The Clewiston news
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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 31, 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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1. Alston Takes Over SUSPECTED ALIEN I Hunting Season ClosesIn INSTALLATION

Belle. Glade StoreD. County TodayCounty I


G. Alston added further to will stow away

, NET ABOUT $100 by his taking string of over drug a stores store at this week Belle ROCKS IN LAKEThe another their guns hunting' this afternoon season until rolls HELD WEDNESDAY

around, for according to local law
Glade the owner of which was _

(;-,it' Between seventy-five;; ,and a hundred forced to give up' the business. 34-foot cruiser Fred'na. of son affecting on all Hendry hunting County closes the January sea- The "" installation-of officers of
of the
- :iM!,, couples gathered Thursday Wade Cartee manager New York under the command of 31. The season continues to Feb- the Clewiston Kiwanis 'Club, which

"' 'Z; :'; tight at the high school auditorium LaBelle store, has been transferredto her owner ,A. Hebel was soughton ruary 15 in most, counties.It had been' postponed because of

.'.} q:< to enjoy one of the best dances Belle Glade'Miss Lillie to'.9pen Mae the Billupshas ,new Lake Okeechobee Tuesday nightas has been pointed out also that illness of the new president and

; ; held in the community in several place and a suspected alien runner and was deer hunting which was thoughtto later because of illness in the family -

; years. The dance was arranged by gone from Clewiston to La- finally located aground on rocksin have been ended on January, 1'', of the installing lieutenant'gov-
the store there
k C: E. Miner county chairman _of Belle to manage the Clewiston channel and withno is now the 'same as other game and ernor was held Wednesday even-

i ? the committee to celebrate the during his absence.In attrac- aliens aboard. continues to January 31. ing at the Clewiston Inn. The

President's Birthday and proceedsof the Seminole Alston's Customs officials had been givena Despite the fact that the season' meeting was made. a "ladies night"

the dance went into the 'fund 'tive 'new store here, this week are tip in Palm Beach that the boat officially closes tonight yestelaywas affair, and several visitors were

r for the 'Crippled Children's, Foun- being installed a new type of pendant had acted suspiciously there whenit the final hunting day in this in attendance in addition to wivesof
flourescent lighting fixtures. for some minor ,Kiwanians.
dation. stopped repairsand county for Mondays
Each of the fixtures has four flour- Wednesdaysand
The music furnished by Neil escent, tubes about eighteen inches it had been gathered that the Fridays: are closed days during James M. Hoffman of Coral

k, }I'< : Smith with his clarinet and his nine long and are. unusually attractive. I' boat had' come in from ,Nassau December: and January. I Gables lieutenant governor of the .
piece orchestra all masters of without clearing customs. Customs Southeastern District of Florida Kiwanis -

=,. swing was said to have been ex officials immediately gave Clewiston Candy Clubs, was -installing ,of- .
: ? : cellent. Smith is from West Palm. Cattle Fattened In chase' by car and ,arrived in Port I ficer. His talk before the installa-

;i- Beach.A i Mayaca just as the boat was get- tion ceremony was on the topic
To Feature ting well underway across the lake. Company OperatingNew "
number of items including I I County "Forward In Kiwanis and he said

: three quarts of whiskey two hams Expecting to intercept herat Moore he addressed his remarks par-
Fair ExhibitVisitors Haven they went to the locks there Business Here
a bedspread and others had been Hendry ticularly to the ladies present for
"' donated and were sold during the and waited until after eight o'- Kiwanis ladies are such- a- help to
clock but the boat failed to show
members in
carrying Kiwanis
evening. About twenty-five dollarswas A new business now operatinghere on
to the Southwest Flor- up. They then rented a boat and aims and ideals. .
added to the dance receipts in is the Clewiston Candy Com-
ida Fair Feb. 17-22 at Fort Myers went out on the lake' to make a
Mr. Hoffman
this manner. charged each officer
-; pany under the management of W., -
will have ,the opportunity _of viewing -, search and soon found the cruiser, '
The orchestra was scheduled to A. Bishop of Tampa'who bought with the conscientious dis-
with a'dama'ged
three native steers which havebeen' aground on the rocks '
4 close the dance 'at. one o'clock but out the interests of C. L. (Cracker) charge.of his duties. He first installed -
fattened on feed produced by wheel.
at that time a contribution was I Jones organizer of the company six of the seven directors:
continued ,
The boat to Fort
the United States Sugar 'Corpora- on
r.: I R. M. Bishop M. C. Doke T. E.
taken'and they played an additional and is now operating in the Hooker -
Myers in the cross-state
hour. tion at Clewiston. I I Packing house for the presen't.The Il\larkette. A. W. Sias J. F. Tippey,
'which is waterwaY'j
This exhibit will be made possible Wednesday an and Jerry Wilcox. The 'seventh
Mr. Miner was well pleased with that the boat and Its business was 'started several
through the cooperaiion of T. M. : director R. C. Wilson was not
the success of the dance and although cleared of, all suspicion and Capt. years ago by Mr. Jones who con-
Lykes Hendry county cattleman, present. A. O- Ward -
new president
he had not make ceived the idea of
: a final Hebel stated as he passed through making candy
W. Moran, general of J. W. vice
Jay manager Ezelle president,
check-up this morning believed that the; Moore Haven locks that they using the, raw sugar from the sugar
the corporation and the board and A. W.. Lawrence andtreasurer.
sugar secretary
at least .a hundred dollars would had been most happy to see the officials house here. It was very success-
of 'commIssioners. The dem- then
county installed in-
be netted. This is in addition to when they came aboard. ,The ful but due to other pressing duties were
onstration will what is be- the order named.
a prove,
the donations to boxes in other cruiser had evidently attempted to Mr.' Jones made no great effort
done in' this toward, !
parts of the county and it is hoped ing county pro- put into Clewiston for the night._ at expansion. Mr. Bishop a brother Among the visitors were GeorgeA.
that Hendry County will donate at ducing a, high quality of beef. I of the owner and manager of Nikolai past president of the

', least two hundred dollars' to the Hendry county will also displayan Jack's' 'Cookie Company- -, of Tampa.. Kissimmee, Fla., Kiwanis Club ,B.
:.r: fund. assortment of citrus fruit vegetables -: saw the possibilities purchased Mr. P. Deaton in charge of the Com-

;:., forage, and feed crops and HENDRY TO FATTEN Jones' interests and appears to be munity Center Wooteu Kentucky

; ,' Today Is Deadline For home canned products. doing a very progressive business. and Mayor 'and Mrs." F. Deane Duff
".' ..>..-:, County Agent Dewey Ward is OWN CATTLE WITH A ''News representative paid a Clewiston.v ,--

: : : Auto Tag Purchase asking the cooperation of everyone visit to the 'plant this week and Others, attending were Mr.and

in the county who may, have fancy found Joe Williams, a young .but Mrs. A.. O. Ward Mr. and Mrs. J.

vegetables produce of any 'kind FLORIDA-MADE FEEDJ. efficient candy' maker hard at .-E. Beardsley Mr.' and Mrs.: C. W.

." :.;No_ further jegtension, of time ha' that will help' to make a good ex, work on a big' batch of. peanut britt Carpenter MrsLeah Spicer Mr.
:-.', been announced by Governor Holland -" habit" u' .'. .. '--'-- -' and lie ,explained that: for" the I'a.nd Mrs. H. R. Hall Mr.. ,.anMrs.v;,._

;'":, for, the purchase of automo- Anyone who will be kind enough B. 'Hendr ', the county's fore--r- 'present It was not planned to try Gideon H. Brown, J. F. Tippey, Dr.

bile license tags nor is one, expected to furnish,, any of the above named most cattleman and one whose cattle to market' any other candies except J.. W. Ezelle, Miss :Marion Leydig-

and at midnight tonight those car' products or any other item which were, chosen by' the United States the peanut brittle cocoanut brittlein Mr. and Mrs. w E. Dilley Mr.

owners still using a 1940 tag will will help to make a good display is Sugar ,Corporation-' use in their several different colors and a and Mrs. R. W. Turk Mr. and

:": ,. be ''subject to arrest., asked to advise the county agent's cattle fattening experiments, has mixture of peanut and cocoanut Mrs. W.: W. Perry Mr. and Mrs.

r I Tax Collector R., N. Miller states office on the third floor of the been so impressed with the results brittle. Stick candy and soft candy W. G. Mathis Mr. and. Mrs. E. M.Cornette .

':'."': that sale of tags has gone forward courthouse. of- these experiments that he is production :will probably :be startedin Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Miner
<" steadily this week and increased the'near future. The plant now Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Jones, Mr. and
'L placing 150 head, of cattle on these
I about 450 dozen "bars a Mrs. .A. W.Lawrence, Mr. and',Mrs.
Y averages
< .r .. to some extent each day but he was feed rations. as soon as possible.
'::: ... anticipating a last minute rush to Draft Board Meets I Arrangements, aie being made for day and the sale is very, good Two A. W"; Sias, Jerry Wilcox T. E.
women to Markette, M. C. Doke and Mr. and
buy tags this afternoon. young employed wrap
:: .: carrying onthese experiments near
To MenThe the bars and a man for Mrs. Zerney Meredith.
,r While a large number of tags his ranch home at Fort Thompson.
,. general work.
have been sold it is estimated that
For in the project forty-two '
use ,
The candy is cooked in a larg"open
Leads In
', at least half of the car owners have concrete self-feeding troughs are Milligan
.''5 three members of the Hen- pot over a very hot fire froma
not yet bought their 1941 license. being constructed by Mr. Hendry
dry County draft board met in the forced-draught kerosene'stove.. RoundsJ.
similar used the Qualifying
offices here Wednesday to classify by sugar When done to the right turn it is

f"r.: New Executive Here I 46 registrants whose questionaires; corporation and exactly the same spread on a large marble-topped
feed rations will be used the
1 i I had been filled out within the past greater j table to harden and be cut in squares W. Milligan the Everglades

For. Court, of Honor week and from this forty six placed II er, part of which will be purchased for packaging.Mr. sweet-swinging shot-maker, has

M I tentatively ten whites and eigh- I from the corporation. Bishop ,is spending most of again scored for correct fundamental -,

I teen colored in the class 1A group, This ration' consists of 12 to 15, his ,time at present on the road golfing form carrying away I
John Shutt, of ,Bradenton, new those available for immediate pounds of lemon grass pulp and promoting sales for the new candy medal honors in the Everglades
assistant executive of the Sunnilaud ,
service. Final acceptance is contin- molasses two pounds of cottonseed and another salesman with a new Handicap Match with an 83. Em-

., Council Boy Scouts of America I gent on passing of medical ,exami ,meal: and ,three to five pounds of truck covers the area 10 deliver tee mett (Kingfish) Shelley ran a very

V" was here Tuesday night to hold aF" nation. straight molasses per steer each product and make re-sales. close second with an 84. Lou Betz-
court of honor for the local troop' addition the 'required mini
day In to -
The county' quota has been act ner and Arthur Wells qualified withan
Mr. Shutt to be located
.;' soon in Fort Myers and have com- for nine whites and three negroesfor I erals. Wegman To Build 88 each.:

February 17 call and to arrange The experiments conducted by the The match play line-up is as
plete charge of this part of the
Council. for this number 'it"''was<-necessary I sugar corporation under the, direction -.I Home In ClewistonBlitz follows: 1st flight:
to send out a 'number' "of ad- of Dr. B. A. Bourne have .
J. W. Milligan (6) vs. Larry
iii. At the court of honor Oliver '
not been entirely completedbut
as yet
ditional questionnaires: Efforts are .
, Martinez was awarded a merit draft I figures given during the visit homein Nash (15). ,
being made by the board to who owns a .
badge in firemanship. Bruce Beards- ''Ralph Kirk (18) vs. Arthur:,
to of the Cattlemen's Association last
classify only enough men take I north LaBelle is making ar ,
ley and Frank' Conkling becamenew care of immediate calls as factors week show that one group. of steers rangements to build a residence in Wells (13). '.'

members and were given their governing their eligibility may I gained 1.92_ pounds per day each Clewiston. Mr. Wegman, who is Lou Betzner' (13)) vs.. H. C. Van .

tenderfoot badges. A new member often change lin the course. of,, a during a twenty-eight day favorable I president of the LaBelle Motor- company Landingham, (18). ... '
Jimmy Paul who came' on transfer few weeks. l, period. The highest gain was 2.45 and also president of the Joe Wood (13) vs. Emmett

from Dothan Ala., also attendedthe pounds for one pen. Hendry County Motors Inc., and Shelley, (8). .
The 'mixed feed manufactured by the Hydraulic Tractor Sales Com- 2nd Flight: ,

,At the Legion ,meeting in February Famed Choral Group the sugar' corporation at their dehydrating -' pany 'of Clewiston, has_ .purchasedlots Luther Jones, (21) 'vs. ,Bye. .

at which the scouts are to be plant adjacent to the. 25 and 26 in block 171, on ,
guests W. C. Owen has arranged a Here Monday Night which' '$8.00'0hOJ S. K. Swayne (28) : vs. W. B
'sugar house, is fed to the cattle in he plans to put up an
series' of questions which will _be the amount they will clean up at- le. : : !_, P Granger, (25). ,

asked each boy in order 'to deter- each feeding and the experimentshave The lots are" ,located' on the corner W.- C. ..Owen., ((21) 'vs. Jimrme

mine the high ranking patrol for the I The Bethune-Cookman College shown this to be the figure I of Circle Drive and Date street. Wilson, ('29). r : .

prizes offered Uniform and attendance Choral 'Singers -of Daytona Beach given above. The molasses is When completed;" Mr. and Mrs, L., C. .Rosenebrg, ((21)) vs. Bye.

at meeting will also be will present a concert program at brought into the pens in drums and,I Wegman expect to make their ,home :The Blind Bogey which was run _

considered. The patrol winning the Towneite Plantation Village the drums turned upside 'down in here. off Sunday was won by J. W.MilKgan. .

'first place will be awarded its recreation hall on Monday night the concrete troughs on one inch I The Bogey number was

choice'three of three prizes and each of February 3,. at eight -o'clock. The I riser strips so that' about an / ch Clewiston Team Plays 52, and .:Milligan: had low gross

the patrols will receive. an chorus, said to be one of the finestin of the molasses is available for the with 39-39-78, the closest score to

award. the country consists of about cattle at all times. Experiments Jupiter Here TuesdayThe the, Bogey number. 0
15 mixed voices and their showed that the cattle feed better'
program Emmett
Low net by
Laborer was won
Negro Drowns will consist of spirituals folk songs when the, molasses is not too deepin .- Shelley with 41-43-84 less 18

. and concert numbers. the trough. JU'ite basketball teamwill
..; boys' leaves 66.
Miami LocksA
The concert has' been arrangedby While complete records'are not I be in Clewiston next Tuesday High net was won by H: C. Van-

the United States Sugar Cor- available of the sugar corporation's night to play the Tigers in their. Landingham with 45-41-86 less ,5'
colored sugar corporation employee .poration for the benefit of the experiments they have proven conclusively second home game of the season It leaves 81.

Sam Magee was drowned plantation workers and speaks that it is possible to finish i.is understood that no girls' team
A ringer. score 'event is also getting -
in a"canal near Miami Locks on well for their efforts to bring the Florida cattle on Florida grown will be brought and the one game ,
under This is a season--
,: Wednesday. was described as best talent here. No admission feeds and that molasses has provena will be started about eight o'- way.
long event with no entry fee charged -
an accident but no details were charge will be made and a numberof ,fair substitute for the grains Clock'
and. for which a small prize .will
available. seats are being reserved d for the which are so expensive as feeds in The local team go to Pahokee \
be given at its close. ",
members of the sugar office staff. this state. tonight and next Friday night will ''

Oil leases have been secured on The group _recently gave a concertin Many -of those cattle fattened in go' to Boca Grande for a double A sweep-stakes event will. be. : runoff -

56,500 acres of land in Santa Rosa Washington for President and the experiments were butchered by, header. Both teams were 'idle last Sunday February 2nd... 'Entry-.r .
county. Mrs. Roosevelt. (Continued on Page 8) Friday night. i fee is 25 cents.i -





I WEEKLY NEWS ANALYSIS By Edward C. Wayne I 4e .i-y y?: ,

1 gIk*

President's Third Inaugural Address I

Emphasizes Faith in U. S. Democracy; I R F EN mues

Fr Lots of Merriment"I
Act Fight Rips Party Lines
SrYcr 't o. Lease-Lend I love looking at her when she' ,
Washington, D. C. laughs."
OF A NEW YORKER: As Cabinet Supports Roosevelt's Plan CRISIS MARCH 15? "Why?" ,

A weekly "liberal" publication reports Secretaries Stimson and Knox did "There seems to be so much oilier

that James True and Robert ivniTT\tt"i NOTE-When opinions ore expressed In these columns; they not go into ,details when they told having a good time." .
Edward. Edmondson have been nre those of the; analyst and not necessarily of this newspaper.) congress they expected an international -
forced to stop spreading their lit-, .(Released by western Newspaper Union.) crisis in 60 to 90 days, but American women feel hor, '

erary garbage. because' of a lack of competent" on foreign policy ques- actually their war department ex- rors-perfumes scarce. (Headline '

suckers I don't believe it THIRD TERM: tions. Ambassador Kennedy was be- perts have gone so far as to fix the in newspaper.) Scentimentalists. .

Another weekly which features profiles InauguralAfter ing welcomed with open arms by approximate date of March 15 for
complaining against gossip isolationist editors and hailed as a the crisis to break. As They Come
bases all of its profiles on gossip taking the oath of office as comrade and then said he consideredthe This estimate is based not only "What's the difference between ammonia -] I
One of those "Americans" will President of the United States for a isolationists the worst "defeatists" upon the already known fact that and pneumonia?" I

shortly be shown up as a bloke whose precedent breaking third term, of all.American. British shipping and its convoys soon "One comes" in bottles and the other'

only interest in a peace negotiationIs Franklin D. Roosevelt delivered to unity, supposedly the must be reinforced, but also on secret in chests.
this: If Hitler loses, then he a waiting nation a high tribute to 'nation's greatest safeguard duringthe ,negotiations to establish an
loses his personal fortune of six faith in democracy. In the inaug- stress of national defense pre- Eastern Front, thus make Hitler WILL TO DO

million dollars, and a bank in the ural address which was marked with paredness, appeared jeopardized. fight two wars instead of one. i

Northeast will fail Nice guy, constant references to ,the "spirit of National leaders differed in their This was one of the big reasons
huh? He doesn't care what America" and the "spirit of democ- prescriptions for the critical momentas for the pilgrimage of Col. "Wild

happens to your son's'life-so longas racy"the President declared that the far as the poles. Bill" Donovan to North Africa, also
he doesn't lose his dough! 'purpose in his next four years of They ranged from Carter? Glass, for visits of officials from the Amer- u

office,would be to: "protect and per-" Virginia, who wanted the U. S. to ican embassy in France to Algiers.

Senator' Wheeler calls everybodywho petuate the integrity of democracy. declare war at once, to the outright Their reports are extremely significant -
disagrees with him a warmon "For this," he said, "we muster isolationist and noninterventionistof asserting that Marshal Wey- /

ger. If you criticize Wheeler he is the spirit of America and the' faithof ,, the type of Montana's Senator gand, commander of the French

the first to yelp,he's being smeared America. We do not retreat. We Wheeler, who opposed No. 1776 from forces in Africa, has become vig-
Wheeler is the gent the Bund are not content to stand still. As opening word to finish. orously pro-British. "Is your aged uncle a man of-

indorsed for the Presidency-if he Americans, we go forward, in the While this was the temper of of- Furthermore, he has stated quite great will power." ; "

ran. service of our country, by the will ficial Washington, a couple of U. S. bluntly to American representativesthat "I should say so. Why he's got

of God." sailors fanned the flame by tearing if he were sure of getting suf- ten millions to will."

William Rhodes Davis denies his While some of the pomp of other down a Nazi banner from a German ficient tanks, airplanes and ammunition -

peddling erl to the Nazis Inaugural days was missing becauseof I consulate celebrating the seventieth he would undertake a cam- Oh, So! -
What's that erl refinery he admits the solemn pall of foreign affairs anniversary of the founding of the paign against the Italians immedi- "What's your,favorite dish?"

owning in Hamburg, Germany, used that hung over Washington, the thou- German Reich. They clambered up ately. "A clean one."

for-killing mosquitoes? Dr. sands that lined Pennsylvania ave- to a ninth-story flagpole in San Fran- These supplies would come to Casablanca -

Kingdon, ex-president of the Univ.of nue to watch the President pass cisco to cause a national crisis to ,. on the coast of-- -French------- "Nn Favors,
Newark, is quoted by the Her- cheered loudly as they saw his party. become that much more critical, Morocco, and what is more impor- Nockby-I think it commendable

Trib as telling a group that Amer- The day was bright but a raw wind while thousands cheered on the side- tant, they would come from the Unit- that Jubbs is so impartial. !
ica's great need is to be "re-dis chilled the onlookers. ed States.
historic walk below.CABINET. Dzudi-Yes; but he carries it too
covered" Hmmmm.The High point of the day's President Next move in this strategy, after far. When we went hunting last! ,
rituals came when : crushing the Italians between Brit- !
week he didn't seem to care
Times says editorially that standing below the Capitol's ish-French pincers would be to !
200- Rolls SleevesFor whether he shot the rabbits, the
all during the campaign Willkie was dome, placed, his hand upon a transport French troops to Greece
of the .
dogs or one party.COLDS
in favor of FDR's foreign policy. year-old family Bible and swore for once in a national issue, apparently and further north in order'to bolster

That's not so Remember the the third time to "preserve, protectand that entire part of the Pre_ the Jugoslavs along the German border -
speeches in which he claimed that defend the Constitution." The ident's cabinet which could conceiv- Conversations between the British
administered by Chief Jus- have anything to do with the
FDR was responsible for Munich, oath was ably and Jugoslavs already have pro-
and when Willkie said the Presi- tice Hughes of the Supreme court. situation rolled up its sleeves and gressed to the point where London
dent's would ruin this went to bat for No. 1776, the lease-
foreign policy CHURCHILL believes that country is ready to
nation? The New York Times : .. '
resist Hitler. However, the Jugo- such as tough
seems to have an abbreviated mem Looks Ahead slavs are most insistent'on one thing coughs, chest ti ht.ftLfBS'

ory. Winston Churchill, following his -ample munitions. ness. Rub
conferences with Harry Hopkins, Furthermore, the Turks have Penetro-pleasing,
The Topeka State Journal's telegraph Roosevelt's personal ambassador, moved three divisions from Anatolia quick disappearing, MISERIES
editor, Arthur J. Carruth, : in Asiatic Turkey to Thrace in mutton-suet base.
looked into the future of the war during Extra medication.Rub .
3rd; thought we'd be interested in European Turkey, in order to be
1941. extra
tonight,to help you get
the Associated Press word- : :.x.
following He said that Britain would not find ready for Hitler.ROY benefits of rest, one of Nature'sgreatest
age which came over that teletypein the war"less' terrible this year than HOWARD4AND WILLKIE colds fighters,25c sizes.
the Kansas City area: "Editors:
New lead British Offensive. RAF last, would have to face continued Wendell Willkie's decision to go to
and : :
of British towns
destruction T
terrific London to gather first-hand information -
give: Ratzis blasting KX" .0' cities without being able to make PENETR.OI
Ho, hum That's not the first to support the lend-lease arma-
time we've been on the big-time. adequate reply. ment bill brought him a grateful bow I
He admitted Hitler's great from the White House, but it cost Knowledge and Integrity

American ships must not trans tage in being able to move his 4i' him a hot verbal battle with one of Integrity without knowledge is

port war supplies to Great Britain, armies about Europe at will. Ii y( : the most potent press backers of weak and useless. Knowledge

or appeasers and other friends of Churchill said Britain wanted no his presidential candidacy.Roy without integrity is dangerous and
Germany would holler blue murder armies from overseas in 1941, but Fii Howard, of the ScrippsHoward dreadful.-Dr. Johnson. j jAL II Ii
would need a constant stream of of and an''
But an American ship loaded group newspapers i

with war supplies for Japan (for its : a3y0. a>Yr, .c tiy #di. zf ardent/unegotiated peace" advocate,
war against China), and nobody spent the better part of one night VEGETABLE
said anything about that. It hap- trying to persuade Willkie to drop

pened in the Port of Corpus Christi, CORDELL HULL the trip plan.Backstppping. LaxativeFor
Texas The little boy from Iowa Howard in his arguments -
With others, he 'went' to bat'lend Headache
wants'peace, too .. But he makes was Bruce Barton, former ,
speeches before acquitted bomb bill, calling for all-out aid to New York congressman and defeated R ia I Biliousness,
makers. Britain. G. O. P. aspirant for the seat of p S I'1' and Dizziness

;' ':\ Morgenthau, treasury secretary New Dealer Sen. Jim Mead. Like ; when caused b7
Ex-Senator Holt gives out dark stepped into the arena, declaringthat Howard, Barton was one of Willkie's ; l Constipation.doses .

hints about the people behind the i % Britain was right then at the, earliest and staunchest boosters and 15 for

President "who are working secret., end of her dollar rope, and, 'that played a leading role in puttinghim I' only 10 cents.
ly to ruin the country" We can some form of unpaid-for aid must over at Philadelphia. Sim
tell Holt ,in a jiffy who is behind be found if Britain was to continueto Howard and Barton strove mightily -

the President-The People! All get supplies. in their effort to win Willkie over I 1

the ostriches who insist that Hitleris ,Hull, in a most powerful session to their views. But the former G.
no danger to America are loud with the committee which left the O. P. standard-bearer stood firmlyby .

supporters of our defense program nation stunned, ''excoriated the totalitarians his 'guns. .
If Hitler is no dangerwhatare and called for the nation 'to He contended that aiding .Britainto Without Virtue

they defending us against-a realize that the crisis was real and beat back the Axis aggressorswas We do not despise all those who)
British invasion? immediate. crucial to U. S. security; that he have vices, but we despise all!

... Stimson, war secretary, declaredin had always. advocated. this'. and. .did, those who have not a single virtue.;
Mark Sullivan, the Washingtonsage nnmunm""" a two-day bout with the committee not propose to change his position.Also -La Rochefoucauld.
laments that Lindbergh has HARRY HOPKINS that he favored sending Amer that while he didn't pretendto

been smeared by some sections of 'Roosevelt'i personal ambassador.' ican warships "anywhere,"'and that be a friend of Roosevelt, Roose-

the press and public That's too Britain's complete crisis was a mat-. velt 'was elected and if he was to HAIRS
bad. Lindbergh can say what munitions" "far more than we, can ter of 60 to 90 days. function as President he had to have GRAY

he likes-but if you say what you' pay for. Navy Secretary Knox hinted that authority to do so. He (Willkie) Do you like them? If not, get a bottle of
like about Lindbergh, you're unfair Britain, however, is not in "extremis" would have demanded this had he Lea's Hair Preparation, it is guaranteed to
if such aid said the real crisis might be the wrestingof hairs a color so close to the
comes make
Life says Vain Marshall has Britain's from her control] been elected, so he was not going to natural your color; the color they were before
been smeared by the press We Churchill. He said: navy be permit personal feeling or partisan- turning gray or the color of your hair thtt
the Nazis who then would'
the by has not turned that you or your
"We have enough men on fight- gray
wish someone would define the word able to establish themselves in South ship to prevent him from urging friends can't tell the difference or your
smear to us It used to mean ing line to hold the front line of civ- such a policy for successful rival. money refunded. It doesn't make and any it difference Is
American aid and America. what color your hair is
ilization if
get .
an unfair and untrue attack. Nowit we so simple to use-Just massage a few drops .,
American credits." CELEBRATE INAUGURAL ON upon the scalp for a few days per direc-
seems to describe sort of ASIATIC
any : tions like thousands are doing.
address before JACKSON DAY
This unheralded a
criticism based on facts. Your druggist has Lea's Hair Preparation
Glasgow audience was widely quot- I Turmoil Grows President Roosevelt's inauguration or nae mea bottle for you, or a
ed in the lend-lease fight in Wash- took place on January 20, but regular Lea's Hair Preparation
G-Men seem to be always in the All Europe and all the Western will be sent you, postage paid by.
i 0.money
the formal Democratic celebrationof receipt of one dollar cash P.
ington. us, upon
middle. Senators Norris and Wheeler hemisphere was watching the dip- order or stamps. (Sent COD 12cLEA'S
John L. Lewis, Max Lowenthal lomatic battle between the United the history-making third-term victory extra).
: will not take place until March
(there's a character that rates be- States and Japan before a backdropof Box 2055 Tampa, Xla.
ing written up) and the commies And Unity Asiatic warfare th t was becom- 29.That
is the date that has been
claim the G-Men have gone too fart ing daily more sanguinary and
President inaugurationday
fixed for the Jackson Day dinner,
against subversive groups '. Congressman gloomy.
, at time when the feverof
came a the annual affair when all good
Dies claims they haven'tgone Even the Battle of Siam was as- BEACONS of
normal -
country was
away Democrats come to the aid of their
far enough Somebody : suming more headline proportions
in bitter fight over the lease-
a party with checks. In the past the
t needs a rehearsal. with conflicting reports from -SAFETY-
, I lend bill-No. 1776. dinner usually has been held late in
French Indo-China and from Siam
Not since the Supreme court fight ol
but this because
January ,
Senator Hiram Johnson is quotedas itself to the of the counter
as success
I had the press of the nation printed the inaugural and a reorganizationwithin OLike a beacon light oa
he is
saying no appeaser and stories of such vitriolic attacks by moves.. the national committee, it has the height-the advertisements "- ,
"wants to Hitler made
see whipped and Most positive claims were
one group upon another, with coun- quietly been decided to hold it in in direct
Britain triumphant" Then why ter charges and charges flinging by little Siam, which claimed that newspapers
is he always blocking and fightingaid important Indo-Chinese border March. you to newer, better and
themselves across committee tables Chairman Ed and
National Flynn
to Britain? their And easier of providingthe
points had fallen to arms. ways
with utter abandon.
apparent his lieutenants hope to make the affair -
Party lines were smashed to while the French did not deny these and profitable than things needed or I
That new song, "I'm Jerk.McGerk smithereens, with Willkie claiming facts, they did claim that any such bigger before. more desired. It shines this
from Albuquerque," reminds me: advances had been purchased at an ever
kill itself of
the would beacon
Republican party One plan is to stage dinners in a newspaper
Whatever became
of Montana's Jake forevermore if it failed to recog- enormous loss in manpower. advertising-and it will be
lot more cities. Another, suggestedby
Thorkelson? Do you care 'JO: of the Axis
nize the principle of "blank-che"ck" European diplomats national II follow
Richard Reynolds, new to advantage to
what your
know became of all those
pea aid to Britain, and allow Roosevelt powers were striving to keep Japan .treasurer, is to combine the victory whenever
ple who belittled our pleas to wake I' all the power he desires. and the U. S. at odds, thus hoping to celebration with a reunion of all factions it you
up two years ago? They are Republican Tinkham countered, cement Japan more firmly to the make 'a purchase.BACKTALK .
; that is, the return to the I
now wearing in their tiny coat American lapels. -emblems I with the charge that Willkie was "in- Axis. I of "absent" leaders.

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'\ for Passenger IMPROVED Migrating Birds 1 _:

j'" No Rules Were BrokenAs Household Newsy UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL According to the bureau, of blo- ',:,::

I logical survey, few migrating '} j
the ,west-bound express train SUNDAY birds fly higher than 3,000 feet and 1

, thundered through the wayside Lesson only occasionally they reach 1:-
station, a door burst open and a 5,000, feet. Most birds like to fly <.

passenger fell out. Fortunately, By HAROLD L. RiIrsd?. D. beneath the clouds, and the majority :
,- he landed on a heap of sand, so, Dean of Tb' of Moody Chicago. of the species migrate at a ; .

though badly shaken up, he.wasn't (Released by,Western Newspaper Union.) height below 1,900 feet. In bad ': ';'"

hurt 'much.The I weather they may fly much lower,
" train shrieked to a stop and so low that at times they strike
': the conductor hurried 4to the side Lesson for February 2 buildings. Birds have, of 'course,

" of the victim. been seen at much higher alti-
+ +wMryMHwM#r'q rb HM-" noygvrA
"Hurt bad?" he inquired. Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected tudes, but these' records were 'established -
., "No I not replied the and copyrighted by International in mountainous countries
s ", ,guess Council of Religious Education used by
man "but what'll I do now?" permission where the birds fly a comparatively -

'''Let me see your ticket," said THE INDIVIDUAL'S RESPONSLBILITY short distance above the land.

the representative of the railroad. REGARDING BEV- The bureau explains that migrat-

When it was produced he examined ERAGE ALCOHOL ing birds fly at low rather than

- it closely, then: high altitudes by the fact that the

"It's all right," he said. "This, LESSON TEXT-Habakkuk 2:15: Genesis lessened buoyancy of air at great
" : ticket allows for a break in the 4:9-12; Mark 9:42-48; I Thessalonians 5:22. heights makes flying difficult.
: journey." GOLDEN TEXT-Abstain from every
form of evil.-I Thessalonians 5:22 R. V.

.'' / l h'
' '' ., The Dark Ages .b4'n; t "Responsible for the drunkards of "

my community? Not me; I am Most delicious bag

Most historians place the period against" the use of intoxicating liquors Of the season; .; ;; quick and .
of the Dark ages between the time Such is the answer Christianmen
and would easy to prepare ; ;.: nourishing .
the western Roman empire fell in women probably
1 475 A. D. and the discovery of the make if faced with that accusation.But ; economical. ;; order; today; :

I pandects a systematically arranged wait! Responsibility means from your grocer.
j collection of Roman laws-I mores than just refraining oneself or

I at Amalfi, Italy, in 1150, or a period speaking against "booze" in a
I of about seven centuries.. The church meeting. Before we finish

: discovery' these laws '''led to a the study of our lesson, we may

general study of Roman and find ourselves guilty of the charge,

I Greek literature which overcame and needing to ask forgiveness, and

I' 'much of the intellectual darkness see the need of bringing forth works

I" ; which had come with the barbari- meet unto repentance. We hear

t ans who had spread, over the continent God's Word telling us:
r from northern Europe. I FEBRUARY HOSTESS? TREAT GUESTS"TO A PATRIOTIC TEA I. Do Not Tempt Your NeighborHab.

, (See Recipes Below.) ( 2:15).

i FEBRUARY IS A PARTY MONTH ter until soft, add sugar graduallyand God is very severe in judgment
L : cream together until light and upon those who tempt others. Of

QUINTUPLETS February is a party month; every fluffy. Add eggs and beat thoroughly. course He condemns the one who

hostess calendar should haverEB10A1Y Add flour, alternately with milk, gives another a drink of liquor. Van
the twelfth, the a small amount at a time. Beat Nothing could be more despicablethan
use MU5TEROLE. *"-m ........ ,. ... fourteenth, and until smooth after each addition. thus to start a man or womanon

1 the twenty-second Then add vanilla. the way to a drunkard's grave.

CHEST COLDSMother J 1 4 5'! 6 1 S ringed in red! Pour batter into 2 wellgreased9inch There can be no question about the
guilt of the who makes the stuff
Jt&J3@J j And this year, square pans (2 inches deep). one
and the who sells it. But be-
Give YOUR Child IS 171819 2021 1 with the renewed Bake in 'a moderate oven (350 degrees one
'.' emphasis? on patrIotIsm Fahrenheit) for 35 to 40 min- yond that, those are guilty who
The Same Expert Care 262728r
which share in the profits from such a busi- Father of Virtues
utes. Put together as layer cake,
At the first of chest cold-the
sign a ness, who rent their buildings for A thankful heart is not the
Dionne Quintuplets'chests and throats the world crisis has brought, there's spreading chocolate cream filling only
-- are rubbed with Children's Mild Mus- every reason to make Washington'sand between layers. Place lace doily the manufacture or sale of liquor, greatest virtue, but the parent of
terole-a product made especially to Lincoln's birthdays occasionsfor made with heart motif over top of who vote to legalize its sale o'r sup- all the other virtues.Cicero.USE .
promptly relieve the DISTRESS of port politicians who do such things
children's colds and resulting bron- more patriotic partying than us- cake. Fasten securely to top of ;
. chial and croupy coughs. cake with toothpicks. Sprinkle sur- in fact, everyone who encourages,
. Relief usually comes quickly because holiday in February lends itself face generously and evenly with confectioners' :- condones; or in any way profits, IS FULLY GUARANTEED
Husterole is MORE than an ordinary to like whether directly or indirectly, from 7 Slngl Edg Blades or lOc
a Washington'sbirthday.
"salve." It helps break up local con- sugar. Brush off excess 1O Doublo Edge BUd.
' gestion. As Musterole is used on the But instead of tea, serve with pastry brush, then remove "the traffic. Are you still "notguilty"

Quints you may be sure you are using coffee with...squares of hot, fragrant picks and carefully lift off pattern.The ?
just about the BEST product made. U. Do Not Fail Your Brother Lost for a Laugh
gingerbread it in the
as see picture -
Also you design should be neatly etchedin
in Regular and Extra
Gen. The most completely lost of all
( 4:9-12)
above. ,
for those preferring astronger product. The spicy squares are confectioners' sugar. i
much "in .keeping with the day, forWashington's Chocolate Cream Filling. Everyone who says, "Am I mybrother's days is that on which one has note
mother was said to keeper?" classes himself laughed.Chamfort.Fortunately .
t Hard and Soft Living have been famous for her ginger- (Makes 2cups) with the murderer Cain. CertainlyI

Poverty ,. is very terrible, andsometimes bread. Make it by your own special 3 squares'unsweetened chocolate (3 am my brother's keeper. This is
ounces) (grated) .
kills the very soul with- the side of the It
recipe or use_ one of the packaged positive matter.
. in us; but it is the north wind that gingerbread mixes. All that you 1% cups milk is not enough that I do not tempt

lashes men into Vikings; it is the will need for decorations is a bowlof % cup sugar my brother. The question is: "HaveI
soft, luscious south wind which flowers and the silhouettes of 4 tablespoons cake flour neglected to do anything that I

lulls them to lotus dreams.-Ouida. George and Martha Washington 1% teaspoon salt could and should have done to save / py
egg (slightly beaten)
mounted on white paper and hung to 1 tablespoon butter him?" J/,1""Hiiiinii

form a background for the tea table. 1. teaspoon vanilla That makes it my positive busi- '
RHEUMATI5M As a part of the food for the occasion ness to eliminate every possible t
Add chocolate to milk. Heat in
serve a minted pear salad temptation. It means that the
with small deviled hot breads. Theseare double boiler. When chocolate is Christian is vitally concerned about x .t I
FAIN! WHERE IT HURTS melted beat with Eli
beaterto '
tender, crunchy biscuit hearts egg the taverns, road houses, dance' ? d h\a
b GOOD OLD p 5550&! 60 with the top section cut out to show lt.blend.Add Combine sugar, flour andS halls, and what not, which entrap
the deviled ham filling. Let the bev- gradually to chocolate and destroy our young people. It ;x
PRESCRIPTION[ liLLLA erage a deep cranberry punch not enough to passively lament
and garnish each cup with a cubeof (about 5 minutes), stirring constantly. their presence; we must actively
Then cook 10 minutes .iiiii i ii
J pineapple stuck on a pick. If you longer, seek their removal. It can be done,
ConscienceMan 'wish to have a second course, small stirring occasionally. Pour small and is being done all,over.the land. IcIL.P i
wretched man, whene'erhe cakes or ice cream molds will finish amount of mixture over egg, stir- III. Do Not Offend Children (Mark

stoops to sin feels, with the act, the menu in ,fine style.A ring vigorously, return to double 9:42). ; jfi[
, boiler. Cook 2 minutes longer stir- ;
\ a strong remorse within.-Juvenal. sugar heart cake is a dessert The Lord holds His followers to

. which any hostess could serve with ring constantly. Then add butter a high measure of responsibility regarding ill
and vanilla and cool.
pride few friends .rlraw.f'Ll!
when.a come in the children whose lives

fEMALE for Valentine's day evening. Fine Patriotic Sandwich Plate. they touch, whether they be in their W
PAlMI white, cake is put together with a (25 star sandwiches; own family, or in the community in
creamy chocolate filling, and the 40 rolled sandwiches) which they live. i ,
: WITH UPSET cake-top is decorated with confec- 1-pound loaves sandwich bread; Children are innocent until their 1.

,NERVOUS SPELLS- tioners' sugar sifted through a,lace Softened butter elders make them otherwise. In
You women who suffer pain of irreg- doily with a heart motif on it. 2 17-ounce cans jellied cranberry: their innocency they are trustful and

: ular spells periods due to with monthly nervous functional, cranky Cranberry Punch. 1 cup dried beef (ground) ready to learn. Their knowledge of ---- )

disturbances should find Lydia E. (Makes 3 quarts) 4 3-ounce: packages cream cheese the right way to live is received \
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound 2% 4 tablespoons milk from their parents and other grown-
cups sugar
simply marvelous to relieve such, 'x
4 lemon-
annoying symptoms. 6 cups boiling water teaspoons juice ups, and (mark it well!) they learn ;.
especially Pinkham's for Compound Is made 2 17-ounce cans jellied cranberrysauce % teaspoon onion juice more from what we do than from
women to
help relieve
such distressing feelings and thus I Trim crusts from 1 loaf with sharp what we say.' t i
help them go smiling thru such knife. Slice lengthwise intoinch pt-- : : \
"difficult ."Over 1.000.000 women 1 cup lemon juice Here is the question each one of _
have reported remarkable benefits. 1 12-ounce can pineapple cubes slices. If very us should honestly face right now: ,

.WORTH.. TRYING I Any drugstore....,i 1 pint carbonated water long knife is not "How does my daily walk influencethe RRYss ,

Cocktail sticks available,. ( ;i children who see me?" Let us HURRY
Rub the jellied cranberry sauce will be r;:::: answer that in the light of verse 42. Gen1neBu
into sugar. Add hot water and heat handle if \J IV. Abstain From EvilJudgmentIs Getthis H1pR
1 O.g and stir until well half crosswise be- A
Coming (Mark 9:43-48; I Thess. AD wuhflashii9ht
slicing. Wrap
blended. Beat complete
slices in damp Case
with rotary beater : /' The Christian is called to abstain atl.steegptterl

ADVERTISINGTCC until smooth. in towel refrigerator and place .::: from "all appearance of evil" or, as 1nou9h to SuP No)
: Add lemon juice. the Revised Version puts it, "every Strong II
for 30 minutes to 1 hour.
Drain juice from form of evil" (I Thess. 5:22). That lb.ma 11510 0"I1
Meanwhile slice second loaf 2O
pineapple cubes and measure; there may call for the sternest kind of imlJ
lengthwise intoinch slices. Cut finish '
.ADVERTISING should be % cup. Add pineapple self-denial (Mark 9:43-47), but why
sandwiches' with
juice to punch mixture and strain out starshapedcutter not? Wet do not follow a Christ who
represents the leadership of then spread with softened
through fine sieve
or cheese cloth. sought for Himself the way of ease
nation. It Chill thoroughly. When ready to butter. Slice jellied cranberry sauce He Himself in
a points the way. into thin slices and cut into stars or comfort. gave
serve, place block of ice in punch complete and willing sacrifice, going
We merely follow-follow to bowl (or use about 1 quart ice with same cutter. Place each slice to the death of Calvary's tree
new heights of comfort, of cubes). Pour punch mixture and tered of cranberry bread. between two slices but- for us. Do we then falter and seek I--- tA(1
carbonated water
over ice. Insert the easy way?
convenience, of happiness. pineapple cubes onto cocktail sticks Blend cream cheese with milk until The fact that there is a day of

and place one in each cup. Fill softened, then add lemon and judgment to come is something to
l. As time goes on advertis- cups with punch. onion juice. Combine with ground remember, but may we not stress

, ing is used more and more Sugar Heart Cake. beef and chopped nuts. Remove the other side of the truth. "The
(Makes 2 9-inch layers) sliced bread from refrigerator, un-. very ,sternness of our Lord's stric- WITH) 'I
.and as it is used more we 4 cups cake flour wrap, and spread with softened but- tures regarding the importance of BATTERIES ACTUAL

all profit It's the 4 teaspoons baking powder ter, then with filling. Roll tightly self-denial only serves to enhancethe '
way into long rolls. Wrap each roll in
% teaspoon salt value of the privilege we enjoyin
advertising has- % cup butter or other shortening waxed paper and place in refrigerator. being citizens of the kingdom of

2 cups sugar When ready to serve, insert a God. If it is worth the loss of a
of bringing a profit to 2 (unbeaten small flag into end of each rolled
eggs ) hand, a foot, or an eye to gain that C
everybody concerned, 1'/ cups milk sandwich. Stand them up around, life, then, in view of the great valuewe
the 2 teaspoons vanilla sides of shallow bowl or basket so place on these members of our
consumer included that flags hang over edge. Fill cen- 1
Sift cake flour once before meas- bodies how great must be our di-
of bowl basket
uring, then add baking powder and ter shaped sandwiches.or with star- [ vine privilege." (Dr. John W. Bradbury

salt and sift 3 times. .
Cream but- (Released by Western Newspaper Union.) I )



but it's obvious that they' don't :S. S. C. "Comm,- So give tome the side streets; the 'resident.t .

The ,Clewiston ,News to have young' boys practicing' ..........:.......:127 92' -'., arteries of a town ..:':.; Commenting on the business of
carpentry on houses under .........:......120' 122 J Not its heart, the business 'partr I the past year, Mr. Davis said that
Published every' Friday In Clewlston. struction. ........_....... 124 116 where electric letters frown! ""' ,Coast Line handled more carloadsof
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS ...............:. 132 159 121 MURtflY. revenue freight during 1940 than
Inc. Palm Beach has its liner : ..............:.. 153 137 116 TOMMY Ill any year since 1931, and that
hattan aground, and in .........:....... 106 i although operating statistics for
'KEATHLEY BOWDC3T Editor. ,, we had our own flurry of .................. 140 13,9\\| Railroad Revenues : 1 the ,Complete year were not yet
ment. Alien runners ran ....._......?.. 656X 634 614 !I ; ,available it is probable that revenue
in the waterway few miles II I 1940
Entered as second class mail matter Increase In freight-ton-miles in 1940 likewise
February '''I, 1927, at the Post Office in Custom officials were on their Games On 21th. i exceeded any year since 1931.
Clewiston, Florida, under the Act. ,ot and: "they probably got reckless. .
March 3, 1897.Subscription wait of City Team J. However, he added, the Atlantic
any"rate after a .................157 135 115 New York, Jan. 19-The decided 'Coast Line's composite freight traffic '
hours custom officials finally,
Year. ................ 140 151 168 ly favorable. prospects for improvement :during! .1940, was not as high-
Rate $:&O Per and found the
ed them, free aliens ........:.:.....:: 119' '124 161 in basic traffic, together witha grade as usual, being less productive -
and from
Advertising Rates On 'Application. "aground, tAt 1 ._...........:..122 161 180 large share of the traffic incidentto of unit revenue.
the Kiwanis Club dinner .................115 117 the national defense program, "In January, 1940," Mr. Davis
Devoted to the advancement and wet: : evening, J. M. ................ 118 indicates a period of improved said, "disastrous freezes in Florida
fare of Clewiston and Hendry County. nesday .:.....:.......653 688 742 gross revenues for the Atlantic seriously curtailed the movement
of Kiwanis,
lieutenant governor Affiliates Coast Line Railroad Company in of one of the Atlantic Coast Lines'
Mayor F. D. Duff were seated at
The community has increased its ame table. After .................139-- I the immediate future, according to principal revenue-producing com-
reputation for sweetness. A candy .vere over the talk somehow .:.............. 128 150 136 C. McD. Davis, Executive'Vice- (Continued on Page 8)I
has now been opened. yerted to reminiscences of ........:........113 155 941 I
factory - - -- -

been War. No.introduced 1. The L two men few who ..................................113. 95 128 145 \ .,:...:..:--:..:..:........................................r-..............................;.............................................................................. .................._............J.... I I i
its for the In-
fantile Clewiston did Fund part and 'from earlier found that, they had .................. 93 I :r. :t
Paralysis been a captain in the same ............. .... 143 114 V
all accounts it.had one swell time in France 23 years ago. ................... 101{ :t: "....,. .V.
while doing ................ !588> -669. 590 ,
A few residents are beginningto U. S. Engineer
number their houses. It TUESDAY : ................. 96 119 112 .!. .;.

wouldn't be a bad idea for every The three circles of the I ...............:..Ill 95 X
home owner to do so and for a Woman's Missionary Society + ..................110 129 100 ,frt. V f..
few more street signs to' be erected.Hitler's Tuesday afternoon.The I ...............128 125 98 fc .t.y
Circle ..................166 110 120 y
Winnie Ayers met y
blustering and threaten- i I ..........?.... 105 J 'I
the home of Mrs. C. Nelson. Ii
ing of the United. States for ninety- Nelson gave the devotional 1 ..........:..611 578 535 ; i ...

two minutes in a pep-talk Thursday gram. A business meeting was Motors, ;I% IS NOT GOOD _
will ,have no other effect, on :lowed by the study of the .........161 186 136 TO DRIN t
the USA than to speed up help for "How To Pray." Circle ................... 130 140 131 X Y

Britain. gave a handkerchief shower to \ .................115 127 106 X, .,
Nelson, and expressed their .........?.......128 117 108 tA 'I
The hunting season doesn't end i regret, at losing her as a ................... 112 ,, 107 .. I
until tonight but as today is'a Refreshments 'of cookies and ,.......e....... 117 tA
closed day (Mondays, Wednesdaysand ...............'646 677 59.8;
were served to Mrs. D. B. .
Fridays,) county nimrods were Mrs. R. J. Blount, Mrs. E. M. J
forced to stow away their' shoot- nette, Mrs. M. A. Thomas, \ SIDE STREETS V V.s. 1

ing irons last night. H. E. 'Walker, Mrs. Clayton y 1I
Mrs. Sam Young, Mrs Harry me the side streets' the :: ": ii Jj ('(m r : :: :;:
said have of a town, v.J :
Miami authorities are to lips, Mrs.: Mathis and Mrs.' : -' ,', I
ruled that the deadline for the Hodges. Mrs. Jack ''Herring heart, the business part, Y'
(Explanation on Page Eight)
electric letters frown! X
purchase of auto tags comes at visitor. ,
midnight Saturday night insteadof The Margaret Circle met at streets with 1. i isavings
friendly :: Safety' is a good slogan. Knowing ;
midnight tonight. Before ven- home 'of Mrs. W. R. Wheeless. \ your ;

iurfnoout tnmnrrnw with- a' 1940 1 C. R. Krueger led the \ happy wistful sights: I :i: here :i:
tag: however, we'd want to ,know A new member was added to are up to $5000 as- '-
how the road patrolman had interpreted I][ circle roll. After a business quite. squat and prim v ,
the- fifteen day extension.RAMBLINGS. I I I ing 'punch and cookies were lawns all neat and trim; I :f sures you of their safety.. Open an ac- :

IJ to Mrs. L. C. Miller' Mrs. W. I .:. .s.
J' Broaderick, Mrs. H. E. Meador. ', lamps .that thrill the :: count with, as little as $1.00. ::

;:NN:..:N:.iN:..:..:..:N:..:N:..:NN:..:..:..:..:N:..:..:..:N:. I Harry Varnadoe,' Mrs. Floyd ; V
: drews and .a visitor, Mrs., J. mailbox.on. a post;

Boyd. in gay .array;, yY
.' The Mary Ellen Dozier girls that laugh and play; Y'Y
meeting was held at the home
By B. B.
Mrs. R.. C. Nowling. walks and bosky ,trees; Y v
of twilight breeze V
.. .. .. ........ .... .. ........ Y ?
.:iN..:. :.:NN :N: :N: : : : :N : : :+: : : : :1 Y
... Kiwanis Slips Badly roofs with dripping, eaves., '
..." ':::"' -p 587'U., sound of singing lea\es yY
School pupils and college students -
In Bowling ,, ... ...
alike are breathing sighs of I I that lead to side .i. .s,
reliefs-exam week is over. High I Y '
school pupils have been wandering f Outstanding in bowling :
around at odd hours, some of them I ment play for the, week, life that beats and beats! i .:M:N:.;:.:N:N:N:.:N:N.N.N:M N. :N.N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:H.N:N:N:N:N:N.N.N:N:N:N:N:N.N:M:N.N:N:N:N:N:N:M:N:N.N.:;.i

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enjoying the freedom from classes I matches of Tuesday night was - - -- -----

and others with_ a distracted expression. loss' by the Kiwanis team of -
to the U. S. : : : : : : :.:.:..:..:..:N.H:..:..:NNNN .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:.:..:..:..: :..;.:N:..:..;.:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:.:..: :..:..:..:.. .-.
Tomorrow ushers in Februarythe f Corporation straight games office team that ............................-..:..:..:.".:..:"..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..1-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:,..:'..-:..:.:..":..:..:..:...:.......:..:--:..:..:..:..:..:..::...:..-...:.".:'.":.8..,.

busiest; if shortest, month! cf which skidded .them from a tie -- .=..:.
the year in Clewiston. Somehowthere's second place back to fourth- J :::_i: _. .' f */..
always more activity, more The Merchants, idle this week, "' r .ss: :
.. ...t.
parties, more guests, more of every- have a secure hold on first : .f..S.
than other office' ; ENJOY AN : ....
thing in February any with the" team hot on ;_; ..s..s.i ...
'month in the year. A big bridge trail. : "
party on the 4th, the oyster supperon The Affiliated team lost i i :.' ; --: ;,,"::: ::1:1:::
the 13th, a big tea on the 20th, games, three to the City team '. ; ./
the President's dinner ,on the 25th, Monday night and another three .;' ,'",; ALL ELECTRIC I ", .. :.ij:::.
'not to mention a few bridge clubs, the Commissary team on :
:: : .> : \ )::s:
luncheons, a tent'show, Valentine night., The Engineers were ; ; I '; : .s..s.
Day and birthdays (in our family, to break their jinxand lost HOME ,:" .s..s.
'at least.) And the weather man to the ,Clewiston Motors ,:.: .s..s.
_ 'is doing his best to make it pleas- night. -, .s...

,ant for us, too. Hope he continues. Markette's 187 was high s _AUV {..s. .
for the week with ,E. E. Kelly ....
We've been getting some painton ond with a 186. Ed Ward
the living-room walls at our high match total ,with 492 :yi::: i
pins.M. :i: : Electricity is the modern servant ;- a servant that :: :
house, and that calls' for other E. Von Mach of the
things, so drapes and slipcovershave Office team and Ed Ward of :;::_;: takes care of both, the work and the pleasures of the **

kept illustrations us poring in over these the home-fascinating same place team in 'aver, are'ges fighting with Von for ; :_:::: home and one that will \\do everything quickly, efficient- 3:::

making magazines that we keep by I still holding a ,one-tenth p I = z I ly andd, economically'..
the year, being unable to part with point lead over Ward. ....
them. If we could only get paid' former leader is third I
by the hour for evenings thus' 152.9 and Gratton Gewrge is' i,I ::::i: One penny will toast 26 crunchy slices of toast, or :..:.:;::.

spent! At any rate, the project is fourth place with 151.9..
:::: give two hours of safe reading light or operate 5
underway.:, The other half developed Standings: after Tuesday I r your eyes ; :

a conveniently injured hand, so matches. showed the :_;::;_: your radio'for most of a day-and-ELECTRICITY is :3s:::

'we use mounted as step-ladder the kitchen ourselves chair that'we and_, leading Sugar Office with, an.708 average; of -. ; |!',I :i=:i: one thing that gets cheaper the more of it that you use. : 5:

put up the shade and 'curtain fix- .600; Kiwanis, .583; Clewiston ...s. oJ

tures. All our lives, we've stood tors, .533; City, .519 ; :::: That is why it is so easy 'to have and enjoy a home .*..*.
'at the foot. of the ladder, handingup .125 and Engineers, .048.
nails, "hammer, and screwdriverin The scores, not including :;::_;: that is all electric and modern. ts_ ::

succession to the man on top night's matches are: ..s..s.....

the ladder, privately thinking that .Game on 28th ,
"' .:...
he required a lot- of waiting on to Kiwanis I

get, a little work done. But whenwe Ezelle ............?........ %2 .!..:.
got up on top of the ladder? Wilcox, .:.....;:..'......... 150 :!::: ELECTRICITY IS YOUR CHEAPEST SERV- :
- we found, to our disgust, that we Tippey ..........-".........144 124_ !) :s.
required just as much waiting on Lawrence ................ 112,- 106 :; :: I ..s.;...;..
as the other' fellow Markette ---......-........ 187 138
We've been figuring, too, on the Miner ...................... 127' 117 :::: ANT-USE IT EXTRAVAGANTLY.. **
time required for that job. We TOTAL, ..:..... :...... 662 635 : :t::;:
think we, can do in our spare time U. S. S. C. Office ," "J.s ;s.
a drape a week and a chair a.month Crochet .........::.::..'...122 135 : ., s..s.
I :xx:::
so at that rate, we shouldbe Shelley ...............:.*_.. 121 152 .,.:. ......
finished about Thanksgiving.Drop Wilson ..... ..........A. 135 151
: by and _see. Bell .......:.........;....._169 131 : AlJV ..
s'v Ward. _.....:::......:.....157 165 .
Inspectli\T\ ; new houses is a favorite TOTAL ....:..........704 734,
past-time, and we've had ample '
: -
'opportunity lately to indulge in it Affiliated Glades Power and light CO "II

The boys around town enjoy it, too, Owen ....................... 129 79
rand lately we've found to our dis- Lanier .........:........,..,125 '145 i ii
"may that some of .the youngsters Knight .................... 124 104 YV
have let their enthusiasm run away Weaver ......____........ 112 ::: .., i +.;.
with them to such an extent that Rosenberg .............. 115 149 I YV
real damage has been done. The t[ Lovvorn ........... ...... I I II : .s"
f ill .. ........ ........... .. ............ ...... ........ ...... . .
contractors haven't : :N: : : : : : : :NNNM.MN: : : : : : : : : :NN. :NNN. : : : : : : : : :-:-: : : : : : : : :-: : : :N:NN. : :NNNNNIIN. ..NNw..:.
complained jet J}I TOTAL ................605 588 ... ..:..:..:..:-ANN:..:.. MNNN....:..:..:..:..:..:.....:..:..:..:..:..: :-:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-: ..: :..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:":":.:..:..:..:.:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..: :.: :.:.:.).:.:NS.i..:.

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JANUARY- 31. 1P41. :THE 'OliEWIflTOM s ffKWB ,,P:&GB FIVE
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Beach spent the week-end in DINNER PARTY AT INN PARTY CELEBRATES HER c rt.! .. it
1 ,' H. Thomas, junior engineer "
Clewiston., Joel Keen and Mrs. FIFTH BIRTHDAY '
Personals 11Dr. H.: .C.: Aant ,took her home Sunday Mrs. A R. 'Broadfoot was hostessat who" has been connected with the .
r : -I : -
Clewiston ?
evening, a dinner party at the Clewiston Mrs. B., C. Flaniken entertained sub-office of the U. S.

J ::1 i wt! ..;', Inn Saturday evening, complimenting with, a birthday party Thursday Engineers for the past year or ::.:]

i M. and chil- Mrs. Minnie Cogan, worthy .afternoon at her home on the gov- more ,has been placed in the po'I
Mrs. James Boyd
sition of assistant
matron, O. E. e. or Florida, ernment reservation to celebrate engineer in '.:o
,her grad ...
Orville 'Rigby spent the weekend dren of Fort Myers visiting and Mrs. Elizabeth Peam, Past the fifth birthday ,anniversary of charge'bf the office. A. R. Broad- .
j '
in Miami. parents, Mr and Mrs. W. T. Grand Organist. Mrs. Cogan paid her daughter, Bettye Carol.A foot, who formerly held this position '

,j Wheeless' in their home in Saga- her official visit to, the Moore Ha- pink and blue color' schemewas ,' was put in 'charge of the: '1

1 ,Mrs. T. B. Shelley of Miami spent' 'ui ore Court Apartments. ven Chapter O. E. S. of which,-Mrs. carried out in the refreh--, office when Carawan Nelson was

several days in Clewiston this week.- Broadfoot: is .Worthy., ,Matrpn, Sat- ments and decorations for the party. transferred to Jacksonville last .
p : ; W: W,:Woodward left Thursday week.. -
; : _, urday evening. The children were given balloonsas '
for Washington, D. C., where he
; '. Miss Lillie Mae Billups is spend l has been transferred by the U. S. Guests at the dinner were Mrs. favors, and enjoyed an hour of

'I' : ing this week in _LaBelle assisting Engineers. He has worked in Cogan,. Mrs. Peam, Mrs. A. W. various games. FOR SALE Used band instruments

j! in the LaBelle Drug store. Clewiston office for some time in Lawrence, Clewiston, Mrs. I. E. Miss Kathleen Flaniken assisted cornets, clarinets, saxophones -

the drafting room. Scott, Mrs. J. W. Adkins and Mrs. Mrs. Flaniken in ,entertaining the ,, etc., $10.00 up. For particulars
; Mrs M. E. VonMach and Mrs.S. -- D. C. Settle, Moore Haven. children and in serving refresh see' C. C. _Klutts. 5t.:

L. Crochet were shopping, in After the dinner the guests attended ments of, ice cream and birthdaycake.

1. West Palm Beach, Wednesday. Connally. Nail and Frank. Cothern the special meeting of the ',The guests were Carol 'Au-
, in Fort Myers Monday to
were Moore Haven Chapter. Mrs. Cogan gur, Emma Jane Ezelle, Annette FOR RENT-Small furnished apart

C. E. Lewis of ,Miami is ,spending secure data on the new airport made an inspiring talk on "Fra- O'Day, Gale 'Curry, Caroline Thomas ment. F. L.. Williamson. tf.
there for the U. Engineers.
:, a few weeks in Clewiston on ternalism. Chapter members and ', Anita Cuttino, Nancy Harts-

business.Mr. are now being prepared for the visitors, numbering about fifty, who field, Sue Cornette, Claire Jones,
Vero Beach airport. I
attended the meeting were also Sharon Crochet, Paul Howard Bowden -' FOR SALE-On account of

and Mrs. Philip Steptoe, of guests at an informal reception at I Heath r Guthrie, Don Terrell, health 'I am forced to sell poor
W. Va., are spend- Bub Mills accompanied his grandparents my
Shepherdstown the Moore Haven Woman's Club Benny and David Prewitt, Gene rooming house in ,Moore Haven.
several days in Clewiston.Mr. '., Mr. and Mrs. Solon Crews,
ing later in the evening. Beery, Howard Smith, Jimmy Ten rental rooms upstairs and two
/ of Fort Myers, to Daytona Beach Knight, Wayne King, John Perry, large storerooms downstairs. Priced

and Mrs. Roy Cornette are over ,the, week-end to visit their BIRTHS Gene Fuller and Marjorie Brown. for quick sale. Would prefer that

spending this, week''visiting in La- daughter, Mrs. Leo' Englehardt and ---
those interested see building and
: Belle. her baby daughter.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Adams of I KEEPING UP THE AVERAGEM. personally Investigate business.-:

'------ South Clewiston are 'parents of a I Mrs. I. P. Jepson.Johnson's .

Herbert Speer of' Pahokee was a Carawan Nelson is leaving baby girl, who was born at the

business visitor in Clewiston Mon- tomorrow to join Mr. Nelson in I locaf hospital on Sunday, January'I E. Von Mach, while in Miami
with Mrs. Von Mach last week-end
. day. Jacksonville. Mrs. L. C. Miller is 19th.
I Ito, visit friends at the Normandy
I'accompanying her and will remainfor Mr.. and Mrs. Percy Rowland of I Fish Camp
Plaza on Miami Beach, joined the
Mrs. Kennon Swayne _has a sh'ort visit with relatives in. South Clewiston, are parents of a I
spent two in the for three
ed from Pahokee where she I Jacksonville boy, who was born Tuesday,' Janu- men party (Near Hurricane Gate)
bowling games on the newly open-
\' week visiting
a --- ary 21st. Clewiston Fla.
ed alleys there and managed to
:Mr and Mrs. A. O. Ward and Mr and Mrs. Jk L. Yates ofMoore
Boats and Motors-Guide Service
hold the Clewistun
and 'up reputation of .
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Knight Grace visited Mr. and Mrs. Judson Haven are parents of a baby Rates ReasonableW.
bowlers well his
as as own average
sons, Richard and Jimmy, spent Francis, Jr., in Canal Point Satur- boy, who was born Thursday, Jan- -
' Palm Beach. by rolling games of 182194203to H. Johnson, Mgr. '
Sunday in West day. Mrs. Judson Francis, Sr., re', uary 23rd. The boy has been nam- win over his opponents very

turned with them after a week's ed Richard Lee. ...
i Mrs. W. M. Bradnack of Orlando visit. Mr. and Mrs Dan Carlisle are easily. He chalked up twenty-four
straight marks, ten strikes and
_,.' is spending some time here with parents of a boy who was born fourteen MECHANICAL, STRUCTURAL
''' Mr. Bradnack.Mr. Mrs. A. Ij. Taylor and daughter Friday, January 24th, and has been ARCHITECTURAL DESIGNS
: named Charles Coleman. Mrs. Car-
," Miss Lorraine Taylor, of LaBelle
Maps Estimates
and Mrs. R. C. Wilson, Mrs. lisle was formerly Miss Phyllis Wil-
.. : were business visitors here Wed- FOR RENT-Apartment. East
_, W. H. Lanier and Mrs. R. M. Bishop JOHN H. DOTY
. nesday. Miss Lorraine is a studentat' son.Mr. Clewiston Inn. O. A. Clark
visitors in West Palm Beach
were Stetson University, and was on and Mrs. Foy Durrence are e Engineering Consultant

Wednesday. a visit home. parents of a baby girl who was Hopkins Bldg. Clewiston, Fla.

born Sunday, January 26th.
--' Mrs. 'R. C. Nowling, Mrs. ,Charles : I ., ;'." ___
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Barnes of
Bolton, Mrs., H. R. Hall and Mrs. MRS. CARLTON HOSTESSAT (
Talbott, Ind., and Mr. and Mrs. I SET THE PACE Glasses Scientifically Broken Lease
. J. L. Whitaker were visitors Wed
Charles 'Walker of Mendota, Ill., Fitted and Repaired DuplicatedDR.
nesday in West Palm Beach. IN THE QUALITY RACE F, D. GUDBAUR
and Miss 'Amelia 'Holden of Eustis.Fla''whe' ,
-- overnight guests of Mr. Mrs. A. C. Carlton entertained Optometrist

', Mr and Mrs. A. W. Lawrence Hanna members of her bridge club Wed-, Phone IDS G Collier Arcade
and Mrs. F. A. Tuesday.
Fort Myern. Florida
and Mr. and Mrs. Zerney Meredith
" nesday, and awarded a Play--Tex Successor to K. H Oakley
" were Sunday; visitors in West Palm make-up cape to Mrs. W. F. Nall
H. of
.' Mr. and Mrs. B. McKinley
. Beach. for high score, and a pair of 'rub }yo
Peoria, were guests for several -
I days of Mr. and Mrs.; E. E. Kelly.Mr. ber mittens to Mrs., R. M. Hare, Jr., J. M. COUSECounselor
, -
.l" Abe Webere, Jr., of Westport, for second high. .
'. < McKinley is retired treasurerof and Attorney at Law
Conn., has arrived in Clewiston tospend '
A surprise shower of baby gifts .
several months on business.' the Caterpillar Tractor company, .1QO Hopkins Building
: was given to Mrs. Foy Durrence.Mrs. l
and is 'moving to Miami. Wednesdays and Saturdays
He is making his home. at the Inn. Carlton served gingerbread "
,,. "J ,, -' 9:30 to 4:00
_"'L : .with whipped cream and coffee to
'Jim Bob and Dan Beardsley,
,blinder and ,
Mrs. Fred: daughter;:
',"" ". Mrs. ,Nail, Mrs. Hare, Mrs. Glen
studen stat the of Florida
*. University -
' Minder of"
...: Lucille Chicago, aievisiting'
Etherton Mrs. Harry Knight, Mrs.
: ; : few be- CLEWISTOX ,
,are spending .a days
_:- ;
the former's niece, ;
? and Mrs.. John El- I
:.... Keith Hartsfield and family. tw semesters at their home here. George Crow" I li TINNING & PLUMBING SHOP

Jack ,Day, of Lake Worth, also" a more. I II I /FREE. Send for nne book.I Anything in Plumbing Fixtures
" student the is their I containing dozen of
Mr. and Mrs. E. Minder, Mrs. at University, CLUB MEETS WITH let bright ideas to improve Prompt, Efficient Service

Fred Minder and Lucille Minder guest. MRS. THOMASMrs. i your baking. .Address:'(
-, o"-phopho/e, Rumford Biking Powder, PETER CHRISTENSEN, Mgr.
left yesterday; for a visit of a few :double-acting Box N, Rumford.R.I. ,
Mr. 'and Mrs. Holt and Mr. .
days in Key West. James Miles H. Thomas was hostessto

and Mrs. .Leonel Weil, of Montgomery members of, her bridge club
Mrs.- Mr. Fred and Mrs.Minder:Emil spent Minder Wednesday and- ,the Ala.Clewiston, are spending, Inn. several The visitors daysat Wednesday Royal Palm afternoon Avenue.at her Mrs.' homeon Earl :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..-:..:..:..:;.:..:..:.+:.:..:-..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:;.:'..:..:..: :..:..:.:..:..:.+::st

'p' in Okeechobee with Mr. and have enjoyed many fishing tripson Smith won high prize and Mrs. R. .I:

Mrs. G. O. Wallace. Lake Okeechobee, since their ar N. Smith second prize..
rival. / :, A crabmeat salad course was EXCELLENT BUY
t_: l
Miss Maxine Doty has returned served by the hostess to Mrs.. -J.

from Live Oak, where she has beery 'Mr. and Mrs. Ray M. Smith of Grady Niblack, Mrs. Keith M.

for two months in the Western Chicago: are spending several daysat Hartsfield, 'Mrs. C. J. NIelson, Mrs.R. .

,Union office. the Clewiston Inn. Mr. Smith, H. Knight, Mrs. B. H. Cuttino, :;: Choice corner resident lot. One of :

who is 'on vacation from his dutiesas Mrs. Earl Smith' and Mrs. R.. N. y t

Mr. and Mrs._ B. L. Thompson purchasing agent for the Union Smith. =i= largest in city. Ideal location. Priced =
, and children spent Sunday visiting Tank Car company, is enjoying fish- ,

: Mr. and Mrs. Norman Thaggard : ing, golfing and ,sightseeing'while ENGINEER BARBECUEThe ''X ..
in Fort Myers. here. :t:: right for quick sale. ':
barbecue which had been t

* Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hoffman of Mr. and Mrs. Harold McInerney, planned a week ago Saturday hon- : -
== :
_. :..>, Providence, R. I., came Tuesday! ,for of Detroit, Mich., Miss E. Langloisand oring Carawan Nelson who was And we have other listings in which

a visit of a few days with Mr. and M. Grace of Fort Wayne, Ind., transferred to 'Jacksonville after X h.b

: Mrs. Nicholas Van Slyck Mumford. are the week-end guests of Mr.,and three and a half yeais. as head of :::: will be Intereste d.;;.
a, Mrs., M. E. Von Mach. Mr. Graceis the Clewiston sub-office of the U. you X

Mrs. R. N. Smith, Mrs. Miles H. head -of the Grace Construction S. Engineers, was rained out and ; h
... Company of Fort Wayne and Mr. Mr. Nelson was* forced to leave be- "
, "r, Thomas, Mrs. B. H. Cuttino and ;.:. .<: "
: 'Mr. and Mrs. Earl Smith are spend- McInerney is connected with V. P. fore the party could be held. ..',' :--, ,.'" :

ing today in Fort Myers on busi- McInerney and Sons of Detroit. The group of employees was 1: :':''' r J. E. Beardsley I :

o ness. not discouraged, however, so last ;
I' bliss Edythe Nell Cornette came. Saturday, ;afternoon, on the levee "". -: ;. '

J James M. Hoffman, of Coral down from Lakeland where she is back of the office, the barbecuewas ,. REAL ESTATE :

Gables, lieutenant governor of the attending Florida Southern College, held with Mrs. Nelson'present ;:: "}

Southeastern district of Kiwanis and, spent the week-end here with to exp-ress her appreciation both PHONE 66 :,:;!

.- Clubs, visited the. Clewiston club her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. M., for herself and for Mr. Nelson. ." :

Wednesday. Cornette, and her grandparents, Mr. There was a large group of en- "::" BETTY SPICER ART LAWRENCE "'

a' and' Mrs. H., D. Ezelle, of Morton's I gineer employees present and the Y

.' 111'and Mrs.' Joe Wisner of Gap, Ky., who are spending the barbecue was said to have been de .Y:" :......;:);

Montgomery, Mich., and Mrs. Lo- winter here._ I I licious. ::.:w:0.--

"; uise Pickens of Butler, Ind., spent
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several days this week with Mr.

L and Mrs. F_ A. Hanna.Mr. .

,. "'_son Williamson house, .Johnnie vacated and Mrs., Apartment have-last,Forrest-week moved Tatum by, into'from Mr. and and the the 15! YOUR BOME! BIG! ENOUGH

:Mrs. Van Cothern.

Homes don't grow in size but home completely to fit their
R. C. Huffman, Jr., of Key 1
West, ,Lieutenant Wynn of the I ,families do. Houses should be present needs. '

Submarine base, and R. M., Davis,I' enlarged but are not because

1.,. of Albany, New York, spent a few people lack the cash to buy. The ABC Monthly Payment Plan i

, !", days in Clewiston this week. Consequently many families are is a simple, economical way to

,, living in crowded quarters bepurchase home improvements

,- Mr and Mrs. I. D. Leydig and cause they don't know that under out of income. Convenient and

;-'.-' 'family; have, as their guests for a the 'ABC Monthly Payment easy terms can be arranged to

few weeks, Mr. and Mrs. Clayton x '' Plan they can remodel their suit,your purse. .. -- ---- '
'- W. Carpenter of Houston, Texas.; :, '
{ .... e
,Mrs. Carpenter is a niece of Mr. L "r- J ".. -1" ,-, '
spendingf .'f
Leydig. The visitors are I. ..' w J

a :vacation in Florida and have ,

visited St. Petersburg, Tampa and

car.Fort Myers in their trailer house- Bishop =Wilson LvimbermtmAY. Compa.n.y



A tall, gaunt and dirty specimenof his own abode. With the airy assurance
the American outlaw frontiersman of a squatter he had re THE:. CHEERFUL OTTO
of his day slowly emerged solved to take all he wanted for .
from the interior darkness into the himself and had sworn he would defend -
clear moonlight that shone into the himself. It doesrvt do to work

doorway. He was rigged in a loose Profiting by the absence of resistance too Kt.rd-
ragged shirt and loose ragged trou from Don Ramon during 50 soon -Ie. hCbr the
sers. He cursed and growled; his long illness, Blood had built upon rlf'l Cc.llCorvMdtr -,
swore he knew nothing of any sur>a. his claim a rough attempt at a '
mons,'had been in Yerba Buena for, stockade. It stood on the brow of Vhe.n thht
three days, and ordered the midnight rise that overlooked the river for I t'hu k

trespassers off his premises. miles. The spot had been well cho- It doesrst do work
Bowie made no effort to 'appease sen for defense and would prove, : to
him. He repeated bluntly, "Get I Bowie realized, a troublesome ob- .:t ..11 .
CARMENoFTHERANCHOBy your belongings out of this shack if stacle to the cleanup. r .1ccnnri
you don't want 'em burned up." When they rode up in the moon-

The squatter flew into a rage- light to Blood's place Bowie gave
apparently a planned one, for he orders to his scouts and vaqueros.
ended it suddenly by pulling a pis- "Take no chances here. This man
FRANK H. SPEARMAN Frank H. Spearman WNU S rvic. tol, hidden under his trouser band is tough. He will shoot to kill; don't 0

the rancho storehouse and where his shirt, hung loose, and fir- let him beat you to it. Scatter now.
CHAPTER XVII-Continued raiding Work around by the Melena. Don't
-20- helping yourselves to flour and grain ing it straight into Bowie's face.
It not fast enough. Bowie expose yourselves any more than WNU Service.
was quite
his throat and wine. That has'happened twice.
Bowie tried to laugh: you have to."
"Now all that's going to stop. I knocked the barrel aside and laid
bad gone dry. "Never fear, he He had hardly spoken when the
the butt of his heavily
about old scores own pistol
nothing more ;
"those wretchesare say I
managed of
say scream a woman surprised ev
about trying to burn the mis- across the squatter's head as the
miles away before this. It is a your eryone. A second scream followed;
sion night before last and your demanding man sprang to clinch him. He
walk, but we must try. I will carry then a succession of moans, growing CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT
vida mia." that the Indian women be slammed the squatter aside just asa fainter.
I enough sent out to you. second man sprang like a panther Bowie's mind worked fast. He
"Not so. am drag
you as it is., Vamos, querido." "But take notice: You're headed, through the doorway, knife in hand.It passed his rifle to. the nearest va- I II
was a knife with a long blade. I
and all to off Guadalupe
The rising moon began to shed a one quero. "Spread out and charge 'em
Rancho and 'off the mission lands in Bowie, taken somewhat by surprise,
ghostly''light over the desolate land- boys. A fight inside is our only
confessed next it looked a yard
hours to stand day "
the of twenty-four or your chance, he shouted. "Scatter.
The shock of night
scape. ground with rifles and shotguns. For long. He ducked to one side, but WATER HEATERSAutomatic
terrors keyed Carmen up to mak- smaller and Spreading into a fan, they dashed
the second squatter, a
Til be here to
ing the long walk back without feel- tomorrow morning forward. A second surprise greeted Electric Water Heater 30 Gal.
clean this whole mess up and it'll quicker man, got the knife point into Finest quality $30. Buy direct from factory
ing it. Nearing the mission, a Bowie's left forearm before the latter them at the stockade-a burst of save half. Valuable information free.
strange phenomenon confrontedthem. be done. That's my say. Now you gunfire. A vaquero was knocked White Products Corp., Lansing;, Ditch.
could escape it. The stab served
Their eyes were closely talk. from his saddle; a horse went down.
only to the Texan, and the
Deaf Peterson did talk and he enrage
hidden guerillas Bowie and his .
bent discovering two Texans galloped
on took fast ------------------------
"We stand wiry squatter ,, a beating
shouldbe talked loud and long. on
the stockade find
before they through flimsy to
discovered. Every clump of citizens our rights of as the bony United fidey settlers States and of ,from Simmie the pistol threw butt and while bound Pardaloeand the themselves facing five fighting men. Ask Me ,Another

shrubs was skirted gingerly; every tall fellow. They emptied their pistols, sprang
tree, prostrate or standing, was a America, he shouted finally. "Youcan't from their saddles and rushed the
A General
buck is Quiz
'n' don't a exclaimed A
scare us we surren-
possible ,hiding place for a skulker. Bowie turning his smaller squatters, who, clubbing their rifles,
But only when their fears had der our homesteads for you nor for laid hotly about them. But they a________________________
proven groundless, when it became all the greasers in Californy. Capt'nBlood'll were dealing with men familiar with
evident that not a living soul was be here tomorrow, boss. every trick of frontier fighting, and The Questions
within sight or hearing, did Bowie Talk to him if you want to. 'N' ifyou're the knives of the quick-footed Tex- 1. What is the rule of noblesse
and Carmen realize that a fountainof looking for a fight you can ans turned the tide. One of the oblige?

water close to the plaza was gush- get one right here" now where you'rehorsin' squatters ,went down, out. Two of 2. What is the opposite of prolix?i\

ing with a roar into the air and around. them ran for the cabin, and the re- 3. What workman used a can -
running like .a river over the po- "You've had your warning, boys," maining two threw up their hands. hook?

trero. retorted Bowie evenly; and without i Pricking,them significantly, the Tex 4. A horsepower is equal to how
They looked at the church but further .parley he and his compan- an pushed them as unwilling shields many watts?

did not recognize it. It dawnedon ions rode away. toward the shack. A gunshot flashed 5. How many deadly sins are
them that the tower was gone. After supper that night there wasa from the cabin. The squatter hos- listed?

They hurried to the house. Their council at the quarters of the tages yelled to the defenders not to 6. What is the tallest living animal -

knocking brought no response. They Guadalupe vaqueros. Bowie had as- shoot and, leaping to the shack door, ?

turned to the door of the church; sembled Pardaloe, Simmie, Pedro,. Pardaloe crashed it .in and jumped, 7. How,much does a presidential
it was still barred. With the earth Felipe and three of the hardiest of 1 aside. inauguration cost?

shuddering every few moments tinder the cowboys for a conference. The There was no further fire from

their feet, they shouted together plan of an attack on the squatter within. The vaqueros came up with The Answers

called the names of the,two pad- stronghold was discussed. The sug- loaded rifles, torches wee lighted,
1. Rank
imposes obligation.
res and their own names. Slowly gestion of a daylight assault was and the men followed their leaders
abandoned since it was almost cer- ( 2. Concise. ,
and cautiously the church door was inside.
3. A lumberman (for turning,
tain to result in casualties !
unbarred. Padre Martinez openedto more An Indian woman, strapped and
them. Every soul-men, women than would be likely in a night raid.It gagged, lay on the floor. Pedro cut logs).
4. One horsepower 746
and children-of those at the mis- was no part of Bowie's plan to her bonds. She had been kidnaped

sion were on their knees, sending shoot any squatters, but the rancho from the mission. Iwo men, she watts.
must be rid of their trespassingand 5. Seven: Pride, covetousness,
supplications up to heaven for help. told them, had bound and gaggedher '
Carmen, breaking into,tears, joined, their increasing depredations.No when she had tried to ,escape. lust sloth., anger, gluttony, envy and'

them ,fixed plan was arrived at that Who wen they? Where were they?
6. The giraffe (the males sometimes
night. The men chosen were only
'Bowie tried to learn. He flung open
attain a height of 18 feet).
CHAPTER XVIII told to look to their arms, their the back door. The moonlight
7. The cost has varied from,
ammunition their mounts and to
streamed in. A rifle shot ,rang out
time to time. Congress appropriated -
It was days before Santa Clara hunt up a few knots for torches. and tore into the lintel above hk

;Valley recovered from the,shock of Bowie understood the value of sus- Bowie was chasing Blood. head. It was from the woods and, $35,000 for 1941 inaugural ex
penses-about $7,000 less than
its mighty earthquake. Graduallynews pense to.worry defenders of a post as PardaJoe shoved a screaming was
from the neighboring ranchos and made no move to leave the captive over to Pedro. "Look for squatter Into the doorway, a second expended in 1937.WORLD'S .

reached Rancho Guadalupe, and the rancho until the next day had his knife, Pedro. It's here some- jBbpt ca.'ne from the excitement died when it was learned passed. It was after midnight when where on the ground. Felipe, fire ,, "Hold on, Ben," protested Bowie;
there had been no human casual- he called together his men and. rode this shack. No matter about the be- pulling the squatter victim away.

ties.The quietly away for the river. longings. These fellows don't deserve "Do you want to murder the fellow QSig

earthquake was past; but Carmen had refused to go to her any consideration. But first ?" LARGEST

Bowie's most troublesome problemstill room until he started. She was un- ,make sure there isn't someone "Just want to see how many there
confronted him-the squatters.He nerved by the situation and the dan- drunk and asleep inside." is up there shooting," said Parda

resolved to act at once. ger, and she stood with him at midnight Felipe, with lighted pitch pine, loe amiably. And without hesitation /QSPIRIft I
"There's nothing to be' gained by in "the patio until the last mo hurried into and out of the empty he. stepped into the doorway
temporizing-much may be lost," ment. ,Tears glistened in the moon- cabin. The next minute it was himself. No shot greeted hinu
he said to Don Ramon energetically. light as she lifted her face to the ablaze. The two squatters were "Jus's I thought; jus' two uv 'em
"The quake has demoralized stars in prayer when he rode away. dragged away and left bound in the there. Look here," he said, shake Shadows of Mind
them-couldn't help but do it. 'Any The raiding party made a, wide chaparral: to work themselves free. ing the squatter savagely, "whoy The shadows of the mind are like
way, I'm going after them in the detour in their approach to the "Move fast, boys," counseled Bowie up in the woods?" those of the body. In the morningof
morning." squatter quarter. They forded the as he ''galloped with his men down "Must be Deaf Peterson 'n' the life they lie behind us; at noon,

"As.you think best, senor. Take river well above it and came slow- the river. "The whole nest will be captain," the squatter mumbled. we trample them under foot; and

care of yourself. To lose you wouldbe ly down through the hills on the awake after that shot." "Jus's I thought, HenryBloodand in the evening they stretch long, ,
to lose the whole battle for the farther end of the settlement.The A quarter of a mile brought themto Peterson," commented Parda broad and deepening behind us.-
rancho." moon was high but the chap- the second cabin. It was sounded, Longfellow..

Carmen ,listened to the decision arral along the river near the Me- searched, found empty, and burned., loe."Get to the horses," exclaimed
with uneasiness and anxiety, but lena afforded some protection as "Guess some of the boys skedad- Bowie. "We'll see how much fight

there seemed no alternative. She, .the horsemen wound their way dled," suggested Pardaloe. "How's there is in those fellows. Pedro,

too, only begged' Bowie to be care- through it. your arm, HenryU look after the woman. Burn the ;\S --t CLScguickt'
,ful. In 'the silence after the next half- "All right." shack and ride after us. That tim OF

Scouting about among the squat- hour one man, Bowie, emerg- "Bleeding?" ber is thin;' not much chance to j .uie.
ters the day before, Simmie had ing from the shadows, stepped to "Not much." hide. Go!" L10UIDTABLETS
learned that some half dozen of the ramshackle door ,of the nearest "Got it tied pretty well?" The run, with Pardaloe" and the

them, chastened by the fright of shack. It was. built with a patch- "Good enough for tonight. Come' long-bearded Simmie at Bowie's 666 NOSE SALVE DROPS
the temblor, had decided to seek : work of boards picked up wherever on." heels, was across an open meadow COUGH DROPS
other regions for their abode. But I found and dragged by lariat, be- "There's another shack'" said that exposed the riders to rifle fire.
these were the milder mannered of hind a horse, to the camp site; wil- Pardaloe suddenly. "Look out!" This was held back until the three WNU-7 5-41

the invaders. The hard cases re- low poles ,chopped from the Melena A burst of gunfire flashed from men were fair moonlight targets.But .

mained.At swamp had been added, together the, chaparral next the river. Slugs the beads were drawn on men With Friends
daybreak the next morning with strips of condemned sails whistled through'the air. Felipe was spurring hard and heading straightat They are never alone that are
Bowie took Pardaloe, Simmie and picked up from the water front of hit but not badly. "Charge 'em!" the enemy. accompanied with noble thoughts.Sir .

Pedro with him. Crossing the riv- Monterey. shouted Bowie, and he spurred at The squatter rifles blazed. Blood, Philip Sidney.
er, he directed his men to ask the Bowie knocked with the butt of ,the thicket. They rode down the especially, was accounted a dead
squatters to come out for a talk. his pistol on the flimsy door. "Hello! ambush before the three men withinit shot, but the odds that night were
When six of them 'had straggled Inside there, boys! Hello!" he could reload., Short work was against marksmanship from the

from; their shacks Bowie, on his called.A made. Two of the men were stoppedand wood. Pardaloe's horse stumbled.His .
horse, explained his mission. second and louder summons bound. The third.dodging rap- knees crumpled, and Pardaloe

"I've called you together for a brought a tardy 'and profane ,re- idly through the brush, was pur- took a cropper. ,Man and beast D .
plain talk, boys,", ,explained Bowie, sponse. "Get up," said Bowie sharp- sued by Simmie out of the jungle, rolled violently along the ground.
addressing the 'six squatters and ly. "I want to talk to you." jerked from his feet by,a lariat, and Simmie took a flesh wound under his May Warn of Disordered

their following of twice 'as many There was some moving and fum- finally trussed up with his compan- right arm. Bowie, riding faster Kidney Action

scraggly-looking men. "You are bling about inside with more pro- ions. Their rifles were hunted up reached the timber before the squat- irregular,Modern habits life with, improper its hurry eating and worry and
claiming land here that doesn't, be- fane questions. in the thicket, found and thrown ters could reload. drinking-its risk of exposure and infec
long to you. Hold on! Don't all try ""We're friends," said Bowie, an- into the river. Shack after shack of Blood and his companion madeno tion-throws heavy strain on to the become workof
the apt
kidneys. They
to talk at once. Wait till ,I get swering a question, "provided you that group was challenged and emp- stand. Bowie caught sight of the over-taxed and fail to filter excess acid
.. through and you can have your say. behave yourself. Open the door." tied. Each squatter was allowed to two dashing through the trees on and blood.other impurities from the e-giving
;You've squatted here on a rancho "Open it yourself," came the truc- save what he had. The ranch horses horseback and gave chase to the You may suffer nagging backache ,
without leave from the owner, with- ulent challenge from within. Bowie they had stolen were claimed by one closest. Simmie, more enraged headache, dizziness, getting up constantly nights.
out asking leave. kicked the door open and sprang Pedro, but Bowie quickly repairedhis than seriously hurt, took after the leg tired pains nervous, swelling, all worn-feel out. Other signs
"You are killing the rancho cat- to one side. At the same momenta tactical error in claiming them.: other. It chanced that Peterson wa$ of kidney or bladder disorder are frequent some-
tle about ,as you please. You claim pistol shot rang from within the "Where can a man get to on foot Siri mie's quarry; Bowie was chasing times urination.burning, scanty or too
it's to feed yourselves; you claim shack. in this country, Pedro? We want 'em Blood. Try Doan't Pills. Doan't help tIle
that the owner's got more cattle "What are you shooting at?" to travel fast and far. Give 'em The squatters rode the fresher, kidneys waste. They to pass have off had harmful more excess than half body a
than he needs, and you haven't got asked Bowie casually. "Why waste the horses." horses; they were more familiar century of public approval. Are recom-.
mended by grateful users everywhere.Ak
, any. But you don't say a word your ammunition? There are twen- At a point where the river, fed by with the country. And their pur- your neighbor
about his cattle that you've killed ty men out here. If you hit one confluents, broadened, and along the suers, not able at every moment to
i and 'sold in Monterey, do you? Not you'll be shot or hanged in ,ten slope running up toward the hills, keep their eyes on the chase and
i, a word about his beef quarters and minutes. We're going to fire your lay some of the choicest field acres dodge among the willows and lau. b 1
hides that you've traded for whisky shack. If you want quarter, come of the Guadalupe rancho. Here rels, found their hands full.
J there. You don't say a word about out now, while you've got a chance." Blood, as squatter chief had fixed (TO BE CONTINUED)

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PAGE EIGHT .'.0- .,. .._. .' THE CLEWISTON NEWS 'j.- r FRIDAY JANUARY 81, 1041
'., -

DR. SYMONDS TO PREACH ganizations, but here is one that by the claimant, hill agent, or his attorney this Order of Publication be publish j
RailroadContinued- I and such claim demandnot ed in The
any or Clewiston News, a news
AT CO3IMTJNITr CHURCH has been patriotic since its incep-
so filed shall be void. paper' of General circulation In Hen-
tion. It is patriotic because it endeavors EGBERT L." STEWART, dry County. Florida, for a period of

from Page 4) Dr. F. C. Symonds of Hyden, Ky., I to teach and train boys: and Aa annexed administrator, of the Estate with of the JamesW. Will preceeding four consecutive February weeks 3. 1941.atWtheNCourtnHouse immediately.

modities-citrus fruit, and also preached here Sunday morning at girls so they will be healthy, in- Scott deceased. ', and official

seriously curtailed the movementof the Clewiston Community Church telligent, progressive, and social- First(4 times.publication) January 17, 1941. In LaBelle, Hen-seal

high-grade fresh vegetables. In and will probably fill the pulpit for minded; it is patriotic because it January dry County., 1941.Florida, this 2nd day of

consequence, the increase in car- two more Sundays He arrived in teaches loyalty to the individual, to I (SEAL)

loads handled occurred almost en- Clewiston last Saturday in company the group and to the nation. In ORDER OF PUBLICATIONIN WILLIAM T. HULL Clerk

tirely .in the lower-grade, heavier with a friend .Rev. Burton Deaton. all, it is patriotic because it strivesto I THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND Circuit Florida.Court, Hendry County,

commodities, and freight revenue Dr. Symonds heads a school for develop good and loyal American FOR HENDRY COUNTY, FLORIDA FRED H MELLOR,

results were in consequence some- I mountain children in Kentucky of citizens.In FLORIDA; IN CHANCERY.THE LAND AND. TIMBER FORT MYERS. FLORIDA

what less favorable than carloadings high school age. There are now the 4-H club the rural boy or : COMPANY, a corporation, Attorney for Plaintiff. '
results. six hundred students and thirty girl receives instruction and guid- PLAINTIFF Pub. Jan. 3, 10, 17, 24, and 31.

"Notwithstanding the absence ofa teachers. Last year every graduate ance from men and 'women who HERMA VS. N. CLARK, ET ALS.,

large portion of the Atlantic went to college with one exception have been specially trained in agri- I DEFENDANTS. .

Coast iLine's usual highergradetraffic a girl who entered nurse's culture and farm life, enjoys the THE STATE OF FLORIDA to, 1 J
freight for the training. Hev. Deaton heads a companionship of other boys and MRS. ELIZABETH E. WILTSE, ai I
gross revenue
widow, whose address and place cf
year 1940 likewise exceeded that of community center at Wooten, Ky., girls, learns the value of coopera- residence is, 171 Evergreen Avenue Good

any year since 1931, based on 11 where both adults and children are tion with the group, and is bene- Elmhurst, Illinois; and to, FarmLand
THOMAS A. GREEN, and his wife,
months', figures, which are now' given materials for weaving, bas- fited by the health, recreation, and :MRS. THOMAS A. GREEN, whose oth-
available, and indicated results for ket-making, etc., and the center other phases of the club program. er and further name or names are unknown '
also acts as a distribution point for If the said Thomas A. Greenbe I
December. I There are many-thousands-of married; and if the said ThomasA.
their finished work. The ministers 4-H club members in Florida, but Green be dead, to all persons claim-" ,
Passenger Traffic Heaviest Since brought several pieces of the workto ing any Interest in the following
1030 ]I there are also many boys and girlsin lands In Hendry County, Florida, to-
Clewiston with them. -
rural areas who are not receiv- wit: tor Rent
Passenger traffic for year 1940, ing the benefits 'of this organization.To Section Six (6), Township Forty-
Mr.. Davis added, was also the best. eight (48) South, Range Thirty-
those who are not members, two (32) East,
of the last decade with
as the heirs, devisees, grantees, or
we would suggest that they and
passenger revenue showing increaseof I RURAL COMMOX SENSE I II the otherwise, under the said Thomas ,A. .....
their parents investigate 4-H
20 percent over the previous I \ By Spuds Johnson I II Green whose names and places cf
club (the county and home. agents residence are unknown, the last
year. Based on actual results for I'WHY I I known place of residence the said
direct them). If this is done, the
Thomas A. Green
11 months and indicated results being Washington,
RURAL BOYS AND boys and girls will ,join, we feel D.. C. ,
for' December, it is to
necessary go You and each of you. are' hereby'
back one year further to find a' J GIRLS; SHOULD BECOME sure. notified that a Bill of Complaint has Trespassers
in .which MEMBERS OF 4-H CLUB been filed against you In the above
year revenue
passenger entitled cause by the above named
exceeded that of 1940 than to find Plaintiff, wherein it Is sought to I Will Be
a year in which freight revenue As an organization for developing foreclose a mortgage given by the
Defendant Elizabeth Wiltse
exceeded that of 1940, as it appears rural! ,.boys and girls into healthy (1933 Probate Act. Sees. 119, 120) to the Plaintiff on the following. property ProsecutedClewiston
that passenger revenue. during 1940. social-minded, and substantial men IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY to-wit: ,-
JUDGE. IIENDRV: COUNTY, "The Northeast Quarter and the
and the 4-H club is without
was the largest of any year since women, FLORIDA, IN PROBATE.In North one-half of the southeast ..
1930. This favorable gross "passenger equal. re Estate of quarter of Section Thirty-four ...
JAMESW. SCOTT, (34), Township Forty-eight, (48)
familiar with the .
revenue showing served to ? Deceased.TO South. Range Thirty-two' East;:In
offset In large part the loss of poses of the 4-H club and the''re- ALL CREDITORS AND PERSONS Hendry County Florida, /
sults that have been obtained from HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS and to foreclose a mortgage given by
fcisn-srade freight traffic following -
AGAINST SAID ESTATE: said Thomas A. Green to the Plain-
the freezes, and, as a result, it appears its work during the past quarterof You and each of you are, hereby tiff on the following property:. ,
a, century will readly recognizethe notified and required to present -any Section Six (6), Township
that total gross revenues for claims and demands which you, or Forty-eight (48) South, Range Realty And
year 1940 exceeded total gross revenues truth of this statement. Youngmen either of you, may have against the Thirty-two (32) East, Hendry.
of 'since 1931. and women who are now doinga estate of James W. Scott, deceased, County,' Florida. ,
any year late of said County, to the County This is to require :eacn of 'you personally
Loss of high-grade traffic duringthe very good job of farming, of Judge of Hendry County, Florida, at to be and appear to the said DevelopmentCorporation .
home-making, of agricultural edu- his office in the court house of said Bill of Complaint at, the office of the
early part of 1940, the neces- County at LaBelle Florida, within Clerk
of the Circuit' Court bf Hendry
sity for comprehensive rehabilitation cational work, and of other lines eight calendar months from the time County, Florida, at LaBelle, 'Florida, :
work recall their 4-H club days with of the first publication of this notice. on or before Monday, February 3rd.
of equipment to meet increased pleasure and give but Each claim or demand shall be in 1941, otherwise the' Bill of Complaintwill J J J.oM
demand, and increased equipmentrents generous writing; and shall state the place of be taken as confessed, and Plain-:
merited credit to the club for the residence and of .
and taxes over the interveningyears post_ office address tiff allowed to proceed ex parte. I
combined to cause net rail- good they have derived from it. the claimant and shall be sworn to I IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that w
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Rural mothers and fathers will
way operating income to fall some- '
find it to their to
advantage and
what short of the record for recent
the advantage of their children to hnl; i qC ICI bbl lI I _i hP4'dl Iii q I W I OU II ul di IlU'Id__ Iq'I UI dlbllU h' IUi P N Il to p dll V i UII
years attained by gross revenues.
investigate the '4-H club and en-
However, the large proportion of '
increased gross revenues during the courage their boys and girls to I I I I :

final quarter carried through to join it. Any boy or girl ''who has
net reached his or her tenth birthdayis + e + <7/7cEREATE5T SHOUJ o/\, EARTHforfhcfTl1NE !I+ Ie +
railway operating income attests -

to the capacity of the systemto eligible for membership, and it /T WON'TI P0MINGI II50 MAHY G/RL 5MiONG'NOP9
be well for every'one of
absorb considerable added traf- would SOON. j Y/Jlf CAN'T Ml/NT 'EM AELAWCVO \\l

fic without commensurate increasein them to join when this eligibilityis /TYA'r 17 ICAL-/T5WYSTE/r/CA / 1: ..,. .., ., .. -.
attained. There are no dues nor "
expenses, and forecasts comfor- ''r'M7F hiER w {t f t3J7RYg/' t see7ENrJZ /. I
table' net railway operating incomeIn special qualifications', other than N ZI g5R TN kf n /S eLU6ffm5TffTf1FA9'NG 12ve YOU, al1C:,,
the months to the rules of the club which require ..t5'TALE/r ,7dpr6/Et fR4ffTifSF+naBFAAS7l/MFD .. an ".
follow. f .oUNL7FR/.yf .FFINL1 CJP ShAMERJGAti e
members to participate in activities, ;uNt :
ToContinued carry' out projects of their own PoS{ 1'i t At. ,CLF, /fit-FAJ7E17 IMTFfUY.Y/EJF i RL2'iA'L5;& \\\ ..T: p 'CfA 7 etbe "<.,
Hendry J.
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choosing, and to cooperate .t J'JbIG7fNEO/uY J 1 11 4
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past about patriotic org -
few 'years
Lykes Brothers and the meat sold I 7EEEly ( +

back to the corporation for use in Q AUGHlGAL rI '

their commissaries. Local house- .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:" :..:..: :..:..:.,:..:..:. Qr6 G/RLlbyyl rCRE.I I_._ '
wives who have sampled this meat B PAIAIS ROYAIE I' ORfHESTRA rn

state that it is far superior to $. 'A." .. .'.',

western beef sold here. :!: J ($ t f $ :!: 1I I uolss.REEoAm PAINT{ .c .,
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102 steers were purchased by the .. _. .'. I'' I. '
corporation this week and have f. f I Ir LUAXA-I HER DAKSE SAVAGE dwtT'TC 61 1 ,/

been placed'in the fattening PURE WATER IS NOT GOOD *!;
for a continuation of the experi- *:!: TO DRINK *vi:I A Heat Wave From SamoaCLEWISTON t' ;

ments. ,This number it is will X
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probably be increased to two hundred I. .
and fifty head if the type of. j* be injurious to the human *:* -ONE 'NIGHT ONLYTHURSDAY I
body. All drinking water ::
steer desired can be found. A bet- j
ter breed of cattle is being sought. :X: contains mineral elements. 1. ':' '
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::. Geo. W. Stimpson. X

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