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Title: The Clewiston news
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Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: February 14, 1941
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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F VOLUME 1C-NUMBER: 10 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 14, 1941 SUBSCRIPTION-$2.00 PER YEAR :.':' '\

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DISTRICT WELFARE I Louisiana Congressman WARD TO ADVERTISE Bitting, In Baton Rouge, I AMERICAN LEGION ,


Desires Quota Change La., To Attend HearingClarence

: BOARD MET IN FT.MYERSWEDNESDAY. LOCAL BILLS, PRIOR ENTERTAINS WIVES I

l Congressman Sanders of ,Louisiana R. Bitting, president of I

stated this week ,that he would TO 1941 SESSIONState the ,United States Sugar Corporation AND BOY SCOUTSClewiston !
is appearing at a hearing in
make an effort to secure a sugar -
Baton Rouge, La., as the principal
quota change this year which would witness of Florida sugar cane processors Post
Senator David Elmer 'Ward No. 93 of Amer-
,
J. A. McGehee Hendry
Mrs. ,
permit Louisiana and other domestic to determine the division'of

County member of the district wel- producing 'areas to increase moved this week toi, put, an end to,f the marketing quota of sugar ican bers Legion of 'the entertained Clewiston Boy the mem-Scout

l, fare board, Elbert .L. Stewart, representative acreage sufficiently to attain "ef- the flood of local bills which are tbetween Florida and, Louisiana. pro- troop and the wives of post mem-

r in the legislature, and ficiency agricultural operation." often proposed after a session of cessors.I bers at a Ladies' Night meeting at ,
' 'Legislature has started and } The marketing quota for the domestic the Inn Th&I I
the Tuesday evening.
,Mrs. Keathley Bowden; representing i The Congressman criticized the '
I cane areas was set recently
the News, attended a' meeting ,j recent report ol Secretary of Agriculture with which the Senator and Rep- i lllby the Department of Agriculture Scouts the furnished evening.All the entertainmentfor

,of district 8, state welfare board, II Wickard and said that he resentative are unfamiliar, by requiring -land the Baton Rouge meeting is

held in Fort Myers Wednesday. The I. paid much more attention, to Cuba that any proposed local leg-; held to determine the quota of each regular business was dispensed -

1 and. the Phillipines than to the islation be advertised now or well processor. There are only two Flor- with for the meeting. Legionnaires

purpose ,of the meeting was to ac- I:domestic 'areas having recommended -. in advance of the session and thata ida processors and the. United J and their wives were

) quaint legislators and representatives increases for them but none to copy; be handed to him and to States Sugar Corporation gets the seated in the dining room at tables,,

,' of the press with 'the work mainland growers.FUNERAL RepresentativeJ: Elbert L. Stewartin .larger part of the Florida quota. J a place at each of which was reserved -

being done by the welfare board. ,,- order that they may thoroughly for a Scout. AfterJ -

the present status of its work in familiarize themselves .with this J they were seated the Scouts, led

the various counties of the district legislation, by their Scoutmaster, Charles Ben-

and the need of additional funds for SERVICES "The Constitution," Mr., Ward MRS. LUDEKENS DIES son, marched into the dining room

the work. in formation, broke ranks when
writes in a letter this week to the

D. W. Ireland, chairman, presided FOR MRS. MARKETTEFuneral News, "contemplates, that at least IIN. DAUGHTER'S HOMEMrs. commanded to do so and took their-

over the meeting and was ably' as- thirty days. notice' be given prior places at the tables. H. R. Hall
sisted in explanations by Miss Mar- acted as chaplain and gave the in.
to the introduction of a bill of local -

tha Nelson, state field representative nature, or else that it be sub- Martha S. Ludekens died vocation.
and Miss Daisybel Clement, services for Mrs. Mary Following the dinner' CommanderC.
mitted to the 'voters before becom- Wednesday morning at the home
director of the district offf e. L. Markette, 52, who passed'away ing effective. Oftentimes ,this is V. Parkinson called upon J. E.
of her daughter, Mrs. G. B. Rack-
at her home here Monday after a Beardsley!? to introduce the visi-
I
\ Briefly it was brought out that I done after we have left for Tallahassee straw.
the' state welfare board administers, long illness, were held at two o'- Inasmuch as it 'is exact-,] Funeral, services were conducted tors and ladies. Among these were

' funds of Old Age Assistance, Aid clock Wednesday afternoon at the ly two months before the conveningof Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock at' Mrs. J. A. 1IcGeheevho lived in
with' the Rev. j
to the Blind, and Aid to Dependent Community Church the 1941 Session of the ,Legisla- the ,Ferguson Chapel, West Palm the ;Everglades during the first
Forest C. Taylor, former pastor of i World War, Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs.
Children. The' first two funds are ture, I have advised Hon. ElbertL. J Beach. The Rev. Clark Neale Edwards -
that church, officiating, assisted by W. C. Owen, Mrs. J. Morrison:: ,
.derived equally from state and fed- Stewart that I am, adopting and pastor of the First Presbyterian
Rev. H. C. Meador, pastor, of theBaptist Mr. and Mrs. A.. L. Morrison
Mrs.J. .
' eral grants. The Aid to Dependent intend to follow a ,requirement, that I I Church, officiated. Burial
Children is two-thirds state funds Church. any proposed local legislation be was in Hillcrest cemetery. E. Beardsley, Mrs. Homer Taylor -

and' one-third federal funds. In It' is probable that never before advertised now and, ,well in ad- I I i ,Born in Augusta Ga., Mrs.:1 ,: Mrs. G. B. Thomas, Mrs. C. E.

addition to administering these has there been such a beautiful ,dis- vance of the Session and handed Ludekens came to West; Palm Beachin Berner, Mrs. R. N. Miller of La-

funds the welfare board is 'charged play of ,floral offerings at a funeral to us so that ample opportunitywill I 1919 and later moved to Clewis- Belle Mrs. E. M. Cornette, Mrs. 0.-

,.., with CCC enrollments,' with certifying here and loving friends quickly be given us to be fully informed ton, where for the last six years F. Schiffli, Mrs. F. D. Duff, Mrs.

applicants to the WP.A filled the little church to over- on 'the proposed legislation. ,This she had lived. She was a charter N. V. S. Mumford and Mrs. W. B.

rolls, and with sponsoring, the flowing and the crowd spilled out will necessarily affect the School member ,of' the First Presbyterian Cassidy, Mrs. S. C. Stalls, Mrs.J .

tribution of surplus .c mmodit1 diS-1 onto the church lawn. Spooner and Board, County Commissioners and I Church and The Wheel, West Palm M. Couse and Miss Bertha Gramof

In Hendry County at present Engelhardt of Fort Myers had other subdivisions of ,our Govern-, Beach. Moore Haven. Scoutmaster
are charge, of the funeral arrange- ", 'Benson then ,introduced the visit-
old ment.
persons receiving age assistance j I Survivors include two daughters,

and 16 applications are ments and the ,body lay in state'at.. Those who plan to sponsor any Mrs. E. M. Kendrick, Miami, and ing Scouts.A .
the church for hour precedingthe contest had been arranged by
pending. These cannot be acted I an local bill at the coming session Mrs. Rackstraw; one brother, Dr.
services.A W. C. Owen, chairman of the Scout
upon until funds are available At which opens on ,April 8 should take George W. ShackelfordAug'usta',
.the time there 18 children of Mrs. Irma committee., for? the three Scout patrols
present are quartet composed' care to observe Senator Ward's and several grandchildren in Mi-
'
in 7 famijies in Hendry County Smith, Mrs. Hazel Prewitt, R. N. ruling' and make arrangements for ami. the winner of which was to

'receiving aid to dependent children Smith and J. E, Beardsley' sang: drawing up the bill and having it get its choice of three prizes furnished -

'i ':' ," and applications of 32 children in "Jesus, I Come" and ."Come Ye advertised as soon as possible.. by' the Legion. This contestwas
>>: U.S.S.C. Exhib.it.At based"on
"" '>101tramiUe:;,.' iiirfot 0 be acted upon Disconsol te'" aiik-Gsr. Smith sang, ., J attendance- uniform

until more funds are available. as'a solo,' "My 'Mothers,.Song.1' ,Mrs. : '"i score In a ten-question' ""quiz, explanation -
Fort of what first aid
Attending ,the meeting were D. Christine Doty was accompanist.The Myers Fair measures
I to use in a given condition and a
W. Ireland, chairman, Mrs Merle Scripture reading and prayer SUGAR CORPORATIONADDS --
list of Good Turns done by each
C.' Kayton, Hardee, Mrs. D; Graham I were given by Rev. Meador and One of the outstanding exnibits
patrol leader between Jan. 25 and
,. Copeland, Collier, Mis. A. R. Bar-: Rev. Taylor, of Fort Lauderdale, at the Southwest Florida Fair
' nett, :Manatee, Mrs. J. A. 'McGehee, gave a brief but inspiring tribute to MORE CATTLE which opens on Monday in Fort :Feb. 10. The quiz was also-: givento
the members and visitors
. Hendry, L. M. Lilly, Glades, and the memory of this beloved wQ nan. Myers\ will be that of the United
-," The winning paltrol was the
C. Parke Anderson, Highlands, I Ed Ward and Ed Clark were HERE States Sugar Corporation in, theHendr'y ''
FOR FATTENING '
Tiger' Patrol of which Nick Schiffliis
members, Miss Martha Nelson,. state ushers, R. L. Coker, 'Jr., A. W., County exhibit leader with 277 points. They

field representative, Miss Daisybel Johnson, Carl' Johnson, James The principal attraction, is likelyto
chose the Scout axe as a prize. The
: Clement, director, and Miss Jennie Wynne, John Kettl and C. Ahient be the three blooded steers
Twenty-four head of bred Alligator Patrol, Sherwood Hall
Bell 'secretary, Mrs. Florence Black, 'were active pallbearers and H. C. pure which have been fattened 'on Florida
black Aberdeen-Angus yearlingswere leader, was second with 242 %
county home superintendent, Miss Kolstad A. O. Ward, J. F. Tippey, grown feeds produced largelyby
purchased by the United points and received a snake-bite
Thelma Jones, Bradenton Unit, R.V.. Turk, M. W. Bigg, Jerry the sugar corporation. A feeding -
kit. The Flying Eagles ofwhich
States Sugar Corporation ;at Irvine, ,
Miss Sarah Kirkpatrick, Fort My }Wilcox, O. A. Jones and Joel 'Keen trough similar to that used
near Ocala, and were delivered here Sonny Vaughn is patrol leader, took
ers Unit, staff members, J. H. were honorarypallbearers.. here in the fattening pens will be
this week to'' be placed in at third, and'the pocket compass
pens
Peeples, Glades, E. L. Stewart, placed in thee cattle pen in Fort
Interment was in the Fort Myers the old Clewiston dairy to'Jj fin- with 240 points.In .
Charles E. Lanier and the feeding will be
Hendry, legislators I Myers carried
cemetery and a large number of ished with the experimental rations the future the Legion will give
Ronald Halgrim, News-Press; out exactly, as is done here
friends from Clewiston which have been used for some' time similar prizes every three months
Allen H. ,Andrews, Estero Eagle, with rationing, minerals, etc., ex-
ied the there for
family accompan-'I' in finishing steers from a with attendance. meetings count-
range
and Mrs. Keahley Bowden, Clewiston' : I plained to anyone interested.In .
services. nearby ranch. ing five points per boy per meet-
II t
News. the main booth will be shown
'Mrs. Markette 'had been ill almost 'Last 'week four carloads: of cat- I the various kinds of feed produced ing, complete uniform at meet-

all of the time since the family ing, fire points, advancement from
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tle were received and placed in the
here in addition to the ,usual display -
.ti FFA Enjoys Splendid moved to Clewiston from LaBel pens, :166 'head Cattle in this of sugar products and the tenderfoot to second-class thirty

e about ,eight 'years ago. All shipment were from threequarterto dioramas. There will also be a points, advancement from'second
At that medical science' could to first-class, 50 points each merit
Program Meeting do to seven-eighths-bred Hereford and
: I sample of lemon grass and of the
: prolong her life had been done but Brahma stock. 94 ,range steers had lemon'grass oil which is extracted badge 20 points each new member
. -, for the past several weeks her devoted 50 points, inviting and having
.:( previously been placed in the pens from it for use in making various
The "Clewiston of husband and children knew fathers 'present at meetings 20
Chapter Future
so ,that now the corporation has commodities. There will also be
.:. Farmers of America ,held its regular that the' end would. come at any for experimental purposes '264 headof an ice-box in 'which will be displayed points per visitor and inviting and

meeting on Monday night in time. stock and will be able to watch cuts 'of treat taken .from a having present a Legionnaire, 10
- : the vocational agriculture classroom Surviving are her husband, points. The next awards will be
I the reaction of 'the feeding on pureb range ,steer fattened with the lem
:of the grade school building. Thomas A. Markette; a daughter, (Continued on Page 8)
,!d, part-bred and range stock. ongrass pulp and molasses feed and

The meeting was opened by Paul I Miss Mary Markette-, and a son-, r, The ,same basic feed will, be used pure' molasses.

'-, Pullen, vice-president, and the Thomas E. Markette, all of Clewis- in the experimental feeding as l The Fair runs all next ,week and $100 Cleared On

" first business discussed'was the 'organizing ton and a brother, T. S. ,Pope of I' previously lemongrass pulp and J will feature exhibits of Lee, Char-

.,,, of a diamond ball team Fo-rJ Worth, Texas: molasses, a 'small amount of concentrates lotte, Glades, Hendry and Collier. Oyster Supper HereThe

. which is one of the contests which, and an unlimited quantity counties. There will also be unusually -

"-, we expect, to enter. Several other Phillip Morris' JohnnyIs r of pure molasses. The use of good midway attractions.
items' of business'W taken oyster supper given by tbe-
re care unlimited molasses in all 'six pens,
!, of before the meeting was turned Visitor Ladies Aid of: the Community
Wednesday 'where previously it was rationedin Kiwanians ,SeeEducational .
. over to Eric, Thomas, chairman of all but one pen indicates that the i I:Church at the Community Center-

. :.. the program committee. value of molasses feeding has been FilmsWm. Thursday evening was the most
'l "Johnny," page boy on the i successful one ever'' held here and
We were entertained 'by Aaron proven. '
.'0' various Phillip Morris ,cigarette I ,the ladies estimate that they will
Knight, his harmonica and guitar Meanwhile cuts ,of meat from Cattle -
',. and by Robert Hodges and Sonny radio programs, whose voice is fattened by the corporation are Walker, representative of 4 clear almost a hundred dollars.

<,: Vaughn with their clarinets. After familiar to millions, paid"a visit to much in demand_ locally and those }[ Halsey-Griffith, West Palm Beach, More than two ,hundred suppers

, :, the very entertaining musical numbers Clewiston Wednesday and took who have tried: 'it are, amazed 'at furnished the program for the week- were served. "
, we sang songs and played luncheon at the Clewiston Inn. He the tenderness and excellent tasteof ly meeting of the Kiwanis Club on The supper is an annual' event

; :' games. Among these were "kissingthe was en route from Tampa to Mi the meat far ,superior in the Wednesday evening, several reels of given by the ladies to raise money
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for[ churchneeds and always proves
ami. home-made movies, shown on a
hocus-pocus book, blowing
an
opinion of many to western beef
egg across the, line, how does the Johnny is a midget and is, said projector similar' to that which is' ,very popular. The room was: packed -
high price.
Imported at a ,
monkey do; and others. to be about thirty 'years of age but I proposed to be put in the school with diners from six o'clock untIl -

seen from a short distance he appears here for the showing of educationalfilms. l eight, the hours of serving.Decorations .
one member
Only
from
. the
GROWERS
VEGETABLE TO VISITA calendulae-
of
J to be about roses
eight of
years age
seventh grade and none from the .
and his voice is that excellent and nasturtiums were veQattrac-
of a small There were some very
eighth was present due to a weiner"J.
.-/.. .", : roast for the sixth, seventh and boy. He was, kept busy here giv- group of approximately: twenty- olored fishing pictures taken off'11 j I tive.Mrs. .
< ., 'eighth grade football boys that ing autographs and posing for five members of the Vegetable the Palm Beach coast and an edu- J. Grady Niblack was gen
Growers Association of Americawill 'Gathering 4 eral chairman of the committee for'
. photographers for some time after cational film entitled
/ night.
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1 .
luncheon. visit Clewiston on February the News" put out by the American I the supper and expresses her ap-

?t-' '. We plan to have an even more' Johnny tours the country in his 20th, and have made reservationsfor Bankers Association and the ]preciation to the following firms
>::
. enjoyable program' at our next reg- own special-built midget car of luncheon at the Inn. Associated Press. i and individuals who made donations

or ular'meeting on February 24 and English make and has his' own The party ,will come out from Two new members of the club, I toward t the supper: Armour and'

.' urge every member to be present. chauffeur He was accompaniedfrom West Palm Beach and will visit W. -A. Davis, warehouse superin-I Co., Wilson and Co., Alfar Cream-,
Regular meetings, are held on the : McMillan Mrs. Jay W.,
Co., Mr ,
Tampa to Clewiston by one various farms along the route on tendent, and Hub Spooner, Chevrolet ery
I second and fourth Mondays of each Phillip Morris district representative the South Side of the Lake. They dealer, were introduced and Moran, Mrs. C. L. Downs, Mrs. M.
month ,from 7:00 to ,8:00 p. m. F. ,D. Duff, Bell
"' and was met here by the com- will make the trip through the two visitors, Zerney Meredith and W. Bigg, Mrs.
SONNY VAUGHN, pany's Miami district representative. sugar mill here and be shown the Albert Stevens of the soil conservation Baking Co., A. O. Ward, B. and B.

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SUNDAY Lesson bright shining: light

'Ne'th z bwKel of shyness

By HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST. D. D. I is hid,
Dean of The Moody Bible Institute
.P of Chicago. 3o I gossip tJong with
(Released Union.
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Tf\y friend, Inner 3eF) :

THE INNOCENT BYSTANDER: Like Tl?rcu3 Avrelius

The Front Pages: Benito's set- Lesson for February 16 "
backs have made him a little punchyHis did.RMeCMn
rag is whining that the Fascist T" [ .
into before it Lesson subjects and Scripture texts seected -
war
was pushed
army and copyrighted by International
was ready. That's from the great 4y Council permission.of Religious Education; used by t.
warrior who waited 'til France was \
on the floor before jumped in and I'

swung And you'll notice that JESUS TEACHES FORGIVENESSAND
Finito, who argues that "war is the GRATITUDELESSON

most glorious adventure of all," is WNU Service.HOSIERY.
punishing his son-in-law Ciano by TEXT-Luke 17:1-4, 1119.
letting him have a little of it other GOLDEN TEXT-Be ye kind one to an. I
tenderhearted forgiving one another
Red Star, journal of the Bolshy even as God for Christ's sake hath forgiven i
army, and the N. Y. Times are you.-Ephesians 4:32. I
seeing eye to eye. Both came out CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT
with data showing the Axis powers Did you ever hear of "vinegar
had overmatched themselves with saints"? They are the Christian folk

Britain The Washington Times- who are "preserved" (as Paul
Herald fell into line for a Pulitzer prayed in I Thess. 5:23), but are |
blessing by digging up that alleged apparently pickled instead of sweet
sale of civil service records to a ened. Every housewife knows that

couple of "naturalized" Americansfrom things may be preserved with sugaror

The French with vinegar.
Germany wire service, Havas, has been taken -- i, God never intended it- to be that O. Perfumes Negligee. Socks Raincoats.
Sheets. Blankets. Stamp brings parti. Smith
over by the Vichy puppets and will GUARANTEED TO GET THE FAMILY. UP IN THE MORNINGSee I way. All through His'Word there are Sales Agency,3206 Michigan Ave.., Chicago.
operate as the French Office of Information ( Recipes Below.) admonitions and encouragements to
Meaning Berlinformation gracious and considerate living. Every
Funniest newspaper com- BREAKFASTS TO GET THE bled yeast, sugar, and sale Add 2 Christian is under orders to WATER HEATERSAutomatic

ment came from D. Boone's colyum.He FAMILY UP cups flour, beating thoroughly. Add "grow in grace" as well as in the Electric Water Heater 30 Gal.
melted shortening and beaten eggs. Finest quality $30. Buy direct from factory
Americans
spoke of the many knowledge of our Lord Jesus ChristII half. Valuable information free.
including Mr. Willkie, who had goneto "The nice thing about breakfasts"said Add remaining flour, beating until ( Pet. 3:18). This lesson stresses White save Products Corp., Lansing, Mich.
London to "verify the war." one' newlywed, "is that you smooth. Add raisins. Fill greased two- leading Christian graces.I. .
don't have, to plan them, you just muffinpans half full. Brush with .

The Wireless: To date none of the serve them." Although it is possibleto butter (if desired), cover and set in" but Always Forgiveness-Not Possible (Always vv. 1-4)Easy. Density of FogsIn
has answered .a query get a breakfast with whatever warm place to rise until doubled in
popped appeasers by James P. Warburg on a there is at hand in the line of toast, bulk '(about 45 minutes). ''Bake in The Bible is ever realistic in its 1921, the British weather bureau -

recent broadcast. He wanted to coffee, and fruit juices, a little plan- moderately hot oven (400 degrees approach to life. God knows that set up standards for describ-
does dividends.For Fahrenheit) for 15 minutes. Christians must live in just our kind
know why those who are having ning yield big ing fogs which fall into more or
it is planning that makes possible of world; in fact, your kind of world,
such alarms about President Roose- Bran Griddle Cakes. less definite categories. They
and makes
for it.
velt's "dictatorship" haven't expressed the breakfast specialties that (Makes 15 cakes provision range from "very dense," in
themselves on a world dictatorship get the laggards out of bed in the IVk milk Offenses cannot be avoided. There which objects become invisible at

by the Axis thugs morning-and down to eat before 1 cups(well-beaten) will always be occasions for stum ; 27 yards distance in the daytime,
they And that's important, be- egg bling. No matter how closely we '
Gen'l Johnson opposed Warburg's go. 2 tablespoons melted fat' through "thick, "rather thick,
to' they miss the Vitamin C in may guard our children, they will "
side-that being one of his days cause IVz cups flour (all-purpose) "fog, "moderate, "mist or thick
be against the lend-lease measure the orange or tomato juice 'when Vz salt ,face temptations. Let us prepare haze," and "slight mist or haze"in

Boris Karloff was a very bright they skip breakfast, the Vitamin B 2%teaspoon baking powder them to meet them with the powerof which objects are visible at a
scholar on the Fadiman grilling.The in the whole grain cereal, the iron 1 teaspoons Christ, and let us be so prepared distance of 7% miles. '

guy can scare you with learning, in the egg yolk, which aren't always Vz tablespoon bran cereal sugar ourselves.The .
too! Linton Wells offered a made up later in the day. cup fact that offenses must come
laugh in his news session. He reported Here, then, are some breakfast Combine milk, beaten egg and does not excuse the one who creates

that the Fascists built lots of menus, and some recipes! for new. cooled melted fat in mixing bowl. the cause of stumbling. Someone is I
first class roads in Ethiopia after breakfast special- Sift flour once before measuring.Then responsible for every such occasionfor

they rolled Haile Selassie. Now, he ties, that are add salt, baking powder, and offense, and the woe of God is WiE PEZFIO EUM JEIt t
said, they find them very useful to guaranteed to'get sugar and sift again. Combine dry pronounced upon him.

retreat over. They thought J. the family out of ingredients with bran cereal. Add to What shall I do about the one who
bed in the morn- milk, stirring until just mixed. Bakeon Tide Will Turn
Barrymore a yap for parading his thus tempts me and others? Just
J ing. Just let them a hot griddle and serve with butter When get into tight place,
private life. He now laughs last- grieve over it and look the other you ji
since he gets fancy moolah for jok- get one whiff of a and strained honey or, maple way? No indeed. "Rebuke him," and everything goes against you,

ing about it in public. But with platter of shiny syrup. says God's Word. Let us do itl! U till it seems as if you couldn't

Town Hall Meeting of the Air on at brown, sausages Grated Apple Waffles. he does not relent,- there is no occasion hold on a minute, longer, never
I the same time-how many listen to garnished' with (Makes 8 waffles) for forgiveness. To do so give up then, for that is just the

anything else? orange slices, like that in the picture 1% cups flour (all-purpose) would only encourage him in his sin. place and time the tide will turn. i

above, and no coaxing will be need- Vz teaspoon salt If he repents, or even says he -Harriet Beecher_ Stowe.,
The Story Tellers: Andre Mau- ed to get them down to breakfast. cinnamon
%
teaspoon repents, we are to forgive, not just
rois, who watched France's politi- QUICK BREAKFAST % cup sugar once, but over and over again (v.

cians ready that country for slaughter Chilled orange juice 2 teaspoons baking. powder 4).i, That's not .easy for any of us, Relief At Last
gives you the shudders with his Hot cornflakes over banana wedges 2 eggs but it is possible if we, like the disciples
account in Harper's. Some of the Oven eggs in cornbread cases 1 cup milk (see v. 5), ask God to "in

incidents are too much like the Pan-fried. bacon 13A cups cooking apple (grated or crease our faith," and use it as
goings-on among the pop-offs who Coffee, milk cut fine) u Jesus directs in verse 6. for Your Cough
claim to be good Americans 3 tablespoons melted shorteningSift
LEISURELY BREAKFAST II. Gratitude-the Almost Forgot.
Eleanor Roosevelt pays for her Creomulsion relieves promptly because .b
flour once before measuring.Then ten Christian Grace ( 11-19).
halves vv.
celebrity in Coronet. She gets her- Grapefruit it goes right to the seat of the
self credited with of the corni- Bran flake cereal with brown sugar' add salt, cinnamon, sugar, and Nine men wonderfully healed oi trouble to help loosen and expel
one
baking powder'and again. Sepa- germ laden phlegm, and aid natureto
and
cream the dreadful disease of leprosy and
est of the Commy gags-the one rate eggs. Combine milk, eggs, and soothe and heal raw, tender, inflamed
about the bolo sharing everythingbut Apricot.omelet Add only one said, "Thank you, to Jesus bronchial mucous mem-
cooled melted shortening. dry
his shirts-because he's got two Buttered toast "and he was a Samaritan," an branes.Tell your druggist to sell youa
ingredients to milk and egg and stir of Creomulsion with the
That Coffee, milk ,outsider or stranger. One wonders bottle understanding
shirts. made its
appearance lightly until just dampened. Fold in, you must like the way it
Corn Bread. whether in our own day of professed
about the time Karl Marx was rid-
grated apple. Beat egg whites until quickly allays the cough or you are
ing the soap-boxers The Sat- ((1 8-inch square) stiff and glossy and ,fold in, using enlightenment and culture the aver. to have your money back.CREOMULSION.
evepost in a letter to a subscribersaid age of those who express their grat
1% cups yellow corn meal (uncooked a spatula. Bake on pre-heated waf-
"When the U. S. is itude would even reach one-tenth.
: destroyed,
) with butter and
fle iron and serve
remember the Post said so, etc." % cup flour (all-purpose) brown sugar. "Gratitude is as scarce as friend. for Coughs: ,Chest Colds,Bronchitis

t P'raps it oughta be called The 4 teaspoons baking powder ship." ,Many there are who professto

Doomsday ,Evening Post. 1 teaspoon salt Apricot Omelet. be Christians who never offer Fruitless Harvest jJ
1 milk (Serves 4) praise to God ,for the provision ol
cup Who eat their corn while yet
THE,VILLAGE NEWS-PRESS 2 eggs (beaten) % pound dried' apricots their daily food, let alone for all 'tis \

(Prop and Editor, Walter Winchell) 2 tablespoons fat (melted) 1 cup water other temporal and spiritual bless- At the true green harvest, can but glean.
Ye ed's esteemed rival, the NY Sift corn meal with flour, baking % cup sugar ings. The kindness of friends is -Saadi.

Times editorial page, submits a powder and salt. Combine milk, 2 tablespoons quick-cooking tapioca taken for granted. The thoughtfulness .

brief, but pungent, question, as follows eggs, and shortening and add to dry % teaspoon salt of others is accepted without
: "We hope that when the Sen- ingredients. Bake in a wellgreased8inch 2 tablespoons butter comment.

ate Committee on Foreign Relations square baking pan, in a mod-' 4 eggs Have you told your minister that Miserablewith

calls its own witnesses to testify on erately hot oven (400 degrees Fahr-. Prepare apricots ahead of time. you appreciate his sermons and his
the proposed plan for aid to Britainit enheit) for 40 to 50 minutes. Cover them with water and let soak ministry in the community? Does backache ?

will invite Colonel Lindbergh to Eggs in Corn Bread Cases. 30 minutes. Then your Sunday School teacher know

return to the stand, if for no other (Serves 6) simmer until ten- that you have received help and
reason than to ask him this single 6 squares or slices corn bread der about '25 blessing in the ,class? Does the 'edi- WHEN suffer kidneys function badly and

question: 'You say we should pre- % cup butter (melted) minuteAdd: sug- tor of this paper know that you en- with dizziness, burning a nagging, scanty backache or too
pare to defend ourselves. Against 6 eggs ar and cook for 3 joy and appreciate this column? II frequent urination and getting up at
whom?' Salt minutes more..To you do, why not encourage, him by night; when you feel! tired, nervous
PepperCut make the omelet, calling him on the telephone or writing all upset use Doan's Pills. :A

Dern good question, say we. In off top crusty portion of corn drain juice from him a note to tell him so? Doan's are 'especially for poorly

fact, that's exactly the way we putit bread. Then remove part of corn the apricots and Young people, have you ever said working kidneys. Millions of boxes
only a few weeks ago in the col- bread from each measure. Fill to the % cup mark a real heart-felt "thank you" to your are used every year. They are recommended =
Ask
the
country over. your
yum called" : "Back-Talk: of a New slice, forming a p101V Ilrll with water, if necessary. Combine father or mother for all they have neighbor! .
Yorker. depression. Brush U tapioca, salt and apricot juice in top done for you? Perhaps some older
top of each slice ll of double boiler over boiling water sister or, brother or school teacheror
Mr. Q. Reynolds, who is visiting with melted but- and cook 10 to 12 minutes. Add 1 neighbor would be greatly heart.

friends and kin (after a long stayin ter. Break an egg tablespoon butter, remove from heat ened by such a word from you.
the British capital amidst bomb and cool. Separate eggs. Beat "I
into each depres- Someone may say, am grateful -
and shell), visited our sanctum and sion. Sprinklewith whites until they are stiff and will but I am not the type that
told this story. Seems a London citi- stay in a partially inverted bowl. WNU-7 7-41
salt and pepper, 'place on bak- talks about it. One wonders whether
zen was asked what he'd like to do Without washing beater, beat yolks ,
ing sheet and bake in hot.oven (475 Henry Van Dyke'was not right
in the war "I have my job degrees Fahrenheit) for 10 minutesor until thick and lemon-colored. Add when he said, "A dumb love is ac VIGILANCECOMMITTEE
all picked" out," he said "Whatis until white of egg is set. For egg yolks to tapioca mixture, then cepted only from the lower ani
it? they asked him, "in the Sui- quick breakfast, corn bread should lightly fold in egg whites: mals." A dog will show his thankfulness oJI

cide Squad-retrieving" bombs" thatdon't be prepared the day before." Melt 1 tablespoon butter 'in large: by wagging his tail, but a -
explode? "No, he replied Raisin .Sally Lunns. frying pan (10 inch). Turn in egg man has a tongue with which to say I
"I got it all picked outdon'tyou (Makes 2 dozen 2-inch Lunns) mixture. Cook over low heat for 5 kind and tender words of appreciation
worry about it" "But," minutes, then ''place in a moderateoven to both God and man. I ADVERTISING is a great vigilance
persisted "what is it 1 cup milk
they ? In the
(350 degrees Fahrenheit) to Most important of all, let us bear
% committee established
R.A.F.? Something dangerous and 1 cake compressed yeast ( .ounce) I ,
finish cooking for 15 minutes or until in mind that God awaits our wordsof
wonderful like that?" "No 3 tablespoons sugar 1
golden brown on top and firm to 'praise. Christ valued the" wordsof : and maintained in your inter-
salt
he said, "I want to be chauffeur to J/i teaspoon
the touch. Make a shallow cut of this and missed
gratitude man
General with A melted_shortening i that the who
a a yeller streak! cup est, to see men
2 across the omelet at right angles to them from the: nine others. When

Mr. Gallup reveals that FDR'spopularity 3 cups eggs sifted flour .(all-purpose) the pan. Cover half the surface He was in Simon's home (Luke 7: I aspire to sell to you will
with finely cut cooked dried apri- 44-46), He gently rebuked His host
has reached a new high.In Iii cup raisins always be worthy of trade;
cots. Fold omelet turn out your
over for failing to show him the ordinary
spite of the Chicago Tribune, NY Scald milk and cool to lukewarm I
onto hot and at
platter serve once courtesies of the household.
!
Sun and SEPost, by heck! (85 degrees Fahrenheit). Add crum- .



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Body Width and fus! > ;


'Blood Pressure
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RelationshipsBy Returned With ThanksIt ery night;, I .-,
I was a very tense scene in the morning. ;
DR. JAMES W. BARTON film. The audience sat enthralled. "Doctor '

(Released by Western Newspaper Union.:) Suddenly the hero slapped the her- nestly, "I : 'i

; Washington, D. C. life insurance com oine in the face. best. ......
\ years
THE NEW VICE PRESIDENT FOR In the stunned silence which followed -; i
have been publishing: ,, \
Senator Vandenberg, of Michigan a little voice piped up. '
droppped into the vice president's height and weight tables. Be- "Mummy," it said, "why Mrs. :

private office just before Henry Wal- cause of the differences in buildof doesn't she slap. him back like mannequin ;
'
lace was girding himself to make individuals you do?" worn by

his debut as president of the senate. corr panies theTODAY'S tracted"That her ,

rr He found Wallace with the senate Simple Modesty
chaplain, Rev. ZeBarney T. Phillips. advised examin- HEALTH "The best thing for you," said her next week, .

Vandenberg looked at the two ers to accept underweight the doctor, "is to give up drinkingand "Yes
..
men, apparently trying to decide and COLUMN smoking, go1 to bed early ev- vite her?"
which' was the more devout. Joshing overweight candidates -
;' Rev. Phillips, he said: "We won't :
for insurance accordingto
need you any more. Henry Wal-
lace can offer the prayer." whether they are narrow or AROUND

In senate circles it is generally wide in build.If H : :1

: agreed that Wallace will be every- they are of the narrow or grey- L THE HOUSEYou
thing that Garner "wasn't. Garner hound build, they can subtract 10
used to make his appearance for the pounds from the

opening at'noon, stay for 10 minutes, weight recorded on will find that fresh bread //l4yi 1
then disappear. Wallace will startat the tables for their will cut easier, if you heat the

noon and stay on the job, really height; if they are of knife.
r-/. running the senate in a conscien- :ty x I the wide or bulldog I IROSE

':., tious manner. build, they can add Iron scorches on white cotton, DARK .
:": f:; But what Garner did after he left 10 pounds to the recorded silk or linen materials may be CENTER > *

.;:;;-. .}.,r' the chamber, Wallace will fail to do. / weight for removed by dampening a cloth
..
. Garner was a mixer, a mixer of their height. This with peroxide of hydrogen, layingit

;::,..: .; men and a mixer of drinks. His means, then, that a over the scorch, then putting a
>h-.t;-,. backstage work was enough to put narrow man 5 feet 7 dry cloth over the damp one and -

. any bill across-or to kill it. inches in height"can pressing with a warm iron.
f As one senator put it; "Garner'soffice weigh 139 pounds *
.
- was the only place.in the senate 'Dr. Barton ;;tide man of To keep muslin curtains even
I
:: wing where we could always the same height 159 when laundering, put two curtains ;
< h }
!t1. count on getting a drink. We know" pounds and both are considered nor- together and iron as one curtain.
: : / can't count Wallace for that.
we on mal in weight. *
.
{" \ I I.
r Insurance statistics definitely show { vinegar put into soapy MAKE
,::<..; HOPKINS' SURVEY that the narrow individuals live I I water when washing aluminumware '
J Harry Hopkins went to Britain as
: .longer than the wide ones and we helps to keep it bright.
'A :.. / the.personal emissary of the Presi- J" any soft curve.'r"'w
,,., are told that this is not because wide *
\';? ,";; dent, but he also had a private assignment and who
individuals not (because
are as strong -
For windows-an old
washing fall heir
,:)p: :i from Mrs. 'Roosevelt.
they are usually stronger '
auto windshield wiper blade makesa color
':; e;,.' She asked the ex-cabinet member
r physically), but because they eat too
f..t-: to make a first-hand survey of the good utensil to wipe water from thusiasts
much for the amount of work doneor
,J: ,:::.: .." activities of English social welfareagencies house windows after they have them ;
exercise taken. Wide individuuls
,11. F both d'bli been 'washed. with dye;
.;,? iJ.r; private an by overeating are more frequently f
*
and
tea
.. ;,'i- under blitz conditions. Hopkins is attacked by heart vessel, liver and
w "'2:_ particularly fitted to make such a kidney ailments. Thin individuals, Before hanging: clothes on the time.

1 ;:idtr' study because of his many years as.fir ,on the other hand, usually eat less line freezing. weather, put pinson The _
: ....._ a New York social worker. the clothes in the house, then tions you
and because have
. they no excess
.
'f;: f .," Note-Mrs. Roosevelt has decided snap on line with double clothes
weight, are more apt to be active
.;.; \:5'',:. to break her recent self-imposed physically. pins. a flower .
-- plan to stick closer to Washington. Or you

'L 's". Following the election last November Blood Pressure 'Types.: Winter Hands-It is a good idea dallions,
. '
: ; she made up her mind to abandon Some interesting results from an to have a bowl of 'fine oatmealnear add a .

I ':"; her speaking tours. But on the investigation of the,relation''between at (hand, ,and to plunge the ting bag.
strong advice of friends she will resume body width and blood pressure are hands and wrists in this after tightly
.
,. i I. her practice of getting out in recorded by Drs. S.'C. Robinson and drying. The bowl can be kept cov- while

the country, feeling the pulse of public M. Brucer, in American Journal of ered, and the meal will last a long roses ;
:'-' ',: :' sentiment,. soon will visit the Medical Science. They divided time. then sew

>" .: <' Midwest. their patients into_six groups, from ,
.'
.
,1 '- c '
-
. "
" t/-:":. '* the very narrow to the very wide. ; it

:: :.t.. WILLKIE CLUBS They found that few of the narrow ;

It wasn't made public, but that type had high blood pressure whereas -' ;
meeting of. Willkie club chiefs in many of the,wide individuals had ASK ME ) A

. { F New York recently named a committee high blood pressure. The shape or /
-
f of 14 to draw up a plan for build of the individual related, as !
'r the future of the movement. definitely shown by the figures, to ANOTHER f on

.' :, ... Actually no one could agree on a blood pressure. ..
:.' definite policy., Some state leaders The thought then for wide individ-

reported that there was ,little hope uals is not to allow themselves to The Questions,

.. of keeping the clubs alive in their become overweight, because their

particular bailiwicks. Others, par- blood pressure is naturally high owe 1. What capital letter is used 1. The

,, .- ticularly in, Pennsylvania, disclosed ing to their wide build. most frequently.in English words? Funk
: that a plan already was afoot to set *, ard
2. What is a Jolly Roger? .
up a permanent organization of
Asthmatics Should 3. Of currants, cranber- 2. A
county units to be financed by sus- grapes,
taining membership, running all the Their ries, oranges, tomatoes and ba-' 3. All


members, to $100 for founders. botanists as berries? 5.

Members of the RobertG. 4. Without stopping to count ;
group are TODAY, while the cause of some games.
Allen, ex-Democratic congressman cases of asthma is unknown, a give the number of zeros in one 6. No,
from Pennsylvania who bolted cause for the majority of cases can billion. beetles.

to Willkie; Mrs. Henry Breckin- be found if diligent search be made. 5. In major league baseball, how the

ridge, N. Y.; Henry A. Budd, To- Research workers are now agreed often are games won by a no-hit, up to let
peka, Kan.; Arthur Bunker, N. Y.;' that asthma is not a disease but a norul'pitching! performance? they are. t C
r- Mrs. Marie Jay Cady, Grand Rap- of with
group symptoms not one buta 6. Are glow worms actually 7.
,:. ids, Mich.; Russell Davenport, Will- number of causes. ? '
worms record.
kie "discoverer" and
campaign
brain-truster James H. Drs. P. De Bersaques and A. 7. Where in the United States is Hamlet, : '
; DouglasJr.
., Chicago; John W. Hanes, for- Berat, in Archives of Medicine-Sur-, the longest stretch of railroad there is a
gery, Paris, stress the importance '
mer Roosevelt'undersecretary of the track without a curve? a single
"
I of the "constitutional" factor as an
treasury; William H. Harman Philadelphia
:: -
underlying cause of asthma and
:'J I ; Richard D. Logan, Toledo show that effective treatment can be
,_ Ohio; Oren Root, head of the
Willkie clubs, ; Howard M. Wall, realized problem of only the when makeup the or complex consti- I, THE SMOKE: OF SLOWER-BURNING CAMELS GIVES YOU

Portland, Ore.; Cloud Wampler Chicago
,
( troit.; and James' K. Watkins, De- tution understood.A of the. asthmatic is clearly EXTRA MILDNESS EXTRA COOLNESS EXTRA FLAVOR

,
,
study of 40 cases showed that
*\ '* *
.
'. there were three factors in the cause
INCOME TAX
CONSCIENCES
of asthma all of equal
importance:
With the arrival of
income taxes the public open conscience season for (1)) The respiratory (nose, throat, LIKE
lungs) factor, (2) the
; begins to hurt. People send money 1 (easily upset) of the instability ANYONE WHO SMOKES

:+ to the treasury, with no name at- trolling the organs of the nerves chest con-and K,,..., A GOOD DEAL, THE
tached to old
square debts.
abdomen, and (3) the liver
From San Francisco came a let- factor. ,0 EXTRA MILDNESS IN
';' ter containing $193 and the words, Having these three causes in mind t } SLOWER BURNING
,' they proceed to treat asthma from *
/ "A mistake in 1935. Penalty and in- :> '
", terest at ff per cent." the three different standpoints. For l CAMELS IS IMPORTANT

: From Norwich, Conn., an anony- the respiratory (breathing) they use F TOME
AND THE
:: .
epinephrine (adrenalin
) and
-' mous taxpayer sent in $15. From ephe-
.. :;;.:." Morris, Ill., a blind contribution of drine; for that part of the nervous LESS fk>2C FLAVOR IS SO I

:-:. $8. 'From Phoenix, Ariz., $1.80-this system controlling? lungs, heart and RA'NICOTINEt!
coming from a regular and frequent digestion, they use. a "quieting"
contributor.All drug such as beladonna and pheno- !

such money goes to the treasury's barbital; for the liver or hepatic '

"conscience fund." Total receipts system they recommend diet meth- ,
>a since the time of President ods and liver preparations.In than the average of the 4 other '- ff \

Madison, $647,563.98. \ cases where the asthmatic is largest-selling cigarettes tested-less than A FLASHING STAR ON ICE
< allergic or sensitive to certain sub- '' EVEtYNDOAIANFIGUR&SBATERvex
of them-according to independent
::: any SNAPPED AT SUN VALLEY .
:
:, MAIL BAG stances, tests for these substancesare
A
scientific tests of the smoke itself l
o F
:, ., H.D.S., New York-The horoscope made. Among the new methodsof c //
-' -,- reading on John L. Lewis which was treatment are the breathing ex
.
sent to us was to the effect that ercises-blowing all air slowly from THE
"there is a good deal of conflict ami the lungs-and the use of short-wave
.. discord in his life between Januaryand treatments. SMOKE'S hf .J 1 i i I

June, 1941. After that, however, Remember, the patient's general : c, RFNOt 37IC r ,
there are some very sudden makeup, obstructions of nose and THE h I
changes, with the return of old sensitiveness of T'
,; contacts various substances, .
: THING!
and associations, and very definite can each and all be the cause"of .
c- financial increase for this labor asthmatic attacks: I
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1\ THE CLBWISTOX> JTHW8 FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1041
PAGE porn __

"'Y. :--OO--X"--OO-- ;)OOooXw* "'XHoo. )O "':--OO*>>)o>- >->- >**> tor of Internal Revenue will be at $5,000 derived from salaries, wages
The Clewiston News .."). the post office in Clewiston, Flor- Interest, dividends, and annuities.

.t. ida, on Tuesday, March 4th 1941, '
1
Form 1040 should be used for
Friday In Clewlston, { TOO LATE TO 'i hours 8:30 a. m., to 12 o'clock noon gross incomes from salaries, wages,
published every
to assist In preparing their
taxpayers -
:Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, :'z'z: interest, dividends, and annuities of
returns. No will be made '
charge
-I D<:. .. more than $5,000 and incomes from
CLASSIFY : for this service. The matter of '
't' ; other sources regardless of amounts
DOWDEST, Editor 't'.z' filing your Income Tax Return ,
IvEATHLEY
'z''t.. should be given immediate attentionin Returns for the calendar year
'z..t M order to' avoid penalty and in- 1940 must be filed not later than
Entered as second class mall matter 'z'.t' KAYPresident :$ terest. March 15, 1941, with the Collectorof
February 1, 1927, at the Post Office in By RUSSELL
Clewiston. Florida, under the Act or :z: Internal Revenue' for the dlt.rictin '
March 3, 1897. .z. A Persons are required to file a : which you' reside or have your
.. Florida Press Association A return,if their income is $800
gross place business.
.. . .. .'. . ................ .1OOx.O ...., } principal, .; qt ;
..a..a..a.. ............. .. .. .0. ... ..... over" ;singie ( r
MibacrlpHon nut *:.00 Per !ear. I .:..:..:..:,...:..:--:..:--:.:-,-:--:..:--: ; ;" .M... . ."; .t..r..r7rr. "'". or ndthey' are or- A"na'tty' of not mo're than $10-
-
married and not living with hus-
nn'tes..On. this business of being I I and even more gorgeous girls. Hold 000 or Imprisonment for not more
'' Application. You know
Advertising band wife if married and
or ), or
secretary, of a great State Fair anda I I your gal friend, pal, here come the living: with husband, and wife and than 1 year, or both Is imposed ,by
i columnist at one' and the same.Marines! What's that shootin' all statute for willful failure to make
Devoted Clewiston to the advancement and Hendry and County.welfare time is a tough assignment, especially about? Oh, it's the pirates-the, gross income is $2,000, or over. return on time, and, in addition, 5
of when a fellow puts off bloody pirates-look at 'em, they're Form 1040A should be used for I to 25 per cent of the amount of

writing his column until the last hangin' one guy to the yard arm.- gross Income of not more than' the tax. \

............................................'....................'...'...'.............".".........,...or.-..........'"" minute and his "Gal Friday" starts Which one is Gasparilla? Look out r- '

'' I! yelpin'concentrate at him for and copy grind and: he out triesto a for new the Army horses.tanks-Is? that Gee,one I'd of hate those to 1/::..".'-...................................................-..............................................................-....................................................................................... .

RAMBLINGS thousand words or more from his have one of them things on my y Y
.
. den at the Fair grounds.This heels.-Who are them birds in the I Y Y

By B. B. is 'written on the morningof plug hats? The Governor, eh? Y i
lookin' ain't he? And Y
Good ,
guy
"Gas-
February 10, known as I Y
.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:-:..:..:. parilla Day" in Tampa and if you you say the other guys are Direc- .Y. i
tors-Gee, there's Little J6hnnie-
have 'ever experienced one, you f
Seldom does the angel of death 1 know that it is a mighty important 'Call for Phillip 1\Iorris'-That ain't
\\v
visit small community in such occasion. really HIM, is it?
a
.quick succession. Twice during the!I Although ,the day is young and "Let's get over to the grand- Vy
has stand-that's the best place to see '."
past week his kindly visit the pirates have not yet boarded i iDID
brought to a peaceful conclusion' a I their colorful craft and police have the show. Boy, what a mob! V ...
.
lifetime of, useful living to an elderly I only begun to rope off the streetsfor There's the Mayor goin' out to surrender :i: NOT
wellknownand the city to the pirates. Look,
.
member of two : the gigantic parade, from my ii
:t ORIGINATE 0fa tinL ::
takin' for the mov- ptoplt,
; they're pictures
Mrs. Mary
beloved families. office ,window I can see a line of t ,
Markette ,and Mrs. Martha Lude- folks in front of the box office ies.-Gee, look at that guy on the :i' tht fuo/dt*, : <...

:Itins have reaped the reward of a 'I seeking grandstand tickets while high pole-I'll' bet it's'a hundred ''_'. frLtobL.* i

lull life, and leave behind them hundreds of others are pushing feet, and the screwball is standingon x ,
of inevitable sad- his head.. What a way to makea : p wry
only the feeling I their way through the turnstiles ,or
ness that their lives among us must flocking about the change booths. I living-Look! at the other1 guy V V ..
doin' a Tango on the high wire, and "j. I
terminate.It .. ..
the staccato, bark of the :
Already
\ .t
he hasn't a net.-Say, :.
got 7
Driscoll, writ- even f
was Charles B. concessioners has begun: "Official ..
of the deathof .j that's the funniest? dog act I ever ): 'z'J
ing on the anniversary I program-:you can't enjoy the day Talk about clownsWho'sthe ...,." 1t
saw.-
his friend, O. O. McIntyre, who without 'a program-Get your sOUvenirs -
which'he I big guy with the cigar :Stneder : :f. :Y.:
\ '
said "It is the day on here=canes, pennants, hats, zi
frailties of the you say?-The ,general manager, --i
won'out over the buttons-candy apples peanuts, \ ,::
done'a.
of I of the Fair?-Well, he's sure .
flesh, the'pains and poignancies hot-dogs, hamburgers, cold ., '. ?
popcorn, ., swell job-." :Pc : Y :
life, and_ entered into that rest forrwhlch' drinks. Hurry,. hurry hurry,'.folks\ iii f :"'(Explanation'on Page Eight) .
''"he longed., It should be a -step right :up and'try your And so, gentle readers, you havea
joyful day for his friends' And sort of word picture of, my reac- '
luck- Savings and Loan Associations madeup :
are
we may truly 'say the same of these in never-ending tions in attempting to say somethingin
Motor cars a
print about America's third larg- V
friends.
two stream entrance.make Traffic their way officers by the, working main-I est Fair. and famous Gasparilla : of local people, operated by local people :

,of the painful Carnival. But I haven't even t i
another
It's probably like beavers, strive to keep the X

steps in growing: up-the counters removal in- traffic moving: "Sorry, you can't something touched the new high and spots.something There different is- ::' for the benefit, of local people-Savings j.,.
. of the friendly
park there buddyGo'ahead, lady, ::
Parkinson's'store.. We liked to lean going on every day, so come | .
the light's green-it _won't, get any '
and see this great show for your- :: and Home Financing
the' counter and chat. Maybe -
against greener! Yes sir, this is the Fairgrounds ;
- moved them! self. But ..hurry, for it lasts onlya
they ,
: that's why no,- I don't know when the
; I
I few more days. The ,gates 'will '
-And then this week when Uncle parade will, arrive. Keep moving _
Dan carried out 'his announced in please. Watchya' step; wait 'till close 'at midnight, Saturday, February .. I

tention oL retiring to go into farm- the light changes-" 15., so don't miss it!

activities '. Well, the store -
Ing And to echo the din, 'in my own 1
doesn't look like home, any more office from the other side of the Deputy Collector To

Brave soul, Uncle 'Dan, leaving a, room, my ears catch bits of conversation X 1

job '.in ,weather. such as this to farm' : "Can,, I' get, a pass here? Be Here March 4thFor +
luck and better weather,,
Good I want ,to 'see a ''guy insideSorryBut If.X X
Uncje Danes."-i I don't'want to see the Fair, .-. I .t.

,) '7" ):-I"i-.'*:*
discussing the collection of: minute. Can"I 'get "a"pass. out .income taxpayers. .a: De'put Collec ..!:..x..;..="......="............... ......:... ...........= ...:--= ...X.............. :-7. . )( ......;.. -
magazine files for the new Clew'. check, Miss?:<..:We paid, our way in I

iston Public Library we ran across but we left our coats in the car.-i I ...,....... '_ ..a a ......-......... ..... ,'.....,.'.-,,.-.,.........,'u........'.:...u.""'................_".-..-..-.........:-. ..J.j- '....-._._. ._-._.......
for ?--o----:+:+:OO: : =--i.'r. : : :. .....?..' ....r.r. ..:....:.. :.. ..:....:...:..:..:..: :... :...: :.'N{. :. ..) N..:.=":.N;...>- ."'..:...". :...' ...
an item of fact unusual enough I Yes, I had a pass but I lost it. ...... .'.="...=".......N"....:--:. ...;..:-- ............NCI.......... .. .p 4. ...:-"M. . .N ;N::-- ,1
:.Believe-It-Or-Not: ,Ripley. Mrs. I. Why can't', 'go in? I'm a deputy I.... ,,. .f'" _.
D. Leydig has been a constant, subscriber 'I sheriff' ain't I-Would it be all I.;;"'i'.. .. .: "' ',. fi'""t...

to the Ladies Home Journalfor right it'I left this package here .;C t't.z...' .' : 3i "(
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65 years. She first subscribedas until after the parade?-I knowthey ...... .' I. ;. .

Annie B. Coleman before her got a check' room but. ( only: ... ENJO' AN Y 1"i..?

.marriage to Mr. Leydig more than want to leave ,it until after the pa- .i.. -'. ...'J" ''ZMZ.zz : 'z'.

50 years ago. 'When she married rade.-I don't want' to check it.- ."i'" -- ::::
'she changed the subscription to Where is the nearest ladies' room? : : ,_ .
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Annie B. Leydig, and so it has -Is there any place I could leave ...:. ".: ; ALLELECTRIC "" -' 'z'"
been ever since. 65 years of loyalty my dog? They won't let me 'takeit ._:..:., -' ". :' 'z.''
to one magazine! It should 'make : '. :. '\ :: :?::'
: in the grandstand.-Wh'ere canI ::: .

the Ladies Home Journal editors get a drink of water? 1....!.. -,.. HOME ''; ".."... .'II IIAIV '.'
very proud indeed. And think "Going on now, going on all' the "' '" :: '
what a valuable file Mrs.: Leydig : time folks-never ending and never ; '-. .;.:::
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would have, if' she had saved the over-hurry, hurry, hurry.-See the : .. VY
.magazines for all that time. And funny little .monkeys.-Bosco, the ?V
YVi
she would have had them, too, had !snake eater-watch him get down :.3.

the family Pennsylvania not moved house from with thespa'cious among tiles-see those him creeping bite their, crawling heads rep-off :i::;: Electricity is the modern servant; a servant that :f!:.t_;: .l

its large attic to Florida., The. and eat them alive.-What is it of the ::::
and the
:_;::;: takes care of both the work pleasures ii
daughters in packing could not
up folks? You name it, that wierd
.find space for the tremendous- array mysterious 'half beast half man, I :::: home. and one that will do everything quickly, efficient- ::.i:

of Ladies Home Journals so they captured in the wilds of Africa. .s..=. :: :
were taken from the attic and disposed See the beautiful Hawaiian dancing / +.:. ly and economlca II y. +vv: +

of. In Florida our houses they'll thrill and amaze Y
were not built with a view to car- girls 20 Polynesian beauties' -20, count you :;::: One penny. will toast 26 crunchy slices of toast, or :;.z::i:
Ing for the storage of 65 files
years 'em- ;. :
jof magazines. "How about a pony ride? Twice :!k::;: give your eyes two hours o'f safe reading light or operate : :;:

'C'i' around the track for a dime. Get :i::!: 'your radio, for most of, a day-and-ELECTRICITY is :i::!:,
"On Wednesday we had the' privilege your' tickets here for a new thrill '
of attending 'a meeting of the ride-Take :your turn folks, no :.:::' one thing that gets cheaper the more of it that you use. :ii:':'

welfare board of district 8, held in crowding or push'ing-Take off your .'...;. .'z"t'z :

Fort chairman:Myers, presiding with D., and W.Miss Ireland Mar-, I just hats what and hold you've on been tight-That's looking for it, ::i: That is why it is so easy-to have and enjoy a home :;:.::;

tha Nelson, state field representative .-that famous' Funny House, you'll 'i' that is all electric and 'mo d ern. :** !
and Miss Daisybel Clement of laugh, you'll scream, you'll howl. :::: -

the. district office assisting. Newspaper "Stand back everybody, here YV vv

representatives and legisla- comes the parade.: Boy, what a V?
tors of the counties in district 8 band-and see those gorgeous floats I ?v

were invited, so :Mrs. McGehee, Mr. :_:::
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::t ELECTRICITY IS YOUR CHEAPEST SERV- ::
Stewart and I presented ourselvesat t ....
10:30. With time out for lunch- advantage of the education offered ,, -

eon we were there till three o'clock, ., them in, public schools, wh'n :i:

and the minutes were, filled with they become older there will be a ::::;:.. ANT-USE IT EXTRA V AGA' NTLY.. ;.t..t.fx ..;.
'interest for us. The .chief fact gradual' lessening of the need for .:. \ fiX1

brought out at the meeting is the Old Age Assistance. It was a most .:._.
urgent need for more funds for Aid interesting 'meeting, and we found : .

to Dependent Children. The federal out,_among other things, that ,those Y ._.htt
tt,
government matches dollar for employed by the state welfare boarddo _.fVV

dollar all money the state appropriates a 'great many things' They care r ,.
for Old Age Assistance and for for the CCC enrollments; they .. f lii

Aid to the Blind, but only matches have the ,responsibility of certifying

50 cents with every dollar the applicants for the WPA rolls; they j

:estate appropriates for Aid to De sponsor the' surplus commodity- ii lades Power and Light Co ii-
'pendent Children. So tremendous tribution and the school lunch pro-

volume of applications have piled, ject; and they administer the money ..t..z.t ...
... .
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up that the welfare board has nc I in three different funds; the Old A.t..l.

'money to care for. The board memo. Age I Assistance; the Aid to the '-r'. .:.J.

"bers and welfare workers feel, too, [Blind and the Aid to Dependent .:.._..
'that If children of this generation:I 1(Children. One problem they apparently 'Z"z'.... ...}.

can be cared for properly so the:r I do not have is how tc I'!."..!_' _. ..___.._.._................_......_......-..............-..........................................-............. ..............-................................'.........,:.................".......-...... ..........-..-.........................................,!...-:
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fot. Mr. and Mrs. ,M. J. Bell of Avon 1,May the, best, girl win I- RESEARCH WORKERS HERE I I quired to present himself for and Ir

Park have moved into the home. of ,Just ask Jim and Elbert how !I submit to registration fails to pre ; ,
Mr. and Mrs. George Terrell. I they enjoyed their trip to Tampa. Taking up their residence at, the'form any duty prescribed by the

[ Personals I What brand of lipsUck'was.. that Clewiston Inn for several weeks are I I selective service law, or directions

WOMAN'S MISSIONARY SOCIETY Elbert? We, ,want some', too! the following men, who are con- i',given pursuant thereto, within the, Y

, MEETS AT BAPTIST, CHURCH I We have another new sophomoregirl ducting, research work: in ,connection : -' I', required time, he shall be liable to' t
meet Miss Muck 'Rat.) with the sugar industry here: fine and imprisonment under Section j
1I. I The regular program and business ( W. T. Abercrombie, Jr., Moores- 11 of the Selective Training: 'a
Canfield of Miami'was a meeting, of the Woman's Missionary If you see any white faced girls town, N. J., A., L. Webre, Meriam I and Service Act. of 1940." (Paragraph -
business visitor here Thursday.. Society was held at the (without make-up) coming 'to Penn., Franklin P. Passeter, West-j' 159.) ,
school you'll know it's just new to port, Conn., Louis De Geogroy,
Church Tuesday afternoon -
First Baptist I "In many of ,the cases of reported
; Mrs. J. J. Graham visited her with Mrs. Arch Hodges presiding be T. N. T. Club membersWantedSomething ,:Westport. and Abe Webre ,. Jr., West-delinquencies I ," the Director said,

t daughter, Miss Edith Graham, in -' .for., yours' port. "the registrants have merely been
< this k. fo( write about.
i Jacksonville -we
'? truly'
'-r ;. The program was presented by careless in failing to comply with
-- the Margaret Circle of which Mrs. Draftees Must Notify the, requirements that they keep
.
: Dan Beardsley, a student at the I C. R. Krueger is chairman. Mrs. During Business Arithmetic class their local boards advised'at all

University of Florida, is spendingthis L. C. Miller led the devotional. I Wednesday, Mr. Charles Lovvorn Change of Address times where mail will reach ,them."
with his parents, took charge' of the' class. Mr. he
week-end Therefore
Appearing on the program were 1 I urged all registrants
,Mr. and Mrs. 'J. E. Beardsley. Mrs. Floyd Andrews, Mrs. J. 'Lovvorn brought a regular cal-I I in Florida who have changed their

Whitaker Mrs. B. E. Herring, culating machine such "as is Registrants under the Selective addresses, or who hereafter change
L'I
Crochet I in the Sugar Office and in many Training and Service Act who I their addresses
Mr. and Mrs. S. L. spent W. T. Wheeles, and Mrs. W. immediately to
" a few .days, over the week-end in Broaderick. others to the school and demonstrated change their addresses are required,. notify their local boards of such

.. Tampa, where they attended the Reports of the' officers and com- I it to the class. Mr. Lov- by law to notify their local boards changes so. that these registrantsmay
'State' Fair. :" and vorn explained to the class the system promptly, Col. H. P.. Baya, State "not be unnecessarily penalized t
mittee chairmen were given an 1
I'I announcement made of a study that is used in getting up the Director of Selective Service for for failing to perform duties required -
payroll as well as giving them all Florida to Those who
warned
the < ay. by the Selective Training
Bob Beardsley spending course to be held in Belle Glade
-I here and will helpful advice' about'subjects pertaining fail to do so become liable to severe and Service Act and the Regula
l week-end at his home February 26, taught by Miss Wilma
to Business Arithmetic. penalties Director Baya pointedout.
,return to the University of Florida Bucy. A group from the society tions.
I Mr.' Lovvorn also talked to the /
; Sunday.! ... made plans to attend this study I _______,
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,- course. ninth grade math class. Director Baya said he has been I
,. advised by National Headquarters, FOR SALE --: Used band instruments -
E. E. Patterson of Others attending the meetingwere
state bank examiner, Mrs. C. M. Allen, Mrs. ,D.: B. Hear ye! Hear ye! Civics classis Selective Service System, Washington cornets, clarinets, saxo- '

'days in Clewiston on Tallahassee'l Allen, Mrs. A. R. Broadfoot, Mrs.R. soon to have a law, case enacted.All D. C., that investigations by; 1; phones, etc., $10.00 up. For particulars .

week: J. Blount, Mrs. O. A. Clark,' they'are' waiting for is the the Department of Justice of many see C. C. Klutts. 5t.
: C Mrs. E. M. Cornette, Mrs. M. C. crime which is to be committed by delinquencies reported by local I

Doke, Mrs. E. E. Kelly, Mrs. A. 'some member of the class within boards revealed that carelessnesson
Alston spent
the Miss week-end Martha here Nell with her parents 11 King; Mrs. Alex McGowan, Mrs. \H'I the next week. Mr. Bell is, to take the part of registrants, rather M. COUSE

and Mrs. Dave G. Ala- G. Mathis, Mrs. H., C. Meador, charge of the arrest and several than willful intent> on 'their part, Counselor and Attorney at Law
Mr.
has returned to Barry R. C, Nowling, Mrs. C. E. Nail: i Shyster lawyers have, posted their,. was often responsible for these Hopkins Building ,
ton. She at Miami Beach. Mrs. M. A. Thomas, Mrs. M. C. notices that. they will gladly defend violations of the law. He cited ,the Wednesdays and Saturday
: College for Women '
Vowell, Mrs.: H. E. Walker, Mrs. the criminal. We are anxiously following provisions: of the Selec- 9:30 to 4:00 '

V. C. Woodward, Mrs. Clayton Wa-. awaiting the crime but so far none tive Service Regulations:
Mr. and Mrs.' Melvin Pape and ters and Mrs. Sam Young. has been committed. Anyway, the "It shall be the duty of each

son, Richard, have moved from court scene promises to be very in- ,registrant to keep' his local board CLE'YISTONTINNING
J
Moore Haven into the house they COMMUNITY: CHURCHDr. teresting. advised 'at all times of, the address & PLUMBING SHOP
recently purchased on Sag more, where 'mail will reach him. The

Street. F. C. Symonds of Hyden, Ky., There will be a. hot time in the mailing ,.of any order, notice, or Anything in Plumbing Fixtures
": r who has been spending the past two old town tonight! Yes siree folks blank form by the local board to a Prompt, Efficient Service

Mrs. J. A. JHcGeh.ee, Mrs. Keath-' weeks in Punta Gorda, will returnto ,there will. Why? Foolish .questIon ; registrant at the address last reported PETER CHRISTENSEN:, -
ley Bowden and E. :.L. Stewart :were Cjewistonand' again fill the pulpit } !. .Haven't .you heard about the by him to'the local board l'rIgr'4

.- in Fort Myers.'Wednesday attendinga ''at 'the Sunday morning'service Barn Dance the JUnior Class "is I shall constitute notice to him of

meeting of' the ,welfare board' of at the Community Church. There sponsoring Saturday night? Well, the contents of the communication,

district '8. will be special music and the Otto here is the news hot from the hay whether he actually receives it or

EugeneAllen,of :Miami, spent Larsen twins will. ;be. 'christened, atthe stack. Honest to goodness fiddlin' not," Paragraph 159.) HOMEYOU
hillbilly "If! registrant
service. music with real maestros a or a person re-
the week-end here with his uncle
to saw those fiddles and? beat those
Mr. and Mrs. D. B.
and aunt
,
REVIVAL SERVICES ATPENTECOSTAL guitars while you swing Sal and I G1wi/ e* Scientifically Broken Lens
Allen. Eugene was recently called CHURCH swing Sue! There is a lot. of fun Fitted and Repaired Duplicated
into service in the regular ,
army.
DR. F D. GUDBAUROptometrist
Jr -a. in 'store for anyone who wants 'a

Miss Ethel Browning, an evan- good time and also for those who !
Mr. and Mrs. L., Keen and Mr. .
Phone IDS :; Collier %rcadefort
gelist and Bible teacher in the like to watch other. people have a .
Myer' f'loridu
and Mrs. Lee Mathis and son, Lee,
Shield of Faith Bible ,Institute of good time. Tickets now on sale are Successor to K. H, Oakley
Jr., of Miami spent the week-end '
Fort Worth, Texas, will begin a only fifty cents. Come 'on up to
here visiting Mr. and Mrs. H C.
series of revival services 'next Sunday the school house Saturday night
Avant and Joel Keen
night at the South Clewiston and watch or take part. In the real MECHANICAL, STRUCTURAL

Pentecostal Church. old fashioned Barn Dance Be see-
ARCHITECTURAL DESIGNS
: .
,Mrs. John ..G.G tz, of ,Detroit, ,
will last three ing there! j I
The meetings for you II Estimates
and Mrs. John ,B. Murphy and I Maps -
weeks and it. is certain that DON'T
daughter, Jane, of LaGrange, 111., every I I JOHN H. DOTI'Engineering
have taken an apartment''at the service will be enjoyed by everyone, FAVORITE SAYINGS OF OUR

, Clewiston, .Inn ',for several: weeks. regardless'. religious faith. Everyone ,I HIGH, SCHOOL FACULTY, I Consultant' NEED CASH FOR YOUR
,, is cordially.. invited to ,attend.. Hopkins Bldg. .Clewiston. Fla.' I
.
,
;: A, _'r:; :' .; 'T-V 'pau- ;r"J.a4= :- "'* Mrs. : : mad '
Mrs. F. D. Hessie Yeft Saturday rhomas'-Pon't get. me ; REPAIRS or REMODELING
BAPTIST CHURCH TO HOLD you'll get in trouble..
for Jacksonville after spendingsome .
" REVIVAL SERVICES I
, time here with her daughter, Miss Knight-:-Here's the thing;
Mrs. G. T: Augur and daughters, -
I'm 'not 'going to with
or put up
Jean and Carol. Beginning the first Sunday of AMERICA'S NO. 1 QUALITY DELAY
March' and continuing' 'for the,,following ;any: more: of that.w' .- ; :.,. : I
BAKING POWDER NO
... ". .!Mrs. W. M. Bradnack returned two weeks a series of revival Miss Humble-Now boys, youaren't RED TAPE

Sunday to Orlando after spending, services will be held at the children any more so put out, I
week here with her' husband. Mr. First Baptist Church. The guest .
a your gum before you get a detention -:
s4L4.
Bradnack drove up with her and preacher will be ,the Rev. GeorgeH. LI

remained for a few days in Orlando. Crutcher' of Tampa. Everyoneis hall. .
I urged to make plans to hear this Mrs. Hols ne' If 'I call you BishopWilsonLumber I

,', L M. Pafford of Jacksonville is outstanding pieacher. down once more it will mean one

spending a couple of days here on Every possible preparation is be- detention.Mr. Co,
Ar ,
business. Mr. Pafford was located" ing made to bring, a Spiritual Bless- Turk--Come' on over to the '" '". 'I'

,_ in Clewiston for several years with ing to the Community as a whole. sCLEWISTON '
office boy! FLA.
the United States .
.. Engineers.Miss ,
Y T < 7'--7 T--

Evelyn Kellams" of Fort g>cf)00l) jgetosi7TH FOR RENT-Small furnished apart-I I -, I
Pierce, who is visiting her sister '.
Mrs. C. J. Neilson, is working fora ment. F. L. Williamson. '_ tf. I"a _

'few days in J. E. Beardsley's real AND 8TH GRADE NEWS + alt-photphafo Q-d"_, 1
doubliaclingFREE. NI
estate office during the illness of The seventh anA, eighth gradesare
Miss Betty Spicer. having, a Valentine Party and Send kt rw booklet, containing
Johnson's Fish Camp -aozetu of bright idea to improve your bckin -
exchanging valentines. Our valen- *. ..Address Rumford Biking Powder,
Box N,Rumford. Rhode Island.
Gray Singleton' of the Federal tine box is_very pretty. (Near Hurricane Gate) ,
._ Land Bank, Columbia, S. C.; anda By Marilyn Davis
representative of the Farm Se- Clewiston Fla. .
curity Administration also of Co 10TH GRADE NEWSIt Boats and lfotorGuide ServiceRates -

: lumbiawere business visitors here seems Aaron Knight (our new Reasonable fj J
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Thursday.. Sophomore boy') has caused two W. H. Johnson, Mgr.
-.-- sophies hearts 'to'go "pitter pat."

?
'7 Skippy, ,Linda and Jane, .moved -
to Clewiston from Moore Haven ':--:":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: -

..: this week., They are occupying the .. Ever Before! F
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new house on Osceola Street, near ;-
y V ..
the Catholic Church.
The outstanding event

.Dr.. and Mrs. Forest S. Taylor of i YOUR CHOICE of the entire year. f .- 't I
I
Fort Lauderdale were visitors inI I r L y. I

ft- Clewiston Wednesday. Dr. Taylor, No Admission Charge r "
a former minister of the Community
V .. t .
..... Church, conducted funeral services ..

-,. for Mrs. -Mary Markette. ,I : Of two.:.big corner lots under $650." ..:+: Southwest Florida Free

L., C. Sturgiss left Tuesday for y v

St. Petersburg where he is enteringthe I perfect::

veteran's hospital at Bay Pines v 0 Feb. Fort i
for medical treatment.. Mr. Sturgisswas '1.' 'V 1.' F'AI R

recently retired from the U. ::1.: title. ::1.: 17-22 Myers I
.+ .
S. Engineers. He has been con- ;
._ nected with the Clewiston office t X

for several years and maintained a :_;. .2. Educational, Industrial and Agricultural :

Y, tome on the. government reserva- Exposition featuring products of Charlotte, i
>> tion. 1T
.. J- E. Beardsley and Lee counties
. s: 'jJ J Collier, Glades, Hendry i
: Mr. and Mrs. Jay W. Moran returned -

Monday from Milledgeville,' l .J # REAL ESTATE f Poultry exhibit showing all types.

;' ," Ga., wherethey spent a few days ': -' '' Exhibit of Southwest Florida's finest livestock.
" ,,' with Mrs. C. L. Moran. Mother 1.

Moran's many Clewiston friends are i ,' PHONE 66 3 33i Special Grandstand Acts afternoon and night.

, I glad to learn that she has recovered BETTY, SPICER ART LAWRENCE :t: Crescent Amusement Co. rides and shows on the Midway.C. .
1 from her recent illness and was '1.' ..
.able to take a long drive with her .r i P. HEUCK, SecretaryManagerrmAY.

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"You don't own her," he. shrilly toters and fly-by-night camps. You Flying! Ly) Ear '. .: : .
announced. "And you don't own me. get; roads and honest workers and

And :if you-" towns and settlements 'and. something It Is not true'that bats are blind

Y But the other cut,him short. permanent, while your 'old! Jut scientists have often wondered r

1nt a e "Arc you going?" he demanded. sourdough squats ,beside a saloon how bats can fly in the,pitch darkof

!!lP Ericson fell back a step or two as I drum stove and dreams about the caves and other haunts without

the other advanced."I'll strike he's going to make when he bumping into things. Recently two

BY W. N..U. Service. do more than talk before I'm gets back to the hill claim he hasn't Harvard scientists, Dr. Robert Ga-

his through; with her," he proclaimed.It even done assessment work on." ambos'and Donald R. Griffin, pro-

INSTALLMENT, I chalk-wrangler. He nodded alcoholic [ was a final effort, I felt, to save "You seem to know all about vided the answer. Bats fly by ear.
CHAPTER I head in confirmation of his own his face. After a silent moment or Alaska," I ventured. But he dis- With a special sound device, the
sir
discernment. "No, "; two; that impressed me as heavy regarded the barb in my voice. scientists found that flying bats utter -

I opened the cabin window and you're no camptown" schoolteacher.informed him, with hate, he retreated into the "Not 'as much as I'm going to," supersonic cries when flying,

felt the night air blow in on my "It so happens, I teach in the In- darkness. he said. "I fell for the North, my well above the human ear's rangeof .
I'm going to *
face. "that The tall man stooped to pick up first year out of Lehigh. The bug 20,000 vibrations a second.

There was no mistaking the smellof dian school at Toklutna.hold him for a the fallen flashlight. bit me when I prospected the Mi- These[ high-pitched beeps are reflected -
seemed to
it the That said "of chikmamau country Labrador, by obstacles in their
that air. It carried with time "That's the curse, he any
scent of wide sprucelands and the moment. But his laugh, this our West Coast. It's too full of and had to dig in for the winter. path. In a dark room criss-crossed

sparkle of highland ice fields and was more caustic than ever. bums and bindle stiffs. They never Then I went to Flin Flon for a year. with strung wires, the bats flew

the razor-edged aroma of valleys "Then your first lesson to those stay long enough in one place to Then I headed for Fairbanks and perfectly, even when blindfolded.But .

where the sun falls thin on balsam little frostbitten Siwashes ought to take root. And then these soapbox had a couple of seasons on the gold as soon as the scientists cov-

and alder and buckcrop. It was the be that a bunch of rubber-stamp agitators come along and. spout dredges along the Tanana, where ered their mouths and ears, the
breath of Alaska, calling me backto bureaucrats can't run a country the communism at them." He looked the; work's plotted out three and four bats floundered helplessly about.
size of Alaska. Look what they'vedone years in advance. That's what you'd
the home of my youth. away, for a moment, and then
Lookat call "
That little ship's cabin became with the power rights. turned back to me. "But that fire- real mining.

suddenly hateful to me. I was tiredof their fool laws about salmon fish- eater had no right getting rough "Where you're really a part of a For ONLY 10/Now
And look how they've let the machine I
amended.
ing. ,
the noise and the accordion music with a woman. With a woman like
big interests come in and choke the I "Sure," he agreed. "But she's a ;:
:
of the drunken groups swarm- you, mean. s:
ing north to their cannery work. I life out of the territory. No wonderit "Why with a woman like me?" I grand old machine. Why, the barge : < Less than
turns an honest worker into a Red. I[ worked had million dollars sunk
was tired of tobacco smoke and alcoholic questioned."I a
song and crying babies and They've got an idea they can turnus spotted you the first day out," in her before she turned a wheel."

workers into an army of tongue- who rather want- "And you're still the Tanana?"
squawking radios.So he said, "as a girl on
I reached for a wrap and made tied sheep. They think ed to be let alone." I[ questioned, absurdly chilled by ()

my way up on deck, where all was "They don't" seem to have left you "I do," I said. But that, I felt, the aroma of big business.

quiet and not a ship's lamp 'showed tongue-tied, I ventured. might frighten him away. And I "No; the next summer I did field

between the shadowy bow and the "You bet they haven't, he an- work for a big company along the
dose
equally shadowy bridge.It nounced. "And that's why I'm upper Yukon. Then I swung in with
known as Eric the Red. I can talk Lu3 the TrumbuU outfit."
was, so quiet that I could feel : -
the tremor of the Yukon's screw as to: 'em one "at a time or five hun- 1 "And now?" I prompted. ,

she plowed northward through the dred strong. "Now I'm headed for the valley of

night. At times it seemed as thoughwe But I'd had enough of his ,soapbox the Chakitana, where the Trumbull

were steaming straight into a oratory."I company is going to consolidate its I

mountain side. But the hills, as always wish you'd go away," I told claims and tackle that territory in Cultivation of Genius

moved apart and let us pass earnest. It's got something to work The
him.His richest genius, like the most
through and as casually came together movement, as he leaned closer -. with there." fertile soil when Uncultivated
,
again in our wake. over me, was an .exasperatingly "The Chakitana," I echoed, ignoring -
shoots into the rankest weeds
up ;
And as I sat there, with the,night intimate one. the quiet exultation in his and instead of vines and olives for
face I felt that "On a night like this," he mur- sr voice. The once-familiar sound of
wind fanning my my the pleasure and use of man, pro-
trivial I mured "with the stars up there the Chakitana came back to me,
mission was not a one. duces to its slothful owner the
the mountain across the years, with an oddly disturbing -
owed something to Alaska. And I singing together over most abundant crop of poisons.-
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had to justify myself through my tops? Not on your life, lady! ring. H me.GRAY.

work there, in what men called the I knew my first tingle of fear as I "Do you know that country well?"

last frontier.It like snake'shead T asked: .
felt! his arm creep a
would be different, of course. about the loose folds of my "Not yet, of course," he said. "ButI

That new world would have all the polo coat. The Yukon, at that moment know something big is going to HaIRS

roughness of wilderness life. And, seemed a terribly empty ship. break before we get through withit.
We'll dig a little deeper than the Do you like them? If not get a bottle of
r I'd. have to life he said for
that
jackaroo was, "Not on your Lea's Hair Preparation Is guaranteed to
begin all over again..I'd be a cheech- the second time. And he .laughed' old pan-tilters who've been fussing make your gray hairs a color so close to the
around the fringes there. And ]I natural color; the color they were before C:1.
ako once more in the colony of old- as I tried to writhe free of his en- turning gray or the color of your hair that
timers. But my country was never circling arm. want to be in on the show when the has not turned gray that you or your
friends can't tell the difference or your
ashamed of its pioneer women. ,And The sound of that carelessly defiant color comes. money refunded. It doesn't make any difference -
and "Where you'll be safe and well what color your hair is and it is
there was something moving laugh was still in the air when so simple to use-Just massage a few drops
mysterious, I. felt, in man's eternal I! saw a shadow detach itself from fed and getting the news of the upon the scalp for a few days per direc-

quest for new' frontiers. the shadowy iron bulwark towardthe world by radio," I said, thinkingof tions Your like druggist thousands has are Lea's doing.Hair Preparation -

Then the light of mystery faded bow of the boat.It the lone-fire old-timers. or can secure a bottle for you, or a
regular dollar bottle of Lea's Hair Prep-
from the picture. For I woke up to was a man, I realized, who'd "But merely a hired man, my aration will be sent you postage paid by
aloneon companion added with an unexpected us, upon receipt of one dollar cash. P. O.
the fact that I was no longer been leaning against the rail and money order or stamps.. (Sent COD 12c<
that silent and starlit foredeck.A watching the starlit water. He ,He was held there by the scruffof note of regret. Then he laughed, extra).
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little leaned closer
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feet, wavered past me in the dark- light, with rather unhurried steps. ing.didn't to me in the starlight. "WhatI'd
rather know is about
more
you.
ness. "Is this mucker annoying you?
'
: him, "I And why you're: heading north 'Kindness Reconciles
want 'to
He laughed as he passed an exploring he asked. go away..
I did I amended. again. And what you're going to Harshness will alienate bosom
mean
hand over the softness of "I wanted to be alone here, I ,
do with yourself up there on.the last friend and kindness reconcile a
"You naturally don't belong ,
my polo coat. Then he sat down on found the courage to protest.But "
frontier.
the crate beside me. the man on the crate besideme among those roughnecks. deadly foe.
"I'm afraid I do,". I told him. "I promised my father I'd come
I sat silent without moving as It the
declined to move. was "
"I'm north born. back and work for Alaska, I told
he turned and tried to throw a bot- tall: and shadowy figure above me
That seemed to surprise him."You've him
tle overboard. that came a step or two closer. '
been out for quite a "Dig in and civilize the sour- SLIJOSENWORLD'S
"Good-by, sweetheart," he said "Did you hear what the lady time?" he suggested."For dough?" he said with a flippancy' I
with thick-voiced indifference. He said?" he prompted. But still my I told resented.I .
seven long years,
'I concluded of the West tormentor held his ground. SELLER pTIOc
was, one him."She's. told him that I was going to LARGEST
Coast wanderers who had been turning "Who asked you to barge in on "
a great country, he said teach in the Indian school at Tok-
the lower decks of the Yukon this?" he was reckless enough to
out of the silence. And, being north lutna.
into a cross between a faro joint anda challenge.The born, I agreed with him. "But it's "But twenty thousand teachercouldn't
saloon. But he tall stood silent -
water-front was a
stranger "
no place for a woman, he added. tame that country. She wa
sober to resent sustained moment in sort of patiently impatient
enough my a "
"Why not? I demanded. He born wild and she seems to wantto

.. silence. tolerance. laughed a little at that, quick chal- stay wild." Wit and WisdomA
"Can't you talk, pretty one?" he "Isn't your name Ericson? he lenge. "I have a promise to keep," I proverb is the wit of one and

asked, with his face insolently close finally demanded. "Because women want anchorage. told him. "And I've my ,father's the wisdom of many.
to mine. I wasn't afraid of him. "You're tootin' right it is, came They're not satisfied with wildnessand claim to look into."

I'd-seen camp drunkards enough in the prompt reply. roughness. And there's been a "Why'd he ever: send you- downto

my day. So I continued to confront "Well, Ericson, you're not quite sort of conspiracy to keep Seward's the.States?"
him with the thunders of silence.He sober," said the other. "You haven't back in rns DC .
Icebox uncivilized. It's too proud of "He and, I were, alone,
rose unsteadily to his feet and been fsttle.sober a dav since, we pulled its shirt-sleeve past. It's too fond of the Waceeta hills. And when he \" OF '31 Ya fJ9.,
out- And at the
reached into his pocket. From it he present" calling itself the last frontier and" struck through to prospect in'the cicuc/4 tiaa e .JJ
wanted here.
took out a flashlight which he even moment you're not doing things on the dime-novel basis. Ghost Lake country he felt it wasn'
"Who says I'm ,not wanted?_" banked the bush-rat fair to He felt I ought to bet- LIQUID
more insolently held up in front of I It's too long on me. TABLETS
my face. "I do." with 'a skillet and a slab of sow- ter myself, as he put it. So he sent 6 6 6 NOSE SALVE DROPS

"Not a bad looker," he had the "What's that to me?" said the belly." me out to get civilized." COUCH DROPS

grace to acknowledge. But it in no man at my side. "What's '''wrong'' with the bush- My companion's laugh was curt

way added to my happiness. "Why "It's this," was the unexpectedly rat?" I demanded, rememberingthat but not unkindly."It .

in hell are you heading for the land prompt reply. And,before knew it I. was the daughter of one. seems to have succeeded," he $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

of the sourdoughs?" I was alone on the crate. "Nothing," was the deliberated reply said. "Where'd. you ,go for your

But what startled me, after a "except that he's outlived his slice of civilization?"
That question I also declined to We Can All Be
answer. 'I even moved a little to quick moment of struggle, was that usefulness. That's what's the mat- "All the way to Michigan," I told

one side, to avoid the wavering the young man who answered to ter'with your country. It's too full him. "I had an aunt there who was
flashlight. the name of Eric the Red had not of grubstaked sourdoughs who go supposed to look after me. But she EXPERTBUYERS

only been lifted bodily from wherehe out on the creeks with a tomrockerand died the year I'entered Ann Arbor."
.Put.out that voice
commanded from light the, a darkness deep of sat, but had been shaken as a imagine they're mining. They "Then you had to shift for your- '

rag is shaken by 'a terrier and had scratch at the rubble and hillcracksfor self? Or was your father in Alaska
the bridge. .It was no easy matter, been swung out over the ship's rail. a month or two, and wash out a still helping you?"
I remembered to the
navigate wa- He was held there by the scruff of poke of dust and stay drunk for" "He'd promised ,to come down to -J't.
ters of the Inland Passage.My .
did the neck, writhing and kicking: He two-thirds of the year. They're ho- the States, but he kept putting it O !In bringing us buying Information,as
tormentor as he was told. began, in fact, to emit muffled little bos at heart., They do nothing for off. I think he was afraid of that to prices that are being asked for
took his time
But he about it. '
rat squeals as he hung over open the country. .They don't even know outside world he knew nothing what we Intend to buy, and as to the
"We like it dark, don't we? he with nothing but the star- of real mine work."
space, the meaning about. Then he went back in the quality we can expect,the advertising
said as he reached for my hand. riffled, black water under his heels."Don't I had seen those lone-fire wanderers hills, and I had trouble keeping in columns of this newspaper perform a

The vigor: with which I removed it ," I gasped."A in their lonely valley bottoms, touch with him. Nearly a year went worth while service which saves us

from his clasp caused him to lose few gallons of sea water," said hawking float-gold from the sand of by, once, before I got a letter." many dollars year. .

his balance for a moment or two. the untroubled deep voice besideme icy creeks, lugging timber down "That's not so nice," observed my O It Is a good habit to form, the habit J Jof

"What's taking a peach like you "would wash a little of the fire- snowy slopes for their cribwork, new-found friend. "How did you consulting the advertisements every

to that tin-can territory?" he finally works out of his system." thawing out the frozen silt of their keep going?" time we make a purchase, though we .

inquired. "Please don't," I implored, remembering test pits with hot stones and a hand "By working in a girls' camp for have already decided just what we 2

"That," I was foolish enough to that a moment's unex- winch, facing hunger and hardshipand the summer. Then by teaching fora want and where we are going to buyIt.

answer, "is entirely my own affair." pected rending of cloth might send pushing deeper and deeper into year in a north-side Saginaw .It gives us the most priceless feelingIn

,But it was plain that I puzzled the man tumbling down into the the unmapped wilderness for their school. Then by tutoring a lumber- the worldi the feeling of being

him. .channel. precarious ounce' or two of yellow man's feather-headed daughter. And adequately prepared. s I[

"You're a cheechako," he maun- My rescuer turned to me and apparently metal. after my final year at Ann Arbor O When we go Info l a store,prepared ...
deringly proclaimed. "That fact, my tried to study my face in "To me," I maintained, "they'reall I got a chance to go to England for beforehand with knowledge of what Is 't -

pink and white friend, is written all that misty midnight duskiness. Then terribly brave." the summer. I was taken along asa offered and at what price, we go as

over you." he swung out his second long arm "And terribly inadequate,"amended sort of companion for a Detroit an expert buyer,filled with self-confi ,<.

It didn't seem worth while telling and lifted the still struggling figure my companion. automobile-maker's daughter. She dence.lt Is a pleasant feeling to have, .

him I was Alaska born. back over the rail. "How would you have done it?" I wasn't very strong. But she got to the feeling of adequacy. Most traced of the ..
In the world be
"And you're still an unpicked "Now you get down where you be- asked. I could hear his quiet chuckle like me. And when the family wentto unhappiness to a lack of this feeling.can Thus advertising -

peach," he insolently went on, "for long," said the tall man as he gave at the challenge in my voice. Amalfi for the winter they kept shows another of Its manifold

no woman who's married is goingto his captive a final shake. "And if "The only way it can be done," he me on. Then in the spring they facets-shows Itself as an aid toward

be up here stargazing in the dark. you talk to this girl again, Eric- answered. "By big business, by the went north to Florence, where they making all our business relationshipsmore

But you don't fit in with our fish son, I'll break every bone in your geologist and the engineer who does leased a villa just above Fiesole." secure and pleasant.

pack females. And you're sure not, body." more than tickle the surface of "I'd call that quite a break," said

the, dance-hall type. On the other It took I time for Ericson to get things. Then you get something bet-' the man beside me. $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ ssssL

hand, you're sure no panhandle his breath back. ter than claim-jumpers and gun-I (TO BE CONTINUED,


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THE CLEWI8TON NEWS FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 14, 1941
PAGE EIGHT .


-tration will be'handled by J. .,E.I Driggers .................. 168 108; Legion r-' I though during the entire period the

Veterans To Register I Beardsley, E. M. Cornette and : TOTAL ,..........:...806 739 729 state supplied its full allotment of r 1t
both white and colored youths. It
For Defense DutiesThe V. Parkinson. U. S. S. Corp- Office (Continued Iron Page 1)' was not until the first quarterly en-

Von Mach .............. 186 150 196 made about June 1. rollment of this year that a deficit

Lettuce HarvestIs Crochet ..,...........:..... 122 156 Following the Scout program the resulted this being attributed ,to

American Legion working Wilson ....................147 147 154 meeting adjourned. increased employment and the Inroads -

through Its 11,715 posts is goingto Now UnderwayCutting Bell .......................... 124 126 140 Scouts present were SherwoodHall of the selective service.In .

register all of its 1,078,119 mem- Ward ...................... 193 157 166 Elbert Hooker, Richard Hanna. Hendry County the numberof

bers, if possible, for national, defense Shelley .................... 87 Dick Elkins Sonny Vaughn Bruce acceptances by half-year periods

service.: Unaffiliated World and packing of Iceberg TOTAL, ................ 772 667 812Commissary Beardsley Nick Schiffli Oliver were:
from the five hundred or '
to lettuce
War veterans also will be asked
I and Martinez, Jack Martinez, Junior July 1937-December 19'37. 18 ;
of R. E. Kurtz as-
be
acres
will
The registration more
register. Martinez, Guy Elkins, Albert Stephens January 1938-June 1938, 15; July
entirely voluntary. Its purpose is 'I sociates at, Liberty Point was resumed : -
1938-December
to provide the local, state, and nat- the middle of last week and Hager ..................._.. 125 132 171 Frank Conkling, Junior As- 1938 14; January1939June

ional leadership of The American for four days the shipments were Oliver ...................... 116 109 115 sistant 'Scoutmaster Bobby Broad- 1939 15; July 1939-De-

Legion with a complete inventory I close to three cars a day: There Logan .....................118 134 121 foot and Scoutmaster? Charles Benson cember 5 1939, 8 1940-December; January 1940-June
1940 July
of the assets of the organization in was then a lapse of ,a few days Walters .................. 146 135 126 7. Total; for the three'and' 1940

manpower, experience and special I and cutting was to have been resumed Kolstad .................... 156 141 156 half 82. one-.

training that could be made avail- on Wednesday of this week. TOTAL ...............691 651 689 Patrolmen Checks years

able to the government If needed iH Mr. Kurtz stated while here yes- U. S. Engineers ........J t

the defense of the, nation. terday that the quality of the let- Thomas .................130 126 140D. On Missing New Tags 1 Is Your Subscription Paid .

National Commander MIlo J. tuce was much better now than it Smith .................. 81 &9 97

Warner has proclaimed Saturday, was at first and production and Miller ...................... 104 119 142 1
February 22, the anniversary of price was satisfactory. All of the Hartsfield .........:....... 94 121 '114R. R.. Varner, state highway patrolman BILL NO. 34

the birth of George Washington, :L s product is being shipped and handled Smith .................. 137 132 128 has been checking up on cars ORDINANCE NO. 34

national defense registration day by the American Fruit Growers TOTAL ................ 546 587 621 in Hendry County the past week An Ordinance Entitled "An Ordin-
for all Legionnaires and unaffiliated Express. for new 1941 tags and motorists ance Establishing ,The City Hall at a

World War veterans who care to Asked about the effect of the for driving licenses. Varner whose I New of Location Certain Premises Authorizing for The said Rental Pur--

do so. week-end rains on the crop, Mr. Kiwanis territory includes the counties of I pose, and Making Provisions for City

On that day every American Kurtz said that there was no dam: Markette ................ 186 200- 180 Hendry, Glades, Palm Beach Okee- Jail BE IT and ORDAINED Fire Engine BY House.THE" CITY '

Legion post in the country will a kits age and that the only damage done Miner ....'.................. 136 '149 chobee and Martin said Hendry COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF

membership and local Word by water was in the fall when the Lawrence .................136 125 County had given him very little I CLEWISTON, FLORIDA:

fill drainage district were unableto Tippey .................._. 172 113 trouble so far as new license plates Section 1. That the North and East
War veterans generally to out a pumps Wings of the Administration Building -
questionnaire. This form will be cope with the situation' for a Wilcox .........;::.......... 206, 150 144 are'' concerned. He had made no located on Block 182 Clewlston

will chronicle day or two.Visitors Ezelle :.....:............... 111 arrests in his check-up. Several be rented at a reasonable rent from
In triplicate. It Clewlston
every Legionnaire's capabilities and last week-end to the lettuce Doke ........................ 130, 150 drivers were found who had drivers I the ment Corporation Realty and that and Develop-the City I

talents which could be used In' processing plant were amazedat TOTAL ...............836 704 748 I permits but were ,not carrying them. I on Hall or be before,established March on 1st,said 1941.premises i
These he given a reprimand -
national defense. The post will retain the quality of the product and City ,Team said were Section 2. That the building In

the original copy of the the thoroughness ':with which it I Small ,.....................108' 190 159 again driving this time without but a if license caught a' which be the retained City Hall for the Is now City established Jail and-

questionnaire ,second copy will is graded. Griffin ...:................171 167 170 'them. fire engine house and other municipal
case would be made against
'
go to the department headquarters.The Charlie .................... 95 151 .181 purposes.
last copy will go to national ......... 93 Varner said ,he' was making a Section 3. That the officials of the
Tippey Bowls Highest Allen ..:......... City be and are hereby authorized and
and
headquarters. From these copies Crawford ...............138 136 185 check-up on lights this week directed to do all things necessary for
will be compiled post, departmentand .... 155 asked the cooperation of, all ownersof the carrying out of the provisions of
Tournament ScoreTo Boone ..... .......... 156 this ordinance. '
national indices of American motor ''vehicles to' be sure they
TOTAL ...............605 800, 850 anda Section 4. All ordinances and partsof
Legion national defense assets. had two brights, two dimmers ordinances In conflict herewith are
These indices will enable The Amer- I tail light. Fog lights, and spot hereby repealed. "
ican Legion quickly to locate J.. F. Tippey goe the individual School Children lights must be turned out when Section 5. This ordinance shall
bowling honors of the week take effect and be In force immediately -
member or veteran for whose spec-I rolledin To'I-'I meeting, other cars. upon its passage. \
for the highest score ever
ial services governmental agencies tournament competition on the Ride Buses Varner said he was "tightening Feb. 7-14. -

might have a need. I I down" on careless drivers who pass
local alleys. His 249 rolled last
The Clewiston Post No. 93 of night 'in the 'match between his school buses 'when 'they ,stop to take
The American Legion will undertake S. (Hendry County News) I on or let off passengers. He said
team, the Klwanians and, the U.
all unaf- who ride the bus the law strict in this mat
to register Legionnaires Engineers is not only the highest School children was very
filiated World War veterans in this score of tournament play but is : to the Southwest Florida Fair on ter and that violators would be

community and surrounding area. third highest score ever rolled on the day set aside for children Feb. "dealt with." Good FarmLand

Many local veterans are members the' local alleys. He is said to have 18, will be required to get the writ-

,of this post. ten ,consent of their parents to
made eight strikes and a
straight
,., 82 County Boys ,' ,
"This is a summons for possible couple of spares to attain_ the score. make the trip according to action
God and taken by the school board at the ;
Importantservice to To the City team goesteam hon-;I Get CCC Training
regular monthly meeting Friday at .
Country whom vre, served as young
week for their clean
the
for
ors the courthouse;, __ _,.,.-' .' lor Rent
men in 197-18, Commander C. sweep ol the match with the league-I io- -l ;y. t.i J" _

V. Parkinson of the Clewiston post leading Merchants. The three glme1 One bus will go from each of the A ,total of 82 young men frorr

said. "I feel certain that every loss by the Merchants places themin three school districts LaBelle Hendry County applied for enrollment

Legionnaire and World War vet- a precarious position atop the Felda and Clewiston and all ar- in the Civilian Conservation

erans generally will welcome this bowling 'ladder. rangements will be made by the Corps for the period of July 193'

,opportunity of perhaps doing another principals of these schools. through Dec. 1940. For the state,
In match Monday night the
bit for their country. We do not a The board also decided that the 24,922 :were accepted during. th<
from -
Affiliates pulled some tricks
. expect to be' called for active military faculty of Hendry county schools, same period.
the bag to defeat Clewiston Motors
service. Most of us are beyond I board members and superintendent All of the eligibles were not en Trespassers ;?
three 680-670 714-672
straights, ; ;
that age. But there are many would attend, the annual conyentiQn rolled, ,due to quota limitations, al
680-667. Their luck failed to hold
home defense duties to be. perform- of the Florida Education Association Will Be
Tuesday night however in their

ed. match with the Merchants and they which will be, held March 20, I . .'- ..NNNN- -NMNNNN- .. ..NMIs "
"I every''Legionnaire 22 in 'NNNN NNNNNNNN ' '
and 21 Tampa.
urge lost three. 739-634; 717-610; 705- ;;? ; ProsecutedClewiston
other' interested World War veterans 560. Also on Tuesday night the Marion Goff, Felda to LaBelle &

in this, community to registeron I Sugar Office team, still staying; bus driver, will be allowed one -:. 9\9 "NjfSpfrA*?" if3, .,1,
February 22. If you are goingto I close to the heels of the league drum of gasoline a month to be .'. t ,II '
be out of town on that date fill leaders, defeated Clewiston Motors paid for 'by the county board while :t LINCOLN DID NOT ,ORIGI.i :)]

out your questionnaire before you: three garnes,828-671 753-635 and highway 164" is under construction. ..i. NATE HOP THE PEOPLE, -*;;
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FOR
[ THE PEOPLE, JX
leave. It is a patriotic duty, and 844-699. Goff is using considerable extra .1BY
THE PEOPLE" .s
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we of The American Legion, have The following are scores of last gas in traveling the road to La- .'. Cleon of Athens, who lived *jy

never shirked our ,duty ,or lagged week's matches which were omitted Belle and back to Felda each school : about 400 B. C., expressed the ::1 J JX Realty And

in our patriotism. The time has' from the last issue. Copies of this day since the entire five mile stretchis :: same idea. In' an address on .jY j

come when we may be called upon week's scores were not yet availablethis being worked on at one time. May: 29, 1850 Theodore Parks
once more to stand for America said "A of all :5X DeveIQpmentCorporation
up morning: Miss Nellie Weaver, who was appointed y er government
and I am sure every Legionnairein Merchants secretary to County Super- :: the people'by all the people, -j jY ;
for all the people." 1. "Pop-
this community is ready. Martin i .......-..'..........162 115 intendent C. .E. Weaver at the first *t* ular Questions Answered" ,- JX :

Moore Haven Legionnaires may George .........:........: 157 122 meeting of the new board, has goneto Geo. W. Stimpson 2. "Handy y r

register. with J. M. Couse, LaBelle Stone .....................161 138 181' Hartford, Conn.- to take 'a posi- -y ,Book of Literary Curiosities" .::

members will register with R. N. Schroeder ................ 167 144 140 tion. No mention was made of a Y:: -W. S. Walsh.. ,.]

Miller and in Clewiston the regis Charlie ...........:.....:.157 174 178 successor- to Miss Weaver. .:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N N:N:N N:N N N N:..:N N NN N:N:N
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