The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00831
 Material Information
Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: March 21, 1941
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
oclc - 33429955
notis - ACA5652
lccn - sn 95047264
System ID: UF00028415:00831
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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," i Local Robberies Cleared !I Highway Varner .Patrolman Is SpeakerAt I Clewiston Boy Lagers' > Win j

Through Ocala Arrests Kiwanis Meeting I TriCountyTournamentDistrict

I R. ,Varner,, State Highway Patrolman -

TWO MEN CAUGHT WHILI r City Offices Moved for this district, was the I Scout Meeting I TAKE MOORE FINAL HAVEN GAME BY SCORE FROM

ATTEMPTING TO ROB OIL guest speaker at the regular'meet-

BULK STATION Into New Quarters ing of the Kiwanis ClubWednes-. In' LaBelle March 27th !i OF 17.14

day night at the Inn.

Willam S. Allen, 22 and CharlesP. Mr. Varner, who is headquarter There's a handsome gold trophyin
The first joint meeting of Boy Coach R. W. Turk's office at the
who- arrested has five counties
30 were
Jones, ed in Clewiston
The city offices were over Scouts in the newly created Boy school building and there's a
at Ocala Monday night attemptinga their former in his territory and parts of two<
the week-end from : : Scout district made up of troops in triumphant expression visible in the
Standard Oil Com of
of and drives an
robbery a others average
location in the building on Central and smiles the
Glades Hendry Counties will everywhere on school
pany bulk station, confessed to I 300 miles daily. He is supposedto
Avenue which has as combination be held next Thursday night in grounds this week. For the boys'
three robberies in Tampa, several spend twelve hours each day
station and
I jail, fire citj LaBelle basketball returned from the
with squad
beginning a picnic
others at, various places in the state on his job but'stated' that his average -
I'I hall, into a new location, a portion supper about 6:30 o'clock to be ,Tri-County Tournament held in
and the two major Clewiston rob- former administration build- was closer to eighteen hours
of the
beries of the past few months, that I I The' speaker said that he 'came< followed by an interesting. program Fort Myers Friday evening with
ing. arranged by the LaBelle troop,, and the first athletic, trophy' ever won
of Parkinson's Store and ..Alston'sDrug to, Clewiston on December 15 of
The building has been altered to board of Review. by the local school-a gold trophy
Store. last year and that at that time
a considerable extent and very Each Scout is requested to bring presented them as champions of
The two men said they broke Into there were from four to thirteen
and took comfortable quarters' are providedfor territory his own meat for the supper and the the Tri-County League.
Parkinson's store here accidents every night in the -
the new offices. Entrance is LaBelle troop will furnish all the Clewiston's final 17 to 14 victoryover
several rifles, two shotguns, some and that he was proud to report -
'gained through the south or. main Moore Haven
"trimmings. Parents of Scoutsare came as an exciting
shirts and- shoes, according to the that there has been only
I entrance and the offices are located also invited to attend the meet- last-minute rally in a closely
report of Detective Chief Bush, of thirteen accidents of any moment
I just to the right of the, door, occupying ing. played 'game. Previously Clewiston
Tampa, and also admitted breakinginto from December 15 to March 15.
several the office formerly used by Clewiston is hoping to send a i had won 36 to 31 over Alva and
Alston's Drug Store He said that the patrolman is
W. C. Prewitt' as well as the hall- 100 per cent membership to the 32 to 28 over Boca Grande. Two
weeks before, hauling the store on the road not 'only to enforcethe
way and in the office space formerly meeting and it is hoped that the of Clewiston's players, Aaron Knight
safe 'to Tampa and tearing it open laws but also to help anyone
used by M. E. Von Mach with Moore Haven troop will do as well. and Earl 'Mooneyhan, were selected
in the woods near Temple Terrace. who may have trouble and told ol
a portion of the old stock room,, In order to make arrangements for by the coaches and officials as
They found they said, $8 5.00 in a case on the preceding night when
is located the commissioner's room. the crowd the LaBelle 'committee- members of the all star team, and
cash and a supplyof narcotics. a car had run out of oil thirty miles
Small clerk states I Dennis Small has asked that were awarded silver basketballs in
Some hope was held that at leasta Mrs. G. H. from a filling station and that he man, I
from Parkin- that the new quarters are much they be notified no latter than Sat- recognition of this honor.
portion of the loot I had gone the thirty ,miles after oil
son's Store would be recovered. more comfortable and convenientthan and returned with it'to the car. urday' how, many from Clewiston The boys' all-star team were

Law- the, old offices.NATIONAL and Moore Haven will attend. Johnny Downing, Boca Grande, Gordon
Jones; whose home is in The speaker said that in the
Edwards, Alva; Earl Mooneyhan -
renceburg, Tenn,, was held on state about three hundred licenses ..
Clewiston; Edgar Lee, Moore
forgery charges in Tampa last year were revoked during January and ,
Haven, and Aaron Knight, Clewis-
and it was he who was wounded EDITORSTO that '97% of these were for drunken NICE CROWD SEES ton. Boys receiving honorable

\ when the pair ,attempted to break driving. 'No' licenses were revoked -,
. mention were Joiner, Boca Grande;
into a store in Reddick, near during the period in Hendry
Waters, Clewiston; Flitch, Boca
Ocala, three ''weeks 'ago. He was VISIT CLEWISTON I County. FIRST SHOWING OF
Grande; Shore, Fort Myers; War-
shot by the owner of the store In describing the patrol set-up
rjner, LaBelle; and Cason, Clewiston. -
with birdshot and bloodstains were Varner said that there were' sixty I'

found in the car which the pair ON TOUR OF STATEMore men to patrol the state highways "BUBBLING OVER"A I The. LaBelle girls' team was

were using when apprehended. in and these were chosen from 11,000
winner of the girls tournament by
Ocala. applicants according to merit. Every
I virtue of a ,16 to 13 win over Alva.
Allison and Jones were broughtto than five hundred news- patrolman must be little short of large crowd gathered in the
The girls 'all star team is composedof
Tampa from Ocala Tuesday, for paper editors from every sectionof a registered tnurse, a wireless operator high school auditorium last night

questioning and then returned to the United States, assembled in must have a general knowl- for,the initial performance of "Bub- Opal Flynn, Alva; Billie Jones,

Jacksonville for' the annual National ,.. Over hilarious comedy put LaBelle; 'Ruth Edwards, Alva;
Marion County. to stand trial for (Continued on Page 8), bling a -
Editorial Association meeting on benefit for the Parent- Clair Adkinson, LaBelle; Mary
armed robbery. It has not been on as a
learned whether or not they will April 21-23 will visit Clewiston dur- Teachers Association by Miss Edythe Bateman, LaBelle; Viola Flynn,

be brought to Hendry County, for ing the tour of the "state which is Reeder, of the Empire Producing Alva, and Vinnie Shepard' Alva.
..".. REP. STEWART ASKS. The tightest of the tourna-
arraignment.,"*'"*'** *"_" : planned :following.:,*%% .c nveni n. .. _Company! of Kansas City and theenthusiastic game
for the
ment was theJoy'finals:
Felix Knowles,. Panama City, The visiting editors :will be in reception 'which this
gold championship trophy: Moore
who is being held ,for '*trial in the Clewiston on Tuesday, April 29, and COPIES OF LOCAL first showing received indicates that I Haven, playing without a single

Hendry County jail in connectionwith will be luncheon guests of, the an even_ larger' crowd will be pres- substitution, started out ahead and

the Parkinson robbery,may be United States'' Sugar Corporation at ent for the final performance to-
led 4 to 2 at the quarter and 6 to
released unless evidence is found the Olewiston Inn. During the stay BILLS TO BE PASSED ,night.. 4 at the half. At the end of the'

which ties ,him to 'the AllisonJonespair. here they will visit the sugar, The plot of the play revolves third ,quarter Moore Haven was out

house and such other corporation around the difficulty 'of two college

properties as time permits.The Representative Elbert L. Stewart' boys, played by M. C. Doke and J. (Continued on Page 8)

P' Band and Glee Club State Press Association will is making known his position in D. Hooker, who try to pay their

be hosts to the visiting editors and regard to the introduction of local I tuition in college by setting up the" Father ,And' Son

Concert Wednesday has arranged an interesting tour bills in the legislature and in a "Bubbling Over Date .Bureau" after

of Florida following the three day statement, to the News this week their fathers have tightened down I Banquet Is Held On

--.- business meeting. The state group I asked that an explanation of the on them as being too extravagent.

The United States Sugar Cor- will also hold its 'spring meeting situation be made. Things go nicely until one of the Monday Night, at Inn

poration band and the Clewiston I in Jacksonville at the same time. Mr. Stewart says that in the I professors seeks a date with a

,High ,School Glee Clubs will presenta A side trip is planned to St. Augustine past he has been asked to introduce sweetheart -twenty-five years before The Clewiston chapter of Future

benefit program next Wednesday I and Marine Gardens during local bills which neither he I Miss Lively, and unable to Farmers of America held their
26 at the high school the sweetheart one of the
March ,
night, nor the people of Hendry County produce
the:! first three days and the main first Father and Sons banquet on
auditorium. An excellent program tour will start from Jacksonvilleon have had ample time to study, and I boys (J.D.) dresses up as Miss Live- Clewiston Inn
night at the
is being 'arranged which includes Thursday morning, April 24. to 'put an end to that practice, he ly and successfully fools the professor Monday members of the chap-
five band selections four selections until the real Miss Lively appearson twenty
\, That day the editors will visit' is asking that a copy of all bills be and twenty-eight visitors -
the club and two vocal solos the sce'ne. But as customary ter present
by glee Gainesville and Ocala and wo"rld- given him before he leaves for the '
including goodly percentagef
vocalist from West Palm in such everything; works : a
by a guest famous Silver Springs and will 'opening of the legislature on plays, the fathers' of members. Prof.
Beach who has been engaged by and there is a happy
in April 8th. Mr. Stewart says that
spend the night Orlando. The next rwin: Johnwick, principal of the
Prof. F. G. Sturchio, Band director.A Miss Roberta?George ..has _
night will be spent, in St. Petersburg -' he will be glad to meet with any ending. I the guest
South Bay school, was
small admission fee will be of Miss Lively and A. L.
with visits during the day to board or with any group of citi- the. part '
I charged and this will go into the zens relative to the introduction of Hackett as the professor. Members speaker
points of interest en route The
school treasury for buying instru- local bills. "Practically any of the supporting cast include Mr. Johnwick's talk :was on the
third night will be spent in Tampa any
ments and music for the school Wilson Ruby McIntyre, subject "Teamwork of Father andSon"
local bill which is introduced bya Jimmy ,
and on:; Sunday night the group will to
band. arrive in Miami for a two-day visit representative or _senator, with the Betty Spicer, Beth Nail, Virginia and with many
Following is the program: approval of other representatives Harrell ,and Hazel Prewitt. llustrate he demonstrated the
and two days which will be packed I
"The Scout," March ...._m.m.. Band Continued 8) or senators of the county, will be Between, act specialties included > the father and son'worl: us together -
( on Page
and companicns
"La Albuera, Spanish waltz..Band"When passed by' the legislature, and that a vocal solo by ,Missj, June Hooker as' pals
Irish Eyes Are Smiling" and that the law- in rather than as father and son.
makes it important and three costume dances, pa-

I "Comin' Through the Baseball 'Meeting At makers who introduce such a bill jamas, as a pep squad and a mili- The principal talk made Dy a

Rye" ................................ Vocalist have time' to study it and to, find tary drill, by a chorus composedof chapter member was Philip cLeod's -

f ,"Santa Lucia" ...._..........: Glee Club City: Hall Mond'ayAnnouncement out how the people. back home feel Misses Leah Richaud Flora :Lee talk on the subject, How:

"Pale Moon" .....mu..m.. Glee Club about it." Haven, Beulah Guthrie, Elizabeth FFA Will Help Me In Farming." It

"Frenesi" ........................ Glee Club Mr. Stewart andthe- Senator Winn, Betsy Springer, Maureen was an interesting talk and show-

"Down By The Old Mill is made of a from this district, David Elmer Prewitt, Barbara Broadfoot, Louise ed a striking familiarity with his

Stream" ........................ Glee Club meeting to be held next Monday Ward, are joining with lawmakersover Roath, Janice Wynn, Laura Bailey, subject. Robert Hodges and Bobby

"Melodies of Stephen Foster," night at 7:30 at the former city the state who are making an June Hooker, Margaret Von Maph Topper entertained with a clarinet

a medley .............................. Band hall on Central Avenue for the' effort this year to reduce the local and Renee Wethington.In duet and the entire chapter joinedin

"Everglades Sugar March".....Band purpose of organizing a baseball bill problem to a minimum. connection with the play a going through the ritualistic

"Star Spangled Banner" ........ Band team for. Clewiston for the "spring "The constitution intends that popularity contest is being held work, in singing the club song and

and summer. Every business man every local bill be advertised thirty' and the winner' will be presented attonight's in leading the pledge of allegiance

Colored Ball Teams and those interested in playing on days prior to its introduction, or performance. to the flag.

the team are urged to be present. else that it be submitted to the ,Short talks were also made by

See League Teams The new diamond, in the south- voters before becoming effective," In Jay W. Moran, who explained the
Extension Groups scholarship
west part of town, which was be- said Mr. Stewart. sugar corporation open

gun last year, is now. being com- Those'' who plan to request the to all Future Fanner chapters of

Colored ,baseball teams from the pleted and. it is planned to have it introduction of any special or local Meeting Here TodayAbout the state; by R. N. Miller of La-

several plantation villages of the ready for play by or shortly after bills should begin advertisement of Belle, Dr.' C. E. Weaver, county

United States Sugar Corporation the beginning of'the playing sea-, the bills at once and should advise superintendent of LaBelle, J. I J.

tJl! with the foremen from each village son. The entire grounds are now Mr. Stewart and Senator Ward of sixty representatives of Beardsley, Harry Vaughn and' R.

will enjoy an exhibition baseball being disked and levelled and marlis the exact contents of the bill. the Florida Extension 'Service and W. Turk, school principal.

game in West Palm Beach Sunday being placed in the base lines, various federal agencies are meet- The dinner was served on the

between the Rochester team of the at the bases, in pitcher's box. and DRAFT OFFICE TO MOVE ing today at.the Clewiston Inn in porch at the Inn and began at eight

International League and the Phila- in the area back of home plate. one of a series of district meetings' o'clock. *

delphia Phillies of the National The remainder of the diamond is The office of the county draft planned by the extension service in'I

11 League.It being sodded and should be in fine board will be moved shortly into the interest of national and state .
is customary each for the JohnH. policies and Agriculture in Defense. iitration, the Agricultural Adjust
year shape within a short time. Trees the room now occupied by
corporation to arrange for and J. E. Beardsley's The meeting started at ,ninethirtyand ment Administration, Land Use
sugar shrubbery are also being planted Doty adjoining
these colored teams, which provide around the' diamond and streets real-estate office. An apartmenton was expected to last until four' Planning Service, Soil Conservation

I I':; 'so much entertainment in the villages improved adjacent to it so that the the same floor of the Hopkins o'clock this afternoon,. Service, Vocational Agriculture,

throughout the season, to see park should present a splendid building Is being aranged into of- County agents of all South Flor- State' and U. S. Forestry Services'
at least one of the "GrapefruitLeague" appearance before the end of the fices and Mr. Doty will occupy. one ida, counties as well 'as representatives and 'others are attending the

games. summer of these. I of the Farm Security Admin-. ing.,

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r I Anyway, It's a Living! t'II. i ff, r'r Gems of ThoughtIN t

TRUTH there is no such

.i. DR .It's true that one- thing in man's nature as a
half the world doesn'tknow settled and full resolve either

w A bNR how the other for good or evil, except\at the
&Nj moment of execution.-
lIE half lives. Yes, in this IWNU ti.rvir." very
world there are some
j Washington, D. C. Man About Town: I How happy is he born and taught .
very strange profcs-
That serveth not another's will;
SENATORS DEBATE TO EMPTY w sions, and this series New York'Novelette: Mr. Pirolleran Whose armour is his honest thought

CHAMBERBig of photographs shows a good restaurant on West 45th And simple truth his utmost skill.
I Street for a long time One of -Sir Henry Wotton.
words, such as "momentous, you a few of them.
"historic," "crucial," have been The surprising thing, his patrons a few years ago was'tab a What's gone and what's past
young who'd hang a
common in describing the senate Defend-debate is that the people engaged for two 'or three months until he help should be past grief.--

on the lend-lease bill.the in these unusual -{ peddled a piece-then he'd pay up Shakespeare.

ing themselves against charge maintained professions fail] "You won't regret this," he He that falls into sin is a
the opposition I
of filibuster that the, issues are so grave to see anything at all] used to tell Mr. Pirolle, "some day man; that grieves at it, is a. ,

national interest demands unusual about them.'', I'll make good and do you a good saint; that boasteth of it, is a
that turn" The other day Pirolle devil.-Fuller
weeks of discussion. got a letter from the success .
Daily throughout long weeks the left : Vgh! JFe, It 'told of a restaurant in Hollywood

front pages reverberated with the should imagine that! that needed better management.The .

senate's embattled thunderings. The there are better and' pay was big plus free rent in lEnd. Tables Easily

headlines and crackling statementshave more pleasant ways, I a nice huge house for Pirolle and Made From Spools

given the impression of fierce ..Sk,>, of testing soap than' I his wife .- Pirolle sold his 45th
struggle. But the reality was far tasting it. Yet Joseph; Street restaurant and is now bound "FVEAR MRS. SPEARS: I have .

different. / Strobl of Los Angeles for Movietown, where most of his *-* made a pair of.spool shelves

There was no blood shed. The ; ; prefers this method. old customers are anyway 1 Including :like those you give directions for

senate never presented a more N"7. '. But it's'a : I one who didn't forget 'in your Sewing Book No. 3. They
peaceful, more indolent appear- Again, ugh Preston Stu"rges.Manhattan [are painted watermelon pink to
ance. If a great battle was raging, W' living! ;match the flowers in my bedroom

there were few signs of it on the u..w.."..... .. r" T ;.f K,.. M Murals: The lights on ''curtains, and they are very pretty I
floor. of the "greatest deliberative the marquee of a newsreel theater:, ''hung at each side of the windows
body in the world." "Crime Doesn't Pay"-"Italians jl would like to make some end

Most of the time it looked more Retreat" The Peke in a Madi- tables of spools for the living

like the lounges of a ritzy club thana son Avenue restaurant who getsa room, but I can't think of a way to

council chamber where historywas daily saucer of orange juice for FOR TABLE 26"HIGHUSEJBOAADS
; being made. At times there breakfast The baseball argu- rf.

,iwere no more than a half dozen ments creeping into the Main Stem / '! WITH HOLES //
members in the chamber. conversations-a whiff of Spring u ;I BORED IN $
The Sixth Avenue bookshops where h /

TURKS VS. BULGARS you can get Shakespeare for a r//ii CORDS '
nickel The meticulous mannerin USE 52SMALL
Inside reason why the Turks SPOOLS
which the pastries are arrangedin ;, AND 24 LARGE
.,signed a non-aggression pact with Lindy's windows-like a Rockette !i 11 ONES '
the BuIgars has been given U. S. S/ w / ,.
precision parade Times Squareon r USE 4BRASSCURTAIN
diplomats by the British foreign of- \ I'
a Saturday eve-resembling an /
fice. It is this: RODS RUN
annex at Fort Dix. THROUGHSPOOLS
Some months ago the British fi'i; u

,themselves, suggested that the Turks ,ND BOARDS, jTV
;and Bulgars sign a treaty of friend- Portrait of a Man USE GLUE BETWEEN tuE 1

;ship and non-aggression.' But negotiations Playing the Typewriter: SPOOLS
: dragged. Then suddenly, make them rigid. Have you any
just at the wrong moment from a No wonder Wayne King's dreamy suggestions to how this may be
,after all these
'music still is popular "
psychological point of view, the pact done? B. P.
years; no brass, no earachers, no
was completed. Its announcementto Curtain rods are used through,
music No
blasts. Just quip
the world was construed as meaning the spools to make the legs. Bet
has been credited to "originators"
Turkey would not penetrate Bulgarian so many ter, take along a spool to try when-
the about the husband's -
soil to oppose Germany. : as one you shop for the rods; and get;'
to his wife saying: '
; postcard
the type that has one piece fitting
The British this interpretationis
say "Having Wonderful Time Wish
all wet.Tipoff You Were HER!" inside the other. If the spools are*
little loose the rod it won'ti,
to the situation is that the ..._"",,____,__," __....._._.____ ............m.m.' .wH.wi/vu.4aaaw:.:>..4 t.Srlee'.enba ,a on ,
make any difference for they must!
British have been rushing reinforcements -
: to Salonika to backstop the FISHDERM1ST That's what Mrs. Charles Parker of Santa Catd? The March Reader's Digest reminds 'be glued' between each spool, and

Greeks and the Turks-if they co lina Island, Calif.; calls herself. With hammer, nails, paint and stuffing, the appeasers, via a former also between the spools and the
attache in Berlin, that we couldn'tdo table shelves.
operate. And ,in the that didn't ,, :
she the
mounts big ones get away. : business with the Nazis, unless *
Balkans usually goes to the strongest NOTE: If .you ,have-an. iron bed or a
became Nazified Quentin
[we, '
rocking chair you would like to modernize,
side.'a iReynolds' literary lace in Collier's: 'be sure to send for my Book No. 3. It''
;"Lisbon is a city under death, and contains 32 fascinating ideas of things to>
DRAFTED INDIANS her; bright lights are really her funeral make for your home. Send your order to:

There are about 700 Seminoles in candles" The Supreme I
Florida, divided between north Flor- :Court -i i d--that it-was illegal to MRS. RUTH WYETH SPEARS

'ida farms and the southern Ever-' tr%'! Ar<' :'% C 1 V rJ r imitate clothes styles Bet that Drawer 10
'gladcs. In recent tribes ,.., Bedford Hills New Yprk
n '
years many a,,f ?a:. 'decision scared the dickens outta a '
;men have left their swamp homesto ,lotta colyumists What the RAF Enclose 10 cents for Book No. 3.

; set up lucrative tourist shows ,'% ypJ..,,; : :is holding back was neatly recorded Name ...............................
along the Tamiami Trail, featuring ..tkY.f'Fj'' ; ri:::, ;
? :
; < iby; Dorothy Thompson: "If Britain Address .............................
wrestling matches between Indians falls-the weight of the whole world

:and crocodiles. 'vA4; / ''will be on the side of the Fascist

Came the draft, and Seminoles of k!@<'>t' ; ,,, fo-r ps,. F ';
,the swamps and farmlands all reg- $ ,F; :, :' weap-ons[

;istered. But the tourist-show Indi- !', We hope that makes it clear. NASAL MENTHOLATUM
:ans were told by white friends that Quickly l1lh S \
they weren't subject to the draft, %.'Hr, ;,f .yip 7b.:. IRRITATED
One of the constructive things
since they never made with IRRITATION MEMBRANES
peace .. ASCAP should do is stop those or- I
'the U. S. government, owed it no ,5. lar' trryo-fji4.vC\K$<:r ,q'.%;x '- chestra leaders, such as the one ... ,...,..
[allegiance. So they went on a draft- :ro> j'Sy +
,who sticks his moniker, on lovely' 1
,strike. Cuban melodies obscure composers 4
And selective service officials, not .. -
create. '
:anxious to disrupt Indian relations, Short-Lived Joy
:have refused so far to turn their ? .yi '. w'y.fb,2f4(rJJe Y.yZry y 2r yr / tr' 'p w. dt ,' The joy that isn't shared with
names over to the department of Wonder how much truth there is another dies young.DON'T .
'justice for prosecution. Upshot is ,to that buzz about Hitler and Goer- f

''that Everglades Seminoles are leav- 3'y ;,ing being miffed with each other?

;ing the swamps in droves, thinking .fif/: Goering, the legend has it, is BE BOSSEDBY
,they, too, will be exempt if they in the doghouse because of his failure -
''live on the Trail. in the skies over Britain YOUR LAXATIVE-RELIEVE

Word also is spreading to their ...-.... --_..-.. :Ann that...-. -it's. -': nn -secret--- -- in- Vienna. CONSTIPATION THIS MODERN WAY

brethren in the north on stock farms Samuel Wardlaw special invesMiss Billie Lampie of Los An- :that his frau entered a loge at a .When you feel gassy, headachy, logy
:provided by the government that if Cheater and was booed until she de- due to clogged-up bowels, do as millions
Seminoles to military, tigator for Los Angeles public Iigeles, only woman in America who parted Supposed to be "in- do-take Feen-A-Mint at bedtime. Next
: want. escape down book mutilation makes specialist for morning-thorough, comfortable relief,
brary, keeps a living as eye side stuff" swapped in State Dep'tcorridors.
:service the thing to do is to open a helping you start the day full of your
:tourist show. and thefts by observing the main birds and animals. Here she is fit. : normal energy and pep, feeling like a

; On the hot spot is kindly John reading room with binoculars. ting eyes to a dove. million! Feen-A-Mint doesn't disturb the I
!'Collier, commissioner of Indian af- Wonder what's become of Sam your night's rest or interfere with work

fairs. But,fearing cries of discrimi-o N'M<<<<<""M.<.,Sv".,M1'...5 xqE/'F.b/.5'',i' $" ,,,,,,,;;):)," !.>:J 'W :. H:>: U/y. '::>:' ":f>.",Y>(> -:<:!C-'. ._g... Goldwyn's threat of several months 4 next laxative day. Try,yoursoIC Feen-A-Mint It tastes, the good chewinggum it's :t

nation from other tribes, he has V ago to wipe out double features? handy and economical...a family supply
served notice that slackers will be Y r%; 'v'Yarlh.Vf oYN' I ..k' YI ;And that promise to fire membersof costs only

prosecuted if they don't fall in line. the "ism" groups off the relief FEEN-Am M i r T

SUNDEPORTABLE 7; /F ;( .ft. .payrolls? Or the predictions of

PRINCESS .dramatic critics that plays without Evil Influence
"were here to stay"? .
"Will anybody take a deported >;scenery There is no worse robber than a
princess?" This, in effect, is the ;The height,of something or other lawsuit is ;badi, book.
that radio trio who flung a
plea of Attorney General Jackson ,
regarding Maria Waldenburg-Schill- ;,against a movie firm for using"their"

ingsfurst, Princess Stefanie Hohen- billing: "Tom, Dick, and

lohe, a German'who came here from Harry." Hmf!

England on a Hungarian passport.The .
department of justice has or- Two magazines that attracted

dered her deported, but has found, considerable attention before start-
to its embarrassment, that it's impossible ing (only to flop) were Ken and

to deport somebody when Stage Verne Marshall was lam-
nobody will have her. Jackson has ,basted out of the pubic eye by a bar- demon's LIck-A-Brlk

deported her by act of law, but can't :rage of word-bullets Every Blackman's Hog Powder

get her out of the country. '. :knock is a boost, huh? Notice Blackman's Stock Powder r
.Z A S' (q!;ia': .
England won't have her. So she t 'r p ir{ .ytq >2 hoW many of the opposition, to Blackman's Poultry Powder

will have to remain in San Francisco everything the Administration at- Blackman's Poultry Tablets

unless Germany decides to take her tempts to do, do so because they Blackman's Lice Powder

back, in which case she might get personally hate Roosevelt? Blackman's Dip &Disinfectant

there by way of the Pacific and ,One day the history books will lake NONE FII1E LOWER COST

Vladivostok.As ;care of them all-but they won'thave GET RESULTS OR

a result the justice departmentis I. ; the crimson faces. Their de. YOUR MONEY BACK:
drafting a bill for submission to :ascendants will carry the burden of
congress, whereby an undesirablealien shame ., Bob Quillen's comforting -
could be held in custody, or thought: A success is a guy rJ {e.)1 1 !4' 4

restricted freedom, or parole-de- {who accumulates enough to leave MEDICINE CO.
pending on the character of the per. I WOODEN POULTRY FARMER San Francisco's Frank Mack? his widow rich when he works him-
son. makes his living by raising wooden ducks, the kind used as decoys. ;self to death.


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I 's' There's the Ru6-PeteHa'd
KouseholdNeujsw ASK ME ,A Quiz With Answers .

? Offering Information Lived Within That Distance

ANOTHER. on Various SubjectsThe A traveler was wanderingacross

..- -I the Rockies in search of a
man to whom he had been givena
Questions The Answers letter of introduction.After .

> a long and tedious jour-
1. How far back has the exist- 1. To the year 2000 B. C. ney he hailed a wild-looking fel-.
ence of cheese been traced? 2.: The ant. low who was smoking outside a
2. What animal in that kingdomhas 3. Bolivar (known as the father shack. .

the largest brain in proportionto and liberator of Panama Peru, "Docs Hard Pete live near
its size? Colombia, Venezuela, Ecuador here?" asked the traveler. ;

3. Who is known as the father and Bolivia. "No," said the man.

> and liberator ,of six countries? 4. Mohammedanism Bud- "Then can you tell me where I

4. What two major religions absolutely dhism, whose adherents constitute can find his friend and neighbor,
forbid the use of wine or one-fourth of the human race. Rough-House Joe?"

other intoxicating liquors? 5., Aramaic "I'm Rough-House Joe!"

5. What language was spoken by 6. The royal palace (also the "Well, they told me Hard Petelived

Jesus? name of the hill upon which the within gunshot of you."
6. What is;the Quirinal in Rome? palace is situated). I "He did."

12) f -

Crocheted Chair Set Corrupt StagnationBetter W CHOICE I OF'MILLIONS: 1"" 1 '

In Pineapple Design StIST.JOSEPI'

that should in =
we err ac-
tion than wholly refuse to perform.The i I ASPIRIN g

%; rRO bA ooatc. c. storm is so much better than Ss WORLD'S LARGEST r1

1} ,., the calm, as it declares the pres- SELLER' AT

ence of a living principle. Stag-

nation is. something worse than Step by Step

death. ,It is corruption also.- Knowledge advances by steps,

Simms. and not by leaps.-Macaulay.

A (See Recipes Below)


More About Deserving Desserts.

Once upon a time a friendly neigh Speaking of Deserving DessertsI
1 bor' living close to house in a 10 ,. '
t our want to tell you about my ,IZI, DQ 4
small friendly town used to say over small lOc cook book entitled b yOff'YAi 4J I 7 f ,,,y

and over, "But a dinner just isn't a "Easy "
Entertaining. From
dinner unless you' top it off with a er to cover; it is packed not only cov- ? c'J
'deserving dessert.' I
And when I with new and unusual recipes, 1I
pressed him to explain to me just but also with menu suggestionsand _
what he meant by a "deserving des- ideas for entertaining easily '1
sert" he explained that it was a and happily-for
making guests '
dessert which was so good that even feel they l;
are truly welcome while
at the end of a man's meal it still the hostess has 10 fII eS
ample time left t
deserved to be eaten. m ,? iiy eeit. ,ii
same guests when
After all, men, bless them, do like they arrive.To sots .' -. s/r;; ;
t their desserts and so in this column
secure your copy just send L1 f
today-I am giving to you a numberof
brand 10 cents in coin to Eleanor ilf Star of the"Aquacade"at
easy-to-make recipesfor
deserving desserts. Howe, 919 North, Michigan Ave- 1 the Son Francisco Fair

nue, Chicago, Illinois. a
but one, and that's a recipefor ?
a deserving salad. And the rea- 1,

sons I am featuring this lone salad but not dry. Pour into a greased \iJEf/
recipe with all the dessert recipes 8-inch by 8-inch pan and bake in a' / 1zliit \

are these: First, it makes one ofI moderate oven (350,degrees) for 35 i'( e' BREAKFAST"A ,
the best-to-eat salads I have evertasted. I minutes. To make, the topping, boil'
And second, I have a theory pineapple and sugar together about big bowlful of Kellogg's/ Corn
that ,Pattern No. 2663 Flakes with some fruit and lots of
like 8 minutes until
men desserts a good or syrup-like in ap=: f milk and
\ ,
1 many of them simply do 'pearance. Chill and
not eat
as pour over top
, ever-popular pineapple design E li
many salads as they should. of cool cake. Let stand in refrig- :THE : FOOD ENERGY!
So, some time, this erator until ready to I forms this lovely chair set. \ .dJJM
serve salad in serve. Cut in VITAMINS!
Though so effective a design it ian s -
; J"f I
with your 'dinner'menu'th n top it, off squares and garnish with whipping | easy one to crochet. It is done t C 0 MINERALS!
any one, of these desserts and
cream.Red tin No. 30 cotton and can be used tr PROTEINS!
will the'man of the .S
family Raspberry Snow Balls.
; scarf ends A
gas too.
have had his favorite meal topper- (Makes 6 snow balls) plus t the famous FLAVOR of
offer, but he will have had a health ? Kellogg's Corn Flakes that tastes
giving, vitamin containing dish 4 cup butter. Pattern 2663 contains directions for set; 1 rHE. .j sogoodl\ sharpensyourappehte,
well. : as x % cup sugar Illustrations of it and stitches; photographof )fAs 9 ,,' ,.,,, makes you want to eat.t
1 cup general purpose flour set; materials required. Send order to: rV 5,. \'Irr Nt hlr,Irlln
Tomato II
and Ham .
Salad. 1 NN uuN
teaspoon ?
10 servings) '/. teaspoon salt Copr.1941 Kelloga Company
lj/fc cups water % cup milk Sewing Circle Needlecraft Dept.
6' 2 10? 82 Eighth Ave. New York
cans condensed tomato 2 egg whites, (beaten) Unbidden One The Imitator
soup Enclose 15 cents in coins for'Pattern
4 Creamthe butter. Add and He that comes unbidden goes I Nobody so like an honest man I
tablespoons unflavored gelatin sugar No.;........
beat well. Sift the flour away unthanked. as. an arrant knave.
1 1 cup cold' water \ powder, and salt baking NameAddress...............................

4 3-ounce'package cream cheese together. Add alternately .............................
teaspoons prepared
mustard with the
1 tablespoon prepared horseradish milk and then
l/z teaspoon salt a'
fold in the beaten
4 'tablespoons lemon juice
egg whites.Steamin
1 cup salad dressing small buttered SKINNY GIRLS

1 pound chopped)boiled ham (3t% cups molds for 30 to 35 LOOK UNHEALTHYBoy

. t' 3 hard-cooked minutes. Serve friends don't like that "unpeppy"look.
eggs with red raspberry So, if'you need the Vitamin B
sauce. Complex and Iron of Vinol in your SEEDS r
Heat ''water and diet to improve appetite, to fill out those .
soup together i in Red Raspberry Sauce. hollows and add lovely .curves, get
IVa-quart saucepan until boiling. Re Vinol r
move from heat. Jcup butter AT YOUR DRUG STORE 1 1 1
Soak gelatin in ,1 cup Confectioner's sugar

t rte; cold water for 5 1 cup crushed raspberries The Narrow ViewIf

? minutes, then,dissolve Cream the butter and add sugar a man take no thought, about Enjoyment in Action jection; but he can find enjoyment
in hot soup. slowly while beating thoroughly. Add what is distant, he will find sorrow Man' looks forward to rest onlyto I in action alone, and cares for noth- I
lend together raspberries. To serve, pour over near at hand.-Confucius. be delivered from toil and sub- ing else.Vauvenargues.THE .
1 cream cheese, ,hot steamed snow balls and serve
"k' '"
:; at
mustard once. ,
lemon juice' and horseradish. Add a Orange Dessert Squares.
little soup to mixture
stantly; then return to, remainder stirring con of % cup shortening(Makes 15 servings) SMOKE OF SLOWER-BURNING CAMELS GIVES YOUEXTRA

hot soup, mixing well. Cool. When % .r

f' mixture salad dressing begins and to thicken ham. fold Rub in a L 2 2 cups eggs cup sugar flour(separated) MILDNESS, EXTRA COOLNESS, EXTRA fLAVOR

2-quart heat-resistant
glass baking 2 teaspoons' baking
dish with oil.
Arrange slices of V teaspoon salt
hard-cooked egg around the sides, %
milk &
reserving some for the top. Pour in AND SLOWER
tomato-ham mixture. Allow to 2 tablespoons ,orange rind (grated)

Garnish top with slices of hard-gel. Cream the shortening and add. % BURNING

cooked egg and serve with lettuce. sugar gradually. Blend in the egg SUITS ME FROM '
Surprise Dessert. yolks. Sift together the flour, bak-
(Serves 10) ing powder and salt and add to the EVERY ANGLE. CAMELS
\ 1 cup sugar the milk. Beat the egg whites until SMOKE SO MUCH
stiff but not dry, and fold into .
2 eggs the LESS NICOTINE tea::
1% cups graham cracker batter with the orange rind. Bake ,
1 cup milk crumbs in a greased 9-inch by 16-inch pan than the EXTRA MILD.
in average of the 4 other ;,;
a moderately hot
Vz cup walnut meats oven (375 de-
2 teaspoons baking powder grees) for about 30 minutes. Cut in largest-selling cigarettes tested-less than AND I 60 FOR THAT .
of them-according independent
squares and, serve hot with orange any
Topping sauce. scientific tests of the smoke itself. EXTRA FLAVOR
lIP, 1 1 cup crushed pineapple (with juice) Orange. Sauce. *
cup sugar
Cream the butter, add the sugar 2 teaspoons cup sugar cornstarch THE SMOKE'S THE THING!
and blend well. Add the well-beaten % teaspoon salt ;;
egg yolks. Com-
cup boiling water
bine the
; ground 4/ 1 teaspoon butter BOB DONAHUE-Ace Pathe newsreel 'rp= >, }''(
graham cracker Ho follows the the
% cameraman. news c
cup orange juice
crumbs with bak- world over with camen.-witb.Camels!
ing powder and tablespoons orange rind (grated)

add alternately Combine sugar, cornstarch and
t. with the milk. salt. Add boiiing water, stirring D
t Add the walnut constantly. Cock, stirring frequently -
.' meats and then until the mixture is clear and
carefully fold in the egg whites thick (about 15 minutes). Add but- CAMEL-THE SLOWER-BURNING CIGARETTEL
which have been beaten until stiff ter, and the orange juice and rind.
(Released by Western Newspaper Union.)


PAGE: FOUR ,THE CLEWISTON NEWS VTnn..nr..y&'...&.."......, ...nS.\.Ifi N1. 1tllt

I to a large city church. Per- I plies has head. Its bill is I
The Clewiston News many a rusty were "Banking" and "Associated I Irress" Chorus-chosen from the first
I haps'we are overlooking some of blue, and joins the forehead at A'I and were most instructive. through the sixth grades-under the

own town's finest assets In takingfor sharp? angle. direction of Miss Alice Steinholtz.

published every Friday In Clewiston, granted the things we have The Canvasback-is similar to the This weeks benefit movie will )

Florida, by the CLEWISTON" NEWS before us every day. Redhead but' has a dark bill that be given on Saturday evening and VISITING MINISTER IN SOUTH

Inc. slopes Into the head in almost a will be a Western featuring Kermit CLEWISTON CHURCH -

If you're interested in real estate straight t line. Maynard, brother, of Ken.

KEATIILEY BOWDE.Y. Editor and will look at the map you'll The Scaup has a greenishpurplehead news and'"'the" serial will Rev. W. E. Emanual of TampaIs

I[ find that these are the lots that W. with 'a light colored back. shown. ;'"- 7. .. comedY'1 arriving today to conduct

Entered 'as second class PostiOfficetin' Gltnpel 'advertising'for sale:. One 1 .: .I',.=----.:...-.-. series a
I, 1927, at the The Ring-necked duck is similarto of meetings at the South
Clewiston February, iElorida. und r the Act of lot is on the highway: just five lots' the Scaup ,but has a dark back On'J:"ridayi-the' school closed its Pentecostal Church throughApril

March 3, from the Inn; another is one lot sixth month of class-room work. 6th. Rev. Emanual is well known
The Red-breasted Merganser is
removed from Foy Durrence's new ; The enrollment has dropped to minister and
one of the fish ducks. It has a conducted services
lot Is three blocks i
Per Year. home and one 291." ,
Subscription Hale ':60 here for a few nights in Februaryof
slender red bill and a dark green
south of R. C. Nowling's filling .
AdYertl.ID Rates On AppUcatlon. crest. last year. He is now district
station. That's a good to in
The public is cordially invitedto superintendent of the "South Flor-
The Hooded ranks
vest $825.00. Merganser
attend a free operetta "Let's ida District of Assemblies of God."
Devoted to the advancement and welfare '. near to the Wood Duck when
Pretend" in the school auditoriumnext A cordial invitation la extended
and Hendry CountyThe
of is It has
beauty considered. a I
A playing card, manufacturersays _' Monday ,evening beginning at by Rev. M., M. Dudley, pastor of
large crest on the head which may ,
that more and more women 8 o'clock. The operetta is ,being the church, and Rev. Emanual to

two recent local robberiesar are joining men In playing poker be expanded to display a large given by pupils of the Junior all to visit these services.
patch of white outlined with black.
tat last cleared up and busine and he thinks this game may soon ,
breathe a sign of relief., 11 supplant bridge as the No. 1 card
houses can *..*.. .. *..* '.. ....* *..*.. *..*..*..*..*..*..*..*.... .. ..
game, of the country. Men over 1 I.:-. l"i l"' """.NN. :"l l .". :M. . : : . :NN. .NN. :NN. :NNNNN. : :N:NNNNM.

the nation are raising a howl. They .
z'z. ..
Spring is here and sport jeW5 ..
felt for years that, a barber shop f
has turned to baseball. We shouldall ..
was exclusively a man's 'paradise,
cooperate to have a real team but invaded the sacred Every member of the faculty of ,:. f
women '
representing Clewiston this summer. I the Clewiston school is in Tampa X
precincts. One by ,one the mascu-. .. f
attending the annual meeting of
line haunts arebeing shared by y
to the Clew- the Florida Educational Association y
Our congratulations women, but the poker addicts are
iston Tigers on winning their first 'not giving up without a battle. which began a three-day session :;

Tri-couuty championship in basket Thursday morning. I .t; yX
"Men who will allow or invite
ball. II I women to join them In a game of A. O. Ward and Joel Keene leftWednesday :;
I in order to | .;
Olin Miller who dis- morning )
poker says
attend a meeting in connection ::: (: WE 00 HOT HAVE ::
bo simplyaren't
Rumors are that attaches will ,1 cusses the subject "just "
I with the defense ; ,;; FINGERS .z.
'pro- 'z' o;
and We'drather
fewer at the 1941 Legislature right in the head. I ON EACH ,
t gram in which the local school is :::: w s... :i:
will be chosen by ability rather play poker with a strangeron :z: ,.., 0 .z.
than looks. We wonder! an ocean liner' than to sit ina cooperating. Principal R. W. Turk, ;;. :::

game of it with members of the Mrs. Mary Baker, Mrs. Agnes :: Q h

highly unpredictable and so-called Thomas, Miss Lucy Humble, Mr .. ::;: *

; =..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:. intuitive sex. This doesn't mean Livonia Holstine, Mrs. Arthur Oliver ;;. 'e- :::
;: that we believe in 'woman's intuition Mrs. Wallace Arey, Miss Evelyn :. ... ,
Burhans, Mrs. Willard E. Dilley, .:.' .z.
.' Our attitude is similar to ,'. I \ .. zi.
RAMBLINGS Afro-American Miss Alice Steinholtz and Mrs. Mack ,i. .. .---.-- :z:
that expressed by an .
Greene left after the close of school .!.
who said he didn't believe in ghosts, 'tt. ., .. I
By B. B. _
but, just the same, he didn't trust Wednesday or early Thursday :z:, ,. .. "' (Explanation on Page Eight) .'t'.

'em." morning. z. ..
.:..:..:..:-:-:.:":-:-:":":":-:":":":":.:":+:":": ":. School pupils are enjoying a two- :t.i:., I .

day vacation this week-end. .. "I rdi!! m :JI:

The spring Grapefruit League is y
getting underway and Florida resi- .:N:M:N N:M:-:N:N:M:N N:N:M:H:N:N:MIM:N N:N:N:N:N:N:. Y A
Members of the senior class this :y
dents and visitors have an oppor- :: Does slip through fingers? :_:
money your
week stood a series of examinations 1I r
tunity to'. see a pre-view of summersports. Birds of the Everglades given by the 'University of Florida :
I ::1:
I Here's to hold to it decide =
in cooperation with the state department a way on on .:
(By Willard E. Dilley) :z
of education. The exami-\

We've our, private been, indulging and favorite once indoor againin I I..........................................................;;............................................. nations were .part of research the work pro-I.:_:i: a definite sum to set aside, add it to your :A i:
being done tQ ascertain
closed doors, so no y
sport. Behind
witness our expressions of 1 Ingress being made by pupils in the :: account every pay day. 1.00 is all you ::
one can Florida is fortunate in being able
various schools of the state. All
chagrin, we dutifully try out on to list among its waterfowl almostall :: need to start!
subjects were given and the :::
all these quiz questionsthat
ourselves of the ducks found on the Ay
nations were all-inclusive, begin- y'
are the rage just now. We North American continent.. The
ning with the simplest questionsand 'AY
found a series "Test your horse Everglades are particularly attrac- Y AY

sense" some time ago and glee- tive to this group' of birds. This continuing through questions AY
which only senior in high school
fully made 100 percent on the first article will mention only those A '
would be able to Y
two quizzes in the daily paper. We ducks that appear in this area reg- ; answer. Y

were just on the, verge' of attempting ularly and will omit those rare Y y AY

one before' ;.an 'audience of the stragglers that usually winter farther During the' week the first educational -:

family, when ,next, day's paper north. As a. preliminary to the film was shown to high ''y Y ,A

brought our Waterloo.. We made study of ducks it is necessary that school pupils.: Prof. Turk also aPo cndo A AY

exactly 30; the next day it was the bird student understand the showed the film at' the P.-T. A. ? f.

'the same, ,only' the score was 25. term speculum. This 'is a patch of meeting Tuesday The subjects f.+.:..:+:;Hfa.:!.:..:*.:..:H:*.*..:...**.:..:--:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:N:NM. :N:..:N:..:..:..:..::.:..:..:N:..:N:..:N...:..:N:..:..::.
So we gave up any hopes of public color usually very, bright, found

performances. and carry on grimly on the wing. It is often concealed ..............................................................................................................................................................................;...........:.......................................................................................................................................!.
by our lonesome. when the wing is folded to the : ..:......:..:..........:'................................................................................................................................................,................................................................................................................................ I

- In April's ,Cosmopolitan there'sa I body but is displayed in flight. I u H
series pf family quiz questions.Five vy il.z..z.
Most of the identifying information .... .? i I
of them are intended for .Z..Z. '
given below applies to the drakes. ..z.'z'.

"father," five for "mother" and The females are in many cases difficult .Z..Z..Z'.:. ':" .".'.

five for "sister" and five for to identify by sight.' ENJOY: AN :, yy.z.A
"brother." Which seems fair U n
One of the few ducks that do' not !.:... :,: ., .".

enough and I got out'pencil and migrate is the Florida Duck, It I :;::;: : ?:i. :!\ ::' :;::::
/ ,
Well made
paper promptly. we .
I "
is a light mottled brown with a ': : \ \ i "
80 on the "father" set, 20 on the .H. : ALL ELECTRIC ::::
'mother" set, 100> the "brother" clear blue speculum. Both sexes :::: :f :.. ; :: ,; ) ; i l
are similar in color. It is about :;::i: t '. :' ; ..
set and 80 on the "sister" set. If ,
the same color as the female Mall- .... ..., ,... > 1'1: .. ....
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i it
there drawn are from any that conclusions you'll have to to draw be ard which however has a band of ..;....!:.. \ \ '. ? 1cI\1IE:: : :;'",. ,,,:)_ ...''....'.. ;!'

white at the front and rear of the ...:. '

them.Clewiston's *second. *claim to fameis speculum.The Black. Duck! is very closely .!!..t. 44.,, .!J

related to the Florida' Duck and .... .
that it's the prettiest town in I .
.... "
has blue but .t.
the section is largely and responsible the city commission for this- its general the 'same color is very speculum, dark as :;:::i: Electricity is the modern servant; a servant that :;:=:

pleasing fact. Another step 'in the the name suggests.The Mallard"can. 'be i I :*_:*, takes care of both the work and the pleasures of the ::::::::

:ing right the direction parkways is which that of have protect been tified by female the remarks above. The en-I,:i:::: home and one that will do everything quickly, efficiently ::i:

'planted in the middle of our double- male possesses a bright green head _;.f.: I and economlc II y. .:.-.:.
drive streets. Where traffic is yellow bill, brown breast and grey'l' .z'.z'ii

likely to be heavy and parking a back. :: =::: :
problem it's only natural that cars The Gadwall is the only duck of'l i :: One penny will toast 26 ,crunchy slices of toast, or i..:. I

grass should plot creep until by finally inches there onto isn'tany the this The group remainder with of a white its plumage speculum.Is I j:f.t.:::i: give your eyes two hours of safe reading light or operate *::: [

grass-plot. That happened I ;rey with chestnut shoulder. patch I I ** your radio for most of a day-and-ELECTRICITY is :::::

over in front 'of the bowling alley. !'s on the male. :::: :'i::
; i : one thing that gets cheaper the more of it that you use. :::
the is
city making a little The Baldpate is our only duck x ff

concrete curbing that give a defi- vith a white crown. .:..t. ..t"t.ii .

nite line beyond which traffic The Pintail has a very long :::: 'That is why It is so easy to have and enjoy a home :z::':

should ,not go, and to make the lit- .. t .t..t.
raceful neck and'a long tail. These that all electric and d ..
tle concrete line more effective, .;.:t: IS mo ern. :
:haracteristics are more pronounc- A yy

heavy chains will be suspended 'd than its coloring.The ...z A, yy..
; .z.
across the space. ;
S. Shoveler has the green headf .t'.::' r .z'.z'yy

the Mallard but a, white breast

Office Have and you had ever to gone park to way the downat Post with rich chestnut along its sides. :: ELECTRICITY IS YOUR CHEAPEST SERV- :!:::

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Both male and female have very "
the corner because about six AAA
''arge bills.
cars were parked in at such peculiar At

angles and with such wide The Wood Duck, is by far our :_: : 8
between that most beautiful waterfowl. Its fine ::::: ::::
spaces they took
up :_ :,f .:.A
parking space for twelve? :rest, blue speculum, red base of fy.: .:.fyy

bill, and rusty breast are the field y
.... ....
It's a coincidence of course that marks of this bird. A
.:.,t. .5"..:. ,
during the past week we have There are three teal occurringin .:..:.' ...;. j
heard visitors express appreciationfor Florida. All are small active 'i' Ir' ; j!
.t..:. .z ..
each of the three leading ducks supposed to be' very fast I .:'.i' '" ..t.l .
churches in Clewiston. The Cath- in flight. The Blue-winged Teal ._ _

olic Church, said one, Is one of the has blue shoalder patches and a !

finest who in complimented a town this size.the The Baptist one Green-winged white cresent on Teal the has head.a green The I l Glades Power and Light Co. ii':_: i

''Church could scarcely believe it was speculum with green and rust on AA.

:"built debt-free in' such a short the head. The Cinnamon Teal has .y. At

space of time. And a visitor ex- blue shoulder patches with a gen- A A

pressed! amazed 'appreciation of the eral rust color over most'' of the.. .;'.' .;..:. :
.:. .:... '
choir's music at the Community body. .t..;_ /
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'Church saying it would do credit The Redhead as the name im- (M:N:N: : :N:N:NNNMHNMM: :N:NNNNN:NNN:i :M: :N:N:NN, :--.z.: :NN:NNNN:NNN:NNNNMNNN: : NNMNNM:N: : :N: :N:MNN:INN j
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Y. MARCH 21, 1941

Mr. and Mrs. Elmer': Kranz ,of, j I the prizes was a Rosedale pottery I at her home. A set of pottery ash I E. Berner, Mrs. -J., F. Morrison .

Guntersville, Ala., visited ,their .son, Ivase.I I Mrs. Mills presented a gift, trays was given: as first prize to Mrs. O. F. Schiffli and Mrs. M. M. I
Clyde Egley, and family this":week. I 10f lingerie to Mrs. Scharnberg and Mrs. G. B.. Thomas and a box of Prewitt. t,- ,
.L[ Personals ] Mr. and Mrs. Kranz were residents ; gave remembrances also to other Yardley's sachets to Mrs. J. W. ,/
of Clewiston during constructionwork I out-of-town guests, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle as cut prize., Sandwiches, !, ,,
on the Lake levee.; ( Francis, Mrs. Edmund Blake, Mrs. chicken salad and coffee were -: --:..' J
----.. ",' '. **9 John G. Getz, and Mrs. Charles served by the hostess to Mrs. Is Your Subscription Paid? "::-',' ':. ,.): !
her'I Meyers.A Thomas, Mrs. Ezelle, Mrs. R. N. '
had' .
Mrs. Jay W. Moran is spendingthis Miss Laura Matteson as ; 0
week in Miami' guests on Wednesday, ,Misses Pearl, salad course was served in the Smith, Mrs. L. C. Miller, Mrs. Carl ':
and Alta Lund of Warren, Penn. dining room at the conclusion of Johnson, Mrs. W. H. Lanier, Mrs.R. ,
Lund served as missionary H. Hall and Mrs. Keathley BABY CHICKS
Miss Pearl ,
Keith Hartsfield and Mrs. E. T. .
play.The Bowden. : '
Minder, :were, business.visitors-, Friday in Korea for ,eighteen years and ,guests ,were ,Mrs. W. E. Bol .
in Fort 'Myers. has just recently ,,returned--to the. ton.,.Mrs. cw.-.C..Prew'ltt,.,Mrs. M. Mrs.. R. C. Wilson was hostess Now booking! orders for delivery .! "" ,
United States. M. Prewitt, 'Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, Wednesday' to the :Evening, :Bridge, any, time.:after. March, 12th. Order ;
John Tiedtke has returned to Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mrs. O. F. Club. Cutwork pillowcases, high direct from" advertisement' or' will !' "'
the Clewlston> Inn 'after a visit Friends here interested. Schiffli, Mrs. H. A. Bestor, Mrs. prize, were awarded to Mrs. W. H. book for $1.00 per hundred, balance r
iii':Ohio. to learn of the birth of a six pound, Nicholas V. S. Mumford, ,Mrs. A. Lanier and a linen luncheon cloth, to reach us' 10 days before
with relatives, fen ounce son on ,March 12 ,to. Rev. O. Ward, Mrs. W. H. Lanier, Mrs.F. second prize, was won by Mrs. B. shipment. All ,leading breeds A
her and Mrs. Ralph M. Martin in ". E. Conkling, Mrs. S. L. Crochet. J. Schroeder. The hostess serveda Grade as English White' Leghorns, .
Mrs. G. L. Royal is visiting I Alexis, Ill. Rev. Martin: spent .Mrs. M. E. Von Mach, Mrs. P. M. fruit salad to Mrs. Roy Alston, Brown Leghorns, Rhode Island
sister, ,Mrs. Ted. Daniels, in Miami I. Mrs. Blanche Turner: Mrs. Harry Reds, New Hampshire Reds White
several weeks here during the fall McIntyre. Mrs. G. H. Small, Mrs. : (
for several days. as supply pastor at the Community C. E. Miner, Mrs. Getz, Mrs. Jay I Turner' Mrs.. Campbell E. Nail, and Barred Plymouth Rocks, White
t Church. I W. Moran, Mrs. C. E. Berner, Mrs.J. Mrs. R. C. Nowling, Mrs. B. J. and Black Mlnorcas, White Wyan-
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bishop and W. Ezelle, Mrs. E. L. Stewart,I Schroeder, Miss Mae Palmer' and dottes, $8.00; per hundred delivered. '
son, Ralph, were business visitors lIre and Mrs. A. Hastings of Mrs. Durrence, Mrs. Scharnberf, Mrs. W. H. Lanier. Send for complete price list. Seminole -

in Tampa Saturday., Guntersville, Ala., visited friendsin Mrs. J. F. Morrison, Mrs. Blake, Hatchery, Fort Myers, Fla.
-, Clewiston this week. 'Mr.: and Mrs. M. W. Bigg, Mrs. C. A. Martinez MRS. FOY DURRENCE 4t. to April 4.

Keathley Bowden and son, Paul, Mrs. Hastings were residents of Mrs. O. A. Jones, Mrs. Meyers, EXTEHTAIXSVEDXESDAY I '
and Ray Bass, were visiting relatives Miss 'Hazel Prince and Mrs. H. T.
Clewiston a, few years ago when the FOR MRS. SCHARNBERGMrs. FOR RENT-Small furnished apart-
in Okeechobee Sunday.Mrs. McWilliams Construction Company, Vaughn. ""
ment. F. L. Williamson. tf.
with which Mr. Hastings is con- Foy Durrence was hostess r
Harry DeLaney' and chil nected, were constructing a portionof t MRS. CARL BERXER NEW HEAD Wednesday afternoon with a party
i i dren of LaBelle visited' Mr. and the Lake Okeechobee levee. OF PARENT-TEACHER GROUP complimenting Mrs.. Herman Scharn-
Mrs. Harry .Turner Tuesday. berg. '''The honor guest was given :a ,CLEWISTON
-, MRS. BESTOR ENTERTAINS FOR Mrs. Carl E. Berner was elected 'I remembrance of lingerie. Mts. R. TINNING & PLUMBING SHOP
Miss Ava Ezelle of Fort Myers MRS. SCHARNBERG THURSDAYMrs. president of the Parent-Teachers Y. Patterson, winner of high prize,
spent Sunday here with her brother I Association Tuesday afternoon at and Mrs. H. A. Bestor, winner of Anything in Plumbing Fixtures

Dr. J. W. Ezelle, and family. Horace Bestor, assisted by I the, annual election of officers held second prize, received, costume, Prompt, Efficient Service
her mother, Mrs. J. W. Francis, en- I in conjunction with the regular jewelry. PETER CHRISTENSEN, Mgr.
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Lovvorn tertained with a bridge and Michigan March meeting., Other newly- Mrs. Durrence served apple
visited Mr. and Mrs. W. M. party yesterday afternoon, elected officers include Mrs. W! J, Scotch pie and coffee' to Mrs.
Redelsheimer in Miami Sunday. complimenting Mrs. Herman Scharn- Robinson, vice-president; Mrs. C. Scharnberg, Mrs. Bestor, Mrs. Pat- ,

1 -- E. Miner, secretary; Mrs. Ed Collier, terson, Mis. E. C. Mills, Mrs. C. J. M. COUSE ,/
berg.Mrs. treasurer Mrs. Herman Dyess, his
Tom Collins of Key West is E. L. Stewart won a pairof ;
ash first prize I torian. Counselor and Attorney at Law
spending a'few days in Clewiston crystal trays ; .
visiting friends. Mrs. W. H. Lanier won second Mrs. R. H. Knight, president: 50c ADDITIONAL SAVINGS! If Hopkins Building J
Getz third presided at the meeting' and Wednesdays and Saturdays '
prize; Mrs. John G. appointed you clip this ad and bring it
prize and Mrs. E. C. Mills con- committees to assist with 0:30 to 4:00
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Rodriguez with your radio to Sears' modern,
solation. Mrs. H. C. Kolstad 'won stage props and with ticket sales
spent Friday in Fort Myers on ...
bath powder as first prize at the for the home-talent play "Bubbling completely equipped service depart -
business. II' Glnaaea' Scientifically Broken Lense
Michigan table, Mrs. Nicholas Mum- Over" sponsored by the P.-T. ,A. ment. Worth 50c on labor on any' Fitted and Repaired: Duplicated '

Elmer Hall of Miami Beach has ford won the cut prize, and Mrs., Prof. R. W. Turk showed a moving radio; repair. DR. F D. GUDBAUR i
Scharnberg received a lovely guest. picture film on banking, which Optometrist 't{ '
Clewiston been spending enjoying several bass fishing days on at remembrance from the hostess. is of the type the school obtainsfor t '; "'ltliJ B"" j:){ ;A tfi'R{ I: \ Phone 108 5 Collier Arcade

Cake, ice cream and coffee, were class-room use. This was, Fort THyerw.. Florida
Lake Okeechobee.Mrs Successor K. H.
served at the' close of play. The shown on the new projector recently 1000 1st Street, Ft. Myers, Fla. to Oakley
guests 'included Mrs. Scharnberg, purchased by the school.
.. W. H. Lanier, Mrs. ,R. C. Mrs. F. D. Duff, Mrs. E. L. Stew- The program planned was post-
Wilson and Mrs. H. R. ,Hall were art, Mrs. M. E. Von, Mach, Mrs. poned until the April meeting,II t
shopping in West Palm Beach Mon- W. H. Lanier Mrs. R. ,L. Patterson Johnson's Fish
which will be ,a night meeting. Of- I CampNear HOMEOWNER'S
day. Mrs. S. L. Crochet, Mrs. W. ficers will be installed at the next
E., Bolton, Mrs. W. C. Prewitt, Mrs. meeting, also.BRIDGE ( Hurricane Gate)
Miss Martha Hooker and Stanley M. M. Prewitt, Mrs. W. C. Owen, Clewiston, Fla. I'
Atkinson of West Palm Beach were Mrs. Carl, Johnson, Mrs. W. L. Lott, CLUB ACTIVITIES Boats and Motors-Guide Service .
guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Foy Mrs., Nicholas Mumford, Mrs. G.. B. Rates ReasonableW.

Durrence. I' Rackstraw, Mrs. ,G. H. SmalL Mrs. C. ,J. Neilsen, entertained H. 'Johnson, Mgr. 2oo/
Mrs. A.: O. Ward, Mrs. Keathley members of her bridge, club Friday
Mrs. E. E. Kelly,, Mrs. ,- E. L. Bowden, Mrs. Carl Berner, Mrs. E. afternoon at her home. Mrs. J.,
Stewart and Mrs.'J.:"WtEze'lIewereshopping C., Mills': Mrs.*Judson Fraricis, Mrs. Grady Niblack won first prize and
in West Palm- Beach Mon Oj A. Jones, Mrs. H. V. Briant" Mrs. Mrs. Neilsen won second. prize.
day. H. C. Kolstad, }Mrs. M. W. Bigg, A salad course was ,served by the MECHANICAL, STRUCTURAL
Mrs. Edmund Blake, Mrs. C. A. hostess to Mrs. Earl Smith, Mrs.R. ARCHITECTURAL: DESIGNS

Mrs., E. C. Mills and Mrs. Her- Martinez, Mrs. Arthur 'Bong, '''Mrs. N. Smith, Mrs., Niblack, Mrs. W. Maps Estimates
man Scharnberg were business Charles Meyers, Mrs. John 'G. Getz, E. Dilley, :Mrs. R. H. Knight, Mrs. JOHN H. DOTY YOU DON'T,
visitors in LaBelle Tuesday after- Mrs. V. E. Ramsey, Mrs.' 'F. M. Miles H. Thomas, Mrs. Keith Harts- Engineering Consultant
noon. Rodriguez, Mrs. J. 'F: Morrison, field, and Miss Evelyn Kellems. NEED CASH FOR YOUR
1 Mrs. J. W. Ezelle,' Mrs. Foy Dur Mrs. Dave Alston entertained her Hopkins Bldg. Clewiston, Fla. I

T. C. Mabry is spending the I'rence, Mrs. Josephine 'Knight, Mrs.C. bridge club Wednesday afternoon t' REPAIRS or REMODELING
week-end in Tampa with his fam- E. Miner, Mrs. P. M. McIntyre, __
ily. Bobby Topper and Miss !!Mrs. C. L. McLendon, Mrs. Frank I
Elizabeth Winn accompanied him. I i E. Conkling, Mrs. Otto Larsen,

Mrs. W. D. King returned Wed- Schiffli, Mrs. Harry Vaughn, Mrs. QUALITY FOR BETTER BAKINGI NO
nesday from West Palm Beach W. P. Vaughn, Sr.:,, Mrs. C. J. Big SaleACT I I RED TAPE
where she spent several days in Lovvorn, Mrs. H. J. Oglesby, Miss
Good Samaritan Hospital for observation Hazel Prince and Mrs. B. A. QUICK t c

and treatment. Bourne. I .
t Mrs. W. T. Galvin and son, Edwin DINNER PARTY AT HOME: OF PRICE OF ONE \' a BishopWilsonLumber
,' of Bay Pines, are spendingthe R. Y. PATTERSON TUESDAY
Net Cash I
weekendvith Mrs. Galvin's $825.00 Co.

mother, Mrs. F. E. Chalker and her: Mr. and Mrs. R. Y. Patterson
sister, Mrs. O. 'E. Beatty. were hosts at a dinner party Tuesday Lot 20-Block 176 CLEWISTON, FLA.
I' I '4gk1I
evening, complimenting Mrs.
Mrs' C. J. nelson, 'Mrs., Albert I'I Herman, Scharnberg. Bridge and Lot 3-Block 203
. R. Stephens, Mrs. E.' T. Minder, Michigan were played 'after din- I '
Mrs. Earl Smith and Mrs. ,R. N'I'ner. Lot 11-Block 381 :.. W I
Smith were 'visitors in West Mrs. Scharnberg, received a guest i att.phosp fiats
Beach Tuesday. prize of bath powder and Mrs. E.I I I W. GIMPEL I doubt. acting I
I I C. Mills, whose birthday occurred! Send for sire booklet, eonttlalnf .
Dr. and Mrs. O. F. Schiffli and 325 Cedar Ave. dozens of bright idea to improve e your btk- 6t
on that date, a gift of lingerie. i I Lag...Address:Rumford Bikinf Powder, 9MonEti
sons, Nick, Dick and John, are Guest_ remembrances also went to MINNEAPOLIS, MINN. Box N,Ramfbfd.Rhoda I I>ad.
taking advantage of the week-end Mrs. John Getz and Mrs., J. W. !
vacation at school and are enjoying Francis. Mrs. F. E. Conkling
received .. ....... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..
''a trip to Key West. a set of linen tea towelsas :N:N:N:N/N/N/NON/N: :N: :N:N:N: : : : : X N X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X***
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high prize for ladies and W. C. BULLS FOR SALE !:;:
A"l Johnston left Friday for his Prewitt a double deck of cards as
home in Philadelphia. He has high prize for men. At Michigan _: SERVICE
been employed for the past three O. A. Jones received a memo pad We have for sale pure, y.. .y

years' as tractor foreman by the and Mrs. M. W. Bigg a novelty bred Brahma, Braford :;: Is, after all, what we try to sell, like anyother :}(
United States Sugar Corporation. I twine holder as high prizes. \ ".
Guests, included Mrs. Herman and Hereford bulls 'in :'to;: merchant. We know our goods -..:.. \ :
Mrs. H. A. Bestor and,. Mrs. R. Scharnberg, Mr. and Mrs. Jay W. ages from one to three ." .'.
Y. Patterson were visitors in Belle Moran, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bestor, 1: to procure proper titles, clear taxes, prepare :
Glade Monday attending a St. Pat- Mrs. J. W. ,Francis, Mr. and Mrs. years. They are from I ?
rick's bridge party -given by Mrs.J. O. A. Jones, Mr. and" Mrs. Frank the famous. Coon and! :f papers, cover adequately all of the :_:
F. Scullen. Conkling, Mr. I I "}
and Mrs. W. C.
.---- Prewitt, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Mills, Culbertson Ranch at :f items necessary to the satisfaction of the ::

Ed Von Mach of Detroit is spend- Mrs. John Getz, Mr. and Mrs. Claude I Dalhart Texas and :
,. are offer advice based ::
: our
customer on
ing this, week here with his par- Downs, Mr., and Mrs. M. W. Bigg I '
ents, Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Von Mach. and '''R. L. Coker. exceptionally good bulls. i that service i iFRIDA :
He was accompanied on the trip I They were shipped in :: many years experience-for ::

home by his uncle, Frank Maher MRS. E. C. MILLS ENTERTAINSWITH : reasonable compensation.
we expect i iy
tIP and Harvey Schian. PARTY AT INN, FRIDAYMrs. last October ,and have .1

been wintered in Flor-
Glen'Etherton drove to Miami Herman Scharnberg was y .
Monday to take Carroll and Car-, honor guest at a bridge party given ida. They can be seen"i :: 'E. Beardsley ir

lisle Redish and Otis Cason, who at the Clewiston Inn Friday after- i at bur ranch at Eagle Island .!. '., J.
had enlisted in the U. S. Navy. The,. noon by Mrs. E.. C. ''Mills. Five :( ::
boys left Miami for Macon, where tables of bridge and one'table of i Hammock, twenty- :_' REAL ESTATE .

they passed their final examinations ,Michigan were In play. Mrs. J. five miles southeast of I Iy
Tuesday and were sent on to Nor- I W. Francis won first prize at ::: I, PHONE 66 :::::
tolk, Va. After a six weeks' period bridge, Mrs. W.' C. Owen' second Arcadia.. .
t r
,, they visit will home be given before a ten receiving days' leaveto their 'con-solation. Montgomery Brothers II I ":: ART LAWRENCE EVELYN KELLEMS, '

1>permanent assignments. 1 1I Phone 278 Arcadia,, Fla Ix;.:..:.--x..X"X..x"X..x..x..X"X..x..X"XK"X"X"X..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:NNNNN


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over home right now, rarin' to git'' _______..IJ -
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polished up a spell on her readin' IMPROVED Tffi'CHEEWUL CHERUB
and writin'. And if you ain't willin'to :
do your teachin' on the wing that- .

1nt 1{ y away, until this valley gits a real I No big experience Kt3 t

!PP schoolhouse rastled together, I SUNDAY Lesson come

U. Service wrong guess, trail.lady,"you're mushin1 up the To Fill T'flire., with

BY By HAROLD L. LUNDQU1ST. D. D. I tj\d love
There was no mistaking the, finali- -Dean of The Moody Bible Instituteof joy ,
THE ty of that statement. Chicago. But I shill keep
breaks with TrumbulL But the
Alaska-born daughter of Lander (Released by Western Newspaper Union.)
Carol Coburn to Barbara Trumbull stays. "But where am I to live? I askedas bec.'t..ve.Je.
died with an established engagement prepared .
rat" who
"bush teach Christmas day., a fire breaks out at the I stared at the snow that stood'so
mining claim, returns North to Lesson for March 23 \ g et wlwe. \ :t
school. Aboard ship, she Is anschool when the children are playing round white between the gloomy green of

Indian by Eric (the Red) Ericson and is the Christmas tree. The school burns down. the sprucelands."We 't..re 0 0 J
rescued noyed by Sidney Lander, young mining Carol proves the heroine, saving the chil was figgerin'," he explained, Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected worthy oft :.. If
for the Trumdren.. The doctor orders her to bed. and copyrighted by International I
Lander, working "on settin' in the old Jansen
engineer. you up Council of Religious Education used by
Coburn'sclaim. The fire left Carol without clothes and : \!1ecannWNU
bull company, which Is fighting shack. That's just over the hill permission.
without definite plans.
Is engaged to Trumbull's daughter. there behind that tangle 0' spruce.
But you'd sure have some tidyin' up

faced old and cudchewing to do afore you got set there." He CRUCIFIED
There sourdoughs
But I refused to stay put. .4
looked with of
frown disapprovalat
was too much to be done. trappers and Mackinaw-clad log- a LESSON TEXT-Luke 23:13-23. 3234a.
the rambling old school- gers, along with a homesteader'swife my sprawl of luggage. 'Bout GOLDEN TEXT-What shall 'I do then
house Where had been was a stretch of who carried an undersized pig the best thing for you to do, lady, is with Jesus which is called Christ?-Mat Service.
to leg it to the Eckstrom farm thew 27:22.
smoldering ashes with the skeletonlike in a slatted crate.I .
and if take in for
see they'd you a
iron bed frames and a stoveor wasn't sorry when the conductor day or* 'two." Two nights stand out in the story ,

two standing there as melancholyas pushing his way through that of the life of Christ,and therefore in
I I had, however, no desire to go CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT
everything overcrowded coach blinked
tombstones. And day the history of the world. The first
owned lay consumed in those ashes. down at my still heat-blistered face wandering about that snowy world was His first earth-that '
night on
All I had left were the few scorched and said: "Next stop Matanuska, asking strangers to take me ,in. I "silent night, holy night" of whichwe
tired wanted my own roof over my head. """ ''J
clothes that hung about my lady. Christmas when He
sing at was
And I so informed the morose Mr:
bones. ,"Could you tell me," I asked one born as the babe of Bethlehem. The

But I hadn't time to feel sorry for of the men at the station, "whereI'd Bryson. other was His last night on earth.

myself. ,A special train, I was told, find Mr. Bryson, Mr. Sam Bry- Just then I became conscious ofa Except for the precious hour of,fellowship BABY CHICKS

was already on its way from Anchorage son?" strange figure making its, way in the upper room and His
school down the hillside.It Blood-Tested Chicks. Popular breeds S5.50
to pick up our homeless His face, when he peered up at opposing communion with the Father in the 100 assorted for layers 465. Cockerels
them on to the In- was a man carrying the'carcassof S2.35. KUSCTON La-
waifs and carry both sour Postage prepaid.
impressed of
me, me as agony ,Gethsemane, it was a nightof
FOLLETTE. Box 345, Milltown, Ind.
dian orphanage at Fairbanks. From and sardonic. a deer, a ragged and shambling darkness, denial, and betrayal.
the pile of emergency clothing Katie man ,with a rifle and a tine head
"I'm Sam Bryson, he said. There were six trials-or mock .
commandeered for me an oversized above his stooping shoulders. It was trials-of PERSONALBook
"The school superintendent for Jesus, three religious ones
pair of corduroy trousers, a patched this district?" I persisted."I Sock-Eye Schlupp. before Annas, then Caiaphas, and of Forbidden Knowledge. Rare ex
Mackinaw and caribou par- "I'll be hornswizzled if it ain't of AncientsSI.
plaid then' again before the Sanhedrin; pose-hidden teachings the --
be he retorted resenting -
plainly .
To HOROSCOPE inc. FREE. Send birth
ka that had seen better days. incredulous stare. "Andain't Klondike Coburn's gal, he said. three political trials, before Pilate, date. Box 3612 Station F., Columbus, Ohio.
these Doctor Ruddock (who'd givenup my "What're doin' back in these
then Herod and Pilate again. At
it fit and seein I hap- ,
office as proper, "
his little wooden-fronted parts?
the 'close of this last trial before
to doggoned -
sleeping-quarters for Katie and me) pen over own there?" I told him why. I was there. Pilate Jesus standsI. Banana Oil M

added socks and pacs and an old "Where you goin' to bunk?" he Cleared the Evidence (
bearskin that made me look I meekly acknowledged that it by vv.
cap demanded. Banana oil is not made from
in busby. was. And with equal meekness I 13-17)).
like"What a lady-huzzar are we going a to do?" I told him that I was the new teacher "They tell me I'm to live in the At the first trial before him Pilate the banana fruit or the banana

asked the ever-hurrying Doctor Rud- sent on from Toklutna. Jansen shack," explained. had declared on the basis of his ex- tree. Strangely'enough, this trans- ,

here "They're plumb locoed," said amination that Jesus was "Not parent, colorless liquid has no
dock when he dropped in, next day, "But you wasn't to turn up
to anoint my scorched epidermiswith till Easter," he said testily. "We SockEye.HYou sure can't den up guilty" (v. 4). Herod, to whom He connection with bananas other
ambersine. ain't got nothin' ready for you." in that pigsty." had been sent, had only, played with than the fact it has a bananalikeodor.

"I'm north born Him ( 8-11). What travesty! It is isoamyl acetate, pro-
"Toklutna's off the map," he pro- I showed him the Territorial Commissioner's I reminded him. vv. a
claimed. "Katie will stay on here, letter which he held"Next "Mebbe you are," he retorted. Now Pilate' again presents Him to duced by the union of certain

probably until the breakup, to look "But this is a plumb lonesome val- the people as having "no fault." It acetic acids with amyl alcohol.BNDDGESTION. ,

after the old folks." ley for a chalk-wrangler t' take root is a striking truth that no man of

"Then where do.I fit in?" I questioned in. I reckon you'd better come alongt' any age has ever been able honestlyto

with a sudden feeling of my wickyup ,until things is readyfor point to any fault in the life or

homelessness."You you." character of Jesus Christ. Think may affect the Heart .

fit in very neatly," he saidas That, I told him, would be out of that over-unbeliever! Gas trapped In the stomach or Gullet may act like a
hair-trigger on tho heart. At tho first sign or dlstres
he listened to my heart action. the question. Now came 'Pilate's first step in smart men and women depend on Bell-am Tablet to
I' the direction. An accusedman let gas freo. No laxative but mado of the fastest-
"I'd the Commissioner on the wire r "I s'pose you knowyoung Lander's i wrong acting. medIcInes known for acid Indigestion: It the
FIRST DOSE doesn't Bcll-ani better. return
this morning and he agrees'with me : swingin' in with me?" he said with i i without guilt should be de- bottlo to us and receive prove DOUBLE Money: tta/- -. 24c.

that this country owes you a berth.So T +i the air of an angler adjusting a I clared innocent and released. But
get the school job at Mata- r y Pilate feared the Jews who had already
you illh fly.
; Time Goes On
e I' made trouble ,for him with
nuska. That, I knew, made it more than Come what time 'and the
with ; Caesar. So he compromised and may,
He stopped in the doorway,
ever impossible. "And if that Jan- ;
his dog-eared old medicine case in said he would chastise Jesus before hour runs through the. roughest
sen shack's not ready, I'll have to ;
Him. John day.-Shake peare.
releasing Morely was
his hand. ; make ,it ready." ,
"And there's a long-legged engi- I I right when he said, "Under some
i K "Quite a fighter, ain't you? he circumstances compromise is the .
neer waiting outside to see you, he I tI
added. '" observed. I most immoral word in the English IC

Sidney stood very tall in the office- After a moment's- silence, he add- language." It gained Pilate nothing; h&M l/IJIR TONIC

surgery. And my appearance must ed: "I'll 'give yo'u a hand over t' i in fact, it led to his next step down g II '

have startled him a little, since that lordly abode, 'o' yours." ,' ward.II. ( )pBI1LfARGESlZ (

he stared down at me, for a full He left me standing there, to return .I Condemned Through Coward.

half-minute, without speaking. a few minutes later, with a ice (vv. 18-25)). Defeat Our Ills

"Are you all right?" he finally hand sleigh borrowed from the 51a.1 To avoid a disturbance and to keep Joy, temperance, and repose,
. asked. I had to laugh a little at his tion agent., On this, with the leaders from complaining to slam'the door on the doctor's nose.

solemnity. unexpected dispatch, he piled : Caesar, Pilate gave Jesus into their -Longfel '
Matanuska ow. ft
stop ,
"Just a little scorched around the belongings. Over them he draped I hands with, the "sentence, that it 'I"M

edges," I said with an effort at levi- close to his seamed old face, his the deer carcass, thonging the load should be as they required" (v. 24))

ty. But my heart was beating a lips moving as he labored throughthe together with ,a strand of buckskin. when they cried "Crucify Him!" P

trifle faster thsr it should have been.., undisputable message therein "Let's mush," he said. Pilate was in a difficult place, but DDlE..AGE"WOMEN

"I flew over, as soon as I heard," contained. I took a hand at the towing line, that does not excuse him. It is in

he rather clumsily explained. He "Well, you should've got off at and, side by side, we made our the hard and trying place that a y solaHEED J

looked out the window,and then backat Wasilla," he complained, "where way, along the,trodden snow, as crisp I man should stand for the right, [ :
me. "That was good work, saving I as' charcoal under our ,feet. The
you could've found lodgin" until come what may. Too many of those THIS ADVICE !
those children." things was ready." valley seemed strangely silent. ButI I who profess to follow Christ are .

"But I lost my eyebrows," I reminded -, "But I'm here," I said with a felt less alone in the world with afraid to stand up, for Him in the ,i Thousands are helped to of go women smil

him."We've smile that was entirely forced. Andas that morpse old figure beside me. hour when men deny Him. Some : 1ngthrUdlstresspecul.d" -
iar to women-caused I
at least saved those citi- he pushed back his wolfskin cap "Why is Lander swinging in witn unbelievers are fearful about declar- C by this period In life- >,'
zenship papers," he announced. I've and stood scratching an attenuated you?" I asked. ing their allegiance to Him, because :, ; with Lydia. E. Plnkham's I
\ Com-
shown them to John Trumbull, he forelock I quietly inquired: "Just "Seein' this valley ain't bristlin' they fear the opposition: of men. kV,, pound-famous for
explained, "and Trumbull claimsthey're with hotels answered over 60 years. Pinkham's Compoundmade
where is my school? Sock-Eye, III. Crucified with Malefactors especially JOT women-has
not backed up by the rec- He studied .me with ,a lack-luster "he deemed my wickyup good (vv. 32-34a). -helped thousands to relieve such ,
ords. That led to an argument that feelings due to this I
dood I weak nervous
for until
enough a college they We stand with Luther and weep as disturbance. Try It! I
ended in a split-up. The Chakitana I
has lost its eye."You ain't got no school," he pro- could build him up-to-date livin'quarters we see Christ's unspeakable agony, !
Development Company
at the Happy Day." of and
field engineer." claimed. not only of body but spirit,

"What are you going to do?" I "But-I was sent here to teach," I "But I thought outsiders" boughtup we cry as did Luther, "For me, Mastery, Not SubmissionLife I
asked. contended, trying to keep my tem- the Happy- Day, I ventured. for me!" How can any believer con- means, not submission to,
SockEyestopped to gnaw a corner template the cross and withhold self, '
His laugh was curt. but mastery of environment.-
"I was tying up with the Happy per."Sure you was sent here to teach," from his chewing plug. substance, or service from Christ? don El-Tabakh.

Day outfit," he explained. "But acknowledged the old-timer. "Butit "They sure did," he admitted. Equally earnest and heartsearching i iTO iI

Trumbull's just trumped my ace by ain't our fault we wasn't riggedout "And left young Lander out on the is the message of the cross to I

buying up the Happy, Day." with a noo schoolhouse this win- limb. But, as far' as I kin make the unbeliever. He knows he is a

"Does that mean you're going out- ter. Gover'ment's so danged busy out, that hombre ain't no squealer.And sinner (Rom. 3:23), he knows that (OLDSq.uick

side?" I asked, trying to make the with a heap o' highfalutin' plans for I reckon Big John TrumbulTll "the wages of sin is death" (Rom. $ OF I

question a casual one. this valley it ain't got time to look find him as full o' fight as a bunch'o' 6:23), and he knows that "neither r

"Not on your life," was his prompt after our needs. Spends a half-mil- matin' copperheads." is there salvation in any other, for !! 3e

reply. "We've got to wait until the lion on that noo Injin school at Ju- We went on until we came 'to a there is none other name under LIQUIDTABl T.s

records show who's right in this." neau and lets us hillbillies scramblefor solitary small figure standing Jaiee-J: heaven given among men wherebywe .666 SALVE

"But that's my problem," I .ob our book-larnin' as best we can!" deep in the roadside snow. It proved must be saved" (Acts 4:12): COUCH NOSE DROPS DROPS

jected. "Then what am I to do?" I asked."I to be a Swede boy in an incredibly Here at the cross he meets that one

"I happen to have made it mine," guess you'll just have to siwashit ragged Mackinaw, with a blue "who his own self bare our sins in WNU-7 12-41

he retorted with an unexpected lightof ," he said, "the same as us old- woolen scarf wrapped around his his own body on the tree, that'we,

battle. in his eyes.CHAPTER. timers did when we hit this valley." waist as high as his armpits. His being dead to sins, should live unto

"Just how will I siwash it?" eyes, I noticed as Sock-Eye asked righteousness: by whose stripes ye

VIII "By froggin' through as best you him about a short cut to the Jan- were healed" (I Pet. 2:24).

can, the same as ,our circuit-ridin' sen shack, were even bluer than his There were two malefactors who o

began to understand the meanIng sky-pilot does, without a meetin'- ,encircling sash. were crucified with Him (v. 32), and
of what they call "the deep place. We was figgerin' on you cir- "But ol' Yansen ban dead," he one railed at Him. The other said, Help Them Cleanse the Blood

cold" before I set out for Matanus- culatin' round the valley homesteads I announced. "He ban dead of the "Lord, remember me when thou of Harmful Body Waste
For the book-iarnin'.v h; comest into thy kingdom"; and Jesus Your kidneys are constantly filtering
ka. the snows of midwintersoon andladlin'out flu over three months ago. waste matter from the blood stream.But
buried the ruins of our lost it was most needed. Instead o' them I I "Which same makes room for you, said to him, "Today thou shalt kidneys sometimes lag in their workdonot

school. The storms along Alaska'sone comin' to you, you'll have to go to little cheeckako," snorted my grim- be with me in paradise" (Luke 23:39- act impurities as Nature that intended-fail, if retained,to may removes -

stretch of railway also brought them." eyed trail breaker. 43). Unbeliever, will you not just poison the system and upset the whole

slides and broken snowsheds enoughto "Why can't that old schoolhousebe But I stopped to ask the sash- now take the eternal life which Jesus body Symptoms machinery.may be nagging backache I

block the line and keep trains used?" wrapped youth his name. I liked died to make possible for you? persistent headache,attacks of dizziness.

from moving for over- a week. "She needs a noo roof and noo' the feeling of warmth he carried Loving His enemies to the last, under getting the up eyes nights-a feeling swelling of, puffiness nervous

That cloud had the silver liningof floor sills," was the listless answer. I under that cocoon of wool and our Lord prayed for the forgivenessof anxiety and loss of pep and strength.
giving me a chance to make over "And I'm danged if I'm goin' to dig rags. those who thus despitefully used Other are signs sometimes of kidney burning or bladder scanty disorder ortoo

my nondescript wardrobe, 'to which down for 'emP"Are "Ah ban Olie Eckstrom," he said Him. What matchless grace! One frequent urination..

big-hearted Katie added a sweaterof you trying to tell me," I with the friendliest of smiles.It wonders how many of them by repentance treatment There should is wiser be no than doubt neglect.that prompt Usa

Scotch wool and a pair of wolf- quavered, "that I'll have to go from wasn't until we came to the for their deeds made it Doan't Pill Doan't have been winningnew

skin gauntlets, a trifle oversized.She farm to farm, like a mail carrier, edge of a clearing that Sock-Eye possible for that prayer to be an They friends have for a nation-wide more than forty reputation.years.

was, I thi.nk. genuinely sorry to and give my lessons in a kitchen?" stopped for breath. swered. That door of redemption Are recommended by grateful people the
see me go. "You've guessed it," he wearily "There be your wickyup," said stands open today for every one country over. Ask your nctjAoorL /

So when traffic moved again andI acceded. "Only you'll be plumb Sock-Eye, with a wave of his mit who up to now has crucified the Son

mounted my day coach I found it lucky to be stretchin' your legs out tened hand. of God afresh (Heb. 6:6): by sin and

err v.'lieri to the doors with leather- in a warm kitchen. I've got a girl (TO BE CONTINUED) unbelief.




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doing,so, they are following an old Events in the lives of Little Men ,"I
military custom of the Middle a r should always be cooked

ages by which persons rose dur- in a small amount of water before

ing any kind of military or patri- milk is added.
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1nauaaiClewiston ......AoO 'V ...."" .. V'... ... .."" .
MARCH 21, 1941

Boys 7; Bussell 4; Frith, 7. of Clewiston, 'Alvin Lorraine Johnson OTICE OF IVFKVno.N TO APPLY by or for said
District for
Three High: Cason, 128, 12.8 of Ochopee who volunteered.after '. FOIl PAS.--4CJK OK_ year 1934 and subsequent years the
pts. per game; Knight, 49, 4.9 pts. being given a deferred rating SI'I:CIAL OK LOCAL, LEGISLATION' and for the all tax sale certificates issued; :
of '
(Continued from pago 1) per game; Waters, 43, 4.3 pts per by the board, Robert Ray Grayson, NOTICE IS HEREBY and repealing Sections such Fifteen taxes, i
That ,
Then the Clewis- game. a U. S. Engineer employee here, 15) Sixteen (16), Seventeen (17),
In front 12 to 7. at the session of the Legislature of Eighteen (18), Twenty-one (21),
ton boys started to click with Tri-County Tournament I Henry Burke Hodges of LaBelle, Florida to convene In April, 1941, application Twenty-two (22). Twentv-three
Knight as floor general and with Clewiston, 36; Alva, 31; Clewiston Burke William Arvin of Clewis will be made for the passageof said(23) Chapter and Twenty-four 17258. Laws (24) of

little Cason shooting the works. 32; Boca Grande, 28; Clewis- ton, Curtis Nelson Cochran of La- special or local legislation, the ida Acts of 1935. and all of other Flor-

With a minute to play, Moore Ha- ton, 17; Moore Haven, 14. Belle, Walter. Lee Brantley, Jr., of substance of wnlch will be as follows with laws ,the or parts provisions of laws of in conflict
: this
ven was ahead 14 to 13. Cason Individual Points in Each Game: Clewiston and Meta Anderson An Act relating South Florida DATED this March 21, 1941.Act

sank a long angle shot after Knightfed Lang, 5; Cason, 16; Mooneyhan, 8; Moore of Clewiston. Conservancy District, a drain-- BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF SOUTH

him the ball and then Slonaker Knight, 7; Slonaker, 4; Cason, 12; Six alternates have been 'chosen age ing district under the organized laws of and exist- FLORIDA CONSERVANCY 'DISTRICT

shot one down the middle. Mooneyhan, 5; Waters, 3; Knight, and from this list will be chosen and embracing lands within Florida Hen-, By R.. Y. PATTERSON

Edgar Lee, who made the all 8; Slonaker, 4; Cason, 6; Knight, those' to take the place of any of Florida dry and; amending-Palm Beach Sections Counties.One 232-March: 21. 'Its. Chairman.

stars, led the attack for Moore Ha- 5; Waters, 2. the first group who may be "re- (1), Two (2), Three (3), Four
in Total Individual Points for (4), Six (6), Eight (8). Nine (9),
ven and was high point player jected. They are: Woodrow Wil- Fourteen Nineteen
the final game with four field Tournament: Lang, 5; Cason, 34; son McGowin, Hamp Dees,. Dewey Twenty (20)(14). Twenty-six ((2G(19)),, NOTICE

_ goals. E. Close and Hendrix also I Mooneyhan, 13; Knight, 20; Wa- Falcon Page, and Odell Curry of Thirty-four Forty-three (34)(43), Thirty-six and (36), "

scored. Playing for the winners ters, 5; Slonaker, 8. LaBelle and John Russell Walker, (44) of Chapter 17258.Forty-four Laws of Notice is hereby given that special

were Lang Cason, Mooneyhan, Average Points for Tournament. : and Robert Buford Archer of Clew- South Florida Florida, Acts of Conservancy 1935, relating Dis-to Legislation regular session will of be the applied Legislature for at the of

Knight, Waters, Slonaker and Per- 28.1. iston. trict; declaring: the existence and Florida, in the year 1941 In substance
purposes of said District and providing for "AN ACT Relating to
ry. validating Diston Island Drainage District In
the creation thereof
The Boca Grande boys, led by I Highway PatrolmanContinued DR. INGLIS TO PREACH fixing the boundaries of said Dis-; Glades and Hendry Counties, Florida,
Amending Section
Johnny Downing, could have given i I AT COMMUNITY CHURCH or trict appointment; providing and for the election 13626. LaWs of Florida Nine ,(9)Acts of of Chapter 1929

either one of the finalists a tough of the Board of Supervisors compensation and and Providing for the Sale of Lands

game the way they played to win ( from Page 1) Dr. Edward Scott Inglis, who prescribing of said Board the powers and duties the Board Title of Supervisors to Which ha of vested Diston in Island the
; authorisingthe
the consolation round. At 3 o'- edge of the state's 2,000 traffic filled the pulpit at the Community Board to employ a General Manager Drainage the District, and Prescribing-
clock the Boca Grande boys defeated laws, its 500 miles of highways, Church a week ago last Sunday and viding. and for to the fix levy his ,.salary; pro- Such Sale by Terms Said and Board Conditions, and Giv of

LaBelle' by a one-sided 41 to mileages, points of interest, etc. whose message was greatly enjoyed and collection of annual assessment taxes ing the Said Board Discretion in

12 score and Friday night they de. He is paid from the state fund de- by a large: and appreciative con- and within assessments upon the lands the Handling Terms the and Sale Conditions and Power of Redemp-to Fix
I the District,
feated Alva 30 to 17 without any rived from the sale of driver's licenses gregation, has consented to return lands held by the Trustees including of the tions Time by the Owner of Such Lands at
any Prior-
to the
trouble. Stars of the Boca Grande and believes that the license here and conduct services on the Internal Improvement Fund and and Fixing the Conditions Sale Whereby Thereof,

team were Downing, Joiner, Harris fee will be. raised to $1.00 from coming Sunday morning. connection lands used with or held the by agricultural, for or in Amount the Board for of Which Supervisors :May Fix the
Said Land
and Futch with Renaker, Holland fifty cents to provide an additional Dr. Inglis, pastor for many glades experiment; providing station in the Ever- Redeemed and Validating and May Confirming be-

and LeRoy helping keep the pace.G. seventy-five or hundred patrolmen.He years of a church in Newark, N. J., I the enforcement of such procedure taxes and,for Made By All the Redemptions Owner of the Heretofore

Edwards did practically all of was asked many questionsand is spending his vacation at Lake lands providing acquired for the sale of any and Divesting the Title of Said Property Board
the scoring for Alva. while Allen was plainly and bythe Board Upon ,Redemption of Said District
one through
Wales and is said to be, one of the foreclosure proceedings Taxes and Validating and
was the LaBelle shot maker. courteously answered. One of these best speakers heard here in_' several or election otherwise of a: Chairman providing for, the All Acts and Proceedings of Confirming the Board

The girls championship game was questions was whether or not he years. retary and Treasurer of the and Board Sec- Supervisors of said District."
could be located while out the of Supervisors and A copy of the proposed legislationmay
just as close as the boys. The on _r prescribing be examined by
their powers and duties; authoriz- any interested
Alva girls were ahead 7 to 6 at highways during the eighteen hour Dance ing the issuance of bonds and ,. person at the office of this district
Monday Night in
the half but faded in the last quar- work day. He replied that the providing procedure therefor; Moore Haven.
ratifying, confirming and validat- J. E. FRIERSON,
ter as blonde 'Billy Jones started telephone operators had been most Benefitted FiremenA ing certain acts of the Board cf Chairman of Board of
making points for the quintet from cooperative and could get hold of Supervisors, agents and officers Supervisors of Diston Island
of the District and all taxes and Drainage District.
Hendry County. It was a fast, him within five minutes at any T- assessments levied and assessed March 7, 14, 2128, 1941.
rough and the LaBelle team time. -----
game nice crowd attended the St. ---- ---- -

drew 11 fouls while the Alva girls Patrick's Day dance given by the ... . . . . . . . . .
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Other than the championship in the high school auditoriumon .

game, the only girls game on the
Monday night and the firemen z' ...
schedule was cancelled when the (Continued from Page 1)
I said they would clear about $40.00 .
Boca Grande girls decided not to full of entertainment. In Miami from the affair. .I ;: .. .",'

play their consolation match with the group is expected to split, some I h
A Fort Myers orchestra of eleven
the Fort Myers "B" girls squad. I of the visitors taking advantage ofa ,
pieces with soloist, the Rythmaires,
In the game with Boca Grandethe special tour to Havana. The ;ii i; S '' :
led by Al Lindquist, played for the CLEWISTON i
local line-up was as follows: others will leave Tuesday morn'ingearly 60LF
dance and the, music was described ,
Lang and Cason, forwards; Mooney- and will have breakfast at

han, center; Waters and Knight, the Hollywood Beach Hotel. From as excellent. h

guards; Slonaker subbed for Wa- Hollywood the group will come to
ters. Cason was high scorer with Clewiston over Road 26 and afterthe 'H COURSE
12, Knight had 8, Mooneyhan 5, luncheon and visit here will !

Slonaker 4 and Waters 3.. return to West Palm Beach for A
Silver : '
Springs, March 19-FNS) q
In the Moore Haven game the the night. They return to Jackson-
.Mother Nature. staged a show of
starting line-up was the same with ville the following day. A fleetof ; i 1
"f :'i' ,
her own here last week when mil- j : :
Slonaker and Perry substituting.Cason Florida Motor Line buses are I([ lions of silver-blue: menhaden came : 1J: --- ; t

scored 6 points, Knight 5, being chartered for the tour. *
down the Ocklawaha and St. Johns
Slonaker 4 and Waters 2. Lee This will be the first time an {
rivers into the springs.
was high scorer for Moore Haven. N.E.A. convention has been held 's.
in' Florida since 1923 and President The stage migration occurs once

Bojs' Basketball 1940-41 Russell Kay of the State Press every seven years and the millionsof 1 1

Clewiston 35 LaBelle 16 Association and the committee of tiny minnows, remain at the

Clewiston 43 Alva 19 Florida editors Springs for three or four days and
assisting him are l [ Open to Public: ] I
then depart.
Clewiston 12 Pahokee 17 leaving no stone unturned to maketheir

Clewiston 50 Jupiter 35 'visit an unforgettable experience -

Clewiston Clewiston c' '39 26 Moore Boca Grande Haven 29 52 : Y::..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:. Y Y : i

Clewiston 30 Moore Haven 28Clewiston Y Y *
I Eight Selectees To Y A
21 Jupiter -22 :f } ::1: Y
Clewiston 21 Alva '11 r 1 C{ Y t
Clewiston 24 LaBelle 18 Leave for BlandingEight y y a 's' ;:__- A a.

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301 247 county white men, five of ::: FINGERS ON EACH HAND ;;% Y Y h

"on-7; Lost3. them volunteers, have been orderedto :*: :;.: Moderate Green Fees I;
Clewiston Average: 30.1 pts. per report at the local draft officeat j Morris N Human Anatomy by J Y ::

game. seven, o'clock a. m., on Wednesday :X: Jackson confirms the fact that :X: :!: Exceptional h

Opponents Average: 24.7 pts. per March 26, to be sent to the .;. strictly speaking' we have four .; Fairways :=;:

game. U. S. Army induction station at .:+.J 'fingers and one thumb. The :X: ::: Interesting Greens.
Individual Scores: Cason, 128; Camp Blanding. ; thumb should not properly be .{- '.' ::

Knight, 49; Waters, 43; Lang, 35; Those to whom orders have been :;: referred to as a finger. *:: '

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