The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00825
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: February 7, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
oclc - 33429955
notis - ACA5652
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System ID: UF00028415:00825
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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- of the Community E. :Miner, county chairman

l'NINTH CLUB WEDNESDAY Center was made this week for a HELD B ENGINEERS : President's for the raising Birthday of funds for the on the Infantile UTOPIA FOR 1ABOR

hearing to be held on March 3 in
.... [ Paralysis Foundation stated t, _

The Clewiston Kiwanis Club connection with complaints of land J. E. Beardsley of Clewiston was I this week'that he had closed the ,H. 'B.- (Doc) Kerr, veteran news-
at owners on the islands in Lake Okee- campaign and had mailed a check
celebrated its ninth birthday
of at
one the principal speakers I paperman who is now' In Florida
the regular meeting on Wednesday chobee relative to damages allegedto two hearings held this week by for $164.35 to the state treasurer' writing a daily column for his pa-

night and as a part, of the cele- have been caused by high lake. the U. S. Engineers to secure data 'I of the fund, Linton Allen. per; "The Akron (Ohio) Beacon-

bration ceremony cut a huge birth- levels, levee construction and oth- relative to the improvement of Of this amount approximately Journal," was in Clewiston last

day'cake on' which were nine lighted existing outlet canals from Lake $65.00 was taken in at the President's week-end for a visit and while here
the federal
'candles. ,' er things involving Okeechobee. One hearing was held Birthday Ball here on wrote the following 'article in whichhe

Ed Markette ,had charge .of the government.These Wednesday in Miami and the second Thursday night of last week and commends so highly the sugar
and read the names "of all landowners now have a Belle the remainder from the boxes and'
program Thursday Glade with corporation for its handling 'of the
\ past presidents of the club and ,the suit, pending against the U.--S. ,.Government district engineer W. C. Weeks con- cards put out in the March of- labor situation:

I in which they served. He in the U. S. Court of Appeals Dimes campaign.
year assisted Gordon
ducting by Mob-
Clew ston
Feb. 1 I
believed that it is Following the deduction of
also read a list of the membershipof and it is ley, formerly of Clewiston. Miles pro- visited this Florida town

the club since organization and in connection with this suit' that H. Thomas represented the ,local rata' expense for the state organization the industry capital of
sugar in America
held. Whetherthe the remainder will be credited I
the years during which each was the hearing is being sub-office ot'engineers at ,the, Belle had no idea that
a member. President A. O. Ward hearing will be a public one Glade hearing.A half to the county and half to the 'for laborers. a Utopiaexisted

cut the cake and flashlight pictures has not as, yet been announced.CONSTRUCTION national fund.ICKES .
splendid report was submittedby o One has "
taken of the ceremony. actually to see the conditions -
j Miami Chamber of Comme'reegroups under which workers
celebration negro
the birthday
j Following and others of 'that city point-
live here to appreciate their
the Vocational many
' W. Turk of
{ -, Guidance.R. committee gave a most ,OFROBBINSHOMEBEGUN ing to the ,need for the widening DISCOURAGES advantages over negroes living in

and deepening of, the, Miami River other parts' of the country.
interesting of the work done
' i report
,. ." and the :Miami Canal to Lake Okee-
, f f: by this committee to date. Questionnaires KILLING OF DEERPlans Clewiston; deep in the Ever-
i' chobee but Mr: Beardsley, appear-
have 'been arranged and glades near Lake Okeechobee, lies
I ing as a member of the Everglades -
these accompanied by a letter will In the center of the state, exactly
District Board
Drainage was
be mailed to various' business as 1ld' Ground was broken by Contractor able to'give the best historic data of the State ,Livestock Sani- the midway between Fort Myers, on
: tary Board to kill out' the deer on west coast, and West Palm
enlisting J. F. Tippey Monday for the as' he gave figures to show the Beach '
t the Hendry County Indian reserva- on ,the east ,coast.
great amount of produce shipped
l' Mr. Turk, with his class of thirteen new home of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph tion in their program to eliminatethe The United States, Sugar Corpora-
from the lake area by barge down
f.-- high school seniors, has already begun Robbins on Lot 19. Block 139, two cattle fever tick received a tion .has 25,000 acres of rich land
the' Canal 'almost
I Miami a quarterof
I by asking each to give his or resi- set-back of' this I producing .
lots, north of the B. A. Bourne a century ago before the building severe on Tuesday sugar cane. -

I' her first, second and third choices dence. The new house is 40 by 41 of railroads and before' the pop- week when Secretary' 'of Interior Views Plant ''
j of vocation to follow after school. Ickes ,
refused to see the Florida
i feet and will contain six rooms, ulation of the area was one tenth I I spent the greater part of a day
1 ... Fifteen different occupations were delegation on the matter. Audi-
.also in
what it is today. He pointedout cane fields, in the' company'sgeneral
, found and were most interesting: living room, dining-roon, solarium, ence was sought with the secretaryby '
that a tremendous reservoirof offices, in the vast sugarmill
8 nursing 3 aviation kitchen two bedrooms and bath, Senator Claude
j i stenography, ; ; water lying the'yeararound Pepper, Com- -largest in the United States-
,-- (hostess) :3 ; aeronautical en- and several very' large clothes missioner of Agriculture Nathan
'I banked against the clogged Miami and in visiting one of the com-
i 2 mechanic, Mayo and State Veterinarian Dr. J.
gineering, ; 'aeroplane
closets. Canal would be available for ,.l\Ii- pany's model villages for workers.To .
j" 2; commercial pilot, 2; beautician, : ami's needs if the canal V. Knapp. me, the most' interesting
This is the first. FHA project of 'were open- part
! 2; dramatics, 2; missionary, 1; file ed. I Efforts at persuasion failed and of this vast industry is the humble

clerk, 1; physical education, 1; art John H. Doty, who designed the FTie only response from ''Ickes :was cane worker and his mode of life.
At the Belle Glade
1 i -, (painting and sketching), 1;' journalism : structure, handled .: 'all the FHA of at the, hearing south end a 'that he was considering a survey He and all members of his family'literaU

j! 1; sugar. engineering,- 1 ; : and financing details, and is now of group the lake growers advocated U. S. "Engineer of the, need for the deer-killing, pro- "live the life of Riley."
civil engineering 1.,
engineer' in charge of Their daily table fare'will not
acting as control of all the canals lead-
I' :, With this as a ,nucleus Mr. Turk "I'm getting tired of this sort of suffer in
comparison with that of
work for
: the mortgagors. ,ing 'from Lake Okeechobee and
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1 hopes to begin the program of vo- thing, Pepper said, and indicated the middle-class workers to befound
.' Modern features' of the house include some urged the deepening and '
I Ii
and that he had asked
cational guidance at once carry already an in' industrial
I be- widening of the Hillsboro_ Canal. any city. They
,0 school: sliding glass 'partitions
i ; on through the entire high opinion, for steps to overrule the indulge in the finest steaks
' be tween ,living room ,and solarium, Beardsley in his talk, asked ,that interior chops,
[ next year or as soon as it can department which controls'the vegetables and
". between and the Engineers 'do what they couldto fruits and they get
and dining room rear
j :; properly arranged. It, is planned 'Bureau of Indian Affairs andif their food at
practically cost -
'A.' contact with screen_ ..porch., AVjjjside .doors are assist in straightening out the
to ..so!.{ one connected that failed would, introduce a, through
of the type providing debt situation bY' urging'consider ,company stores _
louvreS panel -
vocations mentioned fortbiTdeer killing.
each of these to provide I visited the smallest" of* mod l'villa'ges
tion of the district refund- r1
constant circulation! of air drainage 4Mayo '<
arid to for explaining .
try arrange maintained the firm for
phases of the work to the students throughout t; the house. All clothes ing plan by the RFC. said that, there:'were about I its 5,000 workers. In by this village is

closets have two sliding doors, Indians and the
I interested. fifty 200 deer in a well-equipped hospital, where
! Next Wednesday night Wm. which are louvred at the bottom area involved and that the state workers and their families

:' ,-- Walker of Halsey-Griffith in West and 'a screen ventilator is built into FIRE DESTROYS TWO had agreed to replace all ,of the treated free of cost. are

! ,r Palm Beach, will give a visual education the ceiling of each closet. I deer killed. $5,000 had been appropriated There are 'about 30 model gray-

I ", program using a small movie 'Renuart canopy windows are by Congress to buy meat shingle 'cottages for married work-

, projector such as is planned for used throughout the house; this HARLEM BUILDINGSA for Indians who 'might suffer ers and their families.._ There also

It4 use in the school In the near fu- type, window, when opened from cause: of the deer killing, he be-1 is a dormitory:: for ,single men.

' ,r ture. Reels of natural color South the inside, provides a glass canopy This is 'the only area, in
Xo Rent To Pay
Florida scenes will be shown. outside over, the window opening, fire which is said to have been deer are alleged to be carrying cat- '

protecting from rain and at the caused by' the explosion of a tle fever ticks, where, the deer Workers on the company's payroll

_. Vocational Class I same time permitting full ventila- sene stove completely destroyed kero-l extermination program has not already have no rent to pay., Their electric .
lights, fuel and water free.
tion. American are
Hotel, a two-story frame I been carried out

.7::., .. .. _,. Is Well Underway The walls, of the bath and kitchen structure, and the one-story str1lc-1; of Plantation a minimum hands of 20 work each.in groups Gross

;\. :, .. I are' tiled from floor to ceiling, and ture which housed Elmer Organizing of LibraryIs
) : I I earnings are polled and an averageis
' ., the kitchen. is completely electri- field's Bar in the private quarterswest
: l : :" The mechanics course which was struck.. Daily earnings of the
: '-" ,cally equipped, and' has steel 'cabinets of the Harlem Village. The
. :<, started on Monday night of last I Progressing Steadily,I various. groups are posted each dayor
: and adjustable plate-glass blaze was first noticed about one
r', week in the shop of the Hendry ; a blackboard on the front of
training I. shelves. The floors are oak o'clock Sunday morning.
County Motors under the the company store. Members of
throughout the house. Chromium The Work ,of organizing the Clewis- ]r
fire engine was called from
program provided for by the National I I group 1, which finished its task
Defense program for youths I trim is featured ,in the living-room Clewiston but the fire had gained ton Public Library is 'going steadily earlier than the others the day I

columns and in the trim on shelves, considerable, headway by the timeit forward with a, committee of Mrs.
from 17 to 25, is progressing very visited the plantation, earned a
cabinets and mantle.. W. L. Lott Mrs. H. C. Kolstad and
: I I arrived 'and in attempting to .
nicely according, to Joel P. Keen, wage of $2.48. ..
: :. : vocational agriculture, instructor Mr., 'Doty has incorporated much pump water from a distant canal Mrs. Keathley Bowden, under the Good harvest employes average-

'- in ,the local school who is acting as ,that is new and modern In this put too much load on the small supervision of Miss Hazel Humble, $3.50 a' day, six days a week: an small house design. The Robbins machine and burned. out a bearing of Moore Haven, a graduate librar- "
area supervisor in this training pro- some earn as much 'as $4 a day,
gram. home will' cost $4,500 and will require in the engine. ian.The Crochet told me.Churches .

Twelve students started the about 40 days to complete. ,A building near' the ,bar under most urgent: need at the Maintained
moment is for' the donation of books
:..;, cou'rse and during the first week construction was partially razed to Churches and schools are main-

i:';;,i I there were only two absences, both Clewiston Wins Over prevent the spread of the fire and for: the library, and anyone who has tained in the model pillages, In ad-
books which they will give to this
unavoidable.' Some change was I this action is believed to have halted dition to the community center

,.-:, made nece'ssary by a change in Strong Jupiter TeamThe the blaze and 'saved a number'of organization are requested to deliver halls. At two of the schools, manual
the books to one of the
shifts at the sugar house but on other buildings. : (Continued on Page 8)
committee, or notify them and, the j I
the change the course won'fotii'new ''The American' Hotel was valuedat -
books will be called for.
' members and lost: one. The classes Clewiston Tigers came from I $2,000 and was not insured, a Quite a number of books have Opening, Round Played

.r are conducted ''1ive nights, each behind in the final half of the total loss. The bar was also valued already been received, and the librarian -I.I

week, three hours each night with game with Jupiter on Tuesday at $2,000 but had $1,500 insur-' is at work classifying these, In Golf Tournament

Charles Bolton as instructor. Any night here to win by a score of 50 I ance. -
while committee members make
Bother young men interested may to 35. the excitement of the fire
During brary records in order to place
... yet join the course by acting at The Jupiter lads took full advan- many cases of liquor were taken books on the shelves and open 11-1 I In the opening round of the

, -' ,. once. E. M. Cornette of the Hen- tage of a Tiger lethargy in the first from the., Whitfield Bar and anotherbar .library as quickly as possible. A Match Play Tournament, now un

,.,: dry County Motors' has made available half to run up a lead ,of 20 to 8 'nearby. Officers had their room will be'maintained'I derway\ at the Clewiston Golf
,. ',. the use of the Ford shop for at the half but in the third quarter hands full through Sunday handlingthe for children's books, and .worthwhile Course, J. W'. .JMilligan defeated

the work and $176 worth of additional Otis Cason found the basket cases of intoxication. magazines will be received for both Larry Nash 5 and 4 to establish

tools have been secured. and in the final quarter scored the himself as a favorite in the first
children's'and adult rooms.!
"L Every type car is, worked on and twenty-one points for a total of 33 of National flight play. Joe Wood defeated
Several, years' ,copies
later tractors-- 'will Ke studied.: in the entire game. Slonaker was Former Minister To Reader's Digest Emmett Shelley 1-up and Casper
Geographic Magazine,
'---i r, Keen is calling a meeting second high with 7. Wehage led Van _JLandingham defeated Lou
Child Life Life, Harper's,
- i t for next Wednesday night to discuss the Jupiter scorers with 14 points Preach Here 'Sunday American Home, have 'already been Betzner 1-up. The Arthur Wells-

a time for starting the wood- and Brooker had 3. given. Ralph Kirk match Is yet .to be

working course. There are still a The starting '
line-up was Cason played.
shown in
interest'has been
.... ',' few vacancies and it is hoped that and Lang, forwards, Slonaker cen- Dr. D. Jenkins Williams, former Much and I This week's matches in the v ,first
the establishment of the library
'' this course may be started by February ter, Waters and Perry guards for pastor of the 'Community Church volumes wlil be on flight ,will see Milligan matched

' .' 17. Any young man interested Clewiston. Driskell and Miner were and now: pastor of the Presbyterian some splendid is I against the winner of the Wells-"
when library
the shelves the
': can contact Mr. Keen'at the starting forwards,_ Wehage center, Church at Fort. Myers Beach, will I Kirk match and Van Landinghamwith

'. ;.J school or drop him a card and 'it I Brooker and Brooker guards for conduct the eleven o'clock services opened. ; Joe Wood. -

'' j :will be appreciated ,by' him if those Jupiter. at the Community Church next Sun- ENGINEER: NEWS In the second flight Luther Jones

:" who are interested will contact The Tigers go to Boca Grande day, February 9. Mrs. Williamswill advanced on a bye, Ken'' Swayne

_,'others who might become interested tonight for a game ,with the Tar- accompany Dr.Viiams here: Frank Cothern and party are defeated W. B. Grainger 5 and 4,.

: pons, and will meet Moore Haven, Miles H. Thomas has recently this week making a survey of, the W. C. Owen defeated Jimmie Wilson .

Mr, Keen is also supervising a both boys and girls, here Tuesday assumed the duties of Sunday I I Fort Myers airport. W. C. Nail and 4 and 3, and ,L. C. Rosenberg'

woodworking course scheduled to night and will play Pahokee hero School superintendent. Additional I Frank Smith are in Vero Beach advanced on a bye. Jones will

:;;; start' soon at Moore Haven. Hemet on Friday night. taking soil samples at the airportsite meet Swayne and Owen will play '
teachers have been secured and
f there Monday night with a I there. A. R. Broadfoot made Rosenberg in this week's matches.

group of boys and with F. D. Yaun, Mrs. A. R. Broadfoot and Mrs.L. classes rearranged and everyone is an inspection trip to the Melbourne The sweepstakes event scheduled'

county agent, who is trying to ar- L. Johnson were visitors in Fort invited to attend. The school I and Vero Beach projects on Wednesday for last Sunday will be played this,

range the course. Myers Wednesday. convenes at 9:45. I and Thursday.. Sunday, February 9.



Bite HouseholdNeuis f

Every time your teeth bite,

through a juicy steak you exercise i ' ;
a jaw pressure of 60 pounds. For- SmilesPlain

tunately, the human jaw is en-

dowed with sufficient strength to

take this strain, .as was demon- I 'No!'

strated by Dr. Ralph Boos of Min-. {whusrr "Do you think your father would

neapolis; at a recent dental convention NOTES OF A NEWSPAPER MAN: object to my marrying you?"

Dr. Boos used a machine "I don't know. If he's anythinglike
This is the tale of a Hollywood "
to me he would!
known as a gnathodynamometer
big-shot, whose relatives and whosewife's
demonstrate the biting power of aman's descended in droves
parasites Said the office boy: "Boy, if I '
jaw, and he also showed when the gold started to pour in
was boss and I asked me for a.
that the. woman has a bite Johnson the thrush,
average Lucille !"
.y raise! Would I give myself one
only of 25-30 pounds. who tells it, says they stayed and P N\

is stayed and stayed and stayed and ,,,, nwnw wM > .
structure of :
The jaw a woman %'' K Ammunition
stayed One day, however, one 4 ..r;, .d : Supply
delicate than that of
more off Mother-Bobbie-you seem very fondof +
kinsman who had been living
and usually her teeth are easierto and the druggist's little boy. Why is it?
the pair for seven years, up
extract. Bobbie-He can get all the pills he
died, and they gave him"a fancy wants for our new air guns.
funeral Returning from the

cemetery, the wife tried to console ? /fJ4/'

F her groom, who was very depressed
Pull the
igg "After all, honey," she cooed Trigger on

"your uncle was a pretty old man"

-, "My uncle?" he screamed, "I Lazy Bowels, and

Il thought he was your uncle!"

t4'J Comfort Stomach too

\ Quentin Reynolds, who recently A2 ssfr'4y' ,

returned from the London bombingsand When constipation brings on acid in-

blitzes, was speeding to a rehearsal digestion,stomach upset,bloating,dizzy
for his engagement at the i spells,gas,coated tongue,sour taste and
bad breath, your stomach is probably
Strand theater. A cop stopped him. VEGETABLES SERVED STREAMLINED FASHION "crying the blues" because your bowelsdon't

"Where you going?" he asked, I (See Recipes Below.) I move. It calls for Laxative-Senna
"to a fire?" to pull the trigger on those lazy bowels,

due to onstipahOfl.Dr. "Nope," said Quent, "I've just returned NEW WAYS WITH VEGETABLESThe combined with Syrup Pepsin to save
touchy stomach from further dis
from ot:1e. Breakfast-Skippers, Beware your
Hitchcock's All-Vegetable :
tress.For years,many Doctors have used
Laxative Powder an intestinal time may come when we will Do you have a breakfastskipper pepsin compounds as vehicles, or carriers '

tonic-laxative-actually tones lazy Ould Acquaintance Dep't: Thirty- get all our vitamins in little pellets, in your family-one who to make other medicines agreeableto

that bowel sluggish muscles.feeling It helps 15 doses relieve for three years ago Billy Evans of the but I doubt it- would rather have 20 extra winks your stomach. So be sure your laxa-

only 10 cents. Large family size 25 song and dance team of Evans and not when eating than a piece of toast and coffee? tive contains Syrup Pepsin. Insist on

cents. At all druggists. White, got- Madeline Ruffolo her first Vol't4I' cPM? vegetables is asVt'AM Next week Eleanor Howe devotes with Dr.Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin.Laxative See how Senna wonderfully combined _

stage job dancing in a vaudevilleunit much fun as it is. her column to recipes for break- the Laxative Senna wakes up lazy nerves 4

1 at the request ,of her father, a 'T1ere would be a fast specialties, guaranteed to and muscles in your intestines to bring

vet trouper ._ Evans it was who big gap in our get the whole family up-and off welcome relief from constipation.",And

held her hand (she was 13 at the / meals if such to a good start for the day. the good old Syrup Pepsin makes this

time and wore long dresses to fool ., .. UT things as tender laxative so comfortable and easy on
your stomach. Even finicky children
Will of the People the Gerry society), before she made -r. little green beans ture forms a stiff dough. Turn out love the taste of "this pleasant family
her first entrance. > V or whole carrots laxative. Buy"Dr. Caldwell's Laxative
Well will anybody deny now that C onto a lightly floured board and
And Evans it is, who greets her "rolled in butter, Senna at your druggist today. Try one
the government at Washington, as each evening at the Broadhurst disappeared from the dinner table. roll out to fit top of casserole. Cut laxative that comf orjts your stomach,too.
regards its own people, is the several slits in crust to allow steamto
Success in depends
theater, where he is backstage door- cooking vegetables -
strongest government in the worldat escape. Place over top of cas
man for Ed Wynn's hit ("Boys and on such small things-the
this hour? And for this simple amount of whetherthe serole and seal edges. Magic, in Home .
water in the
Girls Together"-and where little pan,
reason, that it is based on the will, is off whether the French-Fried Green Pepper Rings. There is magic in that little
cover on or
Madeline iswardrobe'mis.tress. ,
and the goodwill, of an instructed vegetables are removed from the (Makes 6 servings) word "home"; it is a mystic circle

people.-John Bright.lervoHs heat when they are just tender or 4 large green peppers that surrounds comforts and vir-

allowed to continue cooking until 1 egg (well-beaten) tues never known beyond its hal-
Here is an example of the Nazi become 1 tablespoon water lowed limits.-Southey.

,method to frighten Americans. they slightly mushy.
% fine dry bread crumbs
cup ,
Remember it's off for
Restless ,A Chicago paper the other day car- all Then 3A teaspoon salt
ried this ad in its amusement' ,ad green-colored vegetables. % flour
the acids which off cup
are given during r.
I columns: "Little German Theatre- held Wash green peppers,'cut into thlii eooo f .
in the
cooking are not
Cranky? Restless? Exclusive First Showing of 'Blitz- pan slices (about Vs inch thick) and re- DRUGSTORES
G'I Iris where
Can't sleep? Tire krieg Im Westen'-Time Magazinesays they turn the brilliant green seeds and

B easily? Because of Americans who see this film color to a dull olive. To keep the move LARGF yu
distress of monthly vitamins in the insteadof membrane. Como iSt.
functional disturbances? Then try will get ,an inkling of what sort of bine beaten egg

Lydia E.Flnknam's Vegetable Com- national war effort by the United losing them in the cooking water with water. .Sea .() vt 9a+..y. A
pound. use just as little' liquid as possible.For a I
States would be necessary to face ; son bread crumbs
Pfni hani's Compound Is famous mild-flavored 'vegetables an + +
the; German or to help Britain +e Q With '
asmy 4 Dip'
relieving pain Irregular periods i inch of water in the bottom of the
and nervous, cranky spells due to to; do so. pan to keep the pieces from burn- rings first in egg
such disturbances. One of the most mixture then in
ing is ample. Vegetables like spin-
effective medicines you can buy today -
for this purpose-made espe- The Daily Worker's review on that ach, which contain a great deal of flour. Dip againin

cially for women.WORTH TRYING I show is almost as hilarious as the water, should be cooked in the mois- the egg mixture, and finally in
.hit. The Communist organ's reviewer ture which clings to the leaves. after crumbs. Fry them, a few at a time, His Choice

reported: "Theodore Roose- washing. in deep fat at (375 degrees Fahren- Sergeant (instructing class)-

velt's pomposity always needed a bit heit) until nicely browned, 2 to 3
Rise to Fall And if you value your vitamins, Man can serve but one master.

As the blessings of health and of deflating" and this play does the never, never discard the'liquid from minutes. Drain.on absorbent paper. Draftee-Well, in that case, ser-

fortune have a beginning, so they trick. canned vegetables.Beets The green pepper rings are excel- geant, I'll cast my lot with the
The He refers to John Al- steak.AnySeason' .
dope. lent with broiled
must also find an end. Everything I OrangeStyle.Makes paymaster.
exander of the dim-witted
rises but to fall, and increases but I one ( 6 servings) Spinach
to decay.-Sallust. members of the family in the play, 3 tablespoons grated rind (Makes 4 'servings)
who isn't T. R. He just thinks he is! orange. 1 14-ounce box quick-frozen spinach
% salt
1 water
'/, teaspoon paprika cup
Enrica Soma is 11 years old. Her Vz teaspoon salt
A TM ua 1 tablespoon sugar YOUR LAXATIVE-RELIEVE
1 folks own Tony's Wife a West Fifty- VQ teaspoon pepper
1 tablespoon water MODERN WAY
second. street joynt In the cur- 2 tablespoons butter CONSTIPATION THIS

rent issue of Stage, the 11-year-old 2 tablespoons lemon juice 1 hard-cooked egg .When you feel gassy, headachy, logy
4 tablespoons buttercup bowels do millions
'CapBrush"Applieatormakes ", Enrica is the author of a drama Vz juice Place water in saucepan, add salt due do-take to clogged-up Feen-A-Mint at bedtime.as Next

JUST A MUCH"BUCK FARTHER LEAF 40CO criticism Tony was boastingof Ih tablespoon orange cornstarch and heat to a brisk boil. Drop frozen morning-thorough1} comfortable relief,

DASH IN FEATHERS,. her genius "We knew," he 1 water spinach into boiling water, bring helping you start the day fun of your
said, "she had the makings of a again to a boil and cook 4 to 6 minutes normal energy and pep, feeling like a
3 cups cooked beets (sliced) million! Feen-A-Mint doesn't disturb
critic wh:; n she was sixbecauseshe or until just tender, separatingthe .J
with work the
,. Place orange rind, salt, paprika, your night's rest or interfere
always walked out when her water and lemon juice in leaves with fork during cooking. next day. Try Feen-A-Mint, the chewinggum
Youth ,
Through SpiritIf older sister started doing recita sugar Remove from fire and drain thor- laxative, yourself.It tastes good,it's
spirit wills, the heart need not tions." saucepan and simmer for 5 minutes. oughly at once. Add butter; salt handy and economical...a family supply
grow old; we live by thought and Cream butter until soft, and add it costs only
Garnish with slices of
and !
feeling, not by days.-L. Mitchell to hot mixture together with orange hard-cooked pepper. Reserve the; liquid FEEN-A-MNT l 101
Hodges. MAN ABOUT TOWN juice. Blend cornstarch and waterto egg. -

Earl Browder's lawyers sent Am- a smooth paste and add to sauce. to use in -a vegetable soup or

torg: a bill for $10,000 for defending Cook slowly, stirring occasionally, stew. Full,.Age

the; No. 1 Commy .. They got a until sauce is thickened and corn- Vegetable PiePeanut Butter Crust, What has this unfeeling age of

NASAL MENTHQLATUM letter of thanks, plus a check for starch is thoroughly cooked, about (Makes 6 servings) ours left untried, what wickednesshas

Quickly Sooths $15,000 President Camacho will 15 ininutes. Pour over hot cooked 12 small white onions it shunned?-Horace.

IRRITATEDMEMBRANES send his brother to Washington as beets and mix lightly but 'thorough ""3 carrots (sliced) ,

IRRITATION ambassador in mid-Feb. Camacho ly. For company dinners serve the 2 tablespoons 'butter

4.. I.r11' has cancelled his planned visit to the beets in orange shells. 3 tablespoons flour CORN[ FREE, HAPPY 'FEEtKOHLER ,'

U.[ S. Dewey's office is so Corn and Bacon Rings. 1% cups hot water
i busy-several assistants have been 2 beef bouillon cubes'Vz
(Makes 7 servings) salt R
summoned home from Florida holi- 7 slices bacon teaspoon
]/ teaspoon paprika
days. .
Lost Sense 2 eggs i/4 teaspoon celery salt

They never taste who always Is the London Daily Mail trying 2 112-ounce tablespoons can flour whole kernel corn 1 cup canned or cooked peas w : .

drink.-Prior. to get the home office to persuade salt 1 cup canned or cooked green beans ;ONE. NIGHT :CORN :SALVEAT
% teaspoon Place onions in saucepan with 1 ...U: DRUG STORES.:SINCE 1S30J
Churchill to hop here on a good- Few grains pepper
Cook for 10 minutes then
SOOTHES CHAFED SKIN will flight? Hurray for the sug- % teaspoon baking powder cup water.
add car-
S gestion in that letter-to-the-editor % cup milk

MOROLINE o colyum: "That ex-Senator Rush Holtis Line muffin tins or custard cups rots and continueto

lob now eligible for the draft. Whydoesn't with sliced bacon. Snip edges with cook until both
he enlist?" kitchen scissors to prevent curling. vegetables tender (about are 15 "All the Traffic

Beat slightly and add well-
,eggs ,
minutes). Cooked GO
1 Give a Thought to Clarence Hathaway was expelled drained corn. Sift flour, salt, pep- onions G
from the Commy party because he per and baking powder together and leftover Q Q Would Bearu
and carrots
MAIN STREETR gabbed too much while drinking sas- add to corn together with milk. Fill maybe
I substituted.Melt .
safras, which he does often. bacon rings with this mixture. Bake
butter and
For,in our town...and towns O The fall Grace Moore took on the in a moderate oven (350 degrees '
L %
S like. ours there's clear across the country 8 Monte Carlo floor convulsed Charlie Fahrenheit) for 35 to minutes. ; or blend smooth with flourto Dissolve J bouillon 0 There was a time in America '
o a steady revolutiongoing a paste.
Chaplin who made fortune at the
a until firm.
i o on.Changes in dress styles 1d cubes' in hot water and add to flour when there were no set prices.
d Sand food prices .. the rise of a 0 racket. Sam Goldwyn's latest: Peanut Butter Crust. with salt and celery -
! 8 crown .:'the fall of furniture 8 "Do me a favor and don't. do me no 1 flour ( ) together Each merchant charged what
1 prices-these cup all-purpose salt. Cook, stirring' constantly,
matters vitally 8 favors!
o affectourliving..Andthenewsisablycoveredinadverdsemcnts. more Few grains salt until thickened, about 10 minutes. he thought "the traffic would

S 8 When a well-known-- Chicagorillawas 2 tablespoons peanut butter Combine onions, carrots, peas, and I bear." Advertising came to

S Smart people who like to be 1lup 'week 4 tablespoons shortening beans with sauce and place in shal-
drafted last the wags 2 ice water about) the rescue of the consumer.It .
o -to-the-minute in living and 0 ; tablespoons ( low greased baking dish. The ingredients -
8 current events, follow advertisements S said:. "It'll be the first Time"he ever Sift flour once before measuring, should come nearly to the led the way to the estab-
as closely as headlines. S shot anybody for nothing! then sift together with salt. Cut in
of the dish. with
Top peanut
S Time will win the annual advertis- top lished prices when
They know what's doing inK peanut butter and shortening with a butter pastry and bake in a hot you pay
America and also know ing award for its series on the work-
pastry blender, two knives or rub it oven (425 degrees Fahrenheit) for you buy anything today.SixtyPound .
where money buys most! X ings of a newspaper. They wer%
in with the fingers. Lightly stir in minutes.
about 20
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fork until mix-
ice water
using a (Released by Western Newspaper Union.)
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JV/JK. SPRINKLER and Mr. 1 ? Offering Information -r"'f.J4 '

Sopp work for the Los An- SUNDAY on Various Subjects ,1

I geles water department. i Lesson ... '
II. J. Sharp is a music teacher ", :

1 'in Oklahoma City, Okla. No, I By Dean HAROLD of The L.Moody LUNDQUIST Bible Instituteof D. D. The Questions The Answers J ;

he lives in Chicago. ,i
a cottage.
(Released by Western Newspaper Union.) 1. What is a stirrup cup?, 1. A farewell drink. I...J
.1) I. C. Sparks is state agent
, .. for fire insurance at Little 2. Which of the following canals 2. Suez canal, cut in 1859-69.
Washington, D. C. was the first to constructed-- 3. Caligula.

J jI I Rock At ,Shelbyville Ark. 111., there is a COUNCIL FOR AMERICAA Lesson for February 9 Welland, Suez, or Panama? 4. The word "set" has more

photographer by the name of new organization to be known 3. What Roman emperor be- meanings and more possible uses

: Akenhead. And his slogan is as the Council for America will soon Lesson and subjects copyrighted and Scripture by International texts selected stowed a consulship on his horse? than any other term in the English

j "Akenhead makes faces." be launched to rally public senti- Council of Religious, Education; used by 4. Which word in the English language. In defining and describ-
I permission. language has the most meanings? ing it the Oxford
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley W. ment behind the President's foreignand dictionary, for
5. From what animal is most example, employs 30,000 words.
Worm and lUre and Mrs. Ev- defense policies. THE CHRISTIAN'S ATTITUDE
erett A. Worm filed a petition to Leaders of the movement are TOWARD POSSESSIONSLESSON catgut 5. Sheep.
6. What in 6. Circe.
sorceress mythology
"L turn-their names to Warren. prominent liberals whose aim is to
Read and Wright conduct a bring together labor, farmer, liter- TEXT-Luke 16:10-15 1923. changed men to swine? 7. The first railway dining car

real estate business in Beverly ary and similar groups into a, mili- GOLDEN TEXT-Ye cannot serve God 7. When were the first diningcars was introduced on the- Baltimore
Hills Calif.Jerkin the and mammon.-Luke 16:13. introduced by railroads? &,Ohio route' in 1863.
", tant organization to oppose activities -
of the America First Com-
I "In the service" is an expression
mittee and other isolationist units.
much used today. Every community
The Council for America will not bea ,
[ Hat Can. Be has young men in the service of : By I
rival of the Committee for the Defense ; I
their country. But they are not the HOW- SEW RUTH WYETH
: of America by Aiding the Al-
: Knit in Quick Time lies, but will work along similar lines only "service men, for the fact is SPEARS
that and
every man woman serves
through elements that are not
under Our lesson
reached by it. some authority. - - -- - -- ------

today reminds us that our attitude NOTE: In Mrs. Spears' Books 5 and 6
The plan is to launch the new or- CUT
toward our possessions determinesboth TOP you will find directions for streamlining
J ganization publicly on Lincoln's character and destiny. We decide old-fashioned couches and chairs as well
'I birthday with a nationally broad- THEN as many other suggestions for bringing
whether they shall rule us or
; home to date. Also
AD02" your up- directions for
address LaGuardia.
cast by Mayor ?
I we shall rule them. BAND designing and making rugs; hooked,
,! Among those interested in the new I. Who Is Your Master-God or AND braided and crocheted;each book has 32
f I FU SKIRT pages of pictures and directions. Send
y movement is Mrs. Dwight Morrow,
Gold? You Decide!
". (vv. 10-15). order to: ,
: :: mother-in-law of Col. Charles Lind.
; ; The decision here is of the "either
;:' bergh., -or" "Ye
variety. cannot serve
(" >,. God and mammon" (which means MRS. RUTH WYETH SPEARS
1 t.1 ': SCORNFUL OF JAPAN'S NAVY 2'Sf Drawer 10 _
L --'-: < ) PINE Bedford Hills New York
Behind the scenes in the United Money itself is neither good nor PINE
DOOR SRS ON TOP Enclose 20c for Books 5 and 6.
I States navy there are two schools of bad. It is the use to which it is
the of Name ................................
thought regarding danger war put that determines whether it is to FRAME WITH SHELF FOR

t tf with the Japanese. Both of them bless or to destroy. Rightly gained BEDDING FITS OVER COT Address ............................. \

agree, however, regarding its out- and rightly used,'money is an honorto people have a talent for '

-f : come. the man who has it, and will, SOME guests comfortable and

[ <,' One school, made up of younger through' him, become a means of they are not always the people

officers who have served recently in blessing. On the other hand, money with big houses and what used to

the Far East, has developed a scorn which controls a man will blast his be called a "spare room" for Delights'"he

for Japanese sea power, declares own'soul and those' of others round company. I thought of this one
that Japan never, has met a first I sat inner man ; ; ; saves
byt him.Who morning as propped up on a
class navy, that annihilation of her, decides which it shall be? perfectly comfortable folding cot cooking toil and trouble a ;

fleet would be a matter of two or You-and you alone. Here we come breakfast from healthful economical
eating a tray. ; ; ; ; : i
three months. to the central truth of the matter.
When in
not use my cot was order, today; from
They cite especially the Japanese "He' that is faithful in that which is stored in the hall under the in- your

A II effort to reduce the Woosung forts least is faithful also in much" (v. genious frame sketched here. This

protecting Shanghai in 1932, when, 10). We generally read that 'as frame had a full skirted cover of

the aim of Japan's big naval guns, though it said, "He that is now faith- blue denim trimmed in red and grocerI.

was so poor that for a while ,American ful in a little will later have an_opportunity blue flowered chintz. The medi-

photographers stood on top of to be faithful in much." cine closet on top stood on feet

the fortifications taking pictures of That may be true, but what Jesus made of spools glued in place;

the bombardment.The said here was that he "is faithfulin and was painted red inside and

2695 other school of thought is com- much;" out. On the cabinet shelves were

posed of older officers who are spe- The point is that the man who is cleansing tissue and other useful g

THIS jiffy knit jerkin and match- cialists in naval tactics. They have faithful in the much'shows that life things and the mirror idoor was

". ing beanie, such practical as- figured out the time necessary to attitude by being faithful in the lit- well lighted with wall brackets liil
sets, are quickly made in German- tle. That .is, only the man who is
". move the fleet from Hawaii, to establish connected with a floor outlet.
'town yarn. Pattern 2695 contains a large enough garrison to, right in the great matter of his relationship -.
: directions' for knitted hat, and protect the Philippines; and to pre- with God will be the ruler

. _, jerkin in sizes 12-14. and '16-18; illustrations pare for meeting the Japanese fleet over his possessions for the glory of Van (
of them and stitches; in its own waters. To do all this God and the good of his fellow man. : AROUNDL PorkandBEANSMan's

'materials required. they want at least a year. Someone may say, "I don't be-
lieve that." Well, are in bad
" Both groups agree that the United L THE HOUSETo
Send 15 cents In coins for this patternto States would come out on top, but company (see vv. 14, 15). The Phar- .
The Sewing Circle Needlecraft Dept.. isees
who loved money, who were
'82 Eighth Ave., New York N. Y. Send they 'disagree widely on .the time
> order to: required for victory. self-righteous, and whose attitudewas thread a needle easily, cut
It is an abomination in the sight of I the end of the 'thread on the bias. Man's ErrorIn
' extremely important to
'; God, derided the words of Jesus.If *
: Sewing Circle Needlecraft Dept. that both groups are assuming the ''men this blunder still you
. 82 Eighth Ave. New York British fleet would remain on guardin you don't like that kind of com- Parsley washed with hot water find, all think their little set man-

* Enclose 15 cents in coins for Pat.I the Atlantic and the United States panions, I invite you to come over keeps its flavor better and is eas- kind.-Hannah More.

': tern No..... would not face the job of protecting on God's side. !ier to chop. _
; : : :::::: Latin America from Hitler simultaneously II. Where Will You Spend Eter- .
: : Name :... .................... stove
If milk the
", with the attack by the nity? Your Life Decides (w. 19-23). over on ,
:. ;: '.' Address ............................. Japanese.This Our life beyond the grave is determined sprinkle the spot with salt. This How To Relieve

i1{ is one reason why many by our 'life on this side of will at once remove the disagreeable -

, younger naval officers definitely favor -; death. Yes, we know that eternal odor.
: an aggressive policy toward Japan life ,is a gift of God received by Bronchitis

:H; FOR HEAD/ 'now. They argue that this wouldbe ,faith in Christ as Saviour, quite Baking powder biscuits and
cookies rise better and brown
the surest means not only of :apart from our own works or our Creomulslon relieves promptly be-
helping the British, but also of pol-' merit. But let us not forget that more evenly on baking sheets than cause it goes right to the seat of the
1 trouble to help loosen'and expel
COLDS 'this far than they do in 'pans.
ishing off an almost certain enemy : means more uttering germ laden phlegm, and aid natureto
':;:" "' Just2 drops Pen- 'at a time when the Atlantic still is ''a few words of profession or going soothe and heal raw, tender, inflamed
3-:'- etro Nose Drops --rush OUt protected. :through a formula. Keep cheese in a wellcovereddish bronchial mucous mem-
willinstandystart 1 1 or it will become dry and branes.Tell your druggist to sell youa
.;" youonthe"open, clogging miseries NOTE Naval reports indicate The man who really turns to bottle of CreomuIslon with the un-
..' nose"way that the Japanese are shying away Christ in saving faith becomes a tasteless. derstanding you must like the way it
. h. *
in *
: of cold.stuffedrus vitalizing I from the idea of invading the Dutch new creature; he is born again (I quickly allays the cough or you are
:"' misery healing air. East Indies, despite Nazi urging. 'Pet. '1:23). That means that he Steamed leftover fruit cake to have your money back.CREOMULSION.
and Remember breath.,free One deterrent has been, the strong walks "in newness of life" (Rom. served with a lemon sauce makes a
:, easy
ng takes the kick out of head colds- defenses of the Dutch. Another has 6:4). And thus his life in this world delicious dessert. for Coughs Chest Colds BronchitisSeek
helps cut down the time these colds hang been significant U. S. naval moves, determines both by decision for *. ,

on colds So this, for winter-head extra, added off freedom from I, particularly storing a large supply of Christ and daily living for Him that Creaky stairs, like creaky floors,

with genuine Penetro Nose head Drops.colds'misery torpedo tubes in Hongkong, keepinga he will, like Lazarus, be received are an unnecessary annoyance. If to Find
I large flotilla of submarines at into eternal blessedness.Sad your stairway gets too noisy, Nothing is so difficult but that it

i Manila, and concentrating the fleetat to say, the opposite is also here's the way to go about silenc- may be found out by seeking.-
First Step in Progress' I [ Hawaii instead of California. true. Living as the rich man did, ing the offending treads. Simply Terence.

Discontent is the first step in the for self, will bring judgment in the nail a few extra finishing'nails

progress of a man or a nation.- NEW FLYING TANK world to come. There is no indica- through the treads into the risers
' Oscar Wilde.CRAY. below. The finishing nails used KNOWN FROM COAST TO COAST-NEXTTIME BUY
tion that he was especially wicked
templating The Royal for Air some force time has been a relent-con- but only that he loved his money, should should be three slant inches alternately long, and to KENT1:::: ::::BLADES 100
less bombing of Amsterdam. Ad- revelled in the flamboyant displayof CUPPLES COMPANY ST. LOUIS MISSOURI
HAIRSDo his wealth (v. 19) and had the right and to the left as they
vice for such a raid was sent in coded no
for others (v. 21). Here are driven in. And after counter-
cables from the British thought -
Exaggerated Delays
you like them? If not, get a bottle ot again, the point is that these out- sinking the nails, the nailholesmay
Lea's Hair Preparation It is guaranteed to here, after intelligence reports revealed be filled with plastic wood Every delay is too long to one
make your gray hairs a color so close to the that the Germans had developed ward deeds were the expression ofa .
natural color; the color they were before heart 'attitude against God. and painted. who is in a hurry.-Seneca.
turning gray, or the color of your hair that a tremendous production of
has not turned gray that you or your military equipment in Amsterdam Death came to both of these men.
friends can't tell the difference or your
'. money refunded. It doesn't make any difference intended for the invasion of.England. It will come to all of us, unless the
: what color your hair is and it is to take to Himself.It .
so simple to use-Just massage a few drops Directly after the invasion of Hol- Lord returns us
. upon like the scalp thousands for a arc few doing.days per directions ,land, the Germans took over the tremendous is not a pleasant matter to think

Your druggist has Lea's Hair Preparation Fokker aircraft plant in ,of death, but only the unintelligentwill 'S0SliDSALL I
or can secure a bottle for you, or a Amsterdam and began productionof fail to recognize the comingof liRR l 1r
regular dollar bottle of Lea's Hair Prep .t..
' aration will be sent you, postage paid by a large four-motored plane. Word that day. When it comes, it may :
us, upon receipt of one dollar cash. P. O. received here from Holland-and be too late to make any real life NEEDS IN SEEDS
money order or stamps (Sent COD 12cextr. relayed YOUR
. ). back to Britain-is that this decisions. Now is the acceptabletime.

Box 2055 LEA'S-TONIC-CO.' INC.Tampa, Flo. type of plane is for use as a tank Today is the day of salvation.The Patronize Your Local ferry's Dealer

transport. verses immediately followingour

:..................... Special tanks are being built in lesson in chapter 16 indicate
+ Germany sufficiently light to be that the decision of men concerningtheir
! : TEACHING A CHILD hoisted aboard these planes and car- relationship to God is not dependent -

\., : VALUE OF PENNIES : ried across the channel. The Brit- on the miraculous, but on

A child of a wise mother A ish are planning to.buy a similar moral and spiritual truth. The man
taught from early childhood to become type of "aero-tank" from the United who says he would believe if he THE ADVERTISER
S a regular reader of the adver States, but are awaiting passage of could only see God perform a mira- Tho advertiser assures us that his goods
tisements.in that way better perhaps the lease-lend bill before signing con- cle is ,only evading the issue. Verse COMPARISON axe good.He invites us to compare them
S. than taught the any great other value can of the pennies child and be .. tracts. 31 says that the man who rejects with others.We do.Should he relax for a minute and let his standards drop,

e the permanent benefit which comes Meantime God's Word does so because he I we discern it. We tell others. We cease buying his product. Therefore he
from making every penny count. to they may be expectedto wants to, not because he needs to keeps up the high standard of his wares,and the prices as low as possible.
try cripple Amsterdam's
.........e..i duction of this new weapon. pro- be convinced by a miracle. I




r*>->->->->-:">->->-:K,,>-:">-: )o'r :-x ";"' -<<-: : >> X+>>) OUR GREATEST WEAI/TH citizenship program';; thai is-'why it
News .
The Clewiston .
: .} ,... o'1 emphasizes' the value of service to
By Col. Theodore RooseveltThe others; that is why it Is so 'very
's'.t: u TOO LATE careful in 'the selection
Published every Friday In Clewfston, _. TO's' of its leader.
!Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, :f.. forward march of our civilization ship.

Inc. .;. I f is kept moving by our youth. Those who come within the Influence -
''' CLASSIFY : Perhaps no country on earth is so of Scouting are strengthened -

KEATIILEY BOWDEX. Editor ':. ... .v. i blessed with its youth as is our in soul and body and they be-
::: '' I country-America. While we have come better citizens of the great I

Entered as second class mail matter :% : gained many advantages by our enterprise republic for it. Where you see a
February ,I, 1027, at the Post Office in .:. By RUSSELL KAY | our industry, our natural Boy Scout you may be sure that
under the Act or
March Clewiston 3, 1891.Subscr'l'lioa : resources and our fearlessness, I he is dependable, upright, manly.
.;. President Florida Press Association, ,:X: am convinced that our real, our The greater his numbers, the more

Hat $2.0O Per Year., ..:'... :-:..:..:..:..:..:..:'.:':..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-.:..:..:..:............!....-...................................:-->.........................!M............_.:... I most wealth genuine is; In 'our, and' boys'our and girls greatest: secure our country will be! i

Advertising Rates Onr Application. Disregarding for the moment the I Safety Committee of the Florida There
you have the premise on
Splendid success has been attained -
question of a "new order"" in Eu- State Chamber of Commerce, help- which the Boy Scouts of America .

the advancement and welfare rope, Florida scribes gleefully enjoyed ed the idea along in a big way by works. It believes with a burning by the Indians In, raising and

Devoted of Clewiston to and Hendry. County.RAMBLINGS the advent of a "new order"in contributing distinctive emblems to conviction that all the future holds fattening ,stock in the past and

Florida last week when with be worn bye members of the Order, for our country is'in the hands of sowt of the finest pure-bred stockin ,
ritual all who attended the an attractive two color lapel button
solemn the
boys and That is it
girls. why the state may be seen on the

...-......-..-..-..-..-..-..-......-................-..-......-......-......-..-..-..-."..'I annual Press Breakfas't at the Florida bearing the head of a sanctimoniouscow stresses its character building and reservation. -, i
I Orange Festival were initiated with a halo hung jauntily over

1; in the "Order of the Sacred Cow." one horn, designed by George ,-

I To Allen Andrews, editor and White, Tampa Tribune cartoonist. \ c..x-x..x..X"X" ..*..;:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..::.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.
publisher of the American Eagle of It is planned to issue equally !:! v .A.

By B. B. Estero, goes credit for the idea that amusing membership cards for those :Y_: A

: resulted in the staging of an amusing inducted into the organization.Allen .:. A
... ...... .. .. .. ..... ... I skit wherein an humble motorist 'i' ,'---.A, ..
: ;-; : : :-: :-: :-:-:-:-:-:-: :-: : :+-:-:-: : advances the suggestionthat "
I! and taxpayer, serving as the new fraternity could do :

"The: need of any community for i candidate, is initiated in the sacred much for- Florida by working as :

"a public library is a real need, and II II rites that esteem and venerate Her diligently on behalf 'of the cow as ..' ..:..

the absence of such a library has Bovine Majesty. some have worked against her in Y A
been keenly noticed, particularly Garbed In colorful robes Grand the past and he hopes that the Y-= ..
I II Bullion and Venerable .. ..
among new-comers to Clewiston. Imperial movement. will appeal to thousands rV
Everyone likes to read, and few of I. Long and Short Horn of the "new throughout the state who will gladly y AV

us are so situated that we can buy I I order," occupying the fraternal band themselves together to .. )( ; .. ....
books enough to satisfy that liking. I: chairs with true dignity, revealedthe COW-operate on the ,problem by + AY
We all want to read a great many I the ancient mysteries, pointing out becoming members of' the "Orderof +

books, and select from them those the exaulted position which in days the Sacred Cow.' 's'y- Ji y
appeal most to buy and gone by was accorded the cow and ':' .=.
that us :
her kine. Developed into a strong: statewide y : t. : ?
put in our homes.So organization, he points out, it ::: : :s:
'The aim and of the
the lack of a library has been purpose should have sufficient political + ,.
"Order of' the Sacred Cow" is to ..
one of Clewiston's chief drawbacks.But power to cause the legislature to; .=. I .:.
humble ,
reestablish the patient and
now we are to have, 'a public, take action and ,he advocates thata '=' Is NOT
: \ i
bovine to her rightful position and
library and it's to be set-up with bill be, introduced that would require y VISIBLE I :i w
create in the"puhlic mind the proper V +
the future in view., As the town that all' state roads be designated y
'and' veneration due her
grows, the library will grow, and respect "COW-ways" rather than"highways" y's'
within a very few years, one of-the as Florida's "Patron Saint. ; that the road depart- .. ,."..-._-,: I !

chief attractions will be the Clew- Discouraged after )'ears'of militant ment plant more luscious and :: I ::

,iston Public Library. effort to: drive the scrubcowsfrom nourishing grasses along the shoulders -I' ,[Pdr" ;
our state highways through ; that 'the state, safety 'depart- .. I

A public library for ,Clewiston has editorial. appeals to sanity and reason -' ment supply all" cows with tail- :;_' (Explanation on Page Eight)

Allen finally decided to adopt lights as a safeguard against reck-, :.
long been a dream of Mayor F. ;
Deane 'Duff, and largely through his the old political philosophy that less and careless motorists; ap- f: When you hold a pass book in your hand, ;I:_::
teaches "if can't lick 'em, join
you funds establishment
:persuasion the city commissioners propriation of for the :' II;

decided library in to the provide quarters space which for the a mon'em" sense and- he has hopes failed that, ridicule where com-and calves whose of a mothers home for have orphaned been :.;:, you can see the results of your efforts' :;:

city took over in the old Administration humor will do the trick So he killed '}n the COW-way; and in l Open' 'account NOW-save definite i
building. No finer space now urges that since it seems to be general provide for the welfare, an a
lot to have to live with the A I ItAGE
comfort and 'protection of Her
could be found. In fact these par-
ticular rooms were planned with a cow on our highway' should learnto Bovine Majesty. :;=: amount each pay day, -that is the only :;:
defend rather ,than defy her., ..
view to their being used as a li- The idea isn't as' screwy as' it .s. .:
',brary. There will be a large read-' While the ,skit at the ,Press sounds and if Fuller Warren couldbe :_: certain way towards financial security.F1npIfli .:

ing room-the one with the fire- Breakfast, was presented primarilyto induced to get behind the move- y y y y
place nearest the new sugar-office amuse and entertain the newspaper -
ment and serve as state organizerit .. y
"building-and the large alcoves off men, Allen feels that the idea Y y
ough togO over with a bang. y
,has real possibilities and that the y
this room ,are being equipped with X X
'shelves for!! books. organization throughout the state Certainly we should adopt the f i yaw4f +

-E *, of accredited! chapters. of they obligation of the Order which admonishes y
Mr. and:.-Mrs'1 -: Duff and, Mr. and "I::might be termed"stables: ,"- of the ,us :ta".po;- unto UDDERSas X X
already order would"" eventually result in ,we would have them do unto us" A A
Mrs. F.Edward,' Bryant have A A
three hundred laughing the roadside cow into and certainly there should be, more A A
given some "
oblivion. of the "milk of human kindness"In + +
books Mr. Bitting has given'nearly
a hundred; and we understand has Walter Hays, chairman, of the the "pale" of civilization:: :::.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..: :..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:..:..: :-:-:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..: ;..:..:..:..::

more that will be sent downto "...-- --
the library soon.several dozen others -/ BRIDGE CLUBS MET '.:..:-:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:..:-:-:..:..:..:.. :..:..:..:-:-:-:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..J': ;;...
in Clewiston have given a 'p3N '
or so books- each. There are file WEDNESDAY : =1 V. N--- 1
.:.... s.= -
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copies of some valuable magazinesand y AA
Mrs. Glen Etherton'was hostessat ::::::,: .:... ,
the librarian who is supervising ... "
the work that these the meeting of her bridge club 'i":' 110'
says maga- ;
Wednesday afternoon and carried ::,:.j:: AN jj jjELECTRIC
zines will prove every bit as pop- i ::::
out a Valentine theme with tallies, <
ular the books. '
as "
prizes and refreshments.Mrs. :U. .t'f : : .- .; ;;:" :!::

The committee decided that the Harry Knight won a pair :
of hose as first prize, Mrs. John : ( ALL
library should be classified and
catalogued from the very beginning, Elmore lingerie asj second prize and : I : .. : i : i ifl
Mrs. George E. Crow, Valentine : -
so that it would always be properly : : : HOME .
candy as travelling prize: Others'pla
organized, no matter how large it -! ;ii i-\' !
grows. Mr. Ruff, and other inter- ring were Mrs A. .C. Carlton, ; ; :{:,, { -
rsQn's" Mis.: V. Woodwal-d, Mrs. R. M. : : -
ested, p are ,providing funds _
Hare Jr. and Mrs F. Nall. ,... '"'
W : :
for this work. Mrs.V.. L. Lott has ., AVIV : :
volunteered three afternoons and 6 Mis. Etherton served a', salad .:.._:. Vy':":' J

evenings a week of her time, and course. t; Q- Jf J

the' committee' has given' all weekends Smith invited ;:t;!: Electricity is the modern servant; a servant that :i: :
to the, work until it is com- Mrs. R. N. an extra
pleted. 'table of players] Wednesday afternoon :, ::: takes care of both the work and the pleasures of the 'i::::

when the ,bridge ,club met at :::: home and that do everything quickly efficiently .
Any public library is an asset to her home. :Mrs.: R. H.:Knight .won I'i i one will :::!:

the town, and the 'Clewiston 'Public first prize, a costume necklace, Mrs. I ::';:::: and economically. ::::

,Library will indeed be something Keith, Hartsfield won the cut prize, tA VY

that joicing.will The give committee us all cause is findingit for re- I a .clip.D. Hessie Mrs. ,Emil out Minder of town and guests Mrs.F. ., :;::;J t One penny will toast 26 crunchy slices of toast, or :::!:

hard to go home from the ,librarynow were given l: remembrances. f.;: give your eyes two hours of safe reading light or operate. :.:y:

'our arms.without,There's a book"Gone tucked With under the Augur Others, Mrs.playing Dave were Alston' Mrs., G.Mrs.T. :_i:::_!: your radio, for most of a day-and-ELECTRICITY is **

"Wind, Kitty Foyle, FDR's' Looking Keathley Bowden, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, :i::: one thing that gets cheap the more of it that you use. : :i:
"Forw rd, some of the best loved Mrs H. R. Hall, Mrs. Carl 'Johnson ?. _

'books of our youth that we'd love Mrs. W. H. Lanier and. Mrs.G. .1 :: yy J
to re-read. Already we have the B. Thomas. :_::i:: That is why it is so easy to have and enjoy a home :;::;:

beginnings of a splendid variety of Cake and coffee were served at : ...s.
' "books, and we want more. When the close of play :::::: that IS all electric and mo d ern. +.;.

the library is open and people be- t :' yy yy

gin to read our books, one copy of The Evening Bridge Club met at yy

i each will not be enough. So if 'you the home of Mrs. B. J. Schroeder y. :. 1. 'yy{'s.

have one or a dozen books that Wednesday. Mrs. Schroeder gave 'f
you'd like to 'make available to the fresh meats as prizes, awarding :;.: .' : ELECTRICITY, IS YOUR CHEAPEST SERV- :::::

public, let us know. We'll be de- ham to Mrs. C. E. Nail who a'l' .A... .A..+.

lighted to come by for them.TiADIES high score, and steaks to Mrs. H.H. '" :' ';.'s'

e AID OYSTER SUPPER Turner salad, course who held was second served high.A 10. i' :!.::: '. ANT-USE IT EXTRAVAGANTLY. :;:::

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J TO BE HELD, THURSDAYThe :Mrs.! Roy Alston, Mrs. Blanche .=..:. ....
Turner, Mrs. W. H. Lanier, Mrs AA

annual oyster givenas .C. E. Nail, Mrs. H. H. Turner, :Mrs! ..:.....o. ,"".. f....:..
supper R. C. Wilson, Miss Mae : ..
Palmer and '; .
a benefit by the Ladies Aid So- Mrs R: C. 'Nowling. ...'sO.. .:.,.
ciety of the Community Church : +:i: ARV :.

i Tvill be held next Thursday in the .'s'.':' '.?';'
'Community Center,-the eastxwing: All this talk about speeding up ,. .s.0".:.

l Ing.of Tickets the former administration build-" hens production new in Camp Bradford is Blanding.influencing county,Mrs.the even A.homeof the L. Il Glades Power and Light Co Ii

are being sold for 50 Sullivan of Theressa brought an

'cents each; children will be serv- egg into the office of E. L. Mat- f f
ed a 25 cent plate. The menu will ." .....
editor of the Bradford Coun Ay A
include oyster cocktail, oyster stew, ty Telegraph] at Starke. When the Ay AA

fried oysters ,or baked ham. The" egg was broken, a perfectly formed 'I '.:;.,.s. .....,.,,M.,,.,.,.. .s...
supper will be .served from 6 to sIM: f.}
e"gg ,was found inside the large : ...... .... ....
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8 o'clock. -: : : :-:-: : : : : : : :" : :
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;; DUFF'S BRIDGE PARTY IS 1 McIntyre. Mrs. J.' A. McGehee. r Perry, Mrs. Joseph Robbins and FOR RENT-Small furnished apart-V::,- V

EVENT OF TUESDAY AT INN ,Mrs. C. J. Nielsen, Mrs. Campbell .,Mrs. J.: J. Graham as a nominat. ment. F. L. Williamson. tf,
I E. 'Nail, Mrs. Carawan Nelson, Mrs.J. ing committee' to present a slate .

f Personals J Mrs. F. Deane 'Duff was hostess Grady Niblack, Mrs. H. J. of.;officers for the;,nqxt year:0 at the ,. M. COUSE :)
I :
at a card party at the 'Clewiston Inn Oglesby, Mrs. A. O. Oliver, Mrs. March meeting. .. VV ,
'Tuesday afternoon. Tables for W. C. Owen, Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, The hostesses served: sandwiches, Counselor and Attorney HI Law ;. ';;,.
',bridge and Michigan were arranged Mrs. W. W. Perry, Mrs. J. H. cookies and coffee to. Mrs. F. Deane Hopkins- Building ,' :: :,
on the upstairs porch, the bridge (Pressley, Miss Hazel Prince, Mrs. Duff, Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mrs.. N. Wednesdays and Slunnlaa'. '::
Mrs. S. L. Crochet were I I I
Mr. and
divided into sections V. S. Mumford. Mrs. Y. 9:30 to<< 4:00
tables being M. M. Prewitt, Mrs. W. C. Prewitt, R. Patter- .'
Monday. '
f' visitors in Sarasota
I "A" and "B." Mrs. Josephine I Mrs. Ramsey, Mrs. L.. C. Rosenberg, son, Mrs. E. C. Mills, Mrs. J. F. "
Knight won first prize, Mrs. B. J. 'Mrs. L. H. Robbins, Mrg. Joseph Morrison, Mrs. O. A. Jones, Mrs. '
> .. ." Wilbur Goff left Sunday for Key i Schroeder second prize, Mrs. Carl Robbins, Mrs. F. M. Rodriguez, Mrs. E.V: Durst, Mrs..H. R. Hail, Mrs. CLEWISTONTINNING
< ,West after spending ten days here Berner third prize and Mrs. H. H. G. B. Rackstraw, Mrs. George L. Maud Hare, Mrs. Gideon Brown, & PLUMBING SHOP

<, 1" visiting with friends. "Turner low prize in section'"A.." Royal. Mrs. Joseph Robbins, Mrs. John H. Anything in Plumbing Fixtures

--- Mrs. C. E. Nail won first prize, Mrs. O. F. Schiffli, Mrs. G. H. Doty and Mrs. A. O. Ward. _,Prompt, Efficient Service
Mr and Mrs. R. Y. Patterson Mrs. W. E. Bolton second prize and Small, Mrs. B. J. Schroeder,". Mrs.R. .
I were visitors in West Palm Beach Mrs. W. C. Hooker third prize and PETER ,CHRISTENSEN, Mgr.
N. Smith, Mrs. L. L. Spicer,
t- Saturday. Mrs. Ralph Bishop low prize in section FOR SALE Used band instru-
Mrs. E. L. Stewart Mrs. G. ,B.
ments, cornets, .
"B. At the Michigan tables, clarinets saxophones -
{ ',. Thomas, Mrs.. J. F., Tippey, Mrs. '
i Mrs. W. T. Wheeless spent the Mrs. Zerney Meredith won' first Miles H. Thomas, Mrs. H. H. Turner etc., 10.00 up. For particulars '
week-end in Fort Myers with her prize, Mrs. W. D. King .second, Mrs. R. W. Turk, Mrs. \V. P. .see C. C. Klutts.V 5t. HOMEOWNERS

0 daughter, Mrs. James M. Boyd. prize and Mrs. H. J. Oglesby glow Vaughn, Sr., Mrs. W. P. Vaughn, "

prize. Mrs. Keathley Bowden drew Jr., Mrs. H. T. Vaughn, Mrs M. E.
Edmund 1I. Blake of Asheville -'' ,the lucky card for cut prize. A. O. Ward Mrs. GInnsefl Scientifically Broken. J.en..e*
Mrs. VonMach, Mrs. Fitted and ttcpiilred, L> icutcdDR.
: N. C., is the guest of ,her After the games the players were Jimmy Wilson, Mrs. R. C. Wilson. : F D. GUHIlAUIt _
r daughter, Mrs. Nicholas Van Slyck joined by a group of tea guests, ,OptometristPhone
:. Mumford, for the -winter.Mr. and refreshments were served in LADIES' AID MEETING I 10S 5 Collier Arcade 1 .
I Fort, Myerm. Florida
the dining room. AT CHURCH YESTERDAYMrs.
Successor to K. H. Oakley
- ', and Mrs. R. 1.. Guthrie' are The guest list included: Mrs. F. ,
leaving Sunday fora- visit with Edward Bryant, Mrs.Clarence '''R. W. W. Perry and :Mrs. W. A47URIr

,., relatives in Douglas, Ga., their :Bitting, Mrs. Oliver Thompson, Mrs. H. Lanier were hostesses at the ; MECHANICAL, STRUCTURALARCHITECTURAL I
-' former home. I Stafford Beach and Mrs. L. Phil-. monthly meeting of the Ladies' Aid DESIGNS

lips Clarke of Palm Beach, Mrs. T... Society held yesterday afternoon at

Mrs. W. M. Redelsheimer and B. Shelley, Mrs. W. M. Redelsheimer the Community Church. Maps Estimates' ,

. '. daughter, Patty, of Miami, spent of Miami, Mrs. W. P. Journigan, Mrs. John H. Doty presided and JOHN H. DOTY YOU DON'T ...

';: -' several days this week ,with Mr. Mrs. 'Lawton Sims, Mrs., C. G. Co- Mrs. F. E. Conkling was in chargeof Engineering Consultant -
;4 :, ;VV V and Mrs. C. L. Downs at the Clew"X' -i burn, Mrs. J. V. Fourmy, Canal the program. Mrs. Conklinggave Hopkins Bldg. CI \Viston. Fla. I NEED CASH FOR YOUR
,",' iston Inn. I Point, Mrs. Thomas Dechman, Pa- a reading on "Defense of our
: hokee, Mrs. George Yon, South I Church" and introduced the themeof REPAIRS
:'r.j:::: '. Dick Patterson returned to the Bay, Mrs. Fred A. Flanders, Mrs.J. I the devotionals, "Defense." A or REMODELINGNO'

{i ":'., : University at Gainesville Sunday, M. Couse, Miss Bertha Gram, responsive reading followed on the I
;;r.:, after spending a few days here, between Moore Haven, Mrs. :Kent Pendleton, topic "God, Our Defense."
:' semesters, with his, parents, Alva, Mrs. Dave G. 'Alston, Mrs.. Mrs. J. G. Niblack reported on FOR YOUR BAKING DELAY
:,' Mr. and Mrs., R. Y. Patterson. George T., Augur, Miss Marcia the committee for the oyster supper -
,';; '- Avant. and Mrs. Conklfng made a
-+" report on the missionary box sent RED TAPE ,
:Van Bush and Miss Margaret Mrs. J. E. Beardsley, Mrs. HoraceA.
;-1 Jensen returned to Miami Tuesday Bestor, Mrs. B. A. Bourne, Mrs. to the Philippines.Mrs. ,
;" 1 W. E. Bolton Mrs. M.- W. I Doty appointed Mrs. W. W. ;
.; after spending a few days here Bigg, JVS
'i," :, with Van's sister. Mrs. Glen Ether- Mrs. Keathley Bowden, Mrs. Carl 1. : : S
1:;' ., ton and Mr. Etherton. E. Berner, Mrs. I. S. Bell, Mrs. G. BishopWilsonLumber
I'' H. Brown, Mrs. Edmund M. Blake, FOR RENT-2 or 3-room apart-

'. Mrs. A. R. Broadfoot, Mrs. H. V. ment. Bed room with twin beds. $ "...'.. Co.
Mrs. George Terrell and son, Don, East of Clewiston Inn. O. A. Clark .... "
are leaving Sunday for Charleston, 1 Briant, Mrs. ,R. S. Bair, Mrs. W. M. .1FREE. I
who is Bradnack, Mrs. Ralph Bishop, Mrs.S. CLEWISTON FLA.
-1 S. C., to join Mr. Terrell ,
L. Crochet Mrs. E. M. Cornette
industry I
in the ship-building -
FOR SALE-On account of poor
Mrs. Curry, Mrs. F. 'E. Conk- '
there. I health I am forced to sell my
--p: ling.Mrs. I rooming house in Moore Haven.
C. L. Downs, Mrs. Foy Dur- i
,'; Dr. and Mrs. W. L. :.Lott have Ten rental rooms upstairs and two
as their guests Dr. Lott's sister, rence, Mrs. John H? Doty, Mrs. W. large storerooms downstairs. Priced
. A. Davis, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mrs: I Send for mtw booklet l N ,
.! Mrs. Otis Black and her daughter, for quick sale. Would prefer that cofitajaiog dozens of
"i Carol, .of Washington, D. C., who Glen ,Etherton, Mrs. J.' W Francis, those interested see building and I brifhc ideas to improve
i i" )-- arrived Thursday for a visit' of ,Mrs. B. C. Flanikeh, Miss Kathleen personally investigate business.- .II-pltolpltot.+ your Ilumford baking BikiaJ;..Addtasr Powder, I
\' several weeks. Flaniken, Mrs. C. 'W, Fuller, Mrs. Mrs. I. P. Jepson. dovb'-omflg Box:N.Ramfor,I.L ,
, "- Arnold Hoffman, Mrs. M. J. Hirsch,
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,1 V Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Bowyer of Mrs. W. C. Hooker' Mrs. Fred
, ; Moore Haven announce the arrivalof Henriksen, Mrs.. A. L. Hackett, Mrs.

a son on Saturday, February 1, H. R. Hall, Miss Harriett Hayward,

",,-::::;,,.',-;. in the Clewiston Hospital. The II 1 Mrs. F. D. Hessie. mriizri11 I.p
:' young man weighed six pounds, six Mrs. Carl Johnson, Mrs. Lee S

: 'ounces an4"haii/bee, jnamedj Patrick 'Johnson,1rs; 'H. 'C:,, Jones, Mrs. O. I __ _
: Ryan Bowyer. A. Jones, Mrs. E. E.. Kelly, Mrs. H. ;,___ : -I

C. Kolstad, Mrs. R. H. Knight, Mrs.
4 Mr. and Mrs. Fred McCarty of Josephine Knight, Mrs. W. D. King,
Edinburg, Ill., uncle and aunt of Mrs. W. H. ,Lanier, Mrs.. C. J. Lov-
.. Glen Etherton, visited Mr. and I, vorn, Mrs. W. L. Lott. /

_ ',' Mrs. Etherton here Wednesday. !I Mrs. I. D. Leydig, Miss Marian
They ,are'spendi g a short Leydig, Mrs. Otto Larsen, Miss Ollie
while in Moore Haven. Mr. Moorman, Mrs. J. W. Moran, Mrs. '
and Mrs. Etherton' will accompany I E. C. Mills, Mrs. Zerney Meredith, I
them on a trip to Miami' and Key Mrs. N. V. S. Mumford/Mrs. J., F.

West this week-end. Morrison, Mrs. C. E. 'Miner, Mrs.C. /FJRSTIFIRSTIFJRST

A. Martinez, Mrs. Frank Mueller,
Mrs. C. L.
V ,McLendon, Mrs: P. M. V

EZELLE ON TUESDAY-' FOR SALE-250,000 Rutledge & 101V B11 D'
Mrs. J. W. Ezeile entertained
with.a pretty luncheon at. the Clew-: Grothen' tomato plants. 8 to 10 j

iston Inn Tuesday, her guests Including inches high, $1.50 per 1,000. See
T. J. James at George's
: many: out-of-town visitors, Rooming
{ -.. who were here for Mrs. F. Deane House.Johnson's.
Duff's party'that afternoon.

Included at the luncheon were

:Mrs Thomas Dechman, 'Pahokee.

,_, Mrs. J. 'Fourmy, Mrs. C. G. Co- ,Fish, Camp
.' burn, Mrs. Lawton Sims, Mrs. W.
o (Near Hurricane Gate)
P.. Journigan, Canal Point/\ Mrs.'' I
, V W.I:! Redelsheimer, :Miami Mrs. Clewiston, Fla. ),S 4Y] :
', iYY
"SL.K" '; %y! C iJCa Yv i/y N M'
H. A. Bestor and her mother, Mrs.J. Boats and Motors-Guide Service A.

W. Francis, of St. Paul, Mrs. Rates Reasonable

M. W. Bigg and her guest, Miss \V. H. Johnson, Mgr: i'/'l.
Harriett Hayward of, New York ':

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a 4'V: JfO7 for "'41 is the only low- VACUUM POWER SHIFT
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same type UNITIlfDKNEf-AUlON NO NO

5' ? :I The best eating grapefruit in Florida, :.?' ''. of engine that holds all BOXGIRDfRfRAME NO lid

'A really sweet and actually bursting with :_: world's records for per- OlilGlNAlflSHERNOOllAFT VfNTJLArrcm NO ,

.- :*: juice at a housewife's price. Seeded at : AGAIN CHEVROLET'S formance on /land sea TlPTOf-MATlCaUrC
j. ."" I;: 50c, Pinks at 75c per bushel. Not spray- : THE LEADERHub ,and in the air! Cltrill4ClF! NOONLY.

ed-not LJEaSAaTH # QUAl1TYFEAT(2cI
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again. The next moment the senorita associating with you-he would dis- I
and the senora, breathless with own me. You ought to be ashamedof CHERUB

fear, had the serving women run- yourself to impose so on the .

ning, hot water splashing, sheets weakness of.a poor girl like me. VheT'.n...., young I .
torn up and enough bandages readyto And I don't believe you are a bit used tkinkGrowr
equip a small hospital. The rough ashamed. What sort of people live

bandages were soaked off. Carmen in Texas? And you did say some- \ up Folks did just

calmed herself until she saw the thing, if I remember rightly, about wbtt they shovld

ragged wound of the slug in the marrying me-not?" But now tHtt lrr\

arm as it- was bared. Whereupon, "If I have so imposed on your

without even apologizing, the excit- lovely nature, querida, I want, of drawn up myselfI

ed girl fainted again. course, to make amends. see they sorely (
When Dr. Doane took charge he, Then Carmen spoke, "In the morn- tooled

too, laughed at Carmen's fears. "All ing, Henry, I want you to take me me. J () -0t1etArtl'
CARMENoFTHERANCHO that I winder at," he said insin- over to the valley of the strawberries. good. o 6

I cerely, "is that you would send for Will you? I want to go to that !

me to attend to a little thing like redwood tree where we sat. Do you

this. Bowie, my boy, you'll be swing- think you could find it? There were
ing a reata next week." He success- two close together." 0J adiX

By FRANK H. SPEARMAN i ?) Frank H. Spearman WNU Service fully concealed his anxiety lest "I could find it, Carmen, if there

Bowie should suffer a stiff forearm were two thousand close together."
before him Bowie caughta
CHAPTER XVin Continued from the shattered bone.Carmen's .
of a riderless horse, lying WNU Service.
-21- glimpse confidence in Dr. Doane "Leave the horses here, Henry.I .
What did it mean? I
Bowie succeeded in chasing his bogged. was very great, but her solicitudefor want to walk the rest of the way
man out of the timber to a stretchof Slowing up, the Texan peered ahead. I Bowie was unabashed. She tried, up the hill just with you."

open country. Both horses, despite through the screen his of leaves closer to the, for the most part unsuccessfully, to "This is the tree, Carmen. Tell me i

the desperate spurring of their He worked way when his horse keep the Texan in bed; and failing now, from your"beating heart, what

riders, were showing the gruelingpace giant sycamore, this, to keep him in the house. you told me,that day, my Carmen."
but both held out till day was shied violently. "Cease protesting," she would say
Half submerged, face downwardhi "And tomorrow Henry said Car-
breaking.In decisively. "This is my hour, En- ,
the stillness of the early dawn, the marshy water, lying so close riquito. I have been waiting for men a week before the wedding day,
with Bowie straining every effort to that Bowie's horse almost "tram "we must go to Monterey to en-

keep his man in sight, the chase, pled it, he saw the sprawling figure I ..... ,..,SiI gage the musicians. I want a violin -
mile after mile, went on; only the of a man. Clutching his knife in his and a flute and a guitar. They WATER HEATERSAutomatic

flying rhythm of the horses' hoofs left[ hand, the Texan slipped from will ride with us in the processionto

broke the silence ushering in a his saddle, plunged through the the mission and play on the way Finest quality Electric$30. Water Buy direct neater from SO Gal.factory

peaceful day. And where nature slime and, watching narrowly for a -won't that be nice? And Henry, we save half. Valuable Information free.
possible beauty to trick lifted the man's head by the White Products Corp., Lansing, Mich.
offered every -- -- will take the horses from Don Ra- kd
calm the heart of man, two men hair out of the ooze. As he took the I mon's caballeria of blacks-they are

thundered in deadly enmity across a head in his hands _it turned, disjointed -I such beauties. You and I will ride

field of poppies that turned the dull at the neck; the squatter was : together, then Don Ramon and Dona Fish Possess Voices

brown of the cropped grass for miles quite dead. Maria, then the music, and then
into a glory of golden blooms. With one arm disabled, Bowie everybody else!" Contrary to widespread belief

The Texan with straining eyes could do no more than partly drag "How many?"' that fish possess no voices and

held his man against the distant the trunk of the body closer to the "Oh, a hundred or so." therefore lead lives of perpetual silence -

horizon. No thought of relenting, no roots of the big tree. He stood fora "My! Carmen, this business of many 'fish are quite noisy

thought of mercy, restrained him.The moment in bewilderment and confusion ,getting married in California seemsto creatures. According to the U. S.

insolence and ,invasion of a stunned by the gruesome be important." fish and wildlife service, many fish

squatter might be forgiven. But the sight. "Important, Henry?" ,are capable of producing loud
Texan's thoughts were set on the instinct to hurry, away from
The "Why, for a week now, every serv- sounds-even' musical notes-de-
cold-blooded murder of an unoffending the; tragedy must be denied. If he ant, every vaquero, everyone in the spite the fact that they have no

Indian. That murderer must left the body it,would ,be virtually, kIe1rr \ household, has been getting ready vocal organs. Scientific investiga-
be held and punished, and his pursuer impossible to find it again, and it for our marriage." tions of sounds produced by various -

meant he should be. would almost certainly be mangledby "Ah! But, Enriquito, it's not all species of fish have revealed
With a sharp jerk of the bit Blood coyotes before ,it could be re
for you and me that the fatlings many piscine sound oddities, rang-
wheeled suddenly to the right, away covered. Nor could Bowie, partly
have been killed, the game broughtin. ing from mere grunts, like a pig,
from the poppies and toward the disabled, get it on his horse-the
the noises resembling
Not all the champagne, to humming
Melena. It was a desperate'move squatter was a large man-to carryit wines, the cordials and the sweet musical notes.
for refuge, but if the murderer could out of the swamp. Nor had he a potatoes and cocoanuts and Chinese

gain the swamp far enough aheadof pistol in hand to load for a shot. ginger and Island sugar and the
his pursuer he could turn on Bowie But he had still a stentorian voice. been in
strong cigars have brought
and pick him off his horse from He knew Pardaloe and Simmie INDIGESTION
and No Guad-
just me.' no,
you - -
hiding. would trail him to,the Melena. He alupe will be host to a hundred my--ffedth-Heut-

It was' a ten-mile run to the great sent out- a slow high cry and lis- In your honor and mine- I guests-every ranchero in the val- batr Oil-trtgger tripped on in tho tho heart.stomach At the or gullet first sign may of*ct distress llko a -
swamp. Mile after mile fled under tened. No response greeted,his ear. smart men and women depend on Bell-am Tablet to
it. God sent me once a protector; ley, with his wife and sons and let gai free No laxative but mado of the fastest-
the drumming feet of the straining After a long wait, for even breathwas and his guests will be acting medlclnea known for acid indlgeitlon. If the
the he it was no credit to you, big man, daughters FIBST DOSE doesn't prove Boll-am better return
ponies. Yet Blood, even on precious in his predicament, that he chose here every day for a week. So will bottle to IU tad recolra DOUBLE Money Back. plc.
fresher mount, could gain but little tried; a second call and sat down to you- all the De la Guerras''' from Santa
"No credit to me, pobrecita,
on his grim pursuer. Every glance figure out what had befallen Blood. "
it is the only thing in my life that I ,Barbara. Common Tasks
backward from the murderer's sad- Soon he heard in the distance a "A week!"-
dle lessened his hope of a chance to pistol shot. He knew it,was a sig- count. "Yes and they will laugh and 'I do believe, said Phillips
for shot after gaining the nal. the plainsman'sshrill "He sent me a protector-why Brooks, the"common man's task '
reload a. Again'he
dance and, sing and play and, get .
shouldn't I Whyshouldn't
persecute The hero has thehero's
swamp,'for Bowie, alive to the trick, plaintive cry, and there came Enriquito. They will is the hardest.
him ,
I ? very
persecute him to
that lifts .
bent defeating it. at last answering call. aspiration .
was dance night and all night fora
be cruel he every
"You're too to
Sooner than seemed possible, the It was frontier wireless, long before young week, in your honor and mine." his labor. All great duties are

two men, racing on narrowing : the day of wires. Patience and rotorted."I don't He's mine. I've "Then all our Monterey cousins easier than the little ones, though

grass of the Melena border. Blood, calling and answering brought Par- had too care tragedies in my life and friends and our San Diego'cous- they cost far more blood, and
back''' his shoulder daloe and Simmie swearing their many
glancing over Had ins and friends""Heaven agony.
not to value only
a protector.
defiance and halting on into the heart of the-Melena to "
yelled a way been there that dreadful day at protect us, pobrecita!
of the where Bowie stood leaning with his you _
the edge morass,
very Los Alamos!" "You may well say that. I hopewe
whipped out a pistol and threw a left hand on the sycamore tree. "Querida! My right arm is get- shall have a little time to our- p i CHOICE OF MILLIONSsTST.JOSEPH

shot at his pursuer.It "Henry, you'been hit! Where? ting quite strong again. But Dr. selves after two or three daysdon'tlook
was an impossible shot, made Dog it, man, you've lost aplenty "
Doane says it must be exercised regularly for it before that. | .
from the saddle on a restive horse at blood. Set down. Where's Blood, so it won't be stiff. How "But where will all these people E tOe

,;more than fifty yards, yet the slug Henry?" about exercising it a little now?" sleep?" I ASPIRIN 4

went home, tearing into Bowie's already Pardaloe was concerned. His "My darling, you must take no "Oh, nobody sleeps while the cele- Ai!j WORLD'S LARGEST )::,::::

pricked right forearm and questions came fast. Bowie pointedto chances! You might strain it, you bration lasts! Only perhaps an houror i J1111 SELLER AT
shattering it between the elbow and the fallen squatter. Simmie know." I: so after sunrise. They sleep t

wrist. pulled at' his beard reflectivelytheonly "Tomorrow then?" where they can. Then in the morn-

With an impatient curse the sign he ever gave of excite- "Perhaps tomorrow it you behave ing come the meriendas-like yours Life of StudyIf

wounded Texan, crouching in his ment. Pardaloe stared a moment, yourself. Do you realize, bad Tex- and 'mine," she whispered. "Don't you devote your time to Study,
caddie spurred headlong at his en- pulled the body around, but he saw "
an, how I've already cast to the you remember? you will avoid all the irksomenessof
my. But Blood did not wait for the no blood. winds the rigid etiquette of centu- "I remember nothing else, querida this Life, nor will you long for

attack. Bowie knew that the squat- "Henry," he asked, peering, ries? I'm sure if Don Ramon knew mia-only that day and you." the approach of Night, being tiredof ,

ter must have a second loaded pis- "where'd you hit him?" how bad I've been-and all through [THE END] the Day; nor will you be a bur-

tol or he never would have fired so "I had no pistol. We were go- den to yourself, nor your Society
wild a shot-a shot with which he ing fast. I was within ten yards of 1 to others.-Seneca. J

could at best only have hoped to him when we got here. He jumped I Entire Panama Canal Plan Changed by insupportable

hit the horse. But Blood did not his horse past the tree without see- 1
know that Bowie had thrown away ing this pool. The horse went down." Postage Stamp Showing Crater's Smoke.

his empty pistols and now carried Bowie pointed upward. "See that old .; COLDS

only a knife. ,The squatter wheeled grapevine hanging across from the Stamps have played many impor- After several months the plan of StiOF

and plunged into the bog, Bowie trunk to the branch? That's what did tant roles in the pageant of civi- building across Nicaragua seemedto

racing after him. it." lization; one stamp nearly causeda be the logical one, and prep- gcucki ode

When Blood, hotly pursued by war; another saved the life of an arations were begun. The plans LIQUID
Bowie, dashed into the swamp a Late that morning Carmen, after American explorer in the depths of followed' the lakes and rivers already 6 6 6 TABLETS SALVE

feathered scream rose from a myriad searching the horizon since day- the Liberian jungles; still a third in existence there, from At- COUCH NOSE DROPS DROPS

of birds in their sanctuary, rudely break with straining eyes, perceiveda was responsible for the dischargeof lantic to Pacific. Estimates were

invaded. Slinking cats scampered little party of horsemen riding a postmaster general. Even ,the submitted for approval; plans had' WNU-7 6-41

madly from under the plunging slowly toward the ranch house. decision to build a canal through been drawn up, men were ready to

hoofs of the two horses. The Me- Most of all. she searched among Panama instead of Nicaragua may go to Central America and begin Soaring Envy
them for-the caballero to whom she
lena woke in panic. be attributed to a single postage work. Envy, like fire, ever soars up-
had given her life in promise. Her
stamp, asserts a writer in the New The dramatic alteration in this vard.-Livy.
acute agony of suspense ended when .
York WorldTelegram.For project came in Washington when
she made out his broad hat and tall
years the shipping industrywas one of the consulting engineers of
Bowie leaping his horse into the figure in the saddle. Today's popularity
the long route
commission received
hampered by the a packageof after
Carmen had promised herself she of Doan Pills
Jungle as he crouched in the saddle, from the Atlantic to the Pacific. charts from his survey crew in many years of worldwide
knew he had 'one more pistol slugto would be very collected when he re- Yankee and British sloops The contents of the use, surely must
clippers Nicaragua.
and all the I be accepted as evidenceof
turned. All night morn-
and knew that only his
face the "Horn" for the routine' matter I use.
raced around package was only satisfactory
knife was left him for a hand-to- ing her prayers had been poured up trade from China. it 'And favorable public
i the tea but the affixed to
prestige in postage stamp that
hand fight. Yet such was his tradi- to heaven for his safety, and with opinion supports
During the gold rush days in the struck his attention.The of the able physicianswho
tion and his training that, of all her prayers answered and her lover, Central America test the value of
weapons available to him, the bowie out of the saddle, clasping her close, West ships rushed picture of Momotombo was Doan's under exacting
went black before her. and passengers and cargo were familiar enough to this engineer and laboratory conditions.
choice in short everything
knife would be his a word
land train These physicians, too, approve every
arm struggle. He plunged into the She disgraced herself by fainting inBowie's sent across the by or he recognized the mountain imme- of advertising you, read, the objective of
carriage and then on to San Fran- which is only recommend Doan's Pills
His interest aroused
diately. was
one good arm. ,
without qualm and headed his ,
jungle disorderof
another boat. The cuttingof as a good diuretic treatment for
horse through the thicket by the "I saw the flames in the night cisco by however, when he saw that the en- the kidney function and for relief of
a canal through the isthmus of that showed smoke the pain and worry it causes. '
sounds of the struggling horse along the river, she sobbed when graver stamp tie
If of how
ahead. she came to. "Oh, Henry, if you seemed inevitable, even though trop- drifting from the crater of this peak, kidneys more must constantly were aware remove waste

Then silence Bowie ever ride into danger again, I ride ical diseases and fever crippled sev- which had been considered an extinct that cannot stay in the blood without in-
came a as .
eral attempts to link ocean to ocean. jury to health, there would beo better understanding ...
with his shattered arm, pressed for- with you., I must. Never again can volcano.A of why the whole body suffers
ward. A pistol shot from the squat- I stand such a night. What's this?" The rusty machinery of De Les- survey party was sent to the when kidneys Jag, and diuretic medication
discarded in the of wouldf more often employed.
ter rang and echoed through the I she exclaimed, catching sight of the seps lay swamps interior to, learn whether the en- Burning, scanty or too frequent urina
blood-soaked bandage on Bowie's Panama. The British attempt was tion sometimes warn of disturbed kidney
jungle. The slug whistled past graver had made a mistake. Not back
abandoned and yet the world need- function. You may suffer nagging
Bowie's head. His only answer to right arm. "You are hurt! You ; long afterward word was receivedat ache, persistent headache attacks of dizziness
wounded! Madre de Dios You ed a waterway across Central Amer- I getting 'swelling, puffiness -
it was a cry, a plainsman's cry. are ica. headquarters that the volcano under the up eyes-feel nights;weak, nervous,
Blood spurred to the right, closeto will die!" was not extinct but had again come all played out.
a huge sycamore. Bowie's horse Bowie laughed as he held her. "I Eventually the United States appropriated to life; that smoke was rising from Use Doan's Pill It is better to rely on

I was struggling up to its knees in will, but not yet, querida Not yet." a fund to scrutinize the the crater. claim a medicine than that on something has won world-wide less favorably ac
Despite his assurances she was possibility of a canal. A commis- known. Ask nciglibqrlI
\ mud and slime with every leap like your
to be its last. Suddenly there tremble. "Come into the house, sion made surveys and submitted
the feasibility of such a Search for Fountain of Youth
reports on
You do not know
quick querido.
sound Q
came a whirring, clashing
workedin Hernando de Sota made its historic
For they
project. '
ahead, and a terrible cry choked how bad you are hurt. ,Come. a
the field, examining the features search for the fountain oJ
short. As the couple entered the living
of several proposed site- youth in this country in 1540.
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let me have the brick? 'We're!
keeping all the little mementoes;,;
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Junior Class Sponsors i; Tigers .had five. '1 lto I t start the Senior play soon which for the rest of the school term. .1! CLEWISTON' FLORIDA:
The starting'Clewiston line-up,. Is always a big event. The seventh and eighth:' semester Section 1. That the North, and East

Dance SaturdayThe I II boys, was _Cason and Lang, Slonak-I I i Honor Roll: Nora Oglesby Emily Wings, located of the on Administration Block 182; Clewjston Building -,
Square and Waters., Bullen Nick be rented at reasonable
er, Frith, Have you or ,you seen any of the Schiffli. the Clewiston rent from
Realty and Develop-
basketball games? I didn't think I Eighth grade monthly Honor ment Corporation, and that the City
Junior Class of the Clewis- Veteran NewsmanContinued you had. Been putting, it offhaven't Roll: Sue Von Mach, Nick Schiffli, Hall be established on said premiseson
or before March 1st, 1941.
an ? Well listen you have Richard Hanna.
ton High School is sponsoring -- you Section 2. That the building In
old-fashioned square dance with ( from Page 1) missed some real fun. Now take Eighth grade monthly Honor which the City Hall is now established \ -
"fiddlers.," a professional "caller"and training and domestic science instruction I the game here Tuesday night for Roll: Emily .Bullen Nora Oglesby be' retained for the City Jail and
'engine house and other municipal
everything which goes to make is available for the example! There wasn't a very' big Jean Augur. purposes.

for an evening of real entertain- dren. chU-1 crowd here but I have never seen Section 3. That the officials of the

ment at the school auditorium next Clewiston, a town of about more enthusiasm shown by anyone 9TH GRADE NEWS City directed be and to do are all hereby things authorized necessary and for

Saturday night February 15... population is remarkable in many I i small group. Well the score in the Elizabeth Winn the carrying out of the provisions of

Admission will be fifty cents per ways- first half was twenty to .eight and We are very glad to have Earl this ordinance. '
Fully 90 per cent of the population not in our favor either! But the Mooneyhan as one of our, new Section 4. All ordinances and partsof
couple' or for stag and everyoneis ordinances in conflict herewith are
invited to attend.BottleNeck gets its livelihood directly or I score at the end was fifty to members from St. Petersburg. We hereby repealed.
indirectly through the sugar corpo- thirty-five and it was in our favor. are also glad to have Lynwood Dix- Section 5.: This ordinance shall
ration. I Those boys really played basket on and Carrol Redish back withus take effect its and be in force' immediately -
Removed upon passage..,
The town has neVer known a ball and the crowd really backed after being absent for several Feb. 714. -'

bread-line. It has no citizens ,on them up! Come on out some of weeks. l<
From Levee CanalA relief and WPA workers are as these nights. It isn't very cold if We can now come back to school

I scarce! as old mafds at a stag ban- you get some spirit into it and yell with clear minds' now that mid- NOTICE TO CREDITORS ,
quet. There Is no unemployment with the crowd. Be seeing you at term exams are over. I
bottle-neck in the levee' canal (1933 Probate Act. Secs. 119, 120)
Island bridge is be- I problem here. the game the next time the Tigers There- is a new romance in our IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY
the Torrey
at and Tigerettes play! Freshman Class-E. M.-S.: L. JUDGE. HEN DRY COUNTY,
the U. S. Engineers
ing removed by FLORIDA. IN PROBATE.
. the work 'being scheduled for com City Teams Rolls In re Estate of
week. It has been underway -
pletion next Adams Deceased.
for about two weeks.At Highest Game ScoreThe Second Grade-Charles Betsy and Elizabeth not together TO ALL CREDITORS AND PERSONS
I Carol Joy Alston Rachel Miner, ? HAVING CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
this point there has been a Joyce Turner Eleanor Von Mach AGAINST SAID ESTATE:
Miss Humble with her hair down You and
each of you are hereby
restricted width and depth to the Kiwanis team bowled a total Bevoly Flaniken, Edwin Messer, (neither can we.) notified and required to present any
canal. It will be deepened and claims and demands which ,
of 2288 pins in their three Wayne Shelfer. you or
Mary ,Mathfs
and eating candy in either of you. may have against the
widened to the same depth
game match with the city team on Third Grade-Harry Vaughn Kay school? estate of James W. Scott, deceased
width of the remainder of the Monday night of this week yet were late of said County, to the County
Bowden John Williams, Shirley Barbara Broadfoot
I not' eating in Judge of Hendry County, Florida, at
defeated in two of the games. _This Benbow, Bobby Berner, Ann Pre- school? his office in the court house of said
I was the highest scoring match 'or witt Richard Knight Bettie Huff, Mauryne without Billie? County at LaBelle Florida, within a
eight calendar months from the
Local Bowlers Win I the entire tournament t to (date with Gene L'and.Fourth of the first publication of this notice.time
Jerry Wilcox rolling a 206 score Each claim or demand shall be In
I Grade-Charles Miner writing, and shall state the place of
BeachA Ed Markette 200 and G. Small a
In West Palm -- Christine Espenlaub Danny Martin, BILL NO. 34 residence and post office address of
190. ORDINANCE NO. 34 the claimant, and shall be sworn to
The Kiwanians took the first Shirley Owen, Corrinne Von Mach, by the claimant, his agent or'his attorney -
Jack Davis, Richard McLeod. An Ordinance Entitled "An Ordin- and any such claim or demandnot
team of Clewiston bowlers had game by more than a'two hundredpin ance Establishing The City Hall at a so filed shall be void.
Fifth Grade Carline Berner New- Location, Authorizing The Ren- ELBERT L STEWART,
little difficulty in defeating the margin with an 836 total and
Clifford Beatty, Kathryn Dyess, Kim tal of Certain Premises for said Purpose As administrator with the Will
Seybold Baking Company's teamon the City came back in the third and Making Provisions for City annexed, of the Estate of James
the Kolstad, Mary Jack Bussell, Doris Jail and Fire Engine House" W. Scott, deceased. j%'
West Palm Beach alleys on game to roll 850 pins the highest
Strickland Jane Huff .Lil ian- Gol- BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY First publication January 17., 1941.
Wednesday night of this week and team score.' This match was postponed den. COMMISSION OF THE CITY OI (4 times.) -

will play a return match here within from. Thursday night of
short time. Sixth Grade-Grace Ward, Jr.
a last week.
The highest score of the eveningwas In Tuesday night's games the Martinez' Harriet Alston, Mary; .'M NM M N.M N.NNH M.NNNNN i. .NM N N.N NN NN M NN.1..N,1NN....NN M.N.NNN.N N.N'.
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bowled by Griffin of the Clew- Commissary took three games II.
from the Engineers and the Mer- Gilbert' McCleod Louise Prewitt
iston team, a 208 and Von Mach's s' .
194 was next. In the second and chants took two out of three from Charles Benbow, Sammy Young. ) 0.1
the Office. In the latter Ninth Grade Marianne Jones. :
third games, after the locals be- Sugar y
match Von Mach rolled 532 total Tenth Grade-Elbert Hooker. X :y
came accustomed to the wooden, a t:
to increase his lead for indi- 1 Twelfth Grade-June Hooker
alleys they defeated the opposing -
vidual averages to 2.1 pins over his II Renee Wethington, Julia Oglesby
team more than a hundred pins '
each game. nearest opponent, Ed Ward. Dick Owen Doris. Hodges. 3 CLEWISTON 60LF I
The game scores were as follows: (Scores Next Week)
742-681 830-718 830-709. Indi- :
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for the entertainment of the annual Well exam's are over! And are .. COURSE .:.
were: Von Mach 157 194; Beach -" .:.
Postal Colony convention In Cler- we glad! Now we have time for ; \ ',' .t.
127 187; E: E. Kelly 132, 113; I
George, 176, 169 161; Ward 150 mot during the week ,of Feb. 16. something else besides exams. Valetine's :t;: /: f >: : *

167 179; Griffin, 208, Bell, 164, The meeting will be highlighted by Day will soon be here and .t ,;; I --. I :.

Wilson, 136. .. ,-*ICI:: i- I i'i! '"''II I- the presence of numerous that's something to think about I :::

-_,_ .. mental and postal dignit govern-I and maybe 'we shall have. a party., .; .
cluding U. S. Senator We all hope so! 1 t
Tigers And Tigerettes Meade, of New York.CjjooI .. The 7th and 8th grades both won X .
banners, "God Bless America," : ; ... ''
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selling booklets week before y
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the Clewiston Friday night Tigers of last and week Tigerettes both Here it is raining again and that last.grade Doris for Simmons Miami to- left live the'last seventh-week. I Open to the Public ] i is!

were defeated in two thrilling cage means we will close school at one Mary Carlisle is back with us

games at Pahokee the gills losing o'clock. Monday was, the beginning

23-13 and the' boys 15-13. of a new, semester or the second
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match the first half but '
through us it meant a chance to get to, A
in the final quarter Jordan and work and 'to do the things we have ._. r .?. ,

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commanding lead. Jordan with For the seniors it means!: that :we :i: STEAM IS NOT VISIBLE! X:i: .:.
12 points was high scorer and will be in this school only four A A -
Tucker was next with 11. Von and a half more months. We now ,!: What we see is steam that has + Iii

Mach had 6 for Clewiston and I realize that anything we have to ::: been condensed in the air into :x: :: Moderate Green Fee :_i:

Hooker four. '. *:* tiny globules of water again. *> :
,do we have to get done within j
The boys' game was slow but the the short period of time left. We :2\* Steam in itself is invisible :{: ::;:, f Exceptional Fairways :_i:

Pahokee capers put in several long are now working 'on a professional :1C; "Popular Fallacies"- A.S.E. :X: _
shots to make the difference in the guidance program. The Kiwanis 'j- Ackermann. Third Edition. +{ :=;: Interesting Greens :!:

score. Ogle and ,Murphy of the Club is promoting this program and *:* 2.Popular Questions An- '*:] i
Pahokee team tied for scoring hOn- .*. swered-Geo. W. Stimpson. .*.
we intend to really do something II'

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