The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00822
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: January 17, 1941
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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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
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System ID: UF00028415:00822
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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:' ROWERS A. 0. WARD NAMED New Doctor ,Arrives City Arranges For i,f

r Here This WeekDr.


W. Orville Rigby arrived in I

LECTURE SUBJECT I SCHOOL BOARD Clewiston the first "of the week
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I from Miami to serye as assistantto ) -

Dr. O. F. Schiffli at the Clewis- Cold Spell Does ,Little j THE ADMINISTRATION BUILDINGi
Hospital i WILL ALSO
ton Emergency succeedingDr. HOUSE
, A email but appreciative audience A. O. Ward, Clewiston memberof
P. who.left last week NEARY
J. Higgins
heard an illustrated descrIp- the new board of public instruction Damage on, WeekEndThe
for Stuart to begin private
tive lecture Florida's wild flow- prac-
on of Hendry County, was unanimously I

ers, trees and shrubs, given by Mrs.C. elected chairman of the tice.Dr. The city commission has agreedto

A. Miles at the school audi-_ board at _the organization meeting Rigby .is a graduate of Tu- second visit of winter wea- take over the north and east

',". lane University medical school and ther to Florida the wings of, the former administration
.' torium Wednesday evening. held on Friday of last week. This over past week-

Mrs. Miles, whose home is in meeting was postponed from Tues- has, for the past four years, serv- end caused plenty of shivers following for building, the north wing to be used

Tampa, has travelled extensively in day because of Mr. Ward's illness.Mr. ed as an interne and resident doc the several weeks of balmy for city offices and the east wing

'tor at Jackson Memorial Hospital weather and a pretty display of a community center and public
this and other countries. Having I Ward is assistant managerof library.
and Dade County Hospital in Mi frost in of the
some parts 'gladeson
been attracted by; the many varieties the U. S. Sugar Corporation
of beautiful flowers and shrubs commissary department. He servedas I ami. He is the son of former Miami three successive mornings but, When necessary alterations have
'- commissioner Orville Rig- due to the rains been made, and it is anticipatedthat
I. native to Florida, she has made an a member of the school board city heavy recent there
by. was little damage either to vege- these will be finished by the
I r" extensive study of them. before moving to Clewiston and
During his practice in Miami Dr. tables,"5.-ugar cane or shrubbery. first of March, the city hall will be
i The lecturer illustrated her talks during ,his residence here has been

-- with colored slides, made from most active in school affairs as Rigby acquired an unusually well- The United States Sugar ..Corporation moved from its present location and

j pictures which she has taken her well as all other civic undertakings. rounded knowledge qf surgery and reported that there was no occupy the necessary number of
medicine and, specialized in damage whatever to the rooms in the north wing. The
self during her travels over the general .current
p'--. Among the first acts of the new remaining
bone and orthopedic ton- of cane but that recently rooms will be given to
r state. She spoke of the growing I school board were to authorize surgery crop sugar various civic
I. ; habits of each variety, called it Superintendent. E. Weaver to sillectomies ,and other forms of sur- planted cane and stubble was organizations for
gical work. He handled also a burned slightly with probably meeting places or for storage space.In .
i by its botanical and by its common borrow ,$3,200 to meet 'January no

I name. In many instances she payrolls; set first Friday in the large number of obstetrical cases permanent damage. Some vege- the large main room of the

'" ....:. -- delighted particularly the youngsters month as regular meeting date, and general practice so that he tables were nipped in parts of the east wing a hardwood floor will be

::-" in her audience by telling the employ Miss Nellie Weaver as her was well recommended for the position lake area, including lettuce and laid and additional toilet facilities

}:. idiosyncracies of a plant, and nam- father's secretary at'a salary of he will fill in Clewiston.Dr. cabbage, but there appeared to added which will convert this intoa

.:. ing the particular animals which $40.00 per month and to name two Rigby was a class-mate of have been only minor damage considering community center to be used as

: seem to be attracted to it. NYA girls of LaBelle as office assistants Dr. Higgins and the two have been the sharp drop in tempera- a, meeting place for various' organi

close personal friends for zations, ;a dance floor for the
,._ She showed several pictures of to the principal there and' many I ture.The young
.. He is unmarried and will i people and the various other uses
years. coldest spot, according to
< 'I forest fires and told of the serious I. for library duty. i
lb' .
reside at the hospital.'DEFENSE to which a room of this kind maybe
:,1",' damage to wild life in the state by Mr. ''Ward also held a meeting i i sugar corporation thermometerswas put. .

. .: .. this wanton destruction .of tree at the, 'school here Tuesday with at Liberty Point, where a low ,
: growth. She gave a poem, basedon the board of trustees of the Clewis- of 30 degrees was recorded last In the south end of the east wing

Saturday morning. Benbow had :31 will be, ,constructed necessary shelv-
; Joyce Kilmer's Trees, which she ton' district composed of Mrs J. COURSES
: said would'have been written by degrees the same morning and ing andvarious' other alterations
A. McGehee, Dan Allen and H. C.
,/ the poet if he had seen the trees Kolstad and the principal R. W. Clewiston 31. Sunday morningwas made ,to convert this into a pub-

being destroyed by a forest fire. Turk to talk over needs and prob- EXPECTED TO START just as cold at Benbow but 'a' lic library ? The city commission

1' The lecture was free, and was three degree rise was shown in has' asked the Garden Club, as the
lems of the Clewiston school.
+ given under the auspices of the Liberty Point and Townsite. Monday only citywide ladies' organization,

Clewiston Garden Club. Several The other members of the coun- ABOUT JANUARY 23Joel morning there was also frost ,to handle' the library and it is
ty', :board are M. O. Allen of Felda probable that the club will
visitors from adjoining towns at- "' I at nearly all points but the temperature I assume.' ,
and Dillon Hall of LaBelle. Mr.
, tended. was considerably higher. I this responsibility. x
Ward 'succeeds C. E. Miner in this Keen vocational agricultural In the Eastern Division the Plans
for handling the
/ Preceding the hour for the lec- ,:
: district and instructor the Clewiston
Mr. ,Allen succeeds in
" coldest weather Sunday'and 'club
was ity room are still indefinite
the Garden Club held its
ture Mrs.i Homer 'Taylor in the Felda school, stated this week' that classes -
:'" Monday mornings with a low of 31 but it ,appears likely that some one-
which devoted -
January meeting, was
district.. Mr. Hall was the would be organized next Wednes-
only (Continued .
to the transaction of on page 8) person: will be responsible for its
; entirely
hold-over member. day night and work would probablybe
use. It is planned to
business. Resolutions place an automatic -
started the following night on
, recommending that the city of Clew- instructional BackToSchoolNight phonograph in the room to
f Nelson Takes the courses providedfor '
Over furnish
music for dances.
: iston be designated as a sanc-
,..( tuary were adopted and were sent young men of the community Is Planned Mr. and Mrs. F, D. Duff and Mr.
under the national defense .
C"s''y" ,to the city commissioners for their :'Supervision Airport the meeting called program.At for last and Mrs. F. E. Bryant have already
: donated about three hundred and
consideration. .
: j Monday night there eleven For. LocaPa, -rQns'
: were "
., The.CI'. b also heard with much Engineering, of State \Jo fifty volumes to the new iibrSij& <\'
'\, young men present who professedan .j.
< -. letter from F. and Clarence R. Bitting a'nd others
pleasure ,a Mayor
interest in taking, these courses
Deane Duff which stated that the On Thursday, January 23, 1941, have agreed to add several hundred
and another held last
city commission has rented a por- Carawan Nelson, Senior Engineerin at 7 p. m. ,the parents and friendsof more volumes. The library, at

tion of the old administration build- charge of the Okeechobee-Ca- night was attended by an additional that- Clewiston Public Schools are least for a time, will probably be

ing, and that the south end of the looshatchee project and the Clew' seven. Mr. Keen is hopeful, cordially invited to attend the open only one or two afternoonsin
all of these and enough others will
::. east wing of the building is intended iston sub-office of United States Back-To-School-Night program held each week.
.. be present Wednesday night to have
for a public library. The City Engineers for the past three and a for their benefit. This program is Formal opening of the new club-
'at least twenty-five in the classes.Of .
'J'commissioners;: requested the club, half years will leave Sunday forth basically held to offer you an opportunity house is planned by the American
those attending the first meet-
as 'a civic organization, to assume Jacksonville district office, 'wliere to attend school againto Legion to be held sometime in
: ing the greater number expressed
responsibility for organizing and he has been placed in charge of attend the classes, and hear March with a dance on the new
greater interest in the motors
., operating the library.: The 'Execu- the state program of airport con- what is being taught your chil- floor.
course which will be given at the
tive committee will make definite struction under the Civil Aeronautics dren or student friends. At this To the American Legion and the
Hendry County Motors shop under,
'." I plans at once for the library: work, Authority.A. Charles time the teachers will outline for Kiwanis Club goes a large part of
the supervision of Bolton.
as Mayor Duff !stated that a large R. Broadfoot, who has 'served you the subject matter that is be- the credit for the establishment of
Shop tools and some,$150 worth of
number of books were available as first assistant under Mr. ing taught. You will have the opportunity the community center as this has
additional tools purchased by the
, .::r',,. for the library as soon as it is Nelson during his ,entire period of to learn at first hand the been a major project for both clubs
government will be provided for
:" :" : ready. I service here, will take his place in operation and administration of the for several years. When the'sugar
- this course. Those showing an interest -
,: :" Club members were reminded charge of the lake project and of Clewiston Schools. corporation moved its offices from

." .-, that dues become delinquent' in I that portion of the airport work I in this course were: Randel: Please be on hand by7 P. M. in the building the two clubs unitedin
c" Adkins, Orville Strayhorn, Joe
: March and members who have not which comes under the jurisdictionof auditorium for important instruc- jointly urging the city to take
.".. Hall, Melvin Asplin, Ralph Lister,
. paid their dues are dropped- from the Clewiston suboffice.Mr. tions. The first bell will ring at over the building for this purpose.
Leonard Charles
Langdale, Rumpf,
;:4. the roll in May. Nelson states that he genu- Ted Prescott, Harris Mattson, Rob- 7:10 and the final (Tardy)' bell at7:15Don't The west wing ,has been rentedto

; Three new members were welcom- inely regrets leaving Clewiston, and be tardy. the sugar corporation and is
ert Williams W. E. Surrency Jim-
a.- ed into the club, Mrs. J. H. Doty, that he expects to return for visitsas Following is the schedule of being used as, a practice room for
mie Holland James Murray J. W.
'.,iii.:..' Mrs. J. J. Graham ,and Mrs. N. V. often as his. new work will per- Pritchett, Carlisle, Redish and, Bill classes. Make sure your son, the United States Sugar. Corporation '

/ S. Mumford. mit. He says that he does not expect friend provides you Band and a meeting place for
daughter or
Dyess. If all of these go ahead
to move to Jacksonville until schedule the Sugar Institute.
with their class -:you
with for taking the
=a{.: Novel Blind Bogey his, 'appointment has been approvedby' I there plans are already a sufficient course number will need this.Junior .
Washington and that it will Two
and Senior High Negroes Leave
for the motor work class. It

i.i ;. Tourney Sunday probably be a month or longer be- is hoped to have at least fifteen in (Grades 7-12)) '

".p fore Mrs. Nelson joins him there.A each class.' 7..7:10-MeeUng in auditorium), Sunday For TrainingMartin

group of engineer employees minutesfor
Those expressing an interest in 7-10-First Bell (Five
" A novel Blind Bogey tournament I including the office force and oth- passing).
the woodworking course were
r::, will be staged Sunday at the ers have arranged a farewell 'party Charles Heidbreder and D. L. Pul- 7:15-Second Bell (Must be in Luther Reese and Judge

, Clewiston Golf Course, with prizes for Mr. 'Nelson in the form of a len and Lacy Polk was the only one Home Rooms). Lee, both county negroes, will leave

going to the player making the barbecue to "be held Saturday at interest in elementary 7:15-7:35-Activity Period. January 22 for Camp Blanding to
' expressing an
,:" _', .; blind bogey score, the player mak- Woodyard Hammock., electricity. Some were interestedin 7:35-7:50-First Period. begin a year's army training. This

ing low net score and the booby taking two or more of the 9:05-9: .-Sixth Period. completes the country's January

prize to the player who makes Birthday Ball IsPlanned courses and this may be allowedif 7:50-8:05-Second Period. quota of two whites and two col

, high net score over the eighteen 8:05-8:20=Third Period.8:208:35Fourth ored. Both were volunteers after
" the student is able to ,attend two
holes. Period. registration.
On 30thC.
or more classes each week.
", The tournament will be varied Any young man Interested in tak- 8:35-8:50: -Recess (Smoking Out- Henry Ned Campbell and Eddie

I from the usual blind bogey affair side). J. Taylor are the two alternates
more of these courses
ing one or
.', in that a punch board will be used E. Miner, county chairmanfor which are free and will be so ar- !:50-9: -Fifth Period. name'd. Both have draft order

toy; determine the handicap for each holding celebrations on the ranged that they will interfere as 9:20-9:35-Seventh Period. numbers which shows that the sup-

player. The player entering the birthday of. President Franklin D. little as possible with other activities 9:35-10 P. M:: (Auditorium). ply of volunteers from. the countyis

tournament punches from the Roosevelt, January 30, is arrang- should be present at the next Elementary Schedule now exhausted.
punch board a number that is usedas begin. 153 questionnaires have been
ing a dance which will be held in meeting Wednesday night.. It 7:15-Tardy

his handicap. At the conclusionof the school auditorium here on that will be held in the vocational 8:35-8:50-Recess. sent out by the local draft officeto

the 18 holes his total score, and night. in the northwest 9 :35-Auditorium. date and hundred more will
agriculture room
his net score is recorded. After The entire ''proceeds go into a be ready to be sent shortly. Of
corner of the grade school building
0' all scores are in., a prize will be fund for prevention of infantile downstairs. NOTICE TO PARENTSDue this number only seven whites have

' given to the player making the I paralysis and the admission to the If a sufficient number of stu- 'I been placed in Class 1-A those

score nearest the blind bogey score local weather available for Immediate service..
dance will be $2.00. per cou- that the to the changing
\ dents sign on night
set for the event, a prize to the up there is an epedemic of flu prevail- Of these one has been accepted atI -.
classes get underway
player with the lowest net score ple.Mr.. Miner is also planning to ing in this section of the Glades, I the induction camp and two others*

and one to'the highest'net score. distribute coin cards to the schools day evening. to such an extent that some schools I left last week. pne other. was

." J' In addition to the one-day event, and to the various business placesof Eugene Goodbread has resumedhis have been closed. Therefore, pleasedo : transferred to JSartow for deliveryIon -

,.' Bob Bair, pro at the course, an- the county so that as much work with the commissary department not send your children to schoolif that same date. ,

nounces that qualifying for the money as possible may be raised by of the U. S. Sugar cor- they: have colds. If they have 12 negroes have been placed In

Match Play Tournament will be continued this county. poration, having recuperated from had the flu or colds please make Class 1-A, one of whom is already

.. through Sunday. The posting Complete details of the dance injuries received in an .automobile sure they are completely over it in training. 19 out of 32 negroes

of a score for 18,, holes of will be given next week. accident near Arcadia Christmas before sending them back to school.I were rejected because of venereal'

qualifying play is necessary for week. A. W. Waldron, who was will greatly appreciate the full disease but only one white has :

entering. in executing : been rejected because of this same-
even more seriously injured in the cooperation of each parent

At the present time the course the club-house, which is receiving accident, is recovering following this precaution.R. reason. Other physical handicaps:

Is in excellent condition for play; repairs and a new coat of paint treatment and an operation at the W. TURK, have kept many others out of the-

and some attention is being given this week. medical center in Venice. Principal Clewiston School. Continued, on Page 5)


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I Law in the Making I 19

With the turn of the year a new Congress-the .77th-began its job of

determining what shall be the laws jf this nation. It's a long and some

times rough road between the introduction of a bill in one of the houses

of Congress and its enactment into law. These pictures tahe you over Water Added

that road. This particular bill is the Vinson bill, authorizing the "construction Diner-Take this coffee, waiter

or acquisition. oj naval aircraft." We take it as an example. Washington, D. C. It's like mud.


The January Reader's Digest has U. S. INTERVENTION ground this morning.
a piece about the situation in Alaska In talks with his close advisers '

They tell of the Japanese laun- recently, the President has revealed A hen Is the only creature on

dryman there who was very popular I a much more confident opinion of earth who can sit still and pro

with everyone But when he the outcome of the war in Europe. duce dividends.

died, he was buried in the uniform I This conference_ rests partly upon

of a commander of ,the Japanese the belief that Hitler, and Nazi officials
About Turn
Navy! The New York cinema '
generally, are greatly worried
"You do well
keep car
critics, who gave Chaplin's film a over the possible entry of the "
drubbing, have just selected his per United States into the war, and! are '
I "It's only fair. My car keeps
formance in it as the best of the acquiring a genuine respect for what "
well cleaned too.
year The appeasers want you ,I the United States is accomplishing rae ,

to handle the dictators with kid I in the way of national defense.

gloves It's more sanitary to I Hitler, Roosevelt has told his REALITY

handle them with rubber ones friends, had the greatest scorn for

The Nazi propagandists make a I Britain under Chamberlain, and for

great to-do about the fact that Eng i France. For some time, ,also, Hitler
land hasn't paid her war debt had the same idea about the

The Chicago editorial writers, how United States. The President
""',: : i'w"' "' >>>';'fr" .w.f"T' .w<<' 'VN"' O W con
ever, point out that England has fides that as far as he has been able
paid back half of it so far-more Debut of a Bill Ref Carl HR9848. William L McDermott I to ascertain, Hitler regarded him

than any other debtor nation Vinson of Georgia, chairman of Jr., bill clerk of the House, puts a just as another Chamberlain.

Germany has never paid a penny of I House Naval Affairs committee, number on the resolution-HR- But now intelligence reports from

its debt C. R. Hunter's theme drops a, resolution into the "hop, 9848.. The "H. R." is for "House I' Germany indicate that Hitler's opinion

song for the isolationists: "PleaseGo table the Resolutioji." Resolutions indicate of the United States has '
!" per, at the Speaker's in changed Poetic Boarder-Oh, had I the,
'Way and Lemme Sleep House of Representatives first legislation of temporary nature. to one of respect and even fear. Wings of a dove.

step in the making of a law.. Bills become continuing laivs. Roosevelt plans to make the most Other-Better be satisfied with
According to G. K. Chesterton, of this psychological factor, and believes that one chicken wing. There's.
"merely having an: open mind is that sending every possible I more meat on it.

nothing. The object of opening the aid to Britain, short of war, will help

mind, as of opening the mouth, is to to do it. He believes this can be Two Figures

shut it again on something solid" done without getting into war, "So you met Marian today?"
In spite of the Third Term and though he acknowledges privately
"Yes, I hadn't seen her for 10( .
other gloomy comments, U. S.Gov'tBonds that it carries risks. years." '

are the safest investment not Most,risky American project would "Has she kept her girlish fig

only here but everywhere in the be to convoy merchant ships across ure?"

world The records prove that the Atlantic, and so far Roosevelt "Kept it?' She's doubled it."
Hitler has given the world his sol has refused to commit himself, I __

emn assurance (no less than eighteen though this is what the British need

times) that he desires no Euro most desperately. However, some

pean territory which he later con of his advisers continue to be strongly How To Relieve

quered America has had all for it, and believe they have madea
the troubles Europe has had. A denton the President.

revolution, a civil conflict, famines, What they argue is this: The Bronchitis

depressions, plagues, etc But United States cannot be attacked as
through it all America has never lost
long as the war continues to rage in
its precious freedom Ed Howe's "','=".>....Vo,_,, ._ ..,........,,>="'.,"'___ _.=-.,_ Europe and the British fleet remains Creomulsion relieves promptly because
it goes right to the seat of the
grand line: "Instead of loving your afloat. Therefore since cannot loosen and expel
we trouble to help
enemies, treat your friends a little Next milestone on the bill's journey is at the desk of Lewis Deschler, be attacked, we can get into the germ laden phlegm, and aid nature

better." parliamentarian of the House, an encyclopedia of legislative procedure, war to any degree we like-without to soothe and heal raw, tender, inflamed

who sits at the Speaker's table during sessions. Mr. Deschler decides sending an expeditionary force. bronchial mucous mem
branes. Tell your druggist to sell you
The N. Y. Times' ass't managing which House committee will get the resolution. Should Germany declare war on a bottle of Creomulsion the understanding

editor is Neil MacNeil He recently the United States, these Roosevelt you must*like the way it

wrote ,a corking book about advisers urge, we can merely con quickly allays the cough or you are
newspapers in which he praised the tinue with our present support to to have your money back.

accuracy of the Times over and over Britain. Business would proceed I CREOMULSION

again Recently MacNeil's name about as usual, since the Nazis :I for Couzhs: ,Chest Colds,Bronchitis
appeared in the Times-spelled would be powerless to cross the ,Atlantic

wrong. The radio section of to attack the United Statesat -

.' that gazette not long ago devoted least until Great.Britain fails. Up II Joy Is Riches ....

'-'much space to,the broadcasters who until that time, they figure that declaring Joy is the happiness of love; it

had made the greatest popularity war on the United States is love exalting;' it is love aware

strides during the year Every would be about the last thing the of its own felicity, and resting in

branch of the radio business was Nazis could do. riches, which it has no fear of-

mentioned, except newscasters I exhausting; it is love taking a

One of them, in a year, went from GUARDING THE PRESIDENT I view of its treasures, and surrendering

9.4 to 21.6, according to the surveyors itself to bliss without fore
No public of the President
who check the listeners appearance boding.-J. Hamilton.
receives more elaborate advance
precautions than when he

makes a speech or attends a dinner
The other morning some well- iF RHEUMATIC PAIN
in a hotel. Secret Service men virtually
meaning strangers encountered our
turn the place inside out.
unmarried son of 5, and instead of And now HR-9848 is delivered to Chairman Vinson, having decided If you should happen to be regis TRY!

talking to him about his toys and Robert H. Harper, a clerk of the to call a hearing, checks the tered at the hotel, the Secret Servicemen C 2223

things little boys are interested in House Naval Affairs committee. resolution with Commander 1. C. will find out all about you, your Be''
most-they spoke of his father'snewspaper
Many copies are run off. Bogart. business in the city, where you came,
and radio activities 60'S.il.AT DRUGGIST
from and where you are going.
As if he hasn't enough on his mind
Here is the procedure for guarding
"I wish they hadn't mentioned
the President when he arrives:
those things, we told Steve Hanni- i Sign of Wisdom
The day before he is to appear,
gan, "my son always thought I was White House Secret Service Chief The most _manifest sign of 'wisdom

a great man" -and now look what's Edmund W. Starling carefully inspects is a continual cheerfulness;
happened! Steve
was reminded every foot of the route her state is like that of things in
of the time when Jim Farley's
through the hotel and the chamber the regions above the, moon, always
little boy startled him with
used for the meeting. Next the clear and serene.-Mon
this: "Pop he said do
"why people
guest register is inspected. All taigne.
go around saying that you are a
guests whom hotel officials can'tvouch
great man?
for personally are quietly
"I don't think I'm a great man,"
checked by Starling's men. In
said Farley."I up GRAY RAIDS
addition, the management must'sub ,
don't either, was the retort.
mit complete information about all Do you like them? If not, get a bottle ofi
employees. i, Lea's Hair Preparation, it is guaranteed to
make hairs a color so close to the
THINGS I KNEW ALL ALONG If the President is attending a natural your color gray; the color they were before

(But which you never knew 'til now) dinner, and extra waiters are need turning gray, or the color of your hair that
that or your
has not turned gray you
The man who said: "Give me ed, Secret Service ,agents get a friends can't tell the difference or your

Liberty or give me Death!" owned "line" on the ones employed. money fertnc refunded.what color It your doesn't hair make is and any it.dif is-

twenty slaves. Debate In due course hear Read,in Session After making Sleuths, dressed as guests, are strategically so simple to use-Just massage a few directions drops
upon the scalp for a few days per
-1 ings are heard on HR9848. Here a few changes, the committee reported posted all over the banquet like thousands are doing.
When you hear the rumba crews L. B. Johnson Texas HR-9848. hall. When the President enters and Your druggist has Lea's Hair Preparation
Rep of member favorably on
or can secure a bottle for you, or a ....
shout: "A-loo-bay, chongo! -it's a the Naval committee clerk leaves an "invisible" cordon of regular dollar bottle of Lea's Hair Preparation
of Affairs Roger Galloway, reading ,
form of "Hy, dee-ho!" That guards surrounds him. Nothing is will be sent you, postage paid bs
is having hi* say.AuthorBooster. reads it in session. us. upon receipt of one dollar cash P. O.
very fast song they sing called: left to chance. money order or stamps. (Sent COD 12c

"Blem-Blem-Blem" comes from the /t'h% >" "' Mn..'.'.t.N: ,.0.' O"H YH=., ";m., Mm.u'-' extra)* INC.
rhythm of the five opening notes, to Calendar No.1809 MERRY-GO-ROUND Box 2055 Tampa FlaO

wit: "Blem-blem-blem. Bl m- TMIo1IESS H. R. 9848 'It may be news to isolationist lead

blem" and sets the rhythm, to wit: ers in and out of congress but Kath- ,

"One-two-three. One-two." ryn Lewis, daughter of John L. Lewis I
is telling friends that her father
J.u. Ie(kplati..cIo)1Ar S3)),1WO II
When a mosquito bites you the !Ut4 twin.0:1."rmllo U> the United States out of ,
fluid he injects is Quinine. T 11(fcpj.ll J.j,U.T 29)),1MOB : keeping
.pal.4 by Ur.Wjux,wilbat ......-. war.
... .... ..
In Mexico, among the upper I""" put _m u t l rt- IoIJ Confidential reports from U. S. j Would BearuI

classes trade agents in Mexico are that Nazi
courtship is an involved
formance. A young man paces per the AN ACT Germany is not only underselling

sidewalk across from the house of To inthorizt he construction or icqmiilion ot naval aircraft,ILconttnclion American-made surgical instruments
his love until her family investigates : of certain public works,and(or other purpose' *. but the money is being used There was a time in America ,

him. If he is acceptable he may 1 Bl it auiettd ly&4 Scnatt and ZTou*Tlrpranlo- to finance propaganda operations in when there were no set prices.
the United States. Several big
stand in front ofthe house and talk 2 1i"1 Ot V.\ltd Siala cf America in Cmjrtft asfcmVtd
to the checks received by Dr. Manfred Each merchant charged what
girl through the window. But t Hat the PraidtDt ot the tToilt4 State u hereby anthoriud
not until the engagement is official Zapp, head of the Nazi Trans-Ocean he thought "the traffic would
1 la icqum or conjunct: n vil aiijihnM' and ltglH Mli' ir5 >- Service drawn
he News were OR "prop
may come in. tnk mmiigid lifilrr-lfuin-o'ir craft, and paro put* and aganda credits" in Mexican banks. bear." Advertising came to

Among his colleagues in the GOP the rescue of the consumer.It .
If you'd improve your golf score After the For Defense And here is the cloakroom, Rep. Clare Hoffman,
try eating candy at the 9th hole. Vinson measure was given the first page of HR-9818, calling for Michigan anti-Iaborite, is jestingly led the way to the established
Dr. Paul Michael
reports that after preera light in committee, it went \ the construction or acquisition oj referred to as "Will" because of his prices you pay when
studying thirty male golfers he
found that those who ate luncheon, to the House, where its' author said naval aircraft. It was a long route, fond fancy that he resembles the you buy anything today.
high in fat and sugar, played the 'is piece in its favor. but it is the democratic Ivay. I in late wit.Will Rogers facially and

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SUNDAY l esson- 0 on Various Subjects :.1 '

By HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST. D. D. The Questions The Answers "!
Dean of The Moody Bible Institute I .'
ol Chicago. .
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1. What is the population of 1. The population of Greece is

Greece? 6,204,684. .

: Lessonfor January 19 2. What standards arc used by 2. The Bureau of the Census

the Bureau of the Census in computing rules that any person 10 years of

the number of illiterates in age or older who cannot read or
Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected -
and copyrighted by. International the country? write in any language is an illit-
permission Council of Religious Education. : used by 3. Under what conditions may. a erate.

private in the U. S.' army wed? 3. With his commanding. .officer's.
THE SLIGHTED INVITATION 4. What does a panegyric pieceof permission. '

writing do? 4. A panegyric piece of writing

LESSON TEX1-Luke 141524. 5. "Now God be praised, I die elaborately praises.
GOLDEN TEXT-Come: for all things are
now ready.-Luke 14:17. happy" are the dying words of 5. James Wolfe '(after his vic-

what general? tory at Quebec).
Actions speak louder than words.

l' What a man says is important, butt
r v4in is his life which determines whether -

we accept his words as true. In
spiritual things men have too often
professed to follow Christ but failed

to; do His will. It is the businessof SPEARS

the church to press, home the

necessity of an acceptance of Christ.
\ 9 '' FOLD"STRIPS type of frame that most
; x\ y OF CANVAS amateursuse.
as Saviour which also makes Him ,
,; AND TACK TO ALL jlj You
j can buy the corner
theLord; of our life. OUR SIDES OF FRAME S '
i SEW RUG TO clamps at the hardware store and
ij j I. Pious "Words (v. 15)). 1'X2"CANYAS
fIIYE put the frame together quickly., It

: .. ,,,,, .. .. We do not know whether the man may be the size of your rug or
.b' """' "-"=- '''''''''''<>''h''''''''''''' 'ZJ> ",'m." ;W ," '' JWm.\-.z': who said "Blessed! is
t-kirr: ;;: :;: $;L: .t : he that eateth smaller. If it is smaller, just partof

bread in the kingdom of God," was CLAMP the rug is stretched on the
r .:'- COLD-WEATHER HOSPITALITY expressing the sincere longing of his frame at one time.

[. .'..: (See Recipes Below) heart or merely making: a bit of *" *" *"

. pious conversation. Jesus had just SEWING Book 5 tells you exactly how to(
: What if the radio weatherman : salt. Gradually add milk and cook been dealing with some rather disconcerting prepare the burlap for a hooked rug like

' \ does predict a drop to 10 degrees over boiling water until it is the matters (vv. 1-14)). On REST FRAMEON the one in this sketch and gives much
That of custard about 5 min- EDGE other valuable information on rug hook
below zero! consistency '
such occasions there is usually OF TABLE ing. There is still another hooked rug design -
; % i1 in is no reasn.to utes. Stir constantly during'cook- someone on hand to spoil the effectiveness WORK ROLL AS IS OR THE BACKCOMPLETED in Book 6; also a braided and a cro-
Add softened gelatin to custard cheted rug. Send order to:
/J r put all hospitality ing. of the admonition by utter- OP A CHAIR
cold storage, mixture, stirring until it is com-
ing some religious platitude which
'/,' (1iin Not if our pletely dissolved, then add nutmegand will direct conversation into more TWO.of the _nicest hook rugs I MRS. RUTH WYETH SPEARS

mot her s vanilla. Chill the filling untilit comfortable channels. were made without a 'Drawer 10

have get- is partially congealed. Beat egg Even the sincere frame. Many rug makers like to Bedford Hills New York
togethers even when they had to whites until frothy. Add Vz cup of he had evidently not man made was work this way so that they may Enclose 20c for Books 5 and 6. '

j'" drive the horses through the snow sugar gradually, beating until the arations to be present at that any great prep- turn the work as they do different Name ............................... ,
the whole day! meringue stands in stiff peaks and parts of the design. Then, too,
'j and stay is feast. This appears from the story whenever Address ...............,... ..........
bowl hookers thereis
will not flow when the par- rug meet
r ; I And matter'' how blustery Jesus related in to his I
:; .' so, no response II
' tially inverted. Fold meringue into sure to be an exchange of treas- I
'' : weather clubs will still havel words.II. .
: the
partially congealed custard mixture, ured bits of colored fabrics. In
: ;, their afternoon there will Poor Excuses .
meetings, (vv. 16-20)
...:. .- pour into a baked 9-inch pie shell no time at all,a rug making groupis
be cheerful teas in church parlors, It is not enough that we know
and chill in the refrigerator for 2 meeting and .it is difficult to
: ::. and friends will drop in informally that God has prepared a place of
hours or longer. When ready to carry a frame when one goes visit- StJOSEPilIYORLO'S
..fry'; to spend the evening. If it is warm blessedness, nor does it suffice to
\ serve, spread a thin layer of ing. It is often difficult to find
H ji;f.-.; :' inside and there is fragrant, inviting speak approvingly of ,God's invita-
whipped cream over the top and to put a frame in a
away AT1Dt
FNg food in the offing, the sharpness tion to come; we must accept. God LARGEST SELLER
sprinkle with additional nutmeg. small house or apartment, too.
of the wind won't matter. graciously bids all men to come; but
You can see by this that I rather
., Streusel Coffee Cake. all too many, while willing to admit
\ j You will want to have a few new favor working without a frame
. \ recipes at your fingers' ends to (1 9-inch cake) the desirability of coming and ad- though I know perfectly well thatit
, t, ;. make such cold weather miring it as the ideal thing to do,
,. 1% cups general purpose flour .is more efficient to work with
easy. If you are feeding the club, 3 teaspoons baking powder begin to make excuses. one. Almost all professionals have Nothing for NothingSet

:, using the bridge table method, you V teaspoon salt Observe that the men gave excuses frames that rest on a permanent it down as a fact to which
:: might serve beef Creole in individual not reasons. There is a great base. I have
sketched here the
% cup sugar are no exceptions, that we
:' rice rings, a plate of celery difference. Note also that the excuses -
V\ shortening must labor for all that we have,
p-; hearts, carrot sticks and stuffed olives cup were poor ones. One had a
:' and that is worth
" ./ nothing posses-
1 egg, new possession-a field-which he '
with hot rolls of
,- together your Vatican
,:'. ;< own making. Let the dessert course Vz cup milk "must go but and 'see." The second CurrencyUnder sing, or offering to others, which

'1a:;,:,' be coffee and an eggnog 'pie-a 1 teaspoon vanilla had a business 'matter to care for- the terms of a financial costs us nothing.-Jolm Todd.
trying out oxen he had bought. The convention ratified between the
;; creamy yellow chiffon pie with a Sift flour before measuring.Then .
third had a personal affection he Vatican and Italy in January, 1931,
thin coverlet of whipped cream and sift flour powder salt QUALITY AT A PRICE
baking ,
wanted to foster-a new wife whomhe the Vatican state issues currency. Tho Outstanding Blade Valuo of
,.; a dusting of nutmeg over the top.
and sugar together. Cut in shorten- > KENT Finest Swedish Chrome Steel 1 IoC
could not' leave. Recently, new coins bearing the 7 ainelo or 10 double edge Blados
: :' If you're planning a tea, remember ing with two knives or a pastry The fact is that none of them head and armorial markings of CUPPLES COMPANY, ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI
that hot Russian tea is blender (or rub ,it in with the fin-
super- wanted to come, and these were but Pope Pius XII were put into cir
: fine with cinnamon doughnuts split gers) until the mixture is like coarse
excuses. What man buys a field culation. The Vatican coins are Evil Thought
:r.... and toasted. For informal evening cornmeal. Blend in well-beaten egg without seeing it, or oxen without of the same value, material and Multitudes think they like to do

t. affairs at your own fireside, hot cof-. mixed with milk. Then stir in vanilla trying them? And we agree with dimensions as the Italian coins, the evil;__yet no man ever really en-

,' ,' fee cake with currant jelly and coffee and beat just enough to mix Dr. Morgan that the one who had only difference being in the mint- joyed doing evil since God made

.:14:J! will be. enough to serve. If you well. Pour the batter into a well- married a wife "was the most, fool- ing. the world.-Ruskin.
=::' ::. have a wooden cheese board or a greased 9-inch layer cake pan. I ish of all. Why didn't he take her
; .< handsome plate, show it off with a Sprinkle with streusel topping. Bake I with him? Just excuses." Reader J
;' :'. collection of cheese and crackers 25 to 30 minutes in a moderate oven what is
., excuse keeping you from
; : k and a bowl of assorted fruit like that (375 degrees).
I accepting'God's ? $
< shown in the picture above. m u. yri11E \
.. Pecan Confections.
,." III. Urgent Invitations (vv. 21-24).

, ;',.."';'.,-- "' Russian Tea. (Makes 2 dozen 2-inch cookies) Those who reject. God's invitation

;. .J.: (Makes 14 servings) 1 egg white hurt only themselves, for He will

; .... 1 cup sugar I I 1 cup brown sugar (firmly packed) find guests to fill the banquet hall]

:,.- /'.,. 1 cup water 1 tablespoon flour at the marriage supper of the Lamb.

:'. ... 1 3-inch stick cinnamon 1 cup chopped pecans Let us not 'fail to observe that it

... % cup orange juice ((3 oranges) Beat the egg white until it will is the duty of the Lord's servants

6 tablespoons lemon juice (2 lemons) stand in stiff peaks, then gradually (and that means every' born-again

'. 1 12-ounce can pineapple juice (1% beat in with a rotary Christian) to be diligently about the

..:. C:: r oo God's call. Let us beware that
1% quarts water brown sugar. Stir _
': : / in we do not miss that point by utter- .
1 cup strong tea infusion flour, salt and ; c f: {
ing some pious platitudes about soul-
: ', 1 lemon (for garnishing) chopped pecans.
t', Drop the mixture winning, and then failing to do any-
: Boil 1 cup of the water, with sug- C from the tip of thing to reach others.It .

,--; ar and _stick___n cinnamon_n___ for 5 min- a onto is the first business of every

,,; utes. Add juice of greased spoon cooky Christian who reads these lines to'be

J oranges, lemons, sheets, spacingthe engaged in personal soulwinning.If .
1 '
,/ and pineapple you want to do it and do not know
i cookies at The'smoke of slower-burning Camels gives -
) juice. Boil orange least 2 inches apart. Bake in a how to start, I shall be glad to send you
j. .'.,. and lemon rinds a very slow oven ((275 'degrees) for you free, a copy of "Lessons in Soul-

1 in % quart of the 25 minutes. Cool somewhat, then Winning," by Dr. Will H. Houghton. EXTRA EXTRA EXTRA
I water for 3 min-
remove from the tin onto a cake The important matter is that we get
.j utes. Strain and busy giving out these invita-
l I1 cooler covered with waxed paper.
combine with the tions.It .
fruit juice mix- Board. is the first business of the unconverted '

l'; ture. .Add_the remaining 1 3-ounce package cream cheese to accept that invitation.

i quart 1 4-ounce package Liederkranz Dare you refuse? In one of his last -

of water. Set aside. Just before cheese meetings in Kansas City, Dwight L.

serving, heat the fruit juice mix- 1 8-ounce package Swiss cheese Moody graphically portrayed the invitation -

ture and combine with the tea in- 4 1%-ounce wedges of Camembert referred to in our lesson.In .

fusion. To make the infusion, pour cheese closing his message he pointed.

one cup of rapidly boiling water 12 radishes to the wall of the auditorium and
over 4 level teaspoons of tea. Let
Crackers seemed to be writing out a reply to
; steep 3 minutes, then stir briefly the invitation. He first wrote a note
and strain. Serve the tea hot in Arrange as desired on a large
the final
declining, words being, "I 1
plate or wooden cheese
tall glasses or cups (% cup to a tray. pray thee have me excused." He

.: serving) and garnish each with a Rice Rings. said, "Would you sign that, young 4

: slice of lemon. 3 cups cooked rice (hot) man? Would you, mother? Would

Eggnog Pie. 3A teaspoon salt you come up to the reporter's table, I

P 1 tablespoon unflavored gelatin 1 tablespoon butter take a pen and put your name down than the average of the 4 other largest.f,

J/4 cup cold water 2 egg yolks to such an excuse? I doubt if thereis I selling cigarettes tested-less than any

3 one here who would sign it. It of them-according to Independent scientific
4 eggs tablespoons cream
is loving God inviting to
a you a tests of the smoke Itself.
1 cup sugar Add salt and melted butter to feast and God is not to be mocked.Go .

J/2 teaspoon salt cooked rice. Beat egg yolks with play with the forked lightning,

J/fe cup milk cream and stir into rice mixture. go trifle with pestilence and disease,

% teaspoon nutmeg Grease 6 individual ring molds and but trifle not with God." CAMELTHE

1 teaspoon vanilla pack rice in firmly. Place in pan
Blind Bigot
lk cup whipping cream of hot water for 8 to 10 minutes.
No blinder bigot, I maintain it
Let gelatin soak in cold water for Remove from molds and fill centers still, than he who must have pleasure SLOWER-BURNING''

5 minutes. Beat egg yolks until with beef creole. come what will.-William Cow $a
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.GE"'ppUR' -. THE. CLEWISTON'NEWS ... 'f ... '..
_.'f.- : '":' :":-:' .A FRIDAY. .J NUAR.Y1'1: 1O41
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News' : IQ, he, Garden, Club., The City has 1 Logan .....................135 136. ted;:V able -- ; '
,The Clewiston ; on space is expected by officials
.. rented the north and east wingsof Kolstad .................113 : i >> b4 i
; ; l' : ; tp be taken long before, the
the administration building; will Oliver .......;....u........ 125 I \ are gate!
Published every Friday In Clewis ton, use the north wing of its offices, Total ........::.:.......'..683 688 i --. .lchap G \ 27th. .' open Monday, Jan. n
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS 0 and will make the east wing available Merchants j '-

Inc. for a public library and community 1 Martin ................ .... 146 156 14 175 r
'JE.rt 0 center. The Garden Clubis McGehee .................. 150 148 a.grown Par Clerk's, Salary .Cut- -'
KEATI'LEY'DOWDEN' EditorEntered taking over the responsibility I Schroeder ................. 140 150 .12 held ,
(and it's a huge one) of organizingand Stone .......................124 The .$50 Per Month
as second class mall matter! maintaining the library. YOU'll.. Charley.........:......... 175 football
February 1, 1927, at the Post OfOce, In be called on to help with Total................... 725 788 --;-' .-
Clewiston, Florida. under: the Act. lot library and the community center, used (Hendry I County News- )
March 3, 1897.Subscription feed,
no doubt. That's the answer toeveryone's I Games January 9th '.J The new board of county com
prayer since the begin- ". Engineers FFA missioners began, a programof
Rate $::.00 Per Year. ning of the City of Clewiston. _We Clark .......:;.......:..:.154' 144 in : economy' by trimming $50 a monthoff

,Advertising! Hate On Application hope there'll be plenty of volunteers -.I' Cuttino .................. 96 FFA. the' salary of Circuit Clerk Wil-
for every job, and we hope Thomas ......_..........143 127 liam T. Hull. His estimated. net
Devoted to the advancement and welfare there won't be a single refusal. If Miller .....................124 87 I income is $3,500 a year.
of Clewis ton and Hendry County.: someone asks you to do somethingand Smith ...................... 131 109 edition R. M. Harris will receive. $5 a
I yo'u are unable to do that, Curry ...................... 112 at month for his services a_. juvenile
volunteer for something else in its TOTAL ................638 579 judge. This is combined with his
A COMMUNITY ASSET : place. There's plenty for us .all. Affilliates avail office of county judge. ''
Lovvorn .................120 119 .
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The new community center P. s.-The Red Cross is makingan Swayne ...................:128 139
which has been provided by the city effort to complete its roll call Rosenberg ..__.........132 125 : .;..:..:;..:..:..:.:..:..: :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:--:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:..:..:..:..:..:...:...

commission in the old administra= quota and send in its report. Why Weaver ...................124 111 ._. 4ii
tion building fills a long-felt need don't you drop a dollar to Mrs. Lanier .................... 94
in Clewiston and should prove, in! Patterson? She'd appreciate it. Owen ........................ 117 : ..- f1 '

the ;years to come, one of the city's TOTAL ................598 611
;greatest assets. Engineer .Team

This is particularly true of its Kiwanis

use as a dance hall for the younger Finally Wins GameIn Miner ......:: ....._____..139 178 ii

people- of the community and Tippey .................... 110 173
the provision for a public library Pin Tourney Doke .........__.......... 106
space. Certainly parents should Markette ................ 149 132 /
feel very grateful that a place is Wilcox ...................150 116 ) _
provided for their sons and daugh- The U. S. Engineers team broke Lawrence ..............? 147 : NOT BORN IN +
ters to dance at slight cost here in into the win column in the local TOTAL ......:.....__.. 654 770 re"I: AMERICA NAY BECOME :(
town which will go a long way toward i bowling tournament on Thursday Merchants ;::; PRESIDENT '. t_

preventing them from pat- ::night of last week when they took Schroeder .._..,__...... 124 ua- tEe Fu1WE V
ronizing the roadhouses or "jooks" one game from the Affiliated team.It Driggers ...............173 115 : PSELEDENT 7EE U iA.DF V V
of the area. Almost every boy and was their first win in. fifteen Charley ........_.__.....167 170 :(.
girl learns to dance and is goingto starts but having tasted victory Martin ..................131 150 :
dance. If a prate is provided contend that they will be hard to George ...__.......1'....... 205 136 .:.
where dances can be held, in a down in future matches.: McGehee ....._............ 126 .
healthy, wholesome atmospherethey The Kiwanis team took a tumbleon TOTAL ...............800 697 i'r' I .:. .,
will go there to dance. But if Tuesday night when it lost two it ._

the place is not provided they will out of three games to Clewiston FFA Plans Visit } .t.
go elsewhere. We believe the Motors and went into a tie'with the 1 .t.
youngsters of Clewiston _<'W-i.ll "cooperate Sugar Office team for second place, To Tampa : 11.1':1.: m :i:
in every way and will enjoy) I as the' office took two out of three ..
to the fullest extent the new dance. from,' the Commissary team. A
( nation on Page Eight) ;:.
which provided.And
floor being *-'',All matches last night were rained The Clewiston Chapter of

the value of a public Ji rari' lout and will be played at a later Farmers of America is planning :: start savings account *
need not be commented upon. Al- date. trip to the South Florida ..
ready a large number: ofvvolumes'have '-The standings after Tuesday Fair at Tampa, which is 'held t
been donated and 'wfthin avery night's matches saw the Merchants February 4 to February 15, :: Added to consistently, :_: y

short time this should be built team far out in front with the the boys of this chapter will t
into one of the finest small city I Kiwanis and Office teams tied for, pete with boys' from 118 :_: days come, there's money ::

libraries In the state. second place and the Commissary, chapters in the state in .t.t

Truly' community has acquired -i City. Clewiston Motors, Affiliatesand judging and in judging fruits ; :.. Your funds 'are In- ..
a great asset through the city I Engineers trailing in the order vegetables.The .'.
,commission's generosity. named. judging is to be done :: .;.

Scores, not including Tuesday February 8th and the boys X
night's matches are' as follows: Clewiston ,will leave on the
. . .
;M..:NN MN NN, :NN, :NNNH, :NN, N M:NNNM N NN, and spend the entire following
Games Dec. 31st and Jan. 2nd at the fair.
Clewiston MotorsE.
The Clewiston Chapter also,
:. RAMBLINGS. E. Kelly..........133 116 167 .f
l .
pects to enter teight .,dozen eggs i 1 I I ., .
GBestor': .....T.: ......... 158 '173' 136R. : :;: ( ,:(
B. B. the Future Farmer, Egg Show
By Kelly. .................. 126 138J. '
the fair. Of the $200 set up
Waters .....:.....:..-1'02 138C.
... ........ .......................... .... ... I Ift the State Department of
: : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : :+: : :oo: : .: Nail .................145 127 136 '
ture for this egg show $80.00

should I Collier .......;..._.....:.... 90 I be distributed in 'prizes: The .:..:..:..:..:..:.; :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.;
Parents give particulirheed L. Kelly .........:...... 136 i
to the urgent warning issued r Total ................__ 664 642 715 i!
by Principal Turk this week regard- U. S. S. Comm.
ing the health, of school children. !I Hayes .......:.............164 Dept.125 142J. ..............;.......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... .............................................wN -w
With a wide-spread epidemic of influenza ( Walters .............102 138 : :. :N :..:N:N:N:M:N:NN:N:NN:N::..:..N:N:N H:M:H:N:N:N:..:N:N:N:N N N NN N N:N:.:N H N 1:1:N. N N..:..:N N N:.:ti..:H N:N:..:N:N:N:N:N N:N:N N:N N N N N N:N.1

(fortunately a mild type) Oliver .....................113 105 1=111 ow t..?.:.

Clewiston has escaped with a small .Logan ,..............: ....138' 145 116 :::!: :. ...... ;, ., ::::
percentage of cases compared to Kolstad .................i.135 133 '101 y

other communities and localities. Bass ......... .............. 98 + yy
The school in Moore Haven closed Total ......:..::....::1586 665 582 ..i'i.11. '" 1 ENJOY AN .c,'." ::tt...:

this week because of the prevalenceof ,, .
influenza among the pupils.. and U. S. S. Office :j :. : 'f \ n

teachers. Von Mach ................138 149 168
. Principal Turk's plea is simple. Bell .....................:.... 167 138 113 ..:....::.. _,"i::-'j'-., -,., :" :'
""If your child has 'a cold keep him Wilson ...................172 120 122 .:.. ; 't"t.
:;::i: :: / :, ::::
< : :
at home and away from other Crochet ..............--.. 87 190 '
children." This is a warning that Ward ......................150 148 141 ..i'...+. : "";. HOME t,.".., ..i"t'." .
should be heeded at all times, but Shelley ...__.............'... 111 I .:..:. ,.i" ::'

'especially now when influenza is Total ...:.....:.......714 666 734 l ....t. ,.. .yy:"c.
i..f... p
prevalent. The "flu" may be a .-, .City. 3.:1: AI' yy.t"c' 0(

simple type, and your child may. Pape ............... 82 134 yy
have it but lightly and throw it I Crawford .......__..__..152. 158 136 .t..c. .V....
aside in a few: days. But if he exposes Allen .................... 101 144 109 :;::: Electricity is the modern servant ; a servant that ::::
a weaker child, and the 'weak- Charley................130 130 c c
er child contracts flu, the results. Small u...............:...112 123 98 ::::=: takes care of both the work and the pleasures .of the ::::

may be far different. Boone ......__.............. 105 135 ':: :
:i::: home and one that will do everythiIjg'quickly efficient-
Total ....................587 660 612. ss.
.C..t. ..
The younger generation was having I I ...;. ly and economlca II y. ..+
fun the other day. Some of Kiwanis I .. Vy
the boys found a small 'gator alongside Lawrence ...............125 126 149 i .f'.C.
the lateral canal near the ridge Tippey ............__..__.. 92 135 140 itt;* One penny will toast ,26 crunchy. slices of toast, or :;:.:::

section. One was set to watch it Markette .........:.....124 126 165 :: give two hours of safe reading light
3i: your eyes or operate : ::
while others called up reinforce Wilcox ...................146 137 144 ;;
ments. When the entire brigadewas Doke ....._..............:... 150 144 141 :_::_: your radio for most of a day-and-ELECTRICITY is **

at hand an attack was made, Total.................637 668 739 that
and the enemy was demolished. Affilliates :2 i::!: one thing that gets cheaper the more of it :you use. :,k: Y
t t
:Maybe someone will get a little Knight ..:................141 111 133 .c' :'

.alligator.:At last bag reports or belt Bobby out Broadfootwas of that. Swayne Rosenberg.... 145 130 149 129 162 142 :.s.:::i: That is why it is so easy to have and enjoy a home :.t..c.;::;:

doing the ,dissecting before an Lanier ............:..;;...... 123. 90 147 .:.::: that all electric and modern. f.;.
admiring throng. It was a 2 % Lovvorn ....:::::.. :. 96 127 165 ,y,,:, .yy
foot 'gator. Total..::.............. 635 606 749 : .c"c'y y
...... .c 's.
---- .'..:. .'.'
Who was it said: the things you Clewis ton Motors .:..', '-. ..tt''.'

like best are either illegal, immoral, E. E. Kelly '.. 167 107 118R. :!::: :'''i t ELECTRICITY IS YOUR CHEAPEST' SERV- :!:::

or fattening? ..-' I Kelly .......__. ...... 124 142 xX ixff
G, Bestor .........:;.....158 143 189 ++
The many of us who failed to J.-- Walters .............151 125
:attend the free lecture at the school : C. Nail 153 103 17S :::!: ANT-USE IT EXTRAVAGANTLY. :::::i

building missed an evening of de- Collier ....-.L..:.......: 103L. AA_
lightful and instructive entertain- ,Kelly................. 85 ..::....;:.. \.. -- J .4...c..:..
ment. Those who attended were Total .:..............:;: 753 519. 750 y .
enthusiastic .in their praise of Mrs ..'.' .J..t.
', : ( .t .:..:. .C..f.
Miles' talk and her beautiful ill- Pape ..?:;.,......:.__:.._.._.170. 108 _. :: :

ustrations." "It was a revelation to' Griffin .......:...........147 210 120 .#..... AV .#;..
me, said one listener who has Crawford .__.........._.125 156 y AYX

lived here for many years and is Allen .....................155 139 152 }
"herself quite familiar with Florida's Charley .........._.....__.136 151 '

flora and don't fauna.make If that you didn't complaintthat attend Small Boone .._.................... HO 141 152 I fi Glades Power and Light Co if

is heard in all small towns Total.................733 708 731
"there's nothing to do here." .:..:. .J'lt
'* '\ '"i' .', :t.C:

And the best inkling of news In Hayes ..Comm.....--........Department...... J5C 149 156 :::::: ff tV

many a day was contained in the Bass _................._..129 125 i A .
letter ...... .. .............. .......... .... ........................................ ...... ............. . . . xV
from the City Commissioners Waters ................... : : :--: : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : :-: : : :-: : : : : : : ':":":":":":":":":. "''''''''''.... ..............''.........::.
151 153 142 :":,,:,,:,,:,,:,,:,,:,,:,,:,,:,,p ,:,,:,,:":":":'.'..:..:..:..:..:..:..:+.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..: ..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..;,.:..:..:..:..:.:.:.:.:.:..:.:..:..:.:..:.:.:..:.:..:..:



IT 1041 _.OLi; K".l9CW8!

j r .,,- .... .-" -.... .- ..- --- ,- ,
"Mr. and Mrs. Dean King, Miss large to hold :up but not a bit. too walls, also of. plywood, will ,be ''varnished -- Jng--together whose income.
gross .
Julia:Oglesby'' and, Pat McGehe'e large for Billy.' in" a, natural' shade. Flo6r& for 494f{).;;was $2000 or' 'more, and ';!;
were:'among"; tHe Clewiston residentswho The sweaters are royal blue and are also being sanded and varnish: for single persons and others whose .
f- Personals j I enjoyed the air meet in Mi- the letters are a bright gold witha ed. gross' -incomewas $800 or more. :;:-

T"i ami:during the week-end. royal blue edging. 'This marks The church was ,started about Additional returns will be filed j
1'''' ', the final closing (of'" football season two and a half years ago, and has through the Florida office as a result -i

,Friends of Mrs. C. L. Moran, until next year when we hope to, been built as money was available.It oL_the establishment of Army "';

j :Mrs. Vivian Smith spent Sunday who-'has' been ill for the ,past few have even more enthusiasm 'shownby is now complete except for. newfurnishings : and Navy camps through the state :

visiting relatives in South Bay. weeks, are glad to learn that sheis':1'mproving. the team members and the stu- ,which will likely be Collector Fahs stated. The filing .

at 'the hospital at her' dents and townspeople. added as, soon as possible. : period began January 3rd and ends
home in Milledgeville, Ga. ( I at midnight ( .:.
Saturday March 15.
Mrs. John Tyson of St. Cloud is BUSINESS COURSE '\, ,y' )
the guest of her daughter, Mrs. M. Two NegroesContinued ;':. The, West Palm Beach office,
N Wilhelm'
Mr, and Mrs.; Jos. ; : f covering
eight counties, including
:: -vO.: : Galigher. and Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Cressly of Miss Knight, commercial instructor ,:: 'Hendry, will be 'open at room 208

Peoria, Ill., are spending a few in Clewiston school, has 'converted ( trom Page 1) ", ", :Post: Office Building, West Palm
' / -Rev. H. C. Meador is attending' a days in Clewiston. Mr, Wilhelm is second year shorthand class f*,* Beach between
first classification. 8:30 a. m. and
- Baptist, Church assembly' In DeLand- a nephew of J. G. Allhands. into a business office. A regular noon each
All Indians will be classified day except Sunday until
this week.
business such as is carried on in '
March 3rd.
aliens After :March 3rd, the
I. D. Misses offices throughout the world is since the Seminoles have
Mr. and Mrs. Leydig, car office will be
Scotti of New York City never officially become citizens of open until 4 each afternoon -
M.: H. Marion Leydig: Florence Graham ried on in this period. and
was 'a' visitor here for several days and Roberta Spicer made a trip Different students hold different the United States; All were forcedto open until on March 15th will remain -

,-) this week. around Lake' .Okeechobee Sundayafternoon positions every day. During the register but none will be in-' ties on duty will be midnight.J. Denham Depu-Bird

:'':: course of the, day, applications for ducted. and J, H. Maloy, Jr. "
'\: ; Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Carruth of positions are received, applica'ntsinterviewed More than eighty negroes and

:dtj; Lobdell, La., are spending a few Mrs. L. L. Johnson of Lansing, and are rejected or about sixty whites have filled out Mr., Maloy stated to the News
t7; days here at the Inn. hired their questionnaires and most of these that at some future and suitable
:.. Mich., is arriving today for an extended according to ability or
r,". .\U't., ___ I!I visit with her sister-in-law, inability. have been placed in Class 3-A, those time-either late in February or
cry. C. V. Parkinson and J. E. Beards- Mrs. A. R. Broadfoot and Mr. During the past week a series of men with dependents. .* early in March, he will spend one
:; business visitors in West day at the Clewiston Post Office to
" '. _3'r" ley were Broadfoot.? questionaires has been sent out by
Palm Beach Wednesday. ;4: ut :: < :: :.* '_;:...- I all the students and have been Only One Blank assist their local returns.taxpayers in makingout

'> Mrs i. and Mrsu F. A. Flanders and1lritid answered by other students in the

Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Lanier were I.is. J.. M. Couse and Miss I school. A careful analysis of these For Income Tax --------- ---- -
visitors Sunday in West Palm:; 'Ser na }Gram of Moore Haven attended :: I opinions has been recorded and a FOR
SALE-Used band instruments
Beach. -Mrs, Miles' lecture on native few of them are listed below. -
cornets, clarinets
Florida trees, flowers and shrubsat On Education it was decided that: A statement that will assist those saxo-
e I phones, etc., $10.00 For
Rodman Wallace spent Tuesday the school building Wednesday. The honor system should be usedin who are required to file individualor ticulars C. C.
see Klutts.
night in Okeechobee with Mrs. Wal- ,, \ high school. corporation income tax returns 5t.

',', lace and their two sons. 'Mr.I Laud, Mrs. Willard Dilley of That a student is sometimes this year was made this week to

Greenville,,. .Pa.. moved this week i justified in leaving high school be- The News by J. H. Maloy, Jra HOUSE FOR RENT-New
:Mr. and Mrs Phannon O'Bannon. to :Clewiston. Mrs. Dilley is employed fore he or she has finished their deputy collector in the West Palm ished five-room

and baby moved this week to in' the real estate office of full 4-year course. Beach office. Returns must be fireplace bugalow with
X "'" and portecochere.. $30.00
Okeechobee to reside. J..' E. Beardsley and Mr. Dilley by That teachers should allow pu- filed by midnight March 15th, and month under lease. Bishop-Wilson

the. United:.'States_ Sugar Corpora- pils to talk to a certain extent. many individuals and> corporationshave Lumber
I F. L. Williamson and Mrs. Pat=: tion._vv-: ..-';,., I 'On Personal matters it was de- already received their blanks Company.

ten were business visitors in West, .. ';:J ,::,. ,- cided that: through the mail.

;.'. Palm Beach Tuesday. "': Mrs.- L.. M. Oliphant, who has Brunettes were preferred to "This year individual and cor FOR RENT-2 small houses torrent

"\ I ,been,.::.visiting her daughter, Mrs. blondes. poration income tax returns wilLbe at-Bare Beach. Pete Chagaris,
-' .. Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Schroeder and; R...C.. .Wilson, and Mr. Wilson since That red fingernail polish is all made on original only, no 'duplicate Clewiston Bar.Johnson's.

,: .' son, Joe, spent the week-end in Christmas' left Sunday for her homein right. being required" is the announcement -

Tampa. Marietta! Ga. Mr. and Mrs. Wil- A girl should be allowed to have 'made by John L. Fahs, collector I

'son"'',accompanied her to West Palm "dates" when she is 15 years old. of the United States' Internal Fish Camp

..,: Mrs. T. B. Shelley of 'Miami visit- Beach.J. That nothing is gained and a Revenue in Florida, after hei had Liar,

ed Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Kelly Sat- certain loss is maintained by high received many, inquiries by persons : ; (wear Hurricane Gate) -

urday. F. Curry left Monday for school girls smoking. who received their forms, thX9Jghthemailslastweek.For.the.r.pa.s; 1 f, Clewiston, Fla.
Y I West Palm Beach where she was On Cultural Matters it was de- :,
=Boats 'and
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Mills and :1 I Motors-Guide Service
cided that: t .
sent for two month's transfer
a by three years the department had required : ,
'Rates Reasonable
:; sons, Gene and Bub, spent the I the U. S. Engineer office. Mr. Swing was preferred' to"-classical forms to be filed in djipli- L'.' *

(, week-end at Fort Denaud. ; Curry is engaged in setting up the music. late, and, the persons receiving only 'I'W.-, 'H. Johnson, Mgr.MECHANICAL .

;" ; 1 13 office routine for the new airbasea'nehr It is never correct for a boy to one blank this year thought an
-3 Wilbur: Goff and son, Troop, of
: West, Palm Beach.WILLnfG'WORKERS be rude to a lady under any con- error had been made.
-i Key West spent the week-end with I ditions. ,
"' I Collector Fahs reiterated a warning -
j'\ '. friends in ClewistonMiss _,
.\ ,", ,......:.....- ELECT NEWOFFICERS' I I against too long a delay in fil- STRUCTURi'LARcmTECTURAL
AT MONTHLY MEET RADIO PROGRAM ing returns this year because of
f;" .
Eva Grantham of Orlando '
< ;-',' .---- the heav;increase expected due. to
,.;:- here with her ''
this week
Thursday morning the Senior Maps Estimates
The Willing Workers, Class of the 'changes in the tax law: .
\ sister, Mrs. R. W. Hall. the Community Sunday School held Class received a treat during their The increase in number of, 'returns JOHX H. DOTY

Us monthly business and social English period. The radio was is expected to come mostly Engineering Consultant
":-. John R. Butler, vocational ,agriculture meeting. at'the home, of the teacher brought over and we listened to as a result 6f the requirements of
teacher in the Fort .Myers: Hopkins Bldg. Clewibton, 'Fla.
; H. Lanier, Monday returns from married persons'-
",,.::: .:-' High School, visited Joel ,Keen her@: t e4vening. MjK'Thefollowing AIR. This program- was about a

Wednesday.' afternoon... '-->? ,,. ,: : : : new, ,officers were young: lady who left.. England and ,
..:.:. I
7' ; "
elected: came to, America for freedom. It L'eDlles'
Dr. and Mrs. James Clarke of;*. = "Carline ,Berner, president. told of the fight between the Whigs : Glasses Fitted! and Scientifically Repaired Broken Duplicated

: Nashville, Tenn., spent several days Jane Sharp, vice president. and. Tories for freedom of Amer- PREPAREDNESS PROGRAMFOR I .DR.' P, D. GUDBAUR '

here this 'week as the guests of Mr. Patricia Bailey, secretary.Jo ica from the mother country. The BETTER BAKING! Optometrist
and Mrs. Miles Thomas. Anne Crouch, treasurer. program was greatly'enjoyed by Phone IDS :5 Collier Arcade
all 'and looking forward to Fort 3Iyer Florida
we are
After the election of officers and Successor to K. H. Oakleyj.
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Lawrence and other business, a social hour was hearing the program again in the )

Mr. and Mrs. Zerney :Meredith were I,enjoyed.: Mrs. Lanier, assisted by near future.I GAf
visitors in Fort Myers Wednesday '
Miss Lee Pridgen, served ice cream m. COUSE
,. .-: evening. and cookies to Mary Louise Thomas, wonder how tests ever. get,

Mary Lou Liles, Jean Augur, Shir- around! 'so' fast. We have: just .gotten Counselor, and Attorney at Law
:; Miss Lee Pridgen, Miss Gaudy ley' Owen, Pat Bailey, ,Carline Ber- over it from last month and Hopkins Building
Waters, Carlisle Redish and Leon 'Graham1 started to relax when-Presto! AAe' Wednesdays and Saturdays
ner, Sally ;; Jo, Anne, Crouch,
'," Brewer attended the Air Races in Grace Ward and Jane Sharp. -Here it is again. Everyone is 9:30 to 4:00

Miami Sunday. crafnming for monthly tests, but i 1allphosphate ..

what is worse, Mid-term exams fol-, :
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Pullen moved low immediately.. r ; "

'< .,. : to Clewiston this week from Okee >d)00l) el.t1s CLEWISTONTINNING
,}" ; chobee. Mr. Pullen is employed by FRESHMAN NEWS & PLUMBING SHOP

,.' : the U. S. Engineers.: FOOTBALL LETTERS AWARDED
Anything in Plumbing
The Freshman Class is very gladto doubleactingFREE.
Efficient Service
Mr. and Mrs Russell Kay and Football letters and sweaterswere have a new pupil in the class. Send for nrw booklet, containing Prompt,

.:.: daughter, Miss Peggy Kay, of Tam- awarded to the members of His name is Allen DeLoach. He dozens. ?of Address bright:ideas Rumford to improve Baking your Powder biking PETER CHRISTENSEN, Mgr.

'' pa were visitors in'Clewiston Friday the 1940 football team Wednesday came here from Okeechobee.We Box N.Rumford, Rhode IsUnd.

and Saturday. morning. Coach Turk awarded the can all study now that Carrolis -- ------ -- -

letters. As each boy's name was back in school with his noise. . . . .
.. .. .. XMXK"X NIN. N.N...NON.N.N.N.NIN. .N N.N.N.N 1I
:Mr. and Mrs. T. J.. O'Brien, Miss, called he walked up to the stage X
:'' Betty O'Brien and Tommy 0'- and 'Mr1. Turk handed him his letter Interior Of Church I i .f

Brien of Washington were recent. ..f/The: student body showed

visitors in Clewiston.R. their appreciation by giving each 'of Is Being CompletedWork BOWL. .
-- the boys a' good hand (known to .
W. Turk and A. O. Ward were Webster as applause.) FOR YOUR HEALTH'S SAKEAT ."" :
in LaBelle
attending an or-
The senior boys were given is underway to finish the

,, ganization meeting of the new ,sweaters. .,as, well as letters. interior of the Baptist Church here,
board of
public instruction.
Sam Lang who the boys voted approximately $1,000 having been, ALLEYSA
'their: captain received a letter with set aside for the purpose.A A. and B.
Mrs. E. M. Cornette is expectingher
a star on it. The star denetes that large part of the labor is' better
of or
parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. D;. FREE GAME-With eachgent's score
Lhe: .:'was :the captain of the tea Ezelle, to arrive this week-end
Mr. Turk: had a hard time show- be complete next week. The I Ladles' 150 or better and In duck pins a score of 100 or better
from their home in Morton's Gap,
ing Billy' 'Davis' sweater to the ceiling is being finished in ply- ...

Ky., for a two months' visit. audience because it little wood to be painted white and the ............................................ .....:..:..:..:..:../
--..- was a I ;..%.%.%.:..&.IM>.%A.%.JM&.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : :

: Mrs. F. R. Maxwell, of Miami\ ;c. -------.,_ _ _ _ _______ L ..
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spent the week-end here with her I------------- ,

:Miami daughter Etherton attending, 'spent Mrs. Glen the the Etherton.Air week-end Races.Mr.in Ir r


Clewiston friends of Mr. and
Mrs. Johnnie Miller, of Canal
Point, regret to learn of the deathof

'their infant daughter, Judith, Homes don't grow in size but home, completely to fit their
who born January llth. r
families do. Houses should be present needs.

enlarged but not because
Mrs. Emil Minder of Chicago
who is visiting her daughter: Mrs. people lack the cash to buy. The ABC Monthly Payment Plan I
Consequently families are is a simple, economical way to
Keith Hartsfield, and family, is many "
expecting her husband to arrive living in crowded quarters bepurchase home improvements f I I f

this week-end ,for a month's visit. cause they don't know that unout of income. Convenient and .'*,.
der the ABC Monthly Payment easy terms can be arranged to -

Mrs. F. E. Chalker had as her Plan they can remodel theirio suit your purse. ., __,._ '- -.-" .. __ --- -
guests for a week her grandsons, -. .' ----:: '
\ '
Arthur, and Ed Chalker of Miami .!.'At .! ... 't 11:;"'.".....-:'---.'--' ,'\)-" e-
and Key West and Mrs. A. R. ..':,: Vv: .&' 'A fi y '
.__...;. : -1" '> .
Roberts, who is the boys' maternal

grandmother, of Miami. During
the week Mrs. Chalker and her Bishop =Wilson Lumber Compa.n"yFRIDAY

guests made a trip to St. Peters

burg and Bay Pines.




as I wished she would have been to shoot half a second too soon than

yours long ago. You are welcometo one hundredth part of a second too HOUSEHOLD
my household, Senor Bowie. I late-remember that. This rancho

trust you two may be happy together belongs to your master, Don Ramon QUESTIONS \ t
and may provide for Guad- and these squatters must be .
alupe the descendants for which taught that it does."

my wife and I have vainly longed." "These boys," explained Bowie Overstirring and mixing causes,

The betrothal was made an occa- afterward to Pardaloe and Simmie, muffins to rise in peaks and burst!
sion of festivity at the rancho, culminating "have been cowed by Blood and open. '

in a fqrmal dinner to which his bunch, who have been doing '*

Padre Martinez and his assistantand about as they please. We're goingto As potatoes get old add .a little

Aunt Ysabel from Montereywere call Blood's bluff, and you boys sugar to the water in which they:;
summoned. The household and know how to do it. I'm going to are boiled. They will taste as good'as
the guests sat at table late and had get him for killing Sanchez, if for new ones.
RANCffl gathered in the living room with a nothing else. What's the talk in *

CARMENOF T fire in the huge fireplace. I Monterey, Ben?" Biscuits need a preheated, hot.

While the talk went on Felipe "Well, they say Blood's friendslet oven. Then you have to bake them'only .
came in to whisper a message to him loose. 1 saw Deaf Peterson 10 or 15 minutes.

Bowie. He excused himself and was there one night,. and he acted mean. '* *
By FRANK H. SPEARMAN Frank H. Spearman WNU Service gone only, a few minutes. When he He's squatting over there with
Onion or. fish odors can be re-,
raised them to returned Carmen looked at him Blood. The talk-and I guess it's
Her she
as hands
dHAPTER XVIContinued18 eyes moved from the by rubbing)
his, flashed through the tears. "Andif questioningly, but he ignored all so-is that Blood has got together them with dry mustard or salt and,
echoed slowly and curiosity concerning his absence twenty or thirty guerillas, and he
it were? she clear water
II then them in
faithful nurse, rinsing
"But Monica our ;; after gravely. "It has been the dream of from the room and no one asked claims he's going to clean the coun-
has told me that four days to further.It They're tough birds, and I
and the my life sometime, somewhere, try up.
the burning of the rancho meet that man. In my heart I have was only when he and Carmen blood's got a special spite against Clever Cutout Boxes
and were
murders my sister said, 'If I can ever find that man I were alone after the guests had left Guadalupe." I'
brought back to the rancho by three I and he bidding her good night For Indoor Flowers!
beards. They will wipe his feet with my hair. was "And Guadalupe's got a special !
white men with heavy she could will serve him at table. I will be that he answered her question."It spite against Blood," remarked

. could speak no Spanish; said his handmaiden for life.' was a messenger from Dr. Bowie. "But if the cuss does get : .
word they ,
not understand a Doane. Felipe will put him up for bunch of guerillas together they
exclaimed holding a
were not going to leaveus "Henry, she I
and they "
with her until our old Padre out her hand for him to help her the night. can mischief.. No matter. We'll' e .j\ .
Pasqual happened along, walking up, "how do you think I have stoodit I "But what did he want?" just have to look alive till "I can

from San Gabriel. The men, since Monica told me it was you?" "He brought a message from the get my hands on him again.
down to know that Bloodis "He claims he's aimin' to get )
doctor let
or at least one of them, talked by "Could it indeed have been I? me ..
out again. He broke jail tonight his hands on you, grinned Parda-
signs with the padre, and he as-: Could that sobbing little,, browneyedgirl "
sured them it would be all right to I carried that day on my shoul- at Monterey. loe."I'm
". who Bowie was in Monterey next day easier to find than he is,
turn us over to Monica. der be this magnificent woman
business. His business was with Ben. But we'll get together some
"Senorita," said her companion stands before me now? Carmen! en "
hard You His voice threw more into the words Ben Pardaloe. When they had fin- day. #
"this too on you.
Simmie went to
ished their conference Ben had en- Pardaloe and
suffering. Don't tell any more than she had ever heard -
are I have gaged to return to Guadalupe. A Monterey next day after powderand
"I love
He drew a lips. you.
I feel it myself.
now. lead and extra pistols and to
I fortnight later Bowie was riding
breath of relief. "Thank God, you loved you from the first moment
ever saw you, Carmen. That is the along the river with Carmen. She pick up what they could concerning
escape. reason I had to leave Guadalupe.That had asked to visit the quarter of Blood's whereabouts. Bowie intended I
Carmen gave no heed to his plea. is the reason I never could the rancho threatened by the squat- to raid the squatters the day -- Y
"Who these men-those three of the
were following the return
stand it to come back to Guada- like this are a happy
men who saved my sister and me scouts. He himself, on the day they CUTOUTS
from be used for
and apart you. you
lupe yet stay
shall I ? She put
from-what say left, took his vaqueros into the foot-
Now know everything! indoors. You can add inter-
: you grow
her face into her hands, shudder hills to round up the herd from
Her composure, as she stood, off est to the flowers you keep in the
being run by
which steers were
ing."Don't he who house and to the attractiveness of
astounded him. It was now
say, don't try to say, se- squatters and raiders.
must work to control his voice and your rooms as well if you use
norita! Carmen took Felipe with
That day
boxes in clever designs like these.
"From worse than death. For her to go over to the mission on a cut out with
Bits of plywood are
months we two lay ill, our lives "Henry, she said. His name on joyous errand. She wanted to talk and
Terecita died from her lips maddened him. He caughther Padre Martinez jig or coping saw, painted
were given up. I over with arrange-
nailed to make the boxes.
brain fever. I, poor I, could not hands. "Do you know every- ments for a wedding. together
die. My aunt, Dona Maria, took me thing?" she asked. "Not quitenothow l r She found the' padre a little thin- I '*
shamefully silly I once was. Idon't Pattern Z9207. 15c, brings the kitten,
for her own. She and dear Don ner-each visit marked him as soon- pup and hen and rooster motifs together
Ramon adopted me. For years afterward know whether you can ever er to become ,a walking skeleton. with the needed directions. Send order to:

senor, I would start out of forgive me. But since you have told Bur happily, he told her, he had
a sound sleep screaming and sob- me what you have just: now told not been molested by raids for some '

bing. At other times horrible dreams me, Henry-what more must I tell time and prayed and hoped for a AUNT MARTHA 1\10.
Box 166-W Kansas City,
assailed:! me. you? long relief from depredation. His '
VIl Enclose 15 cents for each'pattern
"It was Dr. Doane and, most of guard? Yes, he had his dozen Mexi-
i desired. Pattern No.............
all, the help' of my religion and the ,, can soldiers; they were good
ministrations of blessed Padre Mar- lows but were eating him out of Name ...............................

tinez that brought me through those Dona Maria may or may not have l house and home. Today they had Address .............................
terrible years. Dear Padre Martinez guessed things when the young mis- gone down, likewise, his administrator -

When everybody else despairedof tress of the rancho appeared at the to San Jose for a fiesta; he

my recovery he, almost alone, dinner table. Carmen was a bit too was afraid some of them would --- ,

supported me and told me I must animated to seem natural. And come back drunk. And his poor In-

and should get well. Bowie laughed at times, Dona Ma- dians-they had mostly turned hunt- .
without adequate rea- : and to keep from starv-
"For that reason-all my illness- ria thought, ers trappers for
!l' But Deo gracias they were
ing. ,
when I became the foster daughterof
Guadalupe it was strictly forbid- son."You made a long ride of it," firm in their faith. He wished that I

she sueeested ::I -a leading remark._ his soldiers behaved as well. I
mention the
den for to -- -
anyone ever '
tragedy or the fact that I was not Carmen responded composedly."But 'r The scene that'afternoon was as ;
fruitless I went peaceful as the message from the f sKllN
their very own child This is a not a one. "I remember."
very long story-" out to capture a very wild horse and other world which the mission had !

"I can't tell you how deeply I managed at last to coax him into ters-three of their shacks were visible brought to men. The few girls and h' rN. *
remaining were busy with
feel it, senorita." the corral. from where Bowie and Carmen women I
kin Is chapped you
their varied tasks. your w
"You asked me why I was afraidof Dry old Don ;Ramon interposedan had. halted. As they rode away a visited with them and I IF will be delighted with the
impudent question. "What did rifle shot echoed the Melena, Carmen I effect of Mentholatum applied to
being carried I have told
away. asked and distributed the stinging, red swollen parts.
your wild horse coax you into? and Bowie heard the sing of the questions I cools and
you. And I had a reason much more time for Mentholatum quickly
grave for recounting all this, Senor Carmen met the attack without a bullet as it passed. 'largess, asking at same soothes the irritation and assists
heal the
their Nature to more quickly
Bowie. And a confession to make. tremor. "Nothing to speak of. The "Run for it, Carmen!" he exclaimed prayers. with the 1 Injury. Mentholatum Is a pleasant -
She took padre -
important thing is California can supper effective application for
Monica Indian nurse is still liv I striking her and
my pony spur-
Henry and his assistant, and with Fe- minor skin irritations. Jars or
ing. She lives with brother near count one more caballero. Don his Not until they were .
my ring own. lipe started for home'in the cool ot tubes only 30c.Expensive
San Diego. Once in a long, long Bowie" is coming back to Guada- well out of range did he slow up. the evening. They had not ridden

time Monica comes away up here to lupe. "What was that shot, Henry?" far when the Indian signified Car-
Dona Maria to her feet clap-
rose ,
see me.
asked Carmen. ala-
to He scanned the
men stop. I
her hands. "Glorious! I
"Do you remember, Senor Bowie, ping Bowie was thoroughly enraged but meda ahead.
that among the portraits at Guada- "He has promised to stay. he spoke quietly. "Just another mes- "Men, senorita," he said, "horse

lupe there is one of you?" "Better and better." senger from Blood-to make sure I men. Half a dozen or more. Theyare Schooling J

"I remember." "But, of course," continued'Car- know he's out of jail." Then he exploded not our kind. I don't like to Experience is the best of school-

"Monica, the instant she saw your men blandly, "you never can tell unable to restrain himself meet them with you." masters, only the school-fees areheavy.

picture, screamed. When I quietedher about really wild horses." longer. "A man who'd do that in "What shall we do, Felipe?" .-Carlyle.

these were the words she spoke: "They serviceable only when Texas would be shamed out of the "Turn back at once."

'That is the man who brought you actually brought to bit," observedDon country. It's all right to take a pot Hardly had the two faced about

back to me at Los Alamos!' Ramon dispassionately. "Fe shot at me; I don't object to that. when the clatter of hoofs behind HANDY 1Icme Th&a JARSMoRollME

Her voice broke. She hid her face lipe," he" said to the houseboy, "hereis But to take one when it endangersthe them, indicated they were' being fol 5

in her hands. a key to the wine cellar. Bring life of a woman! It only shows," lowed. They broke the ponies intoa ; ;

He spoke quietly. "Don't let that three bottles of the 1830 champagne he added after an ominous silence, swift lope; their pursuers rode

upset you. It might easily be a It ,was a good vintage," he "what a dog this fellow is. One of faster. Fortunately, the distancewas

mistake. She could hardly remem- observed, addressing Bowie. us will have to get out of this coun- but short, and, as dusk fell,
ber after so 'many years senorita." I The Tejano left in the morning for try." Felipe and Carmen dashed safely Success With Confidence

"1 argued with her. 'You told the fort to break away from Sutter. On the morning following Parda through the opened doors into the Confidence of 'success is almost

me those men were heavily bearded It was difficult to make his peace, loe rode out to Guadalupe. He was mission compound and Felipe, leap success.-Moir.

,' I said. 'This 'man is smooth but the captain was not wholly un welcomed ,noisily by the vaquerosand ing from his horse, closed the clumsy -

faced.' She only shook her head. reasonable. Bowie took him into having brought a goodly sup- gates behind them. '

'That,' she said over and over, 'is his confidence, and in the end the ply of poor tobacco, made the cow- The clattering horsemen pulled up TO
the man who laid you in my arms veteran promised to come and boys happy by passing it around. in front of the church and with .<.;;* CLSc

at Los Alamos!' dance at the wedding.A "Ben is to be your boss, boys," many shouts and oaths scatteredover : ;

"I was shaken almost to death week went before Bowie, very explained Bowie.. "And you are all the plaza, demanding admis- !. u.ie

by her story, senor. Shouldn't you impatient, could get back to Guad- to carry pistols now. along with LIQUID

be? Senor Bowie, were you that alupe. Fortunately, in the circum- your lariats and knives. Within sion.Felipe, though mild, was game in 6 66 TABLETS SALVE '

man? Try to recollect." stances, he reached the, rancho in three months I'll have sixshootersfor a pinch. He caught up a blunder COUCH NOSE DROPS DROPSBEACONS

He stared at the grass by his the evening. The night was clear.A all of you-they're ordered and buss from the guards' quarters and

side. At length he shook his head full moon was rising over the paid for. We've got a bunch of coaxed two neophytes to arm and

slowly. "She must have been mis- mountains, and just within the patioa pesky squatters on the other side appear with him in the church tow

taken." Plucking at the grass, he slender girlish figure, wearing the of the river above the Melena. They er. The raiders yelled at them ofI

added with a slight tremor, "I wish very highest of her combs and expect to gobble up Guadalupe. and one of them, a renegade mis-
it were true." draped in her most elaborate Chi- They're mistaken, but they don't sion Indian, shouted insolently to

But Carmen had not done: she nese shawl, waited to greet him. know it yet. We've got to set 'em Felipe to open the gates or they

only pressed her victim more close- "Three nights," she whisperedwhen I right on that point-that's why I would break them open. Felipe, I

ly. "Knowing you as well as I now she could catch breath to sent for your old foreman'Ben Par- equally defiant, declared he would o Like a beacon light on

do, senor, perhaps better than you speak, "three nights I have waited daloe. shoot the first man that attemptedit. the height-the advertisements c.

think," she continued, "I felt it here long, long for you. Wicked "Now don't misunderstand me. I in newspapers direct
would be well to talk first to Senor Tejano, to keep a poor, poor girl Don't start a fight with this scum There were hesitation and wran. better and
Pardaloe, because I knew he came shivering out here in the cold. You I yourselves-let them start it. But gling threats among the horsemen. you to newer,

with you to California and might explain need not make excuses. I know if you see one of them riding any- They milled around the plaza, while easier ways of providingthe -

it. I did talk with him. He you just forgot me. How are you, where on the rancho, order him off. within the church Padre Martinezand things needed .or

confirmed the story absolutely, even querido? And now that you have- If he puts up a fight and you think all in the mission enclosurewere desired. It shines, this

to the beard. Senor Bowie, you are what you call it-a job, you must you can handle him, well and goodgo on their knees before the beacon of newspaper
the man." ask Don Ramon in the morning for after him. If you think youcan't Blessed Sacrament, beseeching advertising-and it will be

Struggling no longer with pent-up his daughter's hand-if you think her whistle for help. If you catch heaven for aid in the extremity. An to advantage to follow -

emotion, she burst into tears. worth it. I, myself, don't. But I one of them running off so much as hour or more passed, with the raid your it whenever

"Why, why, should this upset you have heard it said that there is no a sick calf, go' after him fast with ers churning about the plaza but you
so senorita?" he pleaded. "It may accounting for tastes." your lariat and gun and don't give shy about testing Felipe's marks. make a purchase.

only possibly be true. And if it Don Ramon made the asking easy him a chance to shoot first. Pow- manship from the tower.CONTINUED.

were ." for Bowie. "If Carmen had done der end lead are cheap. It's better ITO BE )

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: at several points today but 'no'.report of the. first publication of hot1Ee:1Each C. .,
Engineers. To HandleConstruction :Tigers; Divide :Basket available. claim or demand You and each of you are hereby
of the, amount is yet
writing and shall state that a Bill of Complaint has
These rains are causing more residence and post office filed against you in the above rl
of Airports Ball Games Friday officials than the the claimant,' and shall cause by the above named
concern to sugar by the claimant, his',ragent wherein it is sought to
recent cold for the sugar harvest torney, and any such claim a mortgage given by the
Under CAA ProgramAt basketball may be held up to some extent by not so filed shall be void. Mrs.' Elizabeth E. Wiltse,
Local were elated ELBERT L. the Plaintiff on the following prop-
made by the difficulty of pulling loaded wagons As administrator with to-wit:
with the showing
I from the fields if ,the rains continue. annexed of the Estate 'The Northeast Quarter and the
least a portion of the construction Clewiston Tigers and Tigerettes in W. Scott, deceased. North one-half of the southeast
work on the new Civil II their opening games of the 1941 First publication January quarter of Section Thirty-four
(4 times.)
Aeronautics Authority airports in ,season with LaBelle here Friday, NOTICE OF ANNUAl, MEETING OF South(34), Township Range Thirty-two Forty-eight East(48), in
Florida is to be handled by the U. night, the Tigers winning by a LANDOWNERS OF Hendry County. Florida .
sub- and the girls losingby SUGARLAND DRAINAGE DISTRICT to foreclose a mortgage given by
S. Engineers and the Clewiston score of 35-16 ORDER OF Thomas A. Green to the Plain-
office has been assigned all or a a score of 40-21. Notice is hereby given that pur- on the following property:
portion of the work on three of Despite the fact that the girls suant to call of the Board of Super- I IN FOR THE HENDRY CIRCUIT Section Six (6), Township
District, Forty-eight (48) South, Range
visors of Sugarland Drainage
these airports located at Fort; lost their game they are confidentof the annual meeting of the landowners -I IDA; IN CHANCERY.THE Thirty-two (32) East, Hendry
Myers, Vero Beach and Melbourne.At a much better season than for of Sugarland Drainage Districtfor COMPANY FLORIDA, LAND -County, Florida.
and at Fort Myers matched the year 1941 will be held at the a corporation' This is to require eacn of you per-
Melbourne were
several years as they office of said District In the City to be and appear to the said
the engineers will simply assist against the strongest team in the Hall Building at Clewiston. Hendry VS.HERMA, N. CLARK, ET .Washington'D. of Complaint at the office of the
with the work, already started by 4-County League, there being lit- County. Florida on Wednesday' January of the Circuit Court of Hendry
29, 1941, at ten o'clock A. M., Florida at LaBelle. Florida
the WPA but at Vero Beach the tle change from the team which Eastern Standard Time, for the pur- THE STATE OF or before Monday, February 3rd. li
entire project will be handled by took the conference title last year. poses of: MRS. ELIZABETH E. otherwise the Bill of Complaint
Widow, whose address be taken as confessed and Plain
for term
them. A survey party headed by The local girls scored almost halfas 1. of Electing three one Supervisor- a residence Is, 171 allowed to proceed ex parte.IT .
Frank Cothern has been at work at many points in this game as 2. Receiving years.annual reports and tak- Elmhurst Illinois: and to, IS FURTHER ORDERED that
weeksto such with respect thereto THOMAS A. GREEN Order of Publication be publlsh-
of action
Vero Beach for a couple totalled last season. ing
they as the landowners determine; MRS. THOMAS A. GREEN, d In The Clewiston News a news-
accumulate data for drawing up'plans Hull, with twelve points, was and er and further name or of General circulation In Hen-
and when 3. Transacting such other businessas known. If the said County Florida for a period of
and specifications high scorer for the visitors, Yeom- before the meeting. be married; and If the consecutive weeks immediately
these are completed a contract will ans had 11 and Jones 10. Ethel BOARD may OF come SUPERVISORS OF A. Green be dead, to all February 3. 1941.
be let. This crew was joined the SUGARLAND DRAINAGE DISTRICT.By Ing any interest in WITNESS my hand and official seal
Murphy led the Clewiston scorers lands in Hendry County, the Court House in LaBell, Hen-
first of this week by W. C. Nall with nine points and MargaretVon : F. Deane Duff wit: County Florida, this 2nd day ot.January
President. Section Six (6), 1941. '.
resident engineeron
will act
who as Mach was close behind with Dated January 3, 1941. ]I eight (48) South, Rang ( ,)
the project during the eight. To be published in two (32) East, WILLIAM T. HULL. Clerk
months which will be required for Issues of January 10th as the heirs, devisees, Circuit Court, Hendry County.
The Clewiston line-up was yon and 17th. otherwise, under the ,said ,Florida.
construction. Mach, Slaten and Murphy, forwardsand Green whose names FRED' H. MELLOR. '
In Fort Myers the engineers have residence are unknown : MYERS. FLORIDA,
the CAAto McDuffie, Broadfoot and, Letter, known place of residence :J l Attorney for Plaintiff.
been given $82,000 by guards. Springer and Redish were NOTICE TO CREDITORS Thomas A. Gre-en being Jan. 3, 10 17, 24, and 31.
and to installall
pave one runway '
field lighting fixtures. The (1933 Probate Act Sees. 119. 120)
'other three runways are to be graded Otis Cason, Tiger forward, gave IN THE COURT ,OF THE COUNTY
and paved by WPA and the the scoring punch to the local boys' JUDGE HENDRY COUNTY, V. V
fourth, ready --for the paving will ; win over LaBelle with sixteen re: FLORIDA Estate of IN I'RODATE.In j. :

also be handled by them. In Melbourne points. Rider was high for La- JAMES W. SCOTT,
$59,000 has been allottedfor Belle with six points and Warrinernext Deceased.TO .
applying bituminous surfacing with four. It was an easy HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS NOTICE

tb all of the runways of the WPA win for the Tigers. and indicates' AGAINST SAID ESTATE:
"', '.'- You and each of you are hereb'ynotified
construction. a' most season.
under ,
airport now and required to present any '
The Vero Beach airport; is the The local line-up was: Cason claims and demands which you, or
three which will be and"Lang Slonaker either of you. may have against the -:J : : ':":":-::_:":'.:':_:":f
only one of the forwards. estate of James W. Scott, deceased.
built in its entirety by the en- -center' Waters and Frith guards. late of said County to the County ..:-:..:-: :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:
been allottedfor Judge of Hendry Countv. Florida, at : ( t.
gineers. $264,000 has Frith was game captain. : :_
his office in the court house of said 1-: .
the work. The scheduled ofr tonight County at LaBelle Florida within
:Mr.; Nall and his survey crew with-the game Moore Haven teams was eight ,calendar months from the time I will be at the places named and

will return in a couple or'eeks because of the flu epidemic -
postponed I
dated below for the of receiving
after they have accumulated data which forced the closing of purpose

for letting the contract. After, the I' the school there for two weeks. I Real Estate, Personal and Intangible
contract letting Mr. Nail will return -

., to handle the constructionwork -' property tax returns for the year 1941.

and it is possible that he will Cold Spell- Good FarmLand Please meet me with a correct descriptionof

be allowed additional personnel.

(Continued from Pagf 1) all property,owned by you, or as agent.

American Legion degrees on Sunday and 32 on Mon- The law requires home owners to apply

Met On Tuesday day. Vegetable fields on the east for HOMESTEAD EXEMPTIONS

i-, shore of the lake were said to have for Rent EACH YEAR ,J have the blanks and

The monthly meeting of the been covered with' ice early Monday will be glad to assist in filling them out.
morning but a friendly fog stay-I
American Legion post, No. 93, was
held Tuesday night at the Clewis- ed on. until the ice had melted and I

,ton Inn with Commander C. V. damage was negligible. Ft Denaud (Postoffice) 9:00 A. M.

Parkinson presiding.A Heavy rains have occurred at 'several ,. i;- *; i ,' Jan. 20th '

report from the entertainment points since the cold spell ? ., ...

val committee and fair on showed results tliat of the the carni-post broke, the heaviest fall being at : TrespassersWill Felda, (Arthur Wells Store) 9:00 A." M.
Miami Locks 2.7
Wednesday- ght,
had netted substantial amount Jan. 22nd
inches. Ritta had two inches and
and at least from a financial angle Be
South Bay 2.06. Heavy rains fell
the affair had been a great suc- Clewiston (City Hall) 10:00 A. M.
- . Prosecut'edCleviston ,
cess. '

It was decided that the Boy ... .... .... ............. ........'.. ....... ., Jan.' 24th
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will also be' ,a Ladies' Night. A :: tMli' f r :;:. r' and thereafter.Dennis w

plan was proposed and approvedfor % %
the Scout Committee to arrange :x: OXE XOT BORN IX AMERICA :X:. ,
for prizes to be awarded to the
patrol making the best shpwiugnin, :;=:. Constitution specifies "na ::: Realty And Small

a' three-month period. x tural born"-and not native :;: ,

Attending were J. M. Couse'J., S. :::. born. Therefore, one born of .;.

C. Stalls, Joe Van De Velde-- of ::c'i: :American parents in a foreign ;:;: DevelopmentCorporation .

Moore Haven; H. R. Hall, R. M. .;. country would be eligible 'in =;. ASSESSOR OF TAXES,

Bishop, F. D. Duff, Cecil Jackman, :;: respect to citizenship. 1. :x:

J. F. Morrison, G. B. Thomas, J. ._; "Popular Questions Answer- ';' J Hendry County.

E. Beardsley, C. V. Parkinson, Jay ::: ed"-Geo. W. Stimpson. :::
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