The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00881
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: March 6, 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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:; '; Two Grinding Records Raymond I Padgett Is Construction, Of 75 New

Missing In ActionMrs.

:,: ,. Broken Last Week B.y Charles Moran ol Pahokee Homes To Be Started In

received a telegram last Friday

.r. Crews At Sugar House that from the her Navy son, Department Raymond stating Ernest' Clewiston During Week

; Padgett, had been reported missing

: '. .:) after action in the Pacific. Details ..) ---
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: I by letter were said, to he following -
':, 'H: : ;Still: Seek To Grind [tC. D. Beatty BurnedI but at last report no further Boy Scouts Place _Bishop Wilson Leads

had'' been received.
7,000 Tons In I While Building Fire Raymond, 'a brother of Dan 2nd In Mobilization Off With Twenty-five

Padgett, Clewiston's vocational ag-
One Day I riculture teacher, and Mrs. J. H.: I -- Bungalows

,,;,,'! C. D. Beatty is 'in the Clewiston Wilson of, Clewiston, had been in I The Glades-Hendry district of,

I Hospital i recuperating from third- the Navy for seventeen years, enlisting .
-:, Boy Scouts have occasion to feel
The construction of ,
The, week ending 'at six o'clock a great many
degree burns about the legs and at the age of fifteen and I
proud of placing second the homes in Clewiston made ,
a.' m., last Sunday morning saw body which he received last Satur- was a chief petty officer. The among new possible -
both the record several districts Land I by the designation of this city
weekly grinding day morning while kindling a fire name of his ship could not be dis-: of the Sunny
:and the daily grinding record in the fireplace at his home. closed.So Council in a test mobilization helda I as a defense housing area, will get
.'broken the house of j I underway next week and plans are
sugar the Several weeks of treatment will the
far as is known this is couple of weeks ago. This testis
United States Sugar Corporation be necessary_ to effect complete re- first war casualty for the Ever- to see how quickly Scouts can j I announced this week for the building -

",' and the 550 sugar house'employees' covery. glades area and the sympathy of be called into action in event of I of seventy-five new bungalows.

; while jubilant over the record I Mr. Beatty was pouring kerosene everyone is extended to membersof emergency.The [ Bishop-Wilson Lumber Company,
Syr grind were still unsatisfied as they from a can onto; the pile, of kindling the family. Boca Grande district with with several new homes under construction -
: strive to reach the goal of 7,000 without noticing that there were I at this time, early in the

., tons per day which they have still live coals from the previousday's only one troop placed first and I week announced their plans for the

: voluntarily set. I fire. The resulting flare-up with thirty-seven Scouts registered I building of twenty-five more which

6,826 tons of cane were ,groundfor caused the can to explode and he CLASS 'OF 46 RAF mobilized thirty-five in an hour. will either be for rent or for sale.
council head-
conversion' into raw, sugar dur-I was sprayed with the flaming oil. Reports were given to This morning the office of .J. E.

ing the twenty-four hour period I Retaining his presence of mind he quarters by telegraph every fifteen Beardsley, local realtor, announced
; ending with that six o'clock whistle immediately lay down and called CADETS WILL minutes.: plans' for fifty more homes to be

-which topped the previous record for blankets in which he wrapped There were fifty-six Scouts reg- built by R. L. O'Dell and H. L.

;' set on February 24 of 6,796.76 himself and smothered the flames. WINGS THURSDAY istered in this district and forty- Clark, Miami contractors, the

' tons and the greatest record of Then, despite his burns, he' helpedin eight of these were mobilized in Beardsley office! handling the, sale

any previous season established extinguishing .the fire which I I an hour. ,At the end of fifteen and rental of the fifty homes.

,March: 23, 1941, of 6,409.48 tons. might otherwise, have destroyed the class---of-' RAF cadets minutes there were thirty-three, at Bishop-Wilson will construct the
The first
The new' weekly'record also I home. the end of thirty minutes, fortysixand greater number of their twenty'
to Riddle Field to
to directly
!. : :knocks out a record established The fire department was called begin their flight training are all of the forty-eight were on five new homes along the west side

ior the week ending ,February 2. I but the fire was out upon their graduating' next week and it is be-, hand at the end. of forty-five min- of blocks 204 and 196 west of the

r.. .' During the past week, 43,892.27 arrival except, for smoldering upholstery lieved that' they have established utes.The city hall and facing Crescent Drive.

tons of cane were ground against in a divan. Slight dam- record, in ,that forty-six of the mobilization was called Three more will go up in'Block

the February record of, 42,215.92. age to furniture and floors was the. a original class of fifty will receive without warning at seven o'clockat 162 on Lots 5, 7, 8 and half of

; ; The greatest previous week's run extent of house damage their wings at 'exercises to, be held, night. ,9 facing Pasadena; four in Block
was: 41,170:00 :tons. '207' on five lots facing Osceola
at the field next Thursday.
,That the goal of ''7,000 tons for Drive Lot 10 Block 203
on ,
'. :a 24-hour period will ,be reached ACL AND FEC CREWS students This group at Oxford of fifty and cadets Cambridge, all, TRUCK CROPS ARE I I facing; Osceola'one and four,''south of the

this season .is confidently expected arrived soon after Riddle Field highway in Block 371 facing Saga-

both by employees and officials was opened last fall' to begin their more Street.
of the 'corporation. The increased -, BEGIN OPERATION ,OF training.' Primary flying was com- Several designs will be used' in
production, officials indicate constructing this group of houses. >
pleted with the ,class still intact,
is entirely' due to the efforts < All will be of frame constructionwith
r all fifty entering ; basic work to- SPELLS OF WEEK r
,:, of these ,employees who are determined SUGAR CANE TRAINS basic either' wood or asbestos: sid- \
training one
gether. During :
4"S to make as much sugar tf 'ing", plastered interir.! and' ,hard,3
of the, members was killed,, theonly ,< -
; as possible for the nation's 's.ugar J -- :' '. flociyfikThe homes'"north of
; < :: : wood ,
'" flying casualry'3ot".11e'", :\ field Considerable' damage was doneto "
with '
bowl and a voluntary goal set Train crews of > the 'highway'Will sell at from
since its ,opening, ,and when the tender truck in the Ever-
Tjy them of 7,000 tons it is quite Line and the;; ,Florida East $3,500 to ,$4,500 and those south
: ,'probable that, the goal will be Coast Railways, over whose lines basic course 5 I was '' completed one glades farming area by cold weather of the highway at: approximately
member was left ,behind to' brushup during the week and slight damageto
'r- reached. sugar cane' is hauled to the. Clew- $3,100 with lot included.,
Daily grinding records have ston sugar ,house, took over the oh certain parts o r'the courseas young cane was reported which The twenty-five houses to be

't' fallen one by one at the local sugar operation of ,all 'cane trains on the his classmates went into advanced will (retard growth to some c extent built by O'Dell will, be along the'
work. At. least one, and prob- but there was no damage to ma-
house various improvements main lines last Thursday.
as '' north ,side of Blocks 159 and 162
ably two of them were 'washedout"
ture cane.
-have been added each year to 'step Heretofore all cane trains have facing Osceola Street and extend-
'' in advanced flying leaving the freezing
up production. It was on January been handled by employees of the Temperatures dropped to ing from the Hubert Land home

J "' 22, 1937, when the organization United States Sugar Corporation forty-six. ; and below at some stations westward to the school house, the
"' was thrilled ,by the news that the with their own locomotives and ,The cadets \ will go, to. Palm Wednesday morning. Sugar, Cor- south side of Block 163, also facing -

'" ; 5,000: ton mark had been topped, cane cars but a protest, against Beach tomorrow night where they poration recordings showed, that Osceola, and the south side of

; : : 5,072; tons having been' ground this was registered by the railroad will be entertained at a dance to Ritta and Liberty Point were the 162 across street from the J. A.

j!; ; -that day. brotherhoods with the National be given' at the' Everglades Club coldest that day- with temperaturesof McGehee home and opposite the

J Practically all of the molasses Railway Adjustment Board and and :will likely have several days 30 degrees. Clewiston had 32. Baker and Bong homes.

now made ,as a by-product of persistent' efforts were made to vacation before 'they are given their Miami Locks and South Bay with Clark will build eight houses on

-'> sugar manufacture is being con- get control of the cane trains. The wings at the ceremonies next Thurs 34 were the warmest points in the the south side of Block 196 and .

verted into alcohol for government board ruled in their favor and the day. They will leave the latter Western, Division. The Eastern Lots one and two in Block 204.
part of next week to await, in
munitions. ,courts sustained them so the Division' was slightly warmer, These will face Arcade Avenue opposite ,
., Canada, passage; back to England. i Azucar registering 38 degrees and
change-over was made last week. I 'the T. H. Jones, Brantleyand
Members of the basic and ad- I
Chas. Pirkle Building Several local men employed on no frost. Fuller homes. All Block 205
vanced primary; classes have com- :
train crews were thrown out of Saturday morning's low was 33 on Circle and Crescent west of the
pleted their work and are taking
Home On Pasadena St. work by the change but the corporaton a few days .vacation before beginning degrees at Liberty Point and 34 city hall will be used for the other
: has attempted, to retain as degrees at most other stations except seventeen homes.
'their advanced and basic
many of these men as possible in South Bay which showed 42 The Odell and Clark homes will
training. A new class of fifty
Nearing completion at the west other capacities, giving proper cones degrees. Frost was reported at almost be of frame' construction with asbestos
the latter
cadets is expected part
end of Pasadena Street is the ne sideration to seniority. all stations' and again on shingle exterior and plastered -

home of Chas. :M. Pirkle, carpentersuperintendent FEC locomotives are now being next week. Sunday morning there con- interIor with oak floors and tile

for the United l used to haul the cane trains anda Raleigh Mock Home siderable frost with 31 degrees low baths. They will be of two and

States Sugar Corporation. Mr.Pirkle change in crews is necessary at at South Shore and Benbow high three bedroom size and will sell

is doing a great deal of the Lake Harbor where the two lines with 38. One point in the Eastern I from $4,000 to $4,500. Virtuallythe

work himself. I join. Confusion which existed for Destroyed By Fire' Division showed 29 degrees Sunday I same design will be. used for '

The home will be of concrete several days under the, new setupis morning. all houses. -, .

; block 'and brick construction with now, being ironed out and, trainsare The home ,of Mr. and Mrs. Rain Monday averaged better The Miami contractors expect to

}' hardwood floors and ''plastered inw moving with a greater degree 1 Raleigh Mock on Ventura Street, than, half an inch in both divis- make use of what local materialand

{z: terior. There will be a large liv- 'of satisfaction. just south 'of the post-office was ions and a high wind blew for a labor is available but will rush

ing room, two bedrooms, dinette, ..almost completely' destroyed by couple of days to make' the weather construction in an attempt to have
;: kitchen and built-in garage, bath more unpleasant. all of the houses completed before
." Pahokee Winner Of fire about six o'clock Tuesday aft-
... and large back porch. July 1. Some of the homes are
ernoon. The fire is believed to
expected to be' ready for occupancy
: Basketball TourneyIn have been caused by the explosionof Candy Company Sold
within thirty days.
::: Kiwanis Club Holds, a heater.
Because of F. H. A. requirements
The fire had gained considerable To Miami ConcernThe
which will not permit putting a
,:: it' Meeting Wednesday a spectacular finals, game of headway before a fire alarm was house on less than a sixty-foot:

.. the tri-county basketball league sounded and although the fire department '
t, ,- Company, frontage, all lots have been re
,: tournament at Belle Glade last made good speed in arriving Clewiston Candy
v The Kiwanis Club at the meet\ Thursday night, Pahokee bested at the scene were unable to operated bv Wilbur Bishop, which surveyed and in all cases these new

ing Wednesday night held a gen- .the Riddle Instructors by one pointto save any substantial part of the burned out here last year at the'old homes will have from 64 to 68

-' "- eral discussion of civic work of the win the tournament honors building. Although the walls are Miner packing 'house, was sub- foot frontage with some corner

club and proposed projects for the 4039.In still standing it is unlikely that sequently moved to Miami where lots having seventy feet or more.

year. the consolation round Belle there will be' any salvage value to Mr.. ''Bishop has been operating it

It was voted to pay $25.00 to- Glade defeated Clewiston 57-43. the lumber remaining. Much of as the DeSoto Candy Company. McGehee InstructorAt

ward the purchase of a refrigeratorfor An all-star team was selected by the furniture ,and clothing was Word was received here this week

the community center. tournament officials 'as follows: taken from the building and saved. that he had sold his interests to Riddle FieldPat

; Two visitors were' present from Hall, Belle Glade and Pugh, Pa- Mr. Mock, manager of the J. S. Howard of Miami and, was

clubs in New 'York and Harlan, hokee, forwards; Hopkins, Riddle Standard Service ,Station, recently moving to Tennessee.The McGehee, who recently com-
c if Ky.: ( Field, center, Von Mach, Clewistonand ; bought the home from Mrs. candy company did an excellent pleted an instructor's course at
: Place of Riddle Field, guards. Mary Hayes Davis. business here using raw Embry-Riddle school in Miami and

*,*' 'l' ; SEVERAL LOCAL PEOPLE The second team consisted of Walker sugar from the Clewiston sugar who now holds both a commercialand

,,' ATTEND TENNIS MATCHES Riddle Field, center; Brady of Riddle Instructors house but was unable to find new CAA instructor's rating, this
'.. Pahokee and Scarborough of Belle I quarters after the fire. All equip- week accepted a position at Riddle,

.:I Several Clewiston tennis enthusiasts Glade, forwards; L. Spooner, Pa- To Ferry Bombers I ment was destroyed at that time. Field here as a Link Trainer Instructor

attended the matches in hokee and Armstrong of Belle .

West Palm Beach last Saturday Glade guards.In 6 NEW CARS Pat began flight training herea

when such stars as 'Don' Budge, the last half of the league Four instructors from Riddle .- couple of years ago taking lessons -

Bobby Riggs, Frank Kovacs', Fred which finished the first of last Field have asked, for their release Hendry County's quota of new from Charlie 'Miller, now a

Perry and Lester Stoephen were week Riddle took first place, Pa- here in order to fly bombers either cars for the period from March 2nd Riddle Field 'instructor. This

'" seen in action. Among' these were I Jhokee second, Belle Glade and to Canada or South' America, it Jo May 31st is six, of the passenger previous flying experience enabled

., Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Beardsley and Clewiston tied for third and South was learned this week., The four. type. Administrator L. M. Jennings him to complete a normal year's

Bruce, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Dilley, i Bay, Moore Haven and Florida are: Richard Gramere, !"Frank divided the number evenly between coursfe at the Embry-Riddle schoolin

G. M. Ford, A. L. Hackett, C. '.J. I Power and Light tied for fourth Fwigoli, George :May 'and Jack LaBelle and Clewiston alloting 3 to I. Jess than six months with splen-

Neilson and E. B.' Seegers. place. Crummer. I' each ration board. did grades. .,


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Sharpening the Eyes of the UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL

Army and Navy With LensesListen SUNDAY 1 LessonBy 1

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E FN my children, and you shall hear of a little cog in this great Of Released The Moody by Western Bible Institute Newspaper Chicago.Union.). msf nasmsiffBy I I

defense program machinery of ours that plays an unspectacular, but "VIRGINIA VALE '

Washington, D. C. vital, role in the whole defense setup. It is the manufacture of optical (Released by Western Newspaper Union.)

NO SOVIET-NAZI PEACE instruments for our armed forces. It was thought that the U. S. wouldbe Lesson for 'March 8

Those who are on the inside regarding up against it when the supply of German, optical glass was cut off, PRACTICALLY all motion pic-

the report which Ambassador but American glass manufacturers came through with a product every lected Lesson and subjects copyrighted and Scripture by International texts se- stars are doing

William C. Bullitt gave PreSI- bit as good. The optical division at Frankford Arsenal in Philadelphia, permission.DISCOVERING Council of. Religious Education; used by everything they can to help in

dent Roosevelt regarding the Near where some of these photos were taken, now has a staff of 200 persons.: this time of national crisis. Dor-

East say there.is only one slight ray WHY PEOPLE othy Lamour sold more bonds on

of sunshine in it. Bullitt told his 1 On the bridge of the mighty battleship DRINK BEVERAGE ALCOHOL that recent trip of hers than any-
chief that there was absolutely no I North Carolina Rear Admiral
I -
Russia making with LESSON one else in the country has so far;
chance of peace TEXT-Genesis 43:34; Psalm s,
l M. Hustvedt and his
Germany. exec- 104:14, 15; Proverbs 31:4.7; Eccteslastes men like Bob Hope and Bing
: utive Commdr. A. G. 2:1-3, 10. 11 I Corinthians
officer Isaiah
from Bullitt, who servedas : Shepard ; 56:12:
Coming .
10.6,7. I' are giving much of their
ambassador to Russia and who r (left) hold binoculars as they observethe GOLDEN TEXT-Wine is a mocker strong free time to playing benefits. Constance
spent considerable time there in the effects of the firing tests at sea. drink is raging; and whosoever Is deceived Moore
was all set for tour
thereby Is not wise. Proverbs 20:1.: a
revolution in 1917, -
early days of the been .hU.U.... ,_ .____......... of army camps, singing songs' from
Bullitt has
this means a lot.
her various films, when an impacted
vigorously critical of the Soviet regime The alcohol problem receives at-
and probably tention in four lessons of each year. wisdom tooth kept her home. Re-
in years backwards againstany This is the first one for 1942 and covering from that, she acquired an
would lean over
overly optimistic appraisal. brings .before us a number of scriptures infected toe, but went ahead any-

.not often used to suggest the way.
However, after his special tour of '?
the Near and Middle East on spe- ..# drinker's reasons for drinking.
Fred, Waring has succeeded in
Why do men drink?
from the President, I
cial assignment _
keeping his contribution to the'armed
he reported that the Russians were ,F .,. I. To Be Sociable (Gen. 43:34). .
forces' entertainment out 'of
so irate against the Nazis that there At the banquet prepared by Joseph -
"., the newspapers-but if you've a man
would be no surrender or compro- rr's the allowance for Benjamin was in the service,who's in or near New
mise. greatly increased, and they "drank
York pass this news along to him.
Bullitt is not so optimistic about and were merry." How often that Twice a month Fred gives a partyat

the Russian army, which he thinks I r.rl has been the plea which has led [the club 'rooms which he main-
may fail badly when the Germansare into drinking and into drunkenness.The '
tains for the men in his band. He
their airplanes in "social has often led to
able to get glass" gets his guests from the service
the air again, which they cannotdo the drunkard's grave.
clubs, taking the 'army, navy and
in sub-zero weather and with ? Well, surely God wants us to be marines in turn. Wives of the .

snow on the air fields. Politically, sociable. Yes, He does, and the bandsmen whip marvelous'
up refreshments -
however, Bullitt is convinced that perfect provision for man's social
the band's camera
Russia will stand with the United nature is found in Christian fellow
fiends take
pictures, pretty girls are
Nations to the last ditch. ship.II. .
on hand as dancing partners.
Against this, Bullitt goes further To Be Happy (Ps. 104:14, 15). :
than anyone else around the Presi- Wine 'is supposed to bring happi-
The other day Joel McCrea
Allied losses. Not 1F"11'11
dent regarding
believe that will ness, and we may admit that it donned five different sets of makeupto
only does he Japan
does bring a temporary lift which
make tests for five different roles
take India, but he feels that Australia -
some call happiness. But who is
which he plays in the brief prologue
the British Empire.If .
will be lost to
satisfied with happiness? It depends
he is right, this will be the "
yy entirely on what "happens. If the
worst blow which the United Nationscan ;, J
wrong thing happens we are un-
suffer, especially inasmuch' as I happy. We,need a'deep abiding joy, 1' f

American troops arenow stationedin 1 Y and only a right relationship to God :. '
Australia and New Zealand.Not .
can give that.
all war observers agree with
Bullitt on this latter point. They : III. To Evade Responsibility

point out that Australia is chiefly a ,: (Prov. 31:4, 5). k ) / JJ

desert country, and it would take ... When life's burdens become too

weeks and months for a conqueringarmy much for him the weakling seeks

to envelop these vast areas. relief and evades his responsibilities ,-

in the deadening power of alco- 4 J
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PATRIOTIC INDIANSAs hol. But that doesn't solve the prob- 14j

in the last -war", thousands of, lem. It is still there when sobriety

American Indians again are demon- ___ returns, and usually more serious

strating their:, patriotism.! -than ever. 'What can a man do? ,The ; --\'f'1 )Ii,___
The desk of John Collier, able answer is, turn to God. He gives

chief of the Office of Indian Affairs, Is wisdom, grace'and strength.IV. JOEL McCREAof

is stacked with letters from every L To Forget Sorrow '(Prov. 31: '. "
"I Married Witch in which he
tribe in the country, pledging aid The lathe machine at the left is used for centering lenses and grind- 6). appears opposite a Veronica, Lake. But

and offering to make fresh sacrificesfor few ing the edges through with the optical center. Right: Looking for flawsin "Drown your sorrows" is the deceptive for the main role he needs practically -
the war effort. Here are a promise of liquor; but, they
parts of binoculars as they are assembled. none!
examples: stand 'right'there beside man, and
Immediately after the declarationof when his poor befuddled head begins
war, the Crow Indians of Montana f7 > mtB1nm: :' ':''v :rr11:: to clear they present them Franchot Tone goes very, very ;
/ athletic for the first timein "Highly :
voted $10,000 of tribal fundsto selves than
F4 more persistently ever. .
Irregular, in which he co-stars
President Roosevelt to "use as What's the answer? The God of 'aU
with Joan Bennett. He has a rous-
you see fit. They also voted ta placein comfort is ready to bear man's sorrows -
ing fight with a pair of Gestapo men,
the President's hands the entire
or to give him grace to bear
also hurdles over tables and
resources of their 2,000,000-acre res- them and to lead him out into a
ervation mineral oil and benches. Result so far-one sprained
including place of peace and victory..
coal deposits, plus all available man- 4 I tendon. .
power for combat service. V. To Forget Poverty (Prov. 31: -t-- i

The Creeks of Oklahoma"have set 7). When movie folks say "See Eddie

aside $400,000 of tribal funds for the Heavy is the affliction of poverty about it," they refer to Edward Ar-

purchase of defense bonds. Other 'in a world of plenty. Sometimes .it nold, the busiest actor in Hollywood.

tribes voting large sums for the same is the result of carelessness or of President of the Screen Actors'
sin but often it is the lot of those
purpose include the Jicarilla Apa- guild, chairman of the Hollywood

ches and Pueblos of New Mexico, who are innocently caught in its Permanent Charities committee, .'

the Euchee and Seminole Indians of grip. Men have tried to forget, to head of the U.S.O. for the screen in- '

Oklahoma, and the Navajos.Not "drown" even this problem in drink, dustry, representative of the National -
and have only made their poverty in Red
Defense committee, active ,
to l be; outdone, the Colvilles of
worse and more unbearable.VI. .
Cross and Community Chest
Washington state, the Cheyennesand
Arapahos of the Plains and the To Find Satisfaction (Eccl. still finds time to do fine workin j

Nez Perce Indians have announced 2: 1-3, 10, 11). pictures. j

they will not press for settlement of The book of Ecclesiastes gives -;:

tribal claims against the governmentwhile the account of a man "under the Gladys"Swarthout's radio and con- !

the war lasts. 1 sun," that is, apart from God's cert engagements for the next six '

Following the Jap attack there The girl at left is cleaning optical elements that will later be as- guidance and blessing, seeking to months have been insured for $2,000

was a big rush among Indian youth sembled into a battery commander's telescope. Right:' Two pretty maids satisfy the cravings 'of his heart,in each by Lloyds of London, the

7" at every reservation to enlist, espe- check on finished prisms and lenses. many ways. All of them prove vain, American insurance company which
cially at the Sioux reservation in including the effort to find it in wine sponsors those Sunday afternoon

South Dakota. Only three of the 46 and in pleasure. Family Hour Broadcasts can't insureits
1[ r @Wf Mf..ffi2 iEM& 'M T fM/i7. .grl. :iwi
Frustrated souls often seek ,
North Carolina Cherokees in the release own star-American companies 100

army were drafted. The 'rest vol- through intoxicants. They gaina I aren't allowed to assume this typeof

unteered.The measure of liberty and a sense I risk. 'Not that it's such a risk

patriotic response of Indians of masterful power, but it is all as -Miss Swarthout has missed only

may surprise the average American' delusive as the' dreams of grandeurof one radio engagement in 10 yearsof

but not Collier. He says: "The In the insane. broadcasting.A .

dians know more than any of us VII. To Stimulate Hope (Isa. 56: --E--:

what freedom means. They knew it 12). year and a half ago Major

in other' years when they fought A certain fearful looking forwardto Bowes introduced Walter Williams,

against overwhelming odds to save the time of judgment tends to 64-year-old singer of Irish folk tunes,

their lands from the white' man." dampen the drinker's enthusiasm.So on the air. In a lonely cabin in

*. he drinks more to reawaken in Alaska, Arthur Williams heard his I-

WE WILL WIN his heart the "hope" that tomorrowwill brother's voice. Arthur had left

Due to initial Axis advantage of not bring reckoning, but will home in 1907, had been declared

having great organized military ma-' be another "gopd" day. The world legally dead in 1917. lie packed np

chines, the war will be long diffi- has no real hope, in fact, the word and started East, finally got to New

cult and costly. But if the Allied itself has lost its true meaning and York and was reunited with his

peoples will stick it out they can't ., ( C 4 ,,- t indicates only a sort of wishful brother-thanks to the major.
li h: t
lose. All the major basic economic thinking. Is there any real hope? : :

advantages are on our side. Here area Oh, yes, and the Christian has it. That popular air show, "Duffy's
few: VIII. To Encourage Play (I Cor.
o Tavern," will celebrate St. Patrick'sday
The Axis powers plus their occupied 10:6: 7). .' moving to the Tuesday eve-

territories have 29 per cent of : J aN N Paul warns against the folly of ning 'spot. that's been occupied by
the, world's coal, 18 percent of the rA the "eat, drink, and be merry" phi "We the People."
iron ore'', 3 per cent of the oil, 21 losophy. That road ends in disaster --;.: y

per cent of the wheat, 23 per cent Does not God want us to play? "
Aldrich Family, one ofradio's
of the sugar. Total population under Indeed He does. He gave us the
their flags, 474,000,000; of which instinct for recreation. We need youngest among top ranking
has been named the out-
168,000,000 are conquered peoples se- pleasant relaxation, and He has pro shows,
cretly trying to throw off their ter vided for us all the beauties of na standing commercial radio programin
the Annual Advertising awards
roristic yokes.On ture, all the pleasures' of wholesonn
the Allied side of the ledger play, and all in the finest of fello\v recently announced-an honor that

is 67 per cent of the world's coal ship with His people and with Him has been held in recent 'years by.

63 per cent of the iron, 78 per centof Field binoculars in actual use. A soldier is spotting' aircraft during self. Thus we find real recreation- Jack Benny, Information Please and p

the oil, 64 cent of the He tells his he the Fibber McGee and Molly. A jury
per wheat, maneuvers. partner'what sees and partner speaks intoa not just fun that leaves us empt
and 51 per cent of the sugar.. wireless phone to relay the information to headquarters. and dissatisfied composed of leading advertisingmen
decides upon the awards. ,

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I 1 1 quiz with answers offering ? -
'j DO ourselves wrong,
1 ANOTHER i,formation on various subjects 3 3.C'MMMI WE too meanly estimatethe

II ? holiness above us, when w-e
. ,j MhhMC" f+.NMMMI. h.MMMfi..M MC. r + hCS..ci..C I'.MMMNNMMh deem that any act or enjoy-
The Questions 7. What is made 'from flax- ment good 'in itself, is not goodto

: 1uj.EIJHH'eI = sweater yarn, linen or rayon? do religipusly.-Hawthorne.

.:1 1. How many mints does the Our doubts are traitors
tJ.I ... ..' __.."" __;i/Iin.l<. -="'''t( Y!.>::' !&W;,;. .2m United States have for making The Answers And make us lose the good 'we oft
might win
coins? ,
'" 2. Fleet street in London is famous 1. Three (Philadelphia, Denver By fearing, to attempt.Shakespeare.
for what? and San Francisco).
2. Its newspaper offices. The'man' who trusts men will
"i I I 3. What proportion of, Americans 3. For every 100 Americans who make fewer mistakes than he

"" have blue eyes? have blue eyes, 70 have gray eyes, who distrusts them.-Cavour.
I 4. The bouquet of a wine refersto
II I what? 49 have, hazel eyes, 46 have brown Let the farmer forevermorebe
eyes. honored in his calling; for
5. What was the greatest attrac-
4. Its -
aroma. they who labor in the earth are
.f. .
tion of the World's fair of)893, ?
5. The Ferris wheel.
,J.. .. the chosen people of God.-
.i.> .' 'V ; 6. Who knighted Francis Drake 6. Queen Elizabeth. I Thomas Jefferson.
.; for sailing around the world? 7. Linen.
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I ; -) -----r- GRANDMAHer
You'll Be Proud of
Swore in 9 PresidentsRoger
I .)+ '8. i Y r o'w t children grown up;she has time to enjoy -
a This Dinner Cloth things,but she's worn out from years of

Brooke Taney, chief jus- work. Old folks often have finicky appetitesand
may not get the Vitamin Bl and Iron they
tice of the United States Supreme
the modem
: need;Pleasant-tasting VINOL,
) {I court from 1836 to 1864, admin- tonic combines these and other valuable
";,;, istered the oath of office to more" ingredients.Your druggist has VINOL.

,., Presidents than any other man,
-4 r .F 5 'G rT Sr says Collier's.: 'He swore in Mar-
tin Van Buren, William Henry 'Best' Man
; Harrison, John Tyler, James K. Best man at a wedding in,
" Omelet Captures Interest Polk, Zachary Taylor, Millard Greece is, In one way the lucky
rl;, This Golden, Fluffy(See Recipes Below) I Fillmore, Franklin Pierce, James man. He. gets the bride's first
I Buchanan. and Abraham Lincoln. kiss!

'' Meals
Lenten I
This Week's Menu:

Eggs, cheese, fish and vegetablesthese
are the foods that will be Cream of Asparagus Soup LADY IF YOU BAKE AT
it ?
.... the *Cream Cheese Omelet
market popular basket Green Peas ? ,./ HOME REMEMBER.. HE

o during few weeks.the next If Carrot Baked, Pineapple Potatoes and Raisin r 1r ONLY YEAST.WITH ALL

you are goingto Salad Butter 1 I THESE* VITAMINS IS
form the bases Popovers I c: .
for your menu Fruit Cup Cookies U FLEISCHMANN'S
Coffee Tea Milk lYl, r
from these S
cook them just as Recipes Given.

carefully as you do the meat that :

.' you use year 'round, for you can't ing .water. Pour oil over spinach S r_ S r
and let mealtime become and e JIPattern
a- take chances and mix thoroughly. Add salt J:1
.5 sS'l. "" dull' or unattractive.Point cook 8 to minutes.. Stir occasion-
up fish and vegetables with ally. Drain and chop. Add lemon .
,t'i lemon or other attractive sauces and juice and pack into an oiled 9-inch M
flavorings. Serve your egg and mac- ring mold. Unmold on serving platter
; aroni dishes in attractive settings, and fill with: ,
with'some' carefully thought out gar- Goldenrod Eggs.
nish. Play up fruit and dessert numbers H cup melted butter .. 0 O.SOG-LOW-,
to lend interest to meals. flourteaspoon
U cup,
.'. Now, for some concrete help, I've Vz salt
':. chosen foods to fit the >'season.I Pepper to taste *Per Cake: Vitamin A-2000 Units (Int) Vitamin B-150 Units (Int.)
:: '- They're vitamin, mineral and. inter. 2 cups milk Vitamin D-400 Units (Int.) Vitamin O-40-30 Units (Sh. Boar.)

', est-laden. vitamins into bread they are not appreciably
4 hard-cooked eggs All of these go right your ;
r,>..- Macaroni Cheese Custard. Blend butter and flour, salt and 7142ENTERTAINING'S lost in the oven.Ask for Fleischmann's Fresh Yeast-with the yellow labeL \
!A 6 to 8)) !
.; : (Serves pepper. Heat mixture andadd milk a -joy when "
1 package macaroni, ,cooked" gradually. Stir after each additionof you've a ul 'crocheted :
': 2 eggs, slightly beaten i milk to make a smooth sauce. dinner cloth, to set off your fine Alien Needles for generations has never yet
.. 2 cups grated cheese Separate eggyolks and whites. Slice china! Make this heirloom cloth in The ordinary steel sewing nee- I I been manufactured in the United I
; ':. 2 tablespoons onion, chopped whites and add to prepared sauce. string. It's filet crochet that has a dle, used in every American home States.
r 2 tablespoons parsley, chopped
Pour sauce into unmolded spinach clear chart to follow. r
J. -:' 1 pimiento, chopped ring. Press yolks through a sieveto *
O Klo*F nn SrtxJIal.*
Salt and ; hu JU nr 4
pepper All Rl
top sauce. ,Garnish paprika, Pattern 7142 contains instructions and
2 cups evaporated milk parsley and lemon quarters.A chart for making cloth in various sizes;
: Combine ingredients and pour into souffle isa properly dramatic illustrations of it and stitches; materials _
"i!J y f.o; a buttered baking dish. Set in a'I Lenten dish, but one which must be needed. Send your order to: & .
pan of hot water and bake in a mod- baked carefully.if ..!" -1"--'"- Qi
erate (375-degree) oven for. 45 min- it is to come' to C\\ Sewing Circle Needlecraft Dept. .. .

:, ,.utes.An the dining room i\S' / 82 Eighth Ave. New Yofk. MOTHER !
: .' appetite satisfying omelet? at the peak of '-- 'Enclose I 15 cents in coins for Pattern
'I; 1 You can't believe it? Well, this one goodness. Selecta No........... Give YOUR child same expert care. used when

: ''is, because it's cheese that will W' IJ p l.lJ Name................................
: made with a cook and 'hl '
1 t.... 3. cream cheese and smoothly readily! a dish l R; I\I\\\1111\\\ Address.............................. QUINTUPLETS CATCH COLDAt

.i .- chive mixture that is in good ... (:T ,-
'. that makes the proportion to the souffle and cook Since
the first sign of a chest cold-the helps break up local congestion.
omelet heartier, the mixture at a very low temperature Belled the Amazons Dionne Quintuplets'throats and chests Musterolo is used on the Quintuplets
': : and also keeps so it can rise to its height are rubbed with Musterole-a product you may be cure you're made using I .just
.f it from shrinkingdiscouragingly made especially, to promptly relieve about tho BEST product
slowly. ferocious female -
The most
t warriors DISTRESS of,colds and IN 3 STRENGTHS
Cheese Souffle. in history were the 5,000 Amazons resulting bronchial and Children's :Mild Muster
the moment it comes from the oven. Serves 6) Regular and
( who formed a part of the croupy coughs. ole. Also
: Cream Cheese Omelet. 4 tablespoons butter. army of Behanzin, the Negro king Musterole gives such e Extra Strength who prefer for a
."',' .'" (Serves 6)) 4 tablespoons flour of Dahomey, West Africa, in the wonderful results because grown-ups stronger product. All
" .;. '.. Yi pound cream cheese with chives lye cups milk 1880s, says Collier's. Eventually, ordinary it's more"salve.than" an It Reg.U 50 pad 0 fl..' drugstores.
'. /eggs 1 teaspoon salt they grew to be so tough and quar-
.- tablespoons milk Dash of cayenne relsome that the king had to make
: Salt and pepper Vz pound processed cheddar cheese them wear bells so that civilians Bonds or Bondage- It's Up to You!
: Soften the chive cream cheese, 6 eggs would be warned of their ap U. S. Defense Bonds Will TellS
blend in egg yolks one at_ a time. Make a sauce of the butter, flour proach. Buying
Add milk and seasonings. Fold in milk and seasonings. When, thick
stiffly beaten egg whites. Pour into and smooth, remove from fire and
.. a well-buttered, heavy frying pan add sliced cheese. Stir until cheeseis
'.; and cook 'over low heat until bottom melted. Add beaten egg yolks ft '5' fj%; 2't.k..
I begins to brown. Then place in a ''/U BET
and mix well. Cool mixture, fold in 4: nrr
.... moderate (325-degree) oven until the FOR '>
stiffly beaten whites. Pour into a2quart THE/ WERE.
top is dry and the mixture firm. Fold casserole, bake 1'/ hours ina THE CARTON AND I'DSTILL'WALK
and serve. slow (300-degree) oven. Serve at
", (Serves 8) once.Cornflake Dream Bars. A MILE

.i. : 4 pounds spinach '(Makes 40 'bars) OI3&& FOR A
Vi cup salad oil First part:
,0'1 tablespoon salt }4 cup butter CAMEL1THANKS !
}4 cup lemon juice I Yz cup brown sugar St. ii
:" Wash and pick spinach.carefully. 1 flour
over cup WEREN'T THEY? Ica
Place in kettle without add- Second part: '

:",1,' 1 cup brown'sugar "'C I
2 eggs K 4, Jxi

.. Lynn Says: 1 teaspoon vanilla
Vi teaspoon salt
Sauces that accent the best fla: 1 cup shredded coconut

vor in foods include these: 1 cup cornflakes Actualsales ./ ".
Lemon Butter: 2 parts butterto 1 cup chopped nutmeats records In r' % .,,: ,," ;
1 part lemon juice. This is Blend butter and sugar thoroughly. Post Exchanges
s good on the leafy vegetables, cab- Add flour and blend with fork or and Canteens THE SMOKE- OF SLOWER-BURNING CAMELS CONTAINSshow
_. bage, broccoli, cauliflower, Brussels dough blender. Press mixture even- Camels "
e sprouts and artichokes. ly and firmly into bottom of a shal- are the favorite 28f lESS NICOTINE I I C
., ', Mustard Butter: Add just a bit low pan (9 by 13-inch pan). Bake ina with men in
..,,'\., of dry mustard to melted butter moderate (350-degree) oven about the Army, Navy, than the average of the 4 other largest-selling J
\ < .t before pouring on vegetables. 15 minutes or until delicately and cigarettes tested-less than any of them-according {
; ;' Tart Sauce: (also good on fish) browned. coast Guard. to independent scientific tests of the smoke itself! '.
: Put in double boiler 2 egg yolks, Beat eggs well, add sugar gradually > ,,
J/4 cup cream, l/z teaspoon salt, 3 and beat until light and fluffy.
1: tablespoon lemon juice, flick of Add remaining ingredients and mix
nutmeg. Cook until thick and well. Drop by spoonfuls on top of THE CIGARETTE OF

It 1 creamy, stirring constantly about previously baked crust and spread COSTLIER TOBACCOS'. rR?>h,a
2 minutes. Be careful not to over- evenly. Bake in a moderate (350- .
') cook. Stir in slowly, 2 tablespoons degree) oven about 25 minutes. Cut
',1 butter and serve at once. into squares while still warm.
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Are you conserving all the waste ter than any others around here. day night in
The Clewiston News '-:-:-:-:":-':":'.:-:-:";-:":-:-:";-:":-:-:-:-:-:-:-: waste metal or This should LaBelle by Joe A.
paper rags scrap make all of us very Hilliard
rubber? Your government needs proud. chairman of the County ,..

Published every Friday in Clewiston RAMBLINGS. this and in t many places collectionhas Until next week. Agricultural Planning Committee
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEW::; gone forward. Although UJL.YDE LEONARD. for the purpose of transacting business
Tnc. By B. B. Clewiston has not yet organized for N I brought to his attention by

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Editor .:-:-:-:-:-: :-:-: : : :-:-:-: :-: : : :+: : : : just for Planning Committee agancies relative to farm
KEATHLEY BOWDEX. save as diligently every
particle of such material will be !labor, agricultural products neededIn
Wednesday morning Cap Prewitt's needed. To Meet On MondayA the defense program,
Entered as second class mall matterFebruary coopera-
1, 1927, at the Pest Office f in desk in the sugar office building tion with 'local draft board, WPA
Clewiston, Florida under the Act of held a' box' of cigars invitingly open projects in the area and other, mat-
:March 3, 1897.Subscription and bearing a neat sign "It's a GOLF NEWS'Owen meeting has been called Mon ters. : }

Girl" and so congratulations on I
Unto ?2.00 Per Y -ar. the arrival of Helen Hiett were Jn ----
Winn and J. K.. Weaver
Advertising Rates On Application order. qualified for the club championship -
Incidentally, that puts Cap about shooting a 94 and 98 respec-

Devoted to the advancement and wel in Eddie Cantor's* class* doesn't it?'tively. H. L. Hanchey, Jay W. We Buy and Sell
fare of Clewiston and Hendry County Moran and K. Rampllng qualifiedwith
The winds of March have come, one nine, still lave another U. S. SUGAR

and by next week-end the Ides of nine to shoot. .

MEAXBER. c r-ft March will be here, so prepare your We. would like, to see everyone Common and Preferred Stock .
FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION v\ income tax report and send it with qualify this week to make this "
IQ-H V a check to Uncle Sam -or tournament a real success.

Reports from over the nation K. Rampling shooting a 42 and Ernest S. Stevens
indicate a huge sum will be derived George Burdick 46 against Moran's
from income tax this year, and thatis Stock and Bond Broker
"I AM AT WAR" 45 and H.: A. Clark's 48 makes the
as it should be. The money is Americans. PHONE .
British 2 up over the 1st National Bank BuildingFORT' MYERS
needed, and Uncle Sam's nephewsand
YOU can make the greatest poi- L. C. Rosenberg persuaded the
nieces seem willing to do their
sible contribution to national de- Mrs to try the game again Sun-
is heavier
part. Although the tax
fense-yes, the greatest contribution ,day. Know they both enjoyed
than it has ever been, and is' being .
Allied Na- ..
to victory for the playing. -
paid by people in lower Income .- - -- .
tions. brackets, there has been less Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Weeks "
Our most serious menace, say ,
grumbling than ever. formed another Mr. and Mrs.
officials of our military and civil- couple .playing Sunday.

ian war programs, and they repeatit Our boys in the service continue, Harold Rubin, John Harris,
daily, ,is the "it can't happenhere"
to about. James Congdonis Oscar VanLandingham and Clyde
move Do You
i Know
attitude of 'a lot of good, I ?
loyal Americans." I at Camp San Luis Obispo, Cali-, Leonard played the other day in
1 fornia. Charles Turner has been that "near hurricane" weather. '.
If good loyal American
every sent from San Diego to Tongue We'd hit the ball and it would almost -
would change his manner of think-
Point, Astoria, Oregon. Charles come back and hit us in the
ing a little-instead of saying WE YOU CAN J
writes that he is near the mouth of face. Now I know what this muckis START A
are at war, let's say I AM at war.
the Columbia river in what is just for, it took me about three daysto .
Instead of thinking WE are at -
about the prettiest country he has get it all out of my eyes. i :
war-the soldiers will do the SAVINGS
ever seen. He says also that it Jack Barrett and J. V. Thomas i ACCOUNT
fighting, the industrialists will
is really cold. played their first game here Sun-
and the
make munitions equipment,
financiers will buy bondslet'seach Dick Bestor, who has receivedhis day and were so surprised with WITH WEEKLY PAYMENTS OF ,
the good condition of the course
first lieutenant's commission
one of us think I AM at war,
-my brothers and perhaps my long, long ago, recently completedan that they hope to bring their friends'back /,, ONE DOLLAR "'. .,: .
instructors at Fort Sill, to see and play the course. / "
husband will do the fighting, I will course '
save my money for the needed taxes Oklahoma (the field artillery Everyone says the greens are bet- G\; ', :, ; i:; .
which I will gladly pay my gov- school) and is now instructing .at ;. ; ; IMMMMo W" : > t.

ernment to purchase munitions and Camp Barkely, Abilene, Texas. :

equipment, and I will in addition Incidentally, It brushes a fellowup .\ 'ALL ACCOUNTS: INSURED UP ..TO :; : :': .
buy savings stamps and bonds to on his geography to try to keepup THERE IS CONSIDER. y

contribute an additional fund which with the boys, and makes one ABLE ACTIVITY IN

my government can use to defeatmy realize what wonderful experiencemany $5,000.00 .. .
enemies. of them are having In see- Clewiston

I AM AT WAR. I will keep my- ing the various parts of this huge :..:-:-:-:-:..: :..:.( ,;.
self and my family in, the best possible country of ours ,and in making ",
Real Estate /
physical condition; my coun- friends in all sections. '. '
try does not need sickness at United States Defense Savings Bonds Are .

home.I Our ,deepest sympathy to Mrs. "
AM AT WAR I will' conserve Jimmy Wilson and Dan Padgett -ctIII Available In Our Office --\ !

my automobile, my household whose brother, Raymond Padgett, .
equipment in order that the nation's is reported '''mIssing in action. Whilewe '

supply kot metals and "tools may! be can only hope for the miracleof NOWIS '. :' : .,, ASK ABOUT THEM I r;

used for the war effortI his safety we also hope that the >

AM AT WAR. ,I will willingly casualties in this war- b'e as few THE TIME TO BUY, : ';*,:,, ;/* :i / :,;., ..j
volunteer for such 'duties as I as possible, and we can resolve ,THAT LOT YOU HAVE X.-= : ; :

can perform, :and will respond to while offering sympathy to do our BEEN THINKING ABOUT .
all calls, attending meetings on utmost as civilians to see that -.
time, studying my instructions every protection possible is givenour CLEWISTON ,IS NOW A I WE CAN HELP YOU BUY OR BUILD j

carefully so that I can do my part boys. The Florida Veteran recently 1
when .the time comes. published a list of 'some of DEFENSE, AREA A HOME, WITHOUT RED TAPE.

I .AM AT WAR. I will do these the things a stamp can do: ,. ,
things gladly and willingly, mak- "A 10 cent. stamp will buy five BUILDING WELL
ing them a part of my everydaylife. .45 calibre cartridges ''for the INCREASECLEWISTON

I will realize that these things Marine Corps, or 6 bandages for

which my country is asking of me the Navy, or a set of insignia for

are so trivial compared to'the the Army or Air Corps. A 25 cent -ctIII

things which may be required in stamp will buy a dozen bandages, .
the early future that I will not 6 yards of barbed wire, a message CLEWISTON FEDERAL SAVINGS AND
look upon them as sacrifices at all.I bag for the Air Corps. Five dol- f

AM AT WAR. I will be care- lars will buy a steel helmet for a REALTY

ful of my discussion of military Marine, a rain coat for a sailor, a ", 2 i
affairs as my country wishes me first aid kit for an aviator. Even and DEVELOPMENT '. LOAN ASSOCIATION 4
to be. those five cartridges for av .45

I AM AT WAR, and I will do might mean 'the difference betweenlife CORPORATION I

everything in my power to assure and death to, some boy In the
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Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Prewitt are I urday, February 28, with a party Heffron, Mr. and Mrs.' Jack Crum-. '

> parents of a baby girl, whom they 55 I from 3 to 5 o'clock. mer, Mrs. R. C. Gramere, ,Sr., Miss. .j

_ Y have named Helen Hiett. The baby Decorations for the party were Mae Palmer, Miss Harriet Hayward,. .

T.T.L L > r Personals ] arrived at the Fort Myers Hos- .' red, white and blue balloons, and Miss Evelyn Hare, Miss Lois, .

pital Tuesday evening and weighed each child received a patriotic Prince, Mr. and Mrs. Georges "

6 pounds 9 ounces.R. horn as favors. Pictures were Eckarts of Arcadia, Dr. Clay of: ,i

,: j '-. taken of the children during the Tampa, R. C. Gramere, Parker Wilson /;

< W. Kelly, of the U. S. Naval afternoon. Howard '.
;i. Miss June Hooker was a visitor McCree, George May, ::
::; ,'. in West Palm Beach Sunday. Section Base, Mayport, spent the 14 iyvI Mrs. Niblack was assisted in en- and Johnny Cockrill. _
,:,,,1 -_ week-end here with Mr': and Mrs.E. I tertaining the children by Mrs." R. :1
I:, ; Mr. and Mrs. I. S. Bell, Jr., were E. Kelly. Robert was recently W. Turk, Mrs. W. C. Prewitt, Mrs. The War Department has made ;
transferred from the South Jack- .. ...- R. Mock, Mrs L. C. Rosenberg and
.', visitors, in Lake Worth Sunday. -: available ,$1,004,300 for general, expansion .\
.,. sonville Naval Reserve Armory to Mrs. Taylor. Ice cream, cake and
I Dr. B. C. Land, pastor of the of Tydall Field, army air "
y Miss Evelyn ,Burhans spent the new base at Mayport. (Riverside Baptist Church, Tampa, candy were served. corps gunnery school at Panama :1

week-end. with relatives in the'l .--- 'Florida, who will conduct a revival City, Rep. Bob Sikes revealed last \
Mr. and Mrs. J.: E. Beardsley, II I lat the First Baptist Church, Clew- :31 IIS. CRUMMIER AND MISS week. .

'' G. M. Ford, A. L. Hackett, E. B. HUNTER'COMPLIMENTED: .
,; I Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Haines spent iston. The revival dates are March ,
I Seegers, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Dilley, I ,J
in West Palm Beach.
22-April 3. FOR SALE ::1
Bruce Beardsley and C. J. Nielsen I Honoring Mrs Jack Crummerand : !
I .I I Two fine jersey Heifers, bred direct :(
national Miss Marion Hunter
attended the tennis tournaments -- Mrs. W. .
J. Irwin Davis of Albany Ga., r
; from .
registered stock. One to ,
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at West Palm Beach Satur- IE. Dilley entertained informally at
business visitor in Clewis
\ was a Mr. and Mrs. C.. W. Miller Mrs. freshen this week 'and
the other a :
day. I I tea Tuesday afternoon at her I
ton this week. Stella Baxter, Mr. and Mrs. B. J. month later.
apartment at the Clewiston Inn. : See V. L. Phillips, ,
.-- I Schroeder, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Al- Moore Haven, Fla. 2t. .. ,Y YI
Corporal and'Mrs.... Merrell J. Mrs. Crummer, with her husbandand .
A. O. Ward and Grace Ward ston, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Mills and .
Lowe of Camp Blanding visited daughter, Diane, are 'leaving ..
were visitors in West Palm ,Beach Mr. and Mrs. R.. M. Bishop, Mr. ..
here Sunday. Mrs. Lowe remained this week to reside in Miami. Miss ::
Saturday. and Mr. Crocket.
|with Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Lowe of I Bong Hunter, of Silver Springs,' New a

':-- j'South Clewiston.( Mr. and Mrs. A. ( York, is the house guest of Mrs. FRESH SEA FOOD DAILY j.
,Mrs. H. H. Turner spent the LADIES AID MEETINGAT I[ .
W. Lawrence took Corporal Loweto W. D. King. Spanish Mackerel, Shrimp, Red
week-end with her mother, Mrs. West Palm Beach Sunday night COMMUNITY: CENTER I Mrs. ,Dilley served sandwiches of Fish, Oysters and other fish. ".'

H. L. Delaney in LaBelle. I'and he 'returned to Camp Blanding.Mr. .
I St. Patrick motif tea to Mrs. Free delivery on Fridays
-- The Ladies Aid of the Community -
Crummer, Miss Hunter, Mrs. Fred
Mrs. Carl Berner and Mrs. Han- t and Mrs L. A. Wolff and I Church met at the Community Hunziker, Mrs. G. Willis Tyson, CLEWISTON FISH CO. "

,. OJ sel McDuffie were visitors in West Miss Lois Prince attended a din- (Center _Thursday at three o'clock Mrs. George Burdick, Mrs. Ray Joe Griffin On Industrial Canal

.y Palm Beach Sunday. I ner at the Town Club in Fort Myers with Mrs. W. H. Lanier presiding.Mrs. Morders, Mrs. W. R. King, Mrs. Phone 7.
W. E. Dilley was in chargeof
Tuesday evening. The dinner was Harry ;:Lehman, Mrs. A. R. Brink,

Mr. and Mrs C. A. Thomas and I given by the Inter County Telephoneand the program, reviewing the new Mrs. F. Deane Duff, Mrs. W. C.

I Mr. and Mrs. :A. W. Lawrence spent Telegraph Company and introduced :book "Bold To Say" by Austin Owen and Mrs.. N. V. S. Mumford. ..
I to employees the :Pardue.
Saturday in Miami. company
,--- new owners of the company, GeorgeW. The ladies were told of the plans BRIDGE CLUB ACTIVITIES CLEWISTONTINNING
for a new manse and the news II ( I
Thompson of Chicago and E.
Mrs. J. Grady Niblack and Mrs.C. & PLUMBING SHOP
E. Patterson of Ohio. During the was well received by the group.' :
J. Nielsen were visitors In Miami Mrs. Carl Johnson was hostessto
Hostesses for the afternoon were Anything in Plumbing Fixtures
evening a Southern Bell movie
..... S I Monday. members of her bridge club at
showing the part the telephone industry Mrs. J. Robbins, Mrs. W. C. Owen
her home Wednesday afternoon. Prompt, Efficient Service
? is playing jn the nation'swar and Mrs. F. Deane Duff.
D. of First prize, a chintz pillow, was
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Keck PETER CHRISTENSEN, Mgr.Johnson's .
effort was shown.CollinsAllen Officers for the coming year
Stuart were guests Sunday of Mr. won by Mrs. F. E. Conkling and
were named as follows: Mrs., W.
: and Mrs. W. N. Martin. cut prize, costume jewelry, was
Co C. Owen, president; Mrs J. F. Mor-
won by Mrs. H. R. Hall.
rison vice-president Mrs. C. W.
:i !
Johnson served lemon
Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Thompson Fuller, secretary and Mrs. W. L. pie
'.;' were visitors in West Palm Beach I and .coffee to Mrs. Conkling, Mrs.
- Lott treasurer.
Mr.. and Mrs. R. L. Allen of Fort Fish Camp
': over the week-end. Hall, Mrs G. B. Thomas, Mrs.
1 Myers have announced the mar- Dave Alston Mrs. W. Lanier
H. ,
'''ENJOY RIB ROAST (Near Hurricane Gate) I
riage' of their daughter Myra Lee,
Mrs. J. W. Ezelle and Mrs. Keath-
Clewiston, Fla.
Miss Beulah Guthrie and Sin to William George Whitney Col- GIVEN BY MRS. C. H. BERNER
ley Bowden.
Boats and Motors-Guide Service
clair visitors in
Knight were West. lins. Both the bride and groom ,
r. Palm Beach ,Sunday. Berner entertained ,all Rates Reasonable i
have resided in Clewiston for sev- Carl H.
Mrs. C. J. entertained
W. H. Johnson, Mgr.
eral "+months, and are employed at boys in the Cub' Pack with their her bridge club at home ,Friday f fI

';. Jimmy Weaver and I. S. Bell, Jr., Riddle Field. Den Chiefs at a rib roast held ,
afternoon First prize was awarded -
were business visitors in Tampa Saturday evening at the clay pit, I l
I The marriage took place February -I Mrs. R. C. Wilson and second
.ti and Miami Wednesday. | :23: in the Methodist parson- near LaBelle. The party was Mr. to. Mrs. J. G. Niblack.

F I age with Rev. W. A. Myres of- Berner's birthday gift to his son, Mrs. Nielsen served cake and
Misses Phoebe Peterson and Bob, his birthday. Ehney & FosterPAINT
ficiating.Mrs. on tenth 'coffee to Mrs. J. E. Beardsley, Mrs.F. I
the week I
Marjorie Spoolstra spent'
: end Orlando. Collins is a graduate of the Attending were Fred and Sammy E. Conkling, Mrs. J. G. Niblack, CONTRACTORS

in Fort Myers High School and is Young, Gene Land, Gene Bledsoe, ; Mrs. R. C. Wilson, Mrs. W. E. Sprayer For Furniture Painting

Mr. and Mrs. Kennan Swayne employed in the accounting depart- Richard Knight,'' Ernest Redish, I. Dilley, Mrs. Dean Bogart and Mrs.B. Floor Sanding

'' the week-end in West Palm ment at the field. Mr. Collins is Robert Wiandt, Charles -Benbow, A. ,Bourne. I Phone 69 Free EstimatesJ.
; spent ;
Herbert Walston Richard McLeod,
"" graduate. of Rollins college. He
studied law in New York, also. Dannie Martin, William ,Toulis, :MISS HAZEL PRINCE

,/ -- Prior to his employment by Riddle- Claude Williams, John :Williams, HOSTESS AT .BUFFET SUPPER
Mrs. Thomas 'B.l-Shelley- of MIami jfmmie
Saturday and McKay Aero College, he took a Bub Mills, Kay M. COUSE
spent Sunday .
1 Johnson Charles Miner Albert
School Miss Elizabeth Lee and her
course at Embry-Riddle of
"here Mr. and Mrs. E. E.
; ... Kelly.visiting Aviation, Miami. I Stevens, Dick Shiffli, Lionel Beatty, fiance, Frank Fwigoli, were ,honor Counselor and Attorney a't haw

Clifford. Beatty, Edward Bourne' and guests at a buffet supper given by Hopkins Building

Harry Vaughn. C. E. Miner and Miss Hazel Prince at her apart-
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. E. Crow, Miss DokeNixM. Wednesdays and Saturdays
Keathley Bowden assisted Mr. ment Monday evening.
t Christine Bell and Halson Avant "
Berner. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. 9:80 to 4:00
spent the week-end in Miami and I I
Lehman and Mrs. Lee ,
Key West. C. Doke of Clewiston and Harry ,
Miss Mae Nix ,of Okeechobeewere I
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married '- -- -
J. E. Beardsley attended meet in Okeechobee
a on = : '
: ,
:t S ing, of the commissioners of Ever- January 17. '* ..f -- - "s:

glades, Drainage District held in Mr. and Mrs. Doke are residingin Little Johnny Niblack, son of
Mr. and Mrs. J.. Grady Niblack, Photo and CommercialS I
a West Palm Beach Tuesday.- the Doke home in, Clewiston. celebrated his 3rd birthday Sat- Finishing

Ed Clark left Monday for Mi- ALTAR SOCIETY MET rWVWVNVWWV f

ami where he was called into serv- I WITH MRS. HARRY VAUGHNThe i:;: Photography :k

ice, following his recent enlistmentin i ti 24 HOUR SERVICE .F

the Navy. I Thursday St. Margaret's afternoon Altar at'the Societymet STOPHOME I:;: Clewiston, Photographic Service It"

Miss Evelyn Kellems Is spending home of Mrs. Harry Vaughn. i 2 blocks north and 1 block west of

some time in Safety Harbor where Plans were discussed for a St. Barney Thomas' Gulf Service Station .S4

'' S she is under observation at. a san i- Patrick's Day dance to be held at :: S EDWARD B. SEEGERS X
. tarium. I the Sugarland Park. Auditorium and *; The House With The Red Roof
... ...
Mrs. W. D. King was appointed "
- -
%" L. R. Oliphant of Marietta, Ga., I chairman of the dance committee. DEPRECIATIONIf \ -.. = .. 3-t-q.: : ).._. .. : : .- .

visited the past week with his I i Attending'' were Mrs. H. T.

,' daughter, Mrs. R. C. Wilson, and Vaughn, Mrs. W. P. King, Sr., Mrs.,
her husband. I I Ed Seegers, Mrs. B. A. Bourne, ; --" ,
-- Mrs. Thielen, Mrs. J. F. Tippey,
Mrs. Cecile Brooks has returned Mrs. Z. G. Meredith, Mrs. C. J. CHUCK SIMMONS ELECTRIC ,.
, from Tampa where she spent some Neilson, Mrs. W. D. 'King, Mrs. 1\1'- a'' house is kept in good S. :

time recuperating from 'a serious E. Von Mach, Mrs. Frank Rod- condition and repairs are SERVICE

,,. illness. She is much, improved. riguez, Mrs. C. A. Martinez, Mrs. promptly and correctly AND

' : :: ", H.: J. Oglesby, Mrs. John Lucaa and I made, the expense is usu

(",' ..j Mrs. Don Carlisle of Canal Point Father Timothy Geary. ally small.However. TEXACO SERVICE STATION
"', .. is spending this week in Clewiston
it repairs are
I I unattended
allowed ,
and more expensive
larger .
', Mr: and Mrs. M. B. Bogart left
}\Monday Mrs. Sidney Crochet entertainedwith repairs will be'necessary
morning for their home in
later In and See Us.Ve IDOWVe Can Please You. J
Sarasota after visiting for several a surprise party for her mother on. DAY OR NIGHT ,PHONE 55

days with their son, D. B." ,Bogart, Mrs. Arthur Bong, Wednes- No longer need you delay

and family. day evening, in honor of her birth- 'making needed repairs.

day. The, Crochet home was The simple economicalABC

Miss Virginia Gautier of Miami beautifully decorated with gladioli, Monthly Payment Plan ..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:,..:..: :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:":..:.:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..
:;. was a visitor in Clewiston Sunday. snapdragons, calendulae and other arranges for small,easy and
? She and Rev. John W. Montgomery 1 spring flowers. convenient monthly pay- Y

.', .' were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bong received many lovely ments. Come in and see us i ._i: Real Estate Bargains

t. Mrs. J. E. Beardsley. gifts from her friends. During the about your house.

i"f, evening hot hamburgers with :_: ::
25x127.4" in colored Subdivision. ;
I': ::." W. B, Durst of Gainesville spent relishes and potato chips were o. 48 Lots ..

., several days over the week-end served, and two birthday cakes BishopWilsonLumber .;. 29 Lots in white subdivision-New Town where state :

with his son, E. W. Durst and fam were cut and served the guests. 010 O. road 26 and 25 connects. :s.

; ily. Mrs. Durst accompanied her The guest list included Mr. and Co. .;. One good filling station. Large building.. 300 road front.. ::1%:
S father-in-law on a trip to Miami Mrs. R. Y. Patterson .00
Mr. and Mrs.' 'i':i: 10 acres on highway inside city limits, good home, run. :::
for a short visit with relatives during W. C. Owen, Mr. and Mrs Hub electric out buildings.
r _; ning water, power, 4
his stay.Jimmie Spooner, Mr. and Mrs.. W. C.

--- Prewitt, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Berner =i= All Taxes Up To Date ;:

-; Davis, of the Naval Base Mr. and Mrs. J. A. McGehee, :: :::

f' at=South Jacksonville, spent several Mr. and Mrs.. R. C. Wilson, Mr. and ;% Your best chance to secure a good foothold in the center of Aj

days at home last week, 'visitinghis Mrs. W. H. Lanier,' Mr. and Mrs. .; the richest farm. land In the U. S. Good schools and X;

parents, 'Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Harry Vaughn, Mr. and Mrs. W. ::: churches. Will sell for One-half price, One-half cash, bal :_;:

Davis. His mother, who 'was quite P. Vaughn, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. M., ::: ance terms. :b
t" ill at the time of his visit, has Im- W. Bigg, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bes- A

proved. Jimmie's wife, whom he tor, Mrs. J. W. Francis, Mr. and
_: C. E. BYRD \
t has married since entering the Mrs. G. H. Small, Mr. and Mrs. C. South Bay Fla

.. service, remained here with her E. Miner, Dr. and Mrs. O. F. xgM

4C X mother-in-law. Schiffll, Mr. and ,Mrs. J.. E. Baker, :..:M:..:..:M:t.:MfM:..jM:..:MiM:..:M;..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:..:..:-+:..:..:..:.:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: ..:..:-+:..:..


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.THE n CHEERFUL CHERUB. .. I 'arried to a Tree I '

This world iJ Full of The Hindu believes it is unlucky -

busy Folk to marry a third time.
Therefore a man who has had
\Who toil '..ndt moil C two wives, and wants to

their lives w-..y.VKy again, first goes through the marry cere-

did we. ..stcrbTYYDSt Installment Eighteen cause it's in my lawyer's hands at "But I can't, Larry : my goodness mony of being married to a tree,

h..bor stv'F$ the moment." I haven't called Mr. Potter! which becomes his third wife ,.
t1)is "Maybe we'd better talk it over," A dull red surged into Jacob's How soon can you spare me, Lar- Then he marries his chosen bride.

; Whe.n Opo was Detective Staples' calm reply. face. ry? I'll have to 'tell him." The tree is draped in yellow

( 't >s wouldrttkcr "Mr. Jacobs called me early this "Do your duty, Staples. I'll see "Never," said that gentleman cotton and a. sari (the principalrobe

:: play] ? morning and said that someone had this through. This young fool is promptly. "I'm not going to let of a Hindu woman) is placed
broken into a property heowns hinting at blackmail because he you get away from me." beside it. Water is then poured
R'CCAfi forcible entry. Escaped with valua- knows I have money!" "But of course I'm going back to round it three times. The custom-

ble property. Mr. Jacobs has'reasonto "Just a ,minute." Larry perceivedthat work! I must." ary screen is'erected between the

believe that you were the intruder his shot had struck home. He "Very well, then: Explain that "bride" and bridegroom,' and the

00WNU Mr. Cutter." would carry the bluff a little far- your husband has been shot and usual bridal necklace is placed

"I was." ther for Jack's sake as wellas that you're probing for the bullet. round.a branch of the tree.

"There!" Jacobs cut in. his own. "I know about your You'll rush down as soon as you Immediately after the ceremony ..

Service. "As I was saying' the detective friendship for my' father, Jacobs," find it." the tree is cut down and burned.
went on, paying no heed to the interruption he said curtly. "I know more than "Silly!"

"I suggested to Mr. Jacobs you think. And I have put all my In another minute Jacqueline was

that he come to Headquarters.It information in the hands of my at- speaking to. her employer. She ex-
CUTS YiB III just happened that I knew your torneys. They're Hicks and Hicks plained that she had been unavoid- -

BURNS license number, Mr. Cutter, so I had just in case you're interested. ably detained, but that she would be I I Ilm1
UISE WORLDS LARGEST SELLER ATT| our radio cars notified. Just beforeI in her
PURL-WHITE PETROLEUM JELLY They've been delving into things for as soon as possible.-
met Mr. Jacobs, I heard that your I've "Now what do until the
me and, with this evidence just can we
car was parked here. We came put into their hands it should fur- doctor gets here?" she inquired r

Equal Graces over. When I saw Miss Anthony'sname nish grounds for you and me to set- blithely. Larry couldn't be very ))$J1

Common sense and a respect for in the vestibule, I thought, tle a number of things." badly hurt.. He was so like his old ,
not less of maybe, she could help us out. You
realities are graces again.
Jacobs leaned back in his chair 1 Inferior strains of radish seed usually pro-
see, I happened to know she was a v duce these results f.
the spirit than more zeal. and stared. His small eyes were "Well, there's one thing I'd like to :
friend of yours. And here you are, I I. IRREGULAR SHAPES COLOR VARIATION
settle before down to serious
blinking rapidly. we get POOR TEXTURE TASTE
he finished pleasantly.All .
ft"., E this while Jacqueline had been "It's taken me quite a while to business. I've been expecting you
.7 tr0 staring wide-eyed at Mr. Jacobs, get around to this, Mr. Jacobs. But to crack it sooner?

,trying to use her dazed faculties in I'm trying to do a good '''job. You "Whatever do you mean?"

ISN'T THIS an effort to fit him into the pic- must have had something in mind "I want"to know what that tobacco -

V/AY? ture. There was but one answer. He when you' put this sleuth on my trail. vampire down at the Raynear i FERRY QUALITY radish seed is bred to produce -

p WISER was the man who had been keeping "Just how you happened to findI spilled in your ear about Miss Mor- .T. REGULAR these SHAPES results: UNIFORM COLOR

Lieutenant Staples on Larry's trail. was in town wasn't such a pieceof ris. She saw us together." '. CRISP TEXTURE MILD FLAVOR

He was the owner of Fairlawn. He pure luck as you supposed, either "Virgie Blake? Why nothing." Radishes shown above crown under Identic! conditions ..

was the one-time partner of the elder ," Larry went on. He was car- "You're a poor liar, Jack. I'll Insist on FERRY QUALITY SEEDS at your local
Cutter. He was the man Larry rying his bluff to the utmost now, have to take you in hand. If knew dealer's.GARDEN Send PLAN.for free copy Write of Dept"FERRY'S W-3.VIcTORY

suspected. She shivered a little. hoping for some sort of collapse ,on she had dished the dirt as soon as I FERRY-MORSE SEED CO.

fixed the part of his dapper enemy. "I've saw you. Come clean now .
Jacobs must have sensed her DETROIT SAN FRANCISCO
0 In NR (Nature's Remedy) Tablets, what did she say?"
there are no chemicals, no minerals, no look, for he turned to her.
phenol derivatives. NR Tablets are different "You are the last person in the lIII (f,! "Well, almost nothing at all. Jus'tthat '
-act different.Purely vegetable-a you were up there with your
world, Miss Anthony, whom I would Marrying an Angel .
combination of 10 vegetable ingredients wife. That she was a dizzy blonde
have expected to find in a situationlike Theme song in an Armenian
formulated over 50 Uncoatedor
years ago. r'a
and that the two of didn't
candy coated, their action is depend- this ." .you get wedding might easily be "I Mar-
able, thorough, yet gentle as millionsof "Do you know that man?" Larrycut along very well any more. In fact, ried an Angel": part of the bride's

NR's have proved. Get a 104 Con- in sharply, staring at his wife. r you were having" a family quarrelat wedding costume is a pair of cardboard
vincer Box. sizes
Larger economy too. the time.
She nodded. wings covered with feathers
"I get it. And you believed her." wHich she fastened to her
Before Larry could reply, the telephone -
EEgtpvl< rang stridently.: "Absolutely. Well I'did ques- head.
IO11mv tion her story about your being mar-
me, Staples said quickly -
ried. I had reason to unless
to Jacqueline and walked to the
I f f'J you were a bigamist. But I didn'tdoubt
desk. He lifted the receiver to his
( that you were involved with

ear."Yeah another woman."
or REGULAR that's right the others .
\ "
"What a break, Larry groaned.
heard him "I'll call her in
NR TO-NIGHT; TOMORROW ALRIGHT say." a "I saw the cigar vender going by
minute .
with one ear hanging out. Well, you 1
The officer hung up the receiverand .'H i know the truth now. Miss Morris

Ruined by Servants looked regretfully at Jacqueline. works for a Chicago agency. We

More have been ruined by their "The gentleman was cagey. Didn't brought her here so that there H Blackmail's LIck-A-Brlk .

servants than by their masters.C. .- care to talk." wouldn't be any chance of her be- Blackman' Hog Powder

C. Colton.Relief. "I think it was my father. i was ing recognized. She landed a job Blackman'Stock Powder .

expecting him to call." with Jacobs as his secretary. ffli Blackmail's Poultry Powder

"Well, well. That's something else r "You told that story well. But I Blackmail's Poultry TabletsBlackmail's B
for us to look into. This doesn't lookso still have my suspicions." fflB Lice Powder

At Last good for you, Miss Anthony. I'm "You needn't.She had her ordersto Blackman's Dip&Disinfectant .
sorry. If you care to tell me any-
beat it, if anything broke. Alma, I COST
thing "In the first place I am mean. No doubt she's gone."

For Your Cough ry's Jacqueline warning resolutely glance.. ignored Lar- Mr. Cutter's wife." "So"Professionally.you call her Alma Come?" here. .| SATISFACTION OR YOUR MONEY GUARANTEED BACK.1.

Creomulslon relieves promptly be- "Of course," she agreed swee'tly."In been able to turn up a few items of There's, something else to settle." .BUY FROM YOUR DEALER

cause It goes right to the seat of the the first place I am Mr.Cutter's I interest through a mutual friend "Yes, sir?" BLACKMAN "-
trouble to help loosen and expel wife. That makes it quiteall : Miss Morris."
"Have realized that both of H "
germ laden phlegm, and aid nature right for him to be here, doesn'tit Jacobs leaped to his feet. 'His been STOCK MEDICINE CO.
have .
us our con-
to soothe bronchial and heal mucous raw, tender mem-, inflamed ?" face was fairly purple. tract? I mean that it's getting pret- :...: _- .:ICHATTANOOGA: TENN-.:' _.

branes.Tell your druggist to sell youa "Well, I'm excuse me. Say! "Do you mean to insinuate ." ty well noised abroad that we're

bottle of Creomulsion with the un- Were you married to him when I "Not at all. Miss Morris has beenin married I'm not mentioningnames.
derstanding must like the was giving'you that little first degree J
you way my employ, as well as yours. But I want to know this. DIG DEEP FOR VICTORYDig
quickly allays the cough or you are there in your office?"
to have your money back.CREOMULSION. "Oh She's a very capable young wom- What does it mean?" Into Your Pocket and
yes. "
"Wish I'd known it. I suppose we an. "I I don't know exactly." Buy U. S. Defense Bonds
Jacobs made a visible effort to "I do." He drew her down to him.
for Coughs Chest Colds Bronchitis can't look for much testimony from control himself. He turned to Sta-. that love
He rubbed his bald head "It means you me .
you. re-
flectively. pIes with as much dignity as he that I love you. We're through pre-

Buy Bonds or You May ,snapped."We're "This wasting man time has!been" Jacobs iden- could"I don't command.think- Mr. Cutter will tending.With a" quick move, she pressedher ; v\1 CO'LOS

Have to Live in Them tified, and admits he broke into my leave town. I wish to have a talk face against his uninjured shoul- tl OF

property. What more do you want?" with him when he is able to come der.,It was very,quiet in the room. u3c { ,
down to my hotel. I will be, re "Jack," Larry whispered. LIQUID J
"I guess that does give me pretty "
good reason to hold him for the sponsible. There was no answer."I 666 SALVE
FOR WOMEN county officers. I suppose you've notified "Suits me," observed the lieutenant want your first kiss." NOSE DROPS DROPS
them, Mr. Jacobs?" urbanely. "But I want our friendto Jack lifted her face. Her dark COUCH

"I telephoned the sheriff before I have a doctor." He turned apolo' blue eyes were bright with tears,

ONLY! left home. He's working from the getically to Larry. "Would you mindif but she was smiling.Jacqueline's .

other end with the help of my man." I called in one of our departmentsurgeons cheek rested against ssssssssssssssssWe
"I turned ? Just so we may have his Larry's still when the buzzer sounded -
see. Staples to Larry.
If headache you suffer, backache from monthly, nervousnessand cramps "Do you feel up to coming downtown report." Doctor; Edmunds'is first a half 'hour later. Can All Be "
distress of "irregularities"caused with and rate. "It's the doctor!" she exclaimed
attending to
by functional monthly dis me a like Lieutenant." and .:
"Anything her
you hurriedly getting to feet
turbances-try Lydia Plnkham's few formalities? If. not, I'm afraid
Vegetable Compound-famous for I'll have to put someone here to Then to Jacobs: "Bat you and I smoothing her hair. L ; .

of relieving women's''difficult pain and nervous days."feelings look after you. Maybe you'd like won't get anywhere in conference. "And how I hate whoever it is," EXPERTBUYERS

Taken regularly-Lydla Plnkham's to go to the hospital. You'll do your talking with my law Larry sighed.It .
Compound helps build up resistance yers first. And I think that proved to' be Mr. Anthony, bit
Larry his feet to the floor I
against such swung :
annoying symptoms. "
Follow label directions. WORTH and took stock of his situation. will be all for now., the police surgeon arrived within
TRYING few minutes. Mutual introductions
"I'll have to have somebody patchme '
CHAPTER XV followed and Dr. Edmunds set about
up, I suppose, he admitted. O In bringing us buying Information
"But it may not be necessary to go dressing his patient's wounds. to prices that are being asked for ,;,
WNU-7 9-42 "Jack, darling! Larry called "You fortunate to have plenty -
were the
downtown. Now then, Mr. Jacobs what we Intend to buy, and as to
." I from the couch, as he watched his of meat on your bones, Mr. Cut- quality we can expect,the advertising
Mr. Jacobs shook his head. 'When wife dialing the number of Rannie ter. A very nice, clean little hole. columns of this newspaper perform a

he spoke, there was a tone of sad Hicks, his lawyer and friend. About a thirty-two caliber bullet, worth while service which saves us .... ;
D ness in his voice. "Yes?" I'd say.',' many dollars a year,

s. "I'm'sorry, Cutter. I was a very "Ask Vince first thing if he gave "I didn't notice particularly," Larry 0 It Is a good habit to form, the habitof

close friend of your father his those books to Rannie. If any- II observed, making a wry face. consulting the advertisements every
May of Disordered best friend, I believe. I should hateto body waylaid him Well, I'm "My attention was elsewhere." time we make a purchase, though we

Kidney Action see a son of his get into trouble, worse off than ever. You, too." "Centered on your fist, perhaps.I have already decided just what we

Irregular Modern habits life with, improper its hurry eating and worry and if I could avoid it. I fear I am do- "I'll ask. But I know he did." notice, your knuckles are bruised. want and where we are going to buy

drinking-its risk of exposure and Infection ing wrong, but if you care to return She confirmed it with a nod and "So they are" Larry examinedhis It.It gives us the most priceless feelingIn

the-throws kidneys.heavy They strain are apt on to the become workof my property I might consider smile after a few words with her I hand with a grim smile of recol the world: the feeling of- being

over-taxed and fail to filter excess acid withdrawing my charges." father. I lection. adequately prepared.

and blood.other impurities from the life-giving "That's very kind of you." Lar "Poor old Vince," she laughed After a family consultation, it was O When we go Into a store,prepared

You may suffer nagging backache, ry's lip curled. "And just what doymi when she turned from the telephone. decided that Jacqueline might report beforehand with knowledge of what Is

leg headache pains, ,dizziness swelling, -getting feel up constantly nights want me to returh?" "He w's almost beside himself." for work. Larry stipulated, offered and at what price, we go as /

tired,nervous,all worn out. Other signsof "Why, the what you took "Gooa boy! He's a credit to his however, that she was to give no- an expert buyer, filled with self-confl-
kidney or bladder, disorder are sometimes from the cellar. The one you were daughter." tice that her stenographic days were dence. It a pleasant feeling to have,
burning scanty or too frequent
urination. trying to get away with when ." "He's coming over to see you and over. Vince was to take him down- the feeling of adequacy.Most of the
Try Boon's Pillt. Doon't help the "When your hired gorilla took a find out what you want him to do." town for a conference with the Hicks unhappiness In the world can be tracedto

kidneys waste. They to pass have off had harmful more excess than half body a pot shot at me. In other words, "Well, there's no need for me to firm and, then drive up to the Brown a lack of this feeling. Thus adver-

century of public approval. Are recommended you don't know what it was. Butyou're run now. In fact, I think I'd better farm, for a supply of Larry's cloth- I tising shows another of Its manifoldfacetsshows
by grateful aid toward
Ask your neighborDOANSPlLLS/ users everywhere. afraid you do!" stick here. I wish that doctor would ing. Larry could make out for one Itself business as an relationships

"I haven't time to quibble, Cut- hurry up. I'm wondering how it night at the hotel. And did Vince making all our and pleasant.SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS.
ter. You may take your choice." would do for Vince to take me up mind going out and putting down more secure

I "Well, I'll ease your mind. I found to the Brown farm to get some of the roadster's top? Larry would like yt'Yrla'e

exactly what you think I did. ButI my traps I've got it! Let's all the. sunshine when they started. I I
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: .' :Bishop-Wilson. Lumber Co. GULF QILCORPORATION Osceola Groves, Inc. f )

":: : t" R., ,M. Bishop, Pres. R. C. Wilson, Vice-Pres. C. J., Gonterman; .. Pres. F. W. Bryan, Sec.-Treas. '.:f.J

and Treasurer ClewistonBishopWilson Clewiston "
The Gulf Oil Corporation in ., ".'Ii

Lumber Co., Inc., at once. Clewiston, ably '''represented by Mr. Osceola Groves, Inc., establishedIn er government sources offer a pos- >
-J located at Clewiston, was established Bishop-Wilson carry a full stockof F. ''D. Duff, was established here 1936 and located near Clewiston sibility of a profit to the investor, :
here in February, 1940. The lumber, building materials, hard- in January of 1930. Beginningwith have in the comparatively short running from 10 % after the fourth j
'business had its original inception ware, paints roofing and other but one retail outlet in 1930, period of six years developed one year to as high as 50% in the tenth ,
.at Lake Harbor in 1932, operating allied lines and ,offer them at the firm now services eight in this of the largest summer orange grovesin i.'.,
,' at that time under the firm .name fair and reasonable prices. Theyare section and has established a splen- the state of Florida and one year.The ordinary life of the orange -
of Wells-Royal Company. In Jan. local representatives for such did reputation with its many friends which is proving to be a very im- tree extends over a period of ap-
. = uary of 1936 Mr. ,Royal took over well known nationally advertised and customers, amongst which is portant economic factor in the pro- proximately 75 years, and hence the
' ',;. complete control of the firms' affairs products as Portland Florida Ce- the United States Sugar Corpora- gress and prosperity of the entire investment possibilities present a : ,

and conducted the business ment, H. B. Davis Paints, U. S. tion.The Glades area. The properties, located very attractive and appealing op-
until February of 1940, at which Gypsum and National Gypsum, Flint Gulf Oil Corporation com- at Clewiston and Phipps em- portunity.
time Messers. Bishop and Wilson, Cote Roofing, Wheeler CorrugatedMetal pletely services the petroleum needsof brace, a, total acreage ,of approxi- Payments on the land can be ;
both of whom had been affiliated Roofing and other ,well known this well known concern-a re- mately 1500 acres, peculiarly'and made on terms with 6.% charge on
with the former owners, succeededto lines. Prompt and courteous auto flection ,of the high esteem In ideally adapted to the growing of deferred payments.
the ownership. truck delivery is maintained. which they are held and of the summer oranges of the Lue Gim The investment, does not require '

r Under the intelligent and effici- Seven people are employed here splendid service they maintain. The Gong variety, famous for its unusually the buyer's personal attention. It .l. ,
ent direction of the present owners and Messers. Bishop and Wilson modern up-to-date equipment includes fine testing; qualities and is a' tangible'' asset, purchased froma
the firm has shown a consistent give the business, their own personal storage capacity for 60,000 luclous: juiciness. Incidentally the reliable and accredited company.
,4 and steady expansion and" development attention-a fact no doubt gallons and three delivery trucks.' Everglades section of Florida' is the Statements are. issued to, each in- r
and has played a most, im- that has contributed much to their Five people are employed and 'the : only locality 'in the state where vestor at the end of each fiscal year "
portant part in the growth of ,this. well-earned success. Mr. Bishopwas service is prompt and courteous at summer oranges can be grown after the groves come into production -
;, entire section. Some idea of their I born in Madison County, Flor- all times. The establishment is in- successfully' and although '250- .. r
r remarkable service call be gleaned ida, and has been a resident here deed an asset and a distinct creditto 000 Florida acres produce win- Both Mr. C. J. Gonterman, president -
3' from the fact that since 1940 the since 1934. He is president of the the community. Mr. Duff has ter oranges only 5000 acres are in of Osceola Groves, Inc., and
firm has completed 40 homes in Kiwanis Club and a member of the been a resident here since 1922. production of, summer oranges. This Mr. F. W. Bryan, secretary and
this section with 7 now under construction American Legion, having served in He has always taken an active in- fact is due to the rich humous soil treasurer, Land father-in-law of Mr. .' ,"
"; and with arrangements the U. S. Navy on convoy duty dur- terest in civic affairs and is a of the Everglades area requiring Gonterman, have had the benefit of t
about finished for the erection of ing World War I. splendid type of citizen-one fully little fertilization as contrasted with many years of valuable practical
{. 25 more. Mr. Wilson was born in, Mobile, deserving of the fine success he the sandy, comparatively barren experience in the, business world
The very pressing problem of Alabama, taking up his residencehere has enjoyed. soil in other sections of the state and represent: ; a' high degree, of 'efficiency :. .'
housing shortage 'and accommodations in 1933. He also is a mem- Mr. Carl Berner, the friendlyand wherein fertilization, irrigation and and competent executive- '
has really met its match in ber of the Kiwanis Club and a congenial general manager, other factors are intimately involved. I 'ship in their supervision of the -

{ the Bishop-Wilson ''Lumber Co., splendid type of citizen. It'' is indeed has been associated. ,with the firm Thus the summer orange market ,firm's affairs. Both give ,their entire !.It
s; Inc.of, Clewiston. Full arrange a pleasure to congratulate this since its inception and has contributed is practically ,without, Competition personal attention to the busi- :
}' ments can be\ made with this well highly reliable firm upon their 'well much 'to' its splendid ,de and affords unlimited oppor- ness and are intelligent and pro- .
known and highly regarded. firm deserved success and wish them velopment. He 'has ,been a ,residentof tunities for profitable investment. gressive types of successful businessmen <

' for' F.H.A. building and construction many more years of continued pros- ;the Glades, ,,area, since 1912 and Osceola Groves, Inc., offers such an Offices aye maintained .at ,358, ."
loans. Get in touch with them perity.Parkinson's. is a. real pioneer in this section. attractive opportunity. A 'biie'f''re- Central ,Avenue in St. Petersburg :;."J
We congratulate this well known sume of the details of their attractive a'nd'at 'Clewiston, ''Florida., ,:.,

concern upon, its well 'earned ,;suc-;,. proposition'' involves the sale Mr. Bryan was born in Georgia ,:
: cess. of the'. land to prospective investors and has been a resident of Florida ::.=
I Inc. ? ; ? for '1000.00' per unit of 'a little for the past 35 years. A real :.

more 0:than one acre on which the pioneer who has contributed much .:1

: ; i: Clewiston Moore HavenA HUB CHEVROLET e.. company plants seventy trees. Leas to 'the progress and development; ::
ing the unit from the owner they of the entire state. "

. A commercial history of Hendry equipment, furniture and other CO.:., Inc., develop the grove without cost un- Mr. C. 'J. Gonterman was born in. :,:1
t4 County: and the Glades area ,would allied lines. Nothing but the very til the trees come into bearing, usually Missouri. He also has been a life :
indeed be incomplete did 'it not best of high grade merchandise is four years. ,After the trees long resident of Florida and has :.;
Since its inception in 1940 the
include in its columns an account carried and prices are fair, and rea- bear, the company 'continues to, enjoyed a highly creditable and successful :
Hub Chevrolet Co. Inc.; of Clewis-
j ; -of the growth and development of sonable at all times. The equip- care for the grove for a fee of record of achievement in ;
ton owned and "Hub"Spooner
operated by
Parkinson's, Inc., of: Clewiston, ment throughout the store is modern 20 %. of net profits per year, marketing the promotional and business field. '.;%;?
established in Clewiston about 1924, and up-to-date.:; in every par- has indeed. ..played' a con- :the fruit they' return the inves-:; We ,congratulate' this well known '"'-,11.:
spicuous 'in the and '
part growth
s' by C. V. Parkinson who needs no ticular and eight people are em tor 80% of the net profit. Authoritative concern upon'tlieir" splendid achieve-'
introduction to the people of this : ployed here regularly under the development of :this entire section. estimates by the State ment 'and ''wish "them' "'many 'more:: .i"

section of Florida. Beginning in: personal supervision of 'Mr. Parkinson The garage occupies a floorspace Department of Agriculutre and oth years of continued success. '
of about 5000 feet, and is
: :a modest manner almost 20 years who gives all of his attentionto square :
modern and up-to-date in
ago this highly reliable and dependable the business a fact which has every .
establishment has indeed con- no doubt contributed much to his respect, using factory approved '
; tributed much to the entire eco well earned success. equipment 'and offering a service J. E. Beardsley
second to none throughout the ,
nomic and commercial growth of :
Mr. Parkinson born in Lee
was ,
; Clewiston and its environs. It is County, Florida, ''and has been a sales Glades and area.service The representative' firm is local for Insurance Clewiston Real Estate ,.:
undoubtedly one of the largest and resident of the Glades area since
;; :finest concerns of its kind now 1920 opening a business in Moore the famous Chevrolet motor cars Mr. 'J. E. Beardsley, well known i'pelling factors in that growth:
operating in this area and is a distinct Haven in that year. The store at and carries a complete stock of and highly ,respected: real estate Aside from ,his real estate busi-
credit not only to the com- Moore Haven still continues as one genuine Chevrolet parts and acces broker and insurance operator, located ness this well known and highly

' munity in which it is located but of the largest and finest in that sories. in the Hopkins building 'in dependable firm also operates a
as well to Mr. Parkinson himself, community. During the ''first World Wrecking service can be had at Clewiston, needs,,no introduction to growing insurance brokerage estab-
and to the loyal group of employees'and War Mr. Parkinson served overseasas all times to'any point, and in all the people of this section. Born in lished in 1941, covering all typesof

personnel who have all con- a Sergeant in the 'Quartermaster kinds of weather.A Ashtabula County, Ohio, in 18'94Mr. insurance, and representing only
tributed to its fine success. Department. He is a Past Com- competent staff of ten experienced Beardsley received his early the, most reliable insurance con-
Obviously, it would be impossiblenor mander of the American Legion anda employees offer a prompt and education in the public schools of cerns. Other :interests include the
would space permit a 'complete present city commissioner of courteous service at all times under Chicago.later attending Ashtabula operation of the Beardsley Farms,
listing of all the high grade nationally Moore Haven. We congratulateMr. the personal supervision of Mr. College and Marietta College at Property Management, and other
advertised brands sold here. Parkinson upon his splendid Spooner who gives his entire personal Marietta, Ohio. In 1914 Mr. allied lines.
Sufficient is to mention the time to ,the business-a fact Beardsley became a resident of the As a contributor to the public
record both as a business and
various merchandise groupings all which has no doubt contributed Glades area, his family being one welfare Mr. Beardsley's activities
of which are departmentized, including as a citizen of outstanding merit much to his well earned success. of the original 20 pioneer familiesto have been widely distributed. Dur-
dry goods, groceries, meats, and wish him many more ,years of "Hub" has been'a life long resi- take up residence here. With ing the catastrophes of 1926 and
.,. hardware, sporting goods, fishing continued prosperity. lent. of the "Glades" area. Before the outbreak of World War I he 1928 he played an active part in
coming to Clewiston in 1940 he enlisted in the U. S. Army and relief and rehabilitation work
served as sales manager for five served a year in France being discharged throughout this section. He is a

CLEWISTON E.. R. MACKEYEstablished years at the Christian Chevrolet after the war with the member of three drainage districts,
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Company at Pahokee and establish. rank of First Lieutenant. During as well as a member of the State
LAUNDRY 'Inc. ed a splendid record there. He is 1925-1926 he operated a highly Agricultural. Committee and the
q at Lake Harbor in an intelligent, progressive type of successful real estate business in State Defense Council.
1934, Mackey's Service Station and business man-a member of the West Palm Beach and in 1927 encouraged Also he is secretary of the Clew-

Since its incepfion in November Supply Store has built up a splen- Kiwanis Club and richly deserves by the unlimited prospects iston Chamber of Commerce and _"
of :1929 The Clewiston Laundry, did reputation in its' 8 years of use- his' well earned success. We wish and opportunities of this sec- director' of the choir of the Clewiston -
4 Inc., of Clewiston has been an important :ful activity there. The concern him many more years of continued tion he moved his business to Community Church. He is a
,J factor in the growth and carries 'a complete line of Cities prosperity. Clewiston. That his faith and past commander of the American
development of Hendry County. The Service products as well as a splen- judgment in the Glades area has Legion and takes an active in-
firm's affairs have' shown a steady did stock of hardware, auto acces- WOOD'S DEPT. been fully vindicated is attested by terest in other local and regional
: and consistent increase since ,its sories and other supplies. Wash- the steady 'and 'consistent develop- civic responsibilities. All in all he
earliest beginning, extending and ing, polishing and expert lubrica- STOREWood's ment enjoyed throughout the Lake is an intelligent, progressive. type
improving its servicefrom to tion 'can also be had here and at of business man, a citizen of real
'year area and it is a fact universally
and very reasonable rates. merit, and one who has been a
year now enjoys a reputation
recognized that Mr. Beardsley'scontribution real credit to his community. We
second to The firm also :
none throughout' this section operates a num- Department Store, own
to this splendid growthhas wish him many more years of
,;' of Florida. Fifteen people are ber'of modern, up-to-date cabins ed and operated by J. L. Wood at
employed here and a prompt and with. latest conveniences and facili- Lake Harbor, has enjoyed a steady been one of the most comG.E.ETHERTON continued success and prosperity.

courteous auto truck delivery is ties. Mr. Mackey who was born in and consistent growth since its ----- '
,.; ..t' maintained. The 'equipment is Alabama, has been, a resident of opening there In 1928. Under the competent direction of
modern and '-to-date and the this area since 1925. He
"": up is presi- The firm's affairs are by no :Mrs.! Etherton the business has
;.' laundry is' a credit to the ''community dent of the Lake Harbor Community means confined to local limits but shown a ,steady and progressive
in which it is located. Club and a progressive of be-
.;' type extend over a wide radius in which expansion and from a modest
';. ,. The board of officers"include Miss business man '''who would be a real the firm has built up a 'large and Mr. G. E. Etherton, owner and ginning of three units in 1939 the
Marion F. Leydig, president and credit to any community. ever increasing patronage. The operator of the Sugarland Service accommodations now include 16
manager, I. D. Leydig, vicepresident store specializes In high quality, Station, located in Clewiston, established up-to-date cabins with every modern -
and L. L. Spicer, secretary-,' RALPH STALIONSLake nationally advertised \ merchandise, his business here in 1928 convenience. Mr.' Etherton was
;" ;;- treasurer. 'Miss Marion F. 'Leydig including groceries, meats, shoes, -the first business of its kind to born in Herrin, 111., and has beena
has contributed much to the firm's -.- wearing apparel and other allied open in this section. The station resident of the Glades area for
I brilliant success. She is an intelligent Harbor Sundries, owned lines and sells them at fair and carries a complete line of Standard the past 25 years-residing in
"'' and progressive type of and' operated by Mr. Ralph Stalions, reasonable prices. The equipmentis products and has established a Clewiston since 1928. He is a
Y' business woman and together with was opened here in 1933. Mr. ,modern and up-to-date in every splendid reputation in its many member of the Board of County
'- the"other officers richly deserve' the I particular. Both Mr. and Mrs. years of conscientious service to I Commissioners and belongs to the
t" fine success they have enjoyed. She previously had operatedthe Wood give the business their own the people of this entire, area. The I Masonic Order and the Kiwanis
y; was 'born In Southwest Pennsylvania Pahokee Drug Company in Pa- personal attention and supervisethe equipment' Is modern and up-to-I Club. Mrs.. Etherton is a native
and has resided here since hokee. A full line of;'drug sundries, well trained staff of courteousand date, the service is prompt and j born Floridian. We congratulate
1925. patent medicines and other allied efficient employees. Mr. Wood courteous and the station is a :I I this well known and highly respected -
? We congratulate the Clewiston lines can be had here at fair and has been a resident of this section credit not only to Mr. Etherton but. couple upon their fine success
reasonable prices. Mr. Stalions was since 1922. He is a member of the to the community as well. I I and wish them many more
Laundry, Inc., upon its fine record
born in Kansas and has resided Masonic Order-a splendid type of The Sugarland Tourist Cabins.the ..- years 'of continued prosperity.
,V \a and wish them many more\ years here since 1925-a good citizen ofa civic minded citizen and a real largest in the entire' Glades ,I --

of continued prosperity. good town. credit to his community. area, was established In 1939. Adv. _. ,.- _..

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Hendry County Palm Beach County Glades County

I Clewiston Inn I MOORE HAVEN First Bank of Clewiston -II

Mrs. C. L. Downs, Mgr. ClewistonThe Established ClewistonFirst

Clewiston Inn, located in a seating capacity ,for 150 people Moore Haven Hotel, owned Bank of Clewiston, organ-! sistant cashier, and Miss Beth Nall,

Clewiston, and established in 1925, and the food and service are unexcelled and operated by Mr. and Mrs. J. W. ized in 1922, has indeed been a bookkeeper.First .

Is undoubtedly the most modern anywhere In the state of Adkins at Moore Haven, was builtin tower: of strength and one of the Bank of Clewiston offers

and up-to-date' coribern of its kind Florida. 1916 and has been a favorite most important economic factors in every facility consistent with sound

now operating between Palm Beach Clewiston Inn employs 38 people stopping place for travelers in this the growth and development of this banking and is a member of the

and Fort Myers. The original hotel, under the personal direction and section for the past quarter of a entire area. Federal Deposit Insurance Corpora- i

located on Francisco Street, was supervision of Mrs. C. L. Downs century. Mr. and Mrs. Adkins The bank is capitalized at ?15- tion and the Florida State Banking

destroyed by fire on Sept. 19, 1937. who has managed the Inn for the acquired ownership in 1930 suc- 000, with surplus and undivided Association. Banking hours are I

Immediate construction was startedon past 10 years. Her charm and ceeding Mr. Work. At that time profits of $45,000, and deposits of from 9 a. m. to 2 p. m.

a new and more commodius graciousness, together with her efficient and for the past twelve years they about $500,000. These figures reflect Mr. Elbert L. Stewart, cashier

structure which was completed and and competent discharge of have devoted their earnest efforts the steady and consistent and acting head of the institution,

occupied June 2, 1938. Clewiston her many' responsibilities has con- towards expanding 'and improvingtheir growth enjoyed by the institutionand needs no introduction to the peopleof

Inn contains 64 cheery; comfortable tributed much to the splendid services accommodations, the full confidence in whichit this section. Born in Georgia .

rooms and completely. fire proofed. growth of the business and the excellent so that today the Moore Haven is held by its many friends and Mr. Stewart took up his residence

In addition to the hotel proper reputation it enjoys. Hotel is recognized as one of the patrons in the Glades section. here in 1922 and has the unique

the Inn also maintains eight Mrs. Downs has been a residentof finest places of its kind in the Its success can be attributed In distinction of building and owningthe

beautiful housekeeping apartments Clewiston since 1926. She is Glades area-a credit, not only to large measure to the competent and first privately owned home in

complete with the latest and most a member of the Garden Club, the community in which it is located Intelligent group of officers and directors Clewiston.His .

improved housekeeping facilities. Ladies Aid Society and the Com- but to Mr. and Mrs. Adkinsas who have contributed their wide spread popularity

Among other outstanding features munity Church and is a real asset I well. The hotel contains 40 best efforts and abilities towards the high esteem and respect in '

might well be mentioned a mod- to the community. The list of of- cheery, comfortable rooms, 37 of making the bank an outstanding which he is held is attested by his

ern cocktail lounge serving a full ficers include F. D. Duff, president, which include private bath, and all service to the community. The I five consecutive terms as a state

list of fine liquors, wines and mix- W. C. Owen, vice-president, Wm. T. containing hot and cold running group includes: C. V. Parkinson, representative at Tallahassee. He

ed drinks, and a luxurious beauty Bitting, secretary, and Malcolm W. water. The room furnishings and president; J. S. Cottrell, vicepresident is a member of the Masonic Orderas

salon under. the supervision. of Miss Bigg, treasurer and assistant secre- other equipments are modern and ; Elbert L. Stewart, cashier. well as the Elks Lodge.

Hazel Prince. up-to-date in every particular and The above mentioned officers to- We congratulate the First Bankof

The spacious lobby Is beautifully tary.Clewiston Inn is a fitting monu- rates are fair and reasonable. Mrs. gether with C. L. Downs and R. E. Clewiston upon their splendid I

decorated and the room furnish- ment to their efforts and a distinct Adkins personally supervises the Kurtz make up the board of direc- record of achievement and wish

ings of the latest and most improved credit to them as well as to the hotel and her friendly, congenial tors. The bank personnel also includes them many more years of continued ..

design are of white steel. fine community in which it Is lo- manner in dealing with. guests Miss Frances Morgan, as- .service and success.Alston's .

The dining room and terrace hasJohnson's cated. has contributed much to the .
splendid reputation the hotel enjoys -

I ... Mr. Adkins is, kept busy at- "

Fishing Camp tending the modern, up-to-date Drug CompanyD. I

I service station directly across from -
Bill Johnson, Prop. Clewiston the hotel which he opened in Au- G. Alston, Prop. ClewistonThe

gust of 1928. The, ,station carriesa
Established in 1936, Johnson's well trained and widely experiencedstaff full ,supply'of.. Gulf products and Alston Drug Company at eonette also in Clewiston. A full

Fishing Camp at Clewiston has in- of employees and expert features a splendid lubrication Clewiston, owned and operated by menu of home cooked regular
service together with tire repair D. G. Alston, is indeed a distinct meals, short orders and tasty sand-
economic hand at all times to
deed been an important guides are on
and battery service f. The equip- credit to Clewiston and Hendry wiches can be had here and in ad-
factor in the growth and develop- lead you to the favorite haunts of 4
ment is of the latest' and most improved County as well as to Mr. Alston dition a fine stock of high quality
ment the entire Glades area. the wily black bass and make your
design and 'a. prompt and who opened ,the business here in drug sundries, cosmetics, and other
Owned and operated .by William"Bill" fishing trip at "Bill" Johnsons a "
courteous service maintained at 1926. allied lines can be purchased at
Johnson, the camp's well thing to be remembered. En- ,
all times. Beginning in a modest manner, very reasonable prices. A modern,
earned success has been due to his thusiastic disciples of Isaac Walton
Mr. and Mrs. Adkins have resided the firm's success has been one of up-to-date soda fountain service is
untiring efforts to offer his large from every state in the union make
in Moore Haven since 1920. Mr. steady and consistent progress and also maintained. Eleven people are
and increasing patronage an yearly pilgrimages to this nationally
ever Adkins is now serving his third today it is without exaggeration the employed under the personal direc-
unexcelled service and that he has known mecca of sportsmen. "Bill",
term on the Board of County Com- finest place of its kind now operat- tion and supervision of Mr. and
succeeded is fully attested by the as he is affectionately known to his
missioners. He is a member of the ing in Hendry County. Mrs. D. G. Alston-a fact which
fact that Johnson's Fishing Campis many friends, was born in North
Masonic Order and Odd Fellows The Alston'Drug Company car- has no doubt been an important
recognized as the largest, Carolina and has been a residentof
ries the of drugs factor in their well deserved
and a splendid type' of citizen. largest supply suc-
finest, and best equipped place of Florida since 1921. H8 came to
We congratulate this well known medical supplies and pharmaceuticals cess. Mr. Alston was born in Geor-
Its kind! on the shores of Lake Clewiston in 1927 and has been a r
and highly esteemed: couple in this area and specializes in gia, coming to Clewiston in 1926.
Okeechobee. Twenty-five boats including highly esteemed and respected -
their fine success and wish them prescription service. Mr. Parker He is president: of the' Chamber of
two modern motor cruisers member of the since
community i
Wilson registered pharmacistand Commerce and served chairmanof
of continued a as
are available here, and in additiona coming here-a citizen of real many more years
a graduate of the Universityof the board of county commis-
full line of rods, reels, artificialand worth and usefulness and one who prosperity. '
Florida, personally supervisesthe sioners for 8 years and was a mem-
: live bait outboard motors and deserves the fine he
richly success
prescription service. A large ber of the school board two years. !
other fishing supplies can be had has enjoyed. We wish him many THE TOGGERY
measure of the firm's splendid suc- He is a 32nd degree Mason and a j
here at reasonable rates. A of continued
very more years prosperity.
cess can be attributed ,to his intel- member of the Shrine. We con-
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ligent and competent effort.In gratulate this useful, progressive,

Motors Inc. __ 1937 Mr. Alston with char business man upon his fine success
Hendry County I
I acteristic zeal and initiative opened and wish him many more years of i j
The Toggery Shop, owned and I
the Seminole Drug Store and LunchMoore's continued prosperity.
Ford Sales & Service Clewiston operated by Mrs., Ruth B.. Owensat .
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Clewiston, was established

Hendry County Motors, Inc., located people are employed her A com- November of 1939. Since its in- very best to be had at a minimumof

:: at Clewiston, established their plete line of genuine Ford parts and ception the business under the in- Groceriesand cost. The store ranks among
accessories kept stocked wellas telligent and competent ownershipand
business here in 1937 and have indeed are as the very finest in the Glades area
,and Gulf direction of Mrs. Owens has MeatsThis
Goodyear products /",
played an important part in and is' a credit not only to
and oil. shown and consistent in-
gas a steady located
community in which it is
the growth and development of this The officers of the company include crease-a fitting reward for the Mr.
but, to Mr. Mackey
section of Florida. It is undoubtedly : Blitz Wegman, president;' conscientious and'sincere efforts modern and up-to-date con- Mackey is a keenly, alert and in-

the largest concern of its kind Robert Ketring, vice-president, and Mrs., Owens has at all times shownin cern, established at South Bay telligent type of business man with
E. her the about a year ago by Miss Cora
M. Cornette, secretary-treasurer, offering patronage only
ideals and friendlyand
progressive a
in this
area, the various buildings '
Moore has indeed shown a splen-
and general manager. Mr. Cor- highest quality merchandise and at ,

covering:: a floor space of about nette was formerly associated with fair and reasonable prices. The did growth and 'dev lopment in Born congenial in Alabama personality.he has been a

10,000 square feet. The firm is the LaBelle Motor._.Company and Toggery Shop features Wellesley its comparatively short ''period of resident of this section for the

the home of Ford sales and servicein has had a wealth of'valuable prac-' Modes Glory Modes and June Fox existence.The past 10 years and has always, been ;.

this area and is also the authorized tical experience in this field. dresses, Gage Hats Claussner Hose ..fir.m's'success in large mea- a real, booster for his community.We .

agent for Ford trectors Born in Greenville, Ky., Mr.: Cor- and other nationally advertised sure can be attributed to the fine congratulate him upon his

operating 'under the title of Hy- nette has been a resident of the lines. The store personnel includes quality of merchandise sold hereas splendid establishment and wish

draulic Tractor Sales and doing an Glades area since 1924. He is a Miss Florence Graham and Miss well as to the prompt and him
every success.
extensive business in Palm Beach, member of the Masonic Order, Ki- Beulah Guthrie, and the service courteous service extended to its

Collier, Lee, Glades, Highlands and wanis 'Club and is commander of under the personal supervision of large and ever increasing patronagein '

Hendry Counties. A complete staff the American "Legion. During Mrs. Owens is prompt and courteousat these parts. The store carriesa I L. L. SHIRLEY
offactory trained mechanics are World War I he was a member of all timEs.: Mrs.; Owens is an enthusiastic large stock of high quality, nat-

kept busy at all times and the fac- the U. S. Marine Corp and served booster for the state of ionally advertised lines and in ad-
The Texas Oil ably
tory approved equipment is of the 21 months 'at various stations in Florida and patronizes Florida industries dition features a splendid meat department -
represented in the Glades area by
latest and most modern design. the West Indies. We congratulate as much 'as is possible. She with up-to-date electric '
Mr. L. L., Shirley since 1929, has
Body and fender repair and paint- Hendry County Motors, Inc., upon has been a resident of Clewiston I refrigeration. Moore's also is a economic '"
indeed been an important
ing is an outstanding feature of I their splendid record of achievement since 1939 and is a member of the i retail distributing center for Jce.I .
commercial develop-
factor in the
this well known and highly regarded I and wish them many more Eastern Star and the Red Cross. We I Mr.' H. L. Marlowe, well ;known ment of this entire section.

establishment. In all about 20 years of continued success. wish ,her many more years of con- 1 and highly respected manager of the Ten retail points of distributionhave

tinued success. 'store, has had many years of val- been developed by Mr. Shirley

CLEWISTON CAFE RALEIGH MOCKThe uable practical experience in this in Martin, Palm Beach: and Hendry

l, HERMAN SASSERHerman's field and has contributed much to County, all of which carry a com-

the firm's well earned success. We plete line of the famous Texaco

The Clewiston Cafe, owned and Standard Service Station, are glad to include this homeowned products and afford employment '

operated> by Mr. A. Toulis, is one owned and operated by Raleigh Service Station, owned independent store in this resume collectively to about 25 people-an
of the most modern and and operated by Herman Sasser at and wish them more years of '
up-to-date Mock in Clewiston, is indeed a dis- many undisputed asset in the life of any
concerns:: of its kind now operating tinct credit to the community as South Bay, was established there in continued prosperity. They deserve group of communities. The various I-

-. in 'the Glades district and is a distinct well as to Mr. Mock who has April of 1941. It is one of the your patronage and support. service stations" comprising this

credit both to Mr. Toulis and operated the station since 1940. most modern and up-to-date con- Texaco "family" are modern and
to 'Clewiston. It was 'about cerns of its kind in the Glades area I credit to
Modern and up-to-date In every RALPH'S GROCERYHigh up-to-date and are a real
three months ago 'although :Mr. and is a distinct credit not only to :
way, the Standard Service Station the communities in which they are
Toulis has been engaged in theTeStaubnt has established an enviable repu- Mr. Sasser but to the communityin located and to Mr. Shirley as well. ';y

business here since 1928 tation throughout this entire area which it is located as well. A quality merchandise, fair The Clewiston station is now under
and was the first to open a dining and complete line of Sinclair' productsis of Mr. "Chuck"
ranks second to none both In j and reasonable prices and a the proprietorship
service in this vicinity. Clewiston the quality of products offered, as sold here and in addition a thorough knowledge of' his business Simmons who richly deserves your

Cafe 'seats 'about 60 people and well as in the prompt and courteous I prompt and courteous service can have been the most important contributing full patronage and consideration. '
be had in tire repair, battery recharging -
a complete menu of regular service extended at all times. factors in the well deserved Mr. L. L. Shirley has been a
meals and short and washing, polishingand
orders. The food Lake section since
resident of the
The station carries a completeline success of Ralph Mackey,
is of the very best quality and of Standard products and lubrication. The equipment Is operator of Ralph's Grocery at 1927. He has served as a school

prices are fair and reasonable. Six specializes in washing, polishing and of the latest and most Improved South Bay who opened his business trustee in Palm Beach County for
and the work is all done
people are employed here and design '
the lubrication. Tire repair and bat- supervision there several months ago as a suc- the Pahokee, Canal 'Point and Belle
service is prompt and courteous at tery service are also numbered under the personal of cessor to Royal's'Grocery.. The Glade schools and is a past presi-
Sasser bornin
all times. Mr. Sasser. Mr. was
increasing from dent of the Lions Club' of whichhe
among this, station's many fine Georgia and has been resident ever patronage
Mr. Toulis has resided here with services. Mr. Mock was born in a intel- week to week is a fitting reflectionof is a charter member.We .
since 1940. He is an
his family since 1928 and is highly Georgia and has resided here since ligent and competent type of busi- the popularity of this modern, wish him many more years '

esteemed and respected by his 1940. He has always been a real ness man and richly deserves the up-to-date concern, and is a fair of continued! success.
fellow townsmen. We wish him booster for Clewiston and richly return for the conscientious effortsMr. '
fine success he has enjoyed there.
many more years of continued success deserves the fine success he has I j Mackey' is making to supplyhis

enjoyed here. Adv. friends and patrons with the \"ho.sVhoContd.. on Page

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naval recruit was getting on
very well with the blue-eyed and
sweetly fragile damsel at the '
Salt meat requires longer boil- .
I dance. Naturally he suggested
ing than fresh. Put it into cold wa-
having a bite to eat. She readily
ter, quickly bring it to a boil, then I '
accepted, and they strolled into
let it simmer.
the dining room.Presently .
Leftover stock from cooked the sailor noticed that ,

55 vegetables contains, valuable mIn- B. one waiter was staring at his part-
ner rather too intently. At last
erals and vitamins. Save it to use
in soups, stews, and sauces. PEEVE ( he tackled the man. '
"Don't you know it's very rudeto
Always keep perfume in a dark : i4 stare at ladies?" he snapped. :\

-' place Daylight will affect every INCOME "Sorry, sir," was the meek reply '

:', \ odor differently, according to its AX, "but it ain't rudeness-it's ad-
: ., formula In extreme cases per- miration, sir. This is the sixth
fume turns bright red as' soon as t Gr time she's been down to supper tonight -
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;. If you do, send for a grand,cook Princess Mary, daughter of Hen- '
book-crammed with recipes for ry VIII, had one of the smallest
all kinds of yeast-raised breads wedding rings ever worn when she '
r and cakes. It's absolutely free. was married to the Dauphin of
Just drop a postcard with your France The bride was two years
.. name and address to -Standard old-the groom, nine months!
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,. too much of it
can cause temporary
1 i More Raleigh Jingles blockage (constipation) with aggra- "
Raleigh Cigarettes are again vating gas, headaches, listlessness or .'
bad breath. ADLERIKA, with its
offering liberal prizes in a big "
S "PASSED TO YOU FORNECESSARV 5 carminative and 3 laxative ingre- ::1
jingle contest running in this '
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: j per. One hundred and thirty-three bowel action surprisingly fast. Ask S a;
prizes will be awarded each week. ACTION your druggist for ADLERIKA. 1'1.!
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1 FOR QUICK RELIEF Agriculture for an honorable and '

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DELAYED EY YOUR CHILD'S coughing- night
-caused by throat "tickle" or irritation -
DON'T LETCONSTIPATION NO; ENEMY ? mouth breathing, or a
ACTION/ cold-can often be'prevented by
< rubbing throat and chest with
S 5, SLOW YOU UP Vicks VapoRub at bedtime. ,

p ', S When bowels are sluggish and you feel VAPORUB'S poulticeandvaporaction
;, A irritable, headachy and everything you loosens phlegm,relieves irritation
.< do is an effort, do as trillions do-chew helps dear upper air passages -
FEEN-A-MINT, the modem chewing thus tends to stop mouth
,.; gum laxative. Simply chew FEEN-A- breathing and
MINT before you go to bed-sleep without ByJ. invite restful V8CKS
being disturbed-next morning gentle, sleep. Try itl!
thorough relief, helping you feel swell Millar Watt
: again, full of your normal pep. Try
FEEN-A-MINT. Tastes good, is handy
,', and economical.A generous family supply Setting an ExampleA .
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: GOODS Inc. & Furniture Store STATIONQuality
J. A. McGehee, well known C. A., Revels, well known
and popular distributor. for Stan and highly respected operator of

Since its inception in December This highly reputable and reliable dard Oil Company of Kentucky I the Lake Harbor Cafe at Lake Har- products, prompt and
t>f '1933 the Clewiston Dry Goods,, concern, owned and operated products in this section, established bor, richly deserves the fine success courteous service and a strict adherence
Inc., of Clewiston has enjoyed a by Messers II.faIdonVrig 1i and E. his business here in Clewistonin she has enjoyed since her inception to fair and honest business
:healthy and consistent growth and,, M. Cornette in Clewiston, was opened 1928. The business which in business here in Aprilof principles have been the factors' in
:under the competent direction of I in August of 1940. Under the originally serviced only' four retail 1934. the success of" G. B. (Barney)
'William N. Martin, president and i'I intelligent and competent direction outlets has shown a steady and The Lake Harbor Cafe-one''' of Thomas, well known and highly "
:manager, has established a reputation -I of Mr. Wright the firm's affairs consistent expansion so that at the the finest in the Glades area' spec- esteemed operator of the Gulf Serv-
second to none in this entire have shown a steady and consistent present time the' company services ializes in high quality home cooked ice Station in Clewiston who began
area.. The other officers are John i I increase-so much so in fact, that fifteen service stations in additionto foods, served family style and has his business here in May of '1938.
W. Martin, vice-president, and Mrs. I the 'present sales rooms are now a large and ever increasing con- built up a splendid patronage The firm's affairs' are not confinedto
Anna B. Day, secretary-treasurer. I being expanded and enlarged in sumer trade. Seven storage tanks throughout this ,entire section. The local limits but extend over the
The firm carries a splendid stock order' to more conveniently serve with a capacity for 80,000 gallonsthe cafe has a seating capacity' for entire Glades area. A full line of
of high grade, nationally advertised their large and ever increasing largest in this area, together about 35 people and- the service Gulf products can be had here as
merchandise including Jar m a n patronage.: The new extension will with three delivery trucks, afford under the personal direction of Mrs. well as a complete service In wash-
Shoes, Imperial Hats, Van Heusen be .opened about March 15th. The prompt and courteous service in Revels is 'prompt ,and courteous at ing, polishing and lubrication. The
and Wing Shirts, English Ascot firm is local representative for this department.Three all times. equipment is of the latest and ,most

Ties, Haines Underwear, as well as General Electric appliances as well people are employed here Sunday 'chicken dinners are improved design, and the station is
Cannon Sheets and Bates Bed- as Philco and R. C. A. Radios.A I under the personal supervision of especially noteworthy and are an indeed a distinct credit to Clewis

spreads. Mr. Wm. N. Martin, who prompt and courteous repair Sir. McGehee who, gives his own outstanding feature of this well ton and Hendry County. :Mr.
gives his entire time to the busi- service is maintained also, the personal attention to the firm's known place. Mrs. Revels was born Thomas was born in Tampa, and ,
ness, was born in Pennsylvania and phone number being 104. The affairs. Mr. McGehee was bornin in Lake City, Florida, and has beena has resided here since 1928. He
bas resided here since 1937. He is furniture department specializes In Marion County, Florida, but has resident of Lake Harbor since served in the United States Navy
a, member of the tire rationing high quality, nationally advertised been a life long resident of the I 1934. She is a gracious and charm- during the last war and is a mem-
board 'of Hendry County and a real home furnishings including Sim: Glades area. He is a former Jus- ing hostess-an intelligent and pro- ber of the American Legion. A
booster for Clewiston. We 'congratulate mons products, Pabco Floor Cover- tice of the Peace and is a memberof gressive type of business woman good citizen of a good town.

him upon his splendid ings and other well known lines. the Woodmen' of the World and and a real,, credit to her commun-
r successor 111Wright who has, been a life Chamber of Commerce. A good ity. I addition, 'to a complete stock of
.------ citizen townand who genuine parts and auto accessories "
long resident of this section' is a of a good one
BOLTON'S TIRE and member of the Masonic Order and richly deserves the fine success he the firm also is local representativefor
a\r'splendid type of citizen. We has enjoyed her THOMPSON MOTOR Maytag and Bendix washing
SERVICE STATIONBolton's wish this well known concern many machines and Frigidaire refrigerating -
more years of continued success. PARTS I equipment. The firm operatesas
a subsidiary of N. A. P. A. which
Tire and Service Station, 'is:' a full guarantee for all merchan-
:located at Lake Harbor, is a recent' RUSSELL FISHERThe I Thompson Motor Parts, locatedon dise sold.
acquisition to the business ranks Lake Drug Company of Clewiston Francisco Street in Clewiston, Mr. Thompson was born in Jefferson -
of this s titian having been opened owned and operated by Mr. was established here in Septemberof County, Ga., but has been a tJ
here November 15, 1941 by Night Hawk Bar and Grill, and Mrs. J. G. Niblack, had its in- 1940. B. L. Thompson, (the life long resident of Florida. He
Lewis Bolton, and brother Fred owned and .operated by Mr. Russel ;ception in 1934 and has in its eight well known and likable proprietor, has resided in Clewiston since 1940
.'Bolf n. The station is one of the Fisher 'at South Bay, was! estab- years of service to the people of has had the benefit of 10 years ,of I and is here to stay and grow. with
:most modern and up-to-date in the lished in 1939. It is undoubtedlyone this section established a reputa- valuable practical experience in his the community. He is- married
Glades area and offers a complete of the most modern and up-to- tion second to none, in this radius.M. field and to his competent and efficient and the proud father of two chile
',service in Gulf products, tire repair date concerns of its kind in the J. Hirsch, father of Mrs. Nib- direction of the firm's affairscan dren-both boys. We wish him

: battery recharge, and. other Glades area and is a distinct creditto lack; who had been associated with be attributed a large measure many more years of continued suc-
allied lines including a guaranteed this section of Florida. The the firm since its beginning, retired of the firm's splendid success. In cess.wli. .
motor and mechanical repair serv- establishment offers a complete recently because' ill health. Mr.
ice. The equipment is of the very stock of fine imported and domestic Niblack is a graduate of the At-I ',- ----
latest and most improved design liquors and wines as well as all the lanta College of Pharmacy, class of r

and under the competent and"ef- popular beers and has a seating capacity 1921, and, personally supervises the !
,ficient direction of Lewis and Fred for about 75 people.: Fourto prescription, department. In ad- l ; '

Bolton we feel no hesitancy in pre- eight people are employed here dition to prescriptions, drug sun-
'dk ting :a brilliant future for this under the personal supervision of dries, and other allied lines Lake ( h
we11 known place. Born in. Daw- Mr. Fisher and the equipment and Drug Company also maintains a i P- /

'son, Ga.f Lewis and Fred came to furnishings are of the latest and modern uptodate'soda fountain
Lake 'Harbor in October, 1941.. We most improved design. Mr. Fisherwas service with tasty sandwiches and a
'welcome this new firm to the com- born in Michigan but has beena splendid luncheonette. Born in
;mercial 'ranks of this section and life long resident of Florida, com- Florida Mr. Niblack has resided in
wish "Ihem :every success. ing to this section in 1916. He is Clewiston since 1933 and has been

a friendly, agreeable, and highly a credit to his community. We '
C. E. BYRDMr. intelligent type of business man congratulate this well known and : :
and richly deserves the fine success highly esteemed couple upon their f
he has enjoyed here. I well earned success. \ '' ;-' I 's I
., C. E. Byrd, well known and : 'i-:
highly respected farmer and business -
man of South Bay, needs no I:.N:M:N:M:N:N:N:N: : :N:N:N M:":N N:::N N":N:N:N:N N:N:.:N:N:N:N N:N:N":N:N: N:' N:N N:N..:..:..:..:..:..::;; 4 ; '' ; -
.introduction to" the people of the ._. < ::
Glades area 'having been a success-
ful farmer and grower since 1928. t i ",

In 1940 he. opened a modern anduptodate ENJOY AN. ,
Standard Service Sta-
tion at South Bay carrying a full m

line of Standard products' and ac- j:: ALL ELECTRIC )1 C ,
'cessories and specializing in lubri- AIR 'f =
cation with modern up-tq-date _
equipment. Aside from his farming ; i
interests and 'service, station Mr.. .;. HOME CONDITIONEDDependable
Byrd also :t tij.
operates a successful real
estate business and is now developing .:. ',' .,,'''.... ':. 'g om// '
two splendid 'sub-qivisions-one ::: -: .,: ::: ,

for .colored with 48 choice building iI .:
lots and one for white of 29 lots.' Service
A good filling station with a 300 r
'ft, road front is also for sale together Low Fares '-I

with ten acres' on the high- ji Cooking-- Refrigeration j jy
way inside the 'city limits with a
food home, running water, electric Travel via Florida Motor Lines MAIN LINE to all Florida
' 'terms 11Jower can and be out arranged.buildings. :Suitable ::y'_:: WASHING MACHINES ,:;: and the North.
Mr. Byrd: was born in Columbus Northbound
Ga. .: SEWING MACHINES ':: Lv. CANAL POINT ., .. 4:55'AM 1:25 PM
and has been a resident here Ar. TAMPA . : 10:10 AM 6:55 PM Costs Less than Driving ...
since 1928., He 'has always takenan I y Ar. LAKELAND .'- ':10 AM 5:50 PM '
active" interest in ,the growth and Y.. .. Ar. ORLANDO .- 10:50 AM '7:45 PM One Round
Ar. JACKSONVILLE '. 3:15 PM 11:45 PM Way TrIp i
welfare of his community and rich- ANY TASK CAN BE DONE BY :*. Ar. TALLAHASSEE . 4:45 PM 12:59: AM MIAMI $ '1.65 $'3.00
ly deserves his well earned success. y Ar. LAKE CITY '. '. 2:25 PM 1:10 AM JACKSONVILLE 4.70 8.50 '

:t:. ELECTRICITY. :: Lv. CANAL POINT . 5:20: PM 11:25 PM TAMPA. 2.80 5.05 I ,
.. LAKELAND 2.35 ,4.25
y ORLANDO 2.95 5.35
Espenlaub's Garage and Machine i_: Clean Quick Convenient fOR ALL POINTS NORTH AND WEST. ATLANTA. 8.40 15.15
:Shop in Clewiston, owned and MACON 7.25 13.05
Southbound-GoIng ALDOST 5.80 0.45
operated by G.)/'L. Espenlaub, was y Lv. CANAL POINT . 5:20 PM 11:25 PM' BIRMINGHAM 9.90 17.85
opened here in 1929. ,The history, X f Ar. MIAMI . 8:50 PM 2:30 AM NEW ORLEANS. 11.65 21.00 ? \
.. :: 17.90 32.25
'of the firm has t'been one of steady '.. CHICAGO
ReturnIng 15.85 28.55Lv.
and consistent" expansion and de- :: THE MORE YOU USE THE LESS :: MIAMI . 10:00 AM 2:00 AM NEW YORK
,velopment and today' it represents .. .. Ar CANAL POINT . 1:25 PM 4:55 AM

an important niche in the economiclife' :: THE UNIT COST :;: MILLER'S DRUG STORE
of' the entire Glades area. The DR. H. B. Agent ,
Jirm specializes in the fabrication y X i PHONE 3921 CANAL POINT
of machine parts and is completely f ..
quipped with mo'dern lathes and ::: .;.' __ csFr ( -"'
machine: making tools to offer a f YY
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prompt and efficient service in this ,Xy

.field. A complete welding service ..
both electric and acetylene is another -

known laub'outstanding gives establishment.the feature business' of: this.his Espen-well own i..2.. Gla.des Power and light i_: I l ,

personal attention, a fact which has : ...
r contributed much to his well earned .
success, Mr. Espenlaub is a native '. I
born Floridian-a resident of Company
Clewiston for the past '12 years and H
one who enjoys the esteem and re- :: '.'; .f..
':apect of the entire community. :s: ..i.f. 1 e

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