The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: March 7, 1941
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
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System ID: UF00028415:00829
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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'h L. l COURT OF APPEALS I I, Kate Smith Invited, I LEGISLATIVE ACT TO I Colored Choral Group MERCHANTS IN FIRST r

V.'e. To Visit Lake Area May Visit ClewistonThe


Kate Smith, radio's most out- thirty-five colored singersof

11 standing personality who has been I the "Wings Over Jordan" choral
e vacationing for the past two weeksin group may visit Clewiston and

t Fort Lauderdale was extendedan --.--;. give a concert if present plans ma-
I invitation the first of the weekto terialize.
The singers who are I
Commissioner Herbert E. Gyles Notice of special legislation The bowling tournament came to
visit Clewiston and the United from Cleveland and'are
on a national
of Washington was here Mondayand I States Sugar Corporation properties which is designed to make cer- network radio I an end Tuesday night and although
t Tuesday conducting a hearingat New tain changes in the city charter of program every in the match that night the
to York.
before returning afternoon
the civic center to obtain evi- Clewiston is now appearing in I I I Sunday are now on a I Kiwanis team took a partial
Ted Collins, Miss Smith's announcer tour of Florida will revenge -
and give con- .
dence on the suit brought by growers legal form elsewhere in the News I I for past defeats by
I' taking
answered the invitationby certs in West Palm Beach on March !
on islands in Lake Okeechobee and Representative Elbert L. Stew- three games from the Merchants'
telephone to the personnel department 24 and in Miami on March 25. I ,
against the United States govern- of the corporation Tues- art will seek the passage of such Their radio the Merchants were still able to
ment for damages alleged to have legislation at the session of the program recently i I I hold on to first place and will win
said that
day night. He they had devoted considerable time to a 1
because of mis- which begins'early
been sustained 1941 Legislature the grand prize award.
heard much of the Everglades and
description of the ideal
living con-
management by the U. S. Engineersof in April.As .
regretted that they were compelledto ditions of colored workers in the The Sugar Office team was only
the lake level. Mr. Gyles represented explained by Mayor F. Deane
return before'making the trip plantations of the United States two games behind and finished
the Federal Court of, Duff the chief provisions of the
but that they would make arrange- Sugar Corporation and it is hoped with a percentage of .690 againstthe
Claims which will decide the suit.P. legislation are to provide for a
ments to come here on their next that they be persuaded to Merchants' 714. The city
may come
'H. Luten, assistant in the Attorney date for city elections and the
visit to Florida. team placed third with .667
/ I here if their itinerary permits. the
General's office, was attorney method of holding same. Under ; Commissary and Kiwanis teams

for the government and At- I the act September 2 of this year tied for fourth place with .595 and
Poe of Orlando and .Attorney would be set the election
torney as day the Clewiston
Lewis of West Palm Beach rep- MRS. KETTNER GETS for naming city 'commissioners and HOUSE! COMMITTEEBEGINS Engineers trailed Motors in, the Affiliatesand order;

resented the plaintiffs. George Carrof elections would be held on the I named.

West Palm Beach was engineerfor same date each two years thereafter. -
the plaintiffs. FRANCHISE FOR BUS I HEARINGS ON the Ranked tail-end as the Engineers best of sports who are
I lost
There are twenty-seven claims in The act further provides that a
all amounting to close to a million nominating primary for city com- the greater number of their original -
I I LINE OVER ROAD 26 line-up through transfers
dollars and the growers are basing missioners be held. In the gen- SUGAR LEGISLATIONHearings shortly -
after the tournament
I their suit on the lake level having eral election the two candidates began but
been permitted to rise above the receiving the highest number of went ahead and played out the entire -
I Simultaneously with the an- were begun this week schedule despite the fact that
i maximum elevation set in December votes would be elected to four
that-I{I nouncement"of the State Road De- by the House Agriculture Committee they were unable to account for
1937, with the result year terms on the commission and
I I partment that Road 26 from South more than three
in games won out
valuable crops were destroyed by the three, next highest would get on proposed legislation
the overflow. The three largest Bay to Miami would be opened two year terms. I for a new sugar act, the of the forty-two played.

claimants are Roscoe Braddock, officially on 'April 11, came the Other provisions of the act may opening guns' in a fight which may The tournament was interestingfrom

R. Y. Creech and Charles Thomas announcement from the State Rail- be seen in the legal notice. I last for several months.It I start to finish, and the teamsas
road Commission that Mrs.
whose combined claims amount to M. is said that for the first time a whole were much more even-
approximately $200,000.' Kettner, operator of the Glades K in the five years Florida congress- ly matched than in the first tournament -

The evidence taken was largely bus line, had' been given the man have been fighting for an increased last spring. The Merchantswere

I crop value data from the plain franchise to operate'a' bus line MAN ARRESTED IN quota for the state, a ma- able to hang on to first place]

tiffs and engineer data from a over the new road from Miami jority of the committee favors an almost entirely ,.throughout the

number of U. S. Engineers calledto northward.The CONNECTION WITH increased sugar quota for domestic tourney but their lead was neverso
testify. Carawan Nelson. was new line'will follow Road producers. great that it could not have been
26 to South Bay and from thereto overtaken had they fallen down
called from Jacksonville and WillardF. I Congressman Pat Cannon resigned at

Simpson from Massena, N. Y. Moore Haven will follow the LOCALROBBERY ed position ,on the naval affairs any time.
same route as the Glades ,K lines
The hearing was an open one but operating"between' committee to take a place on the On March 13 all of the membersof

there were few, attending aside now Palm,.1 agriculture committee and occupiesa the tournament teams and the
Beach and Fort
from interested parties. Moore Haven the' line'Myers.will follow From Felix Knowles, who gave his age strategic position in the fight league officers will enjoy a banquet
The hearing here followed one : as 27 and residence ,as Panama for increased quotas. CongressmanJ. at. the Clewiston Inn at which time
to Childs
to with
connect the
held last week in' West Palm Beach Florida Motor Lines route and it City, plead not guilty to a chargeof Hardin Peterson, representativefrom the prizes ,will be awarded. -
which .was also 'conducted by Commissioner the first district attended Individual
is believed grand larcency Thursday morn- a average honors wentto
that Mrs. Kettner will
Gyles with: -regard to the also operate westward to Arcadiaas 'ing before County Judge R. M. strategy conference of sugar lead- M. E. Von Mach, whose 161.3
..\.v' ,' ( suit the Canal Construction Company there is. -t'.:; bus line operating Harris and was bound' over to the ers last Saturday and. said, that the topped Ed, Ward's 158.5.. Both of

aga.i'n.st' tic.government! fort". orex1 this 'riia *!ft present.: : circuit 'court with' .., 'bond' fixed ,at outlook was, good for 'a substantial these were on the Sugar Office
approximately a: half, million dollars :$3,000. increase in domestlc: -u tas because 'team Charley of' the, Merchantswas
interest manifested
.. for damages: allegedly causedby by residents, of the was lake area- Knowles was arrested-- Monday of the fad that ,the nation is depending in 'third place, W1th154.5;

a change of conditions in their in upon long sea, shipmentsfor Griffin of the City team finished
several months'ago when a, hearing night Stuart and held in the
contract for levee construction i i was held in 'Miami to determine Hendry County jail at LaBelle on I a sugar supply. next with 152.7, George of the
the' East Shore due to the presenceof
rock than shown the whether Mrs. Kettner or the Flor-l' a charge of breaking and enteringin Seen as quite likely to pass is Merchants was next with 152.1
more on
ida Motor Lines would be permitted connection with the robbery of the bill introduced by Congressman Munselle Stone was sixth with
engineer profile. The companywas to operate over the new road Parkinson's store here sometime Coffee of Nebraska which would 148, Martin of the Merchants was

unable which to complete the con- with a north and south line. The during the night of Feb. 18.' At give to domestic producers that seventh with 147.0, E. E. Kelly

e t. tract S. was finished by the greater number of residents' of the that time a quantity of merchandise, portion of the Philippine quota was eighth with 146.9, Ed Mar-
U. Engineers with the dredges
Welatka General lake area testified, in; behalf of hunting and fishing equipment, was which those islands is unable to kette was pinth with 146.7 and
and Gulfport.' I Mrs. Kettner who pioneered bus I'stolen. Since then Sheriff Bill fill, a substantial amount this year Sandy Bell of the Office team had
A number of engineers: formerlyin
the Clewiston service into the Everglades and I Maddox, his Chief Deputy H. H. and expected to be greater .if the 143.5 for tenth place. J. F. Tippey

for this hearing office were includingI. summoned I through the remaining years 'has McCall and Constable I. S. Bell have shipping shortage cou'inues. had the highest single game, a

M. Pafford, Ben Benson, Rufus given splendid service to the lake been at work endeavoring to solve The state department is expectedto 249.

Smith and others. From the section. They felt that she should the robbery. ,. 'use the good neighbor policy

t Clewiston office were R. N. Smith, have first chance at improved busi- as an excuse for preventing any Prices Good ButProduce

Earl Smith, Fred Flanders, Con- ness in this area, and their prefer- Six Negroes Are.. change in the present sugar act but

nally Nail, A. R. Broadfoot and G. ence was reflected in the decision, ,may be satisfied if no great changeis Scarce
of the railroad commission which made in the Cuban quota. I I x
M. Ford; Arch Hodges, formerly Ordered To ReportFor
with the engineers, M. F. Ewell of has just been announced.Mrs. J More in an effort: to bring before
the Palm Beach office, George : ,Kettner- promises, that new, Army ServiceThe Congressmen the fact that sugar I Prospects for the best prices in

Waldeck, Arundel superintendentand improved buses will be put on and I can be grown more economicallyin .. several years for almost every kind,

others., I that the service she gives will be the Everglades than at any oth- of vegetable is seen for those who

equal to that which the Florida local draft board has ordered er part of the mainland area, Con- have managed to save their crops
Fire Motor Lines might be able to give. II six negro registrants of the I gressman' Cannon is expected to
Department Is through the various cold snaps and
county to report at seven o'clock I ask for passage of an amendment
Re-organized And Drainage Meeting a. m. on March 11 to be sent to which would give the Philippine rainy spells of the past few weeks.

the army induction station at Camp surplus to that part of the domesticarea The supply of snap beans is now

-'...- Will Practice WeeklyAt Shows No Results Blanding.The 'where sugar can be? most very light and prices are quotedat

I I six negroes named are Jim economically produced.Temperature from $3.50 to $6.00 per hamper.

!I" 1 Henry Walker of Clewiston, a volunteer j A few fortunate lake growers are!
a meeting held last week of I A meeting L. Holland arranged, yesterday by GovernorSpessard in William Lewis Beckton, Dropped 'I I still picking a few beans. The

volunteer workers I Johnnie John W. Hollingerand Homestead crop was reduced not
on the city fire Ga. Jones
jThomasville, between
I I To Freezing Sunday only by Sunday's cold but also by
department, Constable I. S. Bell [jot the 'Everglades Drainage District Joseph William Hairston, all I
selected to fire i of Clewiston and John Baker of extremely wet weather.
was serve as chief, board, members of the bondholders I I -
i Charles Benson as secretary and committee representing the holdersof ,I I 'Fort Myers! removed from the The light cabbage movement from
Jimmy Weaver as instructor.It drainage district bonds and land- i county since the date of registration. I A freak cold spell which lasted Florida is expected to last through

was planned that an organization little more than twenty-four hours March. Movement of Texas cab-
owners of the district was said to
of ten men be provided at all have ended with no apparent success The alternates named are Homer I sent the mercury in thermometers bage accelerated during the latter

times and that thirty minute prac- I I toward efforts to work a refunding Lee Walker, Melachi Dennard, skidding to one of the lowest pointsof part of February but was under

tices be held each week in order I I plan ''for the district indebtedness.The James Jones, Elizah Franklin Boyd, I the winter and left a blanketof I that of last year and prices were
that each of the ten men will be meeting was held in the John Blount and Marcellus Nance. white frost over almost the entire not seriously affected. Most of
thoroughly familiar with the methods Everglades area. I the Florida cabbage is now coming
Georgia city because H. C. Rorick, Word was received this morn- I
of running fire engine, con- head of the bondholders' committee, ing that eight whites would be The low temperature recorded in.from the Everglades area

necting hose, location of fire plugs said that the committee was try- called from the county for the Clewiston was 32 degrees but Lib- Iceberg lettuce growers are led

and other things incidental to ing to avoid having papers servedon fifth call on March 26 and it is erty Point had twenty-seven degrees, to anticipate better prices duringthe
more effective firefighting.The certain of its members by Flor- probable that further questionnaireswill Benbow 28 and :Moore Haven :3''. next few weeks because of an

ten men signed up as volun- ida process servers. be sent out at once in an effort In the Eastern division a low of expected falling off In shipmentsfrom

teer firemen are:'' L. C. Rosenberg, : Mark R. Tennant of Miami, I to secure this many which 28 y2 degrees was recorded in Sec- California.. Many Florida

Ed Clark, John Perry Jimmy Wil- i chairman of the drainage board, may be classified as 1-A draftees tion 23 and all other stations recorded growers are said to have abandoned -

son, Jerry Wilcox, Sandy ,Bell, stated following the meeting that those. available for immediate serv, 32 or 33 degrees. the lettuce acreage because of

George Crow and Mallie Palmer in he felt that some good had been ice. I Damage to spring vegetable poor quality but it Is understood

I addition to the officers named: accomplished and that the Gover- Of the nine whites scheduled to crops was extensive throughout the 'I that shipments are continuing witha

above. nor was using every effort to have been sent to Camp Blanding | entire state but damage to sugar better quality from Shawnee

p "' I bring about a settlement of the last week only, eight reported and i cane was negligible according to r! Farms at Liberty Point.

FFA- PLANS FATHER problem. although no report has been re- sugar corporation officials. Leaves i The acreage of spring tomatoes

AND SON BANQUET I J. E. Beardsley Clewiston member celved officially .it is believed that were badly burned on some matured I is very; small in Florida but grow-

of the board, was prevented by all of these are now "in training.. (I''I cane but the stalks appear to have ers are rushing planting to makeup
The local chapter of Future illness from attending the meeting. The ninth, Alvin Johnson who now escaped any damage. The resultof the acreage destroyed by rains

.., Farmers of America is planning a resides in Ochopee is appealing I this will be to stop any further and frosts. Practically all' toma-

Father-Son banquet which will ATTEND CEMENT SCHOOLA. his classification. A replacement I development of the cane. Some toes shipped from Florida now are

probably be held on Monday night, will probably be sent for him on I j i I ;younger cane was bitten but is expected from Dade County. About a
March 17. Every member of the i to, out of this with lit- to this
R. Broadfoot and Jimmy the sixth call uless his appeal is grow thirty-five per cent damage
chapter is being urged to have his Loftin tIe damage. Everglade
are spending a few days overruled.The crop was reported by
father with him at the dinner and this week in Savannah attendinga ;rowers', Texas tomato crops are

several guests will be invited bring- special school on soil cement Associated Dailies of Florida Theannual convention of the' said to be in very, poor conditionalso

ing the number present at the dinncr usage conducted by the Portland will hold their spring meeting 0 at Young N Democrats of Florida will be I' due to adverse weather condi-

'. to about seventy.. Cement Association St. Augustine, March 2829.. held in St. Petersburg March 27-29 tions.E .


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"Isn't that a new frock you've on?-
RISING Memos of a Columnist'sGirl "Yet; I got it for a ridiculous figure."
can see that! -

Only insiders Dear Mr. W.: Mrs. Billy Hill, wid- A cynic says the cure for a cold
know it, but the government is preparing ow of the man who wrote "Last shoulder is to put a fur around it.
drastic price controls if the w Roundup" and other delightful

present upward trend continues. ,;: songs, called. Wishes we'd help locate Grounds for Suspicions"I've
4 ,4 friends who at the Windsor
They fear' runaway price situa- searched high and low for
hotel bar in May, 1939, when Hill the furniture
tion which would hit the pocketbooksof cream recipe your
h' made changes in his will. For their mother "
the great mass of consumers. gave me-
And the last thing the administration child's sake, etc. Quentin Rey- "Here!" said her husband, putting -
wants right now is a hot cost- nolds is getting many a quarter via down his spoon, "where did
of-living potato on its hands.So poker and other games from friends you get the recipe for this soup?"
and strangers for relief of kin of
far there have been marked RAF boys Several months ago
advances only in a -few. com
price we ran a quip about two commys
modities-lumber' scrap iron But, and > (carrying packages) who passed Relief At Last
materials. recently -
other basic raw
/ each other, one saying: "What timeis
there have been tell-tale signsof it by your bomb?" Page 52
a general upward movement, and ;1r'cmi of the Satevepost just ran it as a For Your
lateafternoon -
some of those mysterious cartoon. Cough
White House conferences have Jc /; :
been over this problem. Three plansof Creomulsion relieves promptly because
attack are under consideration: Our Sing Sing keeper friend assures it goes right to the seat of the
I us the Jimmy Hines slugging trouble to help loosen and expel
1. Use of the priorities control now,. stories are spurious. That Hines is germ laden phlegm, and aid nature
vested in the office of production : popular with all prisoners, etc. to soothe and heal raw, tender, inflamed
management, under the supervisionof _m bronchial mucous mem
Steel Edward R. I branes.Tell your druggist to sell youa
ex-U. S. man I THIS PUDDING FAIRLY SHOUTS, 'TRY ME!' The War Dep't is discussing a-planto bottle of Creomulsion with the understanding
Stettinius Jr., to deprive price goug- (See Recipes Below) suspend all commercial airline you must like the way it
ers of their supplies, thus forcing traffic' next month or in April for a quickly allays the cough or you areto -
either to out of businessor have your money,back.CREOMULSION.
them go ADD ONE CUP OF IMAGINATIONOnce Hot Dogs in Blankets. day. All available planes will be
bring ,their prices into line. When baking fresh yeast rolls, used to transport troops to desig-

2. Use of the "draft industry" law upon a time a friend told wrap strips of the dough around nated spots-as a test. for Coughs: ,Chest Colds,Bronchitis
to compel price gouging concerns to me that to her the addition of "one wieners, allowing the ends to stick

sell to the government at a fixed cup of imagina- out of their' dough blanket. Give How come nobody realizes this?
figure; also to "freeze" prices in tion" was' the OUPAND 'c the dough time to double in bulk and That the Nazi radio station which Qualities of Prayer
industries where quotations persistin most important 5ANOWICHEI'otj bake as usual. These hot dogs in asked Americans to cable requests Prayer is the believer's comfort

getting out of line with what ingredient that blankets should be served pipinghot. (they'd like to hear) will only accept and support, his weapon of defense -

are considered fair levels. could be used in friendly messages because they his light in darkness, his

3. Imposition of a price ceiling on any recipe. So My Style Spaghetti. intend contacting those Americans companionship in solitude, his
all commodities and on every stepin whole heartedlydo (Serves 5 to 6) later on for sabotage or other reasons fountain in the desert, his hope
the industrial process from raw I agree with % cup olive oil ? and his deliverance.-Van Dyke.
materials to retailer. her that today I 1 small onion, chopped

The last was the recommendationof want to give youa 1 green pepper, seeded and chopped In case you missed Mayor La-

Bernard Baruch, based on his experience number of recipes to which that ,1 pound ground beef Guardia's description of a negotiated For ONLY 1O/Itow
as head of the 1917-18 war ingredient, imagination, has been l/2. teaspoons salt peace: "It's like this. Supposea

industries board. In private confer- added. In fact, so successfully has 1 cup tomato puree man is living happily out on the '
ences with Roosevelt and defense this been done that each of these 1 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce range with his wife and children. --: ---; lessthan

chiefs, Baru h emphasized that the recipes is different, yet each is delicious Vz cup grated cheese One day he comes home and finds
one big price lesson learned in each fairly shouts "Tryme 1 cup canned corn that a vile man has invaded the
World'War I was that half-way con- !" % package spaghetti, cooked sanctity of his home and attackedhis

trol measures were worse than none These recipes, moreover, have Heat olive oil in frying pan and wife. And suppose that injuredman
at all. been chosen as luncheon favorites add onion, green pepper and ground invites the attacker to stay in .

"You must -eitherstabilize every because, of all of the meals of the beef. Fry until brown and then add the house as his star-boarder. That'sa -,

price or stabilize no price," he declared -, day, the family luncheon some way the salt, tomato puree, and Worces- negotiated peace!" Why
tershire Stir in grated dose
"If you impose controls only seems to be most neglected. sauce. and don't you do a col'm asking what- ,a
cheese with the corn
at leave the door wide together ever became of the Senator Wheeler
one point, you Sausage Stand-Up. cooked spaghetti. Place in buttered I
breakawabsome plan to probe soandso? And so on?
open a worse (Serves 4 to 6) baking casserole and bake in a mod- -
effective defense I'll for So :
where else. The only dig up some you '
1 8-ounce package spaghetti (broken erate oven (350 degrees Fahrenheit)
is total defense and the only many, people m ke' such big statements V
small) for approximately 40 minutes.
effective price :control is total con. I threatening to do this and
, trol." 1 pound breakfast sausages Honey All-Bran Spice Cookies. that, and after it,gets in the papers
S % cup minced onion (Makes 2 dozen cookies) that's usually the last you hear of Dignity and Proportion
1 clove (minced) Remember this-that there is
garlic a
Vi shortening !
cup it I heard this today: That if
HOPKINS REPORTSHerearesomeofthe 4 tablespoons parsley (finely Vz cup honey Russiapermits Germany a free ,proper dignity and proportion to
things Harry chopped) % be observed in the performance .
cup sugar hand in the Balkans it'll be in return
Hopkins told the President: 1 can tomato paste' (6-ounce), 1 egg for unhampered Russ action in Swe- :of every act of. life.-Marcus Au-

First and most important, Hop- 1 cup water : i 1 cup All-Bran den. '. By being a patriot Willkie 'relius.
kins definitely stated his ,conviction 1% teaspoons salt 1% cups flourteaspoon has found out something'many of us

that the British would be able to Vi teaspoon pepper tlz % salt never learn in a lifetime. He's discovered I .
hold out against the Nazis. He thor- teaspoon sugar 1 teaspoon baking powder his enemies among his ON A DIET?

oughly agreed with Wendell 'Willkie SA cup grated cheese Vi teaspoon soda friends!-Your Girl Friday. Try This HelpA
in spiking isolationist claims that Cook broken spaghetti in boiling V& teaspoon cloves

Britain would crack up, submit to a water (6 cups) (1 teaspoon salt per 1 teaspoon cinnamon deficiency Iron in ;your of Vitamin diet can B contributeto Complexand
negotiated peace- and leave the quart water) until 1 cup seedless raisins Notes of airlnnocent serious weakening: of your strength.By .
U.S.A. to hold the bag after voting tender, about Blend shortening, sugar and honey, Bystander: all means take Vinol with your diet
for its Vitamin B Complex and
"all-out" aid.However 20 minutes, then thoroughly. Add egg and beat un- The Wireless: ,It isn't hard to spot. Iron.

Hopkins got no request u ...-.--, ,,. sy f drain. Place sausages til creamy. Add _ Hitler's angle in his short wave in- .AT YOUR DRUG STORE
from Winston Churchill that the U. S. --i. in skillet, bran. Sift flour vitation to Americans to cable Him

send five to ten destroyers a month add Vi cup of water once before meas advice, C. O. D. If the message
What Churchill did request was the and cook until nicely browned, uring. Add salt, rubs him the right way, he files the Next Best
right to repair British destroyers and about 15 minutes. Saute onion, garlic baking powder, sender's name as a future Bunds- "Why" did they hang that picture -

other naval craft in American dry- and parsley in sausage fat for soda, cloves and man. If it's an insult, the man who ? the
couldn't find
docks. This has been one of Brit- 5 minutes, until onions are yellow cinnamon. Combine signs it is one for the Hun errand "Because" they

ain's most difficult problems, since and transparent. Remove from fat with raisins. boys over here to watch out for. artist.
all of her dry-docks are fairly easy and combine with tomato paste and Add to first mix- Berlin is glad to pay $2.19 for each

targets for air raids, so that vessels seasonings. Combine spaghetti with ture and beat -- message that gives the Gestapo a
needing repair frequently have been tomato sauce and turn into buttered well. Drop doughby line on U. S. citizens, good or bad I

bombed a second time or even a casserole. Tuck sausages into spa- teaspoons on lightly greased bak- '. John T. McManus, reviewing MQ JII I!
third time and have to be repairedall ghetti in upright position, so that ing sheet about 2% inches apart. Guy Lombardo's 10 years among
over again.Churchill just the end of each sausage shows. Bake in moderate oven (350 degrees the headliners, finds that the band BOTTLE

also asked that the Unit- Sprinkle grated cheese over top and Fahrenheit) about 12 to 15 minutes leader keeps compromising with

ed States sell or lease "mosquitoboats. bake in moderate oven ((350 degrees Mexican Spaghetti. changing musical modes. His band, As Our Works Are ,
Fahrenheit) for 20 minutes. 8 to 10) McManus adds "says musical
These are small, fast motor Everyone is the son of his own
boats carrying torpedoes and Baked Apricot and Tapioca Pudding Vz pound spaghetti things nicely, like a William Lyon works.-Cervantes.
equipped to lay depth charges, (Serves 6 to 8)) 1 can peas (No. 2) Phelps book review" When

which the United States has been % cup pearl tapioca % pound raw ham (ground) the commentators get too gloomyyou

building at the rate of about one a % cup evaporated apricots or % pound American cheese (grated) can always escape to some of [ ORNTEEHAPPY FEET'
week for some time. 2 cups canned apricots 1 can tomatoes (No. 2) the standbys Easy Aces and

Churchill wanted them particularly % cup sugarteaspoon 11.1 cup green pepper (cut fine) Fibber McGee and Molly"still hold.
to ward off Nazi invasion, whenit Vt salt 1 tablespoon pimiento (cut fine) up handsomely, with an undiminish.ing

comes. Virtually impossible to 2 teaspoons lemon juice 2 tablespoons butter (melted) quota of laughs.

hit because of their high speed- 3 cups warm water 1 teaspoon paprika
they can do 50 miles an hour-the 1 tablespoon butter 1 teaspoon saltteaspoon The Front Paces: One newspaper. KOHLER

mosquito boats would be especially Soak pearl tapioca in cold water, Vz pepper the Axis hasn't tamed is the Vatican AT ONE ALL' NIGHT DRUG STORES.CORN.-SINCE SALVE ujWATCH : r

effective against Nazi troop-ships to cover, for one hour. Wash apri- Bacon strips organ, Ossevatore Romano. Every -

and barges attempting to cross the cots and place in a well-greased 1- Cook the spaghetti in,boiling, salt- edition nails the NaziFascistlies
channel. quart heat-resistant glass casserole.Add ed water. Drain. In ,a baking dish that try to tell you the Catholic

However, the mosquito boats sugar, salt, lemon juice and arrange layers of spaghetti, peas, church is on their side The ;;]
which the United States is buildingare warm water. Drain tapioca; stir it ground ham and cheese and combine shellackings the Fascisti have taken
a little light for the choppy wa- into the fruit mixture in casseroleand tomatoes, green pepper, pimi- in Africa have made Ga-Gayda the
ters of the English channel, and it cot with bits of butter. Cover ento, butter, and seasonings. Pour leading humorist in Europe. He
is significant that the President already the dish and bake in a moderateoven over the spaghetti. Cover with grat- talks yet of "the fierce resistance"of
has ordered the redesigning of (350 degrees Fahrenheit) for ed cheese and top with bacon strips. Graziano's troops in Libya-
the stern of these boats in order to 1 hour or until the tapioca partsare Bake in a moderate oven (350 degrees meaning doubtless, their fierce resistance ibe Specials

improve their balance. translucent. Cool, top with Fahrenheit) for one hour. to danger Dorothy

whipped cream, if desired, and Refrigerator Hamburgers. Thompson recalled a Huey Long Youcandependonthespecial .
with coffee crack that explains the conduct of -
CAPITAL CHAFF serve sauce. (Serves 5) ,
lot of popper-offers in Washington. sales the merchants of
a ,
Ex-Senator King of Utah visited Coffee Sauce. 1 pound hamburger
the senate the other day, sat in his J/fc cup sugar I 2 tablespoons finely minced onion American Fascism, predicted our town announce in the

old seat and itched with the impulseto \% tablespoons cornstarch Vi cup chopped green pepper Huey, would never emerge American as a columns of this paper.They
Fascist but 100 cent -
as a per
rise and address the
chamber. salt
Va teaspoon
1 teaspoon salt movement. See .. The mean money saving to our
Blind ex-Senator Gore of Okla- 1 cup hot coffee? regular strength 1 tablespoon prepared mustard
homa came into the chamber on the 2 tablespoons butter 1 tablespoon horseradishMix headlines reported that Franco and readers. It always pays to

arm of a page and listened with up- V4 teaspoon nutmeg, if desired all ingredients together, and Mussolini met and agreed patronize the merchants
lifted face and rapt expression to the cornstarch into roll 2& inches in diam What most likely happened was_that
Blend sugar, and salt shape a Franco said he didn't like the war- who advertise. They are
debate. in the part of a 1-quart heat- eter. Let stand in the refrigerator
Following isolation demonstra- and Benito agreed Phillips not afraid of their merchandise -
resistant glass double boiler. Add several hours or over night. When
tions in the senate galleries last in slices % inches insists it is silly to see D. Fairbanks or their prices.
coffee and cook until it thickens, ready to use, cut
criticize Lindbergh ., as
week, Capitol police keep all visitors stirring constantly. Blend in butter thick and fry or broil as for regu F. ::!J0 ,
lined up on the lower floor, and ad- and nutmeg. Cool and serve with i J Mr hamburgers. comical Hi as? Lindbergh criticizing I
D. R.
_, mit only a few at a time. apricot and tapioca pudding. I (IReleased by Western Newspaper Union.) ,


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m--"" -- o Beginner Didn't Want

Good. Posture UNIFORM IMPROVED INTERNATIONAL Possibility to Be WastedThe ASK ME''Th A QuizW Answers .\}[

to Both 1 instructor was teaching ANOTHER r Offering Information :'

: Help SUNDAY (Lesson ,the awkward fellow to drive a car. I on Various Subjects :-, ,

"Put out your left hand to sig .J
Body and Mind By HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST, D. D. nal. Then with your left foot step :
J I Dean of The Moody Bible Instituteof ;in the clutch. With your right The Questions The Answers v ';

(Released by Western Chicago Newspaper, Union.) hand put the gearshift into first. 1. What is the only state in the 1. Maine. :1
By DR. JAMES W. BARTON Gradually ease up on the clutch, Union which is bounded by one 2. Lodestone.

(Released by Western Newspaper Union.) Lesson for March 9 accelerating with your right foot. state alone?- 3. Winds blowing from due
SPEAK often about good "When the car has gathered I 2. Which of the following is a north, east, south or west. r
I speed, again step in the clutch, I natural magnet-Capstone, thun- 4. The boundary between the
-',"'',:!'., \.: posture-erect position of the I Lesson and subjects- copyrighted and Scripture by International texts Selected shifting with the right hand'to sec- I. derstone or lodestone? United States and Canada was not
< ; ;
-body whether standing or sit- permission.Council of Religious Education; used by ond. Then with the left foot slowlylet 3. What are known as cardinal completely determined until 1925,

ting-because of its value both out the clutch, acceleratingwith winds? or 142 years after our country
physical and CHRIST REJECTED the right foot. Then repeatto 4. When was the boundary be- signed the treaty with England.
'.' menTODAY'S shift to high speed. Keep your tween the United States and Can- 5. As nearly as can be described,
; tal.The LESSON TEXT-Luke 20920. eyes on the road ahead." ada finally determined? mustard gas smells ''like garlic;
erect car- HEALTH GOLDEN TEXT-Blessed are ye whet "There's nothing useful I could 5. What are the odors of the I lewisite like geraniums; phosgene
of the men shall revile you. and persecute you. do with 'my nose, is there?" in- that
riage body ,principal gases are used in like musty hay; and tear gas like
and shall say all manner of evil against you I
means that the COLUftlfi falsely, for my sake.-Matthew 5:11. quired the beginner. I war? apple blossoms.

shoulders are well

back and the chest well for- Rejection of Christ by Israel as a
nation is pictured in our lesson.: We INDIGESTIONmay
ward, giving the'lungs plenty of know how the judgment of God has affect the Heart
room to expand, and preventing come upon that nation because of HOWto SEW RUTH:fiTH OM trapped In the stomach or gullet HUT act like s
halr-trln.r on the heart. At tho tint Ilea or dUtresj
any crowding or pressure on its failure to receive Him and be- smart men and women depend on Bell-ins Tablets to
let EM fret No laiatlr but made of the fittest-
the heart. With the lungs draw- lieve on Him. God had to take the eetlne FIRST iySlneI known for acid Insertion. It the
ing in the pure air and, what is vineyard from them and, give it to bottle to DOSE DI And doesn't rocelM prove DODBLB Boll-ana Money better Back return 25e.
others (v. 16). PIECE FOR THE fROttT, Cr U cut down to measure 12.inches
more important breathing out TtD ACK from end
end and placed
BOTTO3r'= was
today reject Christ, and we 12"
the impure air, the blood, find that the sin which causes themto between the lining and the out- DeceptionThe

/ pumped by a heart free from do so and the judgment which fol- CURVE side; these being stitched together silly when deceived exclaim
Tn FIT around'the top, as illustrated. loudly; the fool complains the
will lows in ;
pressure, carry more nour- are essentially the same as ; HAttGE
honest man walks away and is
ishment to and more wastes the case of Israel. '
CUT NOTE: As a service to our readers Mrs. silent.-La Noue.
from every cell in the body. I. Why Men Reject Christ (vv. OU751DE SIDES Spears has prepared a series of six booklets .
The erect position calls also for a 9-15)). t i A,. 1 4XI0"k of her original Ideas. Each booklet
drawing in (or backwards) of the Self-will, the very heart of all sin, i k AtPD IfYG THE LIfW contains 32 directions.home-making projects with illustrated .

abdomen and the development underlies every' refusal to let_ Christ ,Q I SAME bered from 1,to 6, numbers Booklets and are 4 num.containing CHOICE OF MILLIONS

of the abdominal have His rightful control over our directions ,for other types of bags SUOSEPHASPIRIN
muscles by lives. There are two forces which a/8 YARD and door pockets' that will make house. 51sT IDe
OF EACH keeping easier. Booklets
are lOc each and
abdomen dominate and direct life- i
GS keeping may my MATERIAL may be ordered direct from:
drawn in or God's will or self-will. Just as love IS NEEDED WORLD'S LARGEST
back holds the abdominal tit God is the essence of all virtue rla SELLER AT :
organs up (Matt. 22:37-38): ), so love of self is TJIIS bag was planned as a hos- MRS. RUTH WYETII.SPEARS 11\\
pital gift for someone who was Drawer 10
in their proper posi- the essence of all sin. Bedford Hills New York

tions, thus aiding di- The leaders of Israel, both politi- finding days in bed difficult enough Enclose 10 cents for each book Duty Toward Health ....
gestion and preventing cal and religious, had one great fear without having magazines, ordered. To do all in our power to win

constipation.Dr. which dominated all of their think writing scattered materials about and and spectaclecase forever Name,, ......0........................ health, and to'keep it, is as much

Philip Lewin, ing concerning Jesus; namely, that lost. If like to take Address ............................. our duty as to be honest.-T. F.
New York, in Clini- they would lose all their authority'ifHe getting you Seward.
assortment of reading matter to
Dr. Barton cal Medicine and were recognized by the peoplefor ,
10 bed, sick or well, you will enjoy
Surgery, gives what the leaders must have
commandments of good posture. known Him to be-the Son of God, a bag like this. Its hanger hook
'1. Stand tall. and their rightful King. God had may be sewed to box springs and

3.2. Sit Walk tall.tall and "chesty," with entrusted care to of them His vineyard as underservantsthe and in hand.there you are with everything at I I Rll'r' ZJa<
weight of the body on the balls or their wicked greed they had deter- The bag shown here, was madeof
front part of the feet. mined to have it all for themselves, a remnant of heavy cotton up- %

4. Draw in the abdomen, pulling even though it meant destroying the holstery material in tones of green SELECTED FOR YOUR LOCALITY
it backwards and upwards. Son and rightful Heir. with a touch of red in the pattern. }

5. Keep the shoulders high and We need only a moment's reflec- The red was repeated in the Get them from local dealer
square. tion to realize that this is exactly sateen lining. The sketch gives your
6. Pull the chin downward towardthe what occurs every time someone all the-dimensions and shows how
collar button. now rejects Christ. It is because in the lining and the outside part
7. Flatten the hollow of the back self-will that person decides that th'e were made. A coat hanger was

by rolling the hip bones downwardand one who has a right to his life is Circumstances vantage from; and none, however

backward. not to have I it. There are many There are no circumstances, fortunate, that the imprudent cannot
8. Separate!! shoulders from the sins, but,this-is the root sin of themall. Could Dickens Foresee? however unfortunate, that clever turn to their own prejudice.
far as"
hips as Do
possible. this -
people do not extract some ad- La Rochefoucauld.
more by drawing hips down than by II. What Happens When Men Re-

raising shoulders. ject Christ (vv. 16-18)). Actually, the great novelist .
9. Lie tall and flat. (Don't.overdo Judgment. It came to Israel, as Dickens penned these words on
this as having elbows and knees all history even to this dark day so December 30, 1854:
very slightly bent helps to relax the strikingly testifies. Just so, it will "That war is, at any. time and NAGGING BACKACHE

body and so invites sleep). come to every one who rejects in any shape, a most dreadful.and
10. Think tall. Christ. need /e
deplorable calamity we ,no e a
S It is not a slight matter of comparative proverb to tell us; but it is just be-
.; What's Be Done unimportance whether a it is such calamity and Modern life with Its ceaseless' hurry I Symptoms of disturbed kidney functionand
to cause a worry, irregular habits, improper I may be nagging backache persistent head-
man accepts or, rejects Christ. He because that calamity must not eating and drinking exposure contagion| ache,dizziness getting up nights.swelling.
About Dandruff? likes to make it appear so, saying for ever be impending over us, at whatnot hospitals,keeps crowded.doctors The busy after a puffiness feeling of under nervous the anxiety eyes-
that it is just something about the the fancy of one man against all effects are disturbing to TIIEItEASONDOAN'S and loss of strength and
the kidneys and oftentimes ARE FAMOUS Other signs of kid-
local church that he does not like, or mankind, that we must not allow people suffer without know- All over the 'ney energy.or bladder disturbance
pERHAPS you have been reading the preacher does not exactly suit that man to darken from our view ins that disordered kidney grateful people country tell sometimes are burning,
various cures for dandruffor him; or perchance he hides behind the figures of peace and justice trouble.action may cause the otherszuDoon'"hap8 recomtion.scanty. or too frequent urina
have tried some without obtain- the time-worn excuse that there are 'between whom and us he now in- After colds fever and helped mend them me; I to you" In such cages'It Is better
ing a cure. That dandruff is a fore- hypocrites in the church, when in terposes." crease similar of ills body there impurities is an inThat Askyourneighborf u why we ny, to has rely won on a world-wide medicine that approval
runner or cause of loss of hair is doing so he proves that he is him- the kidneys must filter from than on something

not true, according to many research self the worst of hypocrites. are the overtaxed blood. If and the fail kidneys to remove excess Doan.'.Pin,.They less favorably have been winning known. new Use
workers. All of these excuses do not hide Humor and Gravity'Twas acid and other harmful waste, there la I I friends for more than forty years.Be sure
poisoning of the whole system. |to get Door.'..Sold at all drug stores.
.. the fact. that in
The federal trade commission of self-will he is rejecting

the United States, after an investigation God's will for his life in the saying of ,an ancient
of dandruff, states that there is Christ. At the end of that road he sage that humor was the only test DOAN' PILLSI

no proof that dandruff is due to any will have to meet the judgment of ,of gravity, and 'gravity of humor.
infection. In Public Health Reports, God upon sin. God reads the heart For a subject which would not
; Washington, D. C., Dr. C. W. Em- knows the falsity of every excuse bear raillery was suspicious; anda
mons states that while a small and the real rebellion against Christ, jest which would not bear a serious Two Tragedies the other is to get it..And
yeastlike organism is always present which may be hidden from fellow examination was certainly There are two tragedies in life I the latter is the greater tragedy.- I
in the dry or greasy scales of men by smooth words and polite false wit.-Shaftesbury. -one is not to get your heart's Oscar Wilde.
dandruff. manners.

This little organism is known as Tear off that mask, unbelieving
:' the "bottle bacillus" and many investigators friend who may read these words. I

have tried in vain to Face the truth that, you are refus- THE SMOKE OF SLOWER-BURNING CAMELS GIVES YOU
I cause it to grow as other tiny organisms ing Christ's authority because you
are made to grow. Even are self-willed, and look squarelyat
those research workers who have the fact that "it is appointed unto EXTRA MILDNESS EXTRA COOLNESS EXTRA FLAVORLESS

been successful in growing this or- men once to die, and after this com- ,
,. ganism admit that they have not eth the judgment" (Heb. 9:27, R. V.)
been able to cause dandruff in III. How Men Reject Christ ( / gnvpY J WJ yOQM1Y
any vv. w'w.VN/Yf."A'T
< } vfti',>.:;+:: i f ' scalps by inoculation with it. 19, 20). I IT'S

Instead of trying to infect a nor- Deceit and treachery of the vilest AN D 0 r <;, SWELL TO GET THAT
mal scalp and thus perhaps cause kind marked the rejection of Christ
dandruff, it was decided to inocu- by Israel's leaders. They feared the EXTRA MILDNESS

late an individual who already had people, and lacking the authority to I 0 x1JT IN A SMOKE AS TASTY
dandruff and to measure whether condemn Him themselves they had
this inoculation caused any increase to obtain some evidence under ,. AS.A CAMEL THERE'SNOTHING
j in the time required to develop dandruff which'the Roman law would,have to ,vks V4 ; LIKE
in places where dandruff was sentence Him. It is significant that
extensive as compared with places they could not find one bit of real CAMEL FORFLAVOR
in which dandruff was absent or evidence against Him and had to P1
scant. The dandruff did not appear proceed by trickery and treachery.
any sooner in the inoculated spots Christ rejection in our day is justas NICOTINE
than in the other spots. deceitful and treacherous, although : ,
This that it does not often appear so
proves, with our pres-
outwardly. As a matter of fact the
ent knowledge at least, dandruff is than the average of the 4 otherlargestselling ,
not likely due to the organism that leaders ef Israel were outwardly po'
, cigarettes tested-less than
hitherto has been lite and careful. They sent spies }
blamed .
for it. AMERICA'S No. 1 SKIER -
of them-according to independent
who could "feign themselves to be any
I ; The that above information does not just men." They "feared the peo scientific tests of the smoke Itself. DICK DURRANCE r
- mean something should not be pIe" and did not dare to
; speak open-
done about dandruff.
the cause ly against Him.
: is found the
frequent use of
soap No matter which
way man may THE
and water the
on scalp or the use turn in seeking for an excusefor his
of various proprietary preparations I rejection of Christ, if he is honest SMOKE'S
should be
The cleansing he will have to admit that he has
and rubbing of the scalp in itself is dealt deceitfully with God. When he I THE
helpful in that it not only loosens does that, he is ready in repentance-
and removes scales but stimulates and faith to take Christ as his THING !
-the circulation of the blood in the Saviour and Lord. .
scalp. =





News I orange. pastry. FINAL BOWLING SCORES I Affilliated Team I R. Kelly................. 172 147 137

The Clewiston I; ORANGK PASTRY Lanier ............_.......129V 136 131 Nail ....................:..134 123 136

I, Ingredients: \i/2 cups sifted flour, Merchants Swayne ..,*............._.134 104 112 Collier .....................119 128 122

every Friday in Clewlston, 3i tsp. salt, grated rind of 1 or- Stone ......... ........... 158 190 137 Weaver .........._:...... 14 3 142 141 TOTAL _................ 653 592 :;.: 662
published NEWS, ..................__ 146 164 159
Florida, by the CLEWISTO ange, 1-3 cup shortening, and or- Lovvorn ..;.;:;..:.,....:157 142 137
Inc. ange juice (about 3 tblsp.). Schroeder ............... 169 136 130 Sub .._.;.....:.;... :..'....... 96 Kiwanis _

Blend rind and Martin ......:............165 169 134 Owen ...........;.,......;. 113 130 Lawrence ... ............ 193 '156. 176.,"
I KCATHL.KY BOWDE.V Cdicor grated orange George ....................140, 155" 187 TOTAL ....-............ 659 637 651 .
shortening; chill. Sift and measure Doke .....................122 123
... ...........778 814 747
flour, add salt and sift again. Cut TOTAL :*!<: Tippey ....................... 143 163 138'

Entered as second class mail matterFebru8.r shortening into flour until par- U. S. S. Corp. Comm. I Commissary Markette ...............130. 121 .
Office in ............. :......189 160 149 '
1927, the Post Hager : .
) 1 I __.. Wilcox .................... 123 183 I
Florida, under tho Act ot ticles are, about the size of navy .. Waters .......... 142 188 132 199Miner
Clewiston Waters ... ........_..... 164 150 124 .
March 3, 1897. beans. Sprinkle orange juice, a Oliver _....................130 117 Hager ..-............:.:.:.: 143 126 134 ...................... 151 160

little at a time, over flour mix- Logan ......:....:.........,138 128 163 Bass ......_...:...:.......:. 124 I TOTAL ...............716 774 796
Toss lightly with fork until Kolstad ................... 139 148 123 ,
Subscription Hat $.OO Per Year. ture. a Kinsey ..............._.....126 143 :Merchants ., :=
Rates On Application. large, damp lumps are formed. Kolstad ................._.. 176 131 Logan ..............;::;.....::125. 120 '128 Stone .::..................184 167' 143 : .
Advertising Continue until all the flour is TOTAL ....... 748 757 684 Oliver .. ................."- 125 108 Schroeder ................ 110 132 141

dampened. Press gently together I!I ==. TOTAL ....... ........ 673 707 625 Martin ...................157 125 139

Devoted to the advancement and County.welfare to form dough. Roll pastry to fit, Kiwanis Clewiston Motors Charley .......,.........144 144 165 '

of Clew-leton and Hendry pan ((9-inch diameter by 1 % Inches 11 Markette ........;.-..;..... 127 158 Kelly ........_ .:.........148 97 168L. Sub ..........................122 121 123

deep) and place loosely to avoid I I Miner ....................._ 103 153 Kelly :..:............ 80 97 99 TOTAL ................ 715 689 711
the FFA stretching. Trim off extra pastry, I. Doke ...---. ._.________ -.._ 110 146 137
Our congratulations to beyond' ::: : ::::: -- -- -
their splendid work in the leaving i inch extending Ti-pp-ey : ::::::::: 153 127 --

judging boys on contests in Tampa. I edge of pan. Fold back'to avoid Wilcox v..................114 148 113 :N.:..:..:..:..:..:..,:.:.:.: :..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:NNNN:NNNNi :.' ,
double rim. Press with finger and Lawrence ................ 149 149 ;i .A.

Just because its hot today don't I thumb for fluted edge. Chill. TOTAL ...:.........._. 607 728 711 __.
that has come. Bake in a hot oven (450 degreesF. Affiliated Team
spring -
presume last week-end. .) 10 to 12 minutes. Makes one Weaver .................... 135 164 147 A
9 9-inch diameter by 1 /-inch deep Swayne ...................152 160 151 ; A

Hitler gobbles up another coun- pie shell, or one 8-inch diameter:; Rosenberg ............. 132 154 157

has another in his hand andis by 1 ; -inch deep, unbaked crust Owen ......................117 180 117 :

try ready, to make a grab for another. with strips, for fruit or berry pie. Lovvorn .................156 191 128 A
And still the Lend-Lease Bill debate And here's the filling for the pie! TOTAL ...............692 849 700 ;

continues.The Orange Buttermilk Custard (
U. S. Engineers

Ingredients: 1 cup sugar, 3 tblsp. Cuttino .................... 94 134 103 .: :W W \ / ..
city charter is being changedto : flour, % tsp. salt, 3 eggs, 2 cups.I Hartsfield .......... .... 86 113 134 '_. & ''S NOT :!:

provide for a nominating primary buttermilk, and 4 tblsp. melted but- D. Smith .................:''139 110 88 _: MADE OF BANANAS :i:

for city elections and for I ter. I Thomas. .................... 150 144 94 :. A.r.

election every two years. Thereare i I I To make the filling, blend sugar Clark .....................117 108' 122 IDr CF A
other changes proposed but and flour well, add beaten egg TOTAL :.-.............586 609 541';i.' &lNdN4 IISUUINI .f.:.
these are the important ones. yolks and buttermilk and then ,the Kiwanis :{ 0:

melted butter. Fold in stiffly Ezelle ..:;.............-:...... 84 130 : X ,

Another oil company is now pros- beaten whites and pour into the Miner ...................... 146 143 93.

pecting in Hendry County. If pre- pastry lined pan. Bake as in Tippey .......-...........175 116 :? 0

vious searches have really proven recipe above. The fruity, orange- Markette ................ 182 141 142'', .X

that petroleum deposits lie.in quan- flavored pastry gives unusual interest Wilcox ............ ....... 137 107 :} f

tity beneath us another oil com- to this custard pie. Lawrence ........:........ 115 '' : t
: )
pany is not likely to let the cat out Doke ........................ 127 101'; t :; I : : ;

of the bag. But some wildcat Sugar Cooperative TOTAL ................724 643 573 ,,;.. ''''..'.;-. '" ([ ii Jj7f1'ir' : ':'" '','tf'". .' ,,- ..:..,
operator might do so one of these ,. .,,' .:.
days. Formed In Belle U. S. Sugar Office :::: ..;... :
Von Mach ...............180 135 178'' (Explanation on Pae Eight) :::

Bell ...............*....... 155 112 164 ?

,.:.=..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.. :..:..:..:..:..:..:-! I r Glade Friday Night Shelley Crochet ................................:.....130 107 119 140 '111'120 '.:_. Regular savings every pay day enable ._.

Ward .-.....................138 165: 158 A A
RAMBLINGS A group of twenty independent TOTAL ...............710 671 731 :: you to reap the fruit of your efforts. Save :;:
S farmers of the Belle Glade area A A

By B. B. met last at week Belle and Glade formed on Friday'the nucleusof nightof Griffin .......City.........Team..:208 138 153Crawford I:_A;: for education for the children-a homeindependence :A:;::'

.......;........150 160 144 ,A. A

.:N:.:H.N H N N NN N.N.M..N:..:..:..N NNN.M:N 1N. :' an organization independent for the purposeof Boone -.............:....... 147 147 161 .._:: and .:.
forming an grow- Charlie ........:..........134 138 security. +
which will attemptto
it has looked like Old ers cooperative Allen .........................162 121
Well, manufac-
around here with Mrs. promote a new sugar Small ...................... 142 162 ? 1
Home Week and obtain from the
and the Simpsons back turing plant TOTAL ........:....... 801 708 758 X X
Scharnberg Department of Agriculture a new A A
In town. Wish we could keep them sugar quota. + f
indefinitely) U.' S. Engineers y.. y
., Howard Haney was elected temporary Cuttino ...................128 133 157 + ':'
chairman and James A. Ball, Clark .............. .......... 127 136 107 .. 'Y..
The weather continues to play A
secretary and they will gather Thomas .................... 107 90. A ?
tricks onvus, but think what it's statistics and information to be Miller ........=.:........... 14278 A 0

doing to people in other parts of presented at another- meeting to be R. Smith .........:..:......'179 121 101 A A

the country. We've had little cold held tonight in the Belle Glade Hartsfield. .............. 123 100 + .1 y

weather but it has come at un- town hall when definite, plans for ...............683 591 555 .. '................ .............. ......
TOTAL f-:":"i"i"i"i tt"i"i"i"i"i i"i-:":":-:":":NN:NNNNNNNN: : : : : : : : :-: : : : : : : :-: : : :N..
expected times. I the, cooperative will go into effect.
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------ -
I The meeting was open to alII .:..;..:..t..:.:vx..jMMX<_:..:..:_:..:..:..:_ .:..:..:..:..:.::..:..:-------------i: : .
Someone said the other day Mi- N N N N N H N. .N N.N. ..i.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.H.N.N N:N N .,
small independent cane growers. ,.1 1:N--:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N N:M:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N.N.N.N.M.N.N.N. .N. .N. .N.N. N N N N N N
ami wasn't having quite the tourist .S"=. :...
Through the efforts of the Unit- AAXX
season it expected. And we won- yy _
ed States Sugar Corporation a A
dered why all these people who .1....
cooperative composed largely of : :
.have been going through here didn'tgo YY h
growers from the East side of the A
there. If they had, the city ....
lake was formed more than a year :::: ENJOY AN
would be filled to capacity. There'sa JJ : YY
and although all plans were ,:
continuous stream of cars in ; .-: ::::::

both directions, and every tate in made for erecting a sugar house, :::: it'1t '. '..' .:..+
in \
at least a majority of the stock :
;:., :
the Union is represented nearly A.ELECTRIC:4
which would have been owned by ii t. :
every day. the independent growers, the government ;- :::: 1Ig, ; ; ::

And if you* have* *any friends- is considered would not probable give a that quota.It the. ri! <;: .. ,..: : '.'.> '" H 0 M E ....' ::, .\ ./ ;,, :i:::.

Hot to speak of relatives/-from new cooperative is being planned ...,, .f; :,'-, : ''''''":3:;;; -. 'l .., :: .:>.. :' '.: ':"
other parts of the country, the I.< .- ::::
along much the same lines but the ; ; ;1.f i: :. :: : ;
:::: .... .. '
,. -- -
chances I
are they've dropped in on -- : .' i
sugar corporation is not participating ++ AV ; _;,F. : :jig:::
you during the past mouth. in the new organization. ...... '

crowded When Ramblings the Clewiston takes News a forced gets FFA Boys Speak At :::;: Electricity is the modern servant ; a servant thaf :: :

'vacation. Hence no column last Kiwanis MeetingJoel i ** takes care of both the work and the pleasures of the :
week. We did want to tell you

that the home-grown menu at the :i:::t:: home and one that will do everything quickly, efficiently *..*..

President's dinner went over witha .:..:. ..-..
Keen, vocational agricul- I and economically.i ; ;
bang. If had .
anyone any qualms '' '
ture teacher in the Clewiston school, .... : :
about the excellence of the mo- A y
lasses-fed beef, it was dispelled. ing brought Wednesday with him night to Kiwanis at the meet-Inn :;::i: One penny will toast 26 crunchy slices of toast, or ::::i:

tables Local meat and "Palm celery, Beach lettuce,Countyice vege- two judging-teams members of, which his Future placed Farmer at the I:: _::i: give your eyes two hours of safe reading light or operate : ::

cream" were all considered Tampa Fair contests recently and :::;: your radio for most of a, day-and-ELECTRICITY is **
superior by the visitors who attended -

the dinner. very the Kiwanians interesting were account treated of to the a :i::i: one thing that gets cheaper the more of it that you use. :._;.:3.:;. ri

= ?
Tampa trip and the contests. .... :

We have a new picture show- Phillip McLeod was a member 'of :::i: That is why it is so easy to have and enjoy a home :;:':;:
almost. No one seems to know :....
the fruit and vegetable judgingteam I' :
just when it will be opened. But I. which placed fifth in the fifty- :;::::: that IS all electric and mo d.t i';
the building looks and YY
very enticing two teams competing and he described Y : yy
"we hope it won't be too long now. yyy
the trip to Tampa and the ?
!Mrs. Davis told the News that she yy
details of the fruit and vegetable yy

was be just perfect"waiting for for the"everythingto opening. : contest.of the livestock Elbert judging Hooker team, member which ::_::t ELECTRICITY IS YOUR CHEAPEST SERV- : :::

I ..
We've heard rumors that, due to T .
: placed fifteenth among the 108 \
the defense program, shipment of chapters competing, described this .:" .....
certain equipment,
specifically a part of the contest and recited de- UAy
lens, has been delayed. tails, of the trip homeward. :; '. ANT-USE IT EXTRAVAGANTLY.s .
Several of the Kiwanis members .;
,, I 'i.
And the ; y I .
state highway board expressed themselves as being high- ." .oT.:'. :'.
has finally set April llth as the ly pleased with the results of the '::" ::' .:./.
opening date for the new South contests which gives a basis for 'fy" j ff

'Bay-Fort Lauderdale road. That showing the splendid results of ::::: '."4,":'" ::'::: c

has been delayed as long as the the vocational agriculture course .! .. .k .: ._..
:'.Z. ''
building of Clewlston's new pic- .. :
under Mr. Keen's instruction. It :. :. .:...
'ture show. And we are looking pointed out for '
'forward to it with a great deal of Pahokee High School which
'pleasure. has been sending teams to the i Glades Power and Light Co. ii
Speaking of home-grown menuswe Tampa Fair for six years placed ;
have a new recipe which was only eighteenth and forty-third in .:.' A

sent out by the state extension serv- the two contests.It fX +

l' ice. We haven't tested It yet but : was largely through the efforts xx

it sounds most interesting and will of the Kiwanis Club that the :,, : A

find its Way on our table before agriculture courses were providedin i .:" ............ .. .......... .... ...... .. ... ...... ........ .............. .:...f.
:.. .. ,. .. .... .... .. .: : : : : : .x.It NONN : : : : : :-: : : : : :-: :-: :-:-:-: : : : : : : : : :-:-: : : : : : : : :
long. It's a new orange pie, with I the local school this year. i It tN.....:....:..vN.._'......._......:_..:_..:._._..:",..:_.i.,..:o.!."..:....:.-...:....:_..:.-.:.....:....:_..:.-...:.-...:.-y...._......-....-.................................................-.,....-.._............0................. ,.. ................""..........................................................:......_. .........._....."<:19 L:


I Mrs. Judson W. Francis and Dr. English To Fill I white linen cloth and decorated The meeting was opened by '.he .

I daughters, Mary Catherine and with flowers. On it stood a yellow vice-president, Paul Puilen, Rind J

Judith, of Cana} Point, are spending Pulpit Here SundayA and green birthday cake with nine after roll call a business se'islon \

r L Personals ] this week with her parents, green candles. was' held! and details of the. Fa-: ,he'-

Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Ward. We had songs and games and Son banquet discussed. The u et-

telegram was received this had refreshments of ice cream and tag was then turned over to Aaron

MRS. SMALL HOSTESS AT BRIDGEON morning by the pulpit committee of cake. Bobby was given a gift by Knight of the program committee.A .
BIRTHDAYMrs. the class, a fountain and bot-
SISTER'S pen number of
Mrs. R. Y. Patterson spent tin the Community Church stating games were enjoyed
week-end in Jacksonville.Mrs. that Dr. Edward Scott English, ex- tle of ink with an appropriate card I such as drawing: a tail on the pig
G. H. Small entertained with president of the Presbyterian Board ,signed by each member of the and tossing peanuts in the can.
two tables of bridge Friday eveningin I third grade. Mrs. Berner was our Songs, were then and music
A. R. Broadfoot and Mrs. of Church erection and a board sung
celebration of the birthday of I guest also. by Aaron Knight and his
on' guitar
C. M. Allen were visitors In Moore member of Sunnybrook School
Haven; Tuesday. her sister," Mrs. Charles Meyer, of Long Island, would be here Sunday 1 The' entertainment committee was much enjoyed. r
New York City, who arrived the i was Richard Knight and June Collier. -
morning to fill the pulpit at Aaron Knight was elected president
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence R. Bit- night before, for a visit.A the Community Church for the I j The' decoration committee of the FFA chapter for the.
were high score prize was awarded o'clock service. was Kay Bowden and Harry remainder of the just before
ting, and Mrs. Burogoyne eleven J year .
visitors here this week. at each table, with Mrs. H. A. Dr. English is said to be an able. Vaughn. Prizes were won by the meeting closed. .
I I Skippy Cothern and Margaret Him-
Bestor and Mrs. S. L. Crochet win-
Mrs.-- them., Other players were speaker and everyone is urged to rod. Mrs. R. H. Knight made the SONNY VAUGHN, Reporter.Is .
Mr. and Stephen Furse of ning take this opportunity of hearinghis
Tuesday of Mrs. J. W. Francis, Mrs. G. B. birthday cake for us. '
Atlanta were guests sermon. He is spending a few
Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Smith. Rackstraw, Mrs. Carl Berner, Mrs. weeks in Florida on vacation. EIGHTH GRADE NEWS :Your Subscription Paid?
Virginia JordonMrs.. M. E. Von

Mr. and Mrs. ,R. C. WIlsonand Mach and Mrs. C. E.' Miner.G. BAPTIST REVIVAL CONTINUESThe By Marilyn Davis .
We are happy to have two new
Mrs. W. H. Lanier were visitorsin I WANTED TO RENT-Would like
HOME members to join us in bur classes.
Fort Myers Tuesday afternoon. A.'s MEET revival at the First Baptist I to rent a house in Clewiston.
I names are Richard Pape, and
Church continues with good crowds Talmadge Burkett. Harold Magill, plantation machine
Mr. and Mrs. N. V. S. Mumfordand -- The Leola Brothers Junior G. shops. \
and heart-searching messages by
Most of the 8th holding
Mrs. Edmund Blake were West A. of the First, Baptist Church met Dr. G. H. Crutcher. Those attend grade are
the home of Kathryn Dyess fora their heads up as we are pass-
Palm Beach visitors Tuesday. at
ing have returned home after each
i ing Lincoln's Gettysburg, addressin
business meeting. Every mem- FOR RENT-Small furnished apart
uplifted and
service spiritually
Mr. and Mrs. Campbell E. Nail i ber and three visitors were present. richer for having attended. Mess- our History. All but just a ment. F. L. 'Willia nson. if.
few have learned it. Will we ever
spent a few days in Miami on busi-: Sandwiches and cola were served I twice
have been given daily, I
: ages forget it? I doubt it seriously.
ness the latter part of the week. I to Margie Allen, Ruth, ,Emrich, Have
9 a. m. and 8 p. m. you Woe to us! Test week is next
I Billy Arnette, Wilma Tingle, Vir-
availed yourself of hearing these?
I week. We must buckle down and -
Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Storey of ginia Turner, Wanda Shelfer, Kathryn The revival will continue throughout start reviewing. CLEWISTON

Miami were visitors in Clewistonthis Dyess, Carolyn Robison, Mary next week.A (I TINNING & PLUMBING ,SHOP

week. Jack Bussell, Nadine Andrews,
goal of 110 has been set for FUTURE FARMERS CHAPTER Anything in Plumbing Fixtures
Christine Espenlaub, Shirley Benbow I(I
the attendance in Sunday School ,, HELD REGULAR MEETINGThe Prompt, Efficient Service
Mrs. Charles Meyer of New York Betty Lou Emrich, June Collier
Sunday and it is anticipated that I I' --
City is spending this week here Joyce Phillips, Marilyn Shelfer, PETER CHRISTENSEN, Mgr.
we will exceed this number. We Future Farmers of America
with her sister, Mrs. 'G. H. Small. Shirley ,Kruger, Joan Walker, Betty -
cordially, invite you to attend if held their regular meeting in the
----' Stough and the counsellor, Mrs.E. ..
you are not in Sunday School else- agriculture room Monday night at JJ.
W. M. Bigg were
Mr. and Mrs. E. Kelly.WEDNESDAY. '
visitors in West Palm Beach Saturday where. Preaching services on Sun- seven o'clock., '_ M. COUSECounselor
day will be at 11 a. m. and 7:30p.
m. The Training Union will and Attorney at Law
is preceed the evening service. Come, 50c ADDITIONAL SAVINGS! If Hopkins Building
Wilbur Goff of Key
few in Clewistonthis I bring your friends to all' of these you clip this ad an'd bring' it Wednesdays and Saturdays
spending a
Mrs. G. B. Thomas entertainedher services. with your radio to Sears' modern, 0:30 to 4:00
week. bridge club at the ClewistonInn completely equipped service- depart-

Mrs. Hubert Land were Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. D. ':..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:":..:..: :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:. ment. Worth 50c on labor on any Glasses Scientifically Broken Lenses
Mr. and G. Alston won high prize and received radio repair. Fitted and Repaired DuplicatedDR.
in West Palm Beach Tues-
a bottle of cologne. Mrs.R. F, D. GUDBAUR

day. H. Hall, winner' of cut prize, Birds f the EvergladesBy RJIf; O'E"HU'' kA: ,to: C" Optometrist ,

-'-- received a talcum and soap set. _,_ .'....". I Phone IDS 5 Collier Arcade
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur King were
Chicken salad, wafers and coffee ( Willard E. Dilley) I Fort Slyer. Florida
business visitors in- West Palm 1000 1st Street, Ft. ,Myers, Fla. Successor to K. H. Oakley

Beach Saturday.Mrs. were served to Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, .*..:..:..:..:..:..***J..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:..:..:..:**J*.****..**.J:. '"
Mrs. W. H. Lanier, Mrs. Carl John-

son, Mrs. L. C. Miller, Mrs. R. N.
and Mrs.
J. W. Ezelle were visitors in West Smith, Mrs. Keathley, Bowden, Mrs. ] Johnson's Fish CampNear
Alston and Mrs Hall: HOMEOWNERS
:Palm Beach Saturday. Any grouping of birds accordingto
color is merely for convenience ( Hurricane Gate)

3IRS. SCHROEDER WINS FIRST and indentificationand 'I
John H. Maloy, Jr., of West in description Clewiston, Fla.
does not indicate family
Palm Beach was a business visitor I Boats and Motors-Guide Service

here Tuesday.Mrs. tionships.One Rates Reasonable
Mrs. H. :H. Turner was hostessto ,
and most
members of the ,Evening Bridge of the birds largest in this is com-the W. H. Johnson, Mgr. .
wading area I
Mrs. W. P. '
H. T. Vaughn, :
Club this week. Mrs B. J. Blue Heron. The Florida
Vaughn, Sr., Mrs. N. V.' S. Mum- Great
Schroeder, winner of first prize,
variety is known as Wards Heron.It I '
ford and Mrs. Edmund Blake were
and Mrs. R. C. Wilson, winner of its bluish-
be recognized by
visitors in Miami"Wednesday. may
14'0- :* second" "" prize, received, : novelty_ bags.A grey color and, in the adults by the MECHANICAL, STRUCTURAL :
salad Hof chicken salad, neck. In ARCHITECTURAL DESIGNS
course black crown and light
Mrs. E. C. 'Mills, Mrs. J.: W. Mo- '
hot biscuits' and coffee was servedby the head and neck are '
ran, Mrs. H. T. Vaughn and Mrs.F. the young 'Maps Estimates ,
Mrs. Turner to Mrs. Schroeder, Little Blue Heron is
'' grey.,, The
visitors in
M. Rodriguez' were JOHN H. DOTY
West Palm Beach Friday.. Mrs* Wilson, Miss Mae Paltrier, Mrs. much smaller being about the size YOU DON'TNEED ..

R. ,C. Nowling, Mrs. W.. H., Lanier, ,. of the Snowy Egret. It is much Engineering Consultant '

Mr. and Mrs. Carl Johnson, 'Mrs. C. E. Nall, Mrs. Blanche Turn darker than the Great Blue. The I I Hopkins Bldg. Clewiston, Fla. CASH FOR YOUR

Jimmy and Leif. Johnson, spent the er and Mrs. Roy Alston. immature of this species as stated .

week-end with relatives in Sara- in a previous article is white. Birds -' REPAIRS or REMODELING
BOBBY BERNER CELEBRATES changing from the white to the

. sota. NINTH BIRTHDAY WITH blue plumage present a curious ..Noo #>. ........!- l /t .
Mr. and Mrs. 'R. E. Duff of WEINER ROAST mottled effect. The Louisiana TRY RUMFORD TODAY- I

Waukegan, Ill., and Mrs. J. T. Heron has much the same coloringon Irs THE DELAY
Duff of Mt. Pulaski, Ill., returned Bobby Berner celebrafed his the, upper part of the body as I WAY NO '

Wednesday to, their homes after a eighth birthday Friday evening the Little Blue but the under partsare RED TAPE:

visit here wtih Mr. .and Mrs. F. with a weiner roast at his home, to white. Two other herons

Deane Duff Which he. invited the neighborhoodboys known as Bitterns are light brownin -

I including Skippy Cothern, color. The American Bitternis ; j
Mr. and Mrs. Carawan Nelsonof Kim Kolstad, Kay Bowden, Bub and near the size of the American J

Jacksonville were visitors in Gene Mills and Richard Knight.I I Egret but with shorter legs and ) BishopWilsonLumber

Clewiston Monday and Tuesday. Mr. neck. The Least Bittern is the 7 7a" 1

Nelson until recently in chargeof MARGUERITE: L. BROWNE smallest of the Herons, being no a 1.I Co.CLEWISTON .

the Clewiston sub-office U. S. ENTERTAINS WITH PARTY larger than a Blackbird.The' '-.I

Engineers,' returned for the hearing Florida Crane is a large bird A4 'I i FLA.

conducted here. Miss Marguerite L. Brown of and could be confused with the \oi ivc -."., ;O-.c r j
'r"'lr I
Belle Glade entertained with din- ,
------- -'& a Great Blue 'Heron. The Crane g ADpI

Mr. and Mrs Willard F. Simpson ned, party at the Clewiston Inn however is more tan than grey and -: 1

of Massena, N. Y., arrived Wednesday evening complimenting has a patch of bright red on the .' f'1 Q I 0L
Sunday for a few days in Clewiston. Miss Beulah Mitchell, of- South Bay front of the head. all-photphata <:

-They are guests of Mr. and :Mrs. and her fiance, Hugo Boe, of Pa- ,All Northern ornithologists thrillto dovblt-actlng t N.t.

H. C. Kolstak. Mr. Simpson was hokee. The wedding of Miss Mit- see the Limpkin. It is a bird ;' FREE. Send for new booklet, contilnlng' i
dozens of bright ideas to improve your bak: I I I
called to Clewiston to testify at the chell and Mr. Boe will be an eventof more often heard than seen, its fag .. Address:Rumford Baking Powder '
March 9th at Winter Haven 'the Box N,Rumford.Rhode Island.
Engineer hearing this week. wierd cry coming from the marshes
home of, the bride. it seldom leaves.- When seen it is

visit- short, flights just ------------- -- - - -----------
Miss Brown honor its --------- -
Walter Davis, who has been presented the i usually during

I ing his sisters, Mrs. C. J. Lovvorn guests wit. }__a set of butter spreaders : over the tops of the marsh plants. I C..:..*..#..!..:..*..J..J..J..*..J..:..J..5HX :..:..:..:..:..:..:.. :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..,:..:..:..:..:..

and Mrs. B. B. Wilson, for ,the past in their chosen pattern of silver. Its awkward wing flaps and dang- t

two weeks, left Sunday for his Miss Mitchell received 'also' a corsage ling legs are quite characteristic.It FinestResidential !
-,7 home in Fort Worth, Texas. Mr. of sweet-peas and rosebuds. is dark brown with flecks of a 'i' : '

and Mrs. Lovvorn, Mrs. W. H. Guests at the dinner were Miss lighter color scattered over the

Lanier and Miss Lee- Pridgen accompanied Mitchell and Mr. Boe, Misses Helen body. :.t r_ Plot ,

him to West Palm Stokesberry, Dot Scott, Elizabeth There are several other waderstoo 3

Beach. Thompson, Betty Russell, Pat rare in this section to requirethe '

Clause, and Johnnie Harrell, Jr., attention of the amateur bird ::: In Developed Section :?

Miss Helen Conroy of Bridge- Hub Spooner, Pinky Adams, Jim student. The Spoonbill 'with its '- .t.

port, Conn., and Miss Janice Con- W. Weirengae, Pat McGehee and peculiar beak and beautiful pink :. S 130 Feet Frontage. Facing Park .: :

roy of Derby, Conn., visited for a Sidney Smith, Jr. plumage is seldom seen. The -
few days this week with their Whooping Crane, a large white : All Improvements In :i=

cousins, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Ogles- EPISCOPAL CHURCH MAY bird with red areas on the headIs ';' ..

by and family. Miss Janice Conroy BE ESTABLISHED ON LAKE almost extinct. The Reddish ?

and Miss Julianne Oglesby spent Egret might be confused with the Y'? f

Monday in West Palm Beach, and The Rev. Raymond Kurtz of the Little Blue Heron were not the :

Mr. and Mrs. Oglesby and Nora Holy Trinity Church of West Palm former so rare. The Flamingo, .;. Prices Only On Personal Application t,

accompanied the visitors to Lake I Beach called on various familiesof with the exception of captive birdsis i '', (' 't

"Wales Tuesday. fc I the Episcopal faith 'in Clewiston found in the State of Florida .f

Thursday, and requested the Newsto only on the keys extending to the X:: :f

9 Emil Minder spent the weekendin make further announcement of south of the mainland. ,9'. ,

Clewiston with Mrs. Minder and the plans to organize an Episcopal IL. ?
J. Beardsley :
their daughter, Mrs. Keith Harts- Church in the Lake region.A :: : :f

field, and family. Mr. Minder is meeting has been called for l ?

to be chief engineer on one of the 7:30 Sunday evening in the Wo divot i tthj l :_ REAL ESTATE ,:

contracts on the American naval man's Club building at Pahokee and Y

base on the British island of Saint all who are interested in the or- THIRD GRADE. GIVES BIRTHDAY ::: PHONE 66 :

, ..' Lucia and has just returned froma ganization of an Episcopal churchare PARTY I

trip to the island. He was en requested to attend. Rev. Kurtz The third grade gave a birthday :. ART ,LAWRENCEEVELYN KELLEMSX"X"X .

route to New York when, here. and the Rev. H. I. Louttie, rectorof party for Bobby, Berner Friday t; Xl"
: ( "
Later, he and Mrs. Minder will ,Holy Trinity, will, conduct the afternoon on his 9th birthday. The b'

move, to Saint Lucia. meeting. .', teachers desk was covered with a ,! :" :": :":":' :,,:":":.:":":..:.:+:..:":":":":.):..:.. x..X"XK..X"FRIDAY :..;..:..:..:.-o.) '




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__. tttj father was naturalized,"

S.-Canada Boundary I! told him, "a year or two before HOUSEHOLD

I was born.' He, even used to talk

i- his.totally unfortified boundary about when he moved up out of the

lint, 5,600 miles long, is markedby :!1 y Indian class and got a right to vote." QUESTIONSPut
8,060 monuments or markers of, Lander's spine suddenly stiffened..

several different types. Some are "Are you sure of that?" he de a teaspoonful of honey into

merely cast-iron posts set in con- W. N. U. Service manded. "Trumbull claims there's each cored apple before baking.
crete. Others are aluminum- no record of it."
bronze posts that rise five feet. "But I have his I
the Carol Coburn Alaska born teacher. Is Carol and Kate O'Connell, nurse, set out papers, explained In setting table for guests allow -
the line through
Where .
"He sent them
Annoyed by Eric (the Red) Ericson. an agito find an'Indian baby reported abandoned out to me 24 to 30 inches for each -
Lakes and other waterwaysthe person
Great tator. She is rescued by a young engineer by Its parents. Sockeye Schlupp. an old so I could get my passports whenI if want them to be
in size and you com-
monuments range Sidney Lander. He Is working for the Trum- sourdough pal of Carol's dad, leads them was sailing for Europe." I ortable.
type from large concrete range bull company which Is contesting her to his shack where Lander Is nursing the "That means our battle's half .
markers, set in pairs on shores father's claim. He Is engaged to Trumbull's missing baby. It has been found by his dog. won,". proclaimed Lander.

and islands, to small manganese- daughter. But a new romantic spark is When Lander tells her he won't be long I "Why do you say our battle?" I To prevent the inside of the i

bronze posts along the shores of kindled Carol, however, Is on guard with the Trumbull company she asks "Why asked. Lander's face, as our glances cover of a catsup bottle discoloring '
And against her own emotions. not?" coat it with paraffin.
the more narrow waterways. locked, hardened a little. Then he
in important fishing grounds in, INSTALLMENT IV laughed his curt laugh. *

West coast waters the line is "Because you happen to be Klon- it seemed oddly paleolithic to be "Since I muddled into this thing," If water is spilled on the leaf of,
marked by lighted steel towers. he said, "I'm going to be bullheaded a book, put leaf between two blotters -
dike Coburn's daughter. And I don't squatting there on a bundle of hay,
Also, where the boundary line enough to see it through." and iron first on one side, thenon
relish the thought of working againstyou. dining on bacon and beans and sour-
through timbered areas a "But it's the other. Leaf will not crinkle.
passes It's your father's claim they'retrying dough bread. all so long ago, I objected -
30-foot vista has been cleared. clouded Lander "And you can't wreck your
to up on a helped me pack things "
when the meal career championing lost causes.
title. away was over."You're
"My career isn't wrecked. I'm E..l sigh't'8...r':::
"But I'm not sure that claim was facing this like an old-
Pull the Trigger on ever established." timer," he said. thinking of swinging in with the ;

And it was equally obvious that "I used to go out on the trail Happy Day outfit, in fact, just be- & \

Lazy Bowels and his right either to champion my with my father," I reminded him. yond the Matanuska." -.oo:
"You've been kind to me, I -
had "That's very
cause or control my destiny what I want to talk to -

Comfort Stomach too never been established. But, for you about," he said. "Can you remember -. said.uYou're.
all that, an absurd little robin of : his camp on the Chaki- easy to be kind to," Lan- GOOD '

When constipation brings on acid indigestion happiness stood up on the tip of tana?" der retorted with a quiet intensity

,stomach upset,bloating,dizzy my heart and started to sing. "I was never'there," I had to ad- that should have ,shifted my heart REASONS j
spells,gas,coated tongue,sour taste and "We can't go into'that now," Lan- action into high. But I had certain .
bad breath, your stomach is probably in mit."Then things to remember. tm WHYQUINTUPLETS
bowels der said as old Schlupp came it won't be easy to explain
"crying the blues" because "
don't move. It calls for Laxative-Senna your with an armful of stovewood. And what I want to," he went on. "Your acted."What does that mean? I ex- i

to pull the trigger on those lazy bowels Katie, a moment later, was announc- father had a real mine there. And
combined with Syrup Pepsin to save ing that you couldn't kill some chil- he must have known it." He leaned a little closer under

your touchy stomach from further dis dren with a club. All this little "Of course he did," I said. the swaying lantern. '
tress.For years,many Doctors have used "It means I'm' happier being with
papoose needed, she called out to us, "Well, so does the Trumbull out-
pepsin compounds as vehicles, or car- than with MUSTEROLE for
you anyone who walks this use
food. fit proclaimed my .
riers to make other medicines agreeable was companion."The I
to your stomach. So be sure your laxa- "Then she ain't a-goin' to kick the ,Chakitana Development Company good green earth.
tive contains Syrup Pepsin. Insist on bucket?" questioned Sockeye."Of 'always wanted a clean sweepof I was able to laugh a little. "Itisn't CHESTCLDSI

Dr.Caldwell's Laxative Senna combined course she isn't," said Katie. that valley bottom. They even green," I reminded him. "And
with Syrup Pepsin.See how wonderfullythe .
Laxative Senna wakes lazy nerves "But if I could lay hands on her fool sent me up there as field engineer"He you might also remember why you
up so nearly missed the boat at Se- Mother-Give YOUR Child
father him drawn
redskin I'd have
and muscles in your intestines to bring "
attle? Care!
This Expert
welcome relief from constipation. And and quartered.
the good old Syrup Pepsin makes this The old fire-eater's face bright- I could see his jaw muscles harden' At the first sign of a chest 'cold the
laxative so comfortable and easy on as he sat staring at me in the Quintuplets' throats and chests are
ened up with a new eagerness. with Children's Mild Musterolea
stomach. Even finicky children
your dim from the
light lantern.
it for he said made to promptly relieve
love the taste of this pleasant family "I'll do you, lady, product
laxative. Buy Dr. Caldwell's Laxative with a large and rounded oath. "Sam _"I guess I'm running a little ahead the DISTRESS of children's colds and
of schedule," he said as he rose to resulting bronchial and croupy coughs.
Senna at your druggist today; Try one Bryson was a-tellin' me that no-
laxative that comforts your stomach,too. account Injin's hidin' out in a hill his feet. I watched him, with a Relief usually comes quickly because
llusterole is MORE than an ordinary
camp up above the Happy Day small tingle of disappointment, as "salve." It helps break up local con-
Mine. And I'd sure relish roundin' he backed out of the tent opening. gestion. As Musterole is used on the
Our Vanity Hurt "You're not going away?" I cried Quints you may be sure you are using
That which makes the vanity of him up and ventilatin' his good-for- out above the whining of the wind. just about the BEST product made.
nothin' carcass." Also in Regular and Extra Strength for
is that
unbearable to
others us
"I'll bed down in the driver'sseat
up those preferring a stronger product.CHILDREN'S .
"No Katie said "that's luxurywe I
which wounds our own. La ," he casually remarked. And
can't afford. But he's going to
Rochefoucauld. in a few minutes' I could feel the
be made an example of by due proc-
tremor of the truck as he climbed
ess of law. And if either of you
aboard in front. I could hear
HOT SPRINGS MAY BE GREAT FOR I men will take Miss Coburn and the ,
him, a moment later, as he nested MILD
baby back to Toklutna in the truck
himself under his double blankets.He .
RHEUMATIC PAINBut I'll get help and push on to the .
wouldn't I knew be
; pa very com-
Happy Day and see that this baby In the Name Safety
this famous Prescriptionhas I killer is put where he belongs." fortable there. I even wondered, as "What's-making you so angry?"
I stretched out on the hay next to
helped thousands, too "I'll take Miss Coburn through to "Nothing much. I cut myself
blanket-swathed little if '
Toklutna he quietly 'announced. my papoose, with a safety razor, burned my-
Not everyone has got the money to visit wind and cold wouldn't drive him
"The Springs." But it doesn't punish And I could feel my pulse skip a back self with a safety match and,
cover where he had a !
:your pocketbook to buy Prescription beat.It nearly got run over while readingE
to be.CHAPTER.
perfect right
C-2223. This famous remedy brings you was Sock-Eye ,who crossed to always said he'd never sell a safety-first notice.:"

real grateful help for rheumatism'spain the door and looked'out."There's out," I. explained.to .
muscular aches, or rheumatic sure' a smell o' snow in V
fever. It does its work as an effective the air," he -warned. "We'd best find out how the land lay and 1 '

analgesic-thousands enjoy its pain- fix that truck more comfortableand corral any territory needed to round_ I was awakened, early the next At 11 f I
relieving action. Sold on money-back stick a shovel in between the out tKeir development work. It was morning, by Lander reaching in for OAUOsroAES

guarantee, 6oc or $r. 'Demand Pre your father's claim which cut their the lantern. The drifter was over,
blankets and grub bags. '
scription C-2223 by its full name. field in two and kept them from hav- he explained, but he'd have an hourof AOTTEE LAAGF t -"

ing full control." shovel work before we could hopeto Y.-Wd

CHAPTER IV "He always said he'd never sell climb back to the trail bed. $1.20 t
The Heart Knows
out," I explained."Of He hadn't slept any too well, I'm
We know the truth not only by
Before we were an hour out on afraid his
course he did, cried Lander. up on wind-swept driver's
the reason, but also by the heart. the road snow began to fall. "He may have been a lone-fire pros- seat. I detected a sort of glum furyin 1 hutgs l redRe ie,

Pascal.. By the time we were up in the pector, but he knew. he held a key his movements as he shoveled at

hills we had drifts to buck Whenit position there. And when they the snowdrift that embedded us.

was necessary for-Lander to stop couldn't buy him out they did what Even after I'd boiled coffee and

and get busy with his shovel, I'd they could to cancel on him." cooked breakfast for him he impressed -

ChjIdreSAES give: my Indian baby its needed at- "Then he had his patent?" I me as unnecessarily con- Art of Hoping
Patience is the art of hoping.-
tention and nest it down in its cocoonof asked. .' strained and silent.

SNIFFLING blanket-wool again, with only its "Yes; but they tried to cloud his It was late in the afternoon whenwe Vauvenargues.

Ni SNEEZING pinched little yellow face showinglike title by claiming his location lines got through to Toklutna.

a seal's at the bottom of a blow- were wrong.: The official survey, Miss Teetzel promptly ordered the

0 hole. Then we'd fight our, way on when his first twenty acres were pat Indian baby to the infirmary and GRAY H IRS

for another hundred yards or two. ented, showed the eastern limits of sent for Doctor Ruddock. Lander, bottle of.
Do you like them? If not. get a
So we ploughed on, feeling out the claim to border. on the ,Big ignoring the lady's glacial eye, qui- Lea's Hair Preparation it Is guaranteed thel to!

Anger Is Costly our way in the uncertain light: Squaw where that creek ran into etly asked me if I'd be good enoughto natural make your color gray; the hairs color a color they so were close before to ,

Anger makes dull men witty, but Twice, when we-slewed perilouslyclose the Chakitana. The Big Squaw, in give him my father's naturalization turning gray, or the color of jour hair that,',

it keeps them poor.-Bacon. to the ravine that yawned at the open season, has'a fine flow of papers.I has friends not can't turned tell gray the difference that you or or your your

our car wheels, I thought the end water. And you can't mine in Alas- had no way of knowing 'what money refunded. It doesn't make any dif-
what color hair Is and it is
had come. I could breathe more easily ka without water. I saw the 'Fair Miss ,Teetzel said to Lander dur- so ference simple to use-Just jour massage a few drops

when we were over the hump banks Exploration Company spenda ing my absence. But I didn't like upon the scalp for a few days per direc-
tions like thousands are doing.
t ervous Restless- and dropping down into the next year and a half bringing waterto the heat-lightning fire that glowedin Your druggist has Lea's Hair Preparation -

valley. their placer fields.. And Trum- those deep-set eyes of his as he regular, or dollar can secure bottle a of bottle Lea's for Hair you Preparation or a

g Yet even there the drifts and bull wants that water for his upper took the proffered document from will be sent udoYfafaes by
Cranky? Restless? darkness too much for We much he He studied it for moment us, upon receipt of One P. O.
G la rls l were us. shelf just about as as me. a money order or stamps. (Sent COD 12c
Can't sleep? Tire got off''' the road and bumped headon wants the claim." the lines of his mouth still grim. extra
B easily? Because LEAg TONIC CO., INC.
distress of monthly into a spruce stump. The old "How do you know all this?" I "I'll take this, if you don't"mind,"" Box 2055 Tampa, FJa.r7'act .

functional disturbances? Then try truck, with indignation boiling from asked. he said as he tucked away. "It'll

Lydia E.Plnkham's Vegetable Com its radiator cap, refused to go far- "Because I've seen the Trumbull] help to clear things up." .

pound. ther. I could see Lander's grim papers. And I made it my businessto I wasn't unconscious, all the while, 9ADVERTISING r r
Is famousfor
Pinkham's relieving pain Compound of 1rregularper1ods smile as I sat there staring out at I investigate some of the Trum- of Miss Teetzel's narrowed eye fixedon

and cranky nervousness due to such the flailing snow. There wasn't a bull moves. I know, for example, my face."There's .
disturbances.One of the most effective settler I felt within I should like
shack or sure, that while his engineers pretendedto one point I
medicines can buy today
for this purpose-made especially ten miles of us. be doing development work their to see cleared up," she announced,

for women WORTH TRYING "I suppose we'll have to sleep powdermen planted enough dyna- her lips pressed into a foreboding

out here," he casually announced. mite in the right place {io change the straight line. "Where did you spend =- ....--=--

"I suppose so," I agreed. ButI course of Big Squaw Creek. Then the night?"

wasn't as placid-minded about it they brought in a Record Office sur- "Why, in the truck, of course," I ADVERTISING

1 as I pretended. Lander, in fact, veyor who naturally found the Co- answered. "There was no place to the leadership ofa
stared into my face for a momentor burn location stakes all wrong." go." represents

two before swinging down from "The thing that puzzles me," ]I "And this man?" she questioned, nation It points the way.

"M the Traffic his driver's seat. Then he lightedthe interposed, "is why you're not loyal! with a (Second stony glance at the

primus stove and hung a lan- to the man you're working for." altogether unimpressed Lander. We merely follow-follow to

Would Bear" tern from one of the bows of our Lander's laugh was curt."II "Naturally, he slept in the truck new heights of comfort, of

little covered-wagon truck-tent. And you can't sense that," he said, too," I quietly acknowledged.The .

then, after shutting out the snow and "I can't explain it to you." He lemon-squeezer jaw took on a convenience, of happiness.As .

wind by closing the end flaps of the laughed again, less harshly. "Let's new line of grimness.

tarpaulin, he announced that he put it down to the fact that a man "I've an idea, Miss Coburn," said time goes on advertising -

0 There was a time in America was going to have a look ahead. can't work for a boss he doesn't the lady of unpolluted purity so icily is used more and more, t

when there were no set prices. He stayed away longer than I believe in." confronting me, "that your days in I

Each merchant charged what expected By the time he got back, I still found a blaze .or two miss- this school are quite definitely num- i and as it is used more we

in fact, I'd melted snow and had ing along that trail. bered." I all profit more. It's the way
he thought "the traffic would our coffee boiling on the primus "But why' should he call my fa It was Lander who spoke first.

bear." Advertising came to stove. The smell of that coffee madeour ther's claim a fraudulent one?" "What does that mean?" he said.I I advertising has-

little canvas-covered cave seem "Klondike Coburn, he contends, "It means, sir," was the icily
the rescue of the consumer.It homelike. And Canadian side "that there of bringing a profit to
rather my cave mate was born on the of enunciated reply, are

led the way to the estab- watched me with a ruminative eye the line." certain things this institution will everybody concerned,

lished prices when as I warmed milk and fed the qui- "That's true enough," I conceded not stand for. And you and your included
you pay
etly complaining Indian baby. Whenour "But what about it?" perilously ,modern traveling com- consumer

you buy anything today. papoose was back in its blanket- "A great deal. It means he wasn't panion have just been guilty of one

muffled basket, and we sat eating, a citizen. And the law says a pat- of them."

with the primus stove between us, ent can be allotted only to citizens." TO BE CONTINUED)

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J When people act that women used a mirror. /

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With cruel words
1 I
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j a.nd hfcvgKty looks "When you feel stale, go fora

They little know Irr long walk," advises someone.

taking: notes Probably a shoemaker.

To themzx.11 "All women secretly look upon
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in story D'bs I they're married.After that they do
books.IVTC 31e it quite openly.

..A *"! Some men wear spats; others
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When a person commits big-
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I knotted on several occasions. In NOTICE OK INTENTION TO APPI/V provisions of Chapter 4600, Lawsof
BeH closing seconds Jupiter scored FOR PASSAGE! OF Florida, Acts of 1897!! ; authorizing -
To the
Oil : SPECIAL, OK LOCAL LEGISLATION the issuance by the
the goal which gave them a one- City of Clewiston of revenue certificates -
point victory 22-21. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Thatat and bonds; providing
that the City of Clewiston
: Playing most of the game for the session of the Legislature of secure payment of bonds or revenue may-
I Started In This CountyLEASES the Tigers were: Lang and Casonat Florida: to convene In April, 1941' application certificates issued to acquire
\public utilities by
forward Mooneyhan at center will be made for the passage pledge of such utilities mortgage and reve-or
of special or local legislation, the nues therefrom
and Knight and Waters at guard. ; authorizing the
0:) Hooker substance of which will be aa fol- sale by the City of Clewiston of
For the Tigerettes ,
FILED BY PENINSULAR'ON and interesting to everyone. The lows: water and electric service; and
Mach and Broadfoot were forwardsand repealing all laws and parts of
129,151 ACRES OF LANDIN United States Sugar Corporationband Leiter and Slayter An Act relating to the City of laws in conflict herewith.
McDuffie '
THREE COUNTIESThe will be assisted by the school Clewiston, in Hendry County
guards. Florida; amending Sections 6 and DATED this March 5, 1941.
glee clubs and a vocalist is to be 7 of Article I and Section 2 of ELBERT L. STEWART.
Peninsular Oil and Refining obtained from West Palm Beach Article III of Chapter 10433 Laws
March 7, 14, 21, 28.NOTICE.
Takes HandIn of Florida, Special Acts of 1925,
Company of Florida recently fileda through the courtesy of Prof. F. Weather being an Act entitled "An Act to
lease at the courthouse cohering G. Sturchio, band director. repeal Chapter 9712 Laws of Florida -
Acts of 1923 and the Laws
the right to explore for oil on 129- A small admission charge will Golf TournamentAt amendatory thereto enacted. by

151 acres of land in Hendry Lee be made and it is probable that if the Legislature of Florida Session
1 of 1925, and approved May 14, Notice is
Counties representing Local Course hereby given that special
and Collier : is successful hereas 1925,
the program as and to provide for the crea- Legislation will be applied for at the-
acreage belonging to the Lee County is hoped that efforts will be tion of a municipal corporationto regular session of the Legislature of
Tamiami Land and .-- be known as the City of Clew- Florida in the 1941 In substance
Land Company in '
made to put on the program iston ,
in Hendry County Florida; providing for
"Old Man Winter" put "AN ACT Relating to
Trail Once
Development Co., Tamiami Pahokee, LaBelle and Moore Haven to fix and determine the terri- piston Island Drainage District tc-
Estates, Inc., Deep Lake Co., Ca- schools. the cramps into a golf meet at the torial limits. jurisdiction and Glades and Hendry Counties Florida,
Club. powers of said City and the Amending Section Nine of Chapter
Co., Florida Clewiston Golf (9)
loosahatchee Tropical Jurisdiction and of its
1 powers 13.626 Laws of Florida, Acts of 1929,
Timber Lands Corporation, the Due to a lot of cold weather and I, officers; and to provide a referen- and Providing for the Sale of Lands
State Road 26 To dum on the question of incorporating the Title to Which has vested in the-
Empire Land Co., and the Gulf the frost Saturday night quite a I said City," as amended Board of Supervisors of_Diston Island
Each of dropped out of by Chapter 13962, Laws of Flor-
Coast Realty Corporation. number of golfers Drainage District and Prescribing
the above holders received $10 and Open On April 11 the tournament and several more I ida, Special Acts of 1929, beingan the Manner, Terms and Conditions of
Act entitled "An Act to amend Such Sale
by Said Board, and GivIng -
'wUl collect royalties in the usual failed to qualify. in favor of put- I Sections three (3), six (6), and the Said Board Discretion in
u manner if the search for oil is successful. ting the old shoulder to the wheel. seven (7) of Article 1 and Sectionone Handling the Sale and Power to Fix
Pahokee March 6-FNS-The (1) and two (2) of Article III the Terms and Conditions of Redemp-
I,, Lou Betzner of Belle Glade takes of- Chapter 10433, of the Lawsof tions by the Owner of Such Lands at''
I state highway department has set Florida of 1925: providing for Time ,
workers with nice any Prior to the Sale Thereof,
and a
medal honors
Fifteen engineers and creating the City of ClewIs- and Fixing the Conditions
arrived in Fort Myers Tuesday to April 11 for the formal opening ,of 40-41-81. Emmett Shelley of ton. as amended by Chapter 12616of Board of Supervisors May Fix the

begin the $50,000 exploration sur the Hill Memorial Highway or Clewiston was a' very close second amending the Laws Section of Florida 1 of Article of 1927 II.:" Amount Redeemed for and Which Validating Said Land and May Con-be-

vey. J. O. Morgan is head of the State Road 26 from South Bay to with 38-44-82. Section 2 of Article V, Section 3 firming All Redemptions Heretofore
or Article VI, and Section 2 of Made By the Owner of the Property-
crew which will do the prospecting.They Ft. Lauderdale and the event will The match pairings are as follows Article IX of said Chapter 10433; ands Divesting the Title of Said Board'Upon
came' from Mississippi in be fittingly celebrated at the Ever- : providing for nomination of Redemption of Said District,
and trucks designed for glades Fair in Pahokee. candidates for Commissioner and Taxes and Validating and Confirming
eight cars
First' Flieht: -Lou Betzner (BG-, the holding of primary elections All Acts and Proceedings of the Board"of
the business. F. O. Eldred secondin The new road opens up a rich vs. Joe Wood'(; (LH). I empowering the City -of'Clewis- Supervisors of said District."
command said that operations district ton to construct, purchase acquire A copy of the proposed legislationmay
farming and provides a
Doc VanLandingham (BG), vs. own, lease or establish, be examined by any interested
would soon get under way and that central short cut state highwayfrom MHf. operate, maintain, extend, enlarge, person at the office of this districtin
work would start in Lee County.No north Florida to south Flor:: E. J. Bowyer ( ) reconstruct and improve one or Moore Haven.,
J. W. Milligan (BG), vs. J. W. more electric light plants or
actual wells will be drilled, ida cities at the junction of State waterwork plants or a combined J.' E. FRIERSON
Mosely (BG). '
Chairman of Board of
except for shallow shafts up to Road 25 from West Palm Beach A. Wells (BG), vs., Emmett electric and water system; expressly Supervisors of Diston Island
400 feet deep. Dynamite chargesare to Ft. Myers. withdrawing said City Drainage District.
exploded in these shafts and Shelley ((0). from the operative sphere of the March 7, 14, 21, 28, 1941.
Second Flight-Larry Nash (BG),
the resultant tremor is recorded by
Million Asked .
Half vs. W. L. Duncan (SB)

seismograph to show geological Luther Jones (BG), vs. Ralph ,:NNNNNN:MMMN:NMMMNN:N N:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:;.:..:..:..:M NN, :MNNMNMHN:N:NMNt '
structure, whether it is like that
For Lake MaintenanceIn Kirk (BG).
where oil is found. Soil sampleswill
W. C. Owen (C), vs. Jimmie Wil-
also be taken to be 'sent to
son ,(C). 5.
laboratories for analysis. his annual report to Con- Kit BowdenC .l.
Ken Swayne (CL vs. .:.
Other Surveys )IadeBo'th and gress Maj. Gen. Julian L. Schley ( )., I f J

the Sun Oil Company chief of army engineers, asked for All matches must be played by Xt

the Gulf Oil Company have pros- $40,000 for new work on the Sunday March 9.

pected for oil in these counties, the Okeechobee-Caloosahatchee projectand The losers' in the first round of t CLEWISTON GOLF t
Gulf firm spending four years in t -
lands. No $546,000 for maintenance with play in the, first flight will makeup ;
a survey of the same ..
the suggestion that the old lock the second flight. Losers in

reports of their findings have ever' and spillway: in the St. Lucie canalat the third 'flight will make up the : :f ..

been ,reported. Port''' Mayaca be _removed between ,'J ..
fourth flight. _
_, ; ,s.
"Oil companies won't give out I August and December of this This was' the original plan to be :

such information," explained Mr. year' upon the completion of then used and is 'going 'to be carried on, c:: : ,,';)' : t:

Eldred. "You never know where w St. Lucie lock. because most of the players are !;- .-:":<:: .: :::
oil until gusher comes in. .s.
there is a These items were a portion of expecting two rounds of match .. ..
All we know ourselves is that we the 2349.500 asked for work in play. .i' ;f: ,;.
were ordered to come here and be- BOB BAIR, : .
Florida and almost. 358 millions for Jt
I . gin explorations. Golf Club. ..
I waterway work in the nation. Pro Clewiston .. ",: :;' I I _
Collier lands on which first prospecting ._ "J .. ..
,- I
will be made are in the ; ". s i..
,The Salerno Shark Fishery an-
Lose _
south of Lee County. Then the Local Cagers nounced this'week that its 'new

Hendry crew will Counties move on to to continue Collier and the Two In JupiterThe shark tion soon.meal Shark plant will meal be will in be opera-sup- i

exploration., Some .of' their work plied to manufacturers of. dog cat i 'Open to the Public ] i iI

will where be their in, the special Everglades dual-tired country Tigers and, Tigerettes lost ,and poultry foods. .

equipment will be needed to get two fast games in Jupiter Tuesday I

through. night by narrow margins and the .............................................;................................... .:' i I ?..
were described by those who 0' .
) games .i.1 S. : '
c saw them as' the cleanest and hard- : .' ,}.
School Program To it1 .: ..
est-fought contests of the season. '
: i
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The Tigerettes played the Jupiter X XI '
Be Held March I I
girls on even terms during the ::1: BANANA OIL IS NOT MADE :;: f f
.---- first half and when it was over the _;. FROM: BANANAS ;010V YIY

An entertainment program which score was tied 18-8. The Jupiter The 'transparent. colorless :so :1: Moderate Green Fees ::
had been arranged for next Wednesday guards stuck closely in the second ::1: ;
.: liquid that is known as banana 4 I '"
auditorium half however to prevent' further ; :
night in the school oil is ''iso-amyl acetate, which 01. I =
and the .1. ;: Exceptional Fairways 1 ::
scoring Jupiter
has been postponed until :x: is produced by the union of ::: .' s

the following Wednesday night it I girls tossed three more baskets to .;. certain acetic. acids with amyl +_ :_: Interesting Greens :'I.:

was announced yesterday by R. W. win 14-8. Y alcohol. 'I. "Uncommon ;s; ..;' !.

Turk, principal. :The first half of the boys game X:: Knowledge"-Geo. W. Simp- .i/:

This program will be almost entirely ended 12-11 in favor of Clewiston A son. oi.v
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