heels The slim- best business to domestic wines
ming lovelies on horseback in the F since World War I.
park, drinking deep draughts of All of the six important wine ex
fresh air and hoping for a male porting countries are affected by the MERCHANTS.Your
chaser. war. France, Algeria, Italy and
Germany are shut off from interna

The stew in the Stork club who I tional trade, while Spain and Portu-

goes up to a celebrity and says: gal have difficult transportation .
"I beg ya pardon, but it's the privi- problems.In .
lege of a drunk like me to bother fact, there are no foreign sup-
people like you" Those noise- plies of champagne in sight, and the Advertising
less phone booths in the Sixth avenue department of commerce estimatedthat i

subway extension. People on the *& .MMfUiaKiitS J *mi f' _*M. j;._ *J -- i X I x'** n 8 ej:*"* s- f-'ii-j.v *i;_ the stocks on hand a month DOIIaZL'S
inside look like a movie with the 4: t_ ago ((275,000 gallons) would be heavily -
sound track gone wrong. The drained by holiday consumptionand buys something more than
would-be Izaak Waltons taking lesSOnS '2S exhausted within the next few space and circulation in (

: in fly casting on the roof of :: months. the columns of this news- ,
the Anglers Roost, haven for fisher- L: -4 .5 Result is that the United States :
men, on East Forty-third street. domestic wine industry is enjoyinga paper. It buys space and
boom demand. We are even exporting circulation plus the favor-

Typical N. Y. greetings on B'way wine. able consideration of our '\
In the month of October, exportsof
and Fiftieth. One fellow says: "What
goes on?" the other asks: "What's U. S. wines were 204,000 gallons, readers for this newspaper

coming off?" '. The Hotel Astor or more than twice as much as had and its advertising patrons.
lobby, where every John meets his been exported in any entire year

Jane The drugstore cowbores WINGS OF TIlE NAVY From the deck of the aircraft carrier, since repeal of the Eighteenth
amendment. Odd angle is that mostof
r soda LET US
in the TELL YOU
spots The Bastile-
like Tombs at Centre street with its "Ranger," we see the U. S. S. Saratoga and the U. S. S. Lexington, each our wine is going to a market

ragged line of cells-pillories of so- with their coves of fighting planes on flight deck, gliding majestically normally enjoyed by France, name- MORE ABOUT IT
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By HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST. D. D. >"
Dean of The Moody Bible Institute
of That's Just It A Boomerang \.
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Nick-I don't see why dislike '
you Fibber-I always consider truth '
ttt Billy so much. He has done as el 'stic. '

Lesson for January 12 many good things. Seezal-Yes, but if you ar 'n't
Gill-Yes, and I'm one of them. careful it is likely to fly back and

Lessors subjects and Scripture texts selected hit you.
"and copyrighted by InternationalCouncil Courtship is a man pursuing a
of Religious Education; used by woman until she catches him.
permission. A Change

CHRIST'S VALUATION OF In Brief Patient-Doctor, can you cure
PERSONALITYLESSON 'Horace-Our new boss is a man me of snoring? I snore so loud

of few words.ChristyWho. that I awaken myself.

1 TEXT-Luke 14114. told you so? Doc-Well, in that case I,would
HI # v r r fur 4 4L GOLDEN TEXT-Is' the life more Horace-He did for three certainly advise you to sleep in
than meat end the body than raiment-
S Matthew 6:25.People hours. another room.HOWSEW .


people, and more people!

: .... Have you ever said, "I'm just so
tired of people. I wish I could By

get away from everybody"? Mostof RUTH WYETH I

us have felt that way some time SPEARS

and have possibly needed and deserved -

a rest. We must not permit

that feeling to so color our thinking, ster-something with animals or

however, that we lose our interestin B ., isA toys or a landscape in the design.I .

...... _..' men and women, boys and girls. y saw a material the other day
T L { d with all kinds
a pattern showing ,
< Jesus had His times of prayer,and
; of knots. A boy would like
communion with the Father OUSIDEIL0 rope
Wrv quiet ,
:;<, .'', .....; ",",,-"" .>;;.- -;-.--- .... '<"' ,,- .->,..... but for the most part we find Him INSIDE that. Each step in making the

: < out people. He loved them bag is shown in the sketch.
I; A CHANGE IN THE MEAT COURSE among S .
and consequently dealt faithfullywith H
fr:<;?:', (See Recipes Below) them, showing tenderness to In SEWING Book 3 there are directionsfor
..;"L,,:>: still another type of bag on a hanger;
jc- "Meat makes the meal," especially place with- the fat side up in an those who needed it, and often be- STITCH FACIMG-B-CUT also a pocket for the pantry door. This
OPENING AND TURN
ing severely plain and direct in book contains directions for the spool
when there are husky, hardworking open roasting pan. Make an inci- 14 INSIDE j FACING-C STITCH-D FOLD shelves; stocking cat; "The rug that grew
' men to feed. But for those behind sion to the center of the roast and dealing with those who were hypo- MARK CURVE-F-5TITCHl'4 up with the family," and many other of
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G-TRIM-H-OVERCAST3YARD
y crites. He valued human person- favorites articles that have
in the kitchen'think- insert a meat thermometer so that your among
the scenes CHINTZ TURN RIGHT SIDE
in the Send order to:
a different and a flavorsome the center of the bulb reaches the ality highly, hence He gave Himselfin FACING S"X(15" OUT AMD ADD HANGER appeared paper.

meat dish for each day out of the center, of the fleshiest part of the sacrificial devotion to winning,
guiding, controlling and, above all, you planning things that
seven is no small task. meat. Place the roast in a 'mod- ARE MRS. RUTH WYETH SPEARS
erate oven (350 ,degrees) and roast I saving men. sell well at a Fair or Drawer 10
There are two ways to approach until the thermometer registers 185 I The lesson presents some inter- Bazaar? Or is this the,season that Bedford 'Hills New York

: the problem. First, investigatesome degrees Fahrenheit. Allow about 30 esting coatrasts. you catch up on odds and ends of Enclose 10 cents for Book No. 3.
of the less- I. How and How Not to Use the sewing for the house? In either
"'1 common cuts. minutes per pound for roasting, Name..............................
,
: with rice-stuffed Sabbath (vv. 1-6). case you will like to stitch up a
-r If You'll find them Serve apples. Jesus was at a formal gatheringwith bag like this one. Everyone seemsto Address .............................

thrifty to buy be- Round Steak, Western Style. invited guests (v. 7) in one have a special use for one of

cause the demand (Serves 6) of the chief houses of the commu- these bags on a hanger. I have

r zk for them is less. 2 pounds round steak nity, on the Sabbath Day. That sucha one that I use for laundry whenI
Most of them
2 tablespoons butter gathering was held on that day go traveling. Men and boys'like

fairly abound in good flavor and i 1 L teaspoon salt was a sign of the degeneracy of the them for closet laundry bags too, llELPREVENT

need only to be properly cooked to YB teaspoon pepper age. "The same thing is being doneon as they are plenty big enoughfor

be serious rivals to more expensive 2 medium onions (sliced) Sunday by Christian people to- shirts. A little girl I know hasa

J.. cuts. % lemon (sliced) day. They go to church (if con- small version of one of these in many colds from developingColds

;: If you are buying pork, ask the 1 No. 1 can condensed tomato soup venient) in the morning and devote which she keeps doll clothes may be prevented-often-by

t"..'; meat dealer to prepare you a hand- (1% cups) the afternoon and evening to recre- scraps. I have also seen them the early use of Penetro Nose Drops.

some rolled sirloin roast. It's a 1 cup water ation and social" occasions. We used for everything from dress Asure provision of"stitchintime"aid.And .

., thrifty cut not so well known as the Have round steak cut % inch agree with Dr. Morgan that "the I patterns to dust rags. the large supply costs only, 25c.

pork loin roast but it has decided thick.; Spread with butter and sprinkle whole thing is a sign of spiritual This green and white ivy pat- NOSEDROPS
advantages. Two sections of the decadence." That's how not to spendthe PENETRO
terned chintz with green facing
salt and
with pepper. Arrange
sirloin boned and tied together -
pork are
onion lemon day of rest and worship. makes a good looking bag. Pic-
slices of thinly cut xand
The
. ,.: into a solid roll of meat.
". round, compa slices offer no obstructions over steak. Dilute tomato soup with Another wrong thing was that they torial chintz will amuse a young-

:fh:. to the knife, and are the water and pour over steak. Bake in used the occasion to try .to entrap Man's'Will
:
' Jesus. He at the feast not to The commander of the forces of
moderate oven (350 degrees) for was .
: i answer to a carver's prayer. The ------------------------
._, :., picnic shoulder of pork is another 2 hours uncovered. "have a good time," but to ministerto a large State may be carried off,
a.' their spiritual needs. They but the will of even a common
.<;$ cut of exceptional flavor. Have it Rice-Stuffed Apples. Ask Me Jinoiher
brought the sick man in to tempt man cannot be taken from him.-
rt.;<.i boned, stuff it with spinach and
: 6 medium-sized
; .;. baking apples Jesus to heal on the Sabbath Day. Confucius.
X;r > roast it. 2 tablespoons brown sugar He used their trickery ,to condemn $ A General Quiz.aaaaaaaaaaaaa
;;-.:,:' If it's too soon for another leg of
1 cup rice (cooked)
them and to silence them (vv. 4, 6).
.
l'lf ; lamb, buy a section of lamb breast 1 tablespoon butter
::' F-f!,: and have it rolled with a layer of Vz cup water Declaring God's truth and .His The Questions DON'T BE BOSSED
V love for by worship and by
: sausage. Slice off the meat as you man
would a jelly-roll; you'll have the Wash apples and cut a slice from work for Him-that is the right way 1. Do any birds hold their food in BY YOUR LAXATIVE-RELIEVE

':;, neatest pinwheels imaginable.Lamb the top of each. Remove the cores to use the Lord's Day. Let's get their claws while eating? CONSTIPATION THIS MODERN WAY

shoulder and lamb shoulder and seeds and sprinkle the cavities back to its proper observance. 2. Article I of the Constitutionis .When you feel gassy, headachy, logy
due to clogged-up bowels, do as millions
with brown Mix rice
T._. V chops "are two other not-so-well- sugar. cooked II. What and What Not to Do for concerned with what? do-take Feen-A-Mint at bedtime. Next
known possibilities. with melted butter and stuff each Advancement (vv. 7-11). 3. At what hour is reveille sounded morning-thorough, comfortable relief,

The second to apple. Arrange them in a bakingpan Getting ahead, even at the expenseof in the U. S. army?- helping you start the day full of your
coax some va-
: way with the in like
water the bottom
and 'Jeeling a
,riety into your meat dishes is to and bake for IVz hours, or'until tender others, seems to have been quite 4. What is the longest verse in million normal! energy Feen-A-Mint pep,doesn't disturb

try new ways of flavoring cuts that in moderate de. the thing in our Lord's time, as it the Bible? your night's rest or interfere with work the
: _', you serve often. If much of your a oven (350 is today. Looking at that smug, self- 5. What is the width of the stripof next day. Try Feen-A-Mint, the chewinggum
meat supply comes from a frozen grees). satisfied crowd of "grabbers," Jesus land composing the Panama laxative,yourself.It tastes good,it's
Lamb Pinwheels::.. I handy and economical..."a family supply
foods locker, this is your best bet. made good use of His presenceat Canal Zone?

.. Have pork chops cut double thick (Serves 5) the fea"st-to expose their folly and 6. Who coined the phrase: "I SEEN AINTCei9o

:. and stuff them with a tart mix- Boned breast of lamb (about 3Vi selfishness. Again we agree with am on the side of the angels"?
'. ture of sauerkraut and apple. Your pounds) Dr. Morgan that one should not "try 7. A perfidious man is what?

'. V family will beam approval, when 3A pound bulk pork sausage for the chief seat. Why not? Be- 8. In what month of the year is Place for Money
you serve that combination! Or 2 tablespoons fat cause the place of honor is for the the earth nearest to the sun? I have
A wise man should money
,.? make your next ham loaf like an 1 teaspoon salt honorable man; and a man who 9. Does a person have to take in his heart.
I in his head but not
V upside-down cake so that when you % teaspoon pepper struggles to sit in the place of honor pennies in payment for a debt? ,

.;.. .,:., turn it out, there are rows of bright- 1 small onion (sliced) proves thereby that he is not an 10. In Greek legend, who tried to -Swift.

.::,.. as-a-dollar apricots across the top. 1 cup tomatoes (canned) honorable man." Think it over! fly, but fell into the sea when he

";;':_' Try canned gooseberries as a relish 2 tablespoons Worcestershire sauce The way up in spiritual things is rose too near the sun and the wax
;'-- with ham or beef, or canned Dam- always down. Humility, which is so on his wings melted?

::. ,:,. sort plums with veal. Have the lamb breast boned, despised by the world, is preciousin
'- :: spread with bulk pork sausage, of God and will be
Pork Stuffed the sight rewarded for-
Chops With SauerkrautAnd
V rolled, and tiedor by Him. The principle stat- The Answers oAa
V Apple.
skewered into ed in verse 11 is and always will 1. Only the parrot does.
(Serves 6)) PERFORMANCE
shape at the mar-
The or'woman
be true. young man 2. The congress.
: '. V 6 loin pork chops (cut 1-inch thick) ket. Wipe the who really wants to get ahead will do 3. At 6:30 a. m. 0

.V: 1 cup sauerkraut (drained) meat with a damp well to let it control both thought 4. Esther 8:9: is said to be the o CONDITION

' .1 cup tart, red cooking apple (diced) cloth and dry. and deed. It is a far better rule longest verse in the Bible, and the o"'N ref I HEALTH
(unpared) Then brown on allz' New Year than resolu- be o
for the any Gospel of John 11:35 is said to
Vz teaspoon salt '- sides in hot fat. tion you may have made-and prob- the shortest. \\4P
Pour off the fat
V Va teaspoon pepper ably forgotten by now. 5. Ten miles wide (5 miles on

.' 2 tablespoons fat in the pan, leaving 2 tablespoonsonly. III. Who and Who Not to. Invite' each side of the canal route). Drop Blackmon's Ltck-A-Brick in tho
Season the roll with salt and feed trough. Stock do the rest. No
Jcup sauerkraut juice. pepper. Add sliced ,onion, tomatoesand for Dinner (vv. 12-14)., 6. Benjamin Disraeli. drenching. No dosing. Animals
Lord interested in such Faithless. in working conditionNature's
: 'Have Is the a 7. keep healthy
: pocket made
a
; from the out- Worcestershire sauce. Cover
;,,:' side of each matter as that? Indeed He is! Everything 8. In January. way.
., chop. Combine sauer- tightly and cook very slowly until "STOCK LICK IT-STOCK LIKE IT"
about life Him 9. Nickels and one-cent piecesare
concerns ,
V zraut with finely done, about 1% hours. Slice into SOLD by leading Southern Dealers
diced unpeeled /'; and, as a matter, of fact, this is a legal tender only for amountsup ONE PRICE 2So
,,
r ;; pinwheels, using a very sharp knife.
:' apple and I stuff J very important point. Here an at- to 25 cents. In other words a If there Is no Dealer near you writo ,
f ., with (( .. titude toward life is revealed whichis person would not have to accept direct toBLACKMAN
thq chops: ( ..... STOCK MEDICINE CO.
,., ..": VV the mixture. Sea-A: BIRTHDAY PARTIESThe vital and fundamental. payment for a debt of more than Chattanooga Tenn.
:' son them with Hospitality is a virtue highly regarded 25 cents in pennies or nickels.

and pepper frsalt 1. 'food makes the party, especially by the Bible (see such pas- 10. Icarus. ..
and brown on /. for a round-eyed young sages as Rom. 12:13; I Tim. 3:2; .

both sides in hot" / ill ster of six or eight. If you havea Titus 1:8; I Pet. 4:9). To debase it

fat in a heavy skillet. Add sauerkraut January birthday coming up by asking only those whom we expect -

) 1 juice, cover, and finish the you will find both menu and rec- will ask us in return, is reallyto ClASSifIED ADVfRTDSING I
; cooking in a moderate oven (350( ipe help in Eleanor Howe's Cook destroy it. It is not hospitalityat

degrees). Bake for \Vz hours, and Book "Easy Entertaining." Party all to limit our invitations to
food for all from the who invite Obviously we
V remove the cover during the last ages, three- those us.
I 15 minutes of baking to brown the year-olds to the teen-age group is arc not to' cut them off simply be- '
V chops. but one of the sections in her cause they do ask us. That is not HAVE YOU anything around the house you
, book.If the point'' We are not. to let that be like to trade or sell ? Try a classified -
- 4> Boneless Sirloin Pork Roast
. With Stuffed Apples. you need new suggestions for the controlling factor. ad. The cost is only a few cents and thereare .

r':' your hostessing, send 10 cents in Ask those- who cannot pay you probably a lot of folks looking for just whatever t V
the
'; Have meat retailer remove coin to "Easy Entertaining" care back, if you really want to get a it is you no longer have use for << <<
the tenderloin and bones from
two of Eleanor Howe, 919 North Mich- blessing out of it. There is so much
sirloin sections, reverse the ends, igan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois, need in the world that we who follow -
J- and tie the two boneless pieces together for little time ResultsG
r; your copy. Christ have to spend Classified Ads Get
in a compact rolled roast. merely entertaining those who haveno
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News enough on May 20th by Buddy however ,eight. nice bass,' all l weighing school. What subjectzmatrter. he,,'h.. mediatelydon their "second- child-

The Clewiston Poppy Week, and on May 30th ,by over two pounds ,each. .l' taught. and ,by. what meana?, What hood" airs, and return to school to

Memorial Day. Hailing from ,New York City are his daily schedule is and oiowj the see exactly what ia done'in: these
Earle G. Hines, and his E. D. times at ,school, and 'why. Each
Published Friday In Clewlaton, June 9th begins National Lug- son classes are conducted? If ,so, nowl
Florida by tlie CLEWISTON NEWS, gage and Leather Goods Week, and HInes, two true lovers of huntingand you have just the chance you may< parent will have the opportunity to
Inc. on the 10th there is observed Flower fishing that have proven them- have been waiting for to find out visit each class' room, and to all L
Shut-In Day. June 14th is Flag selves to be real sportsmen too. any question about the school which parents wjll be extended the privilege -

IE\.TIlr.J BOWDEN, Editor Day and 15th Father's Day. June Besides catching several nice stringsof your child attends. Now Is the of asking- any question concerning i
23rd begins Swim-For-Health Week. bass, the two bagged thirty-two golden opportunity to get this 'ac, that class, or making any suggestions

Entered as second class mall matter 'July 4th is still' on July 4th, and quail in two days hunting with complished.On for improvement. In fact,
February 1, 1927, at the Post Office in we are all so busy vacationing by Walter Montgomery on the K. C. Thursday night, January 23rd, I each teacher will welcome any con-
Clewiston, Florida under the Act or then that the other July dates are Ranch near Immokalee. For a structive criticism, propitious or ,
March 3, 18971Subseripion at 7:15, the Clewiston Public '
July 14th Stars and Stripes adopted souvenier of their trip they have Schools will convene for the first adverse.

and July' 28th, beginning of eleven rattles and button fiom a "Back-To'-School: Night," sponsored A COMPLETE SCHEDULE OF
Hate $2.00 Per Yean; World War No. 1. In August we five foot rattler that their dog exclusively for all parents and CLASSES AND DIRECTIONS WILL

Advertising Rates On Application. continue to enjoy a summer siesta pointed. If present plans mater- friends of school-age children at- BE IN NEXT FRIDAY'S ISSUE OF
from "Weeks." But in September ialize, the Hines' will be at the Inn tending Clewiston; Schools. :The THE CLEWISTON 'NEWS-WATCH
we have first, Labor Day on Sep- as resident guests for the balanceof bell FOR IT. .
will
Devoted to the advancement and wel- ring promptly at 7:15, and
tare of Clewiston and Hendry County. I tember 1st, National Retail Dem- the season.Outoftowners., the parents and friends, will im-, (Continued ,on Page 5) l
onstration Week beginning September fishing from John
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I 15th, National Newspaper Boys'Week son's Camp this week were B. M.

the 21st, Better Illinois ................ : ...:. ......,........... .,..:.............. ............ ... ..............
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:::::: Week beginning the
Parenthood R. Payne and J. Ferris of Miami; ;( .
22nd and on the 23rd autumn of- Max Duck, John Satt and Bob (

RAMBLINGS ficials begins. ,The 28th is the Perry, West Palm Beach; V. B. Bell ;( '
F"o 3 II)
end of daylight saving time. and E. L. Hoine, Belle Glade; Dick !

By B. B. October 1st' to 8th is national Whiteside, Mr. and Mrs. Moonahan, At

newspaper week, (so is every other Tampa; W. E. Morgan, and Ray-

:-:..:.1.".:..;..:..:-:-:..:..:-:..:-:..:..:..:..:--:-:..:..,:..:. week to us), concurrent with it mond E. Kelley, Snyder, N. Y.; .
runs national advertised brand Jack Fargason, Atlanta; L. D. '

A smile of appreciation to those : week, and on the 4th begins National Adams, 'Ponca, Okla.; Tony Accetta, .
of you who mentioned that last Furniture Week, on the 5th begins Cleveland, R. V. Gaddis, L. B. '

week's paper was unusually inter- National Fire Prevention Week. Amyot, Schenectady, N. Y. J. A. .t... ) n:7 .&.
esting. It WAS fun going through Columbus Day is Oct. 12th, and on Johnston, Detroit; Earle W. :Moore, ':: ( IiLJ ao m LN.Lf UNLAWfUL ':i:

the files of the year's issues, and the 19th begins National Pharm- Oeleivan, Iowa; J. A. Rogers, Pros- ? ro jKSTRoy u.s. COINS +

noting the many many things that acy Week. On Hallowe'en, October pect Hill, N. C.; and E. H. Knealey, ? f C6N T, L10 .NYTNiNIr .= I
had taken place during those twelve 31st, begins National Apple Week, Delray Beach, most of whom had I/.BOUT YExplanation T-OJT M.YbE I*
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months. They were busy monthsfor and that is a proper time for it. excellent luck. ':' ((1 ) .&.

us all. : November 10th to 16th is Father t : *
The News keeps all its past issuesin and Son Week, and November llth

bound volumes. One volume for which is Armistice Day, ushers in dool"TIGERS") jeW5 :yi i: ,-r ,,.. .;-
each year. The pile is getting high Red Cross Week. Thanksgiving .;. ; c :::
now, and in it are twelve books: Day comes somewhere along here, y .
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one for each year since 1928 (the too, we won't try to be specific this BASKETBALL ::: -; :!:

1940 volume will make 13,; .but? it far ahead, and on November 25th SCHEDULEJan. ?
isn't back from' the bindery yet)'. the !Christmas Seal campaign starts y I
There's much of value in those :(:You see how quickly Christmaswill 10-LaBelle (here) 7:30p. ::: :t .. im > I :!:
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books, and they are never, >ending, come again!) m. .:. :b' &,..'...... ..- :i:
sources of interest to us. We like, National Jan., 17-Moore Haven (.. here) ::
December 1st begins '
:: ( on Page Eight) i
to pore over the issues "Of: years 7:30 p. m. ;
and the 21st .:.
Prosperity Week, on :::
before we lived in Clewiston" ,. as The Jan. 21-Alva (here) 7:30 p. m. + And ,there's nothing to keep from
occurs the first day of winter. you +
refresh'ourselves. on happenings Jan. 31-Pahokee (there) 8:00p.
well .
as ,
: first thing you know it is the 25th, ::
we know of. .: j:'_" f 'and'' there's your Christmas and ,. m. paying your money out in rent year ,in :=;::
Feb. 7.-Boca Grande (there) .
those We volumes have just have found a high tout'financial that -Ulen'hope New it's been Year's a all fine over one.again. We Feb. Okeechobee (here). :::: and year out. But, invest it in a home ::::

Feb. 18-Moore Haven (there).
the National
_' value Printer too.Journalist Recently a trade"','monthly J.:,- II-"'0' Feb. 21-Pahokee, ,(here) 7:30p. :;: and you'll build a worthwhile investment. ::i::

newspaper magazine, spoke files. of In the Pueblo value, of Colo-old .......................................................-..............-............................... Feb.m. 28-Boca" Grande (here) :?_:: Investigate- our economical, up-to-date :A;:
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it became in a water 7:30 p. m. .i' .t.
rado, necessary
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litigation suit for the city attorneys Fishing QuibblesBy March Okeechobee (there). ::: home financing plan. :;:

to refer to the old ,files of The March 7-Alva (there). ? AY
Pueblo Chieftain. Permission 'was March 14-LaBelle (there).

obtained from Editor George Sweeney -' Girls game-7:30. y.
TIMBERLAKE
MARTIN "Bobo", {.
game8:30.Season : .
but with the stipulation that Boys
such privilege would cost the city N..:..:NN1.:N: i NNNN:N..:N:NNNN:..:HNNNN: tickets now on sale $1.00. 't.y
: .' t I Admission-Adults 25c-Children y
$1,000.00. The city paid the ; y

1000. In another case the old With the long ark of Uncle Sam ,-lOc. ?y

files of the ,Aspen Times were sub- now protecting/ tie ducks our ..t. t
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poenaed, but .before ,the old files sportsmen have, 'ushered in; the New BACK-TO-SCHOOL: NIGHT ? 'r :"
were shown, Editor .Charles: Dailey 'Year by combing every hole .on the Have you .ever wondered how y y y

demanded the litigants pay: him south side ,of ,.LakeOkeechobee. for your child spends his time at .:N N:M:N:N:N:N:N:N N N:...:N:N:N:N:N:M:M:N:N:N:N:N;N:N N:M:M:N:M:N N:N; N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N N N:N:N:N:N:1:N-
$600 for the :privilege. ,; and the anything that,''swims. I
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Don't you want some of ou-r old I tops in theresenting bait casting world rep- 1't.:; : : : : : ..

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Now that we are through T i look r plunker) brought half a dozen of I I )1 : : I!
his friends with him and evidentlythe ,
ing back at 1940, let's look forwardto ; '
1941. January 7th, he state ..bait is proving a huge success ; ALL ELECTRIC I : ..
from_ the beautiful strings they :
inaugural day, has passed. Jan. n t :
with the first trials. .
17th to 23rd is National Thrift produced ; ,:
Week, (and a good thing, too, 'with .$'-'W-I'd like to push the .::..:. HOME ,-: -.c' 't..:.
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bohunk overboard that fished with
all these Christmas bills staringus yy
in the face-that one ought to, this reel last and 'left the linegnarled. :t: \ :::;:

be extended into a month. Jan. Maybe my bait is too !..:. AV :'
President light casting against the wInd-If 'i"
20th, Roosevelt: will be I I. y
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in the history of the nation', and darn thing sounds like 'a Model and- :::: Electricity is' the modern servant; a servant that :: :
on Jan. 30th will occur the Presi- T in distress. (Let me pause
dent's Birthday Balls. give a' little explanation.) This is :;::!: takes care of both the work and the pleasures of the :i:::

) off Feb.the 2nd-Ground-Hog second month. Day Edison's, leads Morris:an imaginary Nelson talking conversation: to himself of :i::: home and one that will do everything quickly efficient- :!::i:

birthday is the llth Lincoln's the Monday afternoon while fishing at :.S..t.=; :z: ly and economlca II y. .....t.+

12th, Valentine's Day the 14th, and Rock ReefwhamsplashWasthat .s... '. ':.':.

Washington's Then there's national birthday Sew the and 22nd.Save a an gator airplane headed hitting for me-Steady the wateror :J;::t: One penny will toast 26 crunchy slices of toast,, or .::.:::;:

Week Take advantage February 22nd of that.to March ''1st. don't Gee-Whiz rock, it's the a fish.boat Zip-whing,Gee-ee-ee,, :;::i:; give your eyes two hours of safe reading light or _operate *:!:

March 12th begins Girl Scout An- the line sings out-Must be Grand- :!_::_;: your 'radio for most_ of a day-and-ELECTRICITY is. :i:*

your niversary federal week,income and on and March defensetax 15th, pappy was on.Okeechobee.Twenty minutes And the or battle so of :!::: one thing, that gets cheaper the more of it that you use. : :!:
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,Patrick's Day is still March 17th ,off--':Will the line' hold? If I can : t k
;:3; That is is have and ;
and Spring begins officially on just keep him out of those lilly :!::: why It so easy to enjoy a home :-

March 20th. March 29th begins pads-Watch out, he's headed under -I :!?::;: that is all electric and modern. :_:::

National Baseball Week. (Why the boat and will break- the xf: xx
don't we have a Marble Week?) line-Don't let him have slack, x f

In April, after April Fool's Dayon he'll get off-Ease, up or you'll y
the first, is Palm 'Sunday on the break the rod.-Wonder if I'm } } y v

6th, Good Friday on the 11th, and dreaming. Oh Lord, do help me :_i::} ELECTRICITY IS YOUR CHEAPEST SERV- ;:::

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Garden Week. On the 21st begins long last landed the Superfish that YX yy
National Foot Health Week (elim- has broken our lines, chewed up :"::.. ANT-USE IT EXTRA V AGANTL Y. :;::.;.:

inate those corns! ) and national our plugs, and given us the unbelievable ."t'., .i _

'Fishermen's week begins on the story (or rather the story .'..'i'.. ._..}.t..

26th. Next day begins that radio- that is never believed) of the big .;':.s' ',; .:..:.

program aggravation, Daylight one that got away. Twelve pounds :::::: ::::
Savings Time. Better Homes Week and three ounces the ,brute weighed.And .:... '
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and Week May National(1st how begins many Restaurant can National you Week eat Egg on?) Tampa Mr.a, backlash.and exemplified Mrs., Moonahan a fine piece from of ..i' Glades Power and light Co !


the 5th, (is there any connection?) sportsmanship by releasing a seven .... .t...
National Golf Week begins on, May pound bass when they discovered it At.
10th, and Mother's Day is celebrated contained roe. If all the anglers '.;.'s''t' ..t..t.:...

on May' 11th. Next week is would do this we would never have .
Cotton Week, and the next First to about fy if_ .i.j
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"' Mrs. G. B. McDuffie has returned LECTURE ON WILD LIFE IS Others, in the Big Ten in the order( -'JUNIOR," CLASS' 4 NEWS" ;

P.: from '. Sycamore; Ga., where 'sn'e' SPONSORED' GARDEN CLUB named are Gratton' George,- '. .EdWard : 'if. .
The: 'Juniors. will a.'short ;
: was''called "during the holidays by' Griffin, Kelly, R. N__ Smith', sponsor
in the
r' PersonalsH. J the illness of her father, W. J. Mrs. C. A. Wells, of Tampa, an Bob Logan, Munselle Stone and Joe play- ,near future called "Foul 1.
Play at Brown's). Itis a seven
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Juke, whose death occurred duringhr authority, on Florida wild life will Schroeder. character "
play and
very amusing. ;
give an illustrated lecture at the 'I
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stay. '
r '1(. I High School Auditorium on 'Wed (All Scores Next Week) '. Mrs.been Brown discovered(Lou.Ise"lying Roath on the) floor has '': ;

i : Paul Rardin, editor of The ,Everglades I nesday' evening, January 15th, at '
L. DeLaney of LaBelle was a New Board very pale and appears to be dead. ;,'
'. 8 o'clock. The lecture is free and County
News and Howard Sharp .
visitor in Clewiston Thursday. invited Mrs.: Whittle (Beulah Guthrie) is a !,,:
who founded that paper' and editedit the public is and urged to
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type woman who always expects 4
attend. Mrs. Miles has a large Met On Tuesday
both of Canal
for ,
Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Ramsey spent many years the worst and is very dumb. Officer
collection of colored slides with
Wednesday in Miami. Point, were visitors in Clewision: ) illustrate and'her O'Leon (Charles Turner) is
which to her talk,
Sunday. \ The new board 'of county commissioners an Irish copper "dumb" and very
lectures are very interesting.
I -- in session proud of himself.
Tuesday Mitsie and Frit-
Mrs., Homer Taylor: of Felda wasa I Prior'to the lecture, the Garden ,
Mrs. C. L. Moran, who has' visit- transacted several items of business sie (Gus Cantrell and Edna Leiter)
business visitor here Saturday. Club will hold a short business
ed her. son, Jay W. Moran, here I after the details of organization are a tap dancing couple. Mr.
meeting in the auditoruim, be-
for several summers, has been ill .were completed.A Brown (Junior Waters) is a busi-
Mr. and Mrs.. L. F.' Davis of' Canal ginning at 7:30. Members are
at her home in Milledgeville, Ga. new jury list was drawn with ness man. The doctor (Paul Pul-
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Point were visitors in Clewiston urged to be prompt in attendance,
She Is'being cared for in a Mill- 250 names, $25.00 was appropriated len). is a clownish-looking character. -
in order that the business may be
Sunday.
: edgeville hospital and is steadily concluded before the hour set for : for an advertisement in the All of them are very amusing
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improving.. .Hermanyfriends here Florida characters..
I" Southwest Fair pamphlet, '
Mr. and Mrs: L. K. Lash'er'of the lecture.
-. Baltimore are spending this week at regret to learn of her illness.. ,quarters were assigned for new: The reason for sponsoring this

the Clewiston Inn. LADIES AID HOLDS BUSINESS county agent Dewey Ward, Mike play is to'add'to: the financial fundof

',",.' -, Leaving for Gainesville to re MEETING AT CHURCH THURSDAY; Rasmussen was retained as jani the Junior Class which will be

;,(,:-' '- William A. Walker of West Palm sume their classes at the University tor and given a five dollar boost used for the Junior-Senior Banquet.

. .y>:, Beach was a business visitor in;., of Florida: on, Monday!' were Coburn The Ladies Aid Society held a : in salary and other minor items The public is cordially invited :to
Moore of. Mrs 'J. of business transacted. attend. Exact admission and
W. Moore date
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'-:-,<"." Clewiston: this week. ,' .:, business meeting at the Community
Bob'and Dick Patterson, sons of afternoon. The most important item of will be announced later.
.. Church Thursday Mrs. I
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',':"! ,: Earl G. :, and. son,..E: : D. Mr. and ,Mrs. R. -Y. Patterson, anJi'mj' I. D. Leydig led the devotional business handled by the outgoing
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,:-,.\): Himes, of'Nert': : :' York !:City, ';have. Bob': and ,Dan Beardsley sor.s service. Mrs. J. H. Doty, who pre- board on Monday was to make a HOUSE FOR RENT-New unfurnished -

'j', :;. taken an apartment at the' Inn. of Mrl: and Mrs: J: 'E. 'Beardsley. sided, read two splendid articles,. motion that the $4,000 due to the five-room bugalow with

, .', "Lookins: Ahead to 1941" and outgoing sheriff, H. L Delaney, fireplace and portecochere. $30.00

j ',:<";:' : George Sparks of Jacksonville Wilbur. McGehee left Sunday from i "Gir'd.d for the New Year." be paid as ,rapidly' as possible from- month under lease. Bishop-Wilson

3 1 .<:--:': : was a business. visitor in Clewiston Fort Myers for St. Leo, where he The Society decided after the incoming race track funds. Lumber Company.

:. this week. is attending 'school. Mr. and Mrs.J. next meeting to discontinue the
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',, .:;' ;' '. ,Fort, Myers and met Mr. McGehee's bers notifying them of the meet-
:> Bill Owen left Sunday for New rent at Bare Beach..Pete Chagaris,
: I sister; Mrs. Harry Frazier, who ar- ings. The date for the meetings is Continued from :Page 4)
;.':} Orleans where he is a student at Clewiston Bar.Johnson's.
' rived that day ,from Fort Dupont, |the first Thursday in each month.
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:': : .::. Del., to visit, in Fort Myers.. The sum of $68.32 has been FRESHMAN: NEWS
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Mrs. George Sharp ; Camp
: Mrs F. M. Rodriguez returned December. Mrs. J. G. Niblack was new member in the Freshman class
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his'name is Jimmie Paul.
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'"' '::;- ,. arrange oyster supper, to
' -'t: "" her daughter, Shirley Ruth, and hf__ given sometime' in-- February 7. and--- EXAMINATIONSSince I Clewiston, Fla.

;. ,.i:? Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Wheeiess with other relatives. Mrs. Joe Falcon Mrs. F. D, Duff and Mrs. W. 'c. we have returned to school Boats and Motors-Guide Service

:;;;E' have taken one of theSagamore' of, Alva, who accompanied her Owen were requested to arrangea the foremost ,thought or rather .; Rates Reasonable

\f: .., Court Apartments. on the trip, also returned" Jo her location for the supper. worry in our minds is the fact that:I W. H. Johnson, Mgr.

t:\\fi/ home in Alva. "" "- v Mrs. F. E. Conkling and Mrs. Mid-term Examinations are scheduled ,

I;, ; ;;'! Mrs. Hubert Land,' Shari Land Gideon Brown were appointed to to start soon. We have little' / ;
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I I\\..: ; "- and Mis. M. 0.. Geiger spent a Mr. and Mrs. Gideon H.; Brown, pack boxes *for the church hospitalsin !' time to play now because these'
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!: .:;;.:." few days this week visiting relatives Marjorie and Charles Warren and the Phillipines. As' has been exams determine failing or passing.) ;u, "

!A "':'- : in St. Cloud. Lawrence, ,: Guthrie spent, Sunday in the custom, the Society is sendingtwo for some of us. ., : MECHANICAL, STRUCTURAL

I '" ________ Miami. Their nephew,' Seth Dan- boxes of supplies to these hospitals The seniors are not as worried f ARCHITECTURAL DESIGNS

, '. '" James Lang, of the U. S., 'Army iels, 'who has been visiting. here returned as most of the other classes ,because -' vMaps Estimates

r ; '- stationed at Fort Benning, has ar- with them to' his home in Those attending the, meeting were any senior that has ,maintained I' '., -JOHN, H. DOTY

., .: rived for a 'visit with his mother; Miami. Miss Martha. Nell Alston Mrs. J. H. Doty, Mrs. G. Brown, an A average can be exempt, '
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/. Mrs. Sam 'Lang. also accompanied them and returned Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mrs. J. J. Graham from these ,exams but so few have Engineering Consultant

to.Barry, College, Miami. Beach Mrs. M. J. Hirsch, Mrs. O. A. been able to keep an' A average. Hopkins Bldg. Clewiston,.Fla.

' after spending the holidays .at her Jones, Mrs. I. D. iLeydig, Mrs. J. G.
::7.l' John Tiedtke has returned to his
home, here. Niblack,. Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mrs. J.
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'; :;;...<;:. spending the holidays with his parents Robbins, Mrs. Maud Hare and Mrs..
J. E. Beardsley and C. E. Miner F. E. Conkling. Classen Scientifically Broken Lenses

i2 t in Toledo., : ':, '; returned ,Wednesday n ght'from TRY RUMFORD TODAYIT'S Fitted and Repaired DuplicatedDR.
F, D. GUDBAUR
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Miss Barbara Morrison: left '.Sun- the inauguration' of ,Governor Spess- -. THE: QUALITY_ WAY Optometrist

day for Tallahassee;; rwhere;.,she' )s. : Phone IDS 5 Collier Arcade
"" ", : ... ard L. Holland. Mi'Beardsley: and Miss Caroline McDonald: daughter Fort Myers. Florida
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..., a member of the Sophomore Classat Dirt: ,Miner,- who'were: appointed of Mr. and Mrs. C., W. McDonald Successor to K. H. Oakley -
, .';-:: the F.lorid .'.Sta e\CollegK'"' -'i.
; ;.- *' '-' ._"**-J--3a; fc it }lieutenant.;::'colotielal*! .9t\\ ,-the Governor'shongrarytaffa of Belle Glad,_and formerly of
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'. :' R. E. Kurtz of y'ort Myers spentthis home-town festivities in Barcow on mas Day to Earl Holloway, also of J. Rfl. COUSE

:;'" week in Clewiston, looking' the eve of the inauguration and Belle Glade. The marriage was N

after his extensive farming interests 'l made the trip to Tallahassee, :on the performed by Rev. J. O. Jameson Counselor and Attorney at I.aw" '
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Hopkins Building
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at the .Belle GladeCommunity. Wednesdays and Saturdays

Church parsonage. ; 9:30 to 4:00
Mrs.: F. D.: Duff rid'D'r: 'W. D. : Bridge Clubs Mr. and Mrs. Holloway' have

,Horn were luncheon guests Thurs- gone to Fort Pierce to reside, the
-.:___ > day of Mrs. Duff's father, ;F. .Edward -' ... ,.. former having accepted-employmentin ,
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:i. members of her bridge club at her I & PLUMBING SHOP
,:. : ,Mr., 'and Mrs. M. C. Doke and home Friday afternoon. She serv- WESTERN AUTO STORE all-phosphate

-c-'. ;son, Gene, have moved into their ed a delicious salad ,course" to Mrs. MOVED TO BELLE GLADE doubleactingFREE. f'< Anything in Plumbing Fixtures

.:"':, new home on West Osceola and Earl Smith, who won high score, Send for new booklet, containing Prompt, Efficient Service

:';:);::' Arcade Avenues. Mrs. R. N. Smith, Mrs.: B. H. ,Cut-. The Western Auto Supply asso- dozens. ?of Address bright ideas Rumford to improve Baking your Powder baking ,PETER CHRISTENSEN, Mgr.

:' ,.:. tino, Mrs. ,Keith Hartsfield, Mrs. I ciate store which has ,been operatedfor Box N,Rumford,Rhode Island, ,

'J}; '" :. Mr. and Mis. Foy Dun mice' have J. Grady Niblack, Mrs Clarence the past two years in the Hopkins ,
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:": : ",". moved this week into their new Neilson and Mrs. Miles H.: Thomas. Building- was moved duringthe ,.
; Ff'yl'.e,' home at Ponce 'de Leon and Pacific : .
x Mrs.: George Crow past week to locationin
entertainedher a
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I i': and awarded- white cloth ager of the local store during mostof .1

Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Perry and bag to Mrs. Walker_ Nail as first the time it was here, will man- BOWLL

Mrs. S. B. Tuck of Bradenton were prize, bath towels to Mrs. Harry age the Belle Glade store. The 10 0 '

::;'":' < in Clewiston Tuesday visiting their Knight as second prize :and a scarf store is owned by J. F. McClure '

'.' ;, mother, Mrs. J., Q. Baker and their to Mrs. G. E. Etherton as travelling of ,Pahokee. FOR YOUR HEALTH'S' SAKE ,;. ,

-- brother, W. W. Perry, and 'family. prize. Individual pies, with whip-
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,. :.- :Hiss Ruth Marshall and her &i:;- Mrs R. M. Hare, Jr., Mrs. A. C. I DISTRICT HERE

>:,/ ':, ter, Mrs. E. C. Black', of Columbia Carlton, Mrs. Nail, ,Mrs V. C. A. and B. BOWLING ALLEYSA

:(L who is visiting here, were luncheon Woodward, Mrs. Foy Durrence, R. Varner, of Winter Haven, is

' .ir',,; guests Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs. G. Mrs. Knight and Mrs. Etherton.Mrs. I the new state highway patrolman FREE GAME--With each gent's score of 200 or better

.:'.; '" H.' Brown. Carl'' Johnson for the ''Lake section. He is making
' was hostessto I Ladies' 150, or better'and in duck pins a score of 100 or better
----- her club on Wednesday after- his headquarters, at the ClewIs-

,. : Morris here Ford with, who his spent' parents the, holidays Mr.- Mrs.noon.' R.A N.manicure Smith, set who was held awarded high ritory.ton Inn while located in this ter I ..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:..:.:..:..:"::.:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:.:..:..:.:..*.**..*.

...'"' ,., and Mrs. G. M. Ford, left over the score, and a* set of table' mats: to T. J.' Reilley, who was the first I

week-end for Charleston, where he Mrs. 'Keathley Bowden who won cut patrolman for this section, has been .;NNNNNNNNNNNNMNNNNNNMNNNNNNNNNN:..X..X"X"XK.:NNNNNNNNNNNs ?

:' .:. Y, is a sophomore at The Citadel. prize. Individual pies, whipped acting as personal, escort to Governor X r
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"-.' cream 'and coffee were served to Holland for several weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Winner and baby Mrs. Dave Alston +
Mrs.
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of New York CJity are spending a' Ezelle, Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs. W. Merchants Hold LeadIn NOW .
few days at the Clewiston Inn. Mr. A
H. Lanier, Mrs. L. C. Miller, Mrs.G. ..
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Winner is connected with Pathe B. Thomas, 'Mrs. Smith and Bowling 1

News. Mrs. Bowden. TourneySeveral Before defense construction further in- :::

Mrs. R. C. Nowling was hostessto
Mrs. Marlin Brown returned to :: :
the Evening material
'-," Bridge Club Wed- tournament bowling creases costs -
" : her home in Ludowici, Ga., Wed- nesday. A bath ensemble first I
as dur-
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nesday visiting several
prize was won by Mrs. Roy Alston, ing the holidays have now been h

days with her brother, Leon Brew a silver bracelet as second prize played off and matches are now :;: When new regulations permit more :I:
erand, her uncle, ,L. C. Reddish.
was won by Mrs. B.
' J. Schroeder.Mrs. being held on regular schedule with .:. ,

L. M. Oliphant was given a the Merchants holding on to first ::: liberal financingYou ::
Mrs. George Terrell and son, I
guest 'remembrance.
place in the standings through Tues
'; ,', Donald, are spending two weeks in Mrs.: Nowling served a salad day night's matches.

,,"' Miami visiting friends. Upon their course to Mrs. Roy Alston, Mrs. Close on the Merchant's heels is should build while several select .:::
return they plan to leave for Charl- .. -
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E. Nail. Mrs. B. J. the Kiwanis team with the others :

eston to join Mr. Terrell, who ise' Schroeder, Mrs. ,Blanche Turner, following in the order named: residential sites' are still available. s.
employed at the there.
navy yard Mrs. '
Harry Turner, Mrs. W. H.
w Sugar Office, Commissary, City, h Y
,;... Lanier, Miss Mae : Palmer and Mrs.R. Clewiston Motors, Affiliates andU. j Y
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S. Engineers. The hapless
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Lawrence and
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Mrs. J. W.
Frealey attended the NEW: YEAR BABY
first game but the Affiliates got a Y
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'Masons and Eastern Stars in Moore' The first baby to be born in taste they took of victory a game Tuesday from night the when Mer- :_s.: REAL ESTATE :

Haven Friday evening. Mrs. Broad- Clewiston in 1941 is ::: f
a girl who chants, their first win. ..
foot was Installed as Worthy Ma- was born to Mr. : ::
and Mrs. OliverH. Leading in individual averagesis :: : PHONE 66 ;
tron, of the Moore Haven Chapter, Shepard
Thursday night, Jan- Y
J. Charley of the City Team with
O. E. S. Mrs. Lawrence, who is.a 2nd. LAWRENCEj :::
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and the 158.7 and M. E: Von Mach is in BETTY SPICER
past matron of the chapter, is also baby who f
weighed 7 3-4 pounds, second place with 155.2 as represen- s.

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affection for. THE CHEERFUL CHERUB
"Yes." Guadalupe. I have an

"And what happened?" the:rancho itself as well' as forits, .
next to nothing." household; I think you all know that.
"Nothing
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"Tell me everything, everything. But I must think things
"Simmie and Pedro went with like to stay down over. Sunday, any- of their worries

me. We surprised him, and he is way.." i i
jailed at Monterey: on a chargeof "Delightful, Senor," exclaimed rrh to everyone 5 j
now in relief. "Then Dona Ma-
murder." Carmen C troubles inc..re se..
"But where do you come from?" ria and I can have a few long rides
without being A policeman should
From Monterey. I rode over through the hills

with him." afraid of being carried off." simply arrest: them

She drew a deep breath. "If I Carmen did not neglect her oppor- .

told you how happy I am to see you tunity. She was in the saddle early ec.'&.Use.tVieyre f l

THE RANCHO back, unharmed, you wouldn'.t be- next morning, waiting for Bowie, disturbing \00,*( /.
CARMEN ,lieve me!l" They were looking who had been out with Pedro before -
OF ''I straight into each other's eyes.. Per- sunrise to look over the cattla the pence,

haps it was too intense. She took suitable for a matanza. Since the I RrCpnn( .

her eyes from his, looked down and herd was being depleted by thieves

H. SPEARMAN Fronk H. Spearman WNU Service resumed, more calmly. "We are almost daily, Don Ramon wanted to 40
By FRANK I head as possible into "
breaking camp tomorrow morning. turn as many -
I
"Hit's Deaf Peterson, Mort. Got horses in
should have to Bowie changed
money.
CHAPTER XVI told our guests:: we
-17- any whisky? One o' the boys ez gota go home. They wouldn't stay after double-quick time when he saw Car- WNU Service.

"Who killed him?." bad toothache-keepin' us all us-so we are all for home tomor- 'men and they rode into the hills.
"
Pedro, under his Indian restraint, awake. row. And the men are,trying to de- They had ridden miles and miles
flamed. "That Americano, El Cap- "What boy? cide what can be done with the before Carmen slackened pace and
dlood." "Can't hear y', Mort. Got any squatters. They are everywhere." looked over with a laugh at her com-

itan"Is that bushwacker abroad whisky? One o' the boys ez all-got" a "The best thing to do with 'em panion. "Oh, I haven't had so glorious --

again? How did it happen, Pedro?" bad toothache-keepin' us" for?" would be to hang 'em all." a run since-I can't remember
snapped Rowie." "What did you wake me up "Are you serious?" when."

"This afternoon Sanchez, with his demanded Blood sourly. With this "Quite. They're not bona fide set Bowie pointed. "That's a lush .

nephew Felix, was over across the abusive. retort he threw open the t1er They're bushwackers and stand of grass over there. Shall wo I

rivtr, looking for some stray cows. door. Bowie bums, here to steal what land they let the ponies nibble a bit?" BABY CHICKSTO
While Felix worked along the Mele- Pedro understood then why can and sell it to the real settlers They deserve it, don't you
Blood saw Sanchez on the hill, had taken the east door The faint when they come-and that won't be think?" MEET INCREASING DEMANDS tf 90
na,
rode up to him and ordered him ,off rays of light already in the eastern long now either." "I think whatever you think, se- I uuuuASSORTED SURPLUS CHICKS* Pu
struck Blood, standing barefootin dance. No No culls! Live
know senor. sky ? "They are calling the last norita." Blood tested! cripples 100
his land-you in belt del. runr.Pricesonotherbreddsonrequest. mn Post
Bowie. shirt and trousers, pistol too tired?" Send Money Order far Prompt Sh\.pmtnt Paid
know. Go on! snapped But you are "What nonsense!1" Carmen arew
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"Sanchez told him it was not his and knife "Not tired, but you know I'm a herself up in her saddle. "I believe -
quarrel Bowie, facing'west, stood with his dancer." I'm tired Where's. :: }noor Pe-
land but that he wanted no poor ; ; -
with him and rode away. Before face in shadow. He had neither She laughed. "You dance well dro? Oh, he's coming, isn't he? What MattersIt

Sanchez had gone fifty yards Blood pistol nor knife on his person. For enough. Shall we try it? Oh, there's We did ride fast. There seemed to is not what you have that
do either might
drew his rifle and fired at him. The what he meant to Simmie, and Pedro be something inside me just urgingme matters, it is what you do with

bullet struck Sanchez in the. back. prove his undoing. if needed. to speed on. Funny, isn't it, what you have.:-Grenfell.
had ample coverage "
"
act? .
how
He fell from his pony. impulses
"Did he die right away?" Like the spring of a mountain lion, "If you are tired let's get down a
before got him to Bowie came down on the' squatter, .y I think cinches a.e
- "He died we t; I moment. your INDIGESTION
.
of pinning both his arms at his sides.In he added
the house. Felix had ridden out giving a little, anyway,
when Blood rode to vain Blood tried to get his right "Who hooked you may affect the Heart
the swamp up in hypocritically. GM trapped In the stomach or gullet may act like a
the pistol
He heard the talk and hand o"n the grip of ?" hair-trigger on the heart. At tho tint slim of distress
Sanchez. up
he strug- smart men and women depend on Bell-ans Tableta to
band. Raging, "
the shot fired. Blood turned on his trouser, "Felix, I think it was. let cat tree. No laxative but made of the fastest-
saw hand to reach i known for acid lndlge l1on. If thFTEST
with his left set Inn medicines
him and swore he would kill him, gled When he asked his inconsequent DOSE doesn't prove Bell-ana hotter return
too, if he ever caught him that side the haft of his knife. But he was question for words were spokennow bottle to us and receive DOUBLE Money Back ;Sr.

of the river again. So Felix loaded held in a loop of iron muscles capa- only to conceal thoughtshewas

Sanchez on his own pony and ble of cracking his ribs. on his feet, waiting to take her We Arc Cheated

brought'my friend home." The stolid Blood bit and gouged in his insane t down from the saddle. She slippedinto Real happiness is cheap enough

Indian's voice broke. way until Bowie delivered a f\ his arms, neither-too freely nor yet how dearly we pay for its ""'
blow that stunned him. In that frac- inevitably, for
"Get my horse, Pedro. Wait here too restrainedly, but counterfeit.-Ballou.
for me. I will go back with,you. Is tion of a second Bowie, thrustinghis an instant, into his arms. That in-
Simmie, at the rancho?" left leg upward, caught the stant was to plunge both into an
squatter's right arm under his knee. waters had been
"He is, senor, ocean whose \\1r TCHOICEOFMILUONSSlJOSEPn; ;
this released'his own left hand before 'felt.
Bowie walked slowly back to the When dreamed of but never
tables. The guests had risen. Pine his fingers flew at Blood's'neck.. She drew back almost guiltily as Fish

torches were aflame and, fastenedat Despite the rolling and writhing, she smoothed her riding skirt and, tiDe

convenient places, afforded light the squatter'was held in a vise that without looking directly at him, I I j ASPIRIN 4

for the gamesters. They were play- cut off his wind. Hovering close to murmured a thank you. When she WORLD'S LARGEST
ing Twenty-One. Carmen stood witha the two men as they threshed about saw him throw the lines of the ponies ik'lLlI SELLER AT :

group of ladies who were discuss- the floor, stood Pedro, alert to help. and they began cropping, her Jl\\

ing her dinner. Approaching, Bow- Simmie, with pistols in each hand, heart beat faster: he meant to lingera

ie signaled to her. As she joined stood inside the door ready to shoot while. So Live

him she saw from his face that' either way-to repel squatters if Pedro rode slowly up. "Pedro, When, men speak ill of thee, so
something was wrong. "What is Blood's one frantic yell had been said Bowie, "ride up to the Melena that'nobody will believe them. '"'
live
it, Senor. Bowie?" she asked hur- heard; : or to finish Blood himself!, But--- _.ro "J.-'U-"" ..... and look about for any bogged cows -Plato. '
riedly."I no squatters appeared.The before the squatters get them. If

hate to tell you, senorita, but squatter, half choked, hoarse "Who's There?" we do not follow you look for us .

I must explain; yet I don't wantto and bloodshot, hair, and beard wild, don coming my way. Don'tlet here on your way back."

spoil your party. Don't let any- his shirt torn away in the scuffle, a young him carry me off!" As the vaquero spurred off, Car- Beware Coughsfrom

one know. Control yourself.San- was quickly bound with rawhide Bowie led her out. He was wel- men sat down, on the grass with a

chez has been murdered." strips. It was light enough to make comed by the couples in the set, pleasing sweep of her voluminous'skirt common colds

He went on with the story despiteher out faces. He burst into a torrent of and under the inspiration of the took off her hat and let the

horrified expression. She obeyedhis profanity. "I'll have the law on you he threw himself into the sea breeze play through her hair. That Hang On

caution so well that he mar- for this, you greaser's pig!" he scene If he could not be called "See!1" she exclaimed, pointing as because ,
steps. Creomulsion relieves promptly -
be-
veled at her restraint."It shouted. he threw himself on the ground
graceful, he was at least energetic.To it goes right to the seat of the
would do no good to tell Don "Easy, Blood," suggested Bowie, hear Carmen laugh when she side her. "There's the bay. Isn'tit trouble to help loosen and expel

Ramon or Dona Maria at this time- unconcerned. "If you want your corrected a misstep, to watch the gorgeous! I don't think I ever germ laden phlegm, and aid natureto

do you understand, senorita?" coat pick it up. You're taking a play of her rich mouth, of her daz- found this nook before." soothe bronchial and heal mucous raw, tender mem inflamed -

She reflected and sorrowfully as- ride." zling teeth and her red lips,. to note "Senorita," he said, plucking a branes.Tell your druggist to sell youa
sented. "I have spoiled this'won- "What do you mean?" thunderedthe the flash of her quick eye and the blade of grass and paying no atten- bottle of Creomulsion with the understanding -

derful party for you, Carmen, only squatter. Then suddenly he panting rise and fall of her full tion to her words, "something you you must like the way it
because I felt I should tell you whyI wrenched furiously at the thongs on bosom when the dance was done said at dinner last night set ma quickly allays the cough back.or you are

must leave. I am riding with Pedro his wrists; but Pedro had tied too, and she walked proudly away on his thinking." I to have your money

back to the rancho. You would many rawhide knots to feel uneasy arm, would be enough to staggerthe "How could anything I might say CREOMULS@ONforCouuhs @

naturally want to know why, and "I over his efforts."I senses of a colder man than set you thinking, Senor Tajano?" she : ,Chest Colds,BronchitisInto

somehow just couldn't lie to you. mean you're going to Montereyfor the Texan. If she would not marry asked, plucking a blade of grass

"Senorita, it's those squatters, and jailing with a charge of murder as she had once told him, she herself.
Blood's the leader. With him to follow against you." certainly friendly. "You said you could now rids the CornersA

they are getting bolder and was The entire household of Guada- without fear of being carried off. new broom sweeps well, but
,
.
bolder. If they can shoot down Don There was dancing that night at lupe were over next morning to pay Why should you feel afraid of sucha I an old one is best for the corners.

Ramon's vaqueros 'like' this on his the merienda. The camp was lighted the last tribute to the dead vaquero. thing? Surely you don't think these

rancho you may well ask, what by bonfires and torches, and dons Padre Martinez said the funeral miserable squatters would dare do HOT SPRINGS MAY BE GREAT FOR

next? Blood must ,be caught beforehe and donas, old and young, were Mass, and fellow riders from the that?"
can get away-as he will till stepping to the music of guitars and rancho carried the unhappy Indianto She was silent so long that he RHEU"1i1f' C 3if1But

this thing blows over" the snapping rhythm of castanets.The his grave. looked up at her for an answer.

She raised her eyes. The light of light voices and the laughter At dinner that afternoon Dona Ma- When she spoke her expression had this famous ,Prescription

the campfire struck them, flooding ringing through the pines, the soft ria spoke out in no uncertain tones. completely changed. She was seri- has helped thousands, too
their depths. "You will be careful?" the she said address- "Shall I tell you?" she askedin
beating of the guitars, serene "Senor Bowie, ous. I Not has got the money to visit
everyone
she stammered."I shadows of the dancers moving ing him directly, "Don Ramon feelsit a tone quite new to' him. "The Springs." But it doesn't punish}
am always carefuL""But of quadrille and to say what I'm ."Why not?" he said simply.
through the figures: ; isn't!' quite right: your, pocketbook to buy PrescriptionC2223.
this time very careful, senor minuet, and the scene lighted by the going to'say, but I don't care-and "When! I was a child, she said, This famous remedy brings you

." glare and glow of the scattered fires Carmen thinks just as I do, even if "a dreadful tragedy came into my real grateful help for rheumatism'spain

"I will be." struck into Bowie's sensibilities as she doesn't say so. I think that if life. First I must tell you, senor, tam muscular aches, or. rheumatic ...

"I shall neither sleep nor rest till he neared the: camp on his pony late Rancho Guadalupe can be saved not the daughter of Dona Maria I fever. It does its work as an effective

you come back." in the evening. He was ''alone and, from these marauders that 'are and Don Ramon. Dona Maria is analgesic-thousands enjoy its pain-

"I may have to take him to Mon- tethering his mount, he walked to threatening us on every hand, rob- my aunt. My real father's rancho \I relieving action. Sold on money-back

terey. There may be delays. Tell the fringe of the spectators.It bing us of horses and cattle every near San Diego was raided one guarantee, 6oc or $r. Demand Prescription -

Don Ramon in the morningthatwill took some' little time for him to day and stealing our land, you are dreadful day by Indians. They mur- C-2223 by its full name.
be time enough. Adios, Carme- father and would have
it. All
dered my
single out one he was looking for. the only man that can save
lita." She stood among the onlookers buta we ask is to be allowed to die in murdered my 'mother, had it not You May Pass

She could only utter "Adios. little apart, her eyes fixed' on the peace in our own home-and with- been for the'plea of her Indian The stone that lieth not in your
Pedro took a fresh pony, and the dancers. out protection even that may be maid, Monica. As it was, the agony way need not offend you.
back to the rancho'was madein that Mother suffered that
ride Senor Bowie, I II and terror
She heard a mild voice behind denied us. Tell us, I I
good time. Bowie routed out killed her within a few weeks.
her "You are not dancing, seno- would you come back at any priceor day
:
Simmie.If I Guadalupe? There were three of us children left I
terms to T
the darkest hour is just before rita? What"ca on any dt ?" orphans: an older brother, my 0 ( LDS
coax you
almost whirled to meet. the we .:
She
the day, it was certainly dark when smoking calmly. younger sister Terecita, and myself. \ \bU
hands. "Oh Don Ramon was
her ,
words. She clasped
of Bowie Simmie and not at home and
the ponies with her fork and My brother was
Pedro splashed through the Melena Senor Bowie. Thank God, you are Carmen toyed it escaped. The Indians set fire to quickly u.ie
closely glued on so
and forded the river a mileor back!" kept her eyes as ranch house and carried my LIQUID .f
swamp it might get the TABLETS
afraid
so above the squatter colony. She"Only regarded keeping my him promise.with startled as away.if she But were Dona Maria's eyes sister and myself away with them I 6 6 6 NOSE SALVE DROPS ,

Half an hour later the three men flashed with earnestness as she into the mountains. COUCH DROPS
walked single file, like ghosts, up eyes. "You are" not hurt? her "My-sister and I were at the mer-
made plea.
the east door of Blood's shack. "No indeed. I don't remember I I 41
to him to Taken aback by the sudden on- cy of the savages. WNU-7 2--
seemed to never
Bowie knocked. It was some time Carmen for moment much of this-I was too young, I
Bowie sat a
before there was any answering have looked so lovely-yet there was slaught, felt he must say and I was insane with terror. 1 'FEET']
she could silent. He soon FREErHAPPY
anxiety in her eyes that [CORN
his
sound. "Reaching for pistol, something but couldn't make up his do seem to remember a stormy
said Bowie to himself. He knocked not wholly conceal. "It wouldn't bea night, a terrible fight, and beir.g
"Shall I confess?" she murmured."I mind what to say.
he heard a movement sister and car- .
again just as Dona Maria, snatched up with my
haven't slept, and I have hardly question of terms,
least
within. Mother of God he said at length. "But it would be ried away by other Indians-at I
left ,
eaten since ,
you
the words came Ter-
"Who's there? them such. But both
from Cap- I thought I
hard for to get away
You me
relief to are
what see
in the loud hoarse tones of a man a you tain Sutter. I should have to talk ecita and I were so far gone we .. KOHLER
just awakened. Bowie, making no sure you" are not wounded? with him before I could give a defi- knew little of what went on about 'ONE, NIGHT' CORN. SALVED
"No. .5INCE' 4
knocked third time. AT ALL DRUG-STORES
answer, a and I
told us.
nite answer. I've you,
there?" This time the tone "Honestly? '
"Who's that the happiestdays (TO BE CONTINUED
"Honestly. tell you again,
was savage.



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The fellow threatened to commit .

turned suicide him every down.time a She certain refused girl : Peter B. Peeve
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him again the other night, and boy the D ./L left-over Filling food the icebox is a waste with scraps of room of

next morning a messenger
and usually of food. Never allow r
called with this note:
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them to accumulate.
,
"Darling-By the time you read i
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this, my body will be floating down 1
4 Plant
bulbs close to the window
is not
the river. Life without you 5
worth while. Shed no tears over panes and away from the heat of
the room instead of starting themin
me, but remember I have always
a dark room. You will get
loved Good-by for ever.
you.
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*
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yl'J Brass knockers and doorknobs
"What arc you waiting for? she
that are exposed to the weather
asked.
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f if rubbed with paraffin after
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swer, ,/ soft, dry cloth.
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EIGHT THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY, JANUARY 10, 1941


the IDA IN CHANCERY.THE paper of General circulation In. Hen- .
I ture. A photostatic copy is ; (SEAL) _
Pathe News CameramanIs in court and FLORIDA LAND AND TIMBER dry County Florida, for a period of WILLIAM: T. HULL, Clerk
recognized
only type COMPANY, a corporation, four consecutive weeks immediately Circuit Court; Hendry County f.
nearly all county seats in the state ,PLAINTIFF, proceeding February 3, 1941. Florida. ,.
Here This Weel with these machines. VS WITNESS my hand and official seal, FRED H. MELLOR ..
are equipped HERMA N. CLARK, ET ALS, at the Court House In LaBelle, Hen- FORT MYERS FLORIDA, '
This is the only one in the lake DEFENDANTS.THE dry County. Florida, this 2nd day of Attorney for Plaintiff.
area so far as.known. STATE' OF FLORIDA, to, I January; 1941. Pub. Jan. 3, 10, 17, 24, and 31.
MRS. ELIZABETH E. WILTSE. a
of New York City, a .
H. Winner, widow, whose address and place cf --' --
cameraman for the Pathe News, is residence is, 171 Evergreen Avenue,
in Clewiston today taking a ''number NOTICE OP ANNUAL MEETING OF Elmhurst, Illinois; and to,. Report of Condition of "y<
THOMAS A. GREEN, and his wife,
LANDOWNERS OF
of movie shots of the sugar industry SUGA11LAND DRAINAGE DISTRICT MRS. THOMAS A. GREEN, whose other -'I r ,.
which he hopes to Incor- and further name or names are unknown FIRST BANK OF CLEWISTON
If the said Thomas A. Greenbe I
porate in a newsreel to be made Notice is hereby given that pur- married; and if the said ThomasA.
within a short time. suant to call of the Board of Super- Green be dead, to all persons claim- of Clewiston in the State of Florida, at the close"of
visors of Sugarland Drainage District, ing any interest in the following
Mr. Winner was vacationing in the annual meeting of the landowners lands in Hendry County, Florida, to- business :
Miami when he received word from of Sugarland Drainage District wit: on December 31 1 1 1940 :
1941 will be held at the
for the year ,
his office to work slowly back office of said District In the City Section Six (6), Township Forty- ASSETS
eight (48) South, Range Thirty-
at Clewiston. Hendry I
the state taking picturesof Hall Building
through two (32) East,
subjects which he County Florida, on, Wednesday, Jan-, Loans and discounts .................................................--.........._......$116,857.13
M. the heirs,
any news uary 29, 1941, at ten o'clock A. as devisees grantees or
discover. Stopping in the Eastern Standard Time, for the pur- otherwise, under the said Thomas A. United States Government obligations, direct and guaranteed 7940000Obligations
might poses of: Green, whose names and places of of States and political subdivisions .:............:......"... 28,676.55Cash
Eastern '''Division and seeing the 1. Electing one Supervisor for a term residence are unknown, the last balances with 'other banks, including reserve balances ,

harvesting of the sugar cane he of three years. Thomas known place A. Gre-en of residence being Washington of the said, and cash items in process of collection *........................!... 187204.46.
became very much interested and 2. Receiving annual reports and tak- D.'C. Bank premises owned $2,795.28, furniture and fixtures:'" -

was referred to the Clewiston of- ing such the action landowners with respect determine thereto -; You and each of you are hereby 11,046.93. ............................................................................ 3,842.21
as
fice. Here he was given permission and notified that a Bill of Complaint has (Bank premises owned are subject to No liens not

to take any and all shots he 3. Transacting such other businessas been entitled filed cause against by you the above in the named above assumed by bank) ,

wished and while poor weather may come before-the meeting. Plaintiff, wherein It is sought to Real estate owned other than bank premises ............................ 4,189.01
he BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF foreclose a mortgage given by the Other assets ..................................................._..........__.................., 396.36
Thursday prevented any pictures SUGARLAND DRAINAGE DISTRICT.By Defendant, Mrs. Elizabeth E. Wiltse,

remained over today to take the : F. Deane Duff, erty to the, to-wit Plaintiff: on the following prop- TOTAL ASSETS ...........................................................: .....$420,565.72
shots he wanted. Views of all President. :

harvesting operations will be made, To Dated be January published 3,In 1941. North"The Northeast one-half of Quarter the southeast and the LIABILITIES

such as'the cutting stripping, wa quarter of Section Thirty-four
issues of January 10th
(34), Township Forty-eight (48) Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations 269,724.22
and 17th.
hoisting.At
and
gon spotting, loading South, Range. Thirty-two East, in Time deposits bf individuals, partnerships, and corporations 57.00
the sugar house he will showan Hendry County, Florida, Deposits' United States Government (including postal '

incoming cane train, a car of said and to Thomas foreclose A. a Green mortgage to the given Plain-by savings) ..................:............................................................. 10,000.00
OF MEETINGThe
cane being dumped and then sev- NOTICE tiff on the following property: Deposits of States and political subdivisions ............................ 85,622.33
eral interior views of the sugar annual meeting of the membersof Section Six (6), Township Other deposits (certified and officers' checks, etc.) ................ 1,114.02 7.
house and manufacturing opera- the. Clewiston Federal Savings and Forty-eight (48) South, Range TOTAL DEPOSITS :.._...........................366517.57
Loan offices Association on Wednesday will afternoon be held ,in Jan-its Thirty-two County, Florida.(32) East, Hendry Other liabilities-Dividends Payable ........:............................... 750.00
tions.Mr. uary 15, 1941, at five o'clock. This is to require each of you personally TOTAL ..LIABILITIES (not including subordinated
Winner told corporation of- Signed to be and appear to the said obligations shown below) ............................................$367,267.57
ficials that he particularly wish- W. C. OWEN, Bill of Complaint at the office of the
Secretary. Clerk of the Circuit Court. of Hendry :
.
ed to bring out the sugar story as Pub. :Jan. 3, 10, 1941. County; Florida, at LaBelle, Florida, .-' ., CAPITAL:-. ACCOUNTSCapital -
an item of National Defense: This on or, before Monday, February 3rd

he said is the predominating- news 1941, be otherwise taken as the confessed Bill of, and Complaintwill Plaintiff Surplus :::....::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: 15,000.00 20,000.00: :

of 1941. ORDER OF PUBLICATIONIN allowed to proceed ex parte.IT Undivided profits ..........................__............................................. 18,298.15
IS FURTHER ORDERED that ,r ")
THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND this Order of Publication be published '
HandicapContinued- ',.'. FOR HENDRY COUNTY, FLOI-t- in The Clewiston, ,News, a news- TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ........................................ 53,298.15TOTAL

LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ........ 420,565.72This

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bank's capital consists of $ none of capital notes and debentures;
facilities.All .
-in all, a good season, is ex- first preferred stock with total par value of $ none, total retirable value
pected. The course willjr;.'be in, $ none; second preferred stock' with total par value 'of $ none, total
than in retirable value. $ none; and common stock with total par value of
better shape at any time '
the past. .' ..''. V jf 15000.00, _' ," .. ._ '

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Photostat CLEWISTON 60LF Pledged assets (and securities loaned) (book value) :

. -zZ.: .. .' (a) U. S. Government obligations, direct and guaran- .
I teed, pledged to secure deposits and other liabilities $ 44,500.00b
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( ( ) Other assets pledged to secure deposits and other
board. The size of the re-produc- COURSE liabilities (including notes and bills rediscountedand

iton is easily regulated'by' a ser- securities sold under repurchase agreement) .. 13,000.00

ies of dials and the raising or low-

ering of the camera lens. After .. TOTAL f .....................t...........................................................$ 57,500.00

the picture is taken the film is ,,. ,.\r' ;. .:\:

automatically cut to the size de- ... :. ........... n. ...... I Secured and preferred liabilities:
sired and, is wound through a -:' '
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covered on a conveyor belt ." .. '" (a) Deposits secured by pledged assets"pursuant: to
to a dark passage cabinet, and thence to the : :)' I I requirements. of law .'..........................................-..... 57,500.00


dark room for developing.The :TOTAL ...................................................... ............ ...............$ 57,500.00
equipment has been used -
'
considerably already! by the en- Subordinated. obligations: .. "

gineering department': with, most (a) On date of report the required .legal reserve .

satisfactory results and will' prob- Open to the Public ] against deposits of this bank was ...__..................... 67,303.51
ably be used more often in, the fu- s (b) Assets ,reported above which were eligible as legal

reserve amounted to ......._....:...............................--.. 204,104.46

L. Stewart; Cashier, of the above-named bank, do solemnly
::N:N 1 N:..N:1/N N :N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:11;N:M:N:N:N:N:1 I, 'Elbert it fully and correctly
swear that the above statement is true, and that
V V represents the true state of the 'several matters herein contained and

; r fj ::: set forth, to, the.. best of my knowledge and belief. ... ,_ ...;

CORRECT-Attest: ,j : :'
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ys:: IT IS NOT UNLAWFUL TO .; *' ....,
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.;. DESTROY U. S. COINS :s: :. \, "fJ: <, > :> ELBERT L. STEWART +, :, : .,. .1. ';
:. 4-- C. V. PARKINSON. r; :
._ No Federal law forbids the .;- ".t,, : .' .: ,-';
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:s: total destruction of coins; ? Moderate: Greed Fees _. C. L. DOWNS '
R. E. KURTZ .'. ;
0;. however, a statute does" for= :: Directors. ,
bid the mutilation or lights .; _
x Fairways .
Exceptional of Hendry, ss:
State of Florida, County
:: ening of a coin in -such a way ;.s'

.i. that it may later be circulat :.f. Interesting Greens =, Sworn to and subscribed before me this 10th day of January, 1941
:x: ed i.its impaired'condition.. and I hereby, certify that I am not an officer or director of this bank.
.s. 1.Nuggets of Knowledge"Geo. .:::
:. W. Stimpson. s.S I BETH NALL. Notary Public.

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