The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00830
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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 14, 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: UF00028415:00830
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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BOWLING AWARDS Cornette Is Elected ,, BASS SEASON Couse Buys Abstract SUGAR NIGHT TO BE

,P Legion Plant From J. M. Blow


E. M. Cornette was I Attorney J. M. Couse 'on Sat-

NIGHT AT DINNERThe mander of Clewiston EFFECT HERE urday of last week purchased the BEACH KENNEL CLUB

Legion Post No. 93 at the Hendry County abstract plant fromJ.

meeting of the post at M. Blow of Miami and has

banquet honoring the mem- Tuesday night, succeeding season on. black bass placed it in his county judge's office Old "King Sugar" will wear the

bers of the 1941 bowling leaguewas Parkinson who has served, opens tonight at in the Glades County court- gold 'braid and carry the commanding -
mander during the year lasts until midnight house at Moore Haven with Miss sword at the Palm '
held last night at the Inn and Beach Ken-
was attended by; forty-six of the ing. in most of the state will! Louise as manager. It will nel Club on the night of Saturday.

fifty-six bowlers in the league with I Other officers elected Hendry County and operate under the name of the March 15, for on this night the

A. O. Ward present as photographer M/ 'Bishop, vice-commander; counties which operate Clewiston Abstract Company. Kennel Club is dedicating its en-
Mr. Blow has
and J. B. Alderman as represen- Thomas, adjutant; W. C. laws passed by the been doing most tire evening to the honor and rec-
of the county abstract work for
tative of the A. and B. Alleys chaplain; R. N. Miller, ognition of sugar cane in the Flor-
Parkinson in _the waters of the several years from his offices in ida Everglades, along with
where the tournament was held. and C. V. I carry-
Following a delicious dinner serv- i arms. in Lake Okeechobee in Miami and for a short time main- ing out the regular card of eleven

ed on the porch of the Inn, A. W. Installation of the new bordering the county tained Several an abstracts office in Clewiston. racing contests.:
have been
prepared -
Lawrence, president of the league, will take place at the ; throughout' the by Mr. Couse in his new There will be free sugar cane to

acted as master of ceremonies and ing of the post. as well as during the plant this week.BishopWilson. j' every person entering the gate on
made the presentation of the vari- I of the year. Glades and Sugar Cane Night. This sugar cane

ous awards. Several impromptutalks Picture Counties are operating I 1 has been supplied by the United
were made and there was law.; as that pass- Starts States Sugar Corporation in the

considerable good-natured banteringover County and La- interest of all growers and all of

the league results. The cap- Purchased By ,also has a similar Construction of Three the Florida sugar interests, and

tain of the team to which awards and Citrus Counties, by will be treated in such a manner

were made was presented with For Educational have a longer closed New Homes HereJ. that it may be maijed north to

the awards and the captain other Florida counties. some friend, or may be consumedat

then made the presentation to the ground established the track or"at home. On each
A modern moving ,: act in 1939 F. Tippey this week began the
members of his team. piece of cane will be the messageof
jector complete with in a'g'reater portion construction of two new homes for the
Everglades and its
The Merchants team, with Grat- sugar cane
ment has just been end of the lake will the Bishop-Wilson: Lumber Com- possibilities.
ton George as captain, won the and
the Clewiston school
open during the state pany and Paul Bussey will begin
coveted first place award, with a'used for the showing of Saturday night has been selected
The remainder of construction of a third one the
.714 average. This award is a film in the classrooms, 1 1 so that the citizens of West Palm
be closed. first of next week.
large gold trophy mounted on a Beach and Palm Beach may join
I I worked out by Principal ]l ,
parties have been visit-
I Mr. Tippey was laying out the with
hardwood base. The Sugar Office Turk. neighbors to the west
team of which Ed Ward is captain, I For some time; the this winter in foundation this morning for one of I I in making one glorious night to
numbers, and it is the homes located on Pasadana I( honor that
won the smaller gold trophy for students have wished to group which is pioneering -
this number will be Avenue adjacent to the two homes I'
second place and the City team school of the use of ed the production of sugar cane
won the silver trophy on bakelite'' films which may be it .becomes built a year or more ago by the and its possibilities in this stateto

base as the third place award. The I' the use of schools from fishing is permitted lumber companyand almost directly the residents of the northern

Sugar office had a .690 average extension department, but the closed season in ,south of this one on Ven- states, who may not thoroughly
I of the state tura Avenue another is laid out.
and theCity" .667. school has had no how vital Florida may
i Both will be identical in design. be in the supply of this needed
M. E. Von Mach, whose 163.3 [ using these films. Mr.
average was high for the tourna-: I the faculty have decided These two houses will be five staple, in the event that some

ment was presented with a large school should purchase IS CHOSEN FOR rooms with bath and small storage quirk of fortune might cut' off the
room with porte cochere'on the I shipments from
foreign countries.
gold trophy and Ed Ward, runner-I ment and attempt to pay I
west side. The interior will be
up for individual honors benefits and through Saturday night further has been
: plastered, exterior of novelty siding
also received a gold trophy slightly I by: the school itself. decided upon that the residents of
all floors of oak except in
", smaller. Jack Charley was third The projector is a. 16 nl the Everglades who might care to
with 154.5 and received a silver I "Victor" and it is kitchen and storage room and the enjoy the ocean: bathing at Palm
NEXT WEEK roof ,will be of asphalt shingles.
plaque' mounted on bakelite. Both two large amplifiers for Beach, and possibly an incidental
The house to be built by Mr.
Von Mach and Ward were members auditorium and one small shopping expedition, may do so by
of the, Sugar Office team and I adapted for use in the Bussey will be located on Osceola coming in to West Palm.Beach.
has been chosen for Street near the new R. J. Lee
Charey. :was a_ member of ,the Merchants A class-room screen has some time in the forenoon, or the
.;... ";' ,." .ceai .;'';Sj'r:. *.,; { purchased ar.d iSr w !urk -. ::BubbHng Over, ," the hi- home and the. Catholic Church. early afternoon, and still,.have time
Ed Markette's', 566 was high I builda: : ,large '!!creen for college comedy, "spon.. This will also be/a five-room dwell- to attend the races- at night.
ing with built-in In other
match score and he received a 1 i torium. At present the the Clewiston P.-T. A. respects it will be garage of '.similar' con- Secretary Allen Macke Js-, so en-
can be'used only at night thusiastically cooperating .with the
silver pendant of crossed bowling to be. presented at the struction to those built by Mr., Tip "
ing 'pictures since there event that he is preparing special
pins with bowling ball between.
a I
All three houses ratedin
auditorium are
on March pey. ,
shades on the windows to card of eleven races over the long
J. F. Tippey's 249 was largest sin- 10)K the $4,000 .
' gle game score and he received the the room during the 21st. group. gruelling! 516ths| mile course,

same type of award.To auditorium will ,be used is being directed by Miss known at the track as the Ever-

each member of the U. S. benefit shows and the I : of the Empire Pro- First.Draft. AppealIs glades course. Races over this

Engineer team, who finished in the class-rooms will be used II Kansas City. course are the longest run on any

cellar 'with a .071 average a silver 1 educational films during is graduate. of the ,Now VolunteerAlvin night or at any time during the

bowling ball was presented. There I hours. school of ex- entire meet, with the exception of

were no cash prizes.A. I A large ana very and comes the Derby, which is held in the extreme -
audience greeted the first well-recommended by Lorrain Johnson, who was latter portion of the season. '
O.Vard took several picturesof
show last night and saw Miss Reeder and the scheduled to have gone last weekto Secretary Macke has named and
the and of the
presentation -
group I
of trophies. Western "Anything For a Mrs. R. H. Camp Blanding for a year's army will have printed on the programthe

featuring Frankie' Darrow. I Mrs. Floyd Hanna, have training, appealed his classification following dedications on each

I Man serial was begun best talent in Clewis- instead and the local draft board I race after the third:

,. City Improving Parkwayon I I Coin." In addition there I production and feel met this morning, considered his The Clewiston; The Sugar Land;

!. I I Terry Toon Cartoon and success. appeal and placed him in Class 3, 'I The Sugar Cane; The Bagasse; The

Highway and Central Odyssey. Next week's I to the play there are a deferred group. Azucar; The Dixie Crystals; The

I will be postponed until I and specialty num- Johnson, who moved from La- Sugar Bowl; and the feature' event

'night, in order not to presented between acts. Belle to Ochopee soon after the of the night; The United States
In an effort to prevent parkingof 'I Clewiston to
the P.-T. A. "Bubbling and sixth grades of the registration came to I Sugar Corporation Handicap. In

cars in the parkway along the formance. After that contribute ai( number hear the results of the appeal and II this feature event, the finest grey-
highway near the new theatre and upon hearing the report left the
be each
given Thursday }' specially de- hounds in Florida will, compete. for
along Central Avenue from the office. A half hour later he returned -
As far possible Western first honors
as them. The cast is work- and for the presentation -
highway to the Baptist Church' with venture, movies will be night to give Clewiston and stated that he had de- of the customary floral blanket,

damage to shrubbery and lawn the benefits, with a best productions ever cided to pass up the deferment and 'which in this case will not be made

grass, the city is beginning this news reel accompanying would like to go on to camp at (Continued on Page 4)

week the construction of orna- Turk has made requests of the cast are Jimmy once. He will leave on March 26

mental curbing with heavy connect- cational films for for_ Camp Blanding.
S. Doke, J. D. Hooker,
ing chains along these two blocks. but, since these must be tyre, Betty Spicer, Beth Major T. Byrd Sparkman, F.A., Farming Tools Are

Paul Bussey is constructing the several weeks in advance Han ell, Hazel Pre- from the state draft office, met

p circular curbs this reek which are be 'unable to obtain any Smith and Roberta with J. E. ardsley'and E. E.; Presented To Sch'oolMembers

raised at the end to provide a I use for several weeks. Julia' Oglesby. In Kelly of the local board here this

I place for fastening the chains. The machine with are Leah Richaud, Flora morning. He expressed complete
After the chains are in place I sound equipment cost Beulah Guthrie, Eliza- satisfactipn with the way draft mat- of the vocational agriculture -
I classes in the local school
and the areas protected new shrub ly $400. Charges at the Betsy Springer, Mau- ters were being handled in Hen-
are deeply appreciative of the fine
bery will be planted and con- shows will be ten cents for Barbara Broadfoot, dry County but said that larger
of tools donated
bunch which was
siderable beautification work done. and twenty cents for Janice Wynn, Laura offices would have to be secured. ''
them by the United States Sugar'
Mr. Turk hopes, that Hooker, Margaret Offices have been located in the
Corporation this week for shop and
Sugar March BroadcastBy will bring in a sufficient and Renee Wethington. real estate office of Mr. Beardsley.No field work.
to meet the payments on contest is being i new location for offices has
The list of tools includes garden
chine. announced.
NBC Last by Miss Reeder in con
Sunday y rakes, post-hole diggers, shovels,
the play, and boxes >
I hoes, garden plows, small forge,
--- I Sears Roebuck placed at Parkinson's St. Patrick's' Dance post drill and many other wood-
:...:; ,, Local people who were tuned into I Drug Company where working and farming tools to the
:a the Music and Education program I i Big Employes' be cast at one cent each To Benefit FiremenA value of about $200.

: of the National Broadcasting I o'clock Friday, March

Company last Sunday morning I are Roberta

between 11:30 and noon heard _the I Fort Myers, Fla., Oglesby, Maxine Dor ', dance has been arranged for ,Father And Son -

broadcast of the Everglades Sugar (SR-With the Renee Wethington, Monday night in the high school

. March, composed by Prof. F. G. II R Smith, manager of the Von :Mach, June Hooker, auditorium by the Clewiston Vol- Banquet At Inn

"\L f/I!: Sturchio, director of the U. S. store In Fort Myers, Elizabeth. Winn, unteer Fire Department asa bene-

,:: Sugar Corporation band. I I Williams, former :Mauryne Prewiit fit for the department and in ob-
r ..: Smith, and the entire Springer. The winner servance of St. Patrick's Day.A The local chapter of Future
:. ; NBC asked I
permission of the
I Farmers of America will hold their
I ployes, planned the and contestants Fort Myers orchestra has been
corporation to use the march recently first Father and Son banquet on
l promotion and Friday night." engaged for the evening and a, good
, ; r' but no advance publicity was week at the
. w:,'.. gains that have never time is assured for those attend- Monday night of next
,; ; given as to when it would be used '
: Inn.
:-: before in the, city were TRANSFERRED ing. Admission will be $1.00'per
so there were only a few local people made to
effort is being
by every division .- couple and the dance will last from Every
who heard the
together -
fresh stocks of Thomas, who for several 9:00 until 1:00. have every member present
There is a continuous demand assistant I with his father as.well. as
,, every department will be been in charge
tr. for copies of the march and more at lower prices than ever sub-office of U. S. I State supervision of local a number of others so a large

than 250 bands have already been possible! B. H. Cuttino and Keith I ment finances, coordination go.ern-j gathering is anticipated. The boys

supplied, mostly those of high The celebration will will leave Monday for tax assessing and collecting are arranging an interesting pro
schools and colleges. The match I general gram and a guest speaker is being
days, at which time for temporary assign- cies in a county and a
will be used as one of the numbersin laws, Is secured for the evening. The dinner
Smith will be restored district ,office on duties I stiffening of tax collection
a state-wide contest to be held But "King V. C." urged with the national de recommended in the Brookings In-I' will begin promptly at eight

early in the spring. (Continued on page ; stitution report on Florida finances. I o'clock.

':j, ,
h4. IITIrp Way Back When-

Sub-Stratosphere TrainingFor

{, LINEN "dusters" were con-
Air Corps CrewsA :.,,:. M''. "the thing" and
Army IY were worn by nearly everyone. '

People called the phonograph (a
little box with a large horn mountedon
pR w bNfi school for the instruction of air corps officers in the new technique it) a "talking machine."

IQ M.BE nr FNWWf 1 of high-altitude flight, with emphasis on the use of oxygen equipment WNUSrrvYe.k The auto gas tank was under
has recently been opened at Wright field, Dayton, Ohio. The school is Notes of an the front seat cushion.A .

D. C. being conducted by the Wright Field Aero Medical Research Labora Innocent, BystanderThe census of toothbrushes in

GUNPOWDER EMERGENCYIn tory. Some of the activities at this school are shown in these pictures. Wireless: Elmer Davis tipped the average town of 5,000 peo-

the public mind America's Na ___.... _.+wrP y>: .' """" ,,,,",,,,,,w.w.........,, X"1(' I II off Tokyo the other round-up that a ple would not have required
tional Defense Problem No. 1 is pro I numbers going beyond the unit
r listening to
country can get hurt
how ;
duction of airplanes. Actually, column. I
Berlin. The last nation' that playeda
ever, it isn't. in the he reminded All of us wore wristlet (knittedby
sure thing war,
War department chiefs haven'tbeen' grandma) in the winter.
k..i k+.i'a.'l was Italy. War and Broadwayfind
advertising it, but their great' ..,.y. that the softest chump is some- Hitching posts were essential
est worry is gunpowder. You can ] body looking for something for nothing features of every "parking lot." i!

fight a war without powder. Anc / '.: ..' You 'can cheer the spiritof Churches had a tuning fork 'i,
annual powder 1 I
up until recently the the Free Company, offering Sunday to set the pitch for hymns.TIPS.
production of all U. S. factories which would was > y I :F4v Wtdt # //fl i. ':Zjr %; p. m. plays. Its aim is to slap
pounds, 4 k
only 1, down alien propaganda and plug for
few short weeks in war '
last us a a4\ our way of life. Nancy Kelly, Burgess
time. < ;. .. Meredith and John Garfield donated
In comparison, the United States r y't perfect acting -to the first. But to
produced 500,000,000 pounds of pow rw that flood of film credits at the
der at the end of the last war, and finish will make their show a trailerif GardenersGARDENING

had partially built factories which they don't watch out Sen.
would have produced another 500- Gillette (la.) is offering a bill mak-
000,000 pounds a few months after ing the sponsors of smear handoutstell

the Armistice.It their name and address. It was AS HOBBY
happens that nitrate is the key the same plan advocated by Mor as a hobby can
to gunpowder production. Manufacture q < ris' Ernst, with no takers, on a recent GARDENING excellent div-
of powder is a' simple and y lrni :tn"Eilvw f N._} aS__.___.lt_u__q_ / .l Forum. pay
I ;; : :>)f i] idends. ,As an example, a Mis-
I .
speedy process. But it is made from ..<.>. /
explosive nitrate, and nitrate production Above: A student learns the I: :j.. \.' The Front Pages: Dot Thompson net souri profit woman of reports$300 from she her made two-a.
is far more difficult. "How, Why and When" of breathing w. kept Senator Wheeler after school thirds-acre garden in a single sea-

There are' two kinds of nitrates, through an oxygen maskoneof because he seems to know less about son. Figured at market prices,::
natural and synthetic. Major sourceof the first courses given in the [ :,1 English gov't than a colyumist. The food used fresh was $230; food
the natural is Chile. But it has Altitude school. New types of d d.,......";=::'.:4.li Senator said Canada was a colony canned, $80; ; and,, food stored, $71.
two big drawbacks: (1) the desperate masks tanks and working and that only the King can declare Seed and sets cost her only $20.
shipping shortage; (2) the prod- oxygen mecha- war-'a remark that would flunk him There are two major requisitesto
uct's inferiority to synthetic nitrate principles of distributing .. ; 1 in any history course It is obtaining garden profits of this
for powder purposes, although good nism are explained. elec- li; sickening to learn that some of our kind. They are, willingness to'
enough for fertilizer. Use of syn- Right: This experimental so-called leaders are afflicted with work and the use of quality seed. .
thetic nitrate for explosives is far trically-heated suit provides ;":" "'<':>:4.%? intellectual anemia Bumito It is important also to devote'
more efficient, less expensive and I warmth without weight, and is : Mussolini, who used to bellow about considerable space to multiple pur-:
militarily more desirable. I worn underneath regular flying the glory of Fascism, has now been pose crops like beets, onions, and

In the United States there are only clothes or 'coveralls. Weighing 7 + .... relegated to boosting the strength of tomatoes-crops that can be used
'two big producers of synthetic explosive pounds, it keeps pilot comfortable I' % { Naziism. In short, he's no longeran in a variety of ways:
nitrate-Allied Chemical and in that outsideare ; : Axis partner-just an Axis press Here, briefly, are 'the uses of
Dye corporation, at its giant Hope- low temperatures as- 60 below, F. These ;, I agent. Hitler's Gayda. Gayda warns principal multi-purpose crops; On-
Va. and duPont. as the British to give the futile fight relish mature
well, plant; up ions green, as ;
First hitch was objection to the suits are designed primarily for in Africa. That reminds us of the I. bulbs fried, stewed, or as season-
government's plan of importing Chil- pursuit pilots _who fly in, the strat l old gag about the gink down on the ing; bulbs for pickle, and relish

ean nitrate, thus permitting Allied osphere. ; ;; tM: floor, bloody and swollen from a terrific making; tops for seasoning; bulbs

Chemical's Hopewell plant to stop _______...m.........,,-_.,_ _.,_.......#I"'Y<'W "' <: shellacking. He looked up at for storage. Tomatoes fresh
making fertilizer and devote its en- r his victorious opponent and mum- fruits for slicing or stewing, for
tire capacity to explosive nitrates, if bled: "Have you had enough? immediate table use; for canning,

necessary.The or for making tomato juice, or to-
chemical industry fell on this The Story Tellers: One man's idea mato catsup; green tomatoes for
plan like a ton of brick. Backed by of no reading at all is the just-pub- frying, or for use in pickle relishes -
certain army officials, it hotly denied lished book on the Maginot Line. It's or in pie filler (like mince
that the nation faced a nitrate like handing a swimmergoingdown meat) ; yellow fruits for preserves,
shortage. Hopewell's full facilities, for the third time-a copy of juice, or immediate table use.
:t was argued, would not be needed., "The Life of Johnny .Weissmuller" Cabbage-fresh in slaw, oTr, sal-
for powder" purposes.The 5 i 1iI Good describing of a man by ad; cooked for table use; canned.
defense commission then Ellis St. Joseph, in'Story mag: "His as kraut, or stored. Beets-tops t
turned to developing new plant fa- long fleshless frame,was anonymousas for greens; roots cooked fresh,
cilities. Here good fortune seemedto a clothes tree on which hung a canned, pickled, or stored.QUINTUPLETS.

smile. TVA still had its World silk hat, frock coat, striped trousers.
war nitrate plant at Muscle Shoals. But the man's sharp angular face
,was memorable-a veritable blue
When the defense commission J
moved to use this governmentownedplant rL'' print of intelligence.

it again ran into powerful opposition I
from big business, particu- 4ks 41, t Typewriter Ribbons: Dorothy use MUSTEROLE for
larly from the duPonts, tactitly encouraged % % Parker: Love is like quicksilver in
: E
;: :;
by the army. However, ;:3.,.,?:...hr...n.i.:?av}Sl the hand. Leave. the fingers open
weeks later, the defense commis- y. ?.<:,.:% };,, .;/ and it stays in the palm; clutch it CHEST COLDS
:ry;, aSjriJ ,..., ,.
r:l i .5 ;:Jf:... ).. Anon: It
sion finally had its way and the plan ,.:51 yi. :rt.iY Sii.S'yi a x.:;,? and it darts away
was approved. Defeated, the du 'h,< .% y:,;;rtv.Sy q.r:,.;:..:.: .,5a4; was the kind of'a show at which opportunity Mother-Give Your CHILD
Ponts did the sporting thing and of- might've knocked, if the This Same Expert Care!
fered to sell TVA latest types of Inside this pressure chamber, officers "go up" ,to 18,000 feet without critics hadn't .' Mark Twain: At the first sign of the Dionne Quin-
oxidizers, thus expediting renova- oxygen. Pumps exhaust air in the chamber for accurate simulation of There are two times when a man tuplets catching cold-their chests and
tion of the Muscle Shoals plant. altitude. Both ascent and descent are at rate of 1,000 feet per minute. shouldn't gamble. When he can't afford throats are rubbed with Children's made to
Mild Musterole-a product
it and when he can
- TVA and defense commission promptly relieve the DISTRESS of
heads were delighted. But their rfZ11t tf l.ill&d: ;iii1 jMliJ'f.ttBlflttrrqf.miF1ITil:."IJi Simeon Strunsky: A dining room children's colds and resulting coughs.
duPont's willingnesswas ; : table with children's eager, hungry The Quints have always had the
.\w. ? rotik ;{J:>. bet- c mother-you may be
short-lived. When it came to ,'y aS tisjfi: faces around it, ceases to be a meredining I of
- about the BEST
assured using just
installing the machinery, duPont demanded room table, and becomes an product made when you use Musterole.
a guarantee that it would be altar Anon: Now is the time MORE than an ordinary "salve"-
k fS Y... for all good Republicans to come warming, soothing Musterole helps
used only to produce explosive nitrate Y,a;a/:45 y?? :":.5''
S ; madein
% ;4'v;;::%: break local congestion. Also
{ : to the aid of America Isn't it up
and never fertilizer, in which Regular and Extra Strength for
duPont is heavily interested. strange that Lindbergh, whose his- those preferring a stronger product.
toric flight helped make the Atlan-
This was rejected flatly by TVA, iIk..Fj'A' doesn't realize how
tic narrower,
which pointed out that even if it Light for All
it is?
wanted to, it couldn't accept such a r narrow .- Those having lamps will pass'
restriction under the law. Further- them on to others.-Plato.
more, it didn't want to. The Village News-Press

DuPont remained adamant, refused (Prop. andEJitor Walt Winchell.)
,.. .....,.. '
to lend its machinery withoutthe nAltitude"" Ex-Gov. of Penn. Earle, who
guarantee. So TVA had to go chamber controls.An socked that Nazi over there, was a ljSOOTHEM'NORBURNSfj t
into the market, order new ma- operator takes officers good pal of the late Dollfuss when
'cflinery for the government. inside the chamber up to Earle was stationed in Vienna. Earle

t 18,000 feet and back in prob'ly wanted to smack somebodyfor
NO MORE HARDTACKHard Withoutoxygen that murder, anyhow.Our .
about half an_hour.
tack, that celebrated butt of average men "blackout" 7 h o.g
doughboy jibes, will be largely elim- above 20,000 feet. esteemed rival, Lee Wood,
inated from army field rations if of Roy Howard's Bugle, got off a
__ ____.____....__.>.....,'w"' < the other when he
Donald M. Nelson, energetic coordinator good one noon ADVERTISINGADVERTISING
of defense purchases, has sent one of those collect cables to
his way. Y' :'< E'Yi' : Hitler, saying: "God save the King-

Nelson has worked out a novel % Et -and God help you!"

scheme to make U. S. army field !
rations the best in the world. I Seems that our isolationists are .
The defense purchasing chief and : + ;) mighty ignorant of history when represents the leadership of
his aides have discovered a substi- they claim Geo. Washington refusedto
nation. It points the way.
tute canned, irradiated bread. have any foreign alliances. How a
Large quantities of this have been about George's alliance with the We merely follow-follow to
ordered for the' Hermet- French in 1776? "
heights of comfort,
ically sealed in small tins, suitablefor new i! I
carrying in a knapsack, the If ye ed were requested to suggest convenience, of happiness. ;
bread will remain fresh indefinitely.In who should get the Pulitzer Prize
addition, every soldier in the for "public service," it would certainly As time goes on advertising
field will carry a second tin of a meat go to S. Boehm of the New
and vegetable mixture containing all York Journal-American for his is used more and more,

the essential vitamins. The two writeups which convicted Kunze and and as it is used more we
cans together will give him a bal his Bundists. He got his evidence
anced diet away' from camp. after being shellacked by them all profit more. It's the way

twice, too.George advertising has-,

The Dutch Shell Oil company has Jean Nathan, the critic fei- of Bringing a profit to

secretely planted with "sleeper" rt j ler, gave a copy of his book to Kimi everybody concerned
mines, which can be detonated at a : ; Toye of Japan and inscribed it: "To
moment's notice if the Japaneseset \ Going up Familiarization with oxygen and communication Kimi-One good reason why the the consumer includedWashington i
foot on the island. In that case equipment is acquired when officers attending the Altitude school board United States should not go to war!" r
millions of dollars worth of holdings a Flying Fortress for practice at 30,000 feet. George sure likes the opposite sex. -
hlnwn fired. (
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Apparently the Old Man '::1 :

,.: HouseholdNeuis t Was Still to Be SatisfiedThe ASK ME 'Th AQuizWithAns"ers; 'J

old countryman and his .AIT OTHER ( on Various Subjects

wife were seated in the shoe shopof .. I
a small market. town. The occasion ; ,

was a pair of new shoes for The Questions 6. Do any banks in the United,
the wife. States have resources of over 4 r

She tried on practically every 1. Who, was the father of King billion dollars. ?
shoe in the shop, and at last expressed Solomon? .
her, satisfaction. The The 1swers'i. '
2. In what year was the "Star
weary assistant breathed a sigh of Spangled Banner" designated by

relief. congress as the national anthem? David was the. father of King .
But the matter was not settledso 3. Jefferson Davis' first wife was Solomon. -<, '

easily. Addressing his wife, the daughter of what, President of, 2. In 1931. .
the old man queried: "Now are the United States? 3. Zachary Taylor.

you quite sure you would like 4. How long is a song protected, 4..,Fifty-six years.. The term of
shoes for your birthday present or by the copyright law? copyright is 28:years,. with, right
,would you prefer an umbrella? 5. Which of the'following is a de- 'of renewal for 28 .years.

They are on sale today, you tergent-soap, handcuffs. or sulphuric -: 5. Soap. '
Fv n..rr t %Y.r'riA know." acid? 6. Yes, eight have.
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By Beware Coughsfrom

3 .
',5o M.ir' HOW, t0 SEW RUTH, SPEARS WYETH common colds

That Hang On
'-' wwww

USEA6"SAUCER ASA GUIDE of each mouth is 1% inches below Creomulslon relieves promptly be-
FOR CUTTING BftCK.FROrT' this crosswise line. The lady be- cause It goes right to the seat of the
AND INTERLINING-FACEIS trouble to help loosen and
TAN TURBAn comes sad, speculative or gay according expel
germ laden phlegm, and aid natureto
;i : RED AND' WWHITE' II to the slant of the stitchesfor soothe and heal raw, tender, Inflamed

daww.Av.aesaSocCaa.aedrirx. .Jar4io-n. HAIR IN WBLACK the eyes'or the shape of her bronchial mucous mem
S7. .2zuwb::.rinr <: : oc
F+ -
Iro... mouth. branes.Tell your druggist to sell yon
I LET'S BE VENTURESOME-TRY IT! OUTLINE STITCH.0 I"'Vt." \0 Ai a bottle of Creomulsion with the understanding -
I I NG rY'\\ NOTE There you must like the way it
(See Recipes Below) BIND I"I : are many other illustrated
quickly allays the,cough or
RED 3 ideas for gifts and bazaar items in numbers you are
2 and 4 of the series of booklets your money
32-page -
IN COOKING into the dry ingredients. Add melt.
ADVENTURES DRAW A HEART which Mrs. Spears has prepared,for
ed butter and sausage and fold in AND EMBROIDER our readers. She>wll mail copies to readers
"I get just as much 'lift' out of anew the well beaten egg whites. Bakeas _IT \HREOAPPLIQUE who will send name and address with for Coughs,Chest Colds,Bronchitis
recipe as I do out of buying a waffles in a hot waffle iron until O '- lOc in coin for each booklet ordered.,Just
A CRESCENT OF ) address, : .
and brown. Serve with
new hat"-so stated a homemaker crisp maple HITE-OUTLINE TEETH One's Best Light
recently and her statement set me syrup. BLACK-THREAD
.It pays to follow one's best
thinking. After all, why shouldn'twe ? Sweet Potato and Puritan Sausage THESE moody young ladies MRS. RUTH Drawer WYETH 10 SPEARS light; to put God and one's country -,

women enjoy a new recipe Cakes. their sun-tanned faces, Bedford Hills New York first, and ourselves after

Given a brand new, unusual and Parboil 5 sweet potatoes. Peel and, gay bandannas and sparkling but- Enclose 10 cents for each book wards.-Samuel C. Armstrong.
\ J different recipe to prepare the mak- cut in half lengthwise. Place % of: ton eyes will stand out among pot ordered.

ing up of that rec- the slices in a buttered baking pan. holders with less personality. Also, Name .......................s.......

ipe becomes a Make Vz pound of 'pork sausage up you can have fun making them. Address ............................. : PAIN
3 y c" challenge, almost into flat sausage cakes. Place one You won't ,need a stamping pat- ;
J P a game. Can we sausage'cake on each sweet potato tern. Just follow the directions in

IlI make it up cor- slice and top with a second sweet the sketch to, change the faces Durable ConsolationWhether -I :
nfur. uirectly? Does the
potato slice. Fasten with a tooth- from gloom to joy by easy stages. C.2223

recipe suggest a pick. Brush with melted butter and Baste the tan piece for the,face to see life as it'is will
new cookery HtfPIND?
ess, one which proc- salt lightly. Bake in a moderateoven to a cotton flannel interlining witha give us much',consolation, .I know 60'&'I.AT DRUGGIST

perhaps we have never tried before? (350 degrees) for approximately line of basting exactly ,throughthe not; but the consolation drawn

How is the new dish going to taste? Vz hour. center up and down and an- from truth, if any there be," is

Are we going to be really proud of Porcupine Sausage Balls. other crosswise through the cen- solid and durable; that which may Memory Clings

it when 'we take it to the table? Is 2 tablespoons butter ter. The two pieces for the ban- be derived from error- must be, Experience teaches that a good
the family going to like it? Adven- 1 small onion, chopped danna lap one inch below the top like its original, fallacious and fu memory is gener&lly joined to a
ture in cooking-that's just what it 1 green pepper, chopped of the' up-and-down' line. Their i gitive.-Samuel Johnson. weak judgrr. Montaigne.

is, and that's why I like new reci- 2% cups canned tomatoes lower ends come one-half inch be- --
pes; that's why I like to suggest 1 tablespoon sugar low the ends of the crosswise line.

new recipes to you. 1 pound bulk pork sausage :Stitch these in place. The one- 'r
!inch buttons for the are
SA uncooked rice eyes
Today's assortment (given below) cup
spaced two inches apart and the
12 centered around a number of new Melt butter in frying pan and

ways to prepare various kinds of brown onion in it. Add chopped tops crosswise are one-fourth line basting.inch above. The the top You will be proud to, wear

sausage: green pepper, tomatoes -
:bo: let's be venturesome and, try sugar, 'this
I, beautifully-designed
r these recipes. The list contains a and salt. Cook I\(I

number of my, personal favorites. I til green unj j\1 y r '
am sure both you and the family is tender. ACTUA SiltThis patriotic emblem

will enjoy them. the sausage ., cg1
+ Sausage Stuffed Cinnamon Apples. small balls and \ ,\/ ,''
3 (Serves 6) roll in the un- colorful, dignified, patriotic emblem is the most appropriate

2 cups sugar cooked rice. Place in greased bak pin you can wear today. This pin has been made
casserole and the tomato
e 1 cup water pour It is with 3
available exclusively by Camp's. yours
% red cinnamon candy mixture over the sausage balls.
Got Him Down
6 applet Cover baking dish and bake 1% "Since I've been in love I can'teat Van Camp's labels and one dime. Get your supply of

18 small link sausages hours in a moderate oven (350' degrees I can't'drink, I can't smoke." Van Camp's products at your grocer's, today!
Cook sugar and water and cinna- ). "Why not?"

mon candy to a thick syrupy con- Sausages in Pastry Blankets. "I'm broke!"
sistency ((236 degrees). Core apples (8 sausage rolls) (PUTT;ANOt iMMfctfllLS;

and remove peeling from top half IVz cups flour SomewhatHer
of each apple. Place peeled side in Vz teaspoon salt Van Camp's Inc., Dept.,V Box 144
Admirer Miss Jones is
hot syrup and cook for 5 minutes. Vt teaspoon baking powder so dove-like. New York, N.Y.

Remove from syrup and place three 1h cup ,shortening Her Rival-Well, she is pigeon-toed! /am enclosing one dime and 3 labels from delicious 1
uncooked link sausages in center of 3 tablespoons cold water (approxi- Van- Camp' pro*uctf. Please! tend ma The beautiful
each apple. Then pjace apples, patriotic pin as tlhttroted.
When we speak of the "pulse of
peeled side in baking Pour
up pan 8 pork link NAME
sausages the city, has it anything to do
remaining syrup over them and '
bake in moderate oven (350 degrees) Sift together: the flour, salt, and with the policemen's beats? ADDRESS _
approximately 40 minutes. baking powder. Blend in the short- CITY STATE
ening. Then add just enough waterto Serious at Last
Thueringer With
) form a dough, mixing lightly. Roll "Is Mary still looking for her
Apple Rings. out and cut into 8 oblong pieces, Ideal man?" Friendship Slow to Grow grafted upon stock of known and
(Makes 4 servings) each sufficiently large to wrap "Goodness, no! She's too busy I Real friendship is a slow grower I reciprocal merit.-Lord Chester- I
8 Thueringer* sausages. around one link sausage. Place indi- looking for a husband." and never thrives unless en- field.
1 No. 2 can whole kernel corn vidual sausages (well pricked) on
(2% cups) individual pieces of pastry; fold ends

tablespoons butter over'and roll up. Place, folded side
% teaspoon salt down baking sheet. Prick CAMELS GIVES YOU
Few grains pepper with a fork. Bake in a hot. oven
, 1 tablespoon pimiento (finely cut) (425 degrees) for about 30.minutes.
2 tart cooking apples Serve very' hot. EXTRA MILDNESS EXTRA COOLNESS EXmA FLAVORLESS
3 tablespoons butter ,

Place ,Thueringer sausages' in skil- Sausage Stuffed Tomatoes.
let with sufficient water to cover (Serves 8) ,,
bottom of pan. 8 large firm tomatoes (uncooked) i_ w ITS' THE '
Cook for about 20 1 pound country style pork sausage AND I N
minutes, turningoccasionally % cup soft bread crumbs (buttered) 0; SLOWBURNINGCIGARETTE

un- Remove stem end of tomatoes.
tilt water has Scoop out the center and sprinkle:
evaporated and lightly with salt. Form sausage into EVERY TIME <

sausages are ten- ,eight balls and place one ball in SMOKE
der and brown. each tomato. Top with buttered _
Drain corn and bread crumbs. Place tomatoes ina COOLER/ MILDER- '

place liquor in saucepan. Heat untilit shallow baking pan, bake in a mod: /WILD
has evaporated to about one-half. erate oven (350 degrees) for 45 min.. NICOTINE EXTRA

Add corn and heat, then mix lightly utes (approximately). WITH PLENTY

with butter, salt, pepper and pimi- Ham Stuffed Baked '
" ento. Meanwhile, wash apples and (Serves 6) Apples., than the average of the 4 otherlargestselling OF FLAVOR ; :<< ; .
cut intoinch slices. "' &
fP Pan-fry in
6 large tart apples cigarettes
butter over medium heat.
Turn 1% cups baked ham (cut in small :
when brown on one side and brownon pieces) -less than any of themac 44 /
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the other. To arrange plates, 1 teaspoon whole cloves cording to independent scientific
place two sausages, two apple slices 2 tablespoons butter Champion Bowler Joe Worrit
and a serving of corn on each plate. tests of the smoke itself. Master of the"Fireball" 14
Sausage Waffles. Cut a Vi inch slice from stem end
of each apple and remove core care-
2 cups pastry flour fully. Scoop out, reserve apple pulp,
2 teaspoons baking powder and leave apple shell about % inch THE ..
J/2 teaspoon salt thick. Combine ham and THE
i;," 2 eggs, separated (cut fine) and fill the apple shells.pulp SMOKE'S SLOWERBURNING- .
f' cups CAM EL
Top each shell with a clove and
% cup melted butter dot with butter. Place in a bakingpan THE
% cup bulk pork sausage add Vt inch water and bake ina CIGARETTE
Mix and sift all dry ingredients. THING!
moderate oven (350 degrees) for
Beat egg, yolks thoroughly and add about one hour.
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Guidance I II The first race starts promptly at dreds of thousands of doses of the road carrier Industry committeeappointedunder +
The Clewiston News I S: IS. and the complete list of en- new vaccine have been sent to the Fair Labor

HereAs tries is usually concluded at around England, where an influenza plague Standards Act (Federal Wage and
I Inaugurated 11:40 p. mFERRETING. is a dread possibility as a resultof Hour Law.) The recommendations
published eV TY' Friday In Clewlston NEWS, ; I war conditions. 'Soon the world were made after extensive investigations -
Florida OUT THE FLU'One will know definitely whether a and public Learings.
Inc. a result of the vocational ;
guidance program which is being certain immunizing agent for In- The minimum wa-e::! established
KEATHLiV BOWDEJV, Editor sponsored by 'the Kiwanis Club's I day, not so very long ago, a I fluenza has at last been found. for trunk line raiuo\da was 36
vocational guidance committee head- doctor walked into his laboratoryin Here is the way private medicine cents an hour and fr short lines

mall matte ed by Prof. R. W. Turk, several the Rockefeller Foundation. He I works. Its war against disease 33 cents an hour. About 65,000
Entered as second class the glass door of never ends. One by one, the
peered through
Office In workers will receive raises
February 1, 1927: at the Post members of the Senior Class are my on
Clewiston, Florida under the Act ot ready to begin the program a ferret cage, expecting, to see the plague which have killed so .the. ,trunk: lines and 5,000 on the
March 3, I87.Sabcription now with the cooperation of local busi- tiny animal listless and ill from many millions are shorn of their short lines. By far the largest

nesses. I influenza germ; with which it had menace. group affected by the order will Lethe

Rute *=.00 Per Year. is simple I been inoculated. The doctor got maintenance of way ,employee,
The plan the surprise of a life; v;inch he had HITLER'S PRISONER including crossing, bridge, flagmenand
Advertising Rates On Application and there is a chance that it will
results. devoted tol medical researchtheferret gatemen. It will also incmde
yield astonishingly good stared back' at him with Reports { the highest sources clerical workers, station, worker,
Devoted to the advancement and County welfare First the students are asked to i.bright, vicious eYES, dangerously I say that Mussolini is virtually shop laborers, red caps, dining car
and Hendry favorite vocation ,or
of Clewieton their -
name 1 ii'
healthy. Hitler's prisoner. The Gestapo and kitchen 'workers where their
that vocation which they hope school.A and. I That marked a milestone in a in Italy. German officials are in I present wage is lower than the min-
Another icy wind from the nortt expect list is to,compiled follow after of these vocationsand work which began in 1920, after key positions in all departments of. imum established.This .

and spring only a week away. questionnaires are mailed to the deadly World War No., 1 flu the Italian government, includingthe is the third largest wage

business men, local so far as pos-I,I epidemic. The medical professionknew War Office. increase to be ordered under the
Tomorrow night is "sugar night'at sible, representing these several :; two things-influenza would No matter how th- war ends, Wage and Hour law. The largestwas
the Palm Beach dog tracks and vocations. These questionnaires i strike again in twenty; years and no Mussolini must lose. He must take in the apparel industry wheraa

many Clewiston people will prob explain many of the details of I I preventative had been found. Hitler's orders if Germany wins- schedule of minimum wage latos

ably attend. the work, salary to be expected I For 19 years the doctors worked. he will have to accept harsh Brit- from 32 % cents up to 40 cents an
But vaccines taken from influenza- ish peace terms if Churchill's leg-
amount of preparation necessary :I hour increased the rate of pay for
The black bass season closes tonight and other things pertaining to that infected ferrets proved ineffective ions win. And, in the meantime, about 175,000. workers. The num-
IQ most parts of the state These questionnaires -the vaccinated ferrets died as reporters who have left Italy say ber of workers for whom wage rate

but folks in Hendry County and profession.then filed for future reference. I easily as the others. Then fate that anti-Fascist sentiment among increases have been ordered under

their visitors can continue to fish are After perusal of these question stepped in. In November, 1939, the people grows by leaps and the Wage and Hour law is now

for bass right on in this and naires, 'should the student still feel I four ferrets, contracted distemper bounds. i more than 600,000 and the total

neighboring counties to the north. like he would like to go ahead I and died. Fear was felt in the I pay increases on an annual basis:
i Rockefeller laboratoriesif the ATLANTIC COAST LINE will
with this chosen work, outside appointments due to these wage orders ex-
March 15 becomes a familiar date are made in various I distemper spread, all the costly WORKERS GET ANNUAL I ceed 35,000,000''. The 30 cent in

this, year to several million Amer- fields and arrangements made I ferrets might die. Distemper shots RAISE OF $611,000 SAT. hour minimum for all intereste-1

icans who never dreamed they'd whereby the student may 'spend one were administered. Then, follow- employees caused pay increases of I
have to file an income tax report. 1 two weeks viewingor ing the two-decades-old routine, the Approximately 3,969 workers em- more than 65,000,000, making the i
And next year, according to indi- i, full participating day every in work in these ferrets were inoculated with the flu' ployed by the Atlantic Coast Line total pay increases as a result of I II

cations, the number will greatly in- various vocations.In virus. ,And they didn't get sick! railroad will get pay raises esti- the Act $100,000,000. !
crease. I Had the long sought solution' to mated to total approximately $611- I
I this way it is hoped that many flu been found? For months the 000 annually, when the niinimum

:students who might otherwise be- I doctors worked with their new wage order of the nation's railroad I
ornamental curbs and chain'guards '50c ADDITIONAL SAVINGS! If
Those misfits and spend a great
come vaccine, consisting of distemperand workers becomes effective Satur
in front of the new theatre deal of money- in preparation fora influenza solutions mixed. Hu- day. It is estimated that 70,000workers you clip this ad 'and bring it

and along Central Avenue will ,be vocation he actually would not man volunteers were called for in all will be-effected by with your radio to Sears' modern,

very attractive but even more so like, might be saved this and helped tests. ,And it was found that the the minimum ,wage order and wage completely equipped service department -

will be shrubs and grass which will I to fit into' the niche in which'II new vaccine put into their blood increases will total more than $7- Worth 50c on labor on any
be permitted to grow if cars can he might best work.Cooperative ,, i
in the 70 times the normal amount of in- 000,000 annually. radio 'rE pair.
from parking
be stopped II fluenza-fighting antibodies.The The order was issued by General

area. Gets the medi- Philip B. Fleming, Administratorof
tests still go on- I
I I t Ll'2B: I
cal profession never' claims suc- the Wage and Hour Division,

U. S. Bank Offer 'cess until it is certain beyond United States Department of Labor,
"' :":":":":":":"r:":":":":":":":": :":":":":":" ;1 question. In the meantime, hun- on the recommendation of the rail- 1000 1st Street, Ft. Myers, Fla.

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Assistance of the U. S. Bank of "

RAMBLINGS \ Cooperatives in the organizationand

By B. B. financing of a sugar coopera-\ k

tive in the Everglades was offeredto

.: :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:+:..:..: ..:.\ a large group of growers who t
gathered Friday night at the town '
hall in Glade through. A. H.
is Bellel
think spring :
Just when we
Reppar, representative of the Fed-
definitely here, the weather man
eral institution at Orlando.
changes our mind again. -
"Our institution made a
complete study off'sugar production .
We think there's, food- for much in ''Florida, arijl we believe you ::'" .' 'I

thought ,in the." ideas of Charles B. have unlimited .possibilities, ; along : < r:. ?
Driscoll who 'visited one of .tin that line in 'Florida," Mr. Reppar :i'
where'the "defense boom1is ,
towns said. "All of the information we
in high swing. He says: disposal -
have collected will be at your
"My question to residents is not whether' you come to us for \ \\ .
a popular one, but it is provoca your financing or not."
tive. I keep asking, 'Has anybod; :
the slump He warned,, however, that there I
any plan for weathering
I are many hurdles to be overcome
that must necessarily follow thi
I[ before the proposed cooperative
'orders cease
boom, when the plane
can begin doing business, not the
and the wars fade, away?. I fee I
I least of which is the present sugar
at the
a little like the skeleton <
feast when I ask it." quota. I

Floridans should be asking them "To establish a successful sugar

selves what industries will be her* cooperative here ''will require your ..tiirr
doing their part to weather the best brains and efforts and not a v'

slump that must necessarily follow little time," Mr. Reppar added. 0 / f

when the air base and nava "But we know it can be done be- 4Ilfl'

base construction is a thing of tin e cause one successful cooperative is ? L ri .
past. Those industries ,are rea already operating in Florida and a ,__%

friends to Florida., number in Louisiana." .

I In line with his suggestion thata ( I.
careful preliminary survey be
Now radio broadcasting has I
made, the group selected 'a com- i,1II '
about exhausted- "Jeannie With the I mittee to assemble all available THE SEASON'S OUTSTANDING ,n.' '
Light Brown Hair" and "Loci I
information and report at another EVENT'/
Lomond," we see that there are possibilities here H. L.
I meeting March 21 : II
that the ASCAP ban maybe rY "
elected temporal -, I
who was
Haney, l
,chairman at a previous meet- I
I ," '
ing, was unanimously elected chair- I : Saturday March 15In
Nate Reece in the Arcadian tells man of the committee and authorized I I ,r .
of the fondness of our winter visi to select four other m 'm- I I i

tors for that homely item of Southern bers ,to work ,with him. ,'I I co-opeiation with the United States' Sugar Corporation v %/. ,'
fare-grits. Visitors from It was the only business trans and the cane gamers of Florida's "Sugar fi ';/

Missouri have written back to Ar I acted at the meeting, the remainder l>r>wl" this night. is ,dedicated to all branches of the ;

cadia for grits. saying they cannol of the time being taken up with sugar induvtrj.

buy it there. Mr. Reece has a general discussion. 11 THRILLING RACES : y,
grocer friend in Kansas who has I Enthusiastic endorsement of the Eight: of whichwill be: The Clewiston; The Azucar; 71''
begun to stock grits in his store be- movement 'was given: by R. E. The Sugar Lqncl; The Sugar Cane;. The Sugar Bowl;

cause he and others like him learn- Kurtz, of Fort ,Myers, an indepen- The Dixie Crystals; ; The Ilaga&se;' and the United [

ed to like it in Florida. The Simp II dent sugar grower. He also advocated : States Sugar Corporation Handicap. '

sons who returned to Massena, N. close cooperation with the COME TO THESE RACES

Y., last week took along a supplyof I Bank of Cooperatives, 'which he Be n part of this Gala Occasion that honors the :"
grits and syrup from Clewiston. said could give the association invaluable gieat !sugar industry of Florida. Come early. Spend

They, also, had tried without success I aid.Attacking the day on the beach or ,on a shopping adventure, and {
to, buy it in Massena. the quota system as I the evening helping to .celebrate the recognition of "
j jour own great: iiulustrj-the nation's first line of
altogether wrong, Mr. Kurtz said defenseCnar... 2
During the week metropolitan I its' retention will result in skyrocketing -
newspapers have carried picturesof 'sugar prices due to the POST TIME 8:15 t

a pretty girl in a bathing suit I scarcity of ships in which to transport Minors: Not Admitted. 'j jD jD ja
standing in a lettuce field'with I I sugar to the United States. f

the caption "Miss Clewiston." So The entire system of government

far we've been unable to identifythe marketing restrictions should be .

girl. She was pretty, all right, scrapped in the interest of both

but so are scores of bona fide consumers and growers, Mr., Kurtz

Clewiston girls, so why import one? asserted. ,

Speaking of pretty girls, manyof Sugar
Night"I I
them will he on display at

"Bubbling Over" next Thursdayand
Friday. It's a swell comedy; (Continued from Page 1) '' I

it's for a good cause; and the cast in the usual floral design, but
have worked hard on it. Come out entirely of blades and the blossoms I!

and see the results. of the cane itself. I
It is expected that many of the 1i
Unless you're more- observant Everglades residents interested in \

than we were you've not yet seen the raising of cane and many of the -

the U. S. S. C. In the wrought-iron officials of the Sugar Corporation I Ii S '
railing on the balcony over the i will be in evidence to view these "
main entrance of the Sugar Office i races, and to participate in the "

Building It's very .decorative ala occasion on Saturday night ,

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.:-:..:..:-:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:-:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:. $1,365 In Assistance of $7,054,356.00 per* year. There July 1, 1937, at which time the 1L
.. were 37,624 recipients of Old Age State Welfare Board was Inducted ; :,
i Grants During January Assistance, 7,614 (children) recipients Into office. Prior to that the state ;-!
TOO LATE TOCLASSIFY of Aid to Dependent Chil- had' no financial participation In
.:. dren, and 2,465 recipients of Aid the program.: .
According to figures released by to the Blind.
the state welfare board Hendry Funds paid out as public assist- to '

)s ..4 : .'. County received a total of $1,365 ance not only contribute to the WNA7T '
I .. during January which represented relief of the needy but also go in- T' i WErRE LETTERNRS
public, assistance cash grants. This to the channels of trade and stimu
RUSSELL KAY :!_ is at the rate of $16,380 a year. late business generally, State Wel- = 011
By : y The number of recipients and fare Commissioner, C. C. Codring-. r

President- Florida Press Association ::: the cash grants, paid for the three ton, pointed out.
.'. assistance categories I "This payroll in some counties
.. public were:
-:..:--; :-:":":-:..:..:-:-:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..;..:..:.. Old Age Assistance: $1071.00was is, probably the largest that' is released -

With the next session of the Leg- problems and whatever progress paid to 89 recipients;; Aid to on a monthly basis," ,he said
must be ,Children $244.00 I "and in all counties is an 'economic WHEN THIS
islature less than a month away, they make made by tramp- Dependent : was "
a lot"of folks are beginning to ing somebody's. toes. paid to 8, cases (21 children) ; Aid factor of considerable importance.assistan'cegrants HAPPENS, PHONE US
worry about what is going to hap- I am confident that as a whole to the Blind: $50.00 was paid -to Payment of ,public and We'll
and Print
with ,joint federal state
pen. Just about every organization the 1941 legislature is made up of 4 recipients.
I in the state has appointed its honest, able, and sincere men who For the entire state, January funds, the latter being obtained For You In A Hurry!!
from the beverage tax, began on
disbursements for public assistance
Legislative Committee and a great are eager and anxious to do a real

sions many at have which held programs'pre-legislative have been ses- and job. encouragement. They deserve they all the can help get, I totaled $587,863.00.., or. at the rate ..
worked out for presentation to the and the welfare of the state de- X
It \
law makers. mands that they be given an op- try.The :.
: With little heed to the welfareof portunity to work out their prob- Carthagenian Senate met to t, .
the state as a whole, these lems with as little interference as discuss Hannibal's request. They h
said taxes already were high. May-
concerned with possible.
groups are more I
those legislative problems which Most members of the legislature be Hannibal had already given the, hh:
Romans lesson that would make
sincerely appreciate helpful a
I directly affect their own individual sug-
gestions that are constructive and them less troublesome in future.
interests. They are governed by
I intelligent. They want to do the Maybe instead of spending more
fear and selfishness and are prepared -
I to go to almost- any length best they can, for everyone and money, they should recall Hannibaland t
I to protect themselves, without regard when they are kicked and cuffed his army and make peace. They I:
talked a long t me. =
to what may ,happen to the around by selfish interests and i
other fellow. high-pressured 'on 'all sides, they Then they sent word to Hannibal :: '
With the state insolvent as far can't do effective work.It that they must have ,proof of his :i: 00 HOT SHOOT iy
as the general revenue fund is is right and proper for all statements of success. Hannibalsent QUILLS J:: .our '
concerned, with ad valorem tax groups ,and all interests to be ,given I a bus'hel of signet rings taken .
I abolished and legislators ''pledged a fair hearing. ,Legislative com- from the fingers of dead and cap- iii' OWII .. 2.

to repeal other taxes, with school mittees want to hear'all sides and tured Roman nobles. :: C ,
I funds low and road funds depleted, weigh all the evidence before mak- The Carthagenian senators then -d .
it is apparent that there must bea ing a decision. They have no de- said, in effect, "All this captured i /.., .}
hurt or' wealth is that Hannibal <-i.\! .,j ..f.
general revision ,in tax structure. sire to handicap anyone proof really ,
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While all 'groups and all interests I and, if left alone and given a doesn't need, any further help fromus. .--- .
,recognize this need, they don't J I chance, can be depended upon to ." They took several weeks to : X y ,
want to accept the burden and they do a good Job.It say it.Finally.
I'' don't care what 'happens to the is natural, I suppose, for each they voted about half the ; rlrmYfI" w.f> ; '" :;
other fellow, just as long as particular group to give more aid he had requested and sent it :: Y' _.,, :1.:
nothing happens to themselves.The thought to their own ., individual out under command of Hannibal's ( "
t federal '''government, pouring problems than to take the broader brother Hasdrubal. The attritionof :: (Explanation on Page Ten) :Y

i millions into the state with its view ,of the welfare of the stateas Hannibal's army had by then
defense program, is demanding the a whole. But the cornerstoneon made impossible to' maintain defense :: It's satisfying to know your funds are I Iy: -

Immediate construction of :roads to which the ,structure we are of his lines of communication.The :: '
connect these military activities.At trying to build really rests embracesthe Romans intercepted Hasdrubal, : protected 'by insurance, when you save --':_

the same time sixty-seven coun- prosperity and well ,being of routed his army, and, tossed his !
ties are demanding roads which not' one group or one interest but head :into. Hannibal's camp. her Decide right now to build your t ,
they say are "imperative." Schools of' all of them combined. Later, in due time they complete, '
do not intend to be pushed aside If all interests,- large and small, ly destroyed Carthage. : cash 'reserve, save some money every payday :i:
and expect to make themselves could unite one time and have They then destroyed 'Hannibal's : '
heard during the session. The "big faith in the legislature, ''be, fair and starving army. Tradition ,says the :: .: :V z:
and little county" situation remainsa just, in their demands, and recog- Carthagenian Senate was debat- I y
ing''when the Roman ,.., _. --.
problem. Sales tax proponentssee the needs and rights of others legions enteredthe --- "y
a golden opportunity in the while, pressing their own claims, city.
present situation and are hopeful there is nothing that could not be In America it should not be I

that such a, tax can be put over at accomplished. necessary to point to the moral of !
the coming session. Bond 'holders Florida is a growing state. Her this story. In our senate, limitless

want their money and, are preparedto future is ahead of her., By pulling debate in effect, gives, each senator h nfl n of 1
fight for it. Advocates 'of old together and working-together: the power' of, veto. A :similar situa- h
age assistance are searching their selfishly and Without "fear, we can tion led to 'the destruction, of ,Poland h h sfteiliili o n y
files for pledges of legislators who, solve our problems and lay a firm in the 18th century. h'V

during the campaign, promised' to foundation, for the :'years to come In Poland's case it was called .. y

"do something" for them-and. so Confer with your legislators, have I anarchy, not democracy. .!:..:..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:'..:..:..:..:...............................................................................................................;.............'...:.
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jx''' OF LONG_SENATE DEBATES He defeated each Roman army ,,:_:;: .. ,'i,,; ENJOY AN' ,.' -r: :f:::$;:
and each ,Roman general ,in succession : ; .
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President_ of' Webber College mans back. Rapidly into the he walled: drove city.the Ro-All ::ii: I (: r :i: :

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lank is in ours. Hannibal took hiarmy ; him in a few weeks to end forever : : Electricity is the modern servant; a servant =:

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: is packed! with super values.: you. y.o.t' }believe. till, you see. them And remember, you: can .use i

I: Sears' Easy Payment Plan on orders, of .$10.00, :or, more.. < 3..:

I!i: Some.' ot The Many: Values Found. On The First; Floor .. .' ;.; ; .J._t;

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L.r .15 Value Men's slack socks .........: ...,..... Sale 3 .25 ;
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Fire Extinguisher ... ................. Sale 2.49 .
4.00 Value ',
.69 Value Exhaust extension ......::............. Sale.1: .49 .-:' : '".. ',.': '.19 19, Va'lue Value 'Men's\ shorts ..'.............................. Sale .15 '.t'.

enamel .. SaleValue .21 i'. J.'r
"c': .29 Value Touch-up\ I ,," """" % / ; .25 Value Gripped shorts ............................ Sale .21
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:c: .59 : Tire Coating ............................ Sale .48
+: .i .11 Value Polish. 'q olh .............................. Sale .07 ', ..25Value ?Men's undershirts- ........................ Sale ..21Men's ,. : ,
:_: \ .29 .Value ,Motor Tune .............:..:............... Sale .19 1.00 Value. pajamas ......................... Sale .89 .',: .:I
i.'ooPAINT. Value .............. .. \
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.. } Dre"ss shirts .......... Sale .89' .
=: ::45 Value .Lock Gas Caps ..................... .... Sale .29 I ""! '
.. :t, ,69.. .Value Dress shirts ...1.........:........&.... Sale 2 for 1'00: !
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'.10 Value Tube. repair kit .. ............. Sale .07 o' ;
_-. ;:p.' 2/49 Value Bumper guards .......................... Sale." .1.98 : !"j ""
** '; .10.95 Value. Cross Country Battery .............. Sale 7.95 / ij. I '. .' :
.................... Sale ;; 4.44 4.00 Value Master Mix House Paint ....'.... Sale 2.69 1
:!: 6.50 Value .Powermax;, Battery :
R ; 1.49 Value Brush 3 % inch .:........ ............... Sale .89 ::
:: '. i .19' Value_ .Cross Country Spark Plugs ........ Sale .29 .,. .. ,' .
1 ................. .............. Sale .19 -.. .49 Value Master Mix Self Polishing Wax .. Sale. .13 .: : : ::
+ .29 Value Spark plugs :
':t. ..20 Value Applier ..........:... ..' .............:.:....... Sale .10 : "'{1 \, .
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s ( .35HARDWARE Value Cross Country, Oil .14 % .79. Value 'Cold water paint ......................... .Sale :.5S'., ".,.<\ :,, ,. ::
.c'Y r: .1..59 Value .Turpentine. '..L............................. Sale" .49 -,':. 1 t' ..1

:S' ;K _. 1.25 Value ,Linseed. oil ................................... Sale; .98 ''"" 1V::
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i- } $1.29 Value Garden hose ,- 25 .ft.. Sale .9? 1'r! i ( v; "'''I Ii.I".l''t.,:'r'4i ,r ''', : ::
:: f .49 Value Wire'"lawn' rake J:....;....:...;.;........ Sale .29. '59.95 ; .r :
:s; '. ,!J." I ... ".29 Value Hose nozzle ................................ S a 1 e. 'l- 54, ./95 Value.Value' 8-Tube Radio Phonograph"Console1 I'.Combination' .. .' ,. Sale Sale. 48.80 42/80/ "': I :\,.''>/.-

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? 1:49 Value : : :: : : Sale .89 19.95 ;6 Tube' .......... : :
"' r. V ,. ,Value, Table. Model, ........ Sale 14.95 .
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::: .10 Value: ,Small! : garden. r _tools _. Sale.. .05. 1.24/95 Value. 5 SVTube .Portable l'. ........................ Sale d '19.95., ;: .,I,,-.r.'
:; ;. 1.29 Value IJng handle shovel ..:..........:...... Sale .89. 94190 ; .i:
.Value 10-Tube Console & Auto. Record ,
:t:: I..' .49 ,Value.. Grass shears ...... ... ....:. .... ....... S I.I.e.3 5 '-. '. ,player .. Sale -::'.., .' "". ,..... .
69.95 .
.;. '. .- Elgin ?Padlock .'. .. .. ....... ::
29 Value : : : ::: :: :::: ; Sale .21 .
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:..: 'i' 1.19 Value Revolving' 3-arm sprinkler" .., :....... Sale .79.... .. ., .. 'SHOES. ,,: : :' 0 ." ::
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:: LINEN AND PIECE GOODS .. '3.45 Value Men's Sandy Nevins' .................... Sale ;. 2.95 ; : II::

_: '_ ;-' ." 1.00: Value Child's' white straps and. ties .... Sale. ..* .88, : --:. <;, '
3: ; ': ', .89 Value Bed spreads ................................ Sale .49. '... .' .::
:. ..15. Value Pillow. cases .............................. Sale. .10, ,-,, SPORTING. GOODS .. ."". ,:': : I::

.5: .'. .. "t'. ., ., ..25Value" 0 .Turkish towels. ........ ................. Sale, .15' ..' '_.'. 29.95.. Value. Bicycle ............'..'........................... Sale, 24.95 ..';":-'. ;!"'" ." '
j : '; 1.75' Value Rayon dress lengths. .................. Sale .97 :' 3.00 Value Belmont Reel ,... ...,.............. :;'..*?. Sale 1.98 '.r-,. .\ljro to \ :' !

i: -0..5.. >- : .15 ,Value Cotton dress lengths/ .................. Sale .10 I. '1.0 0 ValueWOMEN'S 'Fishing'/ line : .\.............;............. Sale. .69 .- :: Tt-:;. : : .::
ii '..r'' ''':. .. '" 15. ':Value. : 80, Squarepercale. : ....... .... ....... Sale ,.10, s 1 '. ; r : .'.'';,.'. '' ; J =
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;i; ,.,::.1,.' 1.49 Value Mattress pads ............................ Sale 1.00 '.' "c" WEAR'.. ,; ,", ::.,!, i;t,; .i .,

i: : :. .08 Value Sugar' sacks: ..............:..;...:..:.;..... .Sale: .05 .59 Value Cotton Crinkle Crepe Gowns ...... ,Sale .39." ', :! :. \ 'II 3:

ii ''., 0 1.59 ,Value' Chenille bed spreads ................. Sale 1.00 t 1. .29 :Value Nitd-sheen ''Rayon Panties: ........ Sale, .19. .;..,. i $, '
: '. ; :'Y. ..: .60 ':Value Unbleached muslin-. -................ Sale"'10yds.: .40 t, .,5 Value Juvenile: 'pajamas Sale :44 ',;:i :' ,;" '- ,

':- ..15 Value: 'Bleached ,;Muslin ................. :..: Sale .08 t .79- Value School' 'Girl pajamas ........:......... Sale .59 I.'". .,: : ,:;:

i; :41 Value 'Lunch cloth ..::::........;;:..;............. 'Sale ..29 :25 'Value. Aprons. ,.. Sale. .19.. '. ;::.., -' ;2..', : .
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I. 39 Value, Window u "'Shades" ': ..'.;.".'.."....'.......'...... Sale' ..23>: .25 Value Water pail. ...*...::.........;.....:........... Sale., .17 : ....' :!:

;: \ 1.79 Value Priscillas :lace/';pair and panel .... Sale 1.00',: .50 Value Brooms ............. ..;...........:........... 'Sale .39 ,::' .'>' ::
II -- .,. 1.29 Value Chicken fryer ...............-................. Sale .88 '. ..; 'e 1
.29 Value Monk's Cloth 36 inch ............ Sale .19.'
"" "' ., :::1" 1.29 Value Dutch Oven .........................-...... .Sale .88 "" ."c : :_:
:I Ii .39 Value Monk's Cloth .,54, inch:. .. .....:.......... Sale .29 -: : .25 Value, Sink drainer ................................ Sale '.19 f.:,::"' ::

_; .98 Value Sprinkling can ............................ Sale .55 1 ., \: .
i: ti : '."-. ; 1.49 Value Chrome Skillet Set .................... Sale '1.09 '), '.to ., i

: FLOOR COVERING .49 Value Aluminum l' Bowls ....................... Sale. .29 .;;,;., :;. .- ,:::
..:.: r :. 24 for 5c Value Clothes' Pins .....:............J......... Sale' 40 for 6cS1.09 '" ;.-'.> *:*
', 1.39 Value ......... .........,......... .'fr ..- '.J, .c.
-i. 1.29 Value Inlaid Lino-Flor ........................ Sale .88 ,. Ironing Board : Sale '. :
:.i t:. 'J 29. Value Searoleum 6' ft. width run ft. .... Sale. .23/ .' 1.09 Value Wash tub ..................'.....:............ Sale .98 ,':.:, ,;.;.. ;
+ .49 Value Searoleum 9 ft. width run ft. .... Sale .35 \ ;'
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5.49 Value '9x12' Rugs ......................'.............. Sale 4.49 't-'l PLUMBING.t ':' ,':. <" t:!;L. ;; :i:
:!.: :3.98: Value Rotarus" 9x12 ............ Sale '3/44 '
,.. Felt Base / 2.49 Value Closet Seat. Sale :. V.591.S9;.. <..7-.. .::-: .;
.!.. :'. :'. .:: > .12 Value Stair, Tread :........:..........._.......... .Sale09, 2.98 Value' Closet Seat .- Sale .. : .. :.,. +c'
::: 1.29 Value Door Mats .....................-......_..... Sale. 1.00. '.. r 2.39 Value Medicine 'Cabinet .,.-......... Sale. 1.69' ....<.' .".; ..+;c...

3: :1.39 Value Chenile Rug 24 in. .44' in ....:... Sale :V.09: 1.49 Value Wire Rinse Basket ......:............. Sale .98' .: ::: _
_!. '.18.45, ',Value. Super .Velfloor, .. ,9x12 with. '< : ; J. .... ., <>.. ..!.
:f 27 inx54in. throw rug .............. Sale 15.88:: .. REFRIGERATORS. ... AND/ WASHERS .. .'.. ,..;'..
:{: >; 110.00 Value Coldspot 6 cubic foot Sale, 89.00 ': ':; '::

FURNITURE ."J'. 149.50 Value Goldseal Coldspot .Sale 124.00. : .:: !
:i: t : : 65.95 Value Kenmore Washer Sale 44:90": '
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I 79.95 Value 6-Piece Living Room group ...... Sale .59.88 '. 74.95 Value Gas Range ,...:.............................. Sale 64.95 ':;:
11.77 Value Unpainted' Breakfast set 5-piece Sale "7.77 54.95 Value Gas Range .............. ........-....:... Sale 49.95 .
IV.: 1.29: Value Unpainted Chair; In sets of 4 ea. Sale ; .::77 99.95 Value Elec. Range ................................_ Sale 89.95: ,:.i'
i: 42.50 Value Bunk Bed, 2 spgs., 2 mattresses Sale 29.88 15.00 Value Kerosene Water Heater .......:.... Sale '. 9.95 ', ::1:
: 2.29 Value Unpainted night stand .............. Sale 1.66 I <..
: 5.98 Value Unpainted 18 in. 4-drawer chest Sale 3.88 VACUUM CLEANERS .:;:

+ 6.98 Value Unpainted 24 in. 4-drawer chest Sale 4.88 50.00 Value Vacuum Cleaners' ........................ Sale 39.95 ':i:

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j MRS. SCHAHNIJERG: HONOREE: AT,I King'. Mrs. W. G. Mathis, Mrs. H., more frequently than the preced-' !I the whole purpose of the training '. "<< J

BRIDGE AT MKS. PI1EWITT'S C. Meador, Mrs. L. C.' Miller, Mrs.' ing specie. The feeding habits of'' being a tie-up with the, national ': i

f I R. C. Nowling,' Mrs. C. ,E. Nail, Mrs. the two birds are much the same. defense program. -" ..'

[L PersonalsG. I : Mrs. Herman Scharnberg was W. J. Robison;' Mrs. M. C.: Vowell The Caracara, :while a carrion ,',

I honor'guest at a bridge party given I and Mrs. Sam Young. bird does not belong to the buzzard'

by Mrs. W. C. Prewitt at her home family. It, is sometimes locally BABY CHICKSNow ..

I East of Clewiston Tuesday after- :.MRS. LANIER NEW PRESIDENT called a: Mexican buzzard. Its black

noon. Mrs. Horace Bestor received OF LADIES AID SOCIETY crown, the red at the base of the booking orders
A. Whilser of Orlando was a deliveryany
recent business visitor in Clewiston. a Fostoria cake plate as first bill. and 'the' IJght neck are suf- time ,after March 12th. Order

prize, Mrs., J. W., Francis a ,bridge Mrs. W. H. Lanier was elected ficient- to identify the bird when at direct from advertisement or will

'}.Ir: and Mrs. Harvey Guthrie set as second prizeMrs.. J. W. president of the Ladies Aid Societyof rest. The large white areas on book for $1.00 per hundred, bal

spent the week-end in Miami and Ezelle a vase as cut prize and Mrs. the Community Church at 'the the wings and the white tail 'with ance -to reach us 10 days before

Pompano.Mr. W. E. Bolton a box of talcum as regular meeting held in the 'church a black band are characteristicwhen shipment. All leading breeds:: A

consolation prize. Mrs. Scharn- Thursday afternoon. ,Other of- flying. This bird is not Grade as English White Leghorns,

and Mrs. Gene. Beery left I berg was given a box of handker-1 ficers chosen were Mrs. 'J. G. Nib- common and is quite restricted in Brown Leghorns, Rhode Island

Sunday morning for a visit with chiefs- as a guest remembrance. lack, vice-president; Mrs. W. C. its range. It should therefore receive Reds, New ;Hampshire Reds Whiland"

I relatives in Savannah, Ga. Mrs.' Prewitt served refreshments Owen, treasurer; and Mrs. G. H. 'all protection possible. Barred Plymouth Rocks, White

following the bridge gamesto Brown, secretary. Installation of and Black Minorcas, White Wyan-

Mrs. M. E. Von Mach, Mrs. F. the new' officers will be held at the I, dottes, $8.00 hundred ,delivered.
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Lovvorn were Aviation Courses per
Sunday visitors in Canal Point and Deane Duff, Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, next meeting.Mrs. i iI Send for complete price list. Seminole -,

Okeechobee. Mrs. O. F. Schiffli, Mrs. W. C. John H. Doty presided at Offered Hatchery, Fort Myers. Fla.

Owen, Mrs. S. L. Crochet, Mrs., W. I the ,business meeting Thursday and By NYA. '4t.. to April 4. -

E. Bolton, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mrs.E. heard reports of the various com
and her
Mrs. Ken Swayne mo-
C. Mills, Mrs. M. M. Prewitt, mittees. Mrs. Niblack reported the
ther, Mrs. Jessie Malloy, were visi- Jacksonville, March 12-(FNS)
Mrs. F. M. Rodriguez, Mrs. J. F.
Society cleared $88.35 on the oyster WANTED TO, RENT-Would like
tors in South Bay Sunday. Morrison, Mrs. Jay W. Moran, Mrs.C. last -Rare opportunities for study and
supper month. The society to 'rent a house in Clewiston.

the W. Fuller, Mrs. John G. Getz, decided to contribute $50 of this experience In aviation mechanicsare Harold Magill, plantation machine _
Miss Evelyn Burhans spent : now being offered men '
Mrs. Herman Scharnberg,. Mrs.. H. amount into the church treasury.Mrs. young shops.
week-end in LaBelle with. her in Florida at four different points: .r
A. Bestor, Mrs. N. V. S. -Mumford, Joseph Robbins was in
grandmother, Mrs. Laura Hull. 'Jacksonville, Pensacola, Tampa 'and
Mrs. .E. L. Stewart, Mrs. J. W. charge of the program on the sub-

Francis, Mrs. H. T. Vaughn, Mrs. ject "Paul: the Second great missionary Miami, where classes are being FOR RENT-Small furnished apart-

Mr. and Mrs. Earl Smith and'Mrs. W. P. Vaughn, Sr., Mrs. O. A. Jones, ." She gave a review of conducted under sponsorship of the ment. F.. L. Williamson. if.i .
R. N. Smith were Saturday State Board of Education and the I
Mrs., H. V. Briant, Mrs. M. W. Bigg Paul's life and Mrs. Niblack read
visitors in Fort Myers. school boards of Duval Escambia,
Mrs. H. C. Kolstad and Mrs. Ed. an article on War and Educationin
mund Blake. China Hillsborough and Dade Counties.The .
I Mrs. W. H. :Lanier and Miss Lev' classes are also part'of tile
Mrs., W. C. Owen and Mrs. F. D. i CLEWISTON
with Youth Administration
week-end National
,Pridgen spent 'pro-
ST. PATRICK'S PARTY GIVEN Duff were hostesses. Attendingwere TINNING & PLUMBING SHOP
relatives in Tampa. : gram in Florida, which is con-
I FOR BILLY BROADFOOT Mrs. Duff, Mrs. Doty, Mrs.
I tributing tools and equipment for Anything In Plumbing Fixtures
J. J. Graham Mrs. H. ..H. Hall
Mrs. E. M. Cornette and Mrs.R. '. use of the boys, most of whom are Piompt, Efficient Service
Mrs. A. R. Broadfoot entertainedwith Mrs. M. J. Hirsch, Mrs. O. A.
drawn from the work,, projects of .
R. Hooks attended a party givenin
a children's party, 'using a I Jones, Mrs. W. H. Lanier, Mrs. E. PETER CHRISTENSEN, 1\1 gr.
LaBelle at the home of Mrs. the N. Y. A. However, the classes
St. Patrick's theme, Monday after- C, Mills, Mrs. J. G. Niblack, Mrs.
all between
Alvah Burke recently are open to young men
the seventh birthday Owen Mrs. R. Y. Patterson Mrs.
noon, celebrating ,
'the ages of 16 and ,25, and three .
of her son, Billy. Several W. W. Perry: Mrs. Joseph Robbins,
hour sessions held in the morn- J.M. COUSE
Mr. and Mrs.. W. W. Perry and are
and Mrs. J. F. Morrison Mrs. E. W.
games were enjoyed prizes ,
sons, John and Bill, spent the ing and ,afternoon of each_ school
awarded the winners.A Durst, Mrs. M. H. Thomas, Mrs \ Counselor nnd Attorney at Law
week-end in St. Petersburg and
Bradenton. birthday cake was' decoratedin N. V. S. Mumford and Mrs. G. H." day.The classes are absolutely free of Hopkins Building

green and white with green- Brown. cost to the students ,who not only Wednesdays and Saturdays
candles and individual cakes in '
9:30 4:00
learn the ,theory and technique of
Mr. and Mrs. Jack O'Day and
and white served with
A, green were Extension Groups To aeroplane construction and repair, /
children, Annette and'Tommy, mov-
ice Party favors dis- .
cream. were Glasses! Scientifically Broken LeaseDuplicated
but also receive actual experience.
ed a short time ago to Jackson- tributed after refreshments to Sally Fitted and Repaired
Meet Friday At Inn in handling' tools and materials ,
:ville, where Mr. O'Day was trans- Thomas John -
Graham, Carolyn 'intoall parts'of the DR. F D. GUDBAUROptometrist i
entering ;
ferred by the U. S. Engineers.
Schiffli, Howard Ashley, Emma Jane
I Ezelle, Diane 'Mathis, Harry Vaughn, One of a series of district meet- Instruction is also given in radio Phone 108 5 Collier Arcade
Dr. and Mrs. ,D. J. Williams of Patsy Meredith, Sue Cornette, Orbie Fort Myers. Florida
ings to be held by the extension work at each of the cities named Successor to K. H. Oakley
Fort Myers Beach were visitors in Luke, Bevoly Flaniken, Charleen
service in the interest of national
Clewiston Tuesday. Dr. Williamsis Adams, Billy Blount, Donald, 'Whit-
and state policies 'as related to
former minister of the Com- aker, Mary Jane and Alice Mc- I
Agriculture in Defense and other
munity Church. ,Gowan, Marion Vowell, Larry Davis
matters, will be held at the ,Clewis- Johnson's Fish CampNear
and Edward Bourne.
Mrs. Norman Thaggard and ton. Inn next Friday from nine- I HOEOWNER
thirty a. m., to four p. m., with ( Hurricane Gate)
daughter, Norma Jean, of, Fort
Mr.and CAROLYN THOMAS CELEBRATES5TH luncheon at the Inn at which about Clewiston, Fla.
Myers spent Sunday here with BIRTHDAY SATURDAY $
Mrs. B. L. Thompson and children sixty persons are expected. Boats and l\Iotors-Guide Service

'Representatives of, the Agricul- Rates Reasonable
Carolyn Thomas was given 'a tural Extension 'Service the Farm 2oof
birthday party Saturday faternoonto W. H. Johnson Mgr. I
Security Administration, the Agri-
A. R. Broadfoot will leave to- celebrate her fifth birthday. Her 'I
cultural Adjustment Administration,
morrow to spend' the week-end on mother, Mrs. Miles H Thomas, was
the Land Use Planning, Soil Con-
an inspection trip of airport proj- assisted in entertaining Mrs. J.. .
ects in Lakeland, Melbourne and Grady Niblack, Mrs. Emil Minder servation Service,' Vocational Agri- 4'YOU '
culture and State and U. S. Forest ,
elsewhere South Florida.
in and Sally Graham.Refreshments DESIGNS
Service from DeSoto, Lee, Hendry, ARCHITECTURAL
of ice 'cream and
Collier, Glades, Okeechobee, St. Maps Estimates
Dr. Henry M. Moore and his son, cake were served, and each guest

. Henry, Jr., of Thomasville, Ga., received an American flag as a Lucie, Indian River, Palm Beach, JOHN H. DOTY DON'T

spent the week-end here with Mrs.J. favor. I Martin, Broward, Dade and Char- Engineering Consultant \

W. Moore and family. Dr. I Guests included Denny Childress, lotte counties., Fla.
Hopkins Bldg. Clewiston, I NEED CASH FOR YOUR
Moore is a brother of the late J... Arthur Wayne ,King, John Perry, ,

W. Moore. Sue Cornette, Howard Smith, Bettye FFA MEETINGThe REPAIRS REMODELINGNO'
Carol Flaniken, Emma Jane Ezelle, I

Mr. and Mrs. F. W DeLozierand John Niblack, Marjorie Brown, Future Farmers ,of America

children, Marion and Billy, of Billy Broadfoot, Jimmy Knight, held their regular meeting in the I

Connellsville, Pa., arrived Sundayfor Gene Fuller, Paul Bowden and agriculture room of the school Monday I PREPAREDNESS PROGRAMFOR

a visit with Mrs. DeLozier's Nancy Hartsfield.P.T. night at seven o'clock. DELAY

parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. D. Ley- The meeting, was opened by our I BETTER BAKINGI,
dig and their family.Mr. A. TUESDAY AFTERNOONThe l newly elected, president, Aaron I

Knight, and the principal business \

and Mrs. Glen M. Sears, Jr., March meeting of- the Par was the making of final plans for ... C .",_ _'r

of Tallahassee, arrived Wednesday ent-Teacher Association will be the Father and Son banquet to be Rr

evening for a visit of a few held Monday night at the ClewistonA 1 ,
held Tuesday, afternoon at three-: BishopWilsonLumber
days with Mr. and 1\ rs. H. C. \\
thirty in the school auditorium. A number of and contests
Kolstad. Mr. Sears is a games
i Co.
Mrs. Kolstad. including cracker eating and string I

MRS. FOY DUIWENCE HOSTESSAT chewing were held, before the meet-,
Miss Bobbie Griffin, who has BRIDGE CLUB :WEDNESDAY ing closed. ,

been ----- Sonny Vaughn, Reporter. I'
employed at Alston's Drug / %, plMcE

Store, has resigned her position and Mrs. Foy Durrence was hostess

returned to her home in Missouri.Mrs. Wednesday afternoon to membersof . . . . . .. '
1.N.N.N.N.N.N.N H N.N.N.M.N.N.H.N.N.N.N.N.0 N:N.N.H.N.
Walta Renfroe has been en- her bridge club. Mrs. Harry -t

gaged to take her place. Knight received a set of Revlon I' all-phosphale/ I

manicure supplies as, first prize Birds of the Everglades double-acting MI

Carroll and Carlisle Redish spent and Mrs. A. C. Carlton a pair of" I FREE. Send tot new booklet, containing
dozen of bright ideal to improve your biking
r ? Saturday in Miami where they en- bon-bon dishes as second prize, (By, Willard E. Dilley) ..Address:Rnmford Biking Powder,
,listed in the U. S. Navy and passed A dessert course was served by I Box N,Rumfotd Rhode IsUnd.

their physical and other entrance the hostess to Mrs. Knight, Mrs. .......................,................................................................................,'
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requirements. They are at home Carlton, Mrs. Glen Etherton, Mrs. '
awaiting orders to report for duty. George Crow, Mrs. Walker Nail, The birds described in this article -\ -.:.N:N:N:N:N:N:N N:N:N:..N:N:N:N:N:N M:N:M:N:NIN:N:N:N: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.i')

f Mrs. R. M. Hare, Jr.,- and Mrs.' V. are of all birds most deserv- i '
:i: "
Mrs. B. _C. Flaniken, Miss Kathleen C. Woodward. ing of our protection. The service j ::
Flaniken, Bettye Carol and they render is of great value to '. ;
.:. .
Bevoly, spent Saturday in 'West ,V. M. S. HOLDS MEETING mankind. They: remove decaying; .:. .' 1
Palm Beach. Mr. Flaniken, whois AT BAPTIST CHURCHThe animal matter which would not only like
employed at the new air base produce obnoxious. odors but spread :;: Is, after. all, we try to any .

there returned: with them for the Woman's Missionary Society disease. The most common of the I :y: other merchant. We know our goods :f

weekend.Mrs. held its regular program and group are 'the buzzards. Most ;

business meeting at the First Bap- pIe recognize a buzzard but peo-I :f to procure proper titles, clear taxes, prey I:_:
Alice Miller who has been tist Church Tuesday afternoon with realize that there are two kinds

seriously ill for several days, was Mrs. Arch' Hodges presiding.The common to Florida. I :_r pare papers, cover adequately all of the :i:
taken by ambulance Thursday to program was presented by The most numerous buzzard is! I IM

the home of a niece in Orlando. the Winnie Ayers circle, of which the Turkey Buzzard or Turkey I :f items necessary to the satisfaction of the ::

;1; ,Mrs. Miller has been employed as Mrs. E.., M.: Cornette is chairman.Mrs. Vulture. It was so ,named becauseof ._. .:.

w: housekeeper .by E. W. Ashley In Cornette led the devotional.A the superficial resemblance of .... customer-to' offer advice' based. on our ,..i.=;

his home on the government reser- playlet was presented, titled, the red head to that of the turkey. : .
vation. "Survey of Our, Homeland" with The extreme grace it displays in I :i: many years experience-for that service :i:;

Mrs. V. C. Woodward. Mrs. R. J. the air is in sharp contrast to its

E Irt.JANE: E/KLLE'S 7TH Blount, Mrs. H. E. Walker, Mrs. awkwardness when on the ground.At .;. we expect reasonable, compensation.J. : ;y;;

BIRTHDAY OBSERVED SUNDAY i M. A. Thomas, and, Mrs. Clayton close range the red head Is a y .y.. .

'" Waters taking part. A special 'pro- good identification mark.. When .e..:. .t:.
Emma Jane Ezelle entertained a gram was given by the Junior G. sailing in the air the rather long -

few of her friends Sunday afternoon A. girls.A slender wings held at an angle above : E. Beardsley \ "

with a theater party to' celebrate business meeting followed and the body.and the comparatively long :::
her seventh birthday After enjoying reports of the various officers 'and tail distinguish the bird from others ESTATE "

the movies the children returned committee chairmeli were given even at very long distances. :!:' REAL

to the Ezelle home whereice Others attending the meeting were The Black Buzzard has a black I ? .Y Y.

cream and cake were served. Mrs. A. R. Broadfoot Mrs. W" R. head and black plumage. When in I .t.. PHONE 66 :

Emma Jane's guests were Mar- Broaderick, Mrs. O. A. Clark, Mrs flight light spots may be seen near i, y Y

gie Allen, Bevoly Flaniken, Kim I J. H. Davis, Mrs. M. C. Doke: Mrs. the tail much shorter than those ( .!. ART LAWRENCE EVELYN KELLEMS X

Kolstad, i-Billy Broadfoot, Alicia i B. E. Herring, Mrs. E. E. Kelly of the Turkey Buzzard It is'II .. b
Mueller and) Diane Mathis. i t Mrs. C. R. Kruger, Mrs. A. H. compelled to flap its wings much I .;.: >.X"X"X N:N X'<"X..x..:N x..x":":":N:N:..:NN, :NN, :N:NIN:N:M:NM, :M'N:NN:N:N:N:1 :NINNH,11)
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ing Christmas tree. That collision IMPROVED"UNIFORM
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overturned one of the lighted can- INTERNATIONAL
dles.I .

heard a crackle of flames anda I like to take my
snLarnoYa11ev dozen shrill cries from a dozen lIttle SUNDAY
throats. Then I saw, to my horror Lesson per*
that our tree was a tower of And 3 it t..nd drti.rrn
BY ARTHUR STRINGER W. N.U. Service fire.I. Dean of The Moody Bible Institute ,
snatched one of the blankets of Chicago. And $r' ..b tx. little.
THE STORY SO FAR draping the doors and tried to smother (Released by Western Newspaper Union.)

Carol Coburn. Alaska-borrt daughter of a romantic spark Is kindled. Carol Is on the flames. But it was too late. Thought
"bush rat" who died with an unestabllshcd guard against her own:.emotions. Indian The blanket took fire. Even my Lesson for March 16 Frorrs ovt 'the GrettVnKrsowrs
mining claim, returns North to teach Indian Lander an Santa Claus started to burn
baby which his dog found, spend a night In
schooL Aboard ship she Is Is annoyed rescued by by a truck when a snowstorm traps them.. But and I tore it off in the nick of time. Lesson' subjects and Scripture texts Selected ('l"Ich nl+
Eric (the Red) Erlcson and the next day Lander is able to get them I[ knew, as I did so, just what would and. copyrighted by International
mining Religious Education; used by
Sidney young
through. happen to that old tinderbox of a permission.
Lander, working for the Trumbull company. TDVrMIG0
which Is fighting Coburn's claim is, engaged Miss Teetzel. head of the school, who re- building if .it ever got going. And
to Trumbull's daughter.. Though a sents Carol's youth, Is shocked,'and says so. I[ remembered there were six or THE LORD'S SUPPER ) -

_' INSTALLMENT V I seven helpless children up in the
infirmary.: LESSON TEXT-Luke 221430. I
Lander merely turned his back on "Miss Teetzel," I reminded her, Katie must have remembered the GOLDEN TEXT-As often as ye eat this )
"said otherwise." bread, and drink this cup ye do show the
the poker-spined Miss Teetzel. same thing, for, she shouted for me Lord's death till he come.-I Corinthians WNU Service.
"Are you going to stand for stuff "But old Teetzel's out of the pic- to get up to those children while she 11:26.

like this?" he demanded, towering ture. She's in bed with bronchitis.And got the milling and wailing schooli"Oom' -

over me with a quick flame of indignation Ruddy- says: we've got to carryon. group safely out of the build The 'Passover feast had (since

lighting up his eyes. ing.Even that great and awful night of Israel's
to I quietly announced I felt less at sea after Doctor Rud in the hall CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT
"I don't intend, outer the smoke redemption out of Egypt's bondage) I
dock had me write to the Territorial was thick as I raced for the infirm- pointed forward to the Christ and

Miss Teetzel flounced out of the Commissioner (following up, I discovered ary. There I caught up a wailing His cross as the fulfillment of the

room. a secret dispatch of his little redskin from the first bed, type of redemption by the sheddingof
Lander, when we were alone, own) asking for a teacher's posi- calling back for the others not to blood. But now the hour had

stood a little closer over me. tion in the Matanuska Valley., move as I ran for the door and hur- come ,for Him to give Himself in

"I got you into this," he said, When I heard, by that grapevine ried down the stairs to the west-end death, and He set aside the Pass .BABY CHICKS

"and it's up to me to get you out circuit which seems to operate in door, where Miss Teetzel, unexpectedly over (because it has been fulfilled)
all frontier countries, that John active and efficient Blood-Tested Chicks. Popular breeds $5.50(
of it. was commanding to establish the great Christian 100 assorted for layers $4.65. Cockerels: ,
"There's nothing to be done aboutit Trumbull had visited the valley and the bigger boys to clear feast of remembrance-the Lord's 235. Postage prepaid. RUSHTON La-
Barbara Trumbull had flown in FOLLETTE, Box 315, Mllltown, Ind.
," I told him. But deep in the that out the building known as the Ware table, showing forth His death till
ashes of disaster I could feel a small to Anchorage, it seemed like echoes house and spread blankets on the He come,-
of happiness at the thought out df another world. Even when floor. Then I raced back for
glow my I. The Last Passover (vv. 14-18)). I Danger-Proof Jails
I[ heard that Lander had taken over
that he was there to lean on. second patient. Our Lord looked forward with in-
"Why not come back with me?" the; management of the Happy Day The smoke was thicker along the tense desire to the Passover which
Building a modern prison is
Mine and that he and Trumbull had one .
he finally inquired. hall and stairway, and I found it He now observed with His disciples, of the most difficult constructional
"What good would that do?" I fought a wordy battle on the open harder' to But I knew
see. a surge for it was the last feast of that kind ,
jobs for the convict of today is
of Matanuska station, I a
said. platform of relief when Katie
passed me, recognized by God. All that it had
"It wouldn't do any good," he failed to be as excited as when Katie carrying a child in her'arms.. foreshadowed of deliverance and scientifically minded fellow who
color told that the little Indian girl bursts his way out with tools and
said, with just a trace of the me Two minutes later, I was safely hope was fulfilled in Him who now
explosives. Hacksaw artists haveto
ebbing from his face. "It's all hap' from: Iliamna, up in our improvised I down the stairs with the third help- sat at the head of the table. He
: be curbed by laminated bars of
ward wasn't to die after ,
going ,
pening a little too late. pest less tot in my arms. Miss Teetzel, had moved forward with resolute
late?" I all. I kept waiting for Commissioner's hardened steel let into concrete
"What's happening too my as she took the patient from me, purpose and desire to the day when walls. Magnetic traps are built
asked him. report. looked sharply into my sooty and His mission on earth was to be accomplished -
into walls doors and windows to
said. That report neither promptnor ,
he was
"Our coming together, reddened face. For the first timein and He was to ,become '
"There are things," he went on, encouraging. It acknowledgedthey my life I failed to ,see hate in our Passover (I Cor. 5:7). smuggled tools. In some
in need of a teacher for cases speaking tubes are
"not easily talked about. were her .
eyes.A I The fact that He had looked for- added which'
"But we can at least be honest Indian who'd been in liquor smug
village wast- ward to it with desire does not
gling through the
with each other," I, announced, for I A/H"II > ing water and energy as one of a any sense minimize the deep darkness 'of prisoners.whiskytaintedbreath

instinct had already told me what bucket brigade tried to stop me as of either Gethsemane or' Cal- Even apparently innocent fix-
he was groping toward. I started in through the door. He vary. Remember that, when. in the
tures in cells, such as coat hooks,
"Yes, we must be honest, he shouted that the stairs were on fire. garden he faced that hour and
must be made
agreed. And the unhappiness in his I found what ..was left of the chil- thought of the possibility of the cup strong enough onlyto
hold a jacket, but never so
eyes; made my heart beat a little dren out of bed and' huddled in one being taken from Him, He 'said to. that
strong a prisoner can com-
faster. corner of the infirmary. There i I will but
were the Father, "Not what mit suicide himself.
"So it's time," I said, "that we four of them. They shrieked when what thou wilt." Praying concerning by hanging
And all fittings must be so de-
both came down to earth. they saw me,. for Katie had givenme the same matter (in John 12:
that in circumstancescan
"What do you mean by that?" exacted a wet sheet with which to ,cover 27), He said, "Now is my soul signed no
they be used as
my grim-jawed companion."I my head. That seemed to keep troubled; and what shall I say? Father weapons.

saw the girl back on the Seattle some of the smoke away and made' save me from this hour: but

wharf, the girl you said good- it easier to breathe as I groped my for this cause came I' unto this

by to. And I can understand why way down with a little Nitchie in .hour."

you. must play fair with her." my arms. Again Miss Teetzel eyedme II. The First Communion (vv.. 19,
Lander's glance came slowly back as I handed over another patient. 20).

to my face. "No go back," a ragged half-breed Taking the unleavened bread and WOR10's upGEST,5EiLER lITIO
"I'vebeen engaged to her," he bellowed at me as.I faced the burn the unfermented wine of the Pass

said, quite simply, ."for over two s- ing building. He stood there, block over, which had just been observed

years now." ing my way, with one hand,clampedto by Him for the last time, Jesus established -
If I reached for a chair back, to either side of the door. It was a new feast, the Christian

steady myself, I at least managedto Katie's vigorous kick, coming down feast of remembrance, which we call I I

laugh a little. with a child in her arms, that sent communion or the Lord's table. Deceiving First Sight

"That's fine'I said, with my chin I wrote back admitting him sprawling out on the -ground As we have already suggested, it Things are not always what they'

my youth. and gave me gangway.I is a feast' of remembrance. "Foras seem; the first appearance de-!
up."Fine?" he ''echoed, plainly puz- 'could hear the crackle of timber often as ye eat this bread, and ceives many; the intelligence of,

zled by that lilting lightness of mine. Matanuska but that conditions were and see flames licking through the drink this cup ye do show the Lord's few,perceives what has been care-

"Of course,," I maintained. "For not suitable there for a young and stair boards as I fought my way death till he come" (I Cor. 11:26)). fully hidden in the recesses of the

now we !can' go on being good inexperienced outsider.I back to the infirmary. It would, I At the Lord's table His followers find mind.-Phaedrus.

friends, without any worry or threat wrote back admitting my youth knew, be my last visit to that room. spiritual sfrength' in rememberingHis

of-of complications." but pointing out it was a defect So I caught up the two ,remaining death for them, and they also

"Can we?" he asked as his eyes which time would undoubtedly cor- children, covering their heads with fi'id! joy as they remember that He GRAYHAIRS

once more rested on my face. rect. I also alluded to my physi- my wet sheet, and felt my way toward is to come again. In doing so they

"Good pals," I cried, "to the end cal sturdiness and my eagerness to the hall. Their weight, whenI testify to the world that they be- Do you like them? If,not It Is, get guaranteed a bottle to ofLea's

of the trail. So let's shake hands on work in the new field, with an underlined was so in want of breath, mademe lieve in and cherish these truths. make your Hair gray Preparation hairs a color so close to the
it, like two old-timers." postscript announcing I was stagger.I This feast is also rightly called natural color; the color they were before ,
hair that
the color of
or your
turning gray
He failed to observe, as we shook Alaska born. And in the meantimeboth staggered down that runway of "communion," for down through the has not turned gray that you or your

hands, that I had to swallow a lumpin the calendar and the excitement licking and dancing flames, with my ages and until He does come the money friends refunded.can't tell It the doesn't difference make or any your dif

my throat. of our little redskinned wards shoes scorching from the heat and saints of God have at His table sweet ference what color your hair is few and It is

"Would you mind telling me," I reminded us that Christmas was my lungs aching for one whiff of communion, first of all with Him, so upon simple the to scalp use-Just for a massage few days a per direc-drops

said when that was over, "just who close at hand. pure air. I had, by this time, no and then with one another.We tions like thousands are doing.

she is?" Then came the second blow. For sense of place or direction. But also note that our Lord spokeof Your, or druggist can secure has a Lea's bottle Hair for you Preparation or a-

It wasn't easy for him, of course. Katie and I, with Miss Teetzel still through the murk I could make out the cup as "my blood of the new regular dollar.be bottle sent of Lea's Hair Prep byus
But he faced it with a forlorn sort' weak and crabby, did what we couldto the pale oblong of the open door. testament." The word 'testament"means tnwf: of one udoYfasafaesaJp. O..
of casualness. make the children's holiday a And out through that open door I '''covenant.The Lord's table money. order or stamps. (Sent COD 12c

"She's,Barbara Trumbull," he ex happy one. We sent to Anchoragefor stumbled, stumbled straight into the therefore 'speaks of our alle, LEA'S TONIC CO., INC. Fla.
Box 2055 Tampa
plained. "John Trumbull's daugh hard candy and sugar-canes and arms of Katie O'Connell, who huskily giance to Him, of our loyalty to our
ter. We practically grew up together. colored candles and glitterpaperand croaked, "Glory be to God!" as Lord, and devotion to His service.
." powdered mica. With my own she eased me down on' the trodden Vices Become Manners
"Then you must have a great deal hand I cut down a spruce tree and dooryard snow and started flailingmy III. Betrayal and Strife (vv. 21- What once were vices, are now

in common." dragged it in over the hills. This, burning clothes with the wet .130). the manners of the day.-Seneca.

He studied my face, as though in when duly ,installed in the school end of a blanket. Then, for a minute I, will say, "That point
search of second meanings."We room we draped with strung pop- or two, everything went black. does not belong, with the other two.

had," he finally :acknowl corn and emblazoned with bits of When I opened my eyes Katie was Both the feast of the Passover and T

edged. ribbon and spangled with tin stars, trying.to make me swallow'a' cupful the Lord's Supper are for the joyful] 'COLDSC

"But you talk of fighting her father cut out of empty tomato cans, add I. of-. brandy and water. remembrance" of deliverance and re
," I reminded him. ing copious streamers of wrappingcord "That's;; the ticket,;; she said. Then demption. The objection is well sale

"And I intend to fight him," said dyed red with beet juice and she busied herself rubbing olive tfil taken except for one thing-we are

the wide-shouldered man beside me. snowy handfuls of absorbent purloined on my scorched hands and cheeks.I dealing with human beings as they TABLETS LIQUID
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over, I was able to keep my voice was all pathetically meager and gone glimmering. twelve there was one traitor. It WNU-7 11-41
steady. make-believe. "Did I get them all?" I asked. It i seems impossible, but apparently
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"How do you feel about it?" I But my u.little Inins loved it all. I hurt me to talk, for my throat was Judas had maintained such outward Worth of Mirth

asked."I On Christmas morning, in fact, when : sore from the smoke. conduct as to turn no suspicion in An ounce of mirth is worth a

can't answer that," was Lan I appeared in pillow-stuffed Turkey "You did, old-timer," affirmed Ka his direction, even though all alonghe pound of sorrow.-Baxter.

der's slightly retarded reply. "Yousee red, as Santa Claus, they got so excited tie. "But it nearly got you." had in his heart the blackest of
she's coming to Alaska to get had in treachery against his Lord. It is a
we ,to drape the school- And with that she picked me up
things straightened out. She doesn't room doors with blankets, to keep her arms and carried me to the,improvised sad and soul-searching fact whichis 'WlMiserable
agree with her father that I've been the noise from Miss Teetzel's disapproving barracks that had once here revealed, that it is possiblefor

disloyal to 'Trumbulls." ears. They put on paper been our Warehouse, where a stove one to make a high' professionof backache ? t
That also gave me a moment of hats and sang "Rock-a-bye, My Lit- had been put up and floor bunks faith in Christ and even so to live t

thought. tle Owlet" and "Jingle Bells" and were arranged for the children.It as to give no cause for criticism,
"Then she must be very fond of even had a try at Handel's "While wasn't long before Doctor Rud- and yet to be unregenerate and in WHEN( kidneys function badly and

you," I heard myself saying. Shepherds Watched Their Flocks," dock arrived' on the scene. fact the enemy of Christ. suffer a nagging backache,

Lander offered no answer.. which Katie and I found it expedientto "Hello, stoker," he said, blinking What about the strife regarding with dizziness;burning, scanty or too
for I position? Shame on us, 'for it still frequent urination and getting up at
finish out by ourselves. Then down at me. 'Then he stooped a
in the church. Not even night when you feel nervous,,
CHAPTER VI they made the rafters ring with "Al- moment to take my pulse. "You'vegot goes on of Lord's all upset. use Doan's Pills.! "
remembrance our
ouette." the stuff this country needs." the Dean's are especially for poorly
Toklutna didn't get rid of me so But their little Indian souls eventually "I'm all right," I told him. "You, death and the reminder that He is working kidneys. Millions of boxesare

soon as it expected. Two days after got so drunk on music and excitement must look after the children." coming again is enough to keep men used every year. They are recom-
my scene with the acidulous Miss that we had to ease them He nodded. from wanting to be greatest. mended the country over. Ask your
Teetzel I was interrupted in my down with a square dance. And the .' "I'll fix you up later," he saidas May the spirit of Christ get holdof neighbor!

packing by Katie O'Connell. easing down would have been less he put the blanket back over my some self-seeking Christian as he

"We're in quarantine," she announced dire if a little Copper River bravehadn't scorched clothing. "But stay where today sees Christ as the One whose DOAN SPILLS
"with of scarlet still I'll nail body was broken and whose blood
two cases chased a smaller Innuil you are, young lady or
fever in the infirmary. And Ruddy blubber-eater from the Kuskokwim you down." was shed for him.

ays you can't walk out on him." right into our twinkling and glitter- (TO BE CONTINUED)


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guests at the Beardsley Farm fora tenance crews at several points er that plays up to 12 records automatically quire, own lease or establish,

Is Taking chicken pilau and on April 30 around the lake as in the past or repeats anyone operate reconstruct, maintain and ,Improve extend, enlarge one or, *

District Governor Frank Wright of there will be only inspectors at record indefinitely "Never has more electric light plants or
Encouraging InterestIn Gainesville will visit the local club. Moore Haven, Okeechobee and there been an offer made like this waterwork plants or a combined

That is also being planned as a Canal Point who will make regular in Fort Myers," said England yes- electric and withdrawing water system said ; City expressly -

Drainage Problem Ladies' Night.Choral reports to Mr. Nail here. Nall, who terday. "Of course we aren't mak- from the operative sphere of the
provisions of Chapter
I Il 4600. Lawsof
was assigned to the airport projectat 'ing anything on the deal, but who Flcrlda, Acts of 1897: authorizing -
To Give Vero Beach as resident engineer cares? We aren't responsible!" the issuance by the
results were Group City of Clewiston of
While no tangible revenue cer-
has been succeeded in that
Other that tificates and bonds
held last "hot" bargains arei I ; providing
obtained from a meeting position by Jimmy Loftin. that the City of Clewiston ma.ysccure
in the
Week"Out evidence throughout big
Ga., be Programs Next
Thursday in Thomaaville, payment of bonds or reve-
landowners and store include a regular $29.95 value nue certificates issued to acquire
tween bondholders, Drain New Record Set For bicycle-either a boy's or girl's- public utilities by mortgage or
officials of the Everglades pledge of such utilities or to reconstruct -
District toward a solution of of the Dark," the pageant for $25.95, an entire group of $1.79 extend enlarge or improve -

age the refunding problem of Everglades presented by the members of the Visitors To Mill value curtains of every descriptionfor therefrom the; authorizing same and the revenues sale

Drainage District indebtedness Plantation Choral Group here atT.wnsite' only $1.00 a pair, a $79.95 val- by the City of Clewiston of
Auditorium the afternoonof ue, 6-piece living room group for water and electric service; and
attending returned -i
of those
many repealing all laws and parts of
home much encouraged be- i the President's Dinner will againbe With several weeks of the harvest only $59.88, and hundreds of oth- laws in conflict herewith.

in and knowl- given on Monday at RItta Village season yet to go, 20,000 visitors ers! DATED this March 5, 1941.
of the interest
edge of the problem as shown by i and on Thursday night at Azucar. I I have already been shown through March 14. #

Governor Spessard L. Holland at I Many whites who were unableto !ithe sugar house of the United MRS. HISLER APPOINTED I

the meeting. attend the program here are States Sugar Corporation here this AS COMMODITY CLERK
season which tops by 3,000 lastyear's I I NOTICE
Governor Holland Is said to anxious to see it after the splendid
Georgia compliments paid tile colored singers record of 17,000.It Mrs. Malissa Hisler was
called the meeting in
have Notice is hereby given that special
the by their ,hearers here. is believed that the openingof ed WPA senior clerk in
because certain members of appolnt'I'I Legislation will be applied for at .the
headed by Road 26 between the Lake and the commodity distribution regular session of the Legislature of
bondholders' committee,
Florida. In the
year 1941 in substanceproviding
H. C. Rorick of Toledo, 0., had Dr. Carl White To Miami will bring many hundredsof ; here, effective as of March for "AN ACT Relating to
additional visitors here. Diston Island Drainage District to
refused to come inside of the state Mrs. Hisler succeeds Miss Bessie Glades and Hendry Counties Florida,

for fear of being served with Preach Here Sunday Stevens, who was retired after Amending Section Nine (9) of Chapter
in certain other court ac Lock ,Structure Is month 13626. Laws of Florida, Acts of 1929.
papers completing an eighteen per- and Providing for 'the Sale of Lands,
tions. iod of continuous service, whichis the Title to Which has vested In the

Those attending said that Gover- i Dr. Carl' White of Oakdale, Pa., Completed At Stuart a WPA rule.-LaBelle News. Board Drainage of Supervisors District, and of Diston Prescribingthe Island

nor Holland dominated the meeting who is' serving temporarily as a Manner Terms and Conditions of
pastor at Punta Gorda, will conduct Such Sale by Said Board, and Giv-
from start to finish and within a ing the Said Board Discretion In
few minutes had shown board mem- services here Sunday morning at I The new lock in the St. Lucie .:N:N:N:N:M:..:N:N:N:N:N:N.N.N:..:N:N.N:N:N.N:M:N:N:M.: Handling the Sale and Power to Fix

and landownersthat the regular hour at the Community Canal at Stuart which is being y yt the Terms and Conditions of Redemp-
bers, bondholders I :: y tions by the Owner of Such Lands at
he was about as familiar with Church. .built to replace the two existing '... any Time Prior to the Sale Thereof,
the conditions as were they. Last Sunday the church was filled locks Is now completed so far as -.;-. .,, v. .. -} and Fixing the Conditions Wherebythe
.t. "a" Supervisors May .Fix the
While the meeting closed withno to capacity for, the splendid ser- the actual lock structure is con- "t."t"-" Amount for Which Said Land May be
of Dr. Edward Scott Englishwho cerned which was under contract to Redeemed and Validating and Con-
mon ;
definite action having :X: PORCUPINES DO NOT SHOOT VA firming All Redemptions Heretofore
taken it was seen as a result that was for 35 years pastor of a I Cleary Brothers Construction Com- OUT THEIR QUILLS AT SC :Made By the Owner of the Propertyand

on Friday evening Rorick appeared church in Newark, N. J., and who pany of West Palm Beach. The y ENEMIES! "{. Upon Divesting Redemption the Title of Said of Said District Board

suddenly in Tallahassee for a con- has been' visiting relatives In Lake electric and mechanical operating *:* Quills are used entirely for t<: Taxes and Validating and ConfirmingAll
with Attorney General J. Wales for a few weeks. Membersof equipment which is being installedby :*. defensive purposes. The notion Xy Acts and Proceedings of the Boardof
ference "
assured of Satchell and Joseph of Jacksonville of shooting quills have Supervisors of said District.
Tom Watson and agreed to, delay the congregation are may y* A copy of the proposed legislationmay f
suit pending in the U S. Cir- hearing another fine sermon "on the has just gotten well underway <: arisen from the fact that loose >. be examined by any Interested
his it will be + ones sometimes fall out when + person at the office of this districtIn
New Or- coming Sunday. however, so
cuit Court of Appeals at i'x Moore
.t", the animal bristles them. 1. Haven.J. '
have been heard several weeks before the locks can ; E. FRIERSON,
leans which was :: -"Chamber's Encyclopedia" :t:
Chairman of Board of
Monday in order to give time for Girls Team Wins be opened for general use. +_ ,2.-"Century Dictionary" .- .j. Supervisors of Diston Island

agreement on a suitable refunding In the meantime the locks can :x: "Popular Falla ies"-A. S. E. :: Drainage District.
March 7, 14, 21, 28, 1941.
program. The suit would have :Two Loses Seven be laboriously operated by hand .2. Ackermann. +
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of the I. I Fund but are only used for a vessel too '
made,,the ; .:N:..:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N N:N:N:N:N:N N:N N:N:N:N:M:N:N. a
co-responsible with the district large for the old lock which

landowners for an $8,000,000 indebtedness Following is a record of the previously would have been required -

of the district and, if games won and lost by the girls' to use the dredge by-pass. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY

successful, would have bankruptedthe basketball team of the local school It is not considered likely that FOR PASSAGE OF
board. Another suit pendingin during the 1941 season. While the old lock at Port Mayacca will Good FarmLand

federal court at Gainesville was they lost seven games while win- be torn out until both the lock and NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That I

also postponed for thirty days. ning only two they showed up new spillway are ready for use but 'at the session of the ,Legislature of ,
Florida to convene in April, 1941,
Landowners and officials of the much better than in the 1940 sea- plans for the removal of the locks will be made for the pass-application -

district feel that with suitable help son and next year are expected to are ,now being drawn up in the, age of special or local legislation, the
substance of which will be follows -
and interest in Tallahassee the be among the strongest sextets of local sub-office of U. S. Engineers., : as

refunding plan can be worked out. this part of the state. An Act relating to the City of for Rent
1941 Clewiston Girls' Basketball I Clewiston, in Hendry County
Sears RoebuckContinued Florida
I ; amending Sections 6 and
Results \ I 7 of Article I .and Section 2 of
Beardsley Is Speaker Article III of Chapter 10433 Lawsof
: Clewiston 21 LaBelle 40 ( from Page' 1) Florida, Special Acts of 1925,
Clewiston 23 Alva 43 I being an Act entitled "An Act to
At Kiwanis MeetingJ. 20 repeal Chapter.3712 Laws of Flor- II
make savingsto
wishing to
Clewiston 13 Pahokee sons ida. Acts of 1923; and the Laws t
Clewiston. V 22 Boca Grande 20 buy early in the, sale "-becausethe amendatory thereto enacted by

E._, Beardsley, chairman of Clewiston '26 Moore Haven 23 way the' division managers have the ''1925 Legislature, and approved of Florida May Sessionof 14,

the Kiwanis Education committee, Clewiston 14" :Moore Haven 43 marked merchandise down, I know 1925, and to provide for the crea- ".. TrespassersWill

was the speaker at the weekly Clewiston 9 Jupiter 16 our stocks, although big' can't tion be of known a municipal as the City corporationto of Clew- .

meeting of the club on Wednesday Clewiston 6 Alva 26 last!" iston in Hendry County, Florida;

night at the Inn. Clewiston 10 LaBelle 17 A full staff of trained'employes torial to fix and limits. determine jurisdiction the terri-and Be

, Mr. Beardsley's talk was directed will be on hand to take care of the powers of .said City and the

primarily to the three new mem- 144 254 expected rush throughout the sale, jurisdiction and powers of its ProsecutedClewiston
officers and to
; provide a referen-
bers who were taken in that even- Average points per game: Clewiston it was learned last night from the dum on the question of incor-

ing and he explained the principlesand 16; Opposition 28.2. newly-appointed personnel manager porating ,said City; ," as amended .....
Chapter 13962, Laws of, Flor-
program of Kiwanis: told how Clewiston Girls: Games won, 2; Tom Summers. "Our payrollwill ida, Special Acts of 1929, beingan
the dues were spent and stressed games lost; 7. be the biggest since Christ- Act entitled "An Act to amend
mas, and it even get that big Sections three (3), six (6), and
the importance of attending meet- Three Highest Scorers may seven (7) of Article 1 and Sectionone
Ings, both local and district, and Hooker 63-6.9 pts. per game on the two Saturdays of our sale," (1) and two (2) of Article III
4.7 he said in an exclusive interview of Chapter 10433, of the Lawsof
the value of contacts made. Von Mach, 43- pts. per game Florida of 1925: providing for
Membership buttons and cards Murphy 24.-2.4 pts. per game with News reporters. and creating the City of Clewis Realty And

were presented with other Kiwanis One of the "livest" bargains of ton, as amended' by Chapter 12616of
the Laws of Florida "
of 1927
literature to the three new mem- NALL ON MAINTENANCEW. the great, ,promotion was a surprise amending Section 1 of Article II. DevelopmentCorporation

bers, A. R. Stevens, Hub Spoonerand value that Bob England, radio Section 2 of Article V, Section 3
Article VI, and Section 2 of
W. A. Davis. C. Nall of Moore Haven was department manager pulled out. Article, IX' of said Chapter 10433 '
There was a discussion also of recently placed in immediate chargeof To the first six buyers of his $95.00 Providing for nomination of :

future meetings. On the second maintenance ,activities as directed 'value Silvertone Console for only candidates the holding for of Commissioner primary elections and;

meeting night in April the club from the Clewiston sub-office of I $69.95, he will give those customers empowering City of Clewis

members and their wives will be I U. S. Engineers.' Instead of main"' a regular $29.95 record play-5 a ton to construct, purchase, ac-, IQ \I-

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