The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00827
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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 21, 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
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
oclc - 33429955
notis - ACA5652
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System ID: UF00028415:00827
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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Here Wednesday


Roy Acuff and his Smoky Mountain -

Paul Bussey, local building con TU S. Boys, a feature for many' year: PRICE DURING WAR '
TUESDAY NITE tractor,. this week began the constru'ction on radio station WSM in Nashville -

of his own home which, is I will be in Clewiston nex ,

'located on Pasadena Avenue just 'Pi'rklnSOn's I Wednesday night to present thei: ;
I looted store Clarence R. Bitting,' president of
'I One of the biggest events of they north of Hendry County Motors. time during Tuesday show in the school auditorium the United States 'Sugar Corporation \

in Clewiston, the annual din The home will be of frame' con- here some I This program has been a favorite in talk made jhearmg
r night and stole the entire stock of a ,Saturday at a
ner given ,by Clarence R. Bitting;,, struction with a plastered interior guns-about ten rifles and shot-I' with many thousands of people for at Baton Rouge, Louisiana ',
except for ceilings which will be i years and it is certain that there< '
warned that mounting hazards ;
guns-approximate $250 worth
of United States Sugar y
with acoustical tile I will be a tremendous crowd hen
designed \ sh .rts, and a 'number may 'result in' rationing of sugar
Corporation for the key men and Floors will be of maple and a cigarettes, 30 for the performance. Proceedabove ;
of pairs of sh6es. and a sharp increase in its price..
department heads, will be held next spacious front porch will be screen.I' the cost of bringing the show
the' small t windows above I Mr. Bitting represented his com
One of
night at the Clewiston Inn ed. here will, go into the school treas-
I Tuesday The i the awning on the least side of the ury. Admission prices are 15c am : pany and Florida growers at the .
have five
will room
The members of the Board ol home $3,000.1 building was broken out. The 35c. I hearing held by the Department of
and will cost approximately
Directors of the: corporation are ex thief or thieves evidently used a Agriculture to determine the division '

pected to arrive this week-end and ladder to reach the awning, crawled I- of the year's marketing quota
Local Teams Win along the awning, through the Dick Hall Injured between the mainland sugar pro
Monday the -
spend touring corporation ducers of Florida and Louisiana.
'window and gained! access to! the j
properties and viewing the ac Both Games From dry goods department. There were When Laundry Truck "Mounting war hazards mean the ,j

complishments ,of the -past" year. On numerous fingerprints, which of- government must eventually ration "

'Tuesday the directors, will hold Moore Haven Here, ficers hope will prove positive meansof Goes Into Cana sugar and fix prices.' Both appearto 1

their usual meeting.In identification.A be inevitable because we depend
6f ammunition upon off-shore producers to fill
addition to. the members of Both the Tigers and the Tigerettes sev- H. R. (Dick) Hall is recuperating -
70 cent of the American con-
the din- eral fishing rbds and ,reels' were per
the organization attending local at his home from injuries re
had a gala evening on the "
sumption, Mr. Bitting said.
ner there will be a long list of basketball court Tuesday when they also included in the loot. The ceived Monday afternoon when the< .

guests consisting of prominent defeated the Moore, Haven teams,, shoes were all size 7 and the shirts Clewiston Laundry truck which he Much of the ,imported sugar ..:
size 14% the store was left in a comes from the Philippines, Ha-
business men of the area, indepen-, 'the Tigers winning by a score of ; 'was driving left the highway and
state of disarray,-the ,showcasesopen waii and Puerto Rico, and ship-
and prominent
dent cane growers 39-29 and the Tigerettes by a three- plunged into a, city. drainage cana
out-of-town guests including several 26-23. ; cash register open, and the near the Sugarland 'Service Station. ping costs from the Philippines '
state officials.. point margin, floor in the shoe department was; have doubled in the past 18 months :
Mr. Hall stated that there wer<
of 'J
Cason the spark-plug
was littered with boxes and pairs of he explained.'J
A tour of the properties has been offense and' scored 20 pointsof several cars in line and he attempted -
Tiger which had not
shoes, evidently "Possibly it won't bringsugar
arranged for those who wish to his, team's score, while Lee, to- pass a U. S. Sugar Corpora.
make it during the afternoon and Haven guard, accounted .'for fitted. tion pick-up truck driven by Willi costs up as much as 25 or 30 centsa
Moore On the sane night a futile at-
in the last World War
entertainment I[ pound as 1
'five o'clock his
at an 13 Bishop just as Bishop signalled ; ;
his team's
the of score, -
I l greatest
made to break into the
tempt was but it hardly would sell for less
program has been arranged at the The first part of the intention to make a left turn toward -
points. game window 'at the, Seminole, several -
rear than a dime a pound in the
Townsite Plantation Village recrea- was a,nip and tuck battle and the the A. C. L. freight depot "
tion hall. count was knotted at 15-15 at the blocks ,away. It was too late to stop' so Mr. Hal stores, he said. .
Sheriff W. T. Maddox, DeputyH.
The United States Sugar Corporation end of the half. During the final Constable I. S. attempted to pass and in doing 1)0: Mr. Bitting said present world
H. McCall and
Band will entertain guests at :half, however, the Tiger's, offense the and struck the left rear fender of the( conditions find the U. S. sugar
Bell are working on case,
the dinner and other ,entertainmentmay clicked better than at first and : small truck. Histruck was throw supply 'worseoff" than in 1918

be provided. The Inn dining permitted them to roll up the ten Sheriff J. J. Wiggins, of with Glades the out of control, lunged across the< for the reason that Cuba, comparatively ;
is also assisting
room is expected to be filled to point lead. county highway, struck a railway signpost safe and 'close by, has
investigation. nosed into the canal, lost part of its American marketto
capacity for the dinner 'which begins and over
The girls' game was also a thriller Alston's Drug store, across the ,
at eight 'o'clock. I' just taking off a' portion of the< the distant islands., '
and was tied at the half. Some street from Parkinson's, was rob-
bridge abutment rail. Mr. Bitting said Cuba probably
excellent defense work kept the there
bed several weeks ago,. and
t The canal had been pumped lov could supply within two years half
: Is visiting forwards from rolling upa has been a wave of similar robberies '
Tommy, Murray score in the second half; and the over the section this season. and the truck did not overturn. Hul the 2,000,000- tons we'd lost an-
Spooner and Glen Etherton were &t nually from the other islands.
Clewiston forwards were able to I
Injured In Accident I II hang onto the three-point lead until r the scene almost, immediately' tr I "But we've learned we just can't ::;

the' final whistle. try and extricate the driver but Mr depend on Cuba," he explained. '. \

.',' -., .Tommy 4 Murray---:---: A\suffered t The teams meet again next Tues- ALBERT STEPHENS IS Hall said that as soon as he coulc- "They held out during the World,

wrenched back and other 'I day night in the Mo.oxe': Haven gym catch his brcsth"bi .opened- the dooi "War and r...n. lou, ; sugar, prices. ;
nasium. and got out. He was then pulled They tried the same thing gain
bruises Tuesday night when the automobile TALKERAT
" I I'f [ INTERESTING onto the bridge and rushed to the j when war clouds got thick in 1939
which he was driving The girls line-up for Clewistonwas ,
hospital. but President Roosevelt suspendedthe
collided with another driven by i I : Von Mach,, Hooker and, Springer -
Clarence Bailey at the intersectionof I forwards, and ,Slater McDuffie KIWANIS, MEETINGAlbert Severe injuries were at first re- mainland" quotas then and held

Circle Drive and the highwaj- and Leiter, guards. Broadfoot, ported but the X-Ray and flouros- down prices.

In the car with Murray were R. 'M. I Redish and Trice were substitutes.For I cope showed no broken bones and Like all mainland producers, Mr.

Hare, Jr., Joe Foster and Jack the boys Knight and Cason R. Stephens, junior en- he was discharged from the hospital Bitting, long has advocated unre-

Adams who received slight bruises. I were the forwards, Mooneyhan, center gineer in charge ''of the 'work' of Thursday night. His plunge: I stricted domestic, production' to

r Bailey was uninjured Perry and Lang guards. the Soil Conservation service in .the against the steering wheel crumpled meet national demand as much as

Slonaker, Schiffli and Waters were it and this jar so strained the possible. '
l The accident occurred as oc- Everglades area, was guest 'speaker
ligaments and muscles' that it will
cupants of both cars were leaving subs. at the local Kiwanis Club's meeting
". a basketball game at the school Wednesday evening at 'the Inn., be sometime before he'will be his First Draftee IsRejected ,

:" grounds. Murray was driving an Vegetable Growers Mr. Stephens explained that soil normal active self. I

;. 1 old-style Ford car owned by Pete conservation in' the 'Glades' depended The truck was said to have been At Camp

:' Chagaris; when the impact came Here On Thursday primarily upon water controlin badly damaged.

: all four occupants were, thrown the area. No system of water -

r through the top .f the car' as it, control in the cultivated area of New Residence OnOsceola I I The Hendry County draft board',

i, overturned. About thirty members of the the 'Glades will be permanently received notice this morning ,of

I The Bailey car was damaged I Vegetable Growers Association, on effective, he said unless it is developed -I Street I II the first rejection of a draftee sentto

". considerably and the Ford which't a tour of the vegetable growingareas to control the run-off water an induction camp for a year of!

Murray was driving was practically "of Florida, spent some time in the vast uncultivated area I military training. This was Eddie

\, demolished. This was Murray's secf I in Clewiston Thursday with a south of the farming section 'on J. F. Tippey began construction I Ii I J. Taylor, colored, who was sent

t f ond accident in two months. Christ-, luncheon at "the Inn. Members of the lake shore. last week of a new bungalow on lot with Wallace Murray, also colored
l: mas week he was injured near the group, were from north and For this reason the soil con- 11 in block 202 for W. R. and on Saturday to Fort Benning, Ga.;

.P South Bay ,when" .a tire blew out central states. servation work is closely allied Etta Smith of West Palm Beach. as the county's quota for February.

L on the car he' was driving and it The delegation was conducted byJ. with fire control work' and the Soil The new home fronts on Osceola Cause of rejection was given as

"". crashed into a bridge rail. N. McBride, general agricultural Conservation service is working in Street and is adjacent to a house amputation of left thumb second

!,-" agent of the Seaboard Airline Rail- co-operation with the EvergladesFire recently built by the Clewiston and index fingers. An alternatewill

':: Scholarship Offered way. The tour was sponsored by Control board. At present, Realty and Development' Corpora- be sent to take his place at

the Vegetable Growers Associationof said, Mr. Stephens, the work has tion.

...- Miami America. consisted of drawing, up plans for The new home is to be of frame once.Hendry's white quota, for the February -

\ By University Following the luncheon the sugar I retention dikes to' impound the water construction with concrete foundation call will not go until March

corporation provided special guides of the vast uncultivated areas, ; and asbestos shingle roof.: The 3. ,,At that time nine whites are

r I (Special to The Clewiston News) to show them the sugar house, the and of surveying the area to determine exterior, finish will be of resawn scheduled to report at Camp

; Coral Gables, Feb. 20-Clewiston I I feed manufacturing 'plant and ac- where) these dikes shall be. eight inch siding' and the interior Blanding.
company them to the cattle fatten- built. All floors except -
-: high school seniors are eligible to will( be plastered.
z I'' compete for a- $100 Journalism I ing project at the old dairy west of ,The need, for these dikes is, seen on porches and in the kitchen Mrs. Sudie Smith
'scholarship at the 'University of town. in the fact that the run-off water are of oak. It will have' three large

Miami. Dr. B. F. Ashe, president of'' from this area fills the drainage bedrooms, living room, kitchen, dining Died In LaBelleHendry
canals to such an extent that they bath and a' sleeping I
the University, has announced. The New District For room,
first award will be made in June, are _unable to quickly carry off a porch on the southeast corner. A

and one scholarship will be, given ''Scouting PlannedW. heavy rainfall from the cultivatedarea front screened porch 7'xl8' is also ( County News)

,annually thereafter. said the speaker. He gave provided.A Mrs Sudie Smith died Thursday

Only two requirements have been figures to show that although there garage will be built in the rear it her home here' after suffering

set up: (1) Each student compet- C. Owen, chairman of the was little discharge from the canal 3f the home and a concrete driveway in attack of"flu., She had been in

ing in 1941 must receive' his diploma committee on Boy Scout activitiesof mouths at Lake Okeechobee, these provided to it from the street. ill health for several years. Funeral -

from a Florida high school the Clewiston American Legion same canals have heavy dischargeat Mo estimate of the cost of the service's were held Friday afternoon -

at midyear or in June, 1941; (2) Post advised the' News this their ocean mouths. The Miami home was given. at Carlson Memorial Methodist -
each competing student must plan week, that the new Scout executiveof canal had a 0 discharge at .:Lake Church with burial in Fort

to study journalism at the University the Sunniland Council, Fred L. Harbor .and, was at the same time Collide On Denaud) cemetery. The Rev. B. C.

of Miami. Both. boys and Treat of Bradenton, would be in discharging 1070 cubic feet per sec- Cars lussell officiated.

girls 'are eligible. Clewiston 'Monday evening for the ond at Miami. The Palm Peach Nite Mrs. Smith was a native of Fort

The award this year will be based purpose of meeting with those' interested canal not only was not dischargingwater Hiway Monday : (yers. She was a daughter of Mr.

on an original essay of from in Scouting from Moore into Lake Okeechobee, but and Mrs. J. W. Fraser, and celebratd -

1500 to 5000 words on the sub- Haven, Clewiston and LaBelle for was receiving 150 cubic feet per The J cars of J.V.. McMillan of her fifty-first birthday Decem- ,

ject "Obligations and Responsibilities the purpose of organizing a district second from the Lake, while it was Clewiston and C. J. Jackson (colored bel' 2nd. As Sudie Fraser she was
of Newspaper to Its Com- committee to operate in the I discharging 1440 cubic feet per of
a ) of Azucar were'' badly damaged married in 1912 to J. H. Smith
munity." Entries must be submitted two counties. I second at West Palm Beach. While Monday night in a collision which aBelle and they have lived here

before May 1 and will be I The meeting will be at a dinner the North New River canal discharged -] >ccured on the highway near the ver since. She was a member ofhe

judged by prominent Florida news- to be held at the Clewiston Inn at 125 cubic feet per secondat I J. S. Engineer warehouse. First Baptist Church.
papermen. six o'clock and it is desired thatit South Bay, it was discharging Survivors are her husband; three
Full information and contest be held promptly in< order that 839 cubic feet per second at Fort : Jackson, a member of the Choral the aughters, Mrs. Elsie' Prevatt of

entry blanks may be obtained from those present may attend .Jhe Courtof Lauderdale. These figures were Group, colored singers- from lewiston, Gladys and Marjorie
I of the U. S., Sugar Corporation -
Simon Hochberger, instructor in Honor to be held at the Clewis- 'given by Mr Stephens t'o show that plantations ,Smith of LaBelle; three sisters
journalism, University of Miami, ton Scout house at 7:30. I' low dikes to retain the water in.. ,' said that he tried unsuc- ''Mrs.: Ada Broadway, Mrs.: Julia
Coral Gables. Those members of the local the uncultivated area would per- sessfully to avoid the crash by getting illinger of Sarasota! Mrs. Eva

Lead and Ink, ,honorary journalism Scout committee and others who mit the canals to remove the water off the road as far as he could He 'rlerson of West Palm Beach;, two

fraternity at the Universityof : may be interested in attending the from the cultivated area rapidly against the right guard-rail. rothers, Francis Fraser of Sarasota -
Miami, is sponsoring the scholar- meeting should contact Mr. Owenat and the. run-off water from the wild o vas headed home following a practice and Johnny Fraser of LaBelle.
ship. once. (Continued on Page 8) of the choral group.



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. The $errroF z-11 wire, SUNDAY L

going to te. esson Smiles

Ism us now they sty LUNDQUIST. D. D.
J Dean P.f'o Bible Instituteof P R E EN
tnd so r Chicago. Lesser
look (Released by Western Newspaper Union.)
T't..ke. one good ztme : She was obviously annoyed when

U'\d .see. Notes of a Reporter to Washington, D. C. she returned from her shopping
A president His Editors Lesson for February 23 INDO-CHINESE BASES expedition. "John," she said to

S Public attention has been so close- her husband, "I've just found that
"Old troupe
When Acquaintance"
in embryo. b t;rt at 'Lesson subjects and Scripture texts se- ly riveted on the war in Europe and the woman next door has-a coat
\.' l<(hNr b played command performance lected and copyrighted by International upon the Lease-Lend debate that exactly the same as mine."
White House, understand Peggy Council of Religious Education: used by
r permission alarming developments in the Far John looked bank-
Wood left FDR practically speechless up from his ;
when she burst forth with: East have escaped almost, un ing account, which he had been I
"Please, Mr. Roosevelt, dear Mr. trying to balance. "Well, my

President, don't send our dear boys LESSON TEXT-Luke 18114. This is the fact that the Japanese dear," he said, "I suppose you'll

GOLDEN TEXT-Lord,teach us to pray. are now within definite strik- want td. "
over there to fight. I have two arms, me, buy you a new coat?
I have two legs, take me-but not -Luke 11:1.Imitations ing distance of Singapore and the "Yes," she replied, "it would be

WNU Service. our dear boys!" etc. Leon Hen- may be so clever as Dutch East Indies; and that Berlin cheaper than moving, wouldn't
has been urging Japan to become, "
derson may ease out of defense to cause us to marvel, but to the one it?
the in the south Pacificin
board-tired, ill I hear Nelson who knows the real thing, they are aggressor
order to divert American attention -
(Sears-Roebuck exec on same "just imitations." Particularly is WHAT PRICE?

Pull the Trigger on board) will eventually inherit Knud- that true in the realm of the spiritual. -: away from Europe.No .
knows better than the Ger-
sen's post.Intimates. Make-believe faith in God fools one .
Lazy Bowels and only the hypocrite and those who man foreign office that the Amer- I ((\ Q ClW I
ican skittish about hav- t (
of Camacho believe hE people are
know as little as he does of real Cam
would follow policy adopted ,ing two oceans-both Atlantic and
Comfort Stomach too any war Christianity.
hours Pacific-churned up at once. So
by U.S. within 24 Prayer, is undoubtedly the great- I

When constipation brings on acid indigestion Jolson not stalling, really ill. est privilege of the Christian, put- German attempts to persuade Japanto

,stomach upset,bloating,dizzy Peem's short-wave story about new ting him and his life in touch with focus American attention on the "That man is honest

spells,gas coated tongue,sour taste and British superplane (The Tornado) as the omnipotence of God. But it must Far East are nothing new. wouldn't steal so" he
a pin.
bad breath, your stomach is probably London Absolutely new, however, is the
BBC from
reported by appeared be real
prayer, not just some "I thought'much
"crying the blues" because your bowelsdon't never of the
fact that the in much
I Never Japanese are a
in last "Things
move. It,calls for LaxativeSennato exercise which masquerades under pin test. Try him with an um
pull the trigger on those lazy bowels, Knew 'Til Now" corm month be- the name of prayer. We combinethe more strategic position to take over brella!"

combined with Syrup Pepsin to save fore BBC confirmation. two parables of our lesson to the Malays and the 'Dutch East In-
your touchy stomach from further dis- dies-two regions vital to the supplyof I
contrast and
prevailing prayer pow- By All Means
tress.For years,many Doctors have used who claim England American tin and rubber.
pepsin:compounds as vehicles, or car- Appeasers erless prayer. An ambitious young man heardof
riers to make other medicines agreeableto can't win should read what Hitler I. Prevailing Prayer. For what the Japanese very quietly the death of the junior partnerof

your stomach. So be sure your laxa- wrote on that subject in Chapter XII The prayer which really lays hold have done is to occupy the power- a big firm. Being full of self-

tive contains Syrup Pepsin. Insist on of his book, viz: "The British nation upon God and brings results must ful French naval bases of Saigonand confidence, he hurried to the of-
Dr.Caldwell's Laxative Senna combined St. in French Indo-
with Syrup Pepsin.See how wonderfully can be counted upon to carry be the expression of a life,of prayer.It China.In Cap. Jacques fices of the firm, whose senior

the Laxative Senna wakes up lazy nerves through to victory any struggle thatit is no occasional effort brought partner was a friend of his fa
intestines to bring once enters no matter how gauging possible war in the
and muscles in your upon about ,by a great need or, a deep ther's.
welcome relief from constipation. And long such a struggle may last or sorrow. We must pray Pacific, one should remember that "How about my taking
the good old Syrup Pepsin makes this however'great the sacrifice that may distance is all-important. A Jap- yourpartner's
laxative so comfortable and easy on 1. Without Ceasing (v. 1). Jesus place? he asked.
the fleet the Pacificto
whatever anese cross
your stomach.' Even finicky'children be necessary, or had just been talking of the trying "Excellent!" said the senior

love the taste of this pleasant family means that have to employed; days which were to come (Luke attack the United States without partner. "If you can fix things
Laxative and all this the actual great risk, because of distance. Nor
laxative. Buy Dr. Caldwell's even though 17:26-30)). To stand fast for Christin with the undertaker."
Senna at your druggist today. Try one military equipment at hand may be could it have attacked Singapore,
laxative that comforts stomach,too. a day when almost all the influ- risk be-
your utterly inadequate when comparedwith previously, without grave Still
ences are against such faith, a man Feeling ,
the distance from there to
that of other nations. Long- cause
First Draftee-You know I feel
needs real prayer or he will surely ,
,In Silence winded soandso, .isn't he? faint. Japan is almost as great as from like I'd like to punch that hard-

Silence is the element in which To pray constantly is not Japan to Honolulu. boiled top sergeant in the nose
fashion themselves Hear afternoon N. Y. is Now however with the French
great ,things an paper sarily to be saying the neces-I again.

together; that, at length they may readying a new colyumist, not a professional prayer, but is the outreach of thei I Indo-Chinese naval bases in her pos- Second Draftee-Again?

emerge, full-formed and majestic, I writer "but a famous per life toward God, the setting of our : session, Japan is in a far better posi- First Draftee-Yes, I felt like it
into the daylight of Life, which sonality" as a circ builder. Startsin minds on things above. That we tion 'regarding Singapore and the yesterday.,8NWJBGfESYDON.

they are thenceforth to rule.Carlyle. March. Understand if is not D. Dutch East Indies than she wouldbe
'can and may do at all times and in
Thompson, who starts same time. 'all places. regarding California if she occu-

pied Hawaii.
2. With Assurance (vv. 2-9). If
Radio key men have been confer- 'It still will not be' a walkaway'for'
an unjust judge will respond justto
ring secretly in Washington on the Japan to take these British and may affect the Heart
FOR HEAD escape the constant plea of, a Gu trapped In the stomach or gullet may act like a
part'radio will play in maintaining Dutch possessions, because they are hair-trigger on tho heart. At tho first sign of distress
widow, we may rest assured that smart men and women depend on Bcll-ans Tablets to
public contact-in case we are actively well fortified. However, the job is let gas free. No laxative: but made of tbo fastcst-
God who is looks
just and upon acting medicines known for acid ,
indigestion. If the
dur- easier.
i Even
COLDS involved in a war. now about' 50 cent
His people in loving-kindness will per FIRST DOSE! doesn't prove Bell-ana better return
ing possible bombardments Strategy which U. S. naval experts bottle to U3 and receive DOUBLE Money Back. 25c.
fail He
not to respond to their plea.
Just2 drops Pcn- .,. .,, rush out The Nazis have a neat method of expect Japan to follow: is to
"Call unto and I will
me, an-
Nose Dropswillinstandystarc
etro trying to, win favor with U. S. radio begin the attack,at the moment Hit- Courage and Faith
dogging miseries swer thee, and show thee great and I
you on the' open- commentators abroad. They classify mighty things, which thou knowest ler begins his long expected inva- There is a courage which is

ofcoldwstayuffoutedrush" in vitalizin, them as heavy laborers-for ration not" "(Jer. 33:3): sion of England. only another name for,faith. Manya

card reasons. This entitles themto battle is ''lost before the soldier
air. 3. In Humility (vv. ;13, 14). We
mRememberfreehealing: two pounds of meat instead of 'MADE IN JAPAN'Recently leaves his tent. The first step to
to God not demand but to
come ,
and easy breathing one. P. S. It doesn't work. in a test of equipmentat victory is to believe that the battle
the blood of Jesus
takes the kick out of head colds- humbly plead
down these colds an army airfield, four parachute 'need not be lost at all.-Hugh
helps cut the time hangon. Christ. That was what the publicandid. '
So, for extra, added freedom from There is talk of increasing the When he said, "Lord, be merciful flares were, shot from the ground. Black.
colds this wincer-head off head colds' draft period to two years. They opened beautifully, but only
misery with genuine Pcnetro Nose Drops. Ye ed salutes Homer Price for this he used the word "propitiated -
three ignited. The was a
which refers to the seaton
form of 'criticism People, he mercy
which the blood Several soldiers dashed out to sal-
was sprinkled asa
says, who claim the home town the They are sel- ATGOOD ,
AgreeableProf. propitiation for sin (see, Exod. vage parachute. r f

Bjorn-Mr. Dzudi, what is paper doesn't print all the news W. 25:17, 18, 21; Heb. 9:5; Lev. 16:5): ). dom recovered, because being madeof DRUGSTORES x "
should be it doesn't-W.! "
your idea of civilization? glad Such a plea brought salvation to the'' paper they usually burn up in the LARGE '?V '

Dzudi-It's a good idea, Prof., repentant sinner.II. flare when they reach the ground. pOrrtE s ,

and I think somebody ought to Notes of an Innocent Powerless Prayer.We The failure of the dud flare to ignite a.rw 51.20 ", l

Start it.THIN. BystanderThe saved this one. Y a I
use the word prayer here in

Wireless: P'raps they don't the broad sense, for strictly speak- But on retrieving it, imagine thesoldiers'

settle many problems on the American ing there is no such thing as prayer surprise to find on the

WOMEN Forum, but they get them out in, without power. Men call it prayer, 'chute the interesting" little stamp, :

LOOK TOO OLD the air and provide a lot of listen- but it accomplishes nothing because "Made in Japan.
The salvaged flare was one of a lot
able brawling. The back alley tan- it is offered
Women needing the Vitamin B Com of 3,000 purchased several months
plex and Iron of Vinol to stimulate gle between Morris Ernst and Cong. 1. In Self-sufficiency (vv. 9, 11).
appetite will see what a difference a Starnes a recent Sunday could be a ,Those who trust "in themselves"will ago from an Ohio company. Ord- Join- in Hand
few lovely pounds make in filling out officials admit knew the
nance they Then join in hand, brave Ameri-
sell-out at the Garden. The way"to
those hollows and skinny limbs. Get naturally do what the Phariseedid
pleasant tasting Vinol handle 5th Columnists was the ; he "prayed with himself." "He 'chutes of the flares were importedfrom cans all!

AT YOUR DRUG STORE temper trigger Raymond G.' had an intellectual conviction, but Japan, but assert they were By uniting we stand, by dividingwe
forced to them because at that
use fall.
Swing asked why, if Hitler has 36- that does not make a contact with
One Science a Genius 000 planes, he didn't pour them at God. Hell is full intellectual con time no U. S. firm made the arti -John Dickinson.

One science only will one geniusfit Britain when the conditions for it viction. God? Oh, yes., But he was cles. They say they have now

so vast is art, so narrow human We he hints eat- stopped the .use of Japanese 'chutesin
were good. are, so occupied with himself he could

wit.-Pope. ing too many Nazi figures without not from himself" (Mor- .new flares. TO -{
,get away sQUARTERMASTER \\ : O. :
C' L' D' S
salt It was hard" to get workedup gan). CAMPS .. \S. OF'

over "Rebecca, even with R. 2. With Boastful Pride (vv. 9, 11,
}B lLA' CgltjM'rA 1Nr S: Here is good news for some lucky sclc
L : Colman, I. Lupino and Judith Anderson '12)). Despising others, the Pharisee quickty

in excellent jobs. England has boasted of his own fine -characterand draftees! LIQUID'
much for to Within a few weeks, the army will TABLETS
taken anybody
for- too lately good works.: "God resisteth 6 6 i SALVE
announce the establishment of two
about man's love storms. > NOSE DROPS .
ttATE care one the proud, but giveth grace unto DROPS .
placement to train likely se COUCH
The tear jerks were too pro-blitz; the humble" (James 4:6)). It is proper camps

1 ,,0 PERFORMANCE Jas. Thurber makes a discovery that a man,should live uprightly, lectees for the Quartermaster corps.
First of their kind since the last WNU-7 8-41
reveal how
about quizzes. They but if it only makes him selfrighteous -
o CONDITION much the contestants ,don't know, it becomes a barrier between war, they will be located at Camp
Lee, Virginia, and Fort Frances E. Everlasting BeautyA
aroMx which is colossal. him and God (Luke 18:14).
% HEALTHDrop I Warren, Wyoming. thing of beauty will never
ortai o
ce 3. For the Sake of Publicity (v.
I with into .
auto nothingness.Keats.Help
experience as pass
The Front Pages: Lots of the anti-
11, cf. v. 13). While the publican mechanics electricians black-
FDR dailies are making it tough for ,
hung his head and stood' afar off to
smiths, truckers, machinists, painters ,
future historians. The same jour-
Blacfcmon's: Lick-A-Brick in the offer his prayer, the Pharisee apparently radiator repairmen sheet met- h J'
feed trough. Stock do the rest. No nals that exalted Willkie up to Nov. took a prominent place and U7
drenching. No dosing. Animals al workers, storage battery experts,
5 are calling him A Thing now Be-
keep la spoke with a loud voice. Jesus described -
healthy working condition
tire repairers, tool makers, upholsterers -
he doesn't if licking Hit-
Nature's way. cause care that kind of prayers in Mat-
and welders will stand the
"STOCK LICK IT-STOCK ler is,a party matter or a matter for ,
thew 6:5 just putting on a pub-
: as
best chance of getting assigned to Them Cleanse the Blood
SOLD The Berlin
by leading Southern Dealers humanity journalsare "
"stunt. When had
licity men
of Harmful Waste
ONE PRICE 25c easier him of his these camps for a threemonthcourse
on than some
II there is no Dealer near you,write them pray, the transaction was fin- in army buying, maintenanceand Your kidneys are constantly filtering
direct toBLACKMAN t ,old supporters Ray Clappersays ished. They had. not been in touch waste matter from the blood stream.But
consistent transportation methods. kidneys sometimes lag in their workdonot
STOCK events are not ,
MEDICINE CO. with God at all. s act as Nature intended-fail to remove -
Chattanooga Tenn. "therefore why should I be consistent impurities that, if retained, may ,
The result of the two is
prayers .
the the whole
? Some people once they adoptan poison system and upset
so well described by Dr. J. Camp- body machinery.
Meanwhile, isolationist frontof
idea it in the and
bury ground backache,
Symptoms may be nagging
that his
bell quote
Morgan we
go on the rest of their lives defend- the strongly pacifistic Women's persistent headache,attacks of dizziness,

:..................... ing it, without ever re-examining ,it words; International League for Peace and under getting the up eyes nights a, feeling swelling of, puffiness nervous
"Two men at prayer.' One, elo- Freedom is cracking.Miss anxiety and loss of pep and strength.
to see whether time and the ele-
: TEACHING A CHILD : ments have caused it to decay intoa quently, in phrases circling round Emily Balch, one of the revered order Other are signs sometimes of kidney burning or bladder, scanty dis-or,

: VALUE OF PENNIES : worthless handful of dust. In that his own personality with which he founders of the organization, too frequent urination.
The oth- There should be no doubt that prompt
was pre-eminently pleased. has 'tendered her resignation from
A child of a wise mother will be j way you can always be consistentand treatment Is wiser than neglect. Use
.j taught from early childhood to become often wrong." A columnistin er, hating his sin, and grasping out the executive board because she disapproves Doan't Pill Doal '. have been winningnew
.f a regular reader of the advertisements.Inthatwaybetterperhaps- after the infinite and tender com- of the anti-British aid friends for more than forty years.
Hawaii observed "I' have writ- .
: They have a nation-wide reputation.Are
passion of God to operate for him. stand of Miss Dorothy Detzer, secre- recommended by grateful people the
., than in any other can the child betaughtthegreatvalueofpenniesand ten many lines that have been sto
len. By numerous radio gag writ- The man who justified him- tary of the league and one of the country over. Ask your neighbor!

.. the permanent benefit which comes ers solemn. But then, it Is com- self remained unjustified. The man most effective lobbyists in Washington. -

from making every penny count. .. forting to know. That somebody who ,sought the compassion of God Miss Balch strongly favors "all-

...................... really reads this column went back to his house justified." out" aid to Britain.




Mary Was Looking for .

1 ilousehoki News Another Way Out! ASK ME A Quiz With AnswersANOTHER

? Offering Information -
The housewife was showing her .
new maid through the upstairs on. Various Subjects : :.'

.1 I rooms. Finally, they came to a '4- I' \
staircase leading down.
"Now, Mary," said the house- The Questions The Answers ; .. ._

wife, stepping on to the landing, 1. Who fixed the mean length of 1. Julius Caesar. -. ','
"when you wish to pass down to the year at 365% days and decreed 2. Thirty per cent. <.,
the garden, go down this that every fourth 3. James '
way. year Wilson, who was sec- .,<.
At that moment she slipped, and should have 366 days? retary of agriculture from 1897 to .:'-;

l :"ft t4 % @r& &: < ftC"t; :%'.,W. "Thf 'fff.: ll.{ @&@*lSEl was precipitated to the bottom. 2. How much of the world's rail- 1913. ; ..:,
I' "Good gracious' ; mum!" gaspedthe way mileage is in the United 4. Army records show that 528,- -
I maid, "Arc ye hurt?" States? 274 regulars and volunteers fought '.r-
"No; it's nothing," came the reply 3. Who holds the record for the in the Revolutionary war. .' ". "fl::
as the dishevelled mistressrose longest cabinet service? !i
.,' 5. Three Presidents-John Adams ; <1\\
to her feet. 4. How large was the Continental Thomas Jefferson and .....f

"Then ye've got down it fine, army in the Revolutionary war? James Monroe. .....
mum!" declared the girl. "But if 5. How many Presidents died on 6. The farthest distance ever

that's the way I've got to'go down, July 4? traveled by any starfish is .
ap- ;
the job's too strenuous for me!" 6. Does the, starfish travel far? proximately 5,000 feet. "

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CHEST SEEM NARROWWALL MAKES SPACE-* r T I I added an exciting color note to order, today, from your grocer.Psi .
the plain painted walls. The chestof
'''is>>IfiY r f:;;,ta ,rn.r: .,:rs fwfvYff x c 2' 4td 4Y. t '<,og AND FULL SKIRTED drawers in the upper sketch
ANGLES AND 1 ll was moved to another part of the r
ACCENT WIDTH > room, and the long spacious dress-
ing table was built into the space I.

between the closets. The top of :
hi THE ANSWER TO A HOSTESS' PRAYER. the table and stool and the frameof '

J( (See Recipes Below) the mirror were enameled por- I'

celain blue which was one of the
TAKE A PEEK AT YOUR PASTRY ents lightly with a fork: the flour, colors in the wallpaper border.

remaining Vz cup sugar, baking Dotted swiss skirts were fastenedon
:Many a cook who shines' brightly powder, salt, and the egg and sprin- the inside of the finishing
at cake-baking sadly admits that kle over apple mixture. Place in a j boards across the front of theta-
she doesn't have moderately hot oven ((375 degrees ble and around the stool with snap

the knack of making Fahrenheit)' and bake for approxi WHAT) could be a greater lux- fastener tape-one side tacked to

flaky, melt-in- mately 30 minutes. ury than two extra closets in the wood and the other sewn to 0

0 the-mouth pastry. Individual Chess Pies. your bedroom! That is exactly the skirt tops.

She feels that it (Makes 7 tarts) what a young friend of mine PorkandBEANSModesty
.. is something she Vz butter thought. But, :when they were NOTE: Directions for making three
can't help, like cup built in, she was painfully con- types of dressing tables are illustrated in .
:&:.:: the color of: her 1 cup sugar scious of their angles and the room booklet No. 1 of the series which Mrs. .
Spears has prepared for our readers.
eyes or her hair. egg yolks seemed much narrower. This Details for making the frilled lampshades

But a careful look 1 whole egg sketch shows you how the feelingof illustrated today are in No.5, Esteemed ... .
at her pie crust 1 cup raisins (coarsely chopped) width 'was restored and the which also contains a description of the. He who does not think too much ;'.:'
series. Each booklet illustrates 32 homemaking
through a magnifying glass or microscope Vz. cup nuts (coarsely chopped) angles were made to melt away.A projects and may be ordered direct of himself is much more esteemed '.,::
often gives a clue as to 2 tablespoons lemon juice wallpaper border all the way from Mrs. Spears by sending her than he 'imagines.-Goethe. .;.':;
what is the matter. 3 your name and address'with lOc in coin l."
whites around the
,egg room helped to soften '
for each number requested. Send order
Flaky pastry iS'made up of many, % teaspoon salt down the angles of the closets also

many thin layers of' dough separated 6 tablespoons sugar I I HANDY 1Icme UJe t JARS I I'' i
by long, thin air pockets'or spaces MRS.. RUTH WYETII SPEARS
formed when the layers of fat and Cream butter until soft and light.. Drawer 10 MOLNEANDWHITE ,?
flour are separated by steam during Add sugar gradually, creaming. until TIPS Bedford Dills New York ,
the baking. mixture is fluffy. .-=-_ to Enclose 20 cents for Books 1 and 5. '-f.''

Fart of this flakiness depends I Beat together egg J 1 ) Name _...............!................ ,.,

upon the manner in which the fat yolks and whole =\ Gardeners Address ...........eo................ As the Foe Wishes ." j
is cut into the flour and part upon egg with rotary h' r ) Enemies carry a report in form .:.
the handling of the dough. If a beater. Blendwith ) different from the original.- '::
part of the fat is rubbed in with the creamed mixture Plautus. t .,)i
fingers or a pastry blender, until it and then add raisins, walnuts, and GARDENS.'FOR DEFENSE Opposite Poles "

is in very small particles and is lemon juice. Place mixture in top of THE home gardener has an im- .- '
evenly distributed throughout all of double boiler and cook over boiling portant'. place in our The North and South poles not DISCOMFORTS .
the flour; and if the remainder of water, stirring constantly until thick, 'of national defense, a much program more only-vary in geology, temperatureand "f .rrii- ci iii MENTHOLATUM : .. ::;- ;
the fat is cut in so that it is in about 25 to 30 minutes. important role than he played dur- plant and animal life, but also $1gil ju Quicklyffebeves '!

fairly large pieces about the size When filling has thickened fill individual ing the first World war. in the'number of hours of daylightand STUFFINESS SNIFFLING ;,'..,u,

of navy beans or peas, then the I baked pastry shells (3% In the face of these facts, gar- darkness in every year. At SNEEZING ,:
crust has an excellent chance of be- inches in diameter across top). Beat deners are advised to do two the North pole, the sun is above

ing both tender and flaky. The large egg whites until foamy, then add things: Plan ,to devote increased the horizon 186 days and below it >i!
pieces of fat separate ,the flour into salt and sugar gradually, and continue I space to vegetable gardening; and I 179 days, thus making the "day" :
layers, while the small particlestend beating until meringue will perfect Iplans for the. 1941 gardenso seven days longer than the ,,';!)1 1
to make the dough more stand in stiff points. Place tarts in as to get the greatest possible "night." At the South pole, the Uncommon Sense ,:,)
tender. moderate oven (350 degrees Fahren- yield from the available opposite exists, "night"being seven -,I Common sense is not so corny
If all the fat is distributed in heit) for about 10 minutes or until stepping up yield from space.In days longer than "day." mon.-Voltaire. -',}
small particles the crust is apt to lightly browned. vegetable .,' ,
of limited
gardens size two
I be "crumbly" rather than Make "
flaky. pastry using one cup flour
major devices should be relied on,
for tart shells. : !;
fl Orange Meringue Pie.
first, companion cropping the
:; 1 cup sugar Horn o' Plenty Pie. planting of fast-growing crops like For the color and beauty ', ':.< 1 1YOlt've

: 5 tablespoons cornstarch (Makes 2 9-inch pies) radishes, spinach, and lettuce be- .
1, :J/4 teaspoon salt 1 '9-ounce package mincemeat tween rows of slowergrowingvegetables always wanted <-' :'

1 tablespoon shredded orange peel IVz cups water like tomatoes, and cab- :

f: 2 cups orange juice 3 tablespoons sugar bage. F i Buy them from your local dealer t : ';
f 3 egg yolks 1 cup canned pumpkin Second, succession croppingthe -

;: 1 tablespoon butter % teaspoon salt repeated planting of major ; ,;
I' 2 tablespoons lemon juice 1 teaspoon ginger crops such as beans, sweet corn,
I: Orange Vz teaspoon cloves radishes, carrots, beets, and let- :
pastry pie shell
3 whites 2 teaspoons cinnamon tuce. Moderate-size, new plant- ,!
i egg '
3 eggs ings made at regular' intervals
J 6 tablespoons sugar 1 15-ounce can condensed milk during the early part of the season .. ...1I
} 1 orange Vz cup water will provide a steady supply of As Is Enough to whom God has given, with spar y

: Mix sugar, cornstarch and salt, Break mincemeat into pieces, fresh vegetables until the season'send. Those who seek for much are I ing hand, as much as is enough. "'
add orange peel and juice and cook waterIand left in want of much. Happy is he -Horace. : ;
I 1 in double boiler until thickened, : -1,

i about 15 minutes. Add beaten egg .:.tj
yolks and cook 2 minutes. Remove t-
from heat and add butter and lemon THE SMOKE '
juice. Cool. Pour into 9-inch

:!j i Orange meringue stiff with Pastry, made pie of shell.egg whites Cover beaten with- EXTRA MILDNESS, EXTRA COOLNESS, EXTRA FLAVOR L 3!

I sugar. Brown in moderate ..,
oven (325 degrees Fahrenheit)

I for of pie about with 15 minutes.sections Decorate top blendthoroughly., Pour into unbaked and c !
orange. 9-inch pie shells. Bake in hot oven AND > S ,
Peel fruit with
sharp knife, remov- SWELL TO GET THAT ,
degrees Fahrenheit "
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membrane down reduce temperature to moder- ,,, S EXTRAMILDNESS : -
to juicy meat. Cut out % I :: \
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ate (350 degrees Fahrenheit) and ti v j
dividing membrane
and lift out bake about 35 minutes longer IN A SMOKE AS TASTY !-d
section. by section. or un- b .
I til filling is set. AS A CAMEL. THERE'S"NOTHING .
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Deep Dish Apple Pie. Toasted Coconut-Butterscotch Pie. : .-;..:,
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sugar -i
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; 2 cups apples (sliced thin) Vt teaspoon salt LE S5NICOTINE ,:; ;
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: cup % cup cold milk
;) % cup raisins 2 egg yolks !
% cup orange juice 2J/4 cups scalded milk ;
j' 1 teaspoon orange rind (grated) 1 teaspoon vanilla extract / c :
: J j 1 teaspoon cinnamon Coconut .
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PAGE FOUR : JL riri8TOf. NEWS FRIDAY FEBRUARY, !,.'11>41, --<

10:40 a. m.-12:02 p. m.-Dedicated Mrs. M. M. Prewitt and Mrs.- J. H. REV. ARTHUR P. VAUGHN been coming to" West' Palm Beach'

The Clewiston News two munitions factories, chrIs- Doty.A TO PREACH SUNDAY for more than 40 years.

tended four new warships and accepted silver offering of $4.12" was .
ie gallery was presented to the
27 statues of myself. received, which Is to be sent the
published every Friday In Clewlston Rev. Arthur P. Vaughn of Fort citizens of West Palm Beach by
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS 12:04-1:40 p. m.-Lunched frug- extension fund' of the state and Myers will fill the pulpit at the Ralph H. Norton and' his wife, of
Inc. caviar pate de foi gras, four federal of Parents and
ally on congress Sunday morning service at the Chicago. The collection Is housedin
bayonets, a gallon of sparkling Burgundy Teachers.The .
Community Church. Everyone Is a beautiful building adorned with
KEATIILEY BOWDCtf., Editor and a marijuana uniform.cigarette. third grade received the cordially Invited to attend. sculptures. Paintings range from

1:42 m.-Changed dollar prize for parents' attendance. examples of' early primitive trend
1:45 m.-5:36 p.
second class malt matter p. through the conservative express-
as broad- Art School Dedicated
February I, 1927, at the Post Office in sriefly: over world-wide radio MRS. BLANCHE TURNER ions of Reynolds, ,Rommey and
Clewlston Florida, under the. Act. of: cast, outlining the modest' ambitionsand
March 3, 1897.Subvcriptlon peaceful intentions of our: HOSTESS,.... TO, BRIDGE: CLUB' In West Palm 'Beach Gainsborough. down: to' the more
--=-- :- modern impressions of the Amer-
glorious state. .- I The Evening Club met ican school.
note ':00 Per Year.Advertising 5:38 p. m.Changed uniform. Bridge
On Application. 5:40-6:40 p. m.-:-Posed for Wednesday with Mrs. Blanche Turner. West Palm Beach, Feb. 19 The gallery and art school represents -
Rates graphs reviewing field Photo-I Mrs. Harry' Turner won first I (FNS-The formal dedication of the fulfillment of a desire

Baltic fleet, pitching hay, kissing prize and Mrs. R. C. Wilson sec- I. the Norton Gallery and School of of many years standing by Its don-

Devoted to advancement and wel baby and congratulating a widow ond prize. Each received a'kit, of Art here last week marked a distinct or and answers an urgent need for

fare of Clewiston and Hendry County. on losing her 11 sons in defense of I Revlon manicure aids. contribution to the cultural such an institution in this part. of

our ideals in 'Spain. Parfait ,and coffee were served assets of Florida by a man who has (Southern Florida.

Changed uniform. 1 I by the hostess to Mrs. Harry Turner -
6:42: m. ------------------- -- -------------------
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:..:..: : : : : : : : : : : : : : :. : : : : : : 7:00-8:20 m. Dined frugally Mrs. W. H. .Lanier, Mrs. Camp-
p. . .-. .
I on roast ham, roast beef, roast mut- I bell Nail, Mrs. B. J. Schroeder, Miss\ :C;::*.-.NNNNNMNNNNNNN:. . .; . .*'*.M.M:M.N.M.-.**.M.NNMNI:.N.M.-.......NNNNM. ..........N..ti.NNNN. ..NNM. :NNt. .4% I

ton, roast goose! roast hand gre- Mae Palmer, Mrs. R. C. Nowling, ':. .t..t. I
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nades, two gallons of amontilladoand Mrs. Roy Alston and Mrs. R. C. : *;> I IY I

By B. B. a marijuana cigarette. Wilson. h
822 p. m.=Changed uniforms

.:..;..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..) :..:..:"" ,,:, 8:24-8:30 P. m.-Signed state I MRS NIRLACK IS HOSTESS AT Y f I
8:32 p. m.-Changed- uniform. .
Hall and 1
Dick I
Well, we guess "An- Y
have had a good! 8:34-9:30 p. Mrs: J. Grady Niblack entertainedher .:.
Tommy Murray I
With theVind" hY
Adverse, "Gone Y
time up there in the hospital I "thony II bridge club Friday afternoon hY
"Mein Kampf.
\ and h
talking over their automobile acct m.-Pinned medals on ,at her apartment in the Hopkins .:.
dents. But heaven help the doctors 9:32'p. i Building. Mrs. Richard Knight .:' ) .:.
and went to bed. Move ( w0.L THE .:.
and nurses-with the two of them I pajamas |won first prize and Mrs. Clarence'j .0:" hY
over, God-Harold! D. Jacobs y MMK MEN
in one room. News-Press. Nielsen second prize. !! ,r tog TMs! hY
Santa Barbara (Calif.) h
I Individual
cherry tarts with
Why is it, we can have days and HOLDS VALENTINE whipped cream and coffee were Y..
days of perfect sunshiny weather, CLASS served by' Mrs. Niblack to Mrs. .. i
but when a really big party or im- PAnTY AT WARD HOME I Knight, Mrs. Nielsen, Mrs. R. N. y

portant event is scheduled, the Smith, :Mrs. Earl Smith, Mrs. MilesH.

weather turns up ,cloudy if not The WillIng Workers Class of Thomas, Mrs. Keith Hartsfieldand Y. ,

rainy and cold. .. the Community Sunday School helda of. Mrs. Carl Johnson. 'y: OH FEBR11AIty 2 Z Yt
Valentine party at home Y

reportingis one of its members, Grace Ward, y'.. ,
of picturesque ..
members .. i
imaginary page Friday evening. Each of the .? ..
the following HERE NEXT WEEK .:.
fro-m the "diary of a dictator": brought an unmarked pictureof jJ.J,. .:.

7:12 a. 'm.-My: bugler awoke me contest herself was as held a small'to identify baby, and each a j The Clewiston Garden Club will i; i : \' fl r m :.?:,

with a beautiful rendition of the'all Jo Ann Crouch have as its guest speakers next }
of the pictures.
"Attack!" How inspiring won the prize for correctly naming Thursday afternoon, Mr. and Mrs. +: (Explanation on Page. Eight) .;:

Discovered I had again torn a large fifteen. George Kingsley. of: Canal Point. y y
eleven of the
hole in the mattress with one of The tdpic for discussion is the X X

any spurs. I. M. Pafford, a former in teacherof Jack- growing of amaryllis, and Mr. and =. Teach your children to save 'and throughout :::.
the class now
7:22 a. m.-Had some difficultyin visitor. Mrs. Kingsley ,have had a great 3. s.
deciding which uniform 'I should sonville, was a welcomed deal of experience 'with all varietiesof life they'll thank for it. $1.00
Mrs. A. O. Ward, assisted by Mrs.C. you =i:
wear to breakfast. Finally, chose ..individual amaryllis. The meeting is at s
E. Berner served
that of a general of a. poison gas Valentine the Inn. :;: account. Systematic savings ::
heart-shaped cakes, opens'an ,
with mask ''
division, complete, gas
to Jean I II II : :
candies and ice cream
and trench helmet. Must add two NE'3nD GRADE TEACHER y 'y
: mirrors I could Augur, Mary Louise Thomas, Shir- ... ::: plus, regular earnings,. grow rapidly. :::
more full-length ; I ---- : :
Owen, Harriet and Carol Al- .. ..
view of my medals ley Mrs Edith Dilley who recently h h
not: get a proper .
ston, Mary Lou Liles, 'Pat Bailey, 'st' S1wni1mw1L1 .
from the left side. Jane Sharp, Sally Graham, Jo Ann moved to Clewiston' from Green- .. .:.
7:31 a. m.-Breakfasted frugallyon ville, Penn, is the new: teacher in h h
Crouch, Carline Berner, June and h' h
hot house strawberries, breast of the third grade of the Clewiston
Christine 'Espenlaub, Louise Pre- + ; f
:guinea hen under glass, two sabers, witt and Grace Ward. school. Mrs. Dilley holds a Pennsylvania -\ y ; vI

'a handful of shrapnel, a gallon ,of state teachers' license.

champagne and a marijuana ciga- JUNIOR G. A'S. ENJOY WEINER- Miss Evelyn Bell, of. Arcadia, s.
rette. Ordered two waiters shot.( who was under contract for the position -I
to goosestep
for failing this year", resigned Friday f
e '. ''
_j, afternoon to."accept a position in :
The G.:.' AX; of\he' Bapstist V
.7:5 8 a.- "m;=Changed unifoim ;Juniorrl Washington, D. C.: Mrs. Dilley be- x.

B:00-8:43 a. m.jRead: the morn- Church enjoyed a'weiiier:E.;roast. E. gan h'e-r. duties Monday morning. .%.**M'*N****'M'*.**M5.+*1M>***'M>*.**#*****..:N:-:..:..:-:N:..:..:..:N:..:..:-:..:..:..:M-:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:..:..:..:..:N:N:-:..:N:-:
ing papers from all parts of my at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Xt

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editorial commenting on the charcoal fire on the open porch I : 'r2t
opinion '"
well-being of the state and the I supper and games were enjoyed- .?.;. .. -- I ....
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there. I!
benignity 8:45 of m.-Changed my uniform. I Those attending' were Mary Jack Y.t =i=:i=
; a. '
8:46 a. m.-Received the ambassador Busseil, Kathryn Dyess, Joyce\ Phillips *i *! #
Y.i. : ENJOY ANALL ::::
I Norma Bus- "
of Great Britain. Reassured :::::. xx
"him that the territorial integrity of sell, Carolyn Robinson, Betty Lou A A XX

Czechoslovakia, Australia, NorthSyssex Emerich, Ruth Emerich Margie : & ; \ 8

and Piccadilly would be re- Allen, Wanda Shelfer, Joan''WalkI ;: ELECTRIC .. i "i'
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er, Betty Dixon; Shirley Krueger, : : \'/.f, \ ,
spected. : Wilma Tingle, Nadine and Mary ::} 'j' : f ,:. ;i :j.. ; :i: :
S:47 a. in.-Changed uniform. 1 :!::: = :; : / :; ". /"/

sador 3:48 of a. m.France.;-Received Reassured the ambas him Fay Andrews. .11 \-: : k, HOME: : ::/ ": : J'' i i

that the territorial integrity of P.-T. .A. FOUNDERS' DAY .C ; .4Bmr. ., '".. **
Czechoslovakia, Morocco, Normandy PROGRAM AT' SCHOOL TUESDAY '.
and the Arc de Triomphe would tr ?
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be lespected.. A program honoring the foundersof ....?.. I '
8:49) : -Changed uniform I the national Congress of Par- _
a. I
S50 a. m.-: Received the ambassador -; ent and Teachers was given at the : :.::!.: @ Electricity is the modern servant; a servant that :: :

of the United States. Reassured meeting of the Clewiston of the A:*:
. monthly :::: takes care of both the work and 'the "pleasures .t Y
: integrity auditorium
him that the territorial P.-T. A. at the school ? XX

of Czechoslovakia, Vermont I Tuesday afternoon. :i::: home and one that will do everything quickly, efficiently 'YYA:;.t:;.

and Kalamazoo would be respected. :Mrs R. H, Knight, president, .:..:.

'S:51 a. m.-Changed unifoim.rg 'i.!!presided at the meeting. Centering :::: I and economically. **

:5 2-9:21 a. m.-Received assorted !i the table was a tall candle with ... 't".t'
ministers. Re- various colors, represent- will 26 crunchy slices of toast or :t: ::
ambassadors and jb nd> cf :::::: One penny toast I
all that the terri- of the :Members : I
assured of them ing i the aims congress. ttH
torial integrity of various and sun- each with a"' colored candle, i t give your eyes two hours of safe reading light or operate : !:

dry geographical areas' would be lighted them 'at the center candle,, | t* and- ELECTRICITY is
radio for most of day-
,respected. '!explaining the significance of that :::A: your a ttH

5:22 a. m.-Changed uniform. r[portion of the P.-T. A. aims. Those :!::|*Y t* one thing that gets cheaper the more of it that you use. :::I I.i' =

9:23 a.. m.-Called in my "ministers I taking part in the ceremony were : .++

of war, navy, aerial forces, i Mrs Harry Vaughn, the candle of ';'-
:;::;: '
.:. i S That is why it is to have and enjoy a home
propaganda, civilian bombing, apol-? ;! health, Mrs. O. A. Jones, the : :: so easy

fogies, personal aggrandizement candle of happiness, Mrs. E. C. **:
I j :_::;: that is'all electric and modern.
'medals, uniforms, internment and Mills, the candle of learning, Mrs. ..:.
'colonization Ordered them to pre- I W. W. Perry, the candle of universal -j. s 1 I
pare for immediate occupation and I good will, Mrs. J. J, Graham, : .

absorption of Czechoslovakia, Australia the candle of loyalty, Mrs. R.: N. .y...:. :&:

North Sussex, Piccadilly, "Smith, the candle of well-spent :::
Morocco, Normandy: the Arc de (leisure, and Mrs. A. R. Broadfoot, :_i:s:. .,> ELECTRICITY IS YOUR CHEAPEST SERV- ?!

'Triomphe, Vermont, Kalamazoo and { the white candle representing character '.:"..:. H

'all way stations. now ready on II the fusion of all the elements .**..''. ., ',_

track Oop\ Wrong announce- :::>;: .' ANT-USE IT EXTRAVAGANTLY. 1

ment. As the name of each of the past B '. ::::
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10:02 a. m.-Changed uniform. presidents of the local P.-T. A. was I '.t.t' 4*

10:03 a.. m.-Dictated a .telegramto read, Mrs. Knight placed a rosebud I 's V.:. .. XX .
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the League of Nations, urging I in a vase in 'recognition of their .:..:. ". ?.r.:: *: *

that everything possible be done lo: '\work in the progress: of the local 'i"...;.'. ,',"f' **

bring about universal and lasting. group. The past presidents, thus 'i"; :' ''i'. AUP" '.. : ..
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:peace. honored, were Mrs. H. F. Wood- I ........ ,.''",', -.,- ." : :
10:04 a. m.-Changed uniform. ward, who was named the first

10:05 a. m.-Ordered 4,647 Jews, president at the organization meet- ;\

'2,136 Catholics, 11 bankers, 4 drug' Ing on March 16th, 1928; Mrs. C. li1-\ Glades Power and Light Co. 1i'I

clerks, 2 'street sweepers and 344 A. Jackson, Mrs. Bert Tubbs, Mrs.

suspected spies shot. Directed a R. Y. Patterson, Mrs. Cleo Houze,, ::::::
newspaper editor be kept In solitary Mrs. B.-A. Bourne Mrs. J. A, Mc-,I ++ h
'confinement without food or water Gehee, Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mrs.G. 'vy -
"s' fA
'for 99 years because he' failed to O. Wallace, Mrs. H. R. Hall, vv

'spell my name'in all capital letters. Mrs.. Grover Poole, Mrs, '\ Harry n- s'Y'1. -

Schweinhund! Vaughn, Mrs., W C. ,Prewitt, Mrs. t : .... .... ..-......:.: : : : : : : : : : :":":":":5,. ":5.:N.N:mTIm : : :":":":":":":":":".:":.; :...".:.".....;....? .".:..:..:..:..:.".:.".:.".:.".:.".:.".:.".:.".:.".:.i"-... ::.
10:22 a.: 'm.-Changed uniform. E, W. Digges, Mrs. .R. T. Mitchell,,,, : fe: :.:....:...:?:..:..:..gm: : : .:....:...::.:..:.....mmm ........................... ...........-................., .'( . ;. . . . . ).: .



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FRIDAY, -- --

Dr. J. H. Spicer of Cumberland; STEWART HOME IS SCENE' OP 'X'. ,Patterson, Mrs. Harry T.. Vaughn. given Mrs. R. N. Smith for first ,

Md., arrived Sunday for; a. visit SPRING TEA YESTERDAY Mrs. H. A. Bestor and Mrs. M. M. prize, Mrs. W..", D... King won the

with the I. D. Leydig family. Dr. '" Prewitt, all of whom. wore formal, cut prize. :.:
r' Personals l Spicer is 'the father of Misses Betty dresses. Cherry pie and coffee ..
I '. The lovely tea given by 'Mrs. El- were served ,.;!
and Roberta Spicer. bert L. Stewart and Mrs., O. F. The refreshments carried out a by the hostess to Mrs: Smith, ,: ) '

: Schiffli at the home of Mrs. Stew patriotic theme;, pinwheel sand Mrs. King, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mrs. : .

Mrs. Glen Etherton returned art yesterday afternoon was one of wiches with red and blue filling, T. B., Shelley, Mrs. Dave, .Alston, :,

-- Mr. and Mrs. R.. Y. Patterson I are Monday from a week's, visit with the largest parties of ,the season. beaten biscuit, cakes decorated Mrs. W. H. Lanier, Mrs. G. B. ;.;t
I '
in Miami ',on business today. \ her mother, Mrs. F. R. Maxwell, in Many beautiful flower arrange- I with red cherries, colored mints Thomas, Mrs. Carl Johnson .and Mrs.. ,,I .
Miami. Van Bush and Miss Mar- ments adorned the spacious living- and nuts were tserved with tea and Keathley Bowden. ','

Mrs. E.\ E. Kelly and Mrs. Campbell garet Jensen accompanied her home room, dining room and hallways ,of coffee. .

E. Nail were:',visitors ,in ,West and returned to Miami Tuesday. the home.! Mrs._ ,Stewart greeted: '-On.e',.huxf'dred- and twenty guests Glaell 'Scientifically :Broken Leasesi .
called during the afternoon. Fitted and, Repaired ,DuplicatedDR.
her formal afternoon
Palm,Beach Monday.J. guests a
Mrs. George F. Sharp has returned frock of white' lace, with which F D. GUDBAUR .

I been confined to her liome in the Inn she wore a corsage of blue delphin SHOWER FOR, MRS. EZELLE AT, Optometrist _
E. Beardsley has I I
: apartments after a stay of several ium. Mrs., Schiffli's dress' was a WEDNESDAY BRIDGE CLUB Ph ne 108 5 Collier Arcade
to his home this week with an
tack of flu. at-I I weeks in Orlando, during which floor-length rose crepe and her Successor.Fort ;Myer to K. Florida H. Oakley

time she underwent an operation flowers were purple and ,rose asters.In The Wednesday afternoon Bridge

in. the Orange General Hospital. Club, meeting at the home of Mrs.L. '.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Mark' Wilcox and the living room were arrange '
C. Miller
gave a surprise stork
Mr. and, Mrs. Frank' Bayless of I ments of sweet peas, Queen Anne's
Louis Morrison of shower for Mrs. J. W. Ezelle at '
Mr. and Mrs.
Miami spent the week-end in lace, candytuft, gerbera, callas HOMEOWNERS
the close of card .
Albany, N. Y., spent a few days playing.Mrs.
Clewiston with Joel, Wilcox. I gladioli and asters.
here visiting their brother and sist- White tapers ,burned in holders Miller used a patriotic
er-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. J. Fred i on tables and mantel and the (I I theme for her party appointments.A .
,Mrs. J. F. Morrison, Mr.
Mr. and Morrison.: They left for Miami to I red, white and blue bag was :
draperies 'were drawn across1 the 'r
and Mrs. E. C. Mills, Gene and
while before returning
I Bob Mills attended the Fair in Fort spend a short windows, making the candlelight ,

i II, Myers Thursday evening.: ', to Albany. the only illumination. A two-piece FOR -RENT-Small' furnished apart-
East Coast hotel
,I orchestra from an
i G. T. Augur, who was recently played soft music in this room !| ment. F. L. Williamson. tf.MECHANICAL I 'I

Mr. and Mrs. Grover C. Sherrodand transferred ,by the U.. 'S.: Engineers throughout the afternoon.The I- j
J. N. Franz of Washington,
to, the Jacksonville ,office, came II
D. C., spent several days here this dining-room was resplendentin
the week-end for Mrs.
silver and white. The table
week business. was
on Augur ,and their daughters, Jean I ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN'SMaps
with lace cloth and
a ,
and Carol, who returned. with him I
Mrs. W. B. Farrow of Savannah, I to reside in Jacksonville. centered with a silver bowl holding Estimates' YOU DON'T "

Ga., is here for a visit with her white asters and baby breath. Low I JOHN H. DOTY

daughter Mrs. L. C. Rosenberg, I bowls of white sweet peas were at Consultant
Louis Letter of Jacksonville spent I Engineering NEED CASH FOR YOUR
each side of the table. The room
and Mr. Rosenberg.I the week-end in Clewiston with his Hopkins Bldg. Clewiston, Fla. I
with white and
was lighted tapers
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. I. REPAIRS
parents, the other bouquets were white or REMODELING
L. R. Oliphant spent the week- Wiandt. Louis enlisted in the
flowers in silver containers. Presid-
end here with his daughter, Mrs. army a few weeks ago and is now i'!
ing at the silver services were Mrs.
R. C. Wilson, and Mr. Wilson, returning secretary in the quartermastercorps
Jay W. Moran, who wore heavenlyblue BETTER BISCUIT! BETTER
to his home in. Marietta, at the Jacksonville army air
chiffon and lace, and Mrs. DELAY
Ga., Monday.Dr. base. Malcolm W. Bigg who was dressedin CAKE! TRY ME NOW N' ()

rose lace. Assisting on the floor FOR GOODNESS SAKE! RED TAPE
O. H. Nihart, of
and Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. iDuff of were Mrs. Win. C. Owen, Mrs. R..
Edon, Ohio, and, Mr. and Mrs. Ray [
Waukegon, Ill., brought their mo- r 1 ,
of Camden, Michigan, 1 '
Thompson .I i
ther, Mrs. J. T. Duff of 'Mt. Pulaski,
were recent overnight, guests"of for visit with J. COUSE I -cf:
Ill., here this week a Hilo j Ii
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Hanna. i II BishopWilsonLumber
her son, F. D. Duff and Mrs. Duff. aSI
Counselor and Attorney at law I I I
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Duff continued
Mrs. A. R. ,Broadfoot and Mrs. Hopkins Building Co.
on to Miami and Key West I
Wednesdays and Saturdays : !
A. W. Lawrence were in Pahokee and will stop here for a visit on
Monday evening attending a special their return. 0:30 to 4:00 1f CLEWISTON, FLA,

meeting of the Pahokee chapter, II I BAK1II&o

Order of Eastern Star. f I
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Waldron of

Charlotte, N. C., spent, Wednesdayhere CLEWISTOXTINNING
Mrs. Lee Johnson left Sunday for !
with Mr. Waldron's neice, i
her home in Lansing, Michigan,
Mrs. A. L. Hackett and Mr. Hac-
after three weeks' visit' with her t Anything in Plumbing Fixtures
a I /FREE. Send for nne book-
kett. Mrs. Florence Waldron of .
sister-in-law, Mrs. A. R. Broad- Prompt, Efficient Service let containing dozens of
Hendersonville, N: C., accompaniedher bright ideas to improre
foot, and family. son and wife and will remain PETER CHRISTENSEN, Mgr. .tt.plto.pltafoe your Rumford biking: .. .Addreii: 'I
I Baking Powder I
here for a visit with her grand- cfoubfocfing Box N.Rumford R..L I II

Mr. and Mrs. :Keith Harts'field'l 1'daughter, Mrs., Hackett.. ," I --- -

Nancy Hartsfield and Mrs. E. .
-- '
Minder spent Sunday in Miami with
Mr. Minder, who was there on'I I' Mrs.. E. T. Craig, Mrs. ,R. S.

Brown and Mrs, J. W. Futchs, Jr., .

business. of, Wilmington, N. C., spent several '

." # _days over the? week-end: !kwith.: Mrs. AU :Gar.s&e: u.yelf'Frefer J Ce:..) ut
Mr. and" Mrs W111Iah 'T hnson W./'H. Lanier..' "'''rhe''three visitorsare _

and baby daughter of Canal Point sisters, and with the exceptionof '_ _.. ._ : rnO' m.J: _,." m' .._ p' _.._ ..' ,
spent Sunday here with Mrs. John-
Mrs. Craig have returned to
son's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Wilmington. Mrs. Craig is in Mi- '

Graham. t ami and will return to' Clewistonto

visit Mrs. Lanier again before "THE U.S.1\.PltKS\ CHEVROLET"

I,. Mr. and Mrs: Newbold Noyes of going home. :

Washington, D., C., left for their

home Monday after a ten-day visit CARD OF THANKS

here. Mr. Noyes is connected with S f''' 'ft'1' '" 'ip'Tir' 'If 'Jit' '"" fiii''TTT'' % :' *'' ''T iritj""
j I I II
the Washington Evening Star.
: We wish to express our sincere w I tylinoiornoadActionMthliconoiny I I I I I ( lor I '1 Low 1 trice

thanks gratitude to our' many .- """ "' *""
for ; .-. : : ; .-.. Igfe'Vfi i X' .7"T"
Mr. and

as their guests over the week-end floral offerings during the ; .

Mrs. Grahams' father, J. W. Ville-illness and death of our beloved

neuve and her sister; Mrs. Ella wife and mother,. Mary, .Lucille Mar-
Zinkand of Hollywood. kette.:

Thomas Aubrey Markette :l- ? K'9 5sr->

Mr. and Mrs. A. 0.' Ward, Grace Th', nt-s Edward .'Markette SX-

Ward, Mr. and Mrs. Olin, Waters Mary Kathryn Markette. v /"**'

and Jimmy Waters and Bob Logan 1 < *S-

were visitors in Fort Myers yester:

day. i. I Johnson's Fish Camp ?rt,: r:. 'y'" !' 41v ;

(Near Hurricane Gate)) lrYi-
Mrs. B. E. ,Nail; Sr., and her f. ': J,' i.Cb,4 i4jS'} Yf.l. N. \Q ; }pi ''
Clewiston, Fla. % ,,,. '
mother, Mrs. Barrington, were call I f Ya! .}?i:rYi, 4 rr ?1 p { '
Boats and 1\1otors-GJlide Service
ed to Bradenton last Friday by the r pa
Rates Reasonable !
death of their sister and daughter,I :- v
W. H. Johnson; Mgr.
,Mrs. J. M. Taylor.
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It wasn't until my third day at New Treatment Scents for He-Meu
Toklutna that I had a chance to hu-

manize the cell-like baldness of my After a heavy snowstorm in New

room., i Effective for York crowds gathered at the entrance -
L itttheBY Miss O'Connell helped me do the I t
Y to a certain perfume house.
!PP decorating. And this same Katie The
Face reason was soon clear, for
O'Connell proved herself the one girlI NeuralgiaBy instead of melting the4ce in frontof

W.N.U. Service i liked in that new valley of loneli- the store with rock salt the janitor -
ness. She had Irish gray eyes, a ; had used rejected bath 'salts.
THE STORY SO FAR sense of humor, and a frame like a DR. JAMES W. BARTON In[ this and other
Carol Coburn Is Alaska born, the daughter to the north and of course a good deal man's. She was, r discovered, real- (Released by Western Newspaper Union.) American manufacturers many ways
"bush rat" who about themselves. It Is a dark night on the of per-
of Klondike Coburn a ly a graduate nurse and should have
died with an uncstablihscd mining claim. deck of a ship and they chat quite freely. worn a uniform. But she bowed to I HAVE seen an operation to fume are trying to attract custom,

Carol is returning north to teach In an There Is no doubt that a touch of romance the law of the frontier and dressed give the patient relief from especially that of men, whom they
school.Aboard enraptures the pair. say are notoriously perfume shy.
Carol tells of her througha that muscular body of hers in man- the terrible pain in the face'
ship she Is annoyed by Eric (the working way A large riding academy shampoos
Red) Ericson an agitator. She Is rescuedby university and of a trip to Europe as nish-looking flannel shirts and khaki called tic doloreux or trifacial their horses with perfumed soap
companion of a rich man's daughter. "That breeches and high-laced hunting
a young engineer. neuralgia. I have which leaves an exotic, pleasant
that had come was a break be says. boots.At .
They,talk of the changes iTODAY'S fragrance which customers like.
Toklutna she plainly found never forgotten it
But for real he-men perfume sell-
plenty to do. For of the thirty-seven and greatly wondered -
"It all me spoke it,was in an oddly altered HEALTH ers have perfumes like the smellof
"It was, I agreed. was children in our school three had tubercular at the timeif
old leather burnt gunpowder
rather wonderful. But it made me voice. ,
neck glands, two had con- COLUMN
feel like a deserter. And it was "It's a small world, isn't it?" genital hip disease, and another doz- there was any and wood smoke, to remind themof

too good to last. Just when I was I didn't, at the moment, see much en either ear trouble or ominous pain severe the

telling myself I had about every- point to that observation. chest coughs. 'They were the off- enough to require such an extensive -

could ask for I got a let- "I was beginning to feel it was .,
thing one spring of the once stalwart Eskimo operation. r"oem.SPDcllcate........
ter from Alaska, nearly seven an oppressively big one, I said as and the noble red man of the North, of injectionsof field.iJO'
months old." I stared out over the lonely 'hills. proving how merciless the hand of Fortunately the use ..
various substances often gives relief -
"How long," he asked, "will you \ .
"Telling you what? mercy could sometimes be. Our civ- that
for months and years so ;; ;;
"Telling me my father had been be at Toklutna? ilization, plainly, hadn't done much _' :J .
fewer of operations are now ( I '
these .
,found dead on the open trail, I "For at least a year, I told him. for those misfits. We thought we'd

answered, doing my best to be casu- "But why do you ask?" been helping ,them, but all we did performed.What ad-
al about it. "He'd been found there, "Because I think I'll be seeingyou was take away their stamina and appears to be' a great

frozen to death, between his Chaki- ," he said, without the slightest pauperize them. We left them so vance in the treatment of this severe MOTHER
face neuralgia reported -
tana claim and Trail-End Camp. trace of levity. improvident they came to regard it in the Jour- give "

His grub bag was empty. Two of as foolish to go out and fish and
nal of the American YOUR child
his dogs had died and the others CHAPTER II hunt and trap.

must have left him in the night. I So they let the white man bask in ; Medical Associ- same expert care used when
of that lonely It wasn't until the crowding and ation by two physi-
can't help thinking the glory of the white man's I bur-
grave between the hills when you confusion of our shore stop at Cor- den. They gave up and wallowed in cians, Drs. Henry
Dorsook and M. Y.
talk about the uselessness, of the dova that I saw Sidney Lander shiftlessness and loafed about in yo < QUTUPLSCATCH

sourdough." again. Then I caught sight of himon rags,and mated and reproduced and Kremers, and G.a den- I
tist Dr. C. Wig-
"I'm sorry," said my companion, the dock, stooping over a wire- passed their ill-begotten offspringover '
of Pasadena
with a quick note of contrition. He covered crate. He 'let out a long- to Toklutna to feed and clothe gins COLD

stood beside me, for a full minuteof haired sheep dog which disdainedthe and make into good little Ameri- Calif. 'I''
silence. ""Where was your father's chop bone held out in fron of it. cans. kL Observing the relief -

claim ,on Chakitana?" "This is Sandy," he said as he Miss Teetzel, I soon discovered, A given by vita- At the first sign of a chest cold-the
mm m, ln neuritis Quintuplets' throats and chests are
"That's what I've got to find out," stroked the dog's nose." "There'sjust did her best to keep the native girlsin Dr. Barton_ and arthritis, and in rubbed with Children's Mild Mustcrole
I told him. "But it seems to be Sandy and me.. the school from talking with the less -a product made to promptly relieve
somewhere along the Three-Finger "I'm flying in to the: Chakitana," old women of the outside settlement.For an attempt to something the DISTRESS of children's colds and
severe;: than operation, they decidedto resulting bronchial and
he said. "But Sandy doesn't like croupy
Range between the Cranberry and these verminous old squaws hada
use vitamin Bl in a number of Relief usually comes quickly because
Blackwater Pass. Father see, air travel. I could feel his eyes on lot of tribal superstitions they triedto '
you cases of the doloreux.: Husterole is :MORE than an ordinary
was just an old-fashioned sourdough.He pass _on to the youngsters. Ac- The treatment be divided into "salve." It helps break up local con-
was always brooding about some cording to Miss O'Connellthey madea may gestion. As Musterole is used on the
two parts: (1)) active treatment, and Quints be
you may sure you are using
final strike that was going to make practice of not letting their first- (2)) change in the diet with the ad- just about the BEST product made.

him a millionaire. An'd'he', alwaysfelt born children live, especially the dition of certain foods. The active Also in Regular and Extra Strength for
there was a fortune in that Copper River Indians who believed into those preferring a stronger product.
treatment consists of injections
mine of his it that if their first little lasted CHILDREN'S
; once was opened up. papoose the veins daily of thiamin chloride
It his secret. And he only until he eight nine d
was huggedit was or .
(vitamin Bl). In about"25 per cent
from"'me.' months old his father went
tight, even, -
of the cases, liver extract was also
"But ,the important point is, did the Happy Hunting Grounds. injected because the patients did not

he establish his claim?" Katie O'Connell, in fact was on respond satisfactorily to the vitamin DHLD

"I'm afraid not," I had to admit. the warpath because of an Indian Bl, alone.

He leaned closer, as.though tryingto couple who sneaked over into the Low Starch Diet. Man Is Affected

decipher my face in the starlight."I Matanuska Valley with their seven-. Histories make men wise; poets,
don't know months-old baby, ostensibly on a The diet' treatment consists of-a witty; the mathematics, subtile;
even your name,
he reminded me.Name's hunting trip. But if they came back high vitamin, low starch diet, and natural philosophy, deep; morals,

without that papoose, grim-eyed in some cases 1 ounce daily, of rice, grave; logic and rhetoric., able to
like that didn'tseem
on a night
'polishings were given by mouth.
nurse proclaimed, she was going to contend.-Bacon.
to much. We
up have them locked, up ,for life. There were 58 patients,treated, of
between the stars, I wanted to tell
him, where time and titles didn'tcount But Sidney Lander was right. Ihadn't I which 37 were markedly improved,

: much to work on at Toklutna.The I 115 improved, three slightly improved W H| CHOICE OF MILLIONS "W
little slant-eyed Eskimos I' and three not improved.
"Who are you? ,I found myself !
asking, foolishly! glad because of his found were both brighter and mer tor. W. J. McCormick, Tortonto, STfST.JOSEPPftl)

nearness.He rier-minded than the Siwash chil- relieves cases of
didn't answer me at once. And III dren. They all seemed fond of'music of vitamin Bl. Dr. ASPIRIN

in that moment of silence I sum- Instead of answering me he led though, especially the march points out that it is the inability of WORLD'S LARGEST i--" '

moned up courage to reach for the me toward the gangplank.my music Katie and I pounded out on the oxygen to reach these nerves JJl\t\ .SELLER!!. *J t/Jl\\l/ \

forgotten flashlight., Then I pressedthe the old school organ. So the two of that causes the, pain. Vitamin Bl

button and framed his stooping face. "You go on to Seward, us ,concluded that a little dancing enables the oxygen to penetrate the

head in a sudden shaft of light.I .- of course?" might brighten up the emptiness of fat or covering of the nerve and Unite We Must
"Then in to Toklutna," I said. their' evenings. We tried putting give relief. We must all hang together or
gulped as the light fell on his
"It would be funny, wouldn't it, if them through an old-fashioned It might be well for all who have ,assuredly we shall all hang sep-
face. That face and
was strong
bronzed and touched with a quiet we found ourselves on the same trail square dance or two. And just when painful joints, muscles or nerves to ara tely.Benjamin Franklin.
there?" he said. the fun was at its highest Miss eat more foods containing vitaminBl.
audacity that went well with his big
"What does that mean?" I asked, Teetzel appeared and looked me Some foods rich in vitamin B1:
frame. But I had seen it before, in
an altogether different setting. For when the Yukon's warning whistle over with that sardonic eye of hers. are whole, wheat bread, brewers' GRAY HAIRS

this was the mackintoshed man who gave me .a chance to speak again. "I'm afraid," she observed, "that yeast, peanuts, beef liver, almonds,

had stood in the rain with a blonde Instead of answering me he led me you're a trifle too modern for us." bacon and ham.. Lea's Do you Hair like Preparation them? If not it Is get guaranteed a bottle of to

and blue-eyed girl in his arms before toward the gangplank over which I had to swallow it, of course. But make your gray hairs a color so close before to the
natural color the color they were
the Yukon pulled out from the the last of the passengers were after that we were restricted to X-Ray ExaminationFor turning gray,;or the color of your hair that

Seattle wharf. He had been so ab- crowding aboard. The smile faded group-singing and saluting the flag has friends not can't turned tell gray the difference that you or or your your

sorbed in that last clasp that he almost from his face as he. stood there, with and a handful of dolorous old hymns Tuberculosis 'money refunded. It doesn't make any dif-

missed getting aboard. my hand in his. He neither spokenor which my Siwash charges translated so ference simple what to:use-Just color your massage hair Is a few and drops it is

The memory of that scene promptly said good-by. But his eyes, she into a pagan chant of woe. -- upon the scalp for a few days per direc-

chilled and steadied me. An ice looked down at me, did things' As I quartered back ,across the WHEN we were examining for tions Your like druggist thousands has are Lea's doing.Hair Preparation -

wall as wide as the Columbia Gla- to my heart action. For my wom- schoolyard, after stopping a fight be- war and the recruit was or can secure a bottle for you, or a
bottle of Lea's Hair Prep-
cier seemed to drift in between us. an's instinct told me that some- tween two of my little redskin war- of average weight or near average regular aration will be sent you, postage paid by
"I thing was stirring deep in that bear riors (based on a 'can of tinned cow weight for his build and no tuber- us, upon receipt of one dollar cash. P. O.
don't'suppose it makes much order or stamps. (Sent COD 12c
difference," he said out of that silence cave of silence. Those eyes, I felt, stolen from the kitchen), I bumpedinto culosis could be detected by the money eXtra). '
were saying something that his lips Doctor Ruddock, who'looked us usual methods-striking the chest LEA'S TONIC CO., INC.Tampa Fla
my name is Lander, Sid- Box 2055 -
ney Lander." seemed afraid to put into words. over once a week. He stopped, with with the fingers to learn the sound,

All the way to Resurrection Bay, his,black bag in his hand, and rather or listening with the stethoscope to
"No, it doesn't make much difference in fact, I felt oddly alone in the solemnly looked me over. get breathing sounds-the recruit Star GazersNo

," I heard myself saying world. It seemed less and less like "You're not very happy here," was considered to have sound lungs. one sees what is before his

an oddly thinned voice. going home. he said. "How'd you like a whackat An editorial in the Canadian-Medi 'feet:' we all gaze at the stars.-

"Why?" he demanded, consciousof Yet I knew, once we reached a school over at Wasilla?" cal Association Journal states that Cicero.

that remoter note. Seward, that I was back on the My first impulse was to tell him "there is no need to extol the valueof

"We'll probably never see each frontier. that I didn't believe in running away the X-ray in the physical examination -

other again" I said with a limping' But when I found myself face to from things. But I said, instead,' of the lungs. To those

enough effort at indifference. face with that solemn big schopl- that I was waiting for rather an important who spend any time in the tubercu-

"But I think we will," he cor- house surrounded by a straggle of report from the Record Of- losis institutions it is only too evident -
ouao"Cap i
rected with unexpected mnity. cabins that made it look like a mother fice at Juneau.He that by the routine methods of Brush"AppGceor

My hand, resting on the rail, could hen surrounded by her chicks, no glanced at the shabby old bar- "sounding" and "listening" one is JUST A v makes"BUICKLEAF 40"

feel his bigger hand close over it. sense of high adventure reposed in racks that overshadowed us. apt to miss much. In other words, DASH IN FEATHERST>GQ MUOI FARTHER

"Hasn't Eric the Red.done enoughof I my arrival. "Well, if they crowd you too hard no matter what methods are used,

that?" I asked in an adequately It 'was Miss Teetzel ,who spoiled here, let me know. I can pull a the examination of the chest for mil-

frosted voice. everything. For Miss Teetzel, the string or two, when you're ready. itary purposes should be carried out

The man who called himself Sid- school head, proved to be a some- And that Matanuska Valley, if I by the X-ray.

ney Lander promptly lifted his hand what dehydrated spinster with an don't miss my guess, is going to be What would be gained? An enor-

away. eye like a bald-headed eagle's anda very much on the, map." mous sum of money would be saved

"But I still want to know your I jaw like a lemon squeezer. l' The memory of that message the country by preventing the en- "All the Traffic

name," he quietly reminded me. "I could see her disapproving glancego didn't stay with me as .long as it trance into the army of those; whose

think you owe me that much." over my person, from my gray might have. For on my way to my unfitness is not detected by the or-

I laughed, and stood silent a mo- tweed cap with its rather cocky Ty- room ,'Katie O'Connell handed me a dinary or routine methods. The X- Would Bear"O

ment. rolean''feather to my frivolous suede letter from Sidney Lander. It had ray should become an "ordinary"

"My: name's Carol, Coburn," I pumps., I plainly didn't/fit in with come out from Chakitana by air- method.If .

finally admitted, "free, white and her idea of what a teacher should be.I plane and had been mailed at Fair- then, the army is consideringthe

twenty-one, and heading back to the didn't much mind being con- banks. The writer of that letter use of the X-rays as an "ordi There was a time in America

icebound hills of her birth." signed to the' smallest and meanest said that I had been very much in nary" method of the examination of: when there were no set prices. ,rEach

"Coburn?" he repeated. And his room in the big old building. But I his thoughts. But the comfortinglittle the lungs, what about the rest of us?

voice impressed me as almost a couldn't overlook the spirit of hostil- glow a message'like that could When there is a tired feeling, loss merchant charged what

startled one."Carel ity with which I was ushered into bring 'just under one's floating ribs of weight, persistent cough with or he thought "the traffic would

Koyukuk Coburn," I announced my far-north mission. Fdr that spirit was cut short by the further mes- without an afternoon rise in temperature to
bear. Advertising came
"with the Koyukuk usually expressed itself, once I'd unpacked sage that the sooner I could marshalall it would be good sense to stop

suppressed." in the,first task with which data and documents in connec- taking cough medicines and tonics the rescue of the consumer.It .

"What was your father's name?" Miss Teetzel-confronted me. It was tion with my father's Chakitana and ask your physician about the led the way 'to the estab-
"His real name," I said, "was to take charge of the washing from claim the more definite it would X-ray examination of the chest. It

Kenneth Coburn" But back on the the children's ward. And it was make Lander's course of action in is not expensive to one regularly lished prices you pay when .

creeks he was known as Klondike rather a septic mess to get clean, the immediate future. "The Trum- employed and is free in most com- you buy anything today.

Coburn." even with the power machine which bull outfit and I are parting company munities to those who are not em-

That brought silence between us Miss O'Connell showed me how to ," it concluded.TO ployed.

again. And when the man beside I operate. ( BE CONTINUED)



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i I Wilson .................... 157 126 Brantley Check CaseIs I judging of fruits and ''vegetables.
Affiliates Warm Up I I Shelley .................... 99 98 [bool jew Results of 'this contest have not yet 4-

Ward ................__..." 147 171 188 Nolle Prossed been announced.The .
To Bowl Second Crochet .................... 190 150 EIGHTH GRADE XEWS boys stayed at the' Y. M. C.
TOTAL ................ 742 787 739 By Marilyn Davis A. camp Friday night and spent
High Game Total U. S. Engineers ,_ (Hendry County News) Well, we had our Valentine party Saturday at the Fair enjoying the

Thomas ..................156 131 125 I Judge George W. Whitehurst and did we have fun? We sang many exhibits and the large Mid.
of the Hartsfield .....:.......128 123 Tuesday evening nolle prossed the songs and laughed at our valentines way. Every boy thoroughly enjoyed -
The biggest bowling upset Ki- Clark .....................141 141 178 case against I. L. Brantley of Mary: Carlisle and Lawrence himself and plans to go again
week was the defeat of Miller ..................... 122 134 Crescent City accused of passingbad Guthrie gave out the valentines. ,next year. ,The group made the
wanis Club by the Affiliated Office ol R. Smith ................158 '146 174 checks.. Brantley was charged After the party we went on with trip from Fort Myers on a Lee
team last night, two games out D. Smith ..........;..... 141 85 with giving 2 checks amounting to our daily lessons. County school bus.
three and in one of these games TOTAL ................ 705 682 696 $79 last February to the Clewiston I We had a class party Wednes- .Local members making the trip
the Affiliates were going so ol Fish Company, owned and operated ,day night. Mrs. Turk and Mrs. I were Robert Taylor, Jim Davis,
that they lacked only one pin total Clewiston MotorsE. by Mr. and Mrs. Joe Griffin, in I Oliver chaperoned us on a weiner' Elbert' Hooker, Robert Hodges,

reaching the tournament high improved E. Kelly..........141 145 138 payment of two loads- of fish. roast on the ridge. Boy! Did we Phillip McLeod, Charles Turner,
of 850 pins. The team has few- Collier .................... 96 128 117 When the checks came back from have a good time! Our class en- Martin ,Waldron, Leroy Huff, Allan
steadily in the past In the L. Kelly ....:............. '114 135 129 the clearing house tagged "insuf- joyed the party to the FULLEST.We DeLoach,. Billy Prewitt, Frank
weeks and although it is start they Nail ........:............_'182 136 129 ficient funds," :Mrs. Griffin, who are ready to go again. Conklin, Louis Blount 'and Curtis
present tourney to get a of trouble R. Kelly ................ 114 142 145 I keeps the company's books, put Pullen. .
are promising plenty TOTAL .................647 686 658 them through the Bank of Clewis. SEVENTH GRADE NEWS Elbert Hooker, Reporter.
next begins.
when the one .-
high City Team ton again for payment. By Elsie Martin
191 was
Charles Lovvorn's Rosenberg's Griffin .....................167 187 129 Attorney I. P. Barlow ,of Wau- In history this month we have SQUARE DANCE SATURDAYThe '
In this game and score.L. C. C. Owen's I Boone ...................142' 137 123 chula, representing the defendant, I I elected a president and his..cabinet. 'square dance put on in the
154 was low and Crawford ...............140 181 125 said that according to a ruling We are going to decide some Important school auditorium Saturday night
score' was 180 and Ken Swayne in the Charlie ...................113 132 made by the United States Supreme cases In history- that were by the Junior Class was a great
both were
jimmy Weaver' Allen ...................... 88 166 Court the act of running a check brought up before other presidentsof success and considerable money was
160s. Small ...................... 169 168 through for collection the second the United States. raised by the class for activities
In other games during the week TOTAL ..,............650 806 711 time after it was returned unpaid later in the year. Between seventy-
Clewiston Motors lost three gamesto signified "credit granted' the sign- I CLEWISTON AND FORT MYERS five and a hundred couples attended. -
the City Team and the U. S. Night Watchman' er" and made them not liable to FUTURE FARMERS AT FAIR I .
took six games I
Sugar Office team criminal action. Thirteen members of the Future Music was furnished by a ;string
from the U. S. Engineers. I Hired For CityJ. orchestra composed of Aaron
from Attorney Barlow stated was Farmers of America chapter of
the scores
Following are to that Brantley had seventeen membersof Knight, Herman Pullen, Quentin
week: ready prove Clewiston,' and
Thursday night of last the in his home town Smith and D. F. Joyce, guitars,
H. Wethington has joined ,enough money the Fort Myers FFA accompaniedby
City Team city police force as night watchman bank The Peoples Bank,' to cover their' instructors, John R. But- George Smith and Chester Joyce,

Griffin ......:.......,..... 199 160 171 and is now on duty. payment of the checks when they ler of Fort 'Myers and Joel P. violins and Peewee Davis of Pa-
Crawford ................ 161 156 127 City officials feel that some steps were issued, but that the shortage Keen of Clewiston and the Fort: hokee, mandolin. Mr. Beatty was
Charlie ..................123 158 138 must be taken to' curb the growing occurred by Brantley cashing at Myers Instructor in' Manual Arts, the caller.
Allen ...................... 141 174 170 number of robberies during the his 'bank a check given him for $75 Mr. Tribble, attended the Florida Everyone seemed to enjoy the
Small .....-........-...... 1'19. night hours and it is understood which' failed to clear and his bank State Fair in Tampa on 'FF A day. affair very much.
Boone ...................... 155 165 that Mr. Wethington will make balance was not .sufficient- to take The local boys competed 'with
TOTAL .............? 743 803 771 frequent rounds of the businesslistrict care' of the three amounts. members of the other 119 clubs of
Merchants during the night. I Barlow stated Brantley offeredto the state in, livestock judging and Is Your Subscription Paid

Stone ...........?_..:...... 171 161 119 pay the $79 later after action
Schroeder .....:.""'."112 161 Hours Completed! was taken against him but that the .
Martin' ....................138 175 136 offer was refused. .:N NNNNN N M H MN NNN NN NN NNN, :NN, M M:NN M N:..:.:N NNM N:NM N NNM, N N'

Charlie .................. 132 \ 190 By Vocational Group
George' .................... 139 156 143 A new version of "man bites I
McGehee .............._. 134 Joel P. Keen stated this week dog" story cropped up at Delray ?:s. .} i iy
Driggers1 ...........:...... 111 I' that the vocational training coursein Beach recently. The operators of
TOTAL ....:.........:. 692 737 739 mechanics is making excellent a bait and tackle: shop decided to yi
progress and that the class completed -I dig a well to supply salt water for
Engineers sixty hours work last night with I their bait tank. They dug a shal- i I
............114 151 145 CLEWISTON 6OLFt
Clark .:....... better than the required ten attend- low one 'on the beach and obtaineda
Miller ...........;.........128 117 107 ance at each session. supply of" sweet, sparkling water.
Thomas .................114 .122 113D. The course in woodworking is expected The bait tank is still being. sup- : :;.:
Smith ......?...;...... 105 125 to get underway very short- plied a la, bucket from the Inlet. .s, COURSE ,.:..
R. Smith...............116 129 ly. '(s "" ." E ,' ,:-.. .',
....... '105
Hartsfield .m... All outdoor shots of a new 20th '
Hooks .:........1.._....... 97 Century Fox motion picture, starring -
TOTAL ...............577 640 591 StephensContinued Don Ameche and Betty Grable,' J rt ;r' i'.s'

Kiwanis will be filmed at the ,Florida Cypress -
........ 142 249 ( from .Page. 1). ,; .
Tippey ........... 113 Gardens ''near Winter Haven, '-'"
Doke ...................:.102 107 135' section of the ,'Glades would then R. D. Pope,. manager of the Gardens .s' ."'.' :::
Lawrence ...............139 127 146 discharge more slowly into the ca has announced. The flaming ) h.s'
Wilcox. ....................156 128 117 nals.C.. azaleas and white gardenias for I' .:.
Stephens __................. 68 E. Mineremember of the Fire which this spot is famous will form hji
Mitchellette........... 57 Control Board: was present and the, background for about 600 feet h
Sub % ................... 87 asked several leading questions technicolor film. i
m. of the
TOTAL '_'''....:...;.578 561 734 which established clearly the sim- _
ilarity in the purpose of the two ji Open to the Public ] J.J.y

. .. :
U. S. S. Corp. Office units. Holding run-off water on -:NNNN. :NNN. :":":":":": :":":" : ::;
Von Mach .......... .... 155 168 154 the wild saw-grass land, would prevent ::: .. .:.
Bell .............__... ..u. 116 136 its cracking. and drying out '.i... s 10 :7"fJJ .:. y
Wilson ...:...............130 184 141 and would materially 'reduce the .::. v I,V .:. y .

Crochet .:..::............. 71 154 number of fires which take" heavy 't' t
Ward ................._..:. 194 159 138 toll of this rich land. -:i: WASHINGTON WAS NOT A ..:' 'I ,;...
Shelley......:............ 157 121 Following the meeting of the ,club BORN OX FEB. 22XD :'
TOTAL .............__666 804 708 a, short directors' meeting was held. :!: He was .born on February :j jX : .y.s'' ..::..
received into 11th 1732. ,This date was :% :
U. S. Engineers Albert Stephens was :: :i:
Clark .....................146 108 134, the club as a new member. + altered by the elimination of, : .:.
R. Smith '.,.............132 125 1'42 $:: eleven days when the Old I Iy i.: :.i': Moderate Green Fees ::
Hartsfield .......:.....118 122 140 Mallinson, Inc., one, of the larg- Style Calendar: was corrected ,*jX ; h
Miller ..........:....'....108 120 138 est manufacturers of silken goodsin :;: to the New. 1. "Popular Fal- .:X.: :y: Exceptional Fairways :.:
Thomas _......:..........102 140 109 the world, is planning to bring V lacies" A.S.E. Ackermann. ; .;. .:.
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