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Title: The Clewiston news
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Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: February 12, 1937
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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:.J-: RECIPROCAL TRADE HIGH PRESBYTERIAN Narrow Local Electrician Escape Monday Has: aterway Opening Is



<,, AGREEMENT VOTE OFFICIAL VISITS !

Joseph Robbins, local electrician, Postponed Until Mar.

u FOR CONTINUANCEThe COMMUNITY CHURCHThe had a narrow escape from electrocution -
, Monday morning when he came<
,., i i1.f : in contact with a hot wire,on a pole<

r,1 i !o" administration's- reciprocal Rev. Dr. Lewis Seymour near Alston's ,Drug Store. He received 15 By U. S. EngineersPresident's
several painful burns and was
fi trade agreement act 'which has re- :Mudge, of Philadelphia, the stated
unconscious the
knocked by
clerk of the Presbyterian Church In 2300.1
acted so strongly against agriculturists volt charge. His safety belt ,
: the U. S. A. delivered an inspiringand
: In some sections, particularly in educational address on the his- on the pole safely until he regained< I Dinner To Ohio Flood Delays Lock

'I South Florida, should continue, for tory of the Church in America at consciousness. He then climbed down .

another three years after the expiration -, the Community church Thursday ev- the pole and went to a doctor to( !' Be Held Next Thursday Machinery Shipment.
have the burns dressed. He was bad.
to' ening. There was a good crowd present :!-
] date, June 12, according at work next morning.
inclement I To Ortona Lock
to hear his talk despite the '
the views of the members of the weather.Dr. The wire running to the pole on Clarence R. Bitting, of New York,
which Mr. Robbins working was of the United States Sugar I
j: House of Representatives who voted Mudge was accompanied by was ; President --
, to have been dead but be-: will entertain the key
supposed
Company of
: Delay in, shipment. some necessary
of the
284 to 100 for continuance when the Rev. Dr. Fox, a former pastor
came shorted in some manner so men of the organization with a din the
measure for roll call West Palm Beach presbyterian \ machinery for operating.
was brought up that when he touched the wire he received -: ner at the Clewiston Inn next Thurs-
church and chairman of the Home lock at the new Ortona lock
vote Tuesday. of the Southeast the full effect of the high I day night. Thisdinner, an annual I gates
Committee
Mission
\' Republicans fought an extension introduced voltage. One small burn was in the affair, is one of the high spots of because of floods in the Ohio Valley, '
Presbytery of Florida who -
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e resolution but their amendments the distinguished speaker. Dr. palm of his hand but the most severe -: every harvest season and is looked I was given by Col. Earl North, district
was ;across; his thigh. Had his forward to not only by the men in U. S. Engineer, as the reason for
were bowled over with machine-like Fox referred to him as a warm
safety belt 'not been properly attached the organization who will attend but postponing the opening of the cross-
and of!
friend of long standing one
regularity as fast as presented. They it probable that he would have also by those outside who are so for- state waterway and watercade which
the foremost religious figures in the
contended and had little Democratic been knocked from the pole with tunate as to secure invitations.The was to have been held in celebrationof
country, holding the highest perm-I'
support, that the program was injurious anent position possible for the Pres- possibly critical injuries as a result. dinner will climax a day of the event. The event was postponed -
to American agriculture and byterian church to offer. activity for the directors of the organization until March 15 and engineers expressed -
\ business while the Democrats con- who will arrive here that belief that there would' be
The address was historical in nature -
tended that the benefits derived far and dealt with the foundingand I KIWANIS CELEBRATES morning or a day or two previous to no further delay after that time.

exceeded the concessions granted to growth of the church in the day and other distinguished It was first thought that' the rip-

other countries by the agreement. ca. He told of the trials of .Ameri-I guests. During the day the directors rapping and excavation at the lockswould

Representative Mark Wilcox pioneers and the wonderful FIFTH ANNIVERSARY will make an inspection ,trip over cause the greater part of the
the company properties and will be rush to the lock and getit
complete
fought for a change in the agreement which motivated the settlement of
applying to farm products which he this country. ,He described why there accompanied by those guests who aro ready to put, the boats in the wat-
WITH MIAMI VISITORS interested in seeing the develop- ercade through. The operating ma-
attempted to help the truck farmers was so little change in the church fora
ments. In the afternoon the groupis I chinery had been ordered in plentyof
in his district along the East Coasts great many years and then traced
I and in the Everglades but to no avail. the various stages in the growth up The guest speaker at the Ladies' taken through the sugar house as time and had it not been for the
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the final visit on the inspection in the factories due to the
holdup
The amendment was rejected the to the present day. He told how political Night meeting of the Kiwanis Club trip .
same as the Republican amendments.He I governments were patterned Wednesday night was Ralph Ver- A special program has been flood there is little doubt that the '.
had ranged to follow the dinner and music locks would have been in readiness
no support in his fight and after church governments and described voort chairman, of the Inter-club re-
will be furnished during and following by the scheduled time, February 22.
had little chance. to make a change the educational program of I lations committee of the Miami Kiwanis -
the dinner by the High Hat- The rip-rapping has been .rushed as
when adoption of the resolution wasnQver
his church.
Lummus
Club, who with J. N. ,
ters, a dance orchestra under the much as possible to complete the
in doubt., Representative
That the tall was much enjoyedby Lieutenant-Governor for this district I
direction of Otto Llsch, of Lake work at least above the waterline ,
Doughton, chairman of the ways and those attending was evidenced by and several other Miami Kiwanianswere
I means committee told the house that (Continued on Page 5) guests of the local club for the Worth. The lock gates have not as yet

facts had been submitted to his com- evening. been tested nor can they be until the

mittee proving: that American Agriculture Mr. Vervoort was introduced by water is turned through. This testing
whole had received sub- ,SCHOOL BOARD HAS said to three four
I as a DAMAGE"HEAVY Sam McCreary, owner of the Hotel Is require or
FROST
stantial benefits.
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Patricia, of Miami, and delivered a days.There
i I At the meeting 'held to discuss thirty minute talk en "Is There is considerable difference In
;. this question in Clewiston the first LAST WEEKA Smooth Sailing Ahead." Mr. 'Vjeroort ; MEETING IN LABELLEThe opinion as to what effect the delay

1 December Senator Claude Pepper \' is general manager of the will have on the proposed watercade.

; ,'of ,that he was particularly de-Mallory Steamship Line and Hendry' County Board of Pub- Many feel that by the' middle of
; ': in this measure and would cold spell of short duration last he recounted several instances when lic Instruction met Saturday after- March many of the visiting yachts
I attempt to do something to help the Friday night brought frosts Satur- ships at .sea, 'after having apparent: noon in LaBelle with all members 'will be on: their way 'north and the

South Florida farmers who have, \ day morning to almost every sectionof weathered all possible disasters and : present: Roy Messer, .Mrs. Homer number participating will be decreased -
j since the'agreement went Into effect, the Everglades and damage to with apparent smooth sailing ahead Taylor and M. E. VonMach. The considerably. Others feel that the

l'' been forced to compete with truck 'I growing crops is reported to be very had encountered more perils and county superintendent, S. A. Graves, extra time will give the watercademore

I imported from Cuba produced with heavy. Some sections were missed by dangers. He cautioned the people,, and the county attorney L. O. Gravely time to be publicized and thatit
native ''labor at a fraction of the cost the frost but large acreages were particularly those in South Florida, ,- were also in attendance.A will be even larger when it does

of the 'same crop in this state. Un- ruined all the way from Moore Haven not, to progress with an overabundance -' letter was read from State Superintendent take place. Carl Hanton, editor of
luckily the season on the island to Canal Point with the heaviest of abandon and too little ,caution Colin English stating the Fort Myers News-Press and chair-

comes at practically the same time damage said to have centered at the but to keep in mind the former that the schools of the state would man of the committee sponsoringthe

as in Florida. extreme south end of the lake. I boom, and the recent depression and I II be assured of nine million dollars watercade has the following to

As there was no great amount of I to go forward and build our prosperity : this year for operating expenses. say of the postponement:

Golf Tournament truck planted in this immediate on a sound basis. He reviewed I ,This amount provides approximately Word that the waterway celebra-

area, the damage around Clewistonand some of the Kiwanis fundamentalsand : $26,000 for Hendry county and as tion had been postponed by the army
Enters Final RoundsWith north was confined mostly to advised the club to progress with the county board is authorized to engineers was received here yester-

flowers, shrubs and grass and such those fundamentals as a chart toa borrow up to eigl\y percent'of the day by Carl Hanton, chairman of the

tender vegetables as were growing.In higher goal. amount a motion was made and approved Okeechobee flood control board committee -.

the 'closing of this week the the heavier' planted areas, how- The meeting was in celebration of; to borrow $3,500 at once which is sponsoring the celebration

golf tournament underway at the local ever, the frost struck with consider the fifth anniversary of the club and from the Bank of Clewiston, to take and was communicated to

course will be another step near- able ,force. A survey this' week gave I presided over by I. M. Pafford, pres-I I care of last month's teacher's salar- members of the Fort Myers committee -

er the end and Sunday will see the the approximate damages as about ident. ,Mr. Pafford first introduced, ies. ,which met later in the day at,
completion of two of the four flights. fifty per cent from Lake Harbor to I the Lieutenant-Governor, Mr. Lum- It was decided that schools in La- the chamber of commerce.

The third and fourth flights, having i ij South Bay; ninety per cent from mus, who spoke briefly and compli- Belle would be dismissed on 'the day While disappointed in the delay

only eight participants against six- : South Bay to Belle Glade and about mented the club on the progress it the waterway opening is held in or- the committee here welcomed it as
j teen in the top two have played the fifty per cent from Belle Glade to has 'made in the five years since or der that the children may participateIn giving a further opportunity to per-

semi-finals and will go into the fin-I Canal Point. Shipments of'producefrom ganization. He 'introduced Frank plans for entertaining visitors in fect arrangements. J. S. Tarrer,

'? als Sunday. In the two upper flights the area declined sharply during Pruitt, president of the Miami club the watercade.A chairman, said there would be no
the semi-finals will be played Sun-I the week and gives a good indi- who delivered a brief talk and letter was drawn up and ordered change in plans and' that everything

day and during next week. cation of the damage. sented the local club with a pre-I- sent to the board of county com- scheduled fQr February 23 wouldbe

i In the third flight semi-finals There was heavy damage to spring badges as a token of'esteem from the I: missioners'requesting that a joint moved up to March 15, the new

& Ralph Kirk defeated W' C. Prewitt tomatoes, many acres of which had Miami club. Mr. Pruitt, In turn, introduced -I meeting of the two boards be held date set by the ,engineers. F. Irving
2 and '1 and A. N. Gallant defeated just been planted. Beans were also Marion Holden who presented on February 16 for the purpose of Holmes, chairman of the finance

.. Mrs. W. C. Owen 2 and 1. The finals I badly hurt and peas to a slightly lesser the entertainers for the evening discussing the plan for the schools! committee which is endeavoring, to

match Sunday to determine the win I extent., Damage to cabbage cannot -: Miss Helen Flanagan and Miss (Continued on 'Page 8) raise $2,000, said the additionaltime
ner in this flight will be between Mr. I be estimated as yet because of (Continued on rage 8) I II I would be an' advantage in rais-

Kirk and Mr. Gallant. I i the damp weather this week 'follow-I Lawler Transferred To ing funds but that the campaign
In the fourth flight H. A. ''Bestor I ing the frost. It Is feared that 'a great I, Water Plant To would, be pressed in an effort to have

defeated Sam Fleming seven and,five deal of rot may develop. New Orleans DistrictMark the money in hand as early as pos-
and Mrs. 'Lou Betzner won by default -
sible.
The heavy rains two weeks ago Be Finished Soon
from Luther Jones. This Breaks Even
and insect damage during the past Attendance
es Mr. Bestor and Mrs. match-I two weeks will reduce the spring tomato R. Lawler, associate engi- Opinions" differed as to the effect'

the finals for the cup. crop in this area approximatelyfifty Work was started this week on neer in charge of all the concrete the delay would have on attendance.

First flight play resulted in O. G. percent and the inability of the installation of some filter .units work in the OkeechobeeCaloosahatchee Dkuo Ireland thought some, boats
McWhorter defeating Emmett Shel- I the U. S. Engineerslast which planned to make the cruise
farmers to finance crops after a in the new filter tanks here as wellas I project for
ley 3 and 2; Gordon Mobley advanced most disastrous season and the bad chlorinator and other.chemical I Ii week received his transfer to might not do so because their owners

by defeating W. C. Owen 5'and weather will cut the intended bean i mixing, appliances and it is anticipated the New Orleans Engineer office. Accompanied -I I I would-have return'ed north by next

3; John Harris was winner over 'Lou acreage in half, it is estimated.Bad that within a week or ten days by his wife and two children [ month but others thought this wouldbe
Betzner 4 and 3 and Dick Hall defeated prices due to a late winter I the new Clewiston water will be he left Sunday for his new location -; compensated by' growing interest

F. B. Banning 1 up. The semi- and other pranks of nature, have available. ]I I in the cruise among yachtsmen who

'finals will be played Sunday of next made this winter one of the worst Considerable improvement has Mr. Lawler expects to spend a 'throng East Coast waters.

week. seasons ever known In the Ever- already been noted in the water I couple of months in New Orleans I From Washington Congressman;
I Second flight play saw Mrs. F. glades farming section.DOUGLASPARSONS. pouring from the kitchen faucets in during the Mississippi high water Peterson and Senator Pepper wired
: Deane Duff defeating Virgil Lawrence the town. The water now in use is I It period' and then go to Simmesport that they would rearrange their plans

2 and 1; A. H. Hackett defeat- ;t coming from the new source of supply where he will be in charge of a I and try to hold the delegation they ,
ing L. E. VanLandingham 3 and 2; I far out beyond the grass in the bridge construction job over the had recruited for: the trip. Mr. Han
Win. McCracken defeating E. E. Kelly main body of the lake and is softer:I Atchafalya River. Mr. Lawler was ton will see Governor Cone tomor-
3 and 2 and L. H. Nash winning Mrs. Lillian Ham Douglas and I and freer from chemical taste with- one of the last of the construction row at Miami with reference tore-
3 and 1 from H. E. VanLandingham. Leonard L. Parsons were united in out treatment than the old supplywas heads to be transferred from the of- newing the invitation to President

.*\, "J With the end of the tournament marriage Sunday afternoon at the after treatment. However it fice here. He was an extremely competent Roosevelt when the governor goes to

approaching interest in the outcome Baptist church by Rev. A. M. Glisson. is still necessary to use the old fil- engineer, well-liked by overy- Washington Monday. The presidenttold
is expected to increase during the Mr. and Mrs. Parsons both have lived teratioii plant and mixing units. one and both he and his wife were Governor Cone last week that

semi-final and final matches.J. 1"1 LaBelle for quite' a long time When the new ones are ready, which active in the social life of the com he doubted he would be in Florida
and have a host of friends here. Mr. will be within a few days, Clewistonwill munity. I waters this month but did not givea
L. (Red) Edgerton of the West- Parsons Is the son of Mrs. J. S. have as good or better city water His place will probably be taken final reply to the invitation. It is

ern Newspaper Union In Atlanta' Parsons and is employed at Beke-. than any community around, the by ]kis assistants, J. B. .Dotterer andA. understood that his plans call for

spent Wednesday night here. meyer's Grocery. -La elle News. lake. R. Broadfoot. (Continued on Page 8)

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THE CLEWISTON NEWS. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1937
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L IMPROVED 'Twas Not Worth

Silent as Lightning UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL The Extra CostIn


A LAY preacher who had for g a west of England church the
many years preached in SUNDAY banns between two parishionershad
LessonBy
a somewhat boisterous man- ( been read for the first time. 'Ie

ner, emphasizing his points by After the service the vicar was accosted -
excessively raising his voice, Vieur REV. HAROLD L. LUNDUU1ST. the bride-
by prospective
JWV 1( Dean of the Moody Bible Instituteof
suddenly changed his style in Chicago. groom.

the pulpit, and thereafter spoke Western Newspaper? Union. "Mr. Goodbody, I've been think-

softly and very earnestly. ing, and, seems to me I'd rather
Asked why he had adopted the By Edward W. Pickard Lesson for February 14 have her sister."

new way, he replied: "WhenI Western Newspaper Union "You can please yourself," replied -

was a little boy I thought it JESUS THE GOOD SHEPHERD the vicar."But, of course, j
was the thunder which was the fresh banns must be published." I
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I know Calledto obligations imposed upon them by
now Michigan Troops
most impressive,
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LESSON TEXT
John 10116.
"Ah. A "Shall I haveto
the treaty and are restoredto pause.
that it is the silent lightning.: Check Strike Riots peace GOLDEK TEXT-I am the good shepherd "
another half
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is that loud voice has 'the complete sovereignty of the : the good shepherd giveth his life for pay crown
It true a "
but the GENERAL MOTORS and city po German government.The thc; sheep. John 10:11. "Of course you will.
its uses occasionally, Mich., came into PRIMARY TOPIC-A Good Shepherd. "Oh." A long pause. Then, with
is frequently fuehrer reiterated Germany's.demand ;
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right word whispered JUNIOR TOPIC-The Good Shepherd.
violent conflict with strikers there sudden resolution. "Aw, well,
far effective. for eventual return' of her INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR TOPIC-
more
and the sheriff decided he couldn'thandle colonies; and offered cooperationwith How Jesus Is Like a Shepherd. leave 'em be as 'tis."
he called on YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOPIC-
.. the situation, so other nations for and
The National peace :Jesus Our Good Shepherd.
the for
governor troops. economic development. But he repeated
Guard of the state was mobilized his determination t to deal The blind man who had been "Booster" Planes

A Severe Test and the units already in Flint with ,soviet Russia, and he also left .healed had been cast out of the
According to Marco Polo, whenan moved into the strike zone and Czechoslovakia and Lithuania out of synagogue because he had given the In England what has been knownas

aspirant to priesthood in India formed a military blockade. They the list of nations'with which he was glory for his healing to Jesus Christ, a composite aircraft has been

arrived at the monastery, the fairest were ordered to clear the area willing to make agreements. He (see ch. 9). The door to that which invented which combines a heavy
to it around the plants but not to enter long-range monoplane and a sec-
young girls belonging promised Belgium and'Holland their stood for all that was sacred to
came forth to meet him, and gath- the buildings unless there was renewed ,territory 'would not be violated, and him had been closed. .Whither ond "booster" monoplane that is

ering round, would overwhelmhim violence. said there are "no humanly conceivable should he turn? Look! here comes ,attached to its top in taking off,

with embraces and kisses. This outbreak came while Judge points of dispute betweeu someone seeking him. It is Jesus, thus forming a biplane. When the

The old priests, meanwhile, would Paul Gadola was hearing arguments France and Germany." who now declares that the door craft is in the air and flying at

stand by, keenly watching. If he for and against an injunction 'which men had closed was no true full speed, the booster plane cuts

betrayed any pleasure at the ca- to eject the sit-down, strikers from door at all, for he says, "I am the off and the big ship continues, car"I.
resses of thegirls, he was at once the Fisher Body plants. Crest of the ,Flood Moves door of the sheep." Those who pro- rying a load which alone it could

rejected; but if he submitted him- The violence resulted in a new Down the Mississippi fessed to be shepherding the flocks not lift off the ground.Washington -

self to them coldly, and with un- sit-down strike in a Chevrolet plant G RADUALLY the terrible floou and who had cast this poor man out Star.

moved face, he was admitted to and the announcement by the union in the Ohio valley subsided, were but hirelings. Now he speaksto

the priesthood.. leaders that they would close every but the yellow, torrents 'were pour- foe One who says, "I am the
General Motors plant in the country. ing down the lower Mississippi and good Shepherd."

Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription Is a Secretary of Labor Perkins and the'nation was ,moW o/ ', Son one has suggested that the Let LUDEN'S
Gov. Frank Murphy had been unsuccessful parable of the good shepherd
tonic which has been helping women bilized to save the.. pre-
of all ages for nearly 70 years.. Adv. in all efforts to bringG. people there. By direction ,f-'". sents the whole day in the life of
M. chiefs and John L. Lewis to- of the 'President %.tf#,.> ;'"' ,::1. the shepherd and his flock, morning, Menthol Cough Drops

Is It Belief? gether for, peace conference, be- and Gen. Mal- fdf< noop. and night, and typifies the
President Sloan of the corpo- : ministry of Christ on our behalf in 1. Clear head
The undisciplined temper relieves cause In Craig, chief of ; q.': ; your
dis ration insisted that first the plants the varying circumstances of life.
itself by bellowing down staff, the army f :,," ':Y::">>:' : '
agreement. must be evacuated by the strikers. made all preparations . (
:
Miss Perkins asked con- Flocks were sometimes kept in
thereupon for the evacu,, 'V f'.
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gress for legislation empowering ation of all inhabi4ii f ;;;:<, the field, at night, as was the case 3. Help build up

AT LASTA her department to subpoena per- tants along the riv1RB? y on.the night when Jesus was born

sons and papers in connection with er 'between Cairo, ,...;} ::; ... in Bethlehem. But ordinarily they YOUR ,ALKALINE
"" ';.7..l..w.- were brought into sheepfold where
strike investigations.Forty 111., and New Or- a
RELIEFTHATALSO
COUGH thousand employees of the leans. The, details Geleral. many flocks gathered for protec- RESERVETalent SF 1

SPEEDS RECOVERYRemember corporation had been called back to for: this mass move- MaUn CraIg tion.. Thieves would climb the wallto

plants in ,Michigan and Indiana and ment were worked out to the last steal sheep, but''' the shepherd,
the DUIlel! It's FOLEY'S HONEY put ,on part time work, and they when he'' came in the merning to
& TARt Double-acting. One set of ingredients point by commanding officers in the and Genius jl
qnicklysoothes.reheves tickling.hackiDgcough4 and other non-union workers were region and thousands of' motor lead forth his flock, entered in by Doing easily what others find difficult of
throat linings to keep
ing ooata irritated the door. He called out his flock
you from coughing. Another set reaches the assured again by Sloan that their trucks and. ,railroad flat. cars were is talent; doing what is im-
bronchial tubes,loosens phlegm,helps break up rights would be protected. collected. by.-name and they knew his 'voice. I
For Headquarters for the possible for talent is gen us.-
due cold and spuds
a cough to a recovery. It is said that only a sick sheep
quick relief and spetdtd-u ncorery,ask your evacuation were 'set up at Jackson. Amiel, Journal.
drupgist 4 TAR.;; Idealforchildrentoo.Getabottletoday.Disappearing for doubllH1cting FOLEY'S HONEY. Richberg Is Draftingthe The secretary of war authorizedthe will follow a stranger, which may '
explain why so many false isms of
New Labor Bill use of not only regular army'
our day appeal to the sick and lead
Virtues HEARINGS were held by a sen- troops but also members of the them away from the Good Shep- FROM PAIN
Civilian Conservation the'National DE Rf6f
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Our Virtues disappear when put subcommittee on corps herd. 161 COLDS
Guard and the Red Cross. &
in competition,with our Interests, the O'Mahoney federal licensing bill I Do you know his voice? Have you
as 'Rivers lose themselves in the designed to give the. government General' Craig said''that if the billion responded to his call? Will you follow The '
original Cellophane wrapped
business dollar levee system, erected him
control
? Decide
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Ocean.-La Rochefoucauld. over now. "*"*"
; but it is probable p: :" m after the great 1927 flood; failed to II. In the Heat of the Day (vv. genuine pure aspirin S t
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this .will be F.., .. : ,.:, hold, about the same area affected 7-10). WOUD'S LARGEST f Se'::
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"- ? then would be 'inundated. Many 'Perhaps the need k
Miss supplanted by a f: ; sheep to enter SELLER AT qsp
n measure that is being \,' thousands' people ,already had the fold to rest, if so he, is the eoc

drafted by Donit ", been removed from homes along the door. But.they may wish to go out

REE LEEF ,ald Richberg, for- t, ;:"'f'1 Mississippi, but cities like Memphisand to the pasture-again he is the door.,

mer head of the h< ,j.::'"v' ,. 'i ; Vicksburg, being on high Belonging to Christ is not bondage.If .
says: tfRA. The Richberg }.f,;x. ,'''' Y ,.:( ground, were believed to be'safe.. : any man enter in by Christ, the
bill will be less regulatory i>:::;:':,<:., '.. ,' '' ':J At this writing the effects of the Door, 'he is free to go.in and out, to 6 1

than O'Ma- .(" --m; : flood may be thus summarized: find pasture, to live for and to

"CAPUDINE honey's and presumably '. .. ,Yi'fl?.:: Homeless, nearly a million. Dead, serve him. I
'relieves'HIEADJqCHfE will be intro- : probably more, than 500, including "The Door." What a striking fig- I

duced as an admin- Senator, 200 in Louisville. Damage, conserv- ure! It is a means of entry, the

istration measure.O'Mahoney atively estimated at more than $400, only way in. ,Every door has two BLACMM11STOCKandPOULTRY

So far little is known of; it except ,000,000. sides and the side we are on determines -

quicker because that it will cover minimum wages Congress hurried through a defi- whether we are insior? or

it's liquid... and maximum hours and outlaw ciency appropriation of.$5,990,000 outside-saved or lost. Childreq MEDICINES
child, labor.: Probably it will also which the President'promised wouldbe used to sing, and still do: Are Reliable

akdyJuwtved. include the licensing features considerably made available for flood ':relief; One Door and only one,

modified. and the American Red Cross, work- And yet its sides are two- Blackman's Medicated Lick-

Some officials, in Washington regard ing at high speed, was raising a fundof Inside and outside, 'ABrHBrackman's<
the O'Mahoney bill as a "feeler. $10,000,000 to which the people'' On which side are you?

Books Speak Plain ." It would require corporations of the entire country contributed III. When Night Comes (vv.. 11- !W Stock P wderBrackman's

Books will speak plain, 'when doing business in interstate commerce liberally. Supplies of food, drink- 16). so- Cow Tonic I

counsellors blanch. Francis I to obtain federal licenses ing water, clothing and medicineswere The wolves come out as the shad- EBT Blackman's Hog Powder I

Bacon. which would include stipulations on poured into the stricken areas. ows gather. They come to kill and &F-; Blackman's Poultry Tablets

wages and hours of employees and Paducah was completely evacuated to scatter.. Where is the shepherd? ss- Blackman's Poultry Powder

Up in the Morning prohibit the use of child labor. and. most of the inhabitants of If he is only a hireling, servingfor
But actually' the bill would go Cairo were removed. The flood wat- what may "be fc;? it" for him, Highest Quality-Lowest Price

Feeling Fine much farther, including almost every ers at the latter city were 'creeping he will flee. How perfectly this pic Satisfaction Guaranteed or

The refreshing relief so many folks reform in labor relations, trade 'up close to the top of the rein tures religious leaders v.iIIJ! in spiteof your money back

say they get by taking Black- practices, and corporation structureand forced levees and it was feared their swelling words and ingra- '
BUY FROM:YOUR DEALER
Draught for constipation makes financing that has ever been the protections would not be sum: tiating manners, desert the flock in

them vegetable enthusiastic Ia'cative.BlackDraught about. this famous purely proposed during the' past. 25 years.A cient. the hour of adversity. Fair weather

puts the digestive tractIn more sweeping, drastic, and all- Harry Hopkins, WPA administrator friends are they, who disappear BLACKMAN STOCK MEDICINE CO.

better, without; condition your to continually act regularly having, everyday to inclusive proposal could hardly be and other members of the spe- when darkness and danger appear.In Chattanooga, Tenn.

take medicine to move the bowels. drafted. cial flood relief committee named the darkest hour Jesus is_nearest -
Next time, be sure to try The O'Mahoney bill would vest by President Roosevelt, went to the at hand. He never fails.. He

the licensing power in the federal flood areas' with the expressed intention has, no fear, for has he not tasted

B1BA trade commission, enlarging the of seeing that the job of caring the bitter death of Calvary's tree
present board of five members to for the refugees was well done. for you and for me? He is the

nine. It was thought likely that Mr. Hopkins indicated he was pre- good shepherd. He giveth his life

GOOD LAXATIVE the Richberg draft would eliminatethe pared to spend $790,000,000-the en- for the,sheep. Those who have put

commission and vest the licensing tire deficiency ,work ,relief budget their trust in him shall never be
I power in a new board or com- for flood relief if necessary. put to shame.
SORE RHEJMI4TIC mission created to administer the Because he has given his life for

proposed law. England Would Check Our the sheep we must not forget nor
neglect the truth found in verse 16. DOLLARS & HEALTHThe

MUSCLESSaygoodliyetomesayliniments Hitler Denounces "WarGuilt" Neutrality Legislation, There are "other' sheep" that have successful person is a healthy per
AS WALTER RUNCIMAN, presi- not yet been brought into the fold.
be
Treaty ClauseCHANCELLOR son. Don't let yourself handicappedby
dent ,of the British board of: They must be brought in, and we,
: and solves that HITLER, as was trade ended his visit at the White sick headaches, a sluggish condition,
have to be smeared on every few hours to ba on His behalf, must bring them, that
effective.The new treatment for sere aching expectedl up a lot of debate House, which President Roosevelt there ,may "be one fold and one' stomach "nerves" and other dangetvtaesigns
muscles isAllco.k'sPorousPlast.cr, that stars; by his speech on the fourth had said to be social "
on until pain is all gone. One Allcock's Plaster an- was merely shepherd. 'of over-acidity.
lasts days and days without further niversary of his assumption of full he told the press that he and the
thought. The blood is gently drawn to the over Germany. With dra- President had. in
painful rheumatic area and the muscles are power agreed principleon Penitence and Mercy
massaged as you move.No rubbing. Nothing matic emphasis he denounced two a reciprocal tariff treaty. Later Man must not disclaim
his
smelly or. sticky. Allcock's is pleasant. Easy more clauses of the Versailles it revealed that his main
was pur-
on easy off when pain Is gone. 5 million brotherhood, even with the guiltiest -
users testify that Allcock's is marvelous for treaty, those dealing with war guilt, pose in coming to the United States since his hand
though be
backaches,arthritis.pains chest colds.25 at the Reichsbank and the railroads.Of was to head off, if possible, the clean r..
druggists, et write "AU.peck's his heart has surely been pollutedby
N.Y ; '''itftlttW-: the former he said: neutrality under
Ossining, : proposed measure the flitting phantoms of iniquity.He .
"I hereby solemnly withdraw the which} Great 'Britain, 'if involved in must feel that when he shall
German signature from that declar- would be unable to
war, purchasewar
knock at the of
gate Heaven
SORES ation forced weak in this no MILNESiA FOR HEALTH
BOILS upon a govern- supplies country. It semblance of an unspotted life can
""ATHLETE'S FOOT,BURNS, ment against its better knowledgethe was reported that he told Mr. Roosevelt entitle him to an entrance there. MSlncsia, the original milk of magnesiain
CUTS.nd ITCHING SKIN declaration to the effect that r that if such legislation were Penitence must kneel and
Mercy wafer form neutralizes stomach acids
,
C Ar rout Germany was guilty of the would not enter intoa ,
Loco MOO now starting passed England
3 0,.Iasr/Am. come from the footstool of the '
. elimination. Each
World war. reciprocal tariff treaty, and besides that : gives quick, pleasant
Throne
'' or golden gate will
1 /AeAf BOWSOM OM CHCMCAI YILIt.10A1DAI Pioooot Co. Concerning the latter he declared I II would buy her supplies, in never open.-Nathaniel, Hawthorna. wafer equals 4 teaspoonfuls milk.of magnesia.Tastytoo.20c,3Sc&60ceverywhati.-
that hereafter the Reichsbank and i peace time as well as in war time, :
I .
the German railways are free from in other 'Countries. I






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THE EMSTONNEWS.: FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1937

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"Quotations" Ohio and Mississippi Valleys Devastated by Flood lln.ckJIz11"


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1 One should guard against preaching 4:
to young men that success, in
the customary material sense IS the I

aim of life'Albert Einstein. Life Is
ror fi Short
What we need is not less of the I
Life appears too short to be
national spirit but more of it; not
J less of the zeal for national interests spent in nursing animosity or reg-

hut more. William E. Borah. istering wrong.
'
Unless England and America stand Love of money is the root of all

together there will be chaos in the evil; but curiosity oft leads to

world.-Lady Astor. wickedness.If .

There is a large difference between you don't think you can do it,

leisure time and idle time.- try it anyway. Then you will find
Fiorelo H. La Guardia.
out why you can't. ,
Man will never conquer death for People who haven't morals always -
death is an essential character of our
say morals are a matter of
self.-Dr. Alexis Carrel. '
geography.
,. This life is not the play; only therehearsal. When we practice good princi-
.-/. //. Shorthousc.
ples it is extremely gratifying to

us as well as to others.



Fasces on Our DimesOur Early Prognostications "

ten-cent coins were designed As the following old 'proverbs

three years before Mussolini and ,are in some measure true, they

his followers adopted the fascesas should not be forgotten:

the emblem of Fascism. The M'/\%?a.y'y'.:.: a:; hy. .')rsy..: ,: 4iiy.A h na?w '
A,.. If tbe'grass grows in Janlveer
fasces on our dimes are emblems ihmrefcwaaru.xSa fiyd: .w' ''2' car.auayavwwatbrivweos ww< ,,,.br' 'YuwaJ".v." ...: kdM}'lnif. l It grows the worse fort all the year.

common to works of'art. The fasces The Wclchman had rather ace his dam on

i were the rods made into aw 1-Flood refugees load their possessions aboard a ruck prior to fleeing to higher ground. 2-Cat is ma- Than the bier fair, .

bundle to enclose a protruding axe rooned on a second story window ledge as Ohio river flood waters rise. 3-Flood sufferers at Portsmouth, see wind a and Februe'er.March May sun., .

and were borne by the ancient Ohio are fed by boatmen who row about streets, handing bread to refugees above the water line. Makes cloath white, and maids dun..
When April blows his horn, '
Roman lictors to execute the
judgment It's good for both hay and corn. '

of the magistrate. Orphans of the Flood Find RefugeRefugee EVACUATION AREA An April flood, \i .
Adolph Alexander Weinman a Carries'away the frog and her. brood. '
A cold May and windy, '
native of and memberof
Germany a Makes full barn
,, a and a finely ,
the United States Commissionof th q A1t
A :May: flood
the Fine Arts, in 1916 designedour Never did good. -
A swarm of bees in .-Jay: _
ten-cent pieces and the fifty-
-
Is worth a load of hay
.J cent coins. But a swarm in July 4
Is not worth a fly.
:
tu' EMPHtS The above was taken from "

DoTHS ARK. Houghton's Genuine Almanac ,4'
IFOACOLD a'y
1 1M 1812. ,

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rF A Three Days' Cough ;
155.1 .;::


Ll\ J : :.- 6 a Is Your Danger Signal :,

a r No matter how many' medicines :,
f 3. dliLA you have tried for your cough,chest .; ,
a :. cold or bronchial irritation you can ', ;
get relief now with Creomulsion.-' :.;

:. : ''', t'i Serious trouble may be brewing and ;;
err, 1. Take 2)Bayei h w J. i you cannot afford to take a chance'a
tablets E\ : with anything less than Creomul :
; :;;>< i y Aspirin } ,j.K. f>< ? ?ii S
"'''\' ". with a full glass of .J. roK sion, which goes right to the seat ,
: water at first sign of the trouble 'to aid ,nature to -.
:4, : of a cold. soothe and heal"the inflamed mem-
branes as the germ-laden'phlegm. ';
: y' ,S J2 i af- $ ,i W ORLAnS! is loosened and expelled. :- .
I 6Z'y, 4 Even if other remedies have
,
"ax.'2 :. ('ar.,; failed, don't; be discouraged your -

';;:.i".; druggist is authorized to guaranteeCreomulsion .. ': :, .j,
'2.Rd..to. refund your: .
c.'Urs
yiiuwa.usuids..4i.G: :
I' If throat Is ff rs; :.Wcw ? iL money if you.are not satisfied with .... f
, :<< 2 Bore also, gargle Map showing 100-mile wide strip results from the' very rfu'Bt bottle. '::
I J.hii.'j twice with children from the flooded districts of northern and eastern along the Mississippi river from Get Creomulsion right;now:/AdVJ

., dissolved 3! Bayer in tablets y..! Arkansas are shown asleep on the floor of a railroad station following Cairo 111., to 'New Orleans which I I'j
J$glassof their With millions of of farmland under water and count-
water. ;"fH.y.{ rescue. acres the War department ordered evacu-
less cities inundated the Ohio and Mississippi valleys experienced themost ated 'of all people in the most disastrous ,But Few ,' .h;.:
devastating flood in history. Many men's nature demands, ;
; i Quick Relief with flood in the nation's history.
adoration and few are averse to It., ,
:
Largest peace time removal of: ,
2 Bayer Aspirin Tablets Red Cross Nurses Aid Flood Victims civilians in ,history. ",

I The modern way to ease a cold is I' .......
,, this: Two Bayer Aspirin tablets the '
moment feel cold Combat ..'
you a coming on. Help to
D
Repeat if necessary, in two hours. If J;

you also have a sore throat due to Epidemics in e.4;;; ,,
the cold dissolve 3 Bayer tablets in !

H glass of water and gargle with this Inundated AreasA ,

twice.The Bayer Aspirin you take ; I

internally will act to combat fever,

aches pains which usually accompanya group of nurses from the Chi- k..
A
cold.The gargle will provide almost cago chapter of the American Red viiiig: Dbt(1IS1 ,.ifi:

instant relief from soreness and raw- Cross shown enroute to critical
of throat. Your ','
ness doctor
your we
points in the flood basin of the Ohio "
feel sure, will approve this modern
way. Ask'your druggist for genuine and the Mississippi valleys to ren- "-

Bayer Aspirin by its full name-not der aid, in combating disease epi-

by the name "aspirin" alone. demics that sprung up in the inundated -

areas of the South.


*01' RedHandedPickpockets' e u u sz.4Ro Srq


" hands are tinted

scarlet in and in
Roumania case
Motive of PatriotismThe
't F the culprits use gloves their ears '
f
t noblest motive is the pub-
1 .
7 9 + are also colored as danger, signals.
lic
good-Vigil.
FOR A DOZEN The dye is renewed monthly fora

2 FULL DOZEN FOR 25c year.
When Women
k Virtually Ic a Tablet
Need Cardui

.1 ARE YOU Nervous, Sleepless i ? Tank, Cars of Drinking Water for Flood SufferersTank your If you strength seem to you have had lost for some your of

favorite activities or foryour housework -
Mrs. W. G. Sullivan of
1547-13th Ave., Columbus, and care less about your
Ga, said "I suffered r.. ,r.' meals and suffer severe discomfort -
from pains in my back : at certain times try
\
,
: and my side and had
0 Cardui!
'j headaches all due to functional -
i* disturbances. A real Thousands and thousands of
<<:............ rest at night was rare. women say it has helped them.:
M ?f I was advised to try Dr.
im-
Pierce's Favorite Prescrip- By increasing the appetite
tion as a tonic. After taking one bottle I proving digestion Cardui helps you
\ had a keen appetite and I felt stronger and to get nourishment Asstrength
better in every way." Buy of your druggist. returns, unnecessary functional
New size, tablets SOc., liquid $1.00 & $1.35..
Aj aches, pains and nervousness Just
y h'. to
r r "U 'f .a seem go away.
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: !k' ..;ay., <;
;, ,i: .n .. .
wCa% ,,, Harmful Body Waste

.:. Your kidneys are constantly filtering
waste matter from the blood stream.But
kidneys sometimes lag in their work-do
not act as Nature intended-fail to remove
impurities that if retained, may
poison the system and upset the whole
: ; body machinery.
Symptoms may be nagging backache
;'; persistent headache,attacks of dizziness
t1..i getting up nights, swelling, puffiness
under the eyes-a feeling of nervous
anxiety and loss of pep and strength.
Other signs of kidney or bladder disorder
A HOTEL OF DISTINCTION may be burning scanty or too
Nearest the Gardeni rrr' ; ,' N c:{a/'.,': +'ny2,, yC'ke\J' .: frequent urination. ,
ny SC3.i! >tnW *\:$:.,5 There should be no doubt that prompt
I (Famous Winter Resort) ,, k <. l,. ; .
; Use
h ( s vk aMf treatment is wiser than neglect.
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OPEN JANUARY \ / \ / ; {: .i AhG yi i
.i TO MAYS y./nyr .,.f Doan'f Pills. Doan't have been winningnew
;ryr ; oc'
: t
John Llttlerreen. Mgr.at tyw/ %%,,r; friends for more than forty yean.
k ,
: : They have a nation-wide reputation.Are .
:. weerk3fEH.Nai x'ti:. :L ..Y4ui'fi.rwdfv.rx4ra fw..44cohni the
recommended by grateful people
country over. Art your neighoorl
,,:! cars normally milk cars are shown being loaded with ,water in Chicago and started southwardto

the flood scourged sufferers in the Ohio and Mississippi valleys where water was 'so contaminated that it Q

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PAGE FOUR 'IHE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12, '1937 ,II'

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it is estimated one can be provided YOU'D LIKE. People like MONEY

The Clewi,;ton News through Lake Okeechobee for as lit- Petroleum Products Lag In so I give them money. That givesme
I tle as $30,000,000 while the Jack- an opportunity to tell 'em howI

sonville-Ocala-Yankeetown route can help 'em get more. You may
Published every Friday In Clewiston, now under discussion in Washingtonwill Broad Commodity Price Rise like my tie fine, I'll give it to you I

Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS call for upwards of $300,000000 ,- -it will do me a lot more good
II
IDC. and entail great danger to the around your neck than It will around ''R, '
fresh ,water supply of Florida. mine. They say I'm crazy..-well, may- i

Opening of the cross-state water- be so, but think it over, son, and if II'I'
Keathley Bowden, Editor
way this month should end the talk 1926-100 you'd like to exchange those worth- ,I

'of the federal government pouring 90.4 less rent receipts for a nice little I'

Entered as second ,class mail matter $300,000,000 Into a dangerous ex :" I 87.3 M M home of your own, come around and t]
February 1, 1927, at the Post periment. If the gulf shipping trade :', E Ec I'll give you that."

Office in Clewiston, Florida, under ever should indicate a willingness :,- 85.4 T '1." Well, I give up. You answer It t

the Act of March 3, 1897. to use a short cut across Florida, andit -". 76,9 F L Lu yourself, but don't overlook the fact
O
hasn't done yet, the new canal
so that this guy Harry Wentworth Davis -
route across Lako Okeechobeo is 0 .SpT is makin' sales and plenty of 'em It
i
Subscription rate, $2.00 available for expansion. -MiamI S N -IODINE ;
N o'H or no IODINE! !
Advertising rates on appltcation.l,Herald. I 59.4 X E 0 00P I- 1

T $ u
MEHROF GIVES AIMS AND POINTS $ I C Whenever you say there ought to' ,
Devoted to the advancement and I L-' be a law against that, just look It '
OF GROW HEALTHY CHICK PLAN a 0 e: G T
welfare of Clewiston and Hendry u s. up. You'll probably find that there I
fl's. is.-St. Cloud Tribune.A .
County.
Gainesville, Fla.-Reduction of t:19: I III

chick mortality and production of
Germ"A I
high quality pullets are the primary Chart ly The Atlantic Reflnlnff, Company
Exclusive germ," said HI Ho, the sage of
aims of the'1937 Grow Healthy Chick WITH wholesale. commodity prices with the continued low price. of Chinatown, embles many bad Influences !II
Program. sponsored by the State Agricultural at '85.7 percent of petroleum products In ,general W. In berg able to work so long I
WNU Extension Service, accord- their 1926 level, after a rise from 1\[. Irish, president of The ,Atlantic before he Is detected."-Washington
80.2 per cent a year ago,I petroleum Refining Company, points out. Basedon Star. I
ing to Norman R. Mehrof extension products continue to be ,the chief service'station prices in 60 representative

Features poultryman.For laggards In the price rise procE cities, excluding tax, the !11

sion. Based on figures released by ,price per gallon today IB 14.17 cents Keathley Bowden' left !i
Thursday
most Florida producers, the .on
the U. S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, compared wjth 20.97 cents in 1926. 11
business
chick season will get under way this the wholesale price of petroleum While federal and state sales taxeson a trip to Sanford. I'ifJ

If the weather of the past tvo month and will' run through March products stands at only 69.4 per gasoline have more than doubledin / 11I'11\\

days here extends very far northwardthe and April and, accordingly, the Extension cent of the 1926 level. Textiles stand the last ten years, the service I
newsboys of St. Petersburg are Service will stress its Grow at 76.9 per cent; house furnishingsat station price ,per gallon today. Including :

not jingling many -'o'ns In their Healthy Chick program during these 85,4 per cent: foods at 87.3 per tax is 19.51 cents per gallon,
cent;, metals and metal products at compared'with the 1926 service station j'
pockets. three months. $0.4 per cent. .price per gallon, Including lax, I _. __ .'
,The program, Mr. Mehrof explains, Retail gasoline prices are in liner of 28.38,cents"I /ruaHU FLORIDA ;!II
The present vegetable, season has I has been developed around six fundamental -
,
been a wash-out-literally in some I points to be considered! in, !!
places. But the harder you fall the poultry production: early hatching,' i I.m I./
1 HE MADE GOOD in' out nice new crisp dollar bills'
higher you bounce so watch the hatching eggs and chicks from sound
to strangers, givin' away fifty dollar G] !'i
'glades farmers bounce back on their and vigorous flocks of standard
I The hard boiled: editor called the Panama hats, or would yank off his .. Iim
next crop. breeding and: high production sanitary -
ambitious young reporter before own neck-tie and hand it over to youif TIii' !
_. brooder houses, clean land, bal-
I him. "Now the idea is, to get something ,you should happen to admire it, .. : 1'm /
It isn't too late to contribute to anced rations, and separation of pullets QiJ
!
the flood relief fund. No clothing is i from 'cockerels. I new, something out of the way. I was sure plenty short on iodine. li1 j,:
If a dog bites a man that's nothing; But havin' met just such a guy and
time I I ,
needed at this or perishable rl1
foodstuff but and canned The pullet that is hatched early if a man bites a dog that's news. 'I watched him work, I ain't so sure. m ::

foods will be acceptable money for some gets a good start before hot weather Now get out and get a story." I If you ask me, I think he's plenty m (iI; \
develops rapidly during the sum A few hours later the young man smart and alongside of him a lot I'
time to come. mer, and comes into production ,in rushed in. "I've got it. I've got it," I sure enough wise guys are just a ( :

early fall when egg prices are ris- he shouted. bunch of punks.
An Atlanta paper states that there ing. Early-hatched broilers are also I LUI 'I'II'IStop
"Yeah, said the editor, "what is
have been rumblings heard lately,i ready to sell when prices rise. it?" I The chap I'm talkin, about is Har- ;
Wentworth Davis of Tarpon
both from Florida and from Cali ry "
and chicks
Hatching baby
eggs "I've got the news story of the
'
whose is doin'
Springs hobby things
fornia. California's is caused by an 'il""
should be obtained from strong vig- I "
year, replied the cub. "Fireplug
different from everybody else, doin'it
earthquake while Florida's is causedby
flocks that free from disease
orous are I
: wets dogEx.! better and on top of all that, makin' -
the residents shaking with laughter. and are of high productionand I I

standard breeding. Quality IK BLACK WIDOW SPIDERS it pay.According.

foremost in this matter, Mr. Meh- FOUND IN ABUNDANCE I to the city directory, I
The house passed the law to rof says. Harry is a real estate man, but oughtto at the i itIotet

change the judicial branch of our The interior of each brooder house Workmen on the levee in the vicinity be listed as Santa Claus-for

government but the senate is 'likely should be thoroughly cleaned and of Bare Beach recently reported -, when it comes to givin' things away 'Pattieia
to take a lot more time to it before disinfected before new crop of he's got old White Whiskers backed '
finding a great black
many
saying yes or no. The house also chicks is put into it and before it is dow spiders, (that deadly species wi-I off the boards.i I' I:

'passed a resolution to continue the moved to new land. The house should this insect which has'come into such Two thousand years ago before the 312 S. E. ,SECOND AVENUE i

reciprocal trade agreement for an- be cleaned:. regularly and 'systemat prominence during the last few! days of college professors and pro-
other three years and it is hoped that ically. f':ssional psychologists, the Master
years. From seventy to eighty ofl I All Outside Rooms With
the senate will see fit to amend this. As soil contamination has been them found each in Teacher imparted a few truths on
were day one I Private Bath
responsible for ,the subject of salesmanship that mostof
a large percentageof certain spot, it appearing that they
Today we celebrate the birthdayof chick mortality, the poultryman were more abundant in this certain us are aware of, but mighty few COOL, CLEAN, QUIET
one of America's greatest men., should rotate his land every three or section than anywhere else. oC us have the faith and wisdom to

Abraham Lincoln. In the south of four years for chick and. pullet pro- The deadly black widow has an apply in our daily business lives.It Overlooking Biscayne. Bay

today his memory is cherished every duction.To alarming scientific has to do with bread cast upon
an the
bit as much as in the north. A gentle grow and develop normally, species being called latrodectus cognomen, las- the waters and summed' up in the Two blocks to Shops, Theatre and

,, kindly, yet forceful leader, who, baby chicks must receive a balanced setii, according to one of the U. S.I admonition "It is better to give thanto I Business Section.

had his life not been ended by an ration. Engineers who consulted an ency- receive." Harry applies these principles I

assassin's bullet, would probablydied Pullets should be separated from clopedia. Another variety, the red in his business of building RATES

of'a broken heart seeing the cockerels as soon as possible. If the back spider which is very similar is ,homes and selling lots and does it

suffering brought by war to a sec cockerels' are to be used for broil- called the latrodectum mactous and with amazing results. $1.50 Single 1

tion of the country he loved. ers, they should be kept in limited the poison of the latter variety is not I This year at the, Florida Fair,

quarters and fed a fattening ration quite so virulent being compared Harry had a booth to acquaint folks' $2.50 Double

There is reported to have been a until sold.' Growing pullets shouldbe with the venom of the cottonmouth I with the advantages of a home In 1

holdup in shipment of materials for placed on clean range, housed in moccasin.No Florida and present his "House ofj! Special Family, Weekly &

the topping on the road to the sugar range shelters, and fed properly so cases have been reported of Tomorrow". the cozy and comfor-, Monthly RatesS.

house which partially explains the they will develop into strong vigorous any of the engineers having been bit-I table for $2,000. He's built a lot of}

delay in surfacing the stretch. The, birds for egg production. \ ten as yet but the workers are 'em durin' the past year and expects; D. McCREARY, Proprietor
two bridges in the mile are scheduled -, prac-! to build many more. I
tising extreme caution in this
par- i
to be completed to such a point MOORE HAVEN TEACHER ticular vicinity. Others\ have been The Fair hadn't been goin' on very I

this week that traffic may resumeuse PUBLISHES BOOK OF POETRY found in other places along the levee long before I began hearin' a lot
of the road until the surfacingis -- of talk about this guy Davis. He was
beneath rocks but not so many. . . . .
begun. (Moore Haven Democrat) .I givin' dollar bills away just as he A.N.NN. .NNN. .N.N.N.NNNN. .N.N.N.N.N.NN. ... ..... .

Miss Elizabeth Welborn, English! I did last year But I'd told you about
Postponement of the watercade Is instructor In the local school is the I SUNDAY SCHOOL MEETING I I tbat in a previous column and while

a disappointment and it may be author of a volume of poetry en-I HELD AT EZELLE HOME : I thought it a clever stunt, I didn't Good FarmLand

that the delay will result in there titled "The Redbird Sings" which get excited about it. Then along I

J1r-' being .so ma":' boats ii? the boat has just been published by Bruce The regular meeting of the offi- came Edgar Wall with a genuine I I'I

la: n.de.: It's bett r that way thought Humphreys, Inc., of Boston. Copies I cers and teachers of the Sunday Panama hat and said "That fellow ;)

( to have a big bunch of boats were received this week by Miss I l School of the Community church was Dave gave it to me." A little later

IP, < i uly on their 'ay across the, stateto Welborn and some of her friends!i![I held Monday night at the home of I another fellow tells me that "Dave

be stopped at the Ortona locks I Dr and Mrs. J. W. E elle. The group took his own necktie off and handed

antI turned around. There would be here.Miss Welborn is one of the better I'I was entertained at a dinner preceding i it to a 'guy and told him to keep it." for Rent

some very uncomplimentary remarks known poets of Florida and although the meeting. Regular businesswas Well, that was too much for me, 'I ,

made, we imagine, and the waterway this is the first time any of her work transacted. I so I beats it down to Harry's boothto

advertising 'wouldn't be so good. has been published In book form, Those attending were: Mr. and see what was goin' on. "Listen,"

the ,daily papers of the state have : Mrs. B. E. Herring, Miss Mary Mar- I says, "is it true that you took your

NEW CANAL ROUTE carried a great deal of her work, as I kette, Miss Marion Leydig, Miss Roberta own necktie off and handed it to

well as the most popular poetry Spicer, Miss Florrine Yarborough a stranger who happened to admireit

The most significant water eventof magazines. Some of her poems ap- R. N. Smith, J. E. Beardsley, I ?" ,

this season will be the opening of peared in Florida Poets: 1930; Flor- I Mrs. C. E. Moon, Dr. and Mrs. D. J.j "Sure", he says, "and why not? Trespassers

the cross-state canal from Stuart and ida Poets and Poets Visiting Florida; Williams, I. M. Pafford and I. The man said he liked it, so I gave :r' 4' "
Fort Pierce to Fort Myers. 1935 and in the Florida Journal of I: Leydig. I: it to him. I like to see people have Will Be

Hundreds of yachts, cruisers and Education., I I what they want." .'

" even skiffs will take part in the Color and contrast are the key BBBBBBBBMHBBgBBaBKBaBBBBHBToo "Well," I says; "I hope nobody' ProsecutedClewiston

(i; completion of' flood control works notes of Miss Welborn's poetry. Her comes ,along and takes a fancy to,J
on Lake Okeechobee and the work is full of the local color of your pants! -
Late To
straightening and deepening of the the South Classify I
} and some of her best "It sure sounds screwey to me," I'' .... .
(, Caloosahatchee river from the lake poems written in
are dialect
" about ''
"Why do do such startlin'things
says. you
I
to the Gulf of Mexico. Tho St. Lucie the By'usse11 Kay
and Ini
negro
negro philosophy. j jsellin'
I ? What's that got to do with'
(, canal, one of the largest waterwaysin the volume also '
several
are
poems I
real estate and houses?
t:, Florida, also has been improved. written I I.1..a.a. > j
during her residence .m..aaa.D..m..1According
"
in I
. i "Well, he says, "Ill tell you: While
Here
really, is the
answer to any Moore Haven. I
j to 'medical science, the that fellow I gave my necktio to may
t need for a cror.s-statp. canal. It offers Born I
and educated in North Caro-, only difference between a whois house "
guy never buy a from me, he'lltell Realty And
: seven feet of navigable water in a lina Miss s
Welborn
has lived and | as nutty as a fruit cake and one as a lot of friends about it and $>

small protected boat channel which will permit taught in Florida" .for a, number of I I sane as they come, is about five cents bring 'em mound to meet me. I'll -
owners to go from Miamior years and now states that Floridais worth of iodine. tell that bet I! DevelopmentCorporation
They .us Inside-of thirty days, I can trace
Jacksonville by way of the East her home. This is her second ,year) the' only thing that, stands betweenus two sales to that $1.00 neck-tie. |

s:. Coast to Pt canal thrc it this rew route 'ts English teacher here"and she is 4oxtrenely and a padded cell is the iodine ina "Now", he continued, "I'd like:

far Petersburg and u'timately as popular with students,)) little gland in our neck known as to sell you a lot or build'you a'I;
Pensacola. ), aid Mobile. patrons, the other faculty members the / 11
I Thyroid.On house, but you don't care a hang
If there is a crying need for -in short I ,
deeper ship canal, dug to sea level al) comes in contact.everyone with whom. she that that basis, you might vassumo about what I'd like. The only thing .....:..t'"..................................... ...............................-..-..:.-r.
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, i i....NNN. ...............-............................MMNNNM. . ..NN..''z.) I to ask various questions in order to life". The bland rice flavor goes well Margie Allen, Mary Ellen Smith, Jan-I Cody said the March issue, published .d- f'il '

I learn as much about the work as with many foods of more pronounced Ice Norton, June Espenlaub, William: i February 12, and distributed immediately
:a; ::_:?: Personal Mention :!: possible and in this :way future meet- taste. For example, rice with cur: McCracken Grace Ward Nancy afterwards, will list, the '

ings probably will be conducted. Fr. ried meat or fish; with braised liv- Wright, Pat Bailey, Mary Louise: winners "so far determined" while
.; 0e NIM:M:N:N:N:":M:N:N N N:N: :N:NIN:NININ/N:LN:--:N'. Walsh! also gave a talk on and des- er; with cheese sauce. The white Thomas. I the April issue will announce the

._.1 d Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Collins were cription of Vatican City. flaky rice is a pleasing color con- The second grade is sorry to lose. others. Conditions and prizes for the

...,. !i visitors in Miami Saturday. .Attending the meeting were: Mrs trast to reds, greens, yellows, and Peggy Lawler who has moved to: new 1937 contest will be announced -

H. A. Bestor, Mrs. E. P. Mutrix, Mrs. browns In sauces, vegetables, and New Orleans. in the April number, it was tiaid. :w
,; Dr. and Mrs. D.J'. Williams were I P. G. White, Mrs. R. T. Mitchell, side dishes. Its texture makes it a Third Grade News-- II Because Florida affords some of

: visitors in Fort Myers Tuesday. Mrs. G. E. Smith, Mrs. H. J. Oglesby, good carrier for gravies and stews. I Spelling ,honor roll: Shirley Moon, the world's finest fishing, both for

Miss Jayne Harrington and Fr. F. J. There are a few rice dishes in Nora Oglesby Doris Simmons, Emily tourists and home folks alike, par
J Frank G. Hobson, of Pahokee Walsh. which the rice is cooked in stock or ,Joyce Bullen, James Cooley, James, ticular interest will center on the ;

spent Sunday as the guest of Parker in milk or tomato juice until the liquid Ricks, J. T. Sanson, Ogle Arnette, Florida fish winning in this big fish-

"fJ ,T. Wilson. COMMUNITY CHURCH is absorbed or considerably I Wilma Jean Tingle, Onida Johnson, ing derby, Cody explained. Some en-, '
-- thickened. Sometimes, as is pilau Mayme Johnson. :ormous black bass were entered in .
'1 Charles Miner and J. E. Beardsley "A Prayer Answered" will be the the rice is first browned in salt Fourth the event, as were some huge salt ,;
Grade
News-
, -"'_ were business visitors" in West Palm sermon topic for the evening serviceby pork and then cooked in hot wateror water game fish, from Florida. Field :'

1: .;:: ;' Beach Wednesday. Dr. Williams. This is the second meat broth. Chicken jambolayais Ralph Spelling'Silva honor, Elsie roll Bembry: Lewis, Blount Sher-, and Stream has been publishing num-

sermon in a series of Lenten sermons a rice dish in which the rice is erous articles lately with a Florida
wood Hall
Christine Reddish, Nicky
I Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Ironmonger prepared from the seven words from cooked in chicken stock with bits of Schiffli. angle

and son, Clark, were visitors in West the Cross.A chopped chicken through it. Creamy Fifth Grade News-
' Palm Beach Saturday afternoon. special musical has baked rice pudding is cooked from I I Tampa, Feb. 11 (FNS-An all
program We are happy to have a new mem- I
been arranged consisting of an an- the start in milk. But, for most rice I ber, Betty Jane Perez from Tamna. time attendance record of 455,914: '
combinations the rice is boiled in persons was set by the 1937 Florida
Richard Bestor returned to Gaines- them and a special quartet number Our class now has 12 members. : .
ville, Sunday after spending several which have been taken from the Eas- water until tender and in whole flaky Spelling honor roll: Barbara State Fair which closed here afteran

days here during the mid-term holi ter Cantata as especially appropriate grains. Then other materials' or Broadfoot, Inez ,Haven, Mauryne 11-day run which saw two daily

days.,. to the sermon topic for the even- sauces are' mixed with it or served Prewitt. I attendance records, school and Gas- .".
over it. parilla day, also smashed.
ing. :Sixth Grade News-
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Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hansen, of Milwaukee Everyone is cordially invited to at- The secret of cooking rice BO that We are very glad to enroll another f j
,':' Wis., spent the week-end: tend. the grains stay whole is to use lots pupil Collie Mae Mott from South

:, here with Mrs. Hansen's sister, Mrs. Tomorrow (Saturday) evening, of water-8 cups of actively boiling Bay. The sixth grade has twenty-one J. M. COUSE
,t'' W. R. Bradnack and family. the members of the choir will holda salted water to 1 of rice. Boil gently pupils now.Spelling '

practice for the ;Easter cantata. with the pan uncovered until honor roll: Dorothy Adams Counselor and Attorney at Law k:
'. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cato and daughter the grains are tender with no hard Gloria McDuffie, Pearl Bembry
', Everyone who took part.in. the ,
Hopkins
'f Betty Sue, returned to Clewiston Christmas cantata are asked ,to take center when .pressed between the Janice Brantley, Mary Mathis, Nattie Building

from Pahokee recently. They have part and to attend this practice serv- thumb and finger. Drain in a colan- Pearl Norton, Beatrice Pratt, Anne Wednesdays and Saturdays
, taken the apartment of A. W. Sias. ice. der or sieve, put hot water throughto Pafford.
9:30'
to 4:00
/t I separate the grains and remove Eleventh Grade Ne.ws-

::% Mr. and Mrs. W- H. Swan and Mr. ST. MARGARET'S CATHOLIC loose starch, cover with a clean cloth We, the eleventh grade, are hap-

I] and Mrs. Schaffer, of Rockville Center CHURCH and set over hot water at back of py to announce the enrollment of L. B. MershonAGENT

; Long Island, N. Y, called on Fr. -'--- stove or in a warm oven. The kernels Guy Cell Nelson from Arcadia. r.
: J. 'F. Walsh Saturday. will continue to swell. One :of
(Rev. Father J. F. Walsh, B). D., cup The high school pupils are very
rice, uncooked, will yield about 3 1-3 busy on the senior entitled _
play,
; Monsignor Kotheimer and Rev. Pastor.) New York Life
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of boiled rice. The rice is
cups now
1 "Still Waters". It is to be
Mass each Sunday at 8:30 given
Fathers Worth, Posefall, Zeiroff and a. m. ;
- ready to serve with meat, poultry, Insurance CompanyARCADIA
Friday night at 8 o'clock. We
Heimann, of Sandusky and Canton, except on last Sunday of month i hope
! gravy, or sauces, or to put into to have
large attendance.
; Ohio, visited Fr. J. F. Walsh at the when mass is at 10:30 a. m. a FLORIDA t' r
soups, stews, hash, baked dishes, ':'
Communion Sunday for the con-
Monday.
rectory
muffins, waffles, curries, omelets or
FIELD & STREAM TO
gregation is the first Sunday in each
other dishes. For rice patties, rice LIST PRIZE WINERS
Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Lawler and month. NORGE REFRIGERATORS
ring, and rice croquettes, boil with
children, Peggy and Bobby, left Sun- Religious instruction classes for
less water, drain but do not rinse Orlando, Feb. 11.Floridians lucky Furniture and Home Furnishings, f
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day for New Orleans where Mr. Law- all children attending public school
ler has been transferred by the U. immediately after mass on Sundays. enough to have won prizes in PHILCO RADIOS

S. Engineers. Junior (children's) choir meets Field and Stream's national fishing

-- Wednesdays 4:30 p. m. and Saturdays contest will be listed in the March Household FurnishingsInc.

Mr. and :Mrs. O. H. Scharnbergleft 9:30 a. m. at the church. School GJ\ews and April issues of the magazine,

Saturday for their home In Boston Catholic Men's Club'meets the second C. Cody, circulation manager, P'I .

Mass., after a visit with Mr. Monday in each month at tho i nounced to sportsmen here toda BELLE'GLADE.. FLORIDA

Scharnberg's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rectory at 7:30 p. m. Editor ...................__..Ethel Willis I ...

H. J. B. Scharnberg.Paul The Ladies Altar Society meets Ass't Editor Bernice O'Neal I "'

the first Wednesday 'in each monthat Sports Editor ......_LeRoy Hare I // ft h.- --t IIi',,, '__ : -_- -. _. _

Briant, of Decatur, Ga., spent the homes of the' members run Advisor ....Miss Dorothy Lockhart '

'Saturday and Sunday on a visit here. ning in alphabetical order at 3:00p. J

Mrs. Briant and son left with him m. '
Monday for their home after a visitof Convent instruction class each First Grade News- I LENT IS HERE ]
Friday at 7 Reading honor roll: Clifford B ;
several weeks with Mr. and :Mrs. p. m. ''
O. A. Jones. Mass on First Fridays at 8:00 a. ty, Harold Broderick, Carline t"f

m. -. er, Mary Kathryn Dyess, Betty .
,'fjj!, C. L. Downs was confined to Good Baptisms by appointment. Emrich, Mary Ruth Johnson, Anne GO TO CHURCH
Samaritan "Hospital in West Palm Adams Laura .
Visitors are always 'w lcome. Mae Jacobi. ,
Beach for observation from Friday Lenten Devotion: Way of the Spelling honor roll: Clifford Beat-

until Monday. :Mrs. Downs and Otto Cross and Benediction at 7:30 each ty, Mary Kathryn Dyess, Betty Lou -T:>\ Dr. D. J. Williams

Larsen visited him there:: Sunday af- Wednesday evening. Sermon and Emrich, Billie Cornette, Mary Ruth : ". .
ternoon. Benediction each Johnson, Ruby Ricks, Laura Mae 'J: "; .-> '
Sunday evening at .:,. f -; .
7:30. Mass on week day mornings at acobi.. Fr. J. F. Walsh
Mrs. J. W. Moore, :Miss Florine
7:45. Second Grade News-
Moore and Coburn Moore returned

Sunday from a ,week's visit with :Mr. Spelling honor roll: Harriet Alston .. h __ __ .. __ __. __ ___ ___ ,_. ,
.MRS. R. N. SMITH GIVES DINNERMrs. Clarence Styles, Jo Anne Crouch; ,.,.{", .. .., /
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and Mrs. James Willis Moore in New-

berry. While there they attended the
R. N. Smith
entertained
at
graduation exercises of Mr. Moore
her home on the
government reservation -
who has been attending the Univer-

sity of Florida at ,Gainesville.Mrs. Friday evening with ,a dinner .
party honoring the birthday of her /

husband and Mrs. D. J. Williams.
A. R. Broadfoot took her -'
Those enjoying the dinner were Mr. SAVINGS SAFETY DIVIDENDS
mother, Mrs. M. C. Johnson to Lee
and Mrs. M. R. Lawler
Mr. and Mrs. .
Memorial Hospital in Fort Myers .
W. F. Simpson, Mr. and Mrs. I. M.
Wednesday for treatment and on
Pafford and Dr. and Mrs. D. J. Wil
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her Barbara
Thursday .daughter, "
was taken to the same hospital for liams. ." "

an appendectomy. Mrs. Broadfoot remained MRS. LINKSWILER GIVES ,, ': ",'", ''''. ,'-' :', ,:. '.,> :.\':,i:: Record of Dividends ofClewiston

there with them. Both are ;, .1, ;
BRIDGE PARTY AT INN : ... : Home AssociationYEAR
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GIVE PARTY SATURDAY Tuesday afternoon witha bridge ',:. t '. .', RATE RATE

party at the Clewiston Inn. ::: :: PERCENT YEAR "'IPERCENT
The high score prize, a jelly dish, ,
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Alston enter- :
was won by Mrs. H. J. B. Scharn- ;, 6
tained with a party at their home CjJ I J 1928 5.5 J 1933
berg; the low score prize, a heart- ..'.'
Saturday evening honoring Miss
: a J 1929 7 J 1934 6
\ shaped box of candy, went to Miss 1 :,,- ;
tia Faustina Rogero who. is visiting her .
''. parents, Mr. and Mrs. E., J. Rogero.A Jayne Harrington and the- cut prize, .: :- .. ./ ::1930 4, J 1935 6 '
a door stop, was Mrs. W. .,
won by F.
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salad ,course and coffee were Simpson. :"" :" :''' .:'> ,:': ". ''-::' J 1931 J 4.: J 1936 6,
served to: Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Smith, \ ,::' Fi' : .
Valentine favors : 6' ,
Mr. and Mrs S. L. Crochet, Mr. and 'were given and t: :"- 'J 1932 ,','
Mrs. the tallies were Valentine shaped. : ; :;' .'
B. J. Schroeder, Mrs. Louise ;: i : r'2 :5 ,
Refreshments of salad I ; _;:
Bradley, Miss Jewel Russell, Miss sandwichesand .. .
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June Dixon of Moore Haven, A. P. coffee were served. "i : ,' :,;.. f { .";/ '
Those i ii ,,
Beery, J. H. McDonald, J. O. Alderman playing were: Mrs. W. C. : : ; ..\ ,
of LaBelle, L. E. Tomlinson and i Prewitt,' Mrs. M. M. Prewitt, Mrs. :: CALL BY THE HOME
Parker T. Wilson I C. L. Downs, Mrs. F. I. Hill, Mrs.
H. A. Bestor, Mrs. J. W.'Francis, Mrs. BUILDING OFFICE FIRST

.#f UDY CLUB HOLDS W. F. Simpson, Mrs. S. W. Houser, Invest your savings for safety ,and a good : ,' THING TOMORROW AND
Mrs. R. N. Smith, Mrs. G. E. Smith,
.: ". ,, MEETING THURSDAY Home Buildinghas paid
''a Mrs. O. F. Schiffli, Mrs. A. R. Broad- return. never TALK THINGS OVER.

:The Study Club of the Catholic foot, Mrs. F. 'M. Wright, Mrs. Maie dividends of less than 4 percent per year. I
*Altar Society met after- Wright, Mrs. F. Deane
\ Thursday Duff., Mrs. H.
noon with Mrs. B. A. Bourne inmost a J. B. Scharnberg, Mrs. R. Y. Patterson In these days of 'reduced interest on savings

interesting meeting.The Mrs., I. M, Pafford, Mrs. W. C. accounts and reduced returns on other
club expects to meet twice a Owens and Miss Jayne Harrington.
month and take up the study of Tea guests were: Mrs. F. A. Ray and forms of investment Home Building offers

books, magazine articles and lateron Mrs. Robert MacLaren. the conservative, thrifty investor the in-
current movies of the higher type

will also be included. ':..:-:..:-:..:-:..:..:-:..:..:..:..: : :..:..:.. :..:.. ..: vestment best suited to his needs. Investigate -
The guest speaker at the meetingwas Clewiston Home Building Asso-
Fr. F. J. Walsh who gave a most HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES ,

.,!, interesting talk on a book he had Weeldy from Home Demonstration ciation; whether you intend investing as CLEWISTONHOME

just read, "Tho Autobiography of Specialists, Tallahassee
little as $5.00 per month or as much as
BUILDING
G. K. Chester ton. Chesterton was
one of the better known English II:N:IIN N:N:N:N:N:I:N:1.:..:N:N:N N:N:M:N:N:M:I(M:N:N: $1,000.00 J in a lump sum, you'll find a

writers of this century and his auto- USES FOR RICE Home Building program adapted to your ASSOCIATIONPHONES .
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biography, written shortly before he --- 102-103
.died, deals with a variety of sub. With the bumper rice crop this requirements.

jects which make it most interesting I year, thrifty housewives are look-

and inspirational. Following his talk i ing about for as many ways as pos-

Fr. Walsh allowed the ladies present sible to use. the "Oriental. staff of
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BRIGHT STAR So That's Who ,

DAY Passenger (to cook on ship)- ,

/ !: Tell me, sir, are you the mate? :

BARTON Cook-I'm not. I'm the man I'.
that cooks the mate.

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/ ', MARY SCHUMANN. Two of Kind
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By Proteins in Diet
Reducing
(, .'.... '.. Ogdenelle-The boss that
r\ NE of the things overweight says
individual cannot understand is when he was 'a boy on.the farm

why he or she is not,,permitted to they had a mule that was just
Copyright by Macrae Smith Co. "WND Service eat food in proportion to their size like one of the family. I

and weight. They notice that those Shacklefitz Yes, and I know :

weighing many pounds less are per- which one it was.
CHAPTER V Continued CHAPTER. VII "You're lying, and you know it." mitted to eat as much or even more
-14- She looked sullen. She began FarsightedGamekeeper i
food. What they fail understand '
Hugh stood still. He was con- Hugh fumbled 'through the fog to again, heaping blame upon him. is that those of normal weight have (to friend who has

scious of,, something different in the street and climbed into his car. "Even if you haven't met anyone .., 'realIy'as much ac- missed'a: ..rabbit)-Why didn't you
Joan. An unwilling response tin- He drove automatically, stopped at you care for, I should think you'dbe V. tive tissue on their shoot that rabbit? '

gled through him. "Shall I crack through streets, shifted gears, understanding and sorry for me bodies as have those "I-didn't see it till it was out of ;
the ice now?" he asked calmly. rolled into his own driveway arid" if I have! Do you think we who sight." .
<< overweight.
are
Sunday Joan was standing close garage. He .shut off the engine could help' 'it? Don't you supposewe 4$ Thewhole' point is :

beside him, dangerously close. sat humped over the wheel, his struggled against, it? Tried thatffat( tissue is not Crownless ;
"Hugh." head on his arms. If death would not to see each other, hoping we'dget :t. tissue and I I.apctiye I Kings

He laughed nervously. "What's come now suddenly end over 'it? ,. And didn't ,I doesn't! have to be ,By his action, Edward was the

got into you, Jonny?" He kissed this chaotic desolation! The agony try to make you leave" this town? .... kept up, or built up, latest recruit to the ranks of seven ''

her lightly on the cheek; his arm was more terrific than any physical But you wouldn't go! i as have the active kings without crowns, now living ;
"So you care for him, Hugh repeated in '
went around her with a little pair} tissues of the body Europe. !
squeeze. Then he pushed her away. He went into the house, draggedtwo dully. such as muscle. The others are Alfonso XIII, ;
She came back with the swift suitcases from a closet.' He Her long green eyes looked at The amount of who fled Spain in 1931 to escape :

light movemen.. of a bird. Her reeled as' he, deposited them or the him with cruelty and contempt.She Dr. Barton food that should rebels; 'ex-Kaiser Wilhelm of Ger- i

smoky eyes burned with tender- bedroom floor. He sat down on the threw back her head with a really be eaten is many who, at seventy-seven, is U" '

ness. "Would I be so hard to love?" bed, shaking with weakness. Pres- little gesture- and the words came the amount the individual needs for leading the life of a country gentle-

"Of course not." ently he got up, opened a drawer of out with a passionate ringing his proper or normal weight, not man at Doom, Holland; Haile Se-

"Then why-?" the chiffonier, lifted a pile of,shirts.A stress: "Care;for" him? I love what he ,or she weighs at present lassie of Ethiopia, living with his

"Lots of reasons, Jonny. You car stopped in front of the him-love him! with many pounds of fat stored in family in England; Prajadhipok of
house; he heard light footsteps on A sword ran through him Siam in town
know them as well as I do. Be a and on the body. now a quiet Surrey ,
good girl-step back to the table. the porch. Dorrie came runningup two swords-with the agonizing who;voluntarily abdicated after a
of her words. The second point the overweight
knife thrust repeated
stairs.
the
with his ministers in 1934
dispute
Dish out the ,crackers-do something ;
individual must remember is that
." Her hair was blown a little; her She loved Cun-not him. Love. The Ferdinand-I of Bulgaria who abdi- :
hideous.He whilej all foods stimulate action of
word .
blue scarf trailed over one shoul, was i:
cated in 1918 and is now living in
She close to
stood still and the
very tissues in the
his body, there are
put arm weakly across
him. distinct der. "I must'say that was a queer a'modest German home; Amanullah -
She said in a small
his "Please-no some foods that have more stimu-
thing to do-go off without sayinga eyes. morejustnow.
of Afghanistan who, since he
voice "There
are no good rea- lating power, make the
processesand
word, she said, angry excitement
fled his royal palace in 1929 after '
sons.
But Dorrie was not finished. She tissues work faster and thus r
in her "What was the
eyes. to westernize the
He stared at her. A hollow some- went in tangential torrent of create more heat, than do other attempts coun-
on a
matter? Her voice had
in'his a raw try has resided in Italy and Abdul -
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thing beat brain like the blow "I'm sick of all foods.
edge unlike her usual tone. reproach. your
of a mallet. One. two Medjid who stepped down from
relatives and thousand cousins tell- Thus fat foods
When he did not answer, she wentto are the richest
the Turkish throne when Dictator
three crack. One two
what I've in form of food in
the dresser and picked a ing me a prize won that one gram of
three .. : He wet his lips up Mustapha Kemal took over the
their fair-haired boy-as! if I fat-butter
comb, ran it through her hair. you, cream, fat meats-will Abdul Medjid livesin
and government.
conscious of the
was suddenly "Even if'you were sick-Joan said were nothing! And you've humiliated supply 9 calories (heat units) Nice.
taste of brass in his mouth.
'
you were-why did you go off with me-yes, you have! It's whereas proteins-meat, eggs, fish

"Don't"Explain. the car? How do you suppose I your fault-yours only! I meant to .-and carb&iydrates-bread, pota-
you know? felt before Joan?" be a good wife to you intended to toes, sugar-supply only 4 caloriesfor

"I He don't turned knowHe his heavy gaze on her. She was thinking 'he was the be-but all you think of is that old each gram. Fat foods from the llJOtm' : SHeep J

paused stu- business! You understood heat
same person as before dinnergoing never standpoint therefore are more
pidl --i t
!
to carry it off as if she were than twice as valuable as proteinsand WDruetnJ Gas
She went to the kitchen cup- "Shut !" he thundered suddenly. starches .
the pffended; one. Now-even now. up carbohydrates ( )
board, and with trembling hands A vein livid his tem Presses lHi :art
That was what she had been do- was across Thus from the fuel or food stand
began to set out .
some glasses.He ing right along, making him'feel 'at ple.She point-giving energy to the, body If you want to really( GET RID OF
followed her, seized her arm. fault, because she was so horriblyat stared at him. Then threw and fuel food GAS and terrible bloating, don't expectto
storing away excess or
"What do It by just doctoring your stomach
do ? You'll haveto
you mean herself into chair and began to
fault herself. He was beginningto a as fat-the starch and fat foods with harsh Irritating'alkalies and "gas
tell me. long tearing sobs that set his tablets." Most GAS is lodged in the
understand. Everything that had cry, ,
(while valuable to the, ,thin individual stomach and upperintestine and is
She fell back from him. "Nd, I puzzled him And the under- raw nerves quivering. or the one of 'average weight) due to old poisonous matter In the \I
won't tell you." standing poisoned his soul. Grimly he emptied ''the drawers, should be cut down in those who constipated bowels that are loaded I
,
with bacteria.
ill-causing
His eyes held hers and iu their She must have seen his white throwing things to the floor then are overweight because they' store' If your constipation is of long standIng -. j I,

shining fearful depths, he read the face in the mirror for she turned crowding them into the cases. He away excess food as fat on the enormous-quantities of dangerous .('
destroying truth. suddenly. ,She saw the suitcases, snapped them shut, Ifted them and body. .j bacteria is accumulate.upset. GAS Then often your presses'digestion -\

He the the open drawers, the expressionon started out. heart and lungs, making life miserable. i
pushed open swingingdoor his face. Arrested she She flew to the door, barred it 'Proteids Don't Store Fat. You' can't eat or sleep. Your head
scarce-
to the hall. The soft chenille aches. Your back aches. Your complexion -

rug gave no sound of his footsteps.He ly breathed as she stared at him. with her go.."outspread 'arms., "Hughdon't Now while proteids-meat, eggs, breath is is foul.sallow You and are a pimply.sick, grouchy Your, i

felt as if he were a soldier going Comprehension blanched her face. fish-are the foods that repair. worn wretched unhappy person. YOUR
"What-does this ?" "Stand away, he ordered impa and make SYSTEM IS POISONED.
to meet a destined bullet. The mean new tissue, they can like- found In
tiently. 'Thousands of sufferers have
lights were dim in the living-room; When he did not speak she said wise supply energy to a great ex- Adlenka the quick scientific way,to
the card table was vacated. He in quivering low voice, "Hugh?" "Not tonight. "Hugh-don't go. tent and do not store fat. (Perhapsif rid their systems of harmful bacteria.
Tomorrow Adlerika rids you of gas and cleans
stood in the door for a moment, She caught the dresser behind "I'm fat meat fat fish, and egg yolks foul poisons out of BOTH upper and
then went back very quietly.He h 'rvith... both hands. Her tone going. were eaten to excess some fat lower bowels. Give your bowels aREAL
her with with
He looked at set face. cleansing Adlerlka. Get
leaned up against the wall of curled and lashed. Presently she "There is nOI place for me ,in this would be stored.) rid of GAS. Adlerika does not gripeis

the kitchen. His face was swept said, "You ,were spying on us!" house-haven't you told me?" This is the main reason then that -Druggists.not habit forming. At all Leading

with agony.It He gave laugh that was like a "I said wild things -." in all reducing diets the proteid

burned like acid, and it froze sob. "Do' you call it that?" "That have been in your mind. foods are not reduced; they keep

like ice. He had seen it with his "Well, now you know, what of Waiting to be said." the body cells repaired build new

own eyes. If someone had told him, it?" she flung out. "What of it? "I didn't realize-" ones, and' give energy. They pre-

he would have explained it awayto . Am I any worse than a. "You talk' about understandingwell vent to some extent''' that weak feel-

meet the desirous need of his hundred women you can name?" I didn't. I thought of you as ing that is' felt by overweights us-

soul believe in her. A hundred women. She was implying special and ing a reducing diet.
to But he had something rare, en-
seen it-Dorrie and Cun were lov- there was no such thing as chanting. My life revolved around However there is another point

virtue-fidelity. All their friendsin you-you 'knew it-I told 'ou. I about the proteid foods that is some-

ers.Joan looked at him compassionately. the same treacherous business. never saw you as you, really are- times forgotten and that is the MEN WANTED AT ONCEto

"Poor Hugh," she mur- Flimsy defense. common, vulgar and selfish. When great stimulus they give to the activity -
mured. "And you-what about you?" She you said things that disturbed me of the tissues. The very tak- train for important work, in-

was smiling scornfully. "You can't I thought it was caprice. I worked ing of the food itself raises the ener- stallation engineering servicing,

It came upon-him in black waves make me believe you're as lily hard to make more money to giveit gy,output or the amount of energy, maintenance and troubleshooting -

that this knowledge was the thinghe white as you're painted! What to you, because 'I loved you. No but some foods give greater stim- in all branches of Domestic,
had been fleeing from. He had
about that stenographer you've hadso one could have made me believe ulus than others. Commercial and Industrial
turned his face denied the
away; long? And you and Joan this thing if I hadn't, seen you in Fats and starch foods are like
to his soul. A
possibility secret getting clubby? And that El- his arms, seen your filthy caresses hard coal or wood-good heat AIR CONDiYIONDNGSound
voice had that her cold- pro-
whispered len Pendleton whom you kiss each ." He choked, turned his head ducers-and proteid foods like practical training without
had He had are
ness a reason refused -
to listen. time you see" her at your moth- aside. "Now let me go!" coal oil, kindling or coke which interfering with present employi i fj
er's? ,AndRain' (TO BE CONTINUED)
burn up fiercely, not only burning ment. Endorsed leading manu-
Finally he said in a croaking -
themselves but burning up other facturers in this fast growing field.
foggy voice, "You knew it that
Impossible Unless Air Contains fuels more quickly also.
night at Freeland Farms." Men with fair education and some

"When I cried? Yes, I was so Moisture, According to Weather ExpertWhen mechanical inclination preferred.

sorry for us, both. I hoped whenhe Vincent's Infection.A Low cost instruction; easy terms.For .

was working, things would be will it rain? What will : of cold air, migrating down from common 'infection of the mouth full details write at once, giving j

different-" make it rain? the Arctic and meeting the warm, that attacked all the armies engaged age and present employment

"How long?" To those anxious queries, certain moisture-laden air migrating up in the World war is knownas 989 ATLANTIC McCarter UTILITIES Highway .INSTITUTE NEWARKREMEDIES

"I don't know. It must have pessimistic souls are singing the an- from the Gulf. The normal thing Vincent's 'infection. It attacksthe i

started early last winterJanuary swer, in a doleful minor key: "Itain't when two air masses collide is for mucous membrane of the gums

perhaps. I wasn't sure who it gonna rain no' mo'!," Nevertheless the cooler to plow under the warmer and lining of the mouth, causing ,ul-

was until that week-the day or.two it will: It always does lifting it into the air. As it risesit ceration and decay (sloughing).

before Freelands. But I thoughtyou rain, eventually, declares Dr. Frank expands, and as it expands it These symptoms come on suddenly '

must know by this time Thone in the Kansas City Star. cools. When it 'no longer contains and are often accompanied by a err

they're so very they don't Rain is the offspring of the mar- heat enough to keep the water in metallic taste, increased flow of

care any' more." riage of contrasts. It comes when vapor state the water condenses, saliva (the digestive juice of the M
She had known about it had mouth), swelling of the glands in
yet warm, moist air meets somethingcold. first into microscopic droplets or
been able to entertain them-at The something may be a land tiny snowflakes to form clouds, then the neck a tired feeling, rise in
temperature, and mental depres-
Cun's insistence, probablycometo mass lying athwart a moist sea by coalescence of the clouddroplets -. sion.

their house, act a part "liv- wind. The higher the land the.harder into drops large enough to fall
ing for the day." Her courage was the rain, other things being equal. as rain. Some physicians believe the

beyond him. He ,took out his hand- That is why the rains of Englandand Every drop of liquid water, no symptoms are due to lack of vita- NEVER HAS THERE BEEN A REMEDY
mins and prescribe for Rheumatism like RUMO.
green vege- Three weeks'
ketchief to wipe his dripping fore- Ireland are gentle and moder- matter how tiny tends to fall tables and lemons. treatment Sl.OO. KUMO REMEDY CO.,
head. His hand trembled. He oranges 113 N. ROMAN A\'E.. CHICAGO ILL.
ate, and that is why precipitation is through the air. But the tiniest,
slumped into a kitchen chair. A Many mouth washes have been
heavier, and frequently much more forming fog or drizzle fall 'very
groan escaped him. violent as well, on such mountain slowly, and rising currents of air recommended, containing antisep- {
ics to kill the organisms $
Joan poured something in a heights as the Himalayas and the toss them up again and again, until respon- S > LARGE Sly
I sible for the destruction of the 6tOc51ZE
glass. "Here, drink this. It will top of Mauna Kea in Hawaii. they have plenty of chances to meet
mouth tissue.
do you good. You're so white." But in normal seasons we get other drops and "gang up" with diluted with equal Hydrogen parts of peroxide water

,,. He lifted it to his lips and the plenty of rain, and frequently quiet them. In the strong uprushing has proved very effective, as are

':" odor of the liquor sent a violent violent rainstorms as well, in regions winds of a forming thunderstorm, freshly prepared sodium perbolate

: and uncontrollable nausea shuddering where there are no mountainsat these drops may be carried upward solutions, both of which are recommended (tAA"'O
L' through him. He rose and all-the open sea, and the wide enough times to agglomerate into by Conrad F. Hellwege A recognized Remedy for Rheumatic

I. plunged toward the back door. lowlands of the central United the huge splashing 'globs of waterwe D. D. S.,. Philadelphia. Both prep- end Neuritis .urre,.,.. A perfect Blood

",",,_ "Sick, Joan sick going States. Why there? see shattering on windowpaneand arations clear away the gray or Purifier. Meta thin Blood Rich Mid
' Healthy. Builds Strength end .
\ out. Even in mountainless lands there earth fall membrane the odor Visor.Alw.yi
I
as they -every one yellow remove Effective Why suffer?
! In a few minutes she head his are what might be called meteoro- of them "big enough to drown I and destroy the organisms caus- _.,.,.Wc1eleJo.DRUGSTORES. .;..
l car drive away. logical mountains. They are masses frog." ing the disease.
" O Bell Syndicate.-WNU Service.

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Work and Its Reward Foreign Words *

and Phrases
WORK in every hour, paid
COMIC SECTION see only that Absit omen. (L.) May this bringno
q o OUR thou work, ,and' thou canst not .evil omen. '
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escape the reward: :whether Canaille. (F.) The rabble.
thy work, be ,fine or coarse, Dos-a-dos.!(F.) Backtoback.En : .
planting corn, or writing epics, effet. (F.) In effect; justso
so only it be honest work, doneto ; really.
thine own approbation, it

4 D I Events in the lives of Little Men I D thought shall senses earn:as no a well matter reward as how to to often the the Achates Fidus Hoc tempore.; Achates.i. e., a(L.true)(L.At)friend.this Faithful time.

In perpetuum. (L.) Forever.
defeated, you are born to victory -
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\ COULDN'T WE- I I A bad of '
GOS"N quarter an hour; an
.:, HAME BeEN BOGM AN I Now i DDVTT WANT r, I awkward or uncomfortable
: TO CATCH 'OU -rA..IN who goes round about in expe
;.. Ag.nrr-. I J;; I OFF ANS 0;. TWEClOTWES :; his requests wants, commonly, rience.
': I ; OUTSIDE-- I more than he chooses to appear Nee. (F.) Born so-and-so; i. e.,
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PJ'mAY FEBRUARY 12 193
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NEWS
THE CLEWISTON! !

EIGHT '
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----- REGULAR MEETING on all existing loans, as as : \'
OF
.:....,..:........:.:..:..:..-:...:.. ...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.. being visited by a religious speakerof Clewiston NOTICE OF SHAREHOLDERS OF CLEW- i new loans, shall be direct reduction plus the aggregate amountof :
Dr.'Mudge's ability. From ISTON HOME BUILDING ASSO- loins. Creditor obligations continued :, I
RURAL COMMON SENSE the visitors went to Everglades. CIATIOX. 7. The aggregate value of the total shall not exceed the value of the

By Spuds JohnsonMAINTENANCE While here Dr. Mudge and Dr. Fox To the shareholders of number of shares Issued by Clew- i assets of the converted association.

were the guests of Dr. and Mrs. D. J. Clewiston Home Building Associa- I
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: : : :";H- Wiilliams at the manse. tion: .... ,....- .. -.. '
Notice is hereby given that the -). :- ,.-, : ". ':i.iof' .! : :f' -'-
GOOD
OF of the shareholdersof
regular meeting
QUALITY OF TRUCK IS Kiwanis CelebratesContinued Clewiston Home Building Associ- : ;

OF GREAT IMPORTANCE; ation has been called by the Boardof :: j
Directors to be held at Adminis- ;
quality is one ( from page I) Clewiston, Floridaon -. I
:Maintenance of good tration Building, l 1'1
of the primary factors in the futur June Sells. Monday, February 15, 1937 at \\1
of the Florida truck Indust Accompanied by Miss Sells at the five o'clock in the afternoon, for the 1i'

success piano, Miss Flanagan sang three selections purpose of considering and voting J

ry.The truck growing area in our one classical and two popu-; upon the following: i'

tate is expanding rapidly; in fact, lar, which were well received by the 1. The plan of conversion approved ; 1
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Federal Home .
it has doubled since produced 1U20. To on this dis audience.Other Miami guests introducedwere I Loan Bank by the Board, pursuant to ForPrinting-, :

pose of the crops Walter Mc- the Rules and Regulations for ,i
will Mr. and Mrs.
large area so that the grower : Federal Savings and Loan Asso -- ,: "1 I
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Merrell,
R. D.
his T. O. Wilson, '
receive a reasonable: profit from : Grough, ciations. The plan of conversion '
work, it is nccefcsary to work continuously Bill Ward, Charles Albury, Warner approved by the Federal Home .:,_ :

for a larger market. Ring and Don Davis.In Loan Bank Board is printed on ; '

There are two means of enlarging order that the visitors would the reverse hereof. /:: ; '.-
markets-reducing the price of our not be separated from the local mem- 2. A petition to the Federal .iip J

and improving and maintaining bers at the dinner tables, playing Home Loan Bank Board for conversion : .1
products 0
their quality. Of the two, cards were torn in two and a half I into a Federal Savingsand :

maintaining the quality presented to each guest as they camein. Loan Association. /' \,
improving and 1 3. The election of three Directors .i : :
products have the great When these were correctly matched II .. ,
their
of paired at the I to serve for a term of three -, '. .""; ;'
est appeal to growers. To anyone in thq-couples were :years and until their succes- /,:> # -- Iirt

terested. in the truck Industry, certainly dinner table. I sors have been elected and shall I :' "V", :> : '
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this would seem the most de During the course of the eveningthe have qualified. ; ; \ II'
members added by of and c .. ,4
transaction ,
sirable method. seven new 4. The any ; ( ; "
the Experiment Sta the local club during 1936 were introduced all other business that may pro- -. ,. .' : i'l'f
Research by R. M. Bishop before the meeting, ; 1,1
has throwna : R. C. Wilson, perly come 1lii ; l'
tion and other agencies H. H. Turner, J. Grady Niblack,, or any adjournment thereof. .\ :4' ) ); 0
deal of light on this matter : \ .
good Brown and R. If you do not expect to be pres- ,: .. .
Pre-cooling of beans, 'peas, celery,, J. F. Tippey, Gideon ent at the meeting and wish to vote ; ,, <- k C '
and other vegptat1>s before ship- N. Smith. At the close of the meeting as therein indicated, please sign and I of : ': : .

ment has resulted in these products I Mr. Lummus extended a cordial return the attached proxy in the : ,ri:
sweetnessand I invitation to the Clewiston club to enclosed stamped envelope addressed I ; ;
retaining most of their > ;
flavor in *ran rortation and until attend a meeting in Miami in the to the secretary. By order of the : v,. ,''f: : :

they reach the table of the con near future in a body. Board of Directors.F. I ; .
sumer. Pre-cooliug is an important Local members and their guests DEANS DUFF, : ::: : II
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I President.W.
Dr. ,
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of handling and shipping vegetables present at the meeting were: I ./,'..> ,- ." .j
phase and Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mr. and Mrs. C. OWEN, ; .. .' .. .. .';< ", ": Ii
and more and more growers Secretary. ., ,' H >k 't- 4 I
R. M. Bishop, Mr. and Mrs. B. : :..
it. BUILDING ', .. '
are adopting I CLEWISTON HOME .
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Proper grading is another major Herring, Mr.: and Mrs. I. M. E'I ASSOCIATIONPLAN ; ,

factor in maintenance of good qual- Air. and Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mr. OF CONVERSION FROM A _. ." : : ,t/, ,
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Poorly graded products rarely ::Mrs. R. N. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. STATE CHARTERED ASSOCIA- ;
ity.
Merit
bring good prices to the grower and Royal, Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Ward TION TO A FEDERAL ,SAVINGS ,
Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Alston, Mr. and AND LOAN ASSOCIATION.
maximum satisfaction to the consumer. -
Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mr. and Mrs. H. 1. The name of the converted association -
Only high qvility, matured pro-
H. Turner, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Now- shall beCLE'W'ISTON
ducts should be shipped. Florida tomatoes FEDERAL SAVINGS
Mrs. R. C. Wilson,
ling, Mr. and
are a good example of in- AND LOAN ASSOCIATION.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Nail, Miss Marion
efficient picking, grading, and pack- 2. The association will secure
Leydig, Miss Margery Hood, Dr. D.
ing. About 25% of our tomatoes from at least ten individuals additional -
that, are shipped out never reach J. Williams, J. G. Niblack, E. E. Kelly investments amounting to
pick- J. F. Tippey, A. A. Munroe and $5000.00.
the consumer because they are
ed too green and never ripen and I IA. W. Lawrence. 3. The association has eliminatedall
rendered worth withdrawal demands and has secured -
because are
less in the many applied in putting School Board from all investing stockholders ,' I
pressure "
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holdings amount fo TenThousand '
whose .
the container. -,, '- ">..... .J
a bulge on Dollars ($10,000.00) ormore : .1.- ,
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Maintenance of quality by proper agreement that they will > See1.
handling, packing, and shipping is. (Continued From Page One) not request an repurchase by the as- ; : ,

Indeed of great importance to the to take one 'cent of the gas tax mon- sociation of more than 20% of the { ,;t'f :i : '

Florida truck grower if he wishesto ey which now goes into a fund for total value of their holdings in any / c' :- :'.

market his products profitably, the retirement of bonded indebtedness one year. I : \ f., <... .
particularly in view of the expand- of the county. Letters were also 4. Clewiston Federal Savings and ,>1'r, -'' ':";:; :, \; "
sent to Senator Arthur Gomez and will assume all the .', ; ;M.
Association
of Loan : '+ '
ing field production. i .
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to Representative E. L. Stewart ask- properties, assets, liabilities and ob- : ," "' .

ing that. they also attend the meet- ligations of Clewiston Home Build- ;> .,' ( I'

Waterway OpeningContinued ing with a view to passage of a bill ing Association All creditor obliga- t"-, J

In the Legislature to take care of tions shall continue to remain as out-I ., .: !,
of the converted -
this situation. Petitions were received standing obligations '
( from page 1)a association. _
fishing trip early next month which which had ,been circulated accord- 5. All investing shareholders without \ The JlewiftonLUBRICATES ensESYCMSTALLEASllLY
,
and after -
to law on this question
Ing
will include a visit to Warm Springsand i preference shall be given shares ,
striking off a few names of those Federal Savings and .
it may be that the :March'15 date I in Clewiston )
will fall in with his schedule. interested but .who did not live in Loan Association in an aggregate j\:, ,.., ,', ;,
the county, it was found that more paid in value equivalent to the pres- :.' :
Flood Causes Delay than enough, signers were qualified ent value of their accounts as determined -

The engineer's office at Jacksonville voters.A by the Board. i
said postponement was neces- discussion" the Bear Beach 6. The Association will cancel all

sary because the Ortona lock between school project, submitted to WPA led pledged shares of borrowing mem-
.LaBelle and Moore Haven bers by the application of amounts
discussion to hold the projectin
to
a
equivalent to the book value of such
would not be ready to 'handle as the time being due
I abeyance for Board
the ,
I shares, as determined by ..
many boats as expected on the cruise. to the fact that the WPA has changed as credits to the mortgages of said '."" F io& y

Machinery for operating the lock by the percentage of matching funds I borrowing members. After convers- i

hand, which was to have been ship- making it too great a burden on the -

ped February 1, is said to be tied sponsors at this time. Only five-dl-l !I
up in a factory under flood watersin lars worth of material per '\

the Ohio valley. Army engineers per man is permitted by the WPA

considered moving the gates by cable and if more material Is used the ? !
I
but finally decided that this methodwas sponsors must pay the extra cost. i iJ

too unreliable to risk on an l This would make the cost almost i ii

occasion as important as the official prohibitive to sponsors with a limit-

opening. Fearing that the whole ed amount of, funds for sponsoringthe I
fleet might be tied up with attend- project. o i

ant criticism of the waterway they

recommended tho postponementwhich -

Colonel North ordered yester-i IX THE CIRCUIT COURT, IX AND

day. I FOR HEXDRY COUNTY, FLORIDA I
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Except for the Oitcna lock the

waterway is completed and engineerssaid H. C. DICKERSON I I

the additional time would be Complainant, I

ample for the remaining work. Eventually VSEFFIE I

the lock will be operated by SMITH DICKERSON, i
Defendant
electricity but. this equipment will

not be installed until later. DIVORCE:
. It appearing by affidavit appended
to the sworn Bill of Complaint in
the above entitled cause that the de
High Presbyterian-- fendant Effie Smith Dickerson is a tf
non resident of the State of Florida
(Continued From Page One) that her residence Post Office address r

the fact that practically everyone and place of abode is unknownand S

present pressed forward at the con- it further appearing that thereis

clusion of the service to shake his no person within the State of

hand and express their appreciation.Dr. ,Florida service of summons on
!whom would bind the paid defend .. : J
Mudge is making an official '

visit to Florida churches and is passing ant.It ad- /
is thereupon ordered and :
up a great many of the larger I judged that the defendant be and 4lr--/( Y$
ty'
churches in favor of the smaller ones. appear to: said Dill of Complaint or !

He is one of the best known church or before. Monday, March 1st A. D I
men in America, having been elect- 1937.
ed stated clerk of his church four It is fu'tli r ordered that this no

times and serving in this capacity tics be published; once a week for ,"
four consecutive weeks in the'-Clew Y : '
since 1921. The highest honor the .
.
church bestows, that of moderatorof "iston News, 'a newspaper of general

the general assembly was confer- circulation in Hendry County, Flor- ::j
-
red upon him in 1931. In additionhe Ida.Done and ordered at LaEelle. ,. % 7ff "

is active in many interdenomin- Florida this 19th day of January A. ..

ational clerk Dr.organizations.Mudge is the As head stated of a D.(SEAL 1937.) WILLIAM T. HULL. t40D s tiE fASflu j UPPER CYLINDER and VALVES

church of 1,970,000 communicant [ Clerk Circuit Court. jKAt ,
I 1LAtt INCREASES\ POWER SAVES WEP..oGE .
.
members living in every: state in the LOUIS O. GRAVELY aw ,

Union and many foreign lands. .Solicitor for ;Complainant.Jan. 1 ..,...
Clewiston is indeed fortunate in 22-29, Feb. 5-12-19. 1937.
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