The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00879
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: February 20, 1942
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
oclc - 33429955
notis - ACA5652
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System ID: UF00028415:00879
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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Bitting Says Sugar', Corporation Will Double Its 1

: Production If Given Priorities By U. So Government .

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549 ARE REGISTERED 1i: ,' ii 7 Reviews Rise Industry In :]

; OVER WEEK-END IN 4& Ji I' Address At Annual DinnerKey ,.i.ic ,

THIRD DRAFT CALLThe Men Of U.S.S.C. I I;)Announces Selection of j jI ;-

Get Stock BonusesThe Six Vice-Presidents
local office of the Hendry I I
" v County Selective Service Board announced ''"
By Directors
that a total of 594 men i .
following key men and department -. '
between the ages of twenty and head. were awarded stock I '.

.forty-f ve were registered on Saturday : )b'i iii r1ir, bonuses at the President's, dinner' In one of the most forceful talks '
Sunday ,and Monday in this / / last night. .The dinner is held in ever made in. Clewiston, Clarence ..ij:

,county and become subject, to be- their honor. by Mr. Bitting each R. Bitting, president of United .:

ing drafted for military service.Of February. States Sugar Corporation, told the "

this number two hundred or more men assembled
110 were regis- ( '
Fisher AV. Ange, Onzela A. An- ;
tered from other counties and for the annual President's '
derson, Horace A. Bestor, MalcolmW.
'States and their cards will be re- Bigg, William E. Bolton, Dr. Dinner at the Sugarland Park Au-

,, ,turned to the local draft' office at Brant- ditorium last night, that the corporation
% Benjamin A. Bourne, W. L.
had built itself in "The
the address given. At the same
ley, Sr., F. E. Bryant, Sidney L.
time many Hendry County men reg- American Way" and would con-
Crochet, Fred. W. Davis, John De-
:istered: in other counties and cards Valcourt tinue to operate in this way; that
AV. A. Davis, ,Foy Dur-
are still coming in which will prob- rence, William B. Elam, Josiah the men in the sugar organizationwere

ably come near making up the loss rendering a real patriotic serv-
Ferris, Jr., Lewis J. Fraser, JohnV.
of the 110. No count of these had I' NEW VICE-PRESIDENTS OF U. S. SUGAR CORP. John S. Harrington H. ice and that the corporation stood
Fourmy, '
:been made this morning.' Six men who have pioneered in Everglades productivitywere ready to double its annual outputof .
appointed vice-presidents of U. S. Sugar Corp. by the A. W. Hedke, W. P. Jernigan, O. A. sugar if the kind of .
The draft board met Wednesday Board of Directors Thursday and the appointments were an- Jones, Henry C. Jones, Henry C. proper

morning to separate 'the cards of 'nounced at the President's dinner here Thursday night by Clar- Kolstad, William H. Lanier, Dr. priorities were allowed by' the gov-

'those registered in Hendry County. ence R. Bitting, president. They are, top, left to right: Wil- Wreal L. Lott, John Lucaa, Evan ernment.

This meeting was >scheduled forI liam C. Prewitt, supt. of western ,field division; Malcolm W. AV. McLeod, C. L. ..l\I L'ellaon. He 'spoke of the many obstacles

'Tuesday night but cards from the Bigg, comptroller; Frederick E. Bryant, supt.' of eastern field which had been overcome in build-

'western ,part"of the .county had division; bottom, Harry T. Vaughn, supt. of sugar house; Dr.* I C. A. Martinez, Eugene C. Mills, ing the industry and paid tribute to

: Benjamin A. Bourne, director of agriculture research; and R. Y. J. F. Morrison, F. AV 'Mueller' N. those who had assisted in hurdling
been slow in
arriving. Patterson, chief engineer. Mr. Bigg also. becomes treasurer of Ar. S. Mumford, Robert Y. Patterson these obstacles; he told of the '"

This 594 :compares"with 1151 men the corporation.Clewiston Clias. M. Pirkle, M. M. Prewitt, .great amount of research that had ',
'on the draft list in the first two AAr. C. Prewitt. Frank Rodriguez, been carried on and pointed to

registrations, Mrs. I.: S. Bell, Jr., I Area Gets P.-T. A. Founders Day E. P. Shelley, Dr. O. F. Scliiffli, O. many of the things that researchhad

clerk in the office, stated that a H. Sheppard, Jack .Bernard Sigler, proven adaptable for growthin '.

great majority of those registeredwere Geo. L. Sims, Roscoe S. Stokes, M. the Everglades.Mr. .

in the older group above Defense FHA Rating Program Given TuesdayThe A. Thomas, Dr. ,ID.." C. Thompson, Bitting quoted from a letter

.thirty-five, who had not registered Henry E. Trice, Harry 'T Vaughn,Ito the Secretary of Agriculture
Jn the, .first call. r L- :M. E. Von Mach Arthur O. Ward,I
President Roosevelt on Wednes- annual Founders Day pro- written January 20, this year, which
The total registrations included Neal Williamson, 'Dr. W. D. AVylie, .
Clewiston defense of' the Parent-Teacher Asso- was a simple straightforward offer ;
day approved as a : '
170 whites at the Clewiston school, George A. Yon, F Deane 'Duff, William (
> tons the
building, area in which the ciation was' given JTuesday' night in. I to increase by 100.000
,, ,.275 colored, anda few whites; at auditorium. C. .O\veii;7George; : ICingsley.Xylophonist .: .production the 2:
<;.. h ,'" ;- To, site .'j TQltc.t ftui' and 'i49. from'the federal 'housi administration 'may the school The 'presiden"t Everglades sugar: .

lend builders .of defense homes up Mrs. C. H. Berner, was absent t I necessary priorities were grantedfor
LaBelle-Felda 'area. White registrations -
to ninety per- cent of the value of on account of' illness" and Mrs.. To Give materials and equipment.In .
the heaviest Sat-
were on ,
each home. F. E: Conkling presided. at the J closing' his talk Mr. Bitting
urday and 'most of the colored reg- '
announced the appointment of six
istered .on Sunday. The 'school here Defense housing may, therefore, meeting. Concert 'Wednesday '

showed 83 registered Saturday, 56 be financed under Title 6 of the 'Mrs. E. H. Walston was in chargeof I new vice-presidents' and introducedeach
'turn M. W. 'Bigg as
Sunday and 31 Monday; Townsite national. housing act, drafted to the program. A candle pageant one in :
Miss Marielta Huron, one of corporation treasurer and vice-
" Ai had, 29 on Saturday, 177 Sunday and speed privately, financed defense was given with Mrs. C. W. Fuller, i
!America's most famous concert :FE." Bryant as vice-
67 Mondaywith two late comers homes construction. Under this Mrs. E. C. Mills, MrsR.: Y. Pat- I ;
: will concert in charge of the Eastern
xylophonists, give a president
Tuesday; LaBelle courthouse'regis- section of' the act the home buyeris terson, Mrs: Carl Johnson, Mrs. H. I
next evening at the Division Wm. C. Prewitt as vice-
tered 18 Saturday, .9 Sunday and allowed up to thirty months to R. Hall, Mrs. W. C. Owen, ,Mrs. J. I Wednesday I ;
Clewiston Inn between the hours of president in charge of Western Division
10 Monday; LaBelle school register amortize the ten per cent down H. :Doty and Mrs. Conkling rep- I
nine and ten o'clock to which R. Y. Patterson, vicepresident -
d' 43 Saturday, 26 Sunday and payment, thus minimizing the resenting objectives of the P.-T. A. '
in this section interestedin in charge of Engineering;
32 Monday. Only eleven were reg- amount of the initial cash payment Miss ,Mary Neely talked on the, everyone -
fine music is invited as 'guests I B. A. Bourne, vice-president in
istered as total from the Felda area I required of defense workers. "Founding of the P.-T. A."
,.. the Inn. charge of research and H. T.
Many[ new homes are: under construction Two moving pictures, "Safety"and I Hof in
rr vice-president chargeof
1IISS.Huron is expected to picka as
here now and a great "Paper Making Process," were .
Dr. Horne Speaker variety of classical selections for sugar house.
many more will be started shortly. shown the group. I Mr. Bitting was introduced by
the concert including a
The United"States Sugar Corporation Refreshments of, 'punch and sand- and
W. :Moran, vice-president
At Kiwanis from of the better known Jay
: plans to build at least fifty wiches were prepared and served by some general manager of the corpora-

i houses in Sugarland Park on which members of the Home Economic'sclass operas. tion, as the man who '"had plowed

work will probably start within two under the supervision of their If the public response is as goodas
furrow" for
Dr. Wm. D. Horne, retired sugar the first straight sugar
; weeks. teacher, Miss Hannah York. is hoped, Mrs. C. L. Downs, manager .
and research worker who is production in the Everglades.The
I of the Inn, plans to have'couple a
spending the winter at the Inn, dinner was held in the new
of such concerts or more
I was guest speaker at the regular and spacious Sugarland Park Audi-.

weekly meeting of the Kiwanis Clubon each year, bringing in famous 'ar-- torium, the speaker's table, being
Text Address Given tists who are vacationing or on tour
Wednesday night. I Complete of of Florida. placed ,against the south side of the

Dr. Horne chose as his subject room and the other tables running

"Fundamentals of Sugar" and held northward from this long table.

his audience's close attention as he Clarence R. Bitting At Bob King Qualifies Guests included key men of the

gave the historical background of By Dinner organization, department heads,

the sugar Industry in detail and I For State Senatori members of the board of directorswho

disclosed many things' about the had met that afternoon, Brit

modern industry and uses of sugar Each year, at this time, ,we gather them. How the picture has changed. -- ish and American officials from
W which were unfamiliar to his lisp here in Clewiston to honor the King, former sheriff, yesterday Riddle Field, well-known newspapermen -
teners. In this connection he said key men of United States Sugar Eleven years ago the bloom was filed as a candidate for state I ,. public officials and

7' that a half million acres in the senator in'the May primary by send friends of the corporation from
off the
Corporation. These annual dinners the rose of Everglades and I
Everglades are suitable for ,the : ing an $18 qualifying fee to the every part of the state.

growth of sugar .cane and that have become an, institution in the the dismal prophets of disaster and I|I secretary ,of state. March 20 is I An orchestra played during the

Florida could easily produce the Everglades. Much' has happened despair were busily sowing their 1 1 I! the deadline dinner and features 'of the enter-

necessary margin of sugar. to pre- since that; day,' eleven years 7 ago, I i seeds of gloom; the area presentedno State Senator Ward is campaigning tainment were vocal numbers and

vent any shortage. I attractions to the glib'-tongued dances by Miss Cordova, dances bya
when I first came to the 'Glades to' for re-election and Elbert Stew-
In closing his talk Dr. Horne sugar who win renown by denouncing suc- memberof native Tahitian girl and two girls
reorganize the properties. art of Clewiston, veteran
paid a glowing tribute to the gen- cess. Only those with stout hearts, the legislature from Hendry playing the accordian and clarinet

ius and 'good management which Eleven years ago the sugar industry high courage, and unbounded faith to file. who circulated among the guests
County, is also expected
had been responsible for the plan- of the upper 'Glades was remained, and it was upon the high No candidates from Key West haveso playing favorite numbers.

ned growth of Clewiston and read about to add one _more monumentto quality of 'those who remained that Back of Mr. Bitting at the cen-

V the following poem which he had the great number of ancient ruins the sugar industry was rehabilitated. far been reported. ter of the ,sp 'aker's stage a huge

written: which dot the state in 'memory of Tonight we pay honor to that Counties in the senatorial district red, white and blue V was fastenedon

I many ill-fated attempts to e'stab- fine and firm foundation. Two are Collier, Hendry, Lee and Mon fhe wall with the American flagat

CLEAArISTON lish the production of sugar as an arid one-half weeks ago the University roe.-Fort Myers News-Press. the side. Further patriotic deco-

Youthful busy Clewiston economic resource of the state of I of Miami paid high tribute rations were cleverly carried out in
Thy march toward fame hath well Florida. to this organization; using me as Service, Emblems Are the long row of colored flowers

begun Eleven ''years ago the area pre- I the personification of ,the organization which ran the length of the speak-

Thy sweet; canes conjure in their ,sented a desolate scene; store the University conferred ah Given To Employees, er's table.

blades shelves :were empty; the employeeshad honorary degree-I accepted ,that Following the distribution of

Such treasure from the Everglades forgotten the experience of a I high honor in such spirit.To bonuses to the key men, numbers

full pay envelope; drainage district Judge Whitehurst belongs a At the President's Dinner Thurs-. were drawn from a box by Miss

} Great reputation hath been won. pumps were' without fuel and with- high and prominent place in the day night ruby set gold,.service pins Cordova, one of the entertainers,

,, Now, in our nation's mighty need, out men to operate' them; their debt annals of sugar production in Flor- were presented to F. E. Bryant, W. which corresponded with the num-

Increasing millions that we feed burden was beyond all possibilityof ida. It was he who guided the P. Jernigan"and H. C. Kolstad to bers on the place cards of the key

Let us employ what nature gives, being carried; school, teachers properties, through that perilous denote more than twenty years of men and entitled them to their

Develop every thing that lives were unpaid; the tax collector had period preceding the reorganization.To 1 service in the Everglades sugar in- choice of a number of valuable

To help accomplish this great deed. probably forgotten how to make Judge Whitehurst's vision and I dustry. prizes.

out' a tax receipt; many inhabitantswere statesmanship belongs the credit for F. W. Ange and G. L. Sims re- I J. V. Fourmy: picked the Argus
Then, in the future shall
we see preparing to give the Ever- maintaining sugar production as I ceived gold buttons for fifteen yearsof camera with flash and case; '0. A.

Not only thy prosperity, glades back to the Seminoles and an economic resource of the state. service and bronze buttons were Anderson a Winchester shotgun;
But in the turn of fortune's wheel '
t J the Seminoles were preparing, with During the past eleven years this awarded to Josiah Ferris, Jr., and John DeValcourt, an outboard motor -

We can also rightful feel all their might and main, to resist organization has overcome many I I W. H. Lanier for five years of service ; F. W.. Mueller, RCA radio;

That we have helped toward victory. having such a gift forced upon (Continued on Page 4; 'I.f (Continued on page 10). .

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TAP I Training Youth for Jobs With U. S. I IThousand's *&3lf&ito9( %" THE. CHEERFUL CHERU "'. I;I II I ,

TK*, vty the world jvyfc.stili I

through i
of young 'jjf 3pi.ce.VitKout
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men and women 'are machinery or i :

f R E EN rolling in training eni. GESCREEPII 10 fvss :.

in vocational and .
ti By VIRGINIA VALE Is quite disquieting- .(
schools courses .. (Released by Western Newspaper Union.) I f
Washington, D. C. : nope,
sored by the U. S. Officeof i I ItFter
NEW TAX BATTLE Education. With this l' fi& TTOLLYWOOD may not seeKatharineHepburnworking There''orne one looking i .
Biggest fight on Capitol Hill when A A
they will se- u,. I ,
experience .. .
is .
It comes to writing new taxes go- ..
before its for C\1.C.tt! '
be cameras again
ing to be over the sales tax. Wall cure better jobs, or ,
Street forces already have'laid pipe qualified to participate in some time; she left when she fin- 'I -

lines to certain congressmen for a civil service examinations. ished "Woman of the Year" withno

sales tax instead of heavier cor- The U. S. Civil Service : 44 plans for making more pictures I II It I

poration taxes, and it is going to bea Commission,allows creditin but with plenty for doing t '

The knock-down-drag-out man in the thick battle.of this fightis many: of'its examinations received.- that new play;;' if it runs as longas -'- tI I "

now relatively obscure, but the for training ""Philadelphia Story" did she
public will hear a lot about' him,, These photosshowtrainee won't be ready for pictures again for WNU Service., r I IN ;ri ,\

shortly. He is Randolph Paul, better airplane mechanics. more than two years. i ,."

known to Ford, Standard Oil, Incidentally, Spencer Tracywhoalso I

and big firms who hire the nation's wants to do a play, if he can find ,, N THE fAMOUSDROP : ,
best tax experts, than to the rest of \a :a1.k, 6 + aT 7 r, Y the right one-had his hair cut for WAY HEAD TO COLO GIVE THE YOU AIR.ft i[ '
the country. Paul has written a ? ,h4 at, }, ,,, YR.f'a ac 7 Yafy., that new Hepburn picture, the first rA USE AS DIRECTED.
number of books on federal income 5 time he's done that since 1935, when ', ; o COOLING, SOOTHINOPENETRO ,
taxes and gave up a $250,000 law {wJ, he had a haircut for "Murder Man," s' NOSE

practice to work for virtually nothing />t S iY Js 'ti .a}o a I,e'J j .. ' : / :
for the government. riFYf'ii1t: *wN; *{"qr. :l t&WJ-"m%% *:. ? I
Despite his background, however,, f.f: Nt f14mf*" : ,;}tf.. { f, y I i iJ J '
big business' will get no comfort :>lf 1l'Jgf.: : :t.ifJ'ff.'
A0flt it. -'-: The Covetous One i !. '
Paul when it
from Randolph comesto .
t&df :: k ,;i(@I1
the sales tax. He is opposed to % N # ,W The covetous ,man is like a r:
this levy primarily because it in- !ii/ camel with a great hunch on his : ;,

duces inflation."If r '::4Jv / back; heaven's gate must be !

you add four cents on the sales ';fi.? I made higher and broader, 'or he ( f
ifPj't will hardly get in. Thomas f
price of any commodity, Paul argues :
"and a few more pennies on Adams. I I r
the price of a whole row of other 1 ;g;;f%$: i

commodities, labor has an excuseto c :.iW. @ffH. ;: & 4 \
ask for an' increase in wages. ..:,rz;;J.: ,%W'1 DON'T LET .

Prices have gone up, and labor I L
claims it is entitled to the increase. ? 4 l

Then once the increase is granted, SLOW YOU, UP {
industry has an excuse for increas- ___L:1__:_ ..azr' }___...........'io.fawcw'Stsurdt' YSi95'%i% yx..
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ing prices, and the whole thing is r: KATHARINE HEPBURN irritable, headachy and everything you you

started all over again. It can be the ; R\r ,\} .ba%?,,;a,,;; ,,, + ''Ir jY. do is an effort, do as millions do-chew '
most vicious circle in our economiclife. r i" '; a ;, which he made with Myrna Loy; FEEN-A-MINT, the modem chewing ,
." gum laxative. Simply chew FEEN-A- !
think back and you'll remember that MINT before you go to bed-sleep without r
he's been doing "unshaven and unshorn" being disturbed-next morning gentle,
Anti-Sales Tax. J !! .,. ,}, thorough relief, helping feel swell ,
l '; 'rxr b9 a. ; !;::: .%}": roles, a long string of them. you ,
Instead of a sales tax, Paul fa- again, full of your normal pep. Try ,.
FEEN-A-MINT. Tastes good, is bandy '
along vors a the, series line.of Most very stiff drastic, taxes of his all Upper picture illustrates graphically an opportunity to learn by doing. Case investigators on the air's,' and economical.A generous family supply : ,.

Lower: Basic training in the elementary theory of flight. What makesan "Are You Missing Heir" only
proposals is to tax lowest bracket a program FEEN.A.MINrOi i
incomes. airplane fly? (Civil Service Commission photos.) travel thousands of miles and spend *

j Paul points out that if you take 72 '"""., -''- '''_..,,_._----''' hundreds of dollars in search of those
per cent from the big business ex- heirs _- so imagine their surprise Our Business i

ecutive making $50,000 a year he when a legatee turned up practically To turn all that we possess into !'

merely increases salaries to his as- under their noses; she's Agatha the channels of universal love be- f

sociates, spends more money on in- Friederick, and is a script-writer for comes the business of our lives.- ,
stitutional > advertising, and de- the agency handling the Heirs pro John Woolman. r

creases his net income. This in. the gram.

end also leads to inflation. Paulis I ---7-

in favor of taxing the higher We know only that "the studio has Is Your Daughter

brackets ''very heavily, but warns made some concessions" in that dif- ,
that the $1,200OOOOOO additional attainable ference of opinion between Deanna thing Maybe to she really needs sOIe.pnpu! la r?

from this source is peanuts Durbin and Universal that's kept her out her charm. She f
can't be attractive if she's pale underweight '
compared with what the country has off the screen. all this time. Last Oc- end scrawny. Encourage her appetite with.
Vitamin Bl and Iron in VINOL. Your druggist
to raise to meet the bill.
tober it was reported that she was hat this pleasant-tasting tonic. I
The real spending power of the demanding the right to, choose her o..VINL. -
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nation is in the lower bracket in- vehicles and approve her leadingmen i I '
comes and Paul contends these will and directors-when a star : .

have to bear the big part of the war : takes things into her oWn hands that Elevated Her J i :

budget. way she's usually on the skids that Miss Jinks-You mean you let that t
Other Paul proposals tall corporal steal a kiss from ? ""
are: lead to oblivion. Now she's set to you r
Miss Short-Yes, but he had to holdme
make Her husband '
pictures again. ,
(1) Heavy corporation taxes ,
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; to do it.
(2) stiff excess profits taxes; (3) 4 4 74N Vaughn Paul, will not change his up

plugging all loopholes in the tax mind about his resignation as a Universal f fOMfE

laws; (4) an excise tax on certain FI & id producer. II MIDDLE-AGE'
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would not increase the cost .of John Payne replaces Victor Ma-' \ j "

living. Their first dis-assembly is shown above. A modern superchargedradial ture in 20th Century Fox's "White W N (38-52'/ I

His recommendations are sure to aircraft engine. Collar Girl," in which he plays oppo- HEED THIS' ADVICE t ,
be adopted in toto by Secretary site Betty Grable. The picture is
If you're cross;restless, nervous t
Morgenthau and the White House. j F scheduled to get under way soon, suffer hot flashes, dizziness- f
Whether congress will adopt them j with John '''Brahm _directing. caused by this period in a

will be decided only after one of the ---7f--: woman's life-try Lydia Pink-: .
toughest tax battles in ham's Vegetable Compound. I l
history- If seems to be children's day at Made especially for women.Helpsto
especially over the sales tax. J ri the Columbia studios. Baby Davy relieve distress due'to this ,
.' functional
j disturbance.
j James, the infant Marlene Dietrich Thou'I
HOW TO SEE HENDERSON j didn't in "The Is sands upon thousands of women .,
drop Lady Willing, report remarkable benefits. Follow r
Leon Henderson is guarded by so has a new contract with options that label directions. .'.
many secretaries and functionaries J I
cover a total of 21 years; now a year
that even members of congress old, he's known professionally as !
have a hard time getting to him. fx%' c.i !
.. Y Ky'IaJ "Wonder Baby Corey, his name in J
Officials of p' j Man the Actor
Alaska, bothered by a t that picture. And 15-day-old Norma '
serious price Man is a make-believe animal- i
problem in the Terri- Jean Wayne is working in "Blondie's
tory, tried for days to get an audi- Blessed Event." he is never so truly himself as .J
ence with the price czar. when he is acting a part.-Hazlitt. i
Finally, a little
gray-haired lady
found That bartender whom you'll see
the answer.
with Richard Arlen and Arline Judgein !
Mrs.< John McCormack, wife of #: ?a;) jq-.?,,, .S 'Ynv11 y/yL,' /a a "Wildcat" once had his day as a ;COLDS !

Alaska's selective, service head, at- famous man. He is Tom Kennedy, H!
a woman's club function in
and once upon a time he fought Jack 4 ie.
Washington 'at qulcke
which Henderson Johnson for the world's heavyweight i

submitted to questioning.Mrs. .. mn.n_ .. ._.. .__.. __"_____ __ championship. LIQUIDTABLETS ,
McCormack the ---7 666 SALVE
put Alaskan
price problem to Henderson on the Left. Operating a drill press. Machining and checking a cam ring. COUGH NOSE DROPS DROPS !

floor of the club meeting, and he Right: Assembling a popular opposed-cylinder aircraft engine. Speaking bought of a war story picturesParamount called "Chan- !

promptly office invited her, to call at his ..--- <7--.;. _. _}ii )$ "'M "...* :.w:: nel Port" way back last April, and WNU-7 7-42 I
next day for a detailed 1f
planation. now is going to do something aboutit. I
It will be filmed in England, and By Its Proverbs :
said people around the office," executives are hoping to get Lau- The genius, wit and spirit of a t !

Henderson, "will try to keep rence Olivier or David Niven for the nation are discovered in its prov-
you out but pay no attention to < .,
lead. It's a Commando story; thehero's erbs. >
You just march straight into i1
my .office." a long-distance swimmer, who
swims the channel from France to
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Mrs. 4 t ?
McCormack followed in- .4 England with important information.

structions.came away She with.saw a.promise Henderson* of action., and rq1 iapiII: : Columbia grabbed:( the title, "The 'with' -backache* 1 ? t

CAPITAL CHAFF ; Commandos," first, however; their i
story deals with an American
C. Attorney General Francis Biddle WHEN kidneys function badly and 1
is who becomes one of that daring
personally reviewing the recom-, suffer a nagging backache
band, and a girl in Norway who with dizziness burning '
mendations too
of all Alien Enemy scanty or ;
heads an underground movement frequent urination and getting at \
Hearing boards, which up
charges against alien residents pass on in 94t WS% aLX against the invaders-one more "boy night when you feel tired, nervous,

the U. S. meets girl" plot, in a new setting. all upset use Doan's Pills.Doan's I
---K- are especially for poorly
C. The Bluefield, W. Va., Chamberof working kidneys. Millions of boxes '
Commerce has taken an unusual "Bedtime Story" has a parallel in are used every year. They are recom-
step for a chamber'of commerce. & > k' real life, Helen Hayes' announce- mended the country over. Ask your
Advocating the curtailment of non- ; ment that ,she would retire for two neighbor! '

essential federal spending, the Picture at left shows trainees operating a modern screw-cutting lathe. years was contradicted, by her hus- i -
'chamber listed a number of pet local the bore band, Charles MacArthur who hasa 1 l I
Right: Honing of a cylinder. Accuracy to one-ten thousandthof "
projects it was willing to forego I an inch is required. new play for her. Same plot as the .! '
for the duration of the war. picture! r

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UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL 1 A quiz with answers offering ?

!; '. SUNDAY L ANOTHER information on various subjects:

I:, esson B

" By DBtbl LUNDQU1ST. D. D. The Questions The Answers
Of The Institute of Chicago.
Released by Western Newspaper Union.)
L'' 1. The Rubicon refers to what? 1. A river. By leading an army

, wt, 2. What is the chemical name across the river contrary to the
"V ; Lesson for February 22 for laughing 'gas? prohibition of, the civil govern-

_* % ZSJ 3. What is a machete-a ba- ment of Rome, Caesar precipitated -
? ) Lesson subjects and Scripture texts se- nana, a knife or a musical instru- a civil war which made him
lected and copyrighted by International
Council of Religious Education: used by ment? supreme, hence, "to cross the Ru-
permission. 4. Where do the natives speak bicon" is to take the irrevocable

the Manx language? decisive step.
I 5. What was Romeo's family 2. Nitrous oxide. t
l name? 3. A knife. .
LESSON TEXT-Luke 61226. 6. Electrum is an alloy of what? 4. Isle of Man.

GOLDEN TEXT-Let your light so china 7. Linseed oil is an important 5. Montague.
before men. that they may see your good component of which-calcimine, 6. Gold and silver.
works and glorify your Father which Is In linoleum
or asphalt? 7. Linoleum.
fleaven.-Matthew 5:16.

S y Y God is sovereign and has all power. -
He might, therefore, performHis Tenor Offered a ChanceTo / Should

works without the help of man, Reach, the Top NoteIt Have
and ,on many an occasion He does J
just that. Known
after the The
That fact makes it all the more was opera.
glorious that He ordinarily works expensively the dressed broadshoulderedand woman approached -, Better"She !; -- '

through men, giving to them the
knew she
with' faultlessly attired man. was .
privilege of companionship eating too much! :

I 4./ Y wAli t +'. .' Him in service. Sinful and weak "If I am not mistaken," she Things looked so good she kept righton.
.Y.'. \ 4 though they may have been, they gushed, "I have the honor of And then-GAS! Stomach and

..... am4aai :rhaSla ..:.. vu.aJt become strong and holy in Him, speaking to the renowned tenor, intestines inflated like a balloon,
able to do valiant service in His have I not?" and breathing an effort. If a spell or
The Truth of It Is This Cherry Torten Is Good. CONSTIPATION caused this, AD-
name.I. The celebrated singer felt flat- LERIKA; should have been handy.
(See Recipes Below),
Appointed to Serve Christ (vv. tered and beamed upon her, and It is an effective blend of 5 carminatives -
IdeasIt oJ' 12-19). with a nod of his head, he asked, and 3 laxatives for DOUBLE
Washington Day
This Week's Menu It is the constant teaching of "Is there something I can do for action. Gas is quickly relieved, and
gentle bowel action follows surprisingly -
took Washington to make! the Scripture that those called to serve you, madam?" fast. Your druggist has ADMind's -

cherry famous by telling the truth Meat Creamed Balls Buttered With Noodles God are not self-appointed. Theyare o "I can't find my car," she an- ] .
about cutting down that famous tree, swered pleasantly. "Would you be
but it takes only a sampling to makeus Egg ,Garnish 1. Chosen by Him (vv. 12, 13). He so kind as to call ,out 'Charlie' at Mystery''
appreciate the excellence of this 'Banana Muffins Butter chooses whom He will, gives them the top of your-voice? I am sure The mind itself does not know
luscious red-ripe berry. Lettuce*,With French Dressing the gifts and the grace for ministryand he will hear you!" what the mind is.-Cicero. '

If you're sensitive to color, and Cherry Torten ( both are important!), and pro-
Coffee Tea Milk vides them a place of service. It is
most of you are, I am sure, then
Recipes Given. vital to the servant of Christ that CJOnzF"ta'e1ISn>dr
you can make the All bla Reaenecf;
most of the possibilities he know that he has been chosen

which the ( 1 teaspoon lemon or orange extract and called of the Lord. 1, .. -
cherry offers for Observe that it was after a nightof FJ ::. I __ Jo _

pepping up win- 1% cups red, pitted cherries prayer that Jesus appointed the 9" < ;} '

ter mealtime.. % cup butter twelve. How many churches give
With appetites Vz cup brown sugar that much prayer to the choosingof How Famous Dionne -
its leaders? Do not need it
but we
riding high,
Beat yolks until thick; 'add sugar
opportunities for far more than did our Lord? 1 RELIEVE |
gradually. Continue beating and
'decoration fairly add water. Mix well and add sifted 2. Called from, Many Walks of QUINTUPlETS I MISERY OF CHEST COlDS

low in these colder dry ingredients. Beat in thoroughlyand Life (vv. 14-16). The apostles were

months, the fold in flavoring and stiffly beaten men of widely differing gifts, tem- Mother-Give YOUR Child wonderful results because it's
Washington birthday and its syno- egg whites. Melt butter in heavy peraments, and personal character- This Same Expert Care! than an ordinary "salve." It helps more
nym the ,cherry, come to the rescue. skillet and add brown sugar. Over istics. Some had unusual ability; ,At the first sign-'of a chest cold the break up local congestion. Since
Cherry Torten. this cherries then others apparently were of ordinary Dionne Quintuplets'throats and chests Musterole is used on the Quintuplets
pour over rubbed with Children's Mild may be sure mother, it's just
are you
(Serves 6 to 8) qualifications. They were of
cake batter. Bake 30 to 40 minutesin many :Musterole-a product made especially about the BEST product made!
Torten Layer: a moderate .((350-degree) oven. occupations, fishermen, a tax gath- to promptly relieve dis- Children's 1 IN 3 STRENGTHS
1 cup sifted flour erer, etc.; but not one was by pro- tress of children's colds Children's :Mild Muster
V& teaspoon salt' Peach Cherry Pie. fession a preacher or priest. and resulting bronchial .. I ole.Also Regular and Ex-
1 recipe plain pastry and croupy coughs. "tra Strength for grown-
1 tablespoon .sugar Were men to choose for such offices Musterole: gives such upswhopreferastronger
"-Vi cup:foutterv-y:' 3A cup sugar, they would look within the narrow ; Mild product.All drugstores.
1 egg yolk, slightly beaten 1/4 cup flour limits of a few learned profes- '.
Combine flour salt and Cut l1/ cups canned tart red cherries '
sugar. sions, with certain nationalities pre-
in butter with knives or pastry IVz cups sliced peaches (canned) ferred, and with position ,in life an Secret Sorrows knows not; and oftentimes we calla
blender. Add beaten egg yolk and 1/4 teaspoon almond extract I important factor. God cuts across Believe me, every man has his I man cold when he is only sad.- I
mix thoroughly. Press this mixture y\ cup juice from canned cherries every man-made limitation and secret ,sorrows, which the world Longfellow.

into baking dish or pie tin. Cover 3 tablespoons butter I I calls His workers as He sees fit.
with cherry topping and bake in a Drain fruit. Mix flour and sugar I 3. Companions in Service (vv. 17- -

A hot (425-degree) oven for 15 min- and sprinkle, % of the mixture in a 19). At once the twelve received 'f/\ :
7" utes. Reduce heat to moderate (350 linedpastry tin. Add fruit and cher- their introduction to service to the

degree) for about 20 minutes. ry juice to which has been added great multitude diseased, demon

Serve Hot or cold, with whipped or the almond extract. Sprinkle fruit possessed, in spiritual need. It ,was LESS NICOTINE THAT'S
plain cream if desired. with remaining flour-sugar mixture. Jesus who healed them (and notice
Dot with butter. Make lattice IN THE SMOKE ) I ) .
Cherry Topping: top that, "he healed them all," v. 19), WHY CAMELS
1 No. 2 can red, tart- ,"pitted' cherries for. pie and flute edges. Bake in a but verse 17 tells us that the newly CLICKS WITH
Vz cup sugar lot (425-degree) oven 10 minutes,_ appointed apostles came and stood ARE

.,.. 4 tablespoons cornstarch then in a moderate (350-degree) I with Him. They had fellowship with ME. AND THAT FIRST WITH THE \
1 butter 25 minutes.
tablespoon oven I I the healing and serving Christ, justas CAMEL FLAVOR
Drain juice from cherries. Heatto Meat balls slim the budget and we may have it in service for, MEN IN THE .1
boiling point.- Combine sugar and still remain a good main dish for Him today. 'IS REALLY
cornstarch. Add enough cold wa- dinners this sea- I, NAVY
n. Prepared to Live for Christ SWELL
ter make'
to a smooth paste. Pour son. They're nutritious '
this gradually into the boiling cher- and flavorful (vv. 20-26).
ry juice and cook 5 minutes, stir- made with 1. How to Meet Difficulties (vv.

ring constantly. Remove from fire, egg, milk and 20-23). Poverty, hunger, weeping,
add cherries and butter. bread, and color' being hated for Christ's sake, these
This upside down cake is as goodas ful with green 1 were the things that Jesus knew
I it looks because the cherries are peas riding in the His servants might expect, so He
interlaced with rich brownish red prepared them. They were told that
the delicious' car- gravy: these things need not disturb them,
't amel mixture. *Meat Balls. for there is a kingdom coming;

You'll be extra (Serves 6) there will be a time when every

clever for varying 2 slices bread hunger will be satisfied, when weep- h.r .
c ing shall turn to laughter.
\ the dessert
) ,} course with this 1%beaten cup milk egg Hatred for Christ's sake is de- .., -R

newcomer to the % pound ground beef clared to be the occasion for an :
11 upside down cake outburst of joy because of the reward -
V\ ground
I I family for it's Salt cup and pepper pork which awaits in heaven.
: bound speaks much of rewards
r 1 to carry 2 tablespoons chili ,sauce Scripture ,
off first and do well to
honors: 1 small onion, grated we encourage our-
Cherry Upside Down. Cake. 2 cups strained tomatoes selves and other Christians by the

2 eggs 1 teaspoon Worcestershire blessed prospect.
3/4 cup sugar sauce Meeting difficulties is a matterof I THE SMOKE OF SLOWER-BURNING CAMELS CONTAINS
1 cooked
% boiling water cup peas, I mental and spiritual
cup having eyes
% cup cake flour Soften bread'in milk, add egg. rightly focused. If we do, we can 28% LESS NICOTINEthan
Vi teaspoon salt Mix meats and add seasonings, salt, see right through them and see that
chili sauce and,onion. Form the average of the 4 other largestsellingcigarettes
% pepper
teaspoon baking powder on the other side there is blessing.But .
into balls, roll in flour and brownin there are temptations in an- tested .less than any of them.. .

hot fat. Add tomato and wor- other direction, so He tells them ,according to independent scientific
cestershire sauce and simmer for Avoid tests of the smoke itself tIn
Lynn Says: 2. How to Dangers (vv. 24-
( 35 minutes. Add peas and cook until 26). Jesus is here speaking of those C'
they heat through,, the Navy In the Army In the Marines -
The cherry family is one with who, lacking true spiritual vision,
in the Coast Guard-actual sales
many branches. There are two Banana Muffins. revel in the satisfaction of worldly records Post chance: $and Canteens
other types of cherries worthy of (Makes 10 muffins) things without a thought of God. The chow the favorite cigarette Is Camel i

mention. 2 tablespoons shortening passage, however, may well be applied -

The first of these is a white Vi cup sugar to the worker for Christ. Often .,:,,, I
type cherry commonly called % cup chopped banana he will be tempted to covet"the, ;

Queen Anne. This lends itself 1 egg wealth, the prosperity, the pleas-
well to salads and adds distinc- 1 cup vitamin-enriched wheat flakes::! ures, and popularity of those roundabout
tive flavor especially when usedin % cup milk him. CAM EL
combination with other fruits 1 cup flour I The question which comes to himis

.. such as pineapple, oranges, /z teaspoon salt Why should I and my family not
,# grapefruit and bananas. ,A little 2/z teaspoons baking powder share these pleasant things? Therein -

,1 bit of the Queen Anne cheery goesa Blend shortening and sugar, add lies a temptation to become THE CIGARETTE OF COSTLIER TOBACCOS
long way. chopped banana and egg and beat worldly-minded, centered in the tem-
The other type, called Bing thoroughly. Stir in wheat flakes and poralities of life. Let him learn that

cherries, are deep, dark red, and milk. Sift dry ingredients and 'add money in itself cannot bring last THE SPECHALSvw
quite sweet. For that reason they to first mixture. Stir only until ing joy; that the, fullness of this A TCa
are at home in desserts. Theycan flour disappears. Fill greased .muffin world is soon: exchanged for an eter- You can depend on the special sales merchants -
of town in columns
be made into sauces and tins until % full and bake in a nal emptiness\ ; that the shallow our announce
of this paper.They mean mcney saving to our readers. It always pays to patronize
,,;s ;served over ice creams and pud. moderately hot (400-degree) oven laughter of this world's fun rapidly merchants who advertise.They are not afraid of their merchandise or their prices.
dings. about 30 minutes. gives way to. weeping.
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News t ning arrangement, and every bit of but .forceful manner, entered the of supply, the state and the Na.. total of 52; our key men total 55.. ,, i '

The Clewiston it was home-grown. (picture that success was assured. \'tion. Such man-made obstacles At harvest-end barbecue last S ,

He has contributed much to the should not daunt us in our Ideal to year 714 emblems were distributed ,
recreation! center madea
The new ;: r
Published Friday in Clewiston. perfect setting for the dinner, future potentialities of the area. j I[make the Everglades) blossom as the to others than key men; this year | ,*

Florida. by every the CLEWISTON NEWS, and it will never be more attractive Our guests who honor us with i'garden spot of America. Florida 433 emblems Will be so distributed. 1 1I
Tnc. ''and the Everglades' have much to doubt -if other
than with those simple, effective their presence tonight might be any comparable 1
in-I' offer the Nation and the world and enterprise .has such a large number
decorations. The president's table terested in the ways means 'J'
there will be those of ,
KEATIILCY: DOVDEEditor:: ran along the south wall and other'banquet which we proved the area. Disasters i always present long-service employees. ,
of the studied so who would destroy. for the mere joy At the time of presentation of. '
tables were at right angles past were I .
I I of destruction or to attain some, service emblems a failed J
year ago we -
Entered second class mall matter to this. An American flag and a that as many as possible pitfalls I '
as Test Office In ,: undisclosed and sinister goal. We to present one, to the man whose J-:'t
February 1, 1927 at the large red, white and blue V were might be avoided;
Clewiston, Florida, under the Act of on the south wall. Along the cen- I studies' disclosed proper methods of..fall' know that there are many in- I foresight, faith' and courage made !:
:March 3, 1897.
terests which would greatly
control taught profit possible the reorganization of ten :
ter of the guest tables were laid water ; soil studies i .y
full-opened red glads and beside I us correct methods of land pre- [I by the destruction of any of the' years ago. He is not present tonight ':' t

Siibterlpilon! Rate $=.00 Per Year. each plate was a blue velvet box paration, soil amendment and ferti- ,great resources of this great state, II I I II I so I ask his son to "accepton i

TtertlMlng Rates On Application. with favors of the evening. Prom- lization; plant breeding work de- I and sugar and the Everglades, are behalf of Charles Stewart Mott. s ;

,inently displayed on the table of veloped canes adapted to the area; I I not the least of those resources. I II I this ,jewelled emblem as an expres- -.t i

methods substantially Keep courage high. The sion of our sincere respect and- r
prizes were two defense bonds. of pest control I your I
Devoted to the advancement and I I II
fare of Clewiston and Hendry County. Hearty congratulations were extended ] reduced insect and 'rodent infestations Nation' needs what you are doing. I[admiration. ,
to six old (in point of serv- so destructive to agriculture -' You are rendering real service in j In every organization comes a

ice) key men whose appointment as industry and commerce.. helping to supply the' Nation's needs !I time for change. As you know, ," I.J .

A\EA\BER vice-presidents made earlier in'the Research'', the handmaid of suc- I iof. such a critically vital necessity Mr. Moran started here as Treasurer r''

FLORID PRESS ASSOCIATION *\ day at a directors' meeting was cess in the world today, contributed -' as sugar. That is important and ;' later the duties of Vice- \ \,
NAn 'W.EDITORIAL AssodAnoN 6 announced at the dinner by Presi- its full share to the develop- I there is growing evidence that the President and General Manager ,

19-4-1 dent Bitting. Mr. Bryant, whom ment of the Everglades. I people of Florida fully appreciate were added. For several years Mr. .

Mr. Bitting called the real "daddy"of Research has more than doubled I its importance. Certain joys and Moran has requested that he be ,

. sugar production in the Ever- acreage yields and we have been contentment, which contribute so relieved of some of such duties and '

A CHANCE TO SERVE glades, Mal Bigg, W .C. (Bill) Pre- able to substantially increase wages, I greatly to a serene life, are denied responsibilities. We all recognizedthe

witt, Mr. Patt, Dr. Bourne and until they are highest agricultural those whose aim is destruction of fairness and justice in such request -
Morale wuI'play a large part in but all hesitated to Illake-
worthwhile. The 'joyS and
Harry Vaughn are the new vice- wages in the world, and this with- things
winning the war, and this is a very I.presidents. out materially increasing unit costs. contentment of worthwhile and constructive any change because of the high and
substantial w'av in which we each strict standards to be met by
accomplishment are part'of any-
Research and experimental work of
may serve,-in fact, in which we I I the heritage of all who have hada one holding the position of Treasurer -
While .struggling with figures on the, corporation has demonstratedthe f.
each MUST serve. achieve- of United States Sugar Cor- '
part in the unparalleled
an income tax report the other day feasibility of putting excellent "
In all parts of the country and I culturein poration. Such person would have-
ment represented by sugar
the thought occurred to us' that it finish on Florida livestock, so necessary +
especially in strategic Florida we to be of high character, with integrity -
the Everglades.
would be nice if we could only for the welfare of the .
activities for I beyond all question he
may expect subversive charge off as business expense the state's cattle industry. Research Again I repeat to you men of ;
the 5th Columnists are ever at would have to be an, able accoun-
cost of silk stockings snagged on I has enabled the corporation to give high courage, stout hearts and un- I
work. The creation of unrest and I : tant of sound business judgment
,, Nation bounded faith that high coup
office chairs and table legs. the its only present supplyof keep
dissatisfaction the spreading of have some knowledge of the indus-
I a most important essential oil; age, those stout hearts and that
which tend to disrupt moraleis try and be acquainted with south ,
Spring must have been in the our private research, carried .on at unbounded faith. We have always I i
favorite Nazi trick and one Florida.To ..
air this week. The marble season our own expense, has proved south urged unlimited ,home productionof ,',
which has borne them fruitful re- opened very suddenly and without I Florida can supply East India essential sugar, a most -vital necessity of find a man of such qualifica- 4
sults during this war. When we proceeded tions was no ,easy task however, I
warning Tuesday morning. oils so well that the Gov- life., We have with our ;
hear such rumors we should report ,* ernment has advanced $3,000,000 development and research despitethe am glad to be able to announce that 1

them to some officer of the law. We "having brand to a Caribbean country for peon- efforts of those 'who would he has been found and today was
are a new reg-
It does not help to spread them, elected Treasurer. To some of
'Florida of its
istration in this county, so if you! age production of these self-same endeavor to deprive youhere
who '
around among people expect to vote ,in May, the little products. Research has fully dem- rightful place in the National econ- present his name may be' familiar ,
in to do something J
are not position matter of registering', must be at- onstrated that this area can supply omy. Recognizing the grave potentialities others may have a vague

about them. 'tended to within the next week or the' Nation's very essential needsof 'of the now, existing' situa- recollection of having seen him be-
A short time ago there was a I fore. He is with us tonight and .I
so. Until March 2nd the books for root starches, formerly imported tion we offered, without strings or
widelycirculated rumor to the ef- ask that he step forward to be in-
the Clewiston precinct are in the from the East Indies. Research has qualifications, to double sugar production I
fect that nightly broadcasts were troduced. Gentlemen, I present the
hands .of, Parker T. Wilson at Al- definitely proved that' this area is in the Everglades, asking
going to Germany from a powerful ston's. It's much handier than, a the logical source for much of theNation's only that we be granted the neces- Treasurer, United States Sugar Cor-

shortwave'station hidden in the trip to LaBelle, so stop by and needs of ,vegetable oils and sary preferential ratings or prio- poration, Mister Malcolm W. Bigg' ,.

fastnesses of the Everglades. register with Parker T. fats as well as industrial proteins. rities to assure availability of necessary -, and to Mr. Bigg his bonus.

peating such a rumor to any Re-I All things must have a beginning.
No previous registration will en- Research has proved that the 'Ever- materials, supplies and equip-

except some officer, does no title anyone to vote. The old booksare glades is the ideal source of raw ment. On January 20, 1942, we Sugar in the Everglades, like everything '
only harm. It plays right into the else on this earth, was startedin
void.Bitting's. materials for the production of made such offer to the Secretary. of

enemy's hand. .1 synthetic rubber.: Agriculture and I ask ,that you a small way. Back in, the early

We must remain on the alert for All of these 'worthwhile accomp-',mark that date. 1920's a gentleman with unbounded -

threats to our national safety. Let I Talk- 1 f 'faith and high courage brought
lishments were achieved by private Let me read to you our letter of

us guard carefully our utilities, our enterprise 'without cost to the pub-I I January 20, 1942, to Secretary of a small sugar mill to Canal Point;
industries, our vital supplies. And I he brought it in on small flat bottom -
(Continued from Page 1) lic treasury; without using the taxpayer's Agriculture. I quote. To assistin
let us guard our morale by refus- I barges because there were-
money :in useless projects; meeting the sugar shortage now
hurdles and obstacles '
handicaps neither highways 'nor' railroads. Today -
ing to add to the uneasy feelingby
without encouraging people to leanon confronting our fellow Americanswe
needlessly'repeating Single and has built a sound, economic and the Eastern Division Shops oc-
,a the Government for all their stand ready to' proceed with
II ever more valuable resource for the
the site of that original mill
rumor. state and the' nation.. "*. This organization needs, hopes, desires; wishes and new plantings and' ,facilities to pro- and cupy the gentleman'' of unbounded ,
whims without building an additional tons of
; organ- vide an 100,000
has thoroughly proved the : I r faith and high courage is Superin-
ization to feed at the public trough. annum provided we are
'1:":":":":":":":":":":":":":":": :":": :":":":":":" sound economics of sugar production sugar per I tendent of the Eastern Division. To
Indeed these worthwhile results the to :
granted necessary priorities
in the Everglades. Those of [the real daddy of sugar in the Everglades -
I have not only been achieved without assure availability _of necessary 'materials -
you who have struggled with- the j I have the honor to presenta
RAMBLINGS cost to the public. treasury but, and equipment. End of I,
various problems, know it was no jewelled emblem and his bonus. ....
I'and mark this 'well, at substantial quotation. That"is the entire let- '
By B. B. easy task.I I kn'ow it will give every member
I profit to the public treasury by rea- ter; simple. straightforward offer,

:.............. . have spoken of hurdles" and ,son ,of millions and millions of dol- without conditions, qualifications, of the organization a ''very real
:NNNNNNNN : : : : : : :N: :MNN+LNN, :0- obstacles, and I have told you of I thrill of pride and pleasure when I .
in which have resultedsolely
lars taxes, evasions, or equivocations. '
the Corporation's contribution to !say that the Board of Directors has ,

The 60 'foot bouquet on the the economic welfare of the state. and simply from individual Each year it has been, my honor "I i I appointed Mr. '''Bryant Vice-Presi-

speakers table at President Bitting's All within the bounds of the 1 ingenuity ,and initiative in the to pay tribute to those who have dent in charge of Eastern Division.As .

dinner last night was notable not I Everglades owe not only a deep worthwhile development of natural I made possible the achievement we long as we are dealing with

only because of its size but -its !debt ,of gratitude but also their I resources to by ,private capital. The behold on all sides. This annual I I the Eastern Division perhaps it
profit the public treasury from ,
beauty. In a narrow shallow dinner, now an institution, was
flat unbounded respect and admirationto ,might be well to talk about the
"dish" running 60 of. the 75 feet a man whose name is seldom the development of the ,Evergladescan started for just that purpose. I Western Division and have Mr.
best be appreciated when I t
of table length were arranged 50 mentioned in this connection. We Last year, at, this same time, I William Prewitt come forward for

dozen on stems of garden flowers. take justifiable pride in our ,con- tell you the corporation's tax bill emblems were presented'to all key his bonus. Mr. Prewitt is Superin- "
for the current fiscal year, includ-
Gladioli, snapdragons, roses and tribution to the refinancing of the men who had fulfilled the necessary tendent of Western Division! and
callas in ing local, state, excise, income and
varying shades and grace- sub-drainage districts but the pub- length of service requirements. To- everyone in the organization knows
other taxes, will approximate the
ful asparagus fern made a picture lic' finances of the area could not ( night we honor 3 men, with jewelled that Billy's heart and soul are in '
huge sum of two and one-half 'million -
long to be remembered. Lucile be placed on a sound basis until emblems for 20 years or more I this soil. To Mr. Prewitt his
dollars-two and one-half millions -
Downs had the. idea and carried it the indebtedness of. Everglades service in the development of the I bonus and congratulations on his
I of dollars of taxes in one
flowers from nearby gar- Drainage District was adjusted. The Everglades; 4 other, ,emblems will appointment 'as Vice-President in

dens, including Mrs. Duff's, Mrs. Commissioners and the landowners year from one small enterprise, also be awarded. This time last Charge of Western :Division.

Stewart's, Mrs. Larsen's, Mrs Mayn- struggled long and hard on this built up during ten depressionyears. year 45 emblems were presented; With Mr. ,Bryant and Mr. Prewitt{ '

ard's, Mrs. Owen's, Mrs. Kolstad'sand problem without success; it,was not tonight's presentations thus make a '(Continued on page 10) 4
the Inn Not only does the, enterprise con-
garden.!f It was a stun-' until Governor Holland in his quietRegister
tribute in large measure to the

support of the local, state and nat- . _
ional governments, but in addition I / --- --- _._ --,=_:: ,_ _= __ _= = -_ _- .--l, :,--..

it furnishes direct and indirect T 6''
I gainful employment and its payrolls I Photo and Commercial T
I generate the most pleasant kind of

Now music on the cash register of 'merchants .. I .

throughout the state. This is i
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the American way. This is the way
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which America Thisis
TO made great.
Clewiston '
the way which will win the war. .. Photographic Service ::

Every voter in Hendry County must This America is the even way greater which in will the make years I I:i: N 2 blocks 'north and 1 block west of : :i:

1+_ 'Barney Thomas' Gulf Service Station '
re-register to be to This is accomplishmentof s
eligible to vote in the I
:which :=: EDWARD B. SEEGERS I::
'all true Americans may
May Primaries. THIS'IS + The House With The Red Roof ;
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During the month of February only For eight long years we have, --:': '' ,,''''''''''.
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labored under the handicaps of .,f .,. ,
the 1 books for Clewiston ;:.

located; precinct will, be quotas, restrictions, 'limitations and ................................................".;.,0................ '..,...'...................,........................'.................._..........6.......................................................!.

at Alston's Drug Store, in chargeof penalties of sugar legislation. Be- 'i.; .t: t

Parker T. Wilson. cause of the European war it was :y y,, a
After March 2nd I ._
necessary to suspend sugar quotas

a trip to LaBelle will be necessary to September 11, 1939, but such quotas 1 :

register.No. were reimposed before the end of 2: DiscontinuingRETAIL \

that y ar., The Sugar Act of 1937 _

expired by limitation December 31, Y Y
previous registration will entitle y Y
1941. The Japanese attacked Pearl '

anyone to a vote ,in Hendry County. It Harbor December 7, 1941. On December ']:;: MILK DELIVERIES IN CLEWISTON AFTER :i.i i.

is l less than 3 months 19, 1941, the Senate passed : SATURDAY FEBRUARY 28TH ':f
till the May Primaries. a bill to continue restrictions, limitations i .
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and penalties on home production I I .

) of sugar. Today we face I:: TIRE RATIONING FORCES THIS ACTION. OUR : to i

rationing of, and price ceilings on, :
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I We, of the Everglades, have :: WHOLESALE BUYERS AS USUAL. 1'rt"tt"tt"tt"tt .
'overcome many natural obstaclesbut

Executive it would appear that as rapidlyas I

CommitteeOF we have made progress with 'nature t ALFAR CREAMERY .t_:

man-made obstacles are apparently .

HENDRY COUNTY created to retard not only .t. ...... k
our growth, but the growth and wel- i ... i ;I

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4, hostesses and guests were members I MRS. McLENDON HOSTESS AT I his. degree B. S. in Agriculture witha I purchased lots, 2 and 3, Block 202.. :
of their two bridge clubs and a : DESSERT BRIDGE WEDNESDAY major in horticulture, at the Uni- :facing on Pasadena Avenue
few intimate friends of Mrs Smith. I versity of Florida last spring will \1I

: PersonalsJerry J" Five tables of bridge were in Mrs. C. L. McLendon was hostess speak on the subject "Pruningtrees Ward and .

: play; Mrs. J. E. Beardsley won a\ Wednesday afternoon at a dessert I shrubs, evergreen and fruits." Davidson. ; I
hand-painted luncheon set as first bridge party held in {they lounge of Hostesses will be Mrs. Z. G.

,I prize and Mrs. Keathley Bowden a ,Sugarland Park Auditorium. Vases Meredith, Mrs E. C. Mills, Mrs.J. Leave for CapitoL N:

\ ., : Jergens of Orlando was in set of guest towels as cut prize. A lof vari-colored gladioli were used F., Morrison, Mrs.N., V. S.
Clewiston' Monday visiting :Mr. and guest remembrance was given Mrs. in the rooms where tables were arranged Mumford and Mrs. C. E. Nall.MKS. .-
Hendry County )
I L Mrs. B. L. Thompson. Smith's: mother, Mrs. R. S. Howard, for cards.' 'Tallies carriedout

I .. (. ----.: I of Savannah., a red, ,white. and ,blue color W. L. LOTT is HOSTESS AT County Agent D. H. Ward 'acdl
Gilbert Freeman of Tallahassee I Fruit salad, sandwiches and scheme and refreshments were DINNER PARTY THURSDAYMrs. J. O. Davidson, chairman' of. the

'.' was a business visitor in Clewiston coffee were served to Mrs. ,R. N. cherry ices and individual cakes. Board of County Commissioners*. ,
yesterday. "" Smith, Mrs. R. S. Howard, Mrs. F. Mrs. C. E. Miner won a set of ., W. L. Lott entertained witha will leave Thursday morning for ,;

E. Conkling, Jr., Mrs. Carl John- crystal cocktail icers as first prizeat I dinner party last night, her Washington where they were called: .]

t i Maurice'Lee of West Palm Beach, son, Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs. Keathley bridge; Mrs. E. C. Mills a crys- guests being several ladies whose to a conference of government officials ::-{

is visiting his aunt,' Mrs. Viola Bowden, Mrs. J. W. Ezelfe, Mrs. tal water pitcher as second ,prize husbands were in attendance at'. for the purpose of discuss-

,,Stone. Dave Alston, 1\rI-s. J. Grady Niblack, and Mis. W. C. Owen a compact as the President's dinner. "
------ I Mrs. Otto Larsen, Mrs. J. E. Beards- low prize. Mrs. F. M.' Rodriguez After dinner rummy was played I to-ward .:i

Mrs. A. C. Carlton and Mrs. V. ley, Mrs. R. C. Wilson, Mrs. C. J. made the lucky cut and received and Mrs. Otto Larsen won a Pyrex ...-s..

.... ,. C. Woodward were visitors in Fort I Nielsen, Mrs. M. M. Prewitt, Mrs. 'a cigarette case. bars W. L. Lott fry pan as first prize and Mrs. W. The city and county, and the- ,.j
Myers Saturday W. C. Prewitt, Mrs. W. CH: Owen, was high at Michigan and won a D. Wylie a set of plastic fruit knivesas Hendry County Chamber of Commerce 1'

Mrs. Richard Knight, Mrs. ,Blanche set of refreshment glasses in 'an second prize., are making possible the trip.,
Lt. Coburn Moore of San Angelo Turner, Mrs. W. W. Perry, Mrs. G., attractive holder. Mrs. M. W. Bigg Guests included Mrs. B. A. ,

Field, Texas, is spending a few A. Read, Mrs. N. V. S. Mumford, ] won an ash tray as Michigan travel- Bourne, Mrs. Otto Larsen, Mrs. C.
days here this week with his mother Mrs. F. Deane Duff, Mrs. Sandy ling prize. Mrs. T. P. Forbes of L. McLendon, Mrs. W. H. Lanier LOST-Between Moore Haven and ''J

Mrs. J. 'W.: Moore, and sister. Bell, Jr., Mrs. Ruth Wilcox, Miss I West Palm Beach and Mrs. J. M. and Mrs. W. D. Wylie: South Bay one part of Chrysler- ,
Bertha Gram and Mrs J. M., Couseof Francis Sr., of St. Paul were'each -- deck. Is lettered "Chrysler Fluid! ",.-.,i

Ed Clark is spending a week or Moore .Haven.VALENTINE I given a guest remembrance.The LADIES AID SUPPER Drive." Reward. D. D. Cook.. .:
two here awaiting a call for servicein guest list included Mrs. B. A. CLEARED $l O.OO. Tourist Park, Fort Meade, Fla. It )

the Naval Reserves. He enlisted BUFFET BRIDGE I Bourne, Mrs. H. : A. Bestor, :Mrs.G. '
.' the first of this week. I AT CONKLING HOME SATURDAYMrs. H. Brown, Mrs. Carl / Berner, The spaghetti-ham supper given 1
Mrs. W. E. Bolton, Mrs. 'M. W. by the Ladies Aid Society under the CLEWISTON r .;

I, John Harold ;Ballard left last ,F. E. Conkling, Jr., was Bigg, Mrs Keathley Bowden, Mrs. chairmanship of Mrs. G. ''H. Brown I TINNING & PLUMBING SHOP f: :

week for Camp Blanding for induction hostess at a dinner followed by S. L. Crochet., Mrs. G. E. Crow, Jr., last ,Thursday evening cleared Anything in Plumbing] Fixtures '; i
into the, U. S. Army, the bridge Saturday night. Herguests Mrs. C. L. Downs, Mrs. F. 'Deane I $150.58 for the Society's treasury. :
F draft office announced this week. were members of.her bridge club Duff, Mrs. Foy Durrence, Mrs. John The, supper was held itf the Com- Prompt, Efficient Service

r -- I and their husbands. Dinner was I I DeValcourt, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mrs. munity Center, which was decorated PETER, CHRISTENSEN, Mg7. :
Mrs. Edwin Leathean and baby I I served, buffet style and four tables I IT. P. Forbes of West Palm Beach, in a patriotic manner with the :
week's were arranged for cards, after- Mrs. J. W. 'Francis, Sr., of St. Paul, American' flag, silhouettes of Wash- : :
returned from
son Sunday a
r stay in Fort Myers with her par wards. Mrs. W. E. D lley won a Mrs C. W.. Fuller, Mrs: H. R. Hall, ington and Lincoln, red, white and
Valentine box of candy as first Mrs. R. M. Hare, Jr.,' Mrs; H. A. blue balloons and flowers in, those, -
ents :Mr. and "Mrs. ,
Roy Hanchey.
prize for ladies and J. E. Beardsley W. Hedke, Miss Harriet Hayward colors: At the drawing a $25 defense JOHNNY BURSON ,
received playing cards as high men's of New' York, Mrs. O. A. Jones, bond was.won by W. Dean
Mrs. F. Deane Duff, Mrs. W. E.
Mrs. Carl Johnson. King. ,/ ,Expert Shoemaker
Dilley and Mrs.' N. V. S. Mumfordwere prize. Mrs. Ralph S. Howard received ,
I a guest remembrance. Mrs. Richard :HA Knight, Mrs. Mrs. :Brown wishes to ,express
visitors in Palm Beach Tues
'next door to Nowling's Service
Josephine Knight, Mrs. E. E. Kelly, thanks to every member and to ;
day. Lieut. and Mrs. R. N. Smith, who I Station) .-
Mrs. H. ,C. Kolstad, Mrs., W. H. many friends and local merchants
left Monday for their new home in
Lanier, yMrs. Otto Larsen, Mrs. for their splendid cooperation. Good Work-Prompt ServiceJohnson's :
Mr. and Mrs R. N. Smith and Lake Wales, received a coffeemaker ,
Charles I J. Lovvorn, Mrs. John
children, Bobby, Howard and Sally, as a farewell gift from the club I
Lucaa, Mrs. W. L. Lott Mrs. P. Is'New
Rev. Montgomery
,! left Monday for Lake Wales to make members.
M. McIntyre, Mrs. E. S. ,Mills, Mrs.
1 their home. __ Attending Mrs. Conkling's' party C. E. Miner, Mrs N. V. S. Mum- Pastor Here Fish Camp
I were Lt. and Mrs. R. N.: Smith,
i ford, Mrs. J. F. Morrison, Mrs. C.
Mr. and Mrs. Malley F. Palmer Mrs. R. S. Howard, Mr. and Mrs. Mueller (,Near Hurricane Gate) I
A. Martinez, :Mrs. F. A. ,
; / are leaving this ,week-end to make Richard H. Knight, Mr. and Mrs.J. Clewiston, Fla.
I' Mrs. R. C. Nowling, Mrs. C. J. Rev John N. Montgomery, of :
their home in Dayton, Ohio. Misses E. Beardsley, Mr. and Mrs. C. Boats and Motors-Guide Service
Niblack Miami
Nielsen, Mrs. J. Grady has 'accepted the call as
Hazel and Lois Prince will J. Nielsen Mr. and Mrs. Otto Lar- I Rates 'Reasonable
occupy Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mrs. A. O. Oliver, pastor of the Clewiston Community -
the Palmer I Mr. and Mrs. W. E. W. H. Johnson, Mgr. t
apartment. sen, Dilley, 'Y. C. :
Mrs. R. Patterson, Mrs. W. Church and will arrive this .
!Mrs. J Niblack Mrs. Carl ----
; Grady Mrs. M. M. Prewitt Miss
Prewitt, week-end to begin his work with
Mr. and Mrs. George VanHyning Johnson and Mr. Conkling. Hazel Prince, Mrs. W. W. Perry, regular, services Sunday.,

have moved 'to Clewiston from Belle Miss Mae Palmer, Mrs. G. B. Rack-' Rev. Montgomery is young and ;
Glade, and are residing in the Ward MRS. CARLTON AND SUNBEAMS straw, Mrs. F. M. Rodriguez, 'Mrs. unmarried and for the past year FRESH SEA FOOD DAILY

home with 'Mr. Ward and daughter, GIVE PARTY FOR COUNSELLOR G. H. Small, Mrs. Kennen Swayne, has been assistant pastor of the Spanish Mackerel, Shrimp, Red

Grace.; Mrs.' O. 'F. Schiffli, Mrs. E. L. Stew- First Presbyterian Church ,of Mi Fish, Oysters and- other fish. i
Mrs. A. C. Carlton was hostess art, :Mrs. M. E. Von Mach, Mrs. ami. He comes here highly recom- Free delivery on Fridays I ,

Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Couse of Thursday afternoon for membersof H. T. Vaughn, ;Mrs. W. P. Vaughn, mended and was well liked by all
I Sunbeam class the CLEWISTON FISH CO.
Moore Haven and: R. P. Eisenhart the of Baptist Sr., Mrs.; Ruth' Wilcox, Mrs. V. C. who heard him preach two weeks
anddaughter, ,Nancy, of Pitts- Sunday School,'.,honoring their coun. Woodward, 'Mrs. 'W D. Wylie, Mrs.G. ago in the local church. Joe ,Griffin On Industrial Canal ,

burg, were visitors in Clewiston selor, Mrs. W., 'R. Broaderick, with.. A. Yon of South Bay, Mrs. Sam I Phone.'

Wednesday. a birthday party. Fleming, Mrs. Olin Waters, Mrs. H. DRAFT OFFICE HOURS

... The 'afternoon was spent in playing C. Van Landingham and Mrs. ,E. M.

,,Miss Shirley Hunter, who has games on the lawn. Each child Van Landingham' Belle Glade The office of the selective service

_ been employed as stenographer in was presented with a Valentineand and Mrs. M. W. Wilder of Lake board in the Hopkins Building is & FosterPAINT -
': the U. S. Engineer office here for lollipops as, favors. Harbor. open ,from ,,8:15 until 12 and from r i
the past year, was transferred to the Refreshments of ice cream and I y 1:00 until, 5:00 every day except CONTRACTORS !
. ,; 9' Jacksonville office. cake were served to the following :MRS.: DEAN KING ENTERTAINSWITH Saturday, when it closes at noon. Sprayer For Furniture 'Painting

children: Walker ,Nail, Jr., Beverly DINNER I'PARTY MONDAYMrs. Floor Sanding
Mr. and Mrs Erik Moorman and Carlton, Heather Guthrie, John, LOTS SOLD I Phone 69 Free Estimates

"'; children of Savannah, were weekend -'I Mary and ,Ann Himrod, Ronald W. Dean King entertainedat

, guests of their sisters, Mrs. .E. Hare, Wanda Bembry, Sue Cor- her ''home 'Monday night witha The Beardsley Real Estate office

'.1 L. Stewart and Miss Ollie Moormanand nette, Mary Jean and Wayne King, seven o'clock dinner. Michiganwas this week announced that it had
: their mother, Mrs. N. O. Moor- Bernice and Sammy Bishop, Alfred played during the evening. completed sales of four lots in J. M. COUSECounselor

::; man. Meador, Billy Blount, Charlotte First prize, lingerie, was won by Clewiston. P. D. Robbins of Punta. .
*,, Krueger, Nadine Bembry, Shirley Mrs. William Colyer, second prize, Gorda has purchased lots 3 and 4 and Attorney at Law :

Mr.. and Mrs.. B. C. Flaniken, Marshall, Vita Lee Turner, Eddy a,, box of Yardley's soap, by Mrs. in Blopk 371. These lots face on Hopkins Building: !
;r formerly of 'Clewiston, now of West I Jo Davis, Ray Gordon, Gene Anderson I H. R. Hall and consolation prize Ventura Avenue and Mr. Robbins Wednesdays and Saturdays

Palm Beach, are parents' of a baby Sylvia Beatty, Rose Duna- I went to Mrs. A. L. Hackett. has begun the erection of a houseon
boy who was born in Good Samaritan way, Iris' Ann Wright, Claude and Enjoying Mrs. King's hospitalitywere the property. 9:30 to 4:00

Hospital, February, 11. He has Glen Phillips. Mrs. A. R. Brink, Mrs. C. A. J. H. Dilley of Beaver, Penn., has .-

been named Reginald Myers Martinez, ,Mrs. L. J. Heffron, Mrs. _----------- ---_. '
MRS. G. E. CROW HOSTESS TO William Colyer, Mrs. 'H. R. Hall,
Mr. and 'Mrs. A. D. Brown, who HONOR MRS. MALLEY PALMER Mrs. W. L. Lott and Mrs. A. L.
I recently moved to Clewiston from Hackett.

Mayport, have moved into the R. N. Mrs. Malley Palmer, :who is leav-

Smith house on the government ing in a few days to reside in Day- STEAK ROAST AS FAREWELL Inn
reservation. Mr. Brown is a' drafts- ton, Ohio, was honoree_ at a bridge PARTY TO VALLEY PALMERSA : The Clewiston 1 1i 1I
man at, the local Engineer office. party and surprise handkerchief

shower Tuesday afternoon at'' which i I group of friends, of Mr. and I

Dr. and Mrs. J. W., Ezelle have Mrs. G. ,E. Crow, Jr.:, was hostess. J I Mrs. Malley Palmer gave ,a steak j i presents
as their guests, Mrs. Ezelle's sister Guests were members of their roast Tuesday night on the levee

Mrs. T. W. Hurley, and her I bridge club and other friends of,I as a farewell party for them. Included : ;
grand-daughter, Jo Hurley, of Gads- Mrs. Palmer. in the group were Mr. and Miss Marietta Huron .

den, Alabama. Dr. Ezelle met the Costume jewelry was given as !Mrs. B. J. Schroeder, Mr. and Mrs.)J j
visitors 'in West Palm Beach Tues. first'prize and was -won by lIrs.i i Charles Bolton,' Mr. and Mrs. Grat- I

" day. Palmer. Mrs. A. *C. Carlton won ton George, Mr. and Mrs. GeorgeE. '
.second prize and also received' costume -I Crow. Miss Mae Palmer, Mrs. ; XylophonistV 1'I
J. W. ,Beardsley is leaving today jewelry and Mrs. Roy Alston Blanche Turner, Miss Lois Prince, .' t

for Orlando for a periodic physical received lingerie as consolation for I Miss Roberta George, Miss Ardis ,

check-up as required by his po- low score. Mrs. Crow served straw- Bolton, Joe Stephens, Hal&on' Avent, i in a ,
sition as a reserve army officer.?, He berry shortcake and coffee. Parker Wilson and J. ''H. McCrea. .
was rejected after his last exami- .
Guests were Mrs. M. F. Palmer, '. .
nation for active service because Mrs. Roy Alston, Mrs. A. C. Carl- GARDEN CLUB MEETS CONCERT AT THE INN
of minor .
f a physical ,impairment. ton, Mrs. Foy Durrence, Mrs R. NEXT WEEK .

M. Hare, Jr., Mrs. R. C. Nowling, (
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Anderson of Mrs. V. C. Woodward, Mrs. B. J. The Garden Club 'will meet '
Wilmington, N. C., were guests Fri-I Schroeder, Mrs. Glen Etherton, Thursday afternoon, February 26that Wednesday, February 25th at .9 P.M..

day of Mr. Anderson's sister, Mrs. R. H. Knight, Mrs. J. H. Wil- 3 o'clock in the Community \
W. H. Lanier and family. Their I
son, Mrs. Blanche Turner, Mrs. Center, with Mrs. A. L. Hackett in
mother, Mrs: Flora Deans, who has I Charles Bolton, Mrs. R. J. Lee and charge of the program.J. I ..It --c--; t)... !
been the Lancers left with \
visiting ,
Miss who received
Mae Palmer. W. Beardsley, ;
them for a short stay in Tampa.

I Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Stubble- .1N* X"XMX"X"X..X"XX"X"X"X"X"X..X..X"*.*.*.M4"XMXXXXX'X* field of Kansas City, Kansas, have :

moved the to George Clewiston Terrell and are house livingIn on I ; Molasses-Fed Hamburgers This musicale is presented by the management -,

Ponce de Leon Avenue. Mr. Stub- I I of the Clewiston i f Inn for the
'- blefield is a new instructor at Rid- :_ STILL I0cAt _: :
dle-McKay ,Aero College. '!:: ..j' :t: pleasure of residents of Clewiston. and
Alderman's Sandwich Shop ,

BRIDGE PARTY FRIDAYMrs. Y. neighboring communities. All are cordially -
I Bowling Alleys Open. Cash Prizes Each Week ":

R. N. Smith was compli- I.t. Taxi Service to Any Part of City at Reasonable Rates' *s.. invited to attend.

mented with a bridge party and
surprise handkerchief shower Fri- ALDERMAN'S i I1t.I1 ,

day afternoon. Mrs. G. B. Thomas t.

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tL f'J anyone who favors an aggressive ;

The Source 4 :M.: 'Y+{Q1M..;... >MY,,:MY ,{nvnxyq 6 (rys..yNNMC!'kM ;v O( EPH M C 0 RDr::%rftE; :;:::ff@wn-r-v: : ," .',.} =;: c..i r':: W .rn..... fairs or bellicose policy in foreign af .J.t
I says Pathfinder. In this

Huffer-How can you smoke Installment Sixteen "Positive." He said it with an assumed a quiet so deep that the girl heard sense, it was first used in England,
such a rank cigar as that? I where jingo" became a nick-
cheerfulness. "When we get her own blood humming in her ears. I
Puffer-I can't. That's the one "What was Vince going to do tonight there, we'll coast by at a fair rate "Listen. We're going to try the name for any advocate of LordBeaconsfield's f- ;I

i that you gave me yesterday. ?" Jacqueline asked quietly. of speed. I'll be depending on your outside cellar door. It's in the shad. :action in sending a !

"He knows less than you do," Lar- eyes. If we don't see anybody, we'll ow and will take us where we wantto fleet to Turkish waters to stay ;.
Pawnbroker's sign in New York ry assured her. "He was going along do the same on the rear road. Then go. Nerves all right?" Russia's advance in 1878.

_"See me at your first incon and wait for me. If I didn't showup I'll park the car in' an unused roadI She nodded, unable to speak. Lar. The word was lifted from the ;

venience." for any reason, he was going to know of and see what luck I have ry's lips touched her hair in a swift, chorus of a music-hall favorite of If.

take the car to town and report to with the fence." light kiss."That's. that bygone day, which ran as 1

What He Thought my lawyer to Rannie. I be- "What are you going to do with the girl. Move fast now follows: : ,
Sergeant-OLay, now, toughening up me?" and t
lieve I told you that. Naturally, Iwouldn't easy. "We don't want to fight but :r
exercise. Everyone on his back. Legsin "That's what's worrying me sick.You'll A moment later they paused at byjingo if
let Vince into '
get a jam on
air. Pretend you are pedalling a bi be Of we do.We've i If';
would safe in the car. course the top of a short flight of stone
than I
cycle. One, two, one two-Hey, you! my account. Any more" you don't know how to drive." steps which Larry assisted his com got the ships, we'te got the men, :'
It's all
aren't ? right. '
Why- Rookie-Sarge you ,pedalling I'm pretending Fm you."I see." "I have driven a few times. Ifyou'll panion to descend. He felt over the ; we've got the money too'0

going downhill and coasting. "Then you must see that you will show me how to start it surface of the heavy door that 't
I might make out." barred their then snappedon
have to give me a free hand. Be a
ALWAYS IN FRONT11lUU' child and let set "I hate to take that chance. I the light long enough to reveal '
good now me you on 3
suppose a hard-boiled adventuresslike the fastening he sought. A heavy

Jacqueline's your"I want way home.to voice go with was you. ,low Larry., but" you one knows" in how the to door handle pocket a gun.There's be-. padlock chain. ,All securing rusted from a short disuse.length of B&ISNES& MOROll' N EWORto'S ,1.i't

side '
you. "Lucky it's still on the outside, I
steady. "I'd be death to touchit I't
scared to Larry whispered. "I've got some t
"I daren't dear. Here
you are !" Jacqueline shrank closer to him thing ,that will take care of that. Wool Production
about dad and then
worrying your at the thought of it. Larry chuckled. Wait." There was a grating noise; Through scientific breeding the r
wanting to take his place! Think ..
I "I'll be all right. I don't want you Jacqueline felt Larry's arm heave.
average weight of fleece wool
1 what it would mean to him, if I in- }I
to worry about me. It isn't your Then the sound of something giving sheared annually from American '
volved in trouble. Think / :.
you any "
) fault that. I'm here, you know. Door hinges protesting aft-
what it would mean to you!" way. sheep has increased from two to f
"Wish I could feel that way. er a rest of
years. eight ,pounds 300 in
"But this is different Larry. You'renot or per cent,
Mrs. don't think that
Bjones-I When they neared the former Cut The intruders stood motionless, the past 100
women have always been vain. married to Vince. You're married "- ter home, Larry slowed his car a listening. years. f fCHILDREN's

You know women were made be. to me. I've got some rights. trifle. Larry led Jacqueline within,
"You .
fore mirrors. mean "Keep a sharp watch," he cau- placed her with her back to the
"I don't know what I .
Biones-Yes, and they've been mean tioned in a low tone. wall close to the door and signified;
before them most of, the time I guess. Oh, Larry, it all would '
They, both strained their eyes, but with a pressure of her hand, that she
have been so much simpler if you'dlet
since. saw no sign of the former guard.
i was to remain there. He moved a
me" understand just a little A survey of the rear of the grounds I. few steps away, then sent the beamof COLDS 4
He Does Know more! the result. A few rods his
gave same flashlight on a scurrying trip.
Dzudi Women endure pain "Do you think it was easy for beyond the boundary fence brought Shut it off, then whispered close to FOR DIRECT RELIEF from miseriesof
much better than men do. me, Jack? To know that you were '
them to the unused road Larry had her ear. colds-coughing,phlegm,irritation i
Dinocan Who told you that, the suspicious of me and with spoken of. He entered it and drovea "Coast seems clear. No signs of ,clogged upper air passages

doctor? every reason in the world? I had to few car lengths until the machinewas anybody having been here." rub throat, chest, and back with
Dzudi-No, the shoe dealer. do what I did. I didn't dare confide I Vicks VapoRub. Its poultice-and-
screened in the brush, then extinguished He led her across-the room.
in anybody. Especially, when action brings relief without
the The two I of vapor .
lights. "This is the workshop my dad
I: found I was being trailed. That dosing.
them found themselves straining had," Jacqueline heard whisperedclose '
S'tOM4a 1Ft almost knocked me off my feet. Although ALSO, FOR HEAD COLD "sniffles",
their for sound but deep
ears any in her ear. "I told you aboutit. '
melt of in
I might have known they a spoonful VapoRub -
Relief at last from that gurgling,smothery silence prevailed all about. Just in front of you is an old hot water. Then have the child
stomach. When caused by would get'wise, with me cruising
excess feeling in acid the from food fermentation or about under my own name.., And Larry fumbled at the, side of the fireplace. He had a little melting breathe in the steaming vapors.
nervous excitement try ADLA Tablets. seat:cushion and produced a flash- furnace set in it for his experiments.We're .
-t Contain Bismuth and Carbonates for I, you complicated matters Bless FREE-SEEDS WORTH 51.00 For 7
QUICK relief. Your druggist has ADLA my heart!" light. He directed its beam to the standing on the old brick packages:: of Petunias,Zinnias,

Tablets. "I?" I floor of the car and spoke in a low ,hearth. He had a fireproof box un- Marigolds, .

,.ADJLA_?_ "Of course. I didn't know that I voice. der it. That's what I've got to look Sweet Peas, ill" ;:: r:
"You won't have any trouble with for. Get down on your knees, if Candytuft, -_ .
to fall head heelsin
was going over .
the starter. ,If you like, you can you don't mind,. and hold the light MomingGlories "1j,;
love with When I found
Neon Visibility you. keep the motor running and throttled for me. If you' hear a noise and Balsam just
Because its is radi- that you were in the world and that send and h
wave length name \
down, but it would be best not shut it off and make for the door."
cally different from that of other there; was a chance for me well, address to Vicks,
to. The noise, you know. "Larry did you bring that 9C US
make this. V
kinds of reddish light, a neon sign I had to good on And "I can start it." Dept.GGreens-
gun boro N. C. VAPoRuB
else. ,
has a 20 per cent greater visibility everything" "And you'll have to back out. "No." He chuckled silently.

during a rainstorm than during "Oh. Here's the reverse .' like this. "Didn't dare risk the temptation.
clear weather. "This ends the days of grace I ,Now when you're ready to start
; Might mean an extra ten years in Value Health

asked trust for me, Jack.after tonight You won't. unless haveto ahead_ low, second, then "high.Don't the hoosegow. Hold the light Look to your health! And if you,

forget the way it 'goes. He like that." have it, praise ,God and value it'
It's make break.
want to.
Beware you or
Coughsfrom showed her again thenv looked at his knees close 'beside next to nscie -Izaak
He leaned forward and turned on Larry was on a good c 1ce.
his watch. "Twenty minutes to
He had short Walton
the ignition switch. "We'll have to three. Here you'd better keep this. Jacqueline. a
colds ,
common steel bar in his hand, one end fash-
do something right away It has an illuminated dial. I'll haveto
ioned into a point. With it he was
That On "I'm going to Fairlawn with you. take the flash. I think you'd bet-
Hang exploring the joints between the
"Still the little adventure hound, ter give me until, four still be T' A
Creemulsion relieves promptly be- aren't you!" Larry tried to laugh, dark then. Try to make your way dusty bricks. Looking for loose ones, COMMON SENSE. .
his confederate conjectured.
cause it goes right to the seat of the but it was a failure. "Are you under back to town and get in touch with thousands
trouble to help loosen and expel the impression that you're going Vince. He'll -. ." "Funny, she heard him mutter. :'\ ..I.I;,,,: ) proved uponthousands
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germ laden phlegm and aid natureto to talk me out of it?" "Larry!" 'Jacqueline whispered His hand came out and shifted the of tImes.!
soothe and heal raw, tender, inflamed direction of the light beam. "It's -
bronchial mucous mem- "I don't intend to try, Larry. I nervously.
branes.Tell your druggist to sell youa just want to try to undo "Well?" been years" since I saw Dad work ;; ALL-VEGETABLE ,'
bottle of Creomulsion with the understanding this stunt, he whispered
things. a "I I can't stay here alone.I .
you must like the way it "Jack, dear does that"mean ." The words ended in some- It seemed hours to the girl while LAXATIVE
quickly allays the cough or you are
the search went on. Her legs
do little? thing perilously like sob.
to have your money back.CREOMULSION. you care a a
"I'm I'm afraid I do. And' "But you'll have to now, dear.There's camped; her hand shook, so that it
was difficult to keep that little circleof
i'm going with you. no danger. .. O In NR (Nature's Remedy) Tablets, !
for Coughs,Chest Colds, BronchitisAs Larry gave'something that sounded "It isn't that. 1. I love you, friendly light on the spot where there are no chemicals, no minerals, no
almost; like a groan as he started Larry!" Larry's bar was probing. phenol derivatives. NR Tablets are dif
his car. Larry's hand came out and caughthis Presently Jacqueline heard the ferent-act different.Purely vegetable-a i"
We Love intake of his breath. One of combination of 10 vegetable ingredients
"You win. We'll work out some wife's in a rough grip.
formulated 50 Uncoatedor
The more we love, the better we plan as we go along. It's just possible "Do you mean that, Jack? Do you the bricks moved. A grating, pry candy coated over, their years action ago.is depend- f.
and the 'our friend-
are; greater that I may fall down altogether. really love me, or is it ." ing noise and it was lifted from its able, thorough, yet'gentle, as millionsof
ships are, the dearer we are to Tn that case ." "No, Larry. I do! '''I guess I didn'tknow place. NR's have proved. Get a 25i box f

God.-Jeremy Taylor. "I'd rather know than wait." it until '. now. I can't "I've got it!" today. or larger economy size. t

"All right, little pal. We're on let'you go without me." With rapt attention, Jacqueline NR TO-NIGHT; TOMORROW ALRIGHT

: our way. Something must be left "How can I?" watched another brick come out, another "

Lo the moment." "I'm not afraid with you." until six were removed.The -f"/4., IgX J.p J.

"I wouldn't, dream of it, if I resulting rectangle showed a f

IPI"'T' ; BLACKMAN'S CHAPTER XIII thought there was any physical dan- layer of smooth yellow sand. Then 1ZoW 'J I .t

ger. I don't believe there is. But Larry's two hands, scooping furiously ANDY I'+>-TA \...F7_ -I'-R ,;

l' i MEDICATED Larry remained silent, wrapped the other Do you realize what as he dug down. In a moment, he ..... ::

1 SALT in his own thoughts as he picked a that might mean?" had revealed an iron ring and was -r o ,I .,,. :s. --"'"':. $" ..,.;.:1: L
BRICKE course around the edge of the city. "I'm still not afraid. I must- go tugging at it.Jacqueline. REGULAR I I:: ::t r.r'ii m .

0 Jacqueline was leaning back in her with you." almost fell into the

,.ONDmoKni"TONIC Z For Horses, corner of the seat similarly en "All right. Don't make any more hole from sheer excitement. Gone- ;

uvi"TOCK"....,...CJI 3: Mules, Cows gaged. noise than you can help." now was any thought of danger. It Shallow in Self r.

and SheepNo A tense excitement held her,makingit They left the roadster, gained the was so like the stories of buried Deep versed in books and shallow ':

difficult to :analyze her thoughts.A road and started back toward Fair- 'treasure she had read that she in himself.-Milton. e t

trouble to use, simply'keep strange mixture of fright and remorse lawn, keeping in the shadows. When would not have been in the least sur- ,

one in the feed box all the time. held her captive. Fear for they reached the wire fence, Larry prised to see a glittering hoard of .

Stock will dose themselves. Larry, remorse that she must have ; laid a hand on Jacqueline's arm. pieces of eight winking up at her. AWAY GO CilRN5! :

Use in the place of plain salt. I, misjudged him. He had read her "This will do," he whispered."I've Instead, the lifted cover revealeda

Try It a week or so and be convinced. intentions rightly. She did have got a pair of lever cutters second container. Sand was drift Dr.Scholl's Zino-pada instantly .

BUY FROM YOUR DEALER some wild, vague idea of deterring here that will take care of the wire. ing down into it partially coveringa stop tormenting

him from his mission by her pres Keep your eyes and ears open whileI small, wrapped package. Larry shoefr Separate ctionliftpressure.Medications; in.cludcdforremovingcorn.s. ,

BLACKMAN Manufactured by A ence. But it was different now. If try them." He moved nearer the caught it up and thrust it at Jack. .

Chattanooga STOCK. MEDICINE Tennessee CO. he were in danger, it was her rightto fence and felt over the heavy mesh. "You take it!" he directed sharply. -

be at his side, sharing. That was There came a rasping click. "Hang on to it it goes to my I tf 1 1 1 1 f'

Cu : B: Rl TIfcTki all that seemed to matter at the mo- "Fine!" he whispered. "I'll run a lawyer to Rannie." Larry was

ment. cut up alongside this post and roll intensely excited, but 'Jacqueline .
When the roadster finally nosed the wire back." could not help but admire the pre- One's Burden ?'

into the road leading to Fairlawn, Jacqueline listened nervously to cision with which he was thinking For every man shall bear his f

BEACONS'ofSAFETY' Larry brought it to a sudden standstill the steady "plop" of severed wires. things out. He was depending upon, own burden. lI l-

and prepared to get out. To her overwrougnt nerves, they her! "I'd better try to fix this backin (

"I want to put the top up," he ex sounded like.so many pistol shots. shape," were his next words. "It

plained. "There we are," Larry reportedin may give us more time." ,
Then when he in the It was Jacqueline who heard it
Like beacon was car a few moments. "Hear any- Gooo / ,
a light on again he explained, "I thought it thing?" first-a slight scraping noise. DIUO i
the height-the advertise. might change our appearance a bit." I "No." Before she could touch Larry, a STOICS -

ments in newspapers direct "I understand." "Then in with you. Give me your harsh voice came out of the black- tAAGf yy laom

to better "I've been around here inch of this ness. ...' L
you newer, and once or hand. I know every uWMs1.20
easier ways of providingthe twice of late, Jack. Walked by on ground. I'd rather not use a light. "Stick 'em up, you two!" p4gi?' f

things ''needed or foot, after dark. I figured that your ,Take it easy." Jacqueline was too nearly para- f.c f.

desired. It shines this bald-headed friend would report to Her cold fingers clutching Larry's, lyzed with fear to remember about
beacon of his chief that I had left town and Jacqueline stumbled along obediently turning off the light. She remained ?hutgs % l

newspaper that, possibly, the gorilla we saw after him. Their progress was motionless, clutching the parcel rsedRelieQA c
I advertising-and it will be out here would have been taken off slow owing to the brush and weeds.At tightly to her breast. sA F

to your advantage to follow the job after the excitement died.I the edge of the clearing, her The voice spoke again:

it whenever: you think I was right. I scouted around guide paused to reconnoiter. The "Get on your feet and keep I 4

make a purchase. pretty carefully and saw no sign of house loomed. up, a darker blot than that light pointed down. I got you Help Defend Your Country 't tI
him. That will make it easier." the rest of the surrounding shadows.No covered." Defense k
By Buying Bonds
"Are you real sure, Larry?" sound broke the intense stillness, (TO BE CONTINUED) I ,f a



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I don't know whether the boss Mrs. Helen Hennig, editor and on and on.Remarkable.
,ate too much cotton; candy at the owner of the Tarpon Springs Leader part
Florida Pair or took too long a ride writes one of the cleverest columns all refined.
on the merry-go-round, but some in the state, and every inch ladies-not a "
thing sure bogged him down and of her paper is NEWS. ,And her the lot-just
from his sick-bed this morning he neighbor, Mrs. Gladys Barlow, owns that you'd
moans: "I can't write a column today and edits the Tribune, at Gulf- kitchen fixin' or
you just fill up a page with poit. of guava jelly. i
something-quote anybody but me!" A believe-it-or-not in Florida of 'em do a good
So in looking thru a stack of papers newspaperdom is Mrs. Lillian D. Russell's
as. high as the Lincoln Monument Vickers-Smith who even does the ;
these lines from the pen of I sports columns for the Leesburg Out of state ;
editor-' C. C. Nicolet of the Gadsden Commercial. She can take care of partment heads '
County Times, Quincy, caught my society pages and news just as well. pervisors are ,
eye: And in Lake County is -Mrs. Ruth The State Cabinet : ;
"That, ; word 'newspaperman is deceptive Newett whose husband to so busy this ruling as a
because a good many of the as postmaster at Groveland that she economy. :
best newspapermen' are WOMEN. had to take' over and run his two :
:,; There used to be an idea that the newspapers. And Mrs. George ;
only newspaper work women could (Edith) Keller at Mount Dora who
,do was writing society items, or doing edits one of the best weekly pub j
what. used to be called, inelegantly lications in the state. Colonel Keller I
t 'sob-sister stuff! ,But in sticks around a bit, but 'tells her ,
recent ,years it has been,shown very to go ahead and run it her way. r'I i
And she's so kind and sweet-
definitely that there is no job on a '
you'd never suspect she knew a
newspaper that a woman cannot I :::
, do. ." thing about business!
And after reading that, I decided George Burr of the Winter Haven
"" Herald, was called to Tallahassee to
to tell you about a few of Florida'snewspapermen I
who are WOMEN. work for Defense so Mrs. George j
Reading further, I came across (better known as "Joey") had a
this item: "With this issue we ,pass fine weekly paper dumped in her
our 41st milestone, in serving Wau- lap. Besides running a good-sized ?
t chula and Hardee County, and turn household, and managing to belong
to survey the road ahead." The to a flock of civic organizations,
editor of this paper, the Advocate at Mamma Burr, edits the Herald and
Wauchula, ,is a- little lady who has time on her hands. She won
:proudly: gives her birth date as Nov. ders ,how a little job like running a
>6, 1866. She still runs her business newspaper used to keep George so bought that
: with a mind as keen and an :busy. ABC .Monthly
/ eye as _sharp as ,any newspaperman: Over in Bunnell there's a1 guy the' mon !i
:in Florida, and is, to'me, the I named ,Fuller ,who 'ran a. newspaper 'iiiy i i )1ii '9 f
Queen of Florida's Fourth 'Estate- and got elected county school super
.Mrs. George H. Goolsby.Maid's intendent. But the kids took up 'Money "
of Hon'or are plenteous.'There's' too much of his time, so Eula, his ,for :
bright and charming Nina attractive: wife, latched onto the
Hawkins, editor of ,the St. Augustine Tribune and she does a swell job Hot only can you
: Record, one of Florida's running it. :age,on the,easy : ]
leading daily publications, who deserves At Bartow there was a fellow also home repairs I
:' a seat near the throne. Nina who had served in the first world m eUng. We'll : ; \
as a gentle soul., but she wields a .war and decided Uncle Sam need.. planning and ,
wicked pen. ,ed him again. So a few months your contractor or
j ,, And Mrs. Marie Holderman, who ago Roy Gallemore went to the Navy one" if you have- 1
lor the past 25 years has remainedat and charming Virginia, his wife, I IOW :
the helm of the Cocoa Tribune, I went to the Olk'COunty, Record :
editing, owning and publishing the office. She's making a ,RECORD, ,PA.I. : :!
paper without a cl ange. She start too.
ed the' paper in 1917 and has con* When Nate Reece, Jr., of the Arcadian
j sistently remained the guiding star took a position with the Arcadia ::1
I during the intervening years. I Air School, Nate Sr. didn't
don't believe there are many newspaper know how he'd run the paper with
. I 1" people in Florida with a record out him-but his blond" and beau
like that. tiful, (but NOT dumb) wife, Jerry, v'L i. ;;
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hereunto set my hand and affixed Clerk Circuit Court of cause will be taken as confessed County, Florida.
Parents-Read ThisIf the official seal of the above entitled I Hendry County, Florida. against you and said cause shall STATE OF FLORIDA t-r '
court, at LaBelle, Florida, this 29th I 4t. Feb. 6-13-20-27, 1942. proceed ex parte. COUNTY OF HENDRY: ,
day of January, 1942. It Is further ORDERED that this I HEREBY CERTIFY that the "
air raid should come whilo (Seal) WILLIAM T. HULL, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TILE Notice to Appear be published oncea above and foregoing Is a true and '
an Clerk of the Circuit Courtof TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF week for four (4) consecutive weeksin correct copy of the original Notice to i.I J
,your children are at school, see to' the Twelfth Judicial TILE STATE OF FLORIDA IN THE CLEWISTON NEWS, a news- Appear on file in my office In said 1
your own safety. Stay home, go .to Circuit Florida, in of and the for State Hendry of AND FOR IIENDRY COUNTY.IN paper of general circulation publishedin Cause. 1
from Hendry County, Florida, prior to WITNESS my hand and the seal 1
:your refuge room, stay away County. CHANCERY.NO. March 2nd, 1942.
of said Court
Jan. 30, Feb. 6-13-20, 1942. this 26 day of Janu-
windows.Do 934.MORTGAGE. WITNESS my hand and the seal of ary, A. D. 1942. I

not try to reach the school. BROTHERS REFORCLOSURELYKES INC., a corpor- A.said D.Court 1942. this- 26 day of January, (Seal) WILLIAM: T. HULL, t '
as Clerk of the Circuit
You could accomplish no good. I NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR ation, (Seal) WILLIAM T. HULL, Court, in and for Hendry
You could do a great deal of harm TAX DEED Plaintiff, as Clerk of the Circuit County, Florida. F.:. 1
vsMORRIS )- Court, in and for Hendry No. 304 4t.
Jan. 30
by such action.In SELCOW and MRS. MORRISSELCOW Feb. 6-13-20, 1942 .
(Senate Bill No. 1C3)
Rule Number, '1 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That his wife, the unknown 1
an Air Raid, "
heirs, devisees, grantees, assignees, JO
C. Carlton. holder of CertificatesNo.
Is to stay: off the street, get under 882, 883, 885, 886,' 887, 889, 890 lienors, creditors, trustees, or other ','
cover. On the street, there is the issued the 7th day of September, A.D. claimants by, through, under Mrs.or '
risk shell fragments, rac- 1931, has filed same in my office and against Morris Selcow and
of falling who
Morris Selcow, his wife, are
tax deed
has made application for a
Stay not known to be dead or alive, etc., :
ing cars, and fire apparatus. to be issued thereon. Said certificates .
indoors.Do embrace the following described prop- et al., (
erty in the County of Hendry, Stateof Defendants.
not try to telephone. The Florida, to-wit: NOTICE TO APPEAR

wires must be kept clear for the SEii of Section 31, S'V1of THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO:
Section 33, Township 47 S, Range
fire : -
and the .J-
wardens, police,
34 E; MORRIS S E L C 0 \V and MRS.
department. You might prevent an N% of Section 2, S% of Sec 3, MORRIS S E L CO 'V, his wife; _
urgent message from getting N} Section 4, NEVI Section 6, ALL PARTIES CLAIMING IN-
SVfc and NW& Section 9, Town- TERESTS BY, THROUGH, UNDEROR I I .js
through. ship 48 S. Range 34 E. AGAINST MORRIS SELCOW and I

This is hard advice. It's not easy The assessment! of the said property MRS. MORRIS SELCOW, his wife, I
under the said certificates issued was who are not known to be dead or
to take. But it is for best interest in the name of Tatom Bros. Corp. alive; ALL PARTIES CLAIMING IN- II I <<
and for the welfare of your chil- Unless said certificates shall be redeemed TERESTS BY, THROUGH, UNDEROR II
according to law, the prop- AGAINST SOL BRODSKY, who is
dren. erty described therein will be sold deceased; AND ALL PARTIES HAV- I

-U. S. Office of Civilian to the highest bidder at the court ING OR CLAIMING TO HAVE ,ANY I ,
house door on the first Monday in RIGHT, TITLE OR INTEREST.
Defense.IN. the month of March, 1942, which is AND TO THE PROPERTY HEREIN I
the 2nd day of March, 1942. DESCRIBED: I II
Dated this 2nd day of February, It appearing by appropriate allega- I ,

1942. tions of the sworn Bill of Complaintfiled t
THE CIRCUIT COURT'CIRCUIT OF THE OF (Seal) WILLIAM T. HULL: in the above entitled cause that 1
Morris Selcow and Mrs. Morris Sel- 'I
AND FOR HENDRY COUNTY.IN cow, his wife, after diligent search
and Inquiry are not known by Plain- (
tiff to be dead or alive, and after ; I r

CHANCERYNO. THERE IS CONSIDERABLE diligent search .and inquiry, Plaintiff
935.NOTICE believes that there are persons who :
ACTIVITY IN are or may be interested in the sub- 1 r
CITY OF CLEWISTON, FLORIDA ject matter of this suit whose names, AIRCONDITIONED A21\ .
Petitionervs. after such diligent search and Inquiry 1 r
Clewiston are unknown to Plaintiff, and i iI
I THE STATE OF FLORIDA, that said unknown 'parties claim as

Defendant.To heirs, devisees, grantees, assignees, : }
the Taxpayers and Citizens of Real Estate lienors, creditors, trustees or other
the City of Clewiston, in Hendry claimants by, through, under or ,gom/MI. :
County, Florida, and all .others against said defendants above named, ...
whom it may concern: who are not known to be dead or

You, and each of you, are hereby alive, and are necessary parties defendant I
notified that a petition has been filed to this suit; and that said Dependable Service = .a:' t
:by the City of Clewiston, Florida, defendants above named who are not I ,
.seeking to valIdate and confirm 4 NOWIS known to be dead or alive are allegedto .,
;per cent interest bearing electric and be over the age of 21 years; andit Low Fares ;
'water revenue certificates of said City THE TLAIE TO BUY further appearing by appropriate :,' ,
.in the principal sum of $175,000.00, allegations of the sworn Bill of Com- :,( ,
January 1st, 1942, to be issued pur- THAT LOT YOU HAVE
plaint filed in the above entitled '
:suant to the proceedings of the Commission cause that Sol Brodsky is deceased, Travel via Florida'Motor Lines MAIN LINE to all Florida r-: +
of said City for the purpose of BEEN THINKING 'ABOUT and after diligent search and inquiry ): "
and the North.
)ipaying the cost of acquiring a water- a Plaintiff ,
believes that there are
-works .system and electric power and
:light system, which said systems after CLEWISTON IS !'NOW :A persons who are or may be Interestedin Northbound -'::' ,
the subject matter of this suitwhose
,'being acquired by ,said City shall be names, after such diligent Lv. CANAL POINT . 4:55 AM 1:25 PM ,-.: '> i iAr.
combined and operated as a single DEFENSE AREA, TAMPA, . 10:10AM 6:55 PM '
system,' and paying the cost of reconstructing search and Inquiry, are unknown to Costs Less than Driving '
extending, enlarging and Plaintiff, and the said unknown par- Ar. LAKELAND . 9:10 AM 5:50 PM
improving said combined system and ties claim as heirs, devisees, grantees, Ar. ORLANDO . 10:50 AM 7:45 PM ., One Round ':
are to be payable as to both principal BUILDING WELLINCREASE assignees,' lienors, creditors, trusteesor Ar. JACKSONVILLE . 3:15 PM 11:45 PM Way TrIp -
and interest from revenues of other claimants by, through, underor Ar.TALLAHASSEE . 4:45 PM 1259; AM MIAMI $ 1.65 $ 3.00
.said system. against Sol Brodsky, who is deceased Ar. LAKE CITY . 2:25 PM 1.10 AM JACKSONVILLE 4.70 8.50

You, and each of you, are hereby and that they are necessary Lv..CANAL POINT . 5:20 PM 11:25 PM TAMPA. 2.80 5.05.... !
with notice of the contentsof defendant this suit that
charged parties to
; LAKELAND 2.35 4.25.
said petition and further notified GET YOUR LOTS NOW 'Ar JACKSONVILLE . 3:45 AM 9:15 AM
this suit Is brought In the Circuit ORLANDO 2.95
5.35 I
that said petition, filed in this court, Court of the Twelfth Judicial Circuitof :
will be heard before the
as aforesaid
the State of Florida, in and for
:Honorable Judge of said court in HAS SEE AND LAKE CITY WITH GREYHOUND LINES LAKE CITY 4.95 8.95
Hendry County, in Chancery, by
the Courthouse in Fort Myers, Florida LYKES BROTHERS INC., a FOR ALL POINTS NORTH AND WEST. ATLANTA. 8.40 15.15
on the 23rd day of February, tion, against MORRIS SELCOW corpora-and MACON 7.25 13.05
1942, at ten o'clock A. M., and you Southbound-Going VALDOSTA 5.80 10.45lv.
MRS. MORRIS SELCOW his wife the
and each of you, are hereby notified CANAL POINT . 5:20: PM 11:25 PM BIRMINGHAM 9.90 17.85
unknown heirs, devisees, grantees, )
at the time
and required to
:and place aforesaid appear to show cause, CLEWISTON REALTY assignees, lienors, creditors, trustees, Ar. MIAMI . '. 8:50 PM 2:30 AM NEW ORLEANS. 11.65 21.00

if ,any you-have or if any there be, or other claimants by, through, underor CHICAGO 17.90 32.25 ., \
why said electric and water revenue against Morris Selcow and Mrs. Returning NEW YORK 15.85 28.55 ,_
,certificates should not be validated and DEVELOPMENT Morris Selcow, his wife, who are Lv. MIAMI . 10:00 AM 2:00 AM
,and confirmed in conformity ,with the not known to be dead or alive, etc., Ar. CANAL POINT . 1:25 PM 4:55 AM '
prayer set forth in said petition and et al., Defendants, and that said suitis
pursuant to the laws of the Stateof CORPORATIONWe for the purpose of reforclosing
Florida in such case made and that certain mortgage upon the land ,

provided.IN described in the Bill of Complaintand PHONE 3921 CANAL POINT '.;:: "
WITNESS WHEREOF, I have upon the following described
property lying, being and situate in :
the County of Hendry, State of Flori- cc it
da, to-wit: : : ..
Section i, Township 46 South. /'
Range 33 East. "

Buy and Sell It is therefore ORDERED that You
and each of" you above named and

designated Defendants and all par- ': :
U. S. SUGAR ties claiming interests by, through,
under or against the above named
and designated Defendants, and all
I Common and Preferred Stock, parties having or claiming to have fS
any right, title or interest in and : \
to the )
property hereinabove described -
and you and each of you are
hereby required to file an appearancein
Ernest S. StevensStock this proceeding, to-wit, in the
above entitled Court and cause on
and Bond Broker March 2nd, A. D. 1942, the same being
the Rule day In said month, with the
PHONE; 4 1st National Bank Building FLIRT MYERS Clerk of said Court at the Court
House in the City of LaBelle, Hendry
County, Florida, and In default, thereof -
the Bill of Complaint in said I



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chet thread do not tear out so home owner to build that rustic
quickly as those made with ordi- lawn furniture he has long
4 nary sewing thread. dreamed of making.
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ifJh B. ,1 side and out with a cut lemon color for your bathroom. They
before being cooked it will make make a gay appearance blended '
ow PEEVE1j the meat white, juicy and tender. side by side on the towel rack

S __ Pots and pans do not have to be A burnt-out unglazed electric
:::...: j ( scoured if the gas flame is kepton bulb need not be sheer waste. Cutoff 1.
only high enough to maintainthe the neck, remove the filament,
__ boiling point. After liquid is. and you have an attractive little
i" brought to a boil it cooks no faster I globe in which to grow your ivy
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produce these results; '
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Coarse,rlbby texture .. Solid firm texture
'lam'Z Cabbages illustrated/ above grown under .
Identical condItIons. "
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tome vegetable garden. Write Dept. W2.FERRYMORSE .
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famous marches brought him the j
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his many compositions, says-,Col- :.J i
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r March, in an outright sale,yielded
h _. __ Pattern 2837. only $35, while the Stars and .

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East coast, the amplification is k
The world is a comedy to those
By about as much as the figure one that think, a tragedy to those who
J. Millar Watt followed by 90 zeroes. feel.-Walpole.

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book-crammed with recipes for BABY CHICKS
C f all kinds of yeast-raised breads
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Bitt g's Talk- Moore Haven Druggist I hope for his revival was gone.. his brother, Allen, of Arcadia and r. ,
SCHOOL STUDENTSTO I( The motors are said to have had one sister, Mrs. John C. Keeneof i
both a 220-volt and a 110-volt connection -
Miami. One brother i
Electrocuted on MondayMoore Bert, and
Continued from Rage '4) : I and he is thought to have ,his parents, preceded him' in death. I
CONSTRUCT FIFTY had hold of both these wires. His
we have planted, cultivated and Funeral services were held in Ar- ,
I harvested the sugarcane. We must ( Haven Democrat) feet also were found to be wet whenhe cadia yesterday afternoon at 2:30at
get it to the Sugar House and, Death by electrocution' brought to was taken from the pit. St. Edmund's Episcopal Church .Ii

AIRCRAFT MODELS I therefore, must maintain our rail- a sudden close the career of John Members of the immediate family -I with the pastor, Rev. Frank G. : !
road, the necessary bridges and Robinson Dowd, 52, pioneer Moore who survive are his widow, his I'Ireland, officiating. Interment was
dents culverts, the ditches and canals and Haven business man and one of the son, Lieut. John R. Dowd of' Camp I I in Oak Ridge cemetery where his : 'I''I'I
High school of Clew- the numerous items'of' structuresand best known men of South Florida Polk, La., his daughter, Martha, I ,parents and" brother are buried t j 1 I
:iston have been requested by the equipment so necessary for an at his drug store here Monday afternoon .!
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United States Navy Department to efficient operation. It is the responsibility \ at three o'clock. I q

'Turk construct: local aircraft director models of the, project R.V.., I to see of that Mr.all Robert these Y. Patterson things- Dowd The was accident switching occurred motors while on Mr.his! P'u: : : ::: : : :' ::_r1.i-: .. -, :-_ ;: '; : J' ;" '.._ '

::said this week. operate smoothly. To Mr. Patterson I fountain Frigidaire during the afternoon i ilw"

The project Is part of a request his bonus and congratulations business lull. The motor 't ffi1l'_ ,,
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from the Navy that 500,000 modelsbe I on his appointment as Vice-Presi- was located beneath the floor in a
.- produced by the youth of the I'I dent in charge of Engineering. j jI small excavation just large enoughfor

nation for training of air and Of what use is the cane if means one man to work on the equip- Defense
t ground personnel in recognition of i I are not available for the .extraction I ment and several times while he Buy BosTHE ;
types!,! of aircraft, range estimation of 'sugar? We have all felt great was working he came out to waiton
and cones of fire j pride in watching Harry Vaughn customers. One of these cus-

The request from the ,Navy will move gradually higher and higherin tomers had been gone but a few sIS. ; .; iI; :Xl 't fI .,.
be submitted to a state assemblyof the organization, until today he moments when his brother' Allen, rot
youth delegates which is ex-' is Superintendent of Clewiston came into the store and heard a
petted to organize an official advisory Sugar House., To Mr. 'Vaughn his noise from. the motor pit. He saw DEPOSITS INV
; committee elf the State Defense bonus and congratulations on his Instantly what had happened and
Council in Tallahassee on appointment as Vice-President in called to Dr: D. M. Draughn who
February 20. So enthusiastic has charge of Sugar 'House. was in the east side-" of the store to SAVINGS ACCOUNTS

)been the response to the Navy's request Earlier, I mentioned' the' contributions -;throw the switch This Dr. Draughnwas I .
however, that acceptance of able to do instantly .and as
I of research to the success '
the assignment by the youth of of this organization; within a shorttime soon as the current was releasedthe HAVE INCREASED MATERIALLY F
Florida is regarded as a foregone stricken man collapsed on the
the laboratory
new products '
,conclusion. floor of the Help was sum-
pit. SINCE JANUARY 1 1942
will begin to rise just west of this ,
Colin English, State Superintendent f auditorium. The expanded program moned and Dr. Draughn, MarshallBen
Buxton and D. J. Hester pull-
of Education, distributed of' research requires that the corporation I
.Florida's quota of 7,400 aircraft i have tile most able Direc- ed him from the pit. 'WE

models in 148 sets of 50 models: tor of Research it. can secure. Doctor While Mr. Hester began artificial ARE NOW IN POSITION TO FINANCE
9adi to the counties and designated Benjamin A.. Bourne has demonstrated respiration Dr. Draughn rushed to
Jacal directors. Mr. English re- his breadth of vision; his bring restoratives' from his office SEVERAL HOMES IN
ported that the directors have ability and outstanding character.It but the slight spark of life that '..'
:sounded out the attitude of Flor- gives me great pleasure to an- was evident when resuscitation efforts ." : CLEWISTON" I-
ida's young people and. find that, nounce the appointment of Doctor began' gradually faded. These
hundreds of boys' and some girls I Bourne as Vice-President in' chargeof efforts were continued until after 35CLEWISTON

are impatient to begin work on the Research, and ,to present his six o'clock with W. M. Bradnack .
assignment,, I bonus. bringing' an oxygen inhalator from'the
Plans for "the models will be forwarded The growth'of any enterprise is Clewiston Engineer office and IS NOW DECLARED' A

\ from Washington to arrive typified by the men who head its taking charge of resuscitation :
February 23, three days after youth I various departments. Earlier, I work. It was about six-fifteen when \ DEFENSE AREA ,
i delegates consider and 'vote on the spoke of those with stout hearts, Dr. Draughn announced, that all

; project at the assembly in Talla- high courage and unbounded faithin ,.
Ihassee. Each set of plans will contain the Everglades when all ap- Bitting Says- *
o specifications for 50 different peared lost some eleven years ago. COME, IN TO SEE US IF YOU PLAN'P

models ranging in size from wing These six men standing here are .
.span of 5% inches to 25 inches,'I members of that stout-hearted (Cohtinued from Page 1)
I Roscoe Stokes, $50.00 defense
,most less than 12 inches.
of unbounded faith who have
group I
I bond; W. C. Owen, General Electric
Construction materials will be
been here longer than the United
portable radio; J. F. Morrison, Wal- .
;supplied locally and will consist of States Sugar Corporation; they "
soft woods, glue and paint. Sponsors which will tham wrist watch; John Harrington ,': ) ':';': I .' J : :: ...
typify this organization, : _/., .,; <> : .>:
.. expect local civic, service, aero continue to grow and to overcomeall $25.00 defense bond; M. E. : :'( '.
and patriotic organizations to help obstacles. Von Mach, Shaeffer fountain pen; ,
provide materials. W. A. Davis, fishing rod and reel; ,
Each and every man in the or- .Lewis Frazier, order for a suit of '
ganization has a most interesting clothes Elam and M. A.
W. P. I
story behind him and I only wish I Thomas, electric railroad-style lan- \ FEDERAL SAVINGS AND
had the time, to tell it all, but time terns. I
State Senator H. Earnest Over-
presses and we must speed up the
nstreet of .Miami, a candidate for distribution of bonuses. First I. will Three prominent men attendingthe
the position of Congressman-at- dinner were introduced by Mr.:
call those entitled to service emb-
Moran following the bonus distribu- LOAN ASSOCIATION
Large from Florida, visited briefly lems at this time and then all '
here Wednesday morning 'with tion: Dr. Ashe, president of Miami
other. key men in alphabetical order -
friends en route to Bartow. Sen- ,." 'Let's make'it snappy so we University; Julio Lobo, prominentin

ator Overstreet is opposing the can 'get along' to the'' rest of the sugar production in Cuba and I _. .
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these two being the' only candidatesyet I
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Miss Barbara Morrison On Thursday Night _, I yy: :
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;ter of .Mr and Mrs. J. F. Morrison'Of ;
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,Clewiston, was included on the '
FELLOW WORKERS, HONORED :ii:;: ,,,' .': ; ". :;::;: j
approbation: list at Florida State ., ..
GUESTS: ...:. .' : : ; .: (
(College for Women at the close of. .. : .:.
For the past five or six years it ::.:
:the first'semster.. .i. : :
The list includes only'students ;has been my privilege on these occasions ': : .t..t' ". :::
t to present our''' host. Over :::::: :1 .i..;.
with a "B" average or above ) .. ..
.with no grade below "C" in the and'i en-' those years the most able speakerand ..: :... ;lIt.. ,,,.; '.,"'., .:.-..i.

tire semester's work. : the most prolific vocabulary ..i"i.. ''\ ''' .. H 0 M E": : ..::",, ". ..'." ..:..:..
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Miss Morrison is a junior at theJ ...:. .. I '
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college, is a member of Y. W. C. A. .:..:. \ '. .
But because Mr.
phrase-making. ,
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1 to those with whom he works, '-

and to his invited guests, my task I :: : Electricity is the modern servant; a servant that :;:: .
has! never 'called for attempted oratory -
i GOLF NEWS ,. or even extended remarks-a ** fakes care of both the work and the pleasures of the :::i:

you happy, both circumstance for me.and, I for can those assure who :::I:::: home and one that will do everything quickly, efficient- :. :!:
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The. golf news of the week was' :might have to listen. ..:... :.: I y and economlca II y.. .:.'.{:.
However the ''President's dinner
tthe. playing of Gene Sarazen on our : :

he toured the course in two 35's significance. World events have I :: give your eyes two hours of safe reading light or operate :f i:::!:: vi
for a two .under par, 70. Mr. given greater importance to the job :
we doing here in the Ever- _i ::!: radio for most of day-and ELECTRICITY is
; .Sarazen won the U. S. Open title are I :: your a :i:::
; twice, the. British Open and Masters glades. Ours IS a vital war task.
tournaments. Yours truly had the We are making sizeable contribu- .F:; ;;: one thing that gets cheaper the more of it that you use. :;;:i:

thrill of playing the last nine with I II tions to critical foodstuff production, B

i I ,}fine.Ir. Sarazen and can attest to his on and behalf I say, of with my pardonable fellow-workers pride,, :ii::: That is why it is ,so easy to have and enjoy a home :_Ii:;:

I I Mrs.game.F. Deane Duff played with that" the challenge to help supply :.i._::::: ,that is all electric and mo d..::::::
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important food deficiency has
Mrs. Sarazen. We didn't get their an +
,scores but we are sure she held not found us wanting.The ...:. : s
her own. fact that we are able to meet I ;,_, yy yy tx
M L. C. Rosenberg, Jimmy Wilson those responsibilities is a tribute to ... : .t..

'.and S. K. Swayne are looking for our organization, to you' men who I *=: s ELECTRICITY IS YOUR CHEAPEST SERV- ;

.-a good bookkeeper to figure up ,compose it, but most of all .to the :::::: '- ..i..i.yy.
,..their golf bets. I type of leadership that built it.
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C. V. Parkinson is getting to be Never before in history has real I : .. '
.:a, regular 43 ..shooter. Ir Iri leadership been at greater prem- :ii::: ANT-USE IT EXTRAVAGANTLY.s **

'i'I Foy Durrence shot a nice 38 inhe I ium in the affairs and lives of men yy

wind. .. I and nations. In the final analysis, ..=. -- yx:

i The ladies qualifying for the club I leadership will spell the difference ;;_ yyY' yY
. t -championship starts"this :week. All between free men and slaves. To yy
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A ladies are invited and will be matched !some few men there is given vision ...:. r ':'.:.
, that looks clearly, understandinglyacross .! .:" :.
: 1 up according to what they shoot. "i".. .:..:.
j For those thinking of taking up I horizons that blank out the # IT; :
the and those that haven't vision of other mortals. If we have
I played for. a long time, clubs been successful. turning useful
are I
', i. available for rent, balls for' sale as furrows in the black soil of the _II Glades Power and light Co fI 1"!

, ,; i >cheap as 10 cents each, also yourjpro Everglades, it is because the 'ground
was 'cleared and the first furrow ':" ,
: 'j i is glad to give free pointers : : :
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I ,Golf .is the game of a life time. I us by expert hands. .yy'
.'-.Untilnext I'.week, I I And so, gentlemen, I present to ':'.: nrr.n.r.nn..w. .:4" A

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