The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00634
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: June 11, 1937
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
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System ID: UF00028415:00634
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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WOMAN GIVEN 60 New Minister Assigned I WOMAN IS KILLED i A. C. L. Offers Series LOCAL LOAN ASS'N ',::1

To Community ChurchDr. Of Vacation Trips


I ; W. G. Kennedy of Fort My- Believing that the best possibleuse ABANKSUPERVISIONi
,_ DRUNKEN DRIVE ers has announced that Rev. C. N. ON LABELLE ROAD I of one's leisure time is to stim-
Taylor of Lake Worth has been assigned ulate knowledge, and learn by see-
-- as minister of the Clewiston Ing more of our country and Its ...>S

Mrs. Dixie Benzin, who was plac- Community Church. Rev. Taylor has Mrs. T. B. Carnage 22, of Way- great world famous cities, W. W. Friday, June fourth, the Clewis- '
ed in jail by Sheriff H. L. Delaney been serving as minister of the Lako cross, Ga., was almost Instantly Perry announces that the Atlantic ton Home Building Association be- ': '
following the accident which resulted -I Worth Presbyterian Church, and Dr. killed and her husband received I Coast Line has after exhaustive came the Clewiston Federal Savings ,,
in the death of 4 year old Ray- Kennedy feels_ that he will serve ,the 1 minor injuries when the car' drivenby I study arranged three perfectly pack- and Loan Association, operating tinder -t''
mond Eubanks last Thursday, plead needs of the local church most ably. Mr. Gamage, overturned on the I aged Individual Economical Vaca- a charter issued by the Federal :'
guilty to a charge of driving while It is hoped that Rev. Taylor will old Moore Haven-LaBelle road a I tion trips; namely to Washington, Home Loan Bank Board. This an- ,,'.1
drunk and was sentenced by County arrive in Clewiston to take over his couple of miles west of the Gary I New York, and Atlantic City. Begin- nouncen ent was made by F. D. Duff, :;::
Judge William Maddox to serve 60 new charge in time for a dedicatory Carlton ranch and about four miles ning June 1st and extending thruoutthe president of the association, who re- .:;
days in the LaBelle jail. service for Christian Endeavor delegates east of LaBelle. The accident occur- summer each trip will be sold ported that the Board in Washington ::':
State Attorney Roy D. Stubbs investigated -! on June 20th. No definite date red about nine o'clock Saturday daily from Moore Haven. All major had approved plans initiated by -
the accident the fOlloW-I''I has been set for his arrival however. night as the couple were returningto expenses: including round-trip rail- the shareholders some weeks ago to ,'::1
ing day and decided that I Rev. Taylor and his wife have LaBelle after spending the day at road tickets good in air-conditioned Federalize the association, which has ":v
dente was insufficient for a charge just been in attendance at the Gen- Citrus Center. equipment; room ,with bath at first been a factor In the thrift and home j
of manslaughter.. Sheriff Delaney eral Conference of the Presbyterian Mr. Gamage is a brother ofMrs. I class hotels; taxi transfer between financing field here for ten years. '",.:?:
then filed charges of driving while Church in Cleveland, Ohio. I. D. Ley- A. S. Mowry and it was to visit Mr. station and hotel and attractive Every person: who invests in the .
intoxicated against Mrs. Benzin and dig, senior elder of the, local church,' and Mrs. Mowry, who reside on the sight-seeing tours. association will automatically be '
she entered a plea of guilty. who was one of the delegates to the MacWilliams quarterboat at Citrus Mr Perry pointed out that these protected 'against loss of his accountup .,:i
Mrs. Benzin was ,, driving the car conference has met them and is delighted Center, that the couple had come are the only vacation trips sold from to $5,000 by the Federal Savings ',':
in which the boy and his mother with the choice of Dr. Ken- to Citrus Center on Saturday. Mr. the southeast by rail which- include and Loan Insurance Corporation. .a
were riding. The car overturned,' the nedy for the local church. Gamage had been working in St. sightseeing trips. Hotels and sight- The Federalized associatirja f will enjoy I i' :
boy was thrown out and died two The pulpit of the church has been Petersburg for several weeks while seeing companies have made 'sub- other advantages. These include !
hours later from a skull fracture, vacant. since the resignation of Dr. his wife was visiting in Lakeland.He (Continue on Page 8 ) Federal supervision and examin- ',
and multiple other fractures and in- D. J. Williams the last of April. had rented a car for the week- ation, membership in the Federal '

: juries. end, driven through Lakeland to get Home Loan Bank System, avail-
Investigation brought out that the his wife and together they had come STEWART IS PLEASED ability of Federal subscription to its
mother and child had accepted SPECIAL SEPTEMBER down for a week-end visit. With :Mr. share accounts for the purpose of
Benzin's invitation to go riding,1\1rs'l and :Mrs. :Mowry they were planningto expanding its loan funds, in addi-
had been to Lake Harbor, 10 miles spend Sunday at Fort :Myers WITH LEGISLATIONElbert tion to the Federal approval as to
away. After drinking beer at Lake ELECTION TO BE HELDA Beach and were to have spent the solvency, policies and management '
Harbor, Mrs. Benzin drove home at night in LaBelle. which are pre-requisite to conversion ;;

an excessive ,rate of speed, estimated They had left Citrus' Center at L. Stewart, Hendry 'county to Federal charter.
by several as 70 miles an hour.A bill providing for a special 8:25 Saturday evening and the driver representative, returned this week President Duff explained that all
nail caused a flat tire, and Mrs. election to be held in September in although he was unable to give from Tallahassee following the closeof I Federal associations are required to
Benzin was unable to control It. Hendry county and that portion of a coherent account of the accident I the 1937 legislative session with qualify for insurance accounts. In-

It careened wildly and finally over- Glades county known: as North La- intimated that, being unfamiliar I the conviction that the session had surance, he emphasized provides
turned. The boy was alone on the Belle to decide whether North ,La- with the road he had come upon the been a most constructive one, and safety for every shareholder, while
back seat and was thrown 'from the Belle shall be permitted to leave curve rather unexpectedly and was that the state had gained more fromit membership in the Federal Home
car. His body was terribly mangledand Glades county and become a portionof unable to make the turn. The car than from any: session during the Loan Bank of 'Winston-Salem af-
he died two hours later. Hendry county was passed by the plunged down a dim, unmarked trail, past eight years. Mr. Stewart cited fords rediscount privileges which as-
Mrs. Benzin was placed in jail by legislature during its closing days. cut out through a growth of scrub the ample provision for schools, and sure a central reservoir of credit for
Sheriff Delaney shortly ,afterwards. The bill was sponsored by Representatives oak and overturned in a clump of the, appropriation of three and a half the normal functioning of a lending
Filing of charges was withheld until Elbert L. Stewart of Hen- palmettoes. :Mrs. Gamage was I million for the state's aged and unfortunate institution of this type, and the
after the state;attorney's investigation dry county and J. H. Peeples of thrown clear of the car before It I citizens, the strengthening sound expansion of its volume of .
was complete. When he failedto Glades county, at the request of the overturned. Her neck was broken of the workmen's compensation law loans to the home-owner borrowers.
file charges the sheriff charged citizens of North LaBelle. and there were many other severe I as major accomplishments of the leg- Preparatory to approval for a Fed-

her with drunken driving. Upon her There are approximately 100 families -" bruises and lacerations. Mr. islature."I eral charter, insurance of accountsand
R:: plea of guilty ,Judge Maddox sent- living in North LaBelle,, just age had a few minor cuts Gam-I consider the 1937 legislature by membership in the Federal Home '1
enced her to pay a fine of $100 and across the river from LaBelle pro- large' bruise on the ,head. far the most constructive'session held Loan Bank, the local association
serve thirty days, or to serve sixty per. North LaBelle Is 'in Glades The accident was discovered by!during the past eight years," stated was thoroughly examined as to the
days. She was: unable to pay the fine county'' and the remainder of the Mrs. Cary Carlton on her way to I Mr. Stewart. "Members were faced quality of its assets, and the sound-
and has begun serving her sixty town is in Hendry county] The peculiar LaBelle. She notified authorities with such serious problems' as providing (Continued on :rage:: 8 )

days. fact of its location has work: there who in turn called Sheriff' J. for old age pensions and the
ed a hardship on the North LaBelle J. Wiggins and County Judge L .E. raising of additional revenue for Two Assistant State
Author Here In QuestOf residents. All of their business trans- Guess who left hereabout, ten o'clockto chools-in both of which I was vitally -

actions, except those pertaining to make an investigation. It was described interested. I am very happy to Attorneys Are Named '
Material For Book their government, take place in La- by Judge Guess as an unavoidable realize that the state appropriated
Belle; their interests are identical accident. three and one half million dollarsfor
with those of LaBelle citizens, and The body was taken to Fort My- the care of old people, the unfortunate State Attorney Roy D. Stubbs of
Frank Parker Stockbridge, author I they feel that their governmental affairs ers by ,the ambulance of the Law- children and the deaf and the 12th judicial circuit has two new
I with John H. Perry of "Florida In should be handled in the coun- rence Powell Funeral Home of, that blind. After a hard fought battle the assistants in Sumter Leitner and W.

The Making", visited the Lake Okee-I ty seat adjacent to their homes city. It is understood that the body one cent gasoline tax that has always M. Smiley, both of Arcadia. Mr.
rather than one 25 miles or more was shipped to Waycross for buria.1. gone to the state's general rev- Smiley was appointed last week and
chobee section Thursday of last
away. enue fund was diverted and one half Mr. Leitner was confirmed just be-
'j week while on a tour of the state The greatest difficulty encount- of it now goes to the school fund for fore the senate adjourned its ses-

gathering data for a new book. ered by the North LaBelle citizens FIRST SCHOOL the payment of teachers and bus sion.
, "Florida In The Making" appeared has been that of schooling their drivers. This additional money gives Dewey Dye of Bradenton, former'
the schools eleven million eight hundred assistant for two years, was never
in 1927'' and is credited with haying children. The community is hardly
'I contributed to the Florida' boom.' large enough to justify, a school of I ANNUALS HEREThe thousand dollars, which is con- confirmed by the senate.At .
its own when it is only a mile to sidered ample." i Stubbs' own suggestion
Mr. Stockbridge's new volume is
introduced to one
the Hendry county high and elementary "The workmen's compensation law)j were
} to be called "So This Is Florida". He I the assistants, as Mr. Stubbs believed -
" schools at LaBelle. How- 1937 "Sugar Bowl", first annual was re-enacted with broader protection -
has just come down from his homein I all the
that one assistant was
ever, the law requires that each ever published by the Clewiston for the workingman and with
New York for a tour of the state. district should
state attorney for this
county shall school its own children School Is off no hardship upon the employer.
I I High the press and I
:Mr. Perry, who will also as
i have. The bill failed of passage
and these citizens have gone was delivered a few days ago The Most important'of the .local leg-
ate with him the
in new cOllabor-1 amended to
through the yearly of the bill which brought I did a similar one pro-
struggle I book is indeed a creditable one fora islation was the
companied him on most of abolition of both assist-
vide for the
two counties to the financial addition of
adjust small school and spe'axs well for Hendry county the one
The authors say that the twelve I Ir
years which have intervened since I remuneration which Glades county the initiative and energy of the stu- and a half sections of land, in which ants.
should make to Hendry county for dents and their faculty advisors. North LaBelle is located. This bill
"Florida In The Making" appeared,
permitting these Glades county in accordance with the wishesof Takes Oath
in their belief have furnished an The book is published by the class was Gomez
abundance of material for the new children to attend the LaBelle officers, with Principal B. E. Her- the citizens residing in the area
i I, book, which will tell the world what school. The past few years the two ring and Mrs. G. B. Thomas, faculty and of the two counties affected- As' Circuit Judge
boards: have reached an amicable ad- and Glades.Mr. .
the Florida of today actually is. advisors. Bob Patterson, Gladys Willis -
Mr. Stockbridge visited the section justment of the matter, but in pre- Bill Owen and Dick Patterson Stewart stated, In regard to
I from Port Mayacca to Clewiston, vious years bitter feeling and real composed the editorial staff. this law, "Hendry county through Arthur Gomez, of Key West, resigned -

and inspected local properties of the hardship has resulted from the situ Bound in blue cover paper printed -\local legislation will acquire one anda Saturday following the closeof
Everglades sugar industry here. He in gold lettering the book con- half sections of land from Glades the legislative session, as State
j was accompanied on this trip by The citizens of the affected areas tains 41 pages of pictures and ,art- county, and I welcome North La-I Senator from the 24th district and
' Sheriff W., H. Lawrence of West seem almost unanimous in desiringthe icles and 12 pages of advertisements. Belle with about one hundred fam- of
Palm Beach. change and only the election requirements The book is dedicated to Clarence R. ilies of good people into Hendry took the oath of office as judge I
remain to be fulfilled be- Bitting, president of the United county."I the eleventh judicial circuit. The
MISS LEWIS IN ACCIDENT \ fore the county is enriched by the States Sugar Corporation whose picture spent every effort to consci- oath was administered by Cary' D. I
I addition of 1 1-2 sections of land and
entiously represent the county .
EN ROUTE HERE FOR VISIT appears on the dedication page Landis, attorney general.He
I and 100 families. sincerely hope that by such efforts
with the lines "To Clarence R. Bit- was appointed by Governor
ting, because of his interest in Clew- I contributed to some extent in what-
Miss Kathleen Lewis, of Tampa, Kiwanis Club Swells iston and his unfailing generosity ever good was accomplished. The Cone to fill the vacancy in the -

:, I who is visiting her sister, Mrs. W. toward our school, we gratefully session was very hard, and I believe county resident judgeship of that
W. Perry here, was in an automobile Christian Endeavor FundThe dedicate this, our first annual." that every member left Tallahassee circuit created by the death of Jef-
f accident en route to Clewistonbut The foreword, which gives a brief completely tired out. I am glad to ferson B. Brown. His appointmentwas
escaped without injury. history of the school's development, be back home, have about rested confirmed several days 'ago by
,, Miss Lewis was driving from Fort Sunday School class of Mrs. is followed ,by pictures of the ,staff, and will be glad to see my friendsat the senate, but he served out this,
Myers to LaBelle on a wet pavement J. G.. Niblack served the dinner for faculty, seniors and other classes any time." session as senator before resigningto
when her car skidded and overturned. I the Clewiston Kiwanis Club Wed- and feature pictures. The photography take the office of judge.
The car was very badly damaged, nesday evening and played Bingo and printing are unusually fine,
but neither Miss Lewis nor the small and other games with Kiwanians af- and present most attractively the and Gladys Willis; Most conceitedEd PRINTER'S BILL PASSES
boy with her were injured. ter their business meeting to swell material over which the students labored Clark and Mildred Ward; Most
the fund to send Christian Endeavor so faithfully and with good re- personality, Owen Winn and Martha Tallahassee, June 10 (FNS-
DA1DIRECTORS MEET members to conference the last of sults. Nell Alston. Closing days of the legislature saw
this month. "School Notables" is a page deserving The annuals sell for $1.00 each passage of the bill to exempt job
Directors of the First Bank of The meeting was held at the of special mention. It gives and the supply is already almost exhausted printers from payment of the gross
Clewiston held their regular meeting manse, and the Kiwanians were, the results of a school election: Most receipts' tax on retail sales.
in the bank here Wednesday ev- served a bountiful meal. Bingo and handsome, Jack Moorman; Most The measure was introduced and
ening. Attending were C. V. Park- other games were played afterwards, beautiful, Bernice Guthrie; Most Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Sias are spend- pushed through the legislature by
Inson, E. L. Stewart, R E. Kurtz, providing entertainment while adding popular, Leroy Hare and Christine: ing this week' in West Palm Beach newspaper editors who were .mem-

C. L, Downs and J. S. Cottrell bits of money to the C. E. fund. Bell; Most Intellectual, Bill Owen on vacation. .1\ -. __ .. "..__ bers of the senate and house.I' .







Was 'Not ColumbusThere Somehow the Proverb
Your Job .
has been considerable Sounded a Bit Off ..
G DO YOU realize that your misunderstanding regarding the
job is the most important
real name of the celebrated navi- He had
only recently joined the
affair in the world, just becauseit
gator. It is definitely known
ranks 'of
politicians, and he was
II is' your job? The way you among' historians' that his true '
anxious that his first speech to his
look at your job makes all the "
0. not This
name was "Columbus.
prospective constituents should bea
wv difference to your career. Do was only an assumed name, whichhe
o..o great success, says London An-
regard it only as' a
you money- took to give him more influence swers.
making stunt? Or do you consider -
among the seamen of his time. He spoke for a long time, warn-
a position to be proudof
By Edward W. Pickard ? The name "Columbus" con- ing his hearers of the dangers of
veyed the fact that he was asso- war and the importance of keep-
If you put your heart and
Western NcujpapCT Union ciated with the strongest of all sea ing a large army. Wishing to fin-
,soul into, your effort, you are
bound to make good and will pirates of his day, who sailed under ish with some quotation, he
ilar orders to be sent to all dove and of the about lock-
Germany and Loyalist :were wake up one fine morning to a flag depicting a thought proverb
other central bpdies and state fed- was called "Columbo." '(Latin: ing the stable door. But he wanted -
Near War discover that you are one of the
Spain Come erations. The council also orderedthe Columba, a' dove.)' The 'use of i. to be a bit more original.
The world ,
indispensables. respects
MOST of the ingredients of collection of a war chest, all because it cannot- this' name was 'virtually a guar- Suddenly, he, had a brain-wave.
good European war were members to pay two cents 'a month you : antee' of safety on the seas. "Ladies and gentlemen," he

tossed into the pot by loyalist Spain instead of one cent for the national get along Rhodes.without you.Geoffrey -_ Columbus himself never revealed cried, "don't I beg of youdon'twait

and Germany, but it seemed likely federation.The why ,he used it. till your house catches fire
the statesmen of C. I. O. replied with an- before calling the fire brigade."

4: England, Franceand nouncement of a drive intended to

ii': Jfi 1 other countries penetrate every industry which has Poe's Tale of Lofoten Islands Like
:% .4'4 would be able to no organization or where existing Won and Lost

.. ''ti prevent the lightingof unions "are not taking care of their Twain's Death, Greatly Exaggerated Among the great American for-

: ,;F t:" a fire beneath the members." An impending ,contest .. tunes that have either been won

'4 1'> .jwr pot. To start with, between the two factions is for control -' or lost in an amazingly short time 'tare
Henningsvaer, Norway. The to 50,000 fishermen, gather in the
> two Spanish the maritime workers. $110,000,000 which WilliamH.
i ,
Lofoten Islands at ,last of the islands :
& are living ports as. many as
%, p 1 a n e s" ,.droppedi' Vanderbilt made between 1677
>; down the reputation Edgar Allen 1,000 boats tying in at Henningsvaer -
:, }/ bombs on the Neville Chamberlain and 1885, and the $130,000,000
Poe them when he located alone. Lines sometimes _
: gave a I
.tt .
: > German. battleshipDeutschland which J. Ogden Armour lost in 19
"' .
'ly w New British Premier the fabulous Maelstrom whirl- mile with
a long, as many as 1,500 weeks
\g1: fWJ killing shortly after the World
> 23 men and wound- STANLEY BALDWIN, prime min, pool a mile,'in diameter, off their hooks on them, as well'as nets are war.-Collier's Weekly.

Adolf Hitler ing 83. The German Great Britain, enter shores. used oy the fishermen, whose total

vessel participating in the interna- tained the king and queen at dinner ,Poe's vivid description of it in catch in codfish alone runs as high

tional ,naval patrol, was lying: off and then retired from his high of- "A Descent into the Maelstrom" as 275,700 tons. Odd Trust Fund

Ibiza island, one of the Balearics fice. He is succeeded as head of the made timid travelers avoid the islands When large ",shoals of, cod are One of'the oddest trust funds in

under rebel control. It replied to government by Neville Chamberlain, for years, but then artists located,their,,movement is reported this country was 'established by a

the attack with anti-airplane guns, who has been chancellor of the exchequer ,began coming here to paint the by telegraph so that sailing Cleveland millionaire a short time

and the claim of the Valencia gov- and a few other changesin scenery and the fishing ships, and, ships may be towed tQ'the'grounds ,ago. This fund, of $20,000, is to

ernment was, that the, vessel was the cabinet were made. travelers are now following in' by' steamers. Once caught, the provide for the burial of the man
the first to fire. Mr.' Baldwin is to become Earl their wake. cod are cleaned and salted, then and his wife on the moon as soon

Nazi Germany was tremendously Baldwin of Bewdley- and sit in the The spring month: are' indeeda either hung ,on rough scaffolds or as man-piloted'rockets' are able to

t aroused by the incident. and Reichs- house of peers. busy time here. Some' 40,000 laid flat on the rocks to dry. make the 233,000-mile journey.

fuehrer Hitler and all other: promi-

nent government leaders gatheredat : Goebbels'Makes Fierce

once in Berlin. Immediate, revenge Attack on Catholics
was demanded by all Nazis,
so the pocket battleship Admiral PAUL JOSEPH GOEBBELS, Nazi
of propaganda, in a
Scheer and four destroyers'shelled
speech at, Berlin that was widely
Almeria, southern Spanish loyalist
twen- broadcast by radio, replied to the
port, without warning, killing
strictures of Cardinal Mundelein of
; ty or more citizens and 'destroyingmany '
houses. Coastal batteries replied Chicago with, a fierce tirade against

probably, without, effect, and the; Roman Catholic church. He' reiterated -

after 90 minutes of firing the Ger- the ,charges of gross, ,immorality -
against priests and monks
man vessels departed. e a I e
who ,have been tried or imprisonedin
announced it would '
Germany no Germany; and charged'that leaders -
!, in the interna- '
longer participate 1
of the church had done nothingto
tional patrol of Spanish coasts 'until .
remedy' the'alleged conditions.
;, it could be assured such incidents

:"< would as the not bombing be repeated of the Deutschland; and Italy Duke of Windsor Will YOU will know the minute you see 'patented, process of Gum-Dipping gives

announced it also had withdrawn' Get $250,000: a Year tire why car owners everywherecall greater protection against blowouts andis

,. from the international committee EDWARD, duke of' Windsor, and it the greatest tire, ever made to ,sellat used only in Firestone Tires.See .,
,: and firmly supported Hitler., will not 'have to won-
The Valencia government asserted der'',where the next meal is coming these low prices. The deeper,.wider, your nearby Firestone Dealer or l

/' the Deutschland had no business ''from- for King George has ar- flatter non-skid tread made 'of tough, Firestone Auto Supply and Service Store
being at Ibiza. It also charged that Y.d that' his' '
i, an Italian submarine launched a torpedo brother shall receive long wearing rubber' will give you and join the Firestone Save a Life

p that sank the,3,946-ton Spanish a a pension of $250- protection 'against dangerous, skidding., Campaign today by equipping your car
f liner' Ciudad de Barcelona '000 a practically -
passenger -
37 miles northeast of Barce- for life. .The But tires cannot be judged on tread 'with a set of new Firestone Standard.

k; lona. It was" declared ,50 members ,money will come alone. Under the tread of Firestone, Tires.

of the crew were drowned and. a from the crown revenues ,
Standard 'Tire'are two extra layers of
r and there- :
number of others injured. y<<:.A ,
for the, consent of Gum-Dipped cords. This Firestone

KF ', Five Killed, Many' Hurt in the government was patented construction 'feature binds the
i > necessary, This was roo sA i:
L t' Steel Strike' Battle granted, and Sir tread and cord body into one inseparable OM LOW INITIAL COST / '' YOU SAVEBECAUSE

t URGED on by ,C. I. O. organizers Walter T. Moncton, unit. Every. cotton fiber in every cord in I TWO

., agitators, a mob of Dukeof' attorney general for EXTRA LAYERS
: some 1,500 steel strikers and their the duchy of Corn- every ply is saturated and coated with 'OF GUM-DIPPED

sympathizers undertook to invade wall, flew' to the Chateau de Cande liquid ,rubber which counteractsthe 0/ CORDS TIRE MAKE MUCH THE

the Republic Steel plant in South 'with'the papers'for the duke to sign.It pure Q,4Zl STRONGER
i--;', Chicago and drive out the loyal em- was'' believed the settlement in- internal friction and heat that ;

.. ployees. The rioters wemet on cluded the 'transfer to Edward of, ordinarily destroy tire life.This Firestone, II
:' company property by 150 city po- part 'of the revenues allotted to r w YOU SAVE
;, licemen and warned back / ff BECAUSE THEDON'T
to turn Princess Elizabeth of i
daughter King
but they replied with a shower of
George VI, and heiress presumptiveto .: BODY GIVES
missiles. The police first,used teargas ,rl Protect youriclf and your family o// I
I i : the throne, from the duchy of Cornwall ; from the danger of driving on thin % // p 1 sy' ; GREATESTBLOWOUT
but when the strikers began until she comes of age or,mar i '' worn brea which may, cause a .
shooting they opened fire in earnest ries. ,jJ serious accident. i PROTECTION

= and a desperate battle ensued. Four DO YOU KNOW
In another respect the duke has I
::. men were killed and nearly a hundred + THAT last year highwa> accidents I
lost out. The last
act of the .Baldwin cost the live* ofnorc than 38,000 'fir a'.r'1o1fi
I ? including 26 officers, were
,. cabinet was to ,have the king men women and children YOU SAVEBECAUSE STANDARD
; 'hurt. Two days before the police' ,announce in the London Gazette that Section of smooth a Section of new THAT a million more were ,WIDER FLATTER THE FOR PASSENGER CARS
:f.', had dispersed a crowd that sought tire-ubicb rirestoneTtre. injured
Windsor was "entitled to hold and is worn more susceptible Noteprotection THAT more than 40,000 of these TREAD GIVES 4.50.21.......... $9.05
'"; ,: to close the steel, plant, and later a enjoy for himself the title skid- deaths and injuries were caused LONGER NONSKID .
:, only to punctures against MILEAGE AND 4.75-19. ...... 9.55 e
': : fatal riot developed from a me'eting of blowouts dingpunctures directly by punctures, blowouts
style or attribute royal PREVENTSSKIDDING
highnessso and skidding and blowouts and skidding due to unsafe tires;
f'!,,: "held to protest that action. Mayor however, that his wife and descendants 5.50.17.......... 12.So
F Kelly of the '
Chicago upheld if any shall not hold the % 6.Oa16..13.95
: course pursued by the police and he r
said title attribute.
style"or .
and the ._ p '_ v reton
police commissioner said As one step in settling the duke's _
the situation SENTINELYou
could be
handled with- official status, King George has be-

:,' out Authorities the 'aId of blamed the National Communist Guard. stowed 'on Edward a special ban-. SAVE yourselfand your'' family' from dangerous accidents 4.50-21 4.40.21.$5.65......... 6.35

I- for ner as'a knight of the Most Noble because Firestone patented construction features give 4.75.19.......... 6.70
: agitators the riot. Order of the Garter. greatest bowout.protection and safety.from skidding. 5.00.19.. ........ 7.20
l Loyal workers in Republic Steel you 5.25-18 8.00
r:- plants at Warren and Youngstown, Yflll SAVE'because? Firestone Standard Tires give you low 6.00-16: :::.:::::: 9.75
Ohio George F. Baker, Rich Banker,
were besieged by strikers and cost and lower cost per mile.
:' were supplied with food with diffi- Dies on Yacht at Honolulu' fircstoncCOURIER

:' culty. At first food was mailed'' to \ b y. buying now as tire prices are advancing.The .
'j them, but the government refused GEORGE First F. BAKER National, chairman bank of Y' d S"UE price of crude rubber has gone up 110% 4.40.21.$5.43

: to guard mail trucks ,in Warren New'York and reputedly one of'thewealthiest and cotton more than 25% during the, past 4.50.21. ... .. .. .. 6.03

: which the pickets stopped, and the men in the United States, two years. BUY NOW AND SAVE. OTHER SIZES PROPORTIONATELY LOWe
acting postmaster there said United
died aboard 'his yacht in Honolulu'
States District Attorney Freed at
harbor, Hawaiian islands, of peri-
Cleveland had authorized him to re. a e
'I tonitis. He became ill
fuse packages of food intended for as yacht,
delivery through the picket lines. carrying a party 'of his friends, was

The Republic Steel was continu- heading toward Honolulu on the way

ing to operate, but the Inland Steel from Fiji. An operation was per"
L' and the Youngstown Sheet'and Tube formed at sea but his life could, '
not be saved. Mr.> Baker ;
corporations, the two other companies was fifty-

against which the S. W. O. Chad nine years old. His father:! George "">'.' '1"}':;

declared strikes, had closed F. Baker, one of the greatest figures, D BICYCLES, 7 TWIN HORNS 'c/ BATTERIES a SEAT COVERS
down their plants. in the financial world, died six Strea ''inCd noelfot haw s' Preston? AtkAbiotOn > comfoE "eep cool,clean and _

years ago, girls range..; AUTO RADIO .UQlIl1er c a.o.i'ht
Green Ordered to Press ; ? 0 Snith,{ull .. "Chaeireru" eg atttacrive
The sensation of dotlrw or
hGu I ft n-
War Golden Gloves Tourney balloon ure Stronger 1937 with 6 all- Pries
Against, the C: I. O. motors Coupe
52395' and y'metal tubes, 6* mrr ,
THEclosed,,, of L. executive coun-' Results in a Tie i trumpets.. Built-m dynamic speaker.W SPARK PLUGS C 69
its conference eight amateur 's, relay Assembled, Use Firestone '
in Cin- EUROPE'S boxing toned and ready to ;k up
cinnati with the heads of affiliated from Italy, Germany r install.. Includes beiier P'UB motor for Coacher S

unions, after directing 'President and Poland, battled with the / Hnd, performance. o ns

Green to push vigorously the cam- eight best of the Chicago area in the Cult Stilt Dud Minitlati L'SC 69

paign against Lewis and his C. I. O. Golden Gloves tourney in Chicago,' ..'+' ": <<
First steps were to order the Chi- and each side won four matches.
t cago and New York labor federa- More than 21,000 persons saw the THOUSANDS OF OTHER ITEMS TO CHOOSE FROM

tions to expel all unions affiliated fights. The net receipts of the tour-
1 l with the Lewis organization. Sim- nament go to charity. Listen to the Voice of KreiioM featuring Margaret Sj. Monday owing over Nationwide/V. B. C.Red NefuorkTHE



IMPROVED Foreign Words
r UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL tucIi Character and Friendship and PhrasesVous :THE: CHEERFUL CHERUB

CHARACTER forms friend- .
'0 ar'in'o form
B Some color
SUNDAY character. Friendship is basedon etes bien innocent de gorgeous
1 [Lesson something shared together, croire a pareils contes. (F.) You when I'musually sad
and so it comes about that are very simple to believe such
By REV. HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST.Dean friendship which could be the stories. Can dispelmy
of the Moody Bible Instituteof
Chicago. most beautiful thing in life, Laissez moi. : (F.) Leave me gloom.
Western Newspaper Union. could also be one of the most alone.
about A blue] bowl filled I
dangerous. It was by our Les hautes et les bas de la vie.
13 friendship more than by any- (F.) The ups and downs of life. with oranes
Lesson for June Deporting Alien Criminals. thing else that we ascended the Vos bontes resteront a jamais ...
SANTA MONICA, CALIF. ladder of life, rung by rung gravees dans nos coeurs. (F.) Is just like, t
t THE BROTHERLY LOVE OFf it be lovely if the from earth even to Heaven. Your kindness will remain forever MUSK in

f JUDAH. other states, not, to mention the When our friendships were engraved on our hearts.
''. followedthe based on the best in us, that Le tonnerre gronde. (F.) The' 'b, room.11"ecN1.
441834. federal
f' TEXT-Genesis government,
gave us the opportunity ,to gain thunder rumbles.
GOLDEN TEXT-Let brotherly love con i
set the .
example governor
tinue. Hebrews 13:1.: the victory over what was II a fait une horrible faute. (F.)
PRIMARY TOPIC Benjamin's Big of New York,? worst. -, Dr. Temple, Arch- He has made a terrible mistake.

Brother.JUNIOR TOPIC-BIg Brothers. He commutes the sentences of for- bishop of York. Qui ne hasarde rien n'a rien.F. .

INTERMEDIATE TOPIC-Loving as a eign-born, long-term convicts so ( .) Nothing venture nothing win. WNU Service.
Brother. they may be eligiblefor
Self-Sacrifice in the Family.
fundamental unit of societyis sin some more, ,; 4
the family. It is of more importance to; be turned over to U. S. ROYAL TIRES AND U. S. ROYAL OUT AND PE-KO JAR RINGS WON'T;

than the state, the church, the port authoritiesfor 1[ HOUSEWIFE PE-KO! EDGE LET THE AIR IN!
it is immediate de- JAR RINGS?
and the social order of which a _
The breakdown of the home portation.That .
part. '
< is, it would When Food Is Scorched Place
and the sacred relationships sus- :
tained between parents and children be a lovely idea if the pan containing the scorched a'J)
A ,' only we, could b e
or brothers and sisters, pointsto food into a large pan of water
the destruction of society itself. criminals sure that these wouldn't same ''i-" r and 'the food will lose its burned -
God established the family in the flavor.
come slipping back *' .__
garden of Eden. His plan and purpose again. The pres- Irvin S. Cobb.In

have never been changed, nor ent immigration law was devisedas When Meat Appears .Tougk.- :
have his laws for the protection of a barrier to protect decent citizens Add a tablespoonful of vinegar to
the home, for the sanctity of mar- both native and naturalized, the stock or water in which it is ,3
riage, for brotherly love, been set against the human scum of the old cooked, and simmer slowly. ,ARG
and nations devise .
aside. Men may *
world, but it appears to be more
other plans and follow the dictates like a sieve if we may judge by the ,To Clean Varnished Floor.- Q
road always -
of the flesh, but that hordes of nondesirable aliens who Clean off well with steel wool

The leads continuation to ruin. of our story of somehow manage to get in and stayin and benzine and, when thoroughlydry J R If your dealer! cannot supply you,senAc "
and even go on relief. re-varnish. PE I with your dealer's name for a Trial
the, life of Joseph and his filial brethren and RUBBERS Package "of 48 genuine Pe-Ko Jar
brings before us today the
Topping for Sundaes.Extracted Rings; sent prepaid.
paternal love of Judah, and affordsus Missionaries From China.
honeys make excellent toppingsfor
an opportunity to stress true FROM Peiping a group of believers .
brotherly devotion. No one should the doctrine of Confuciusare ice cream*sundaes.. -i United States 'y J Rubber Company
fail to review the connection be- sending missionaries to the ..
tween the chapter before us and United States. We've been sendingout To Remove Lettering.-W hen United Stole Rubber Product,Inc.. Room 604. 1790 Broadway, New York
tea towels the like
making or
the lesson of last week. Joseph had missionaries to their countryfor
from cotton sacks soak the sacks
''been dealing with his brethren who centuries, but that Chinamen (5\
for several hours in kerosene be I
had failed to recognize him as the ,should dare to try the same thing onus I I & I I t I
one they had sold into captivity. He -well, that's a white horse of a fore washing WNU, to Service.remove lettering. PLUG

was bringing them kindly but definitely yellow color.
to.that point of repentanceat What if, not content with seeking .. ,. {; ,. ;.f, ..; l rI
which he could show himself gra- converts, these interlopers inculcated -
cious to them. In doing so he had among us certain phases of their I

brought disaster upon them. Being 'heathenish ,philosophy, such as ..
happily on their way homewardwith teaching young people considerationand fy./44rd.r..?, ... .. lrAc"n/r.c : :r, ; ...... ... .. .
a new supply of food, they 'respect for their elders; and
were overtaken and Benjamin, the showing that rushing about in a .fH/ST! THERE

beloved of Jacob, stands accused asa frenzy does not necessarily indicate : /}}.. : COME OW : < WoRK 1 Z HOPE ';. T/IEY ARE!
thief, and by their own words business energy; and that the natural .Y :} / '6LOOM5HURRY; UP% DADDY' GET 'EM, 6

... condemned to die. aim of man is not always' to : I'VEFOUND : MEM.. s HURRIES GLOOMS!. ''
I In this crisis the mouths of the worship speed and-up to thirty- v'' rG /. ;"' A FAMILY WE'LL tip sowg
:c ten others are closed, but Judah, odd thousands a year-to' die by it; 71-FAT'S t :> SPOIL 4 CAW
who had really saved the life of and that intolerance as between religious STARTING ''N '> TtlEIR c.\

Joseph (Gen. 37:26: 27), stands creeds isn't invariably proofof CAA FUNS k
forth to make an eloquent and pa- true piety; and that minding -. PICNIC /3. i7'' '

thetic appeal to Joseph. It presentshim one's own affairs is, really quitean v e
as a brother who is admirable trait?
I. Courageous
Easy rests the yoke of family life Vanished Americans.

as long as all is joyful and pros- IT'S exciting to prowl among the
perous. But when adversity strikes, cities of the first Americans 4 1fi
when sorrow comes, or sickness, or who scattered into the twilights -'
sin, then the true test of devotionis of antiquity when the Chris-
at hand.It tian era was still young. They were Y._.,_ '__,__,-w,_,_l-,.__ .. Jifr fi.,. Y. {
was a brave and manly thingfor our oldest families, older than even
Judah to stand before the one old Southern families-and who ever TvivW7
I whom he knew only as the man heard of a new Southern family or % 1n{: Y +GYs::, ?}mm.4
I who was "even as Pharaoh." The even just a middle-aged .Southern
I circumstances were all against him. family? wHy WELL, WELL --- IT IS HARD
He expected the flaming anger of. But afterwards, it's confusing to SAY JOHNYOU'RE 60 AHEAD To FEEL SORRY FOR
the offended ruler. His brethren had read the, theories of the expert researchers NOT WE'VE BEEN AND WAIT! your// DOCTOR TOLD
collapsed in despair. It was one who have passed Judgment 'a L, STILL EXPECTING WAITING I DIDN'T YOU COFFEE.NERVES
of those dark hours which come to on those vanished cliffdwelling fr ME To Go ON FoR You! SLEEP MORE CAUSED YOUR

every family when someone must peoples, because few such ANY PICNIC, THAN TWO SLEEPLESSNESSBUT ---
demonstrate true love by being learned gentlemen agree on any ARE YOU? LAST BUT YOU WON'T PAY
strong-hearted and steady.II. single point. There is one very emi- NIGHTANY ATTENTION!
Intelligent. nent authority who invariably insists ? .1Mhf AND I FEEL
Crises call for more than a cheerful that 'all the rest of the emin TERRIBLE// ? At

: I .smile or an encouraging word, e n t authorities are absolutely v:,:. 1 / JIMy tu :
" much as they dojnean in such an wrong about everything. He is the ++} Y xE }
hour. But we must be prepared by Mr. Justice McReynolds the ar- TO
our close contact with our loved ones cheologists.
to speak and act with vigor and as- '.

surance. Unemployment Statistics. "
i@ The plea of Judah is a master- T HANKS to bright 'young bureau-
piece of logic, argumentation and crats in Washington, we know
appeal, demonstrating that Judah how many goldfish are hatched every -
i was not only well-informed about year and what the gross annual
his family and its problems, but yield of guinea pigs is,.and the exact
ready to use his knowledge skillfully proportion of albinos born in any

I and effectively. given period, but it never seemedto IF You WOULD CUT OUT 30 DAYS LATER :YES, SIR Ts'DISPOSITION
: III. Sacrificial. occur to anybody to compile COFFEE FOR 30 DAYS $EAT IT IS!
! i One step deeper goes the devotion reasonably accurate statistics on un AND DRINK POSTUM ;l;GLOOMS- WHAT FUN THESSURE\- SUNNY,
: 'i of this man to his father and employment.Yet INSTEAD AS THE :, OSTVM LICKS'' PEOPLE HAVE HAD '' .: SINCE HE" ,
: his brother He has done no wrong with depression behind us DOCTOR TOLO OHS US. AGAIN,l.. ,' SINCE HE GOT RID OFJ SWITCHED j.3; :
' 1, that merits punishment, but evidently and business up to boom-time levels, You To, You WFLL ..7.v.r.A :;: HIS HEADACHES AND.- ; TO POSTUM. ,.'
! his brother has been guilty. it's estimated that between eight WOULDN'TFEEL MAYBE. XWLL ad 9 D SLEEPLESSNESS.' (7? '
I l Had he been of the spirit of Cain he and nine million people are out of so BAD o; o 1 I
I would have said "Am I my broth- work, not counting those on strike, ALL THE TRY IT/ : r
er's keeper?" and let him answer and judging by the papers there TIME./
himself. must be of million of them. : < '
for Why should he suffer a couple
I' for another? Why should he allow Apparently the more prosperous'
I himself to be imprisoned in a grow on the surface, the more deplorable fr %
, I strange land to save his father from becomes the status of
I sorrow and his brother from what those off the payrolls. It doesn't
I seemed to be the just reward for make sense. Or anyhow there wasa :vx>
I his deeds? time when it wouldn't have made

: Thus reasons the man of the sense. ;
world, but such is not the languageof This curious situation pijls a fellow ea

love. "Let thy servant abide instead in mind of the old old storyof '> S: ==& I
; of the lad as a bondsman" the chap whose wife had an i ) 1
, */ so speaks the true ,brother. And operation, and, every day when he
, this is but a faint prefiguring of the called at the hospital, he was told ., .. I
One "who sticketh closer than a the patient showed improvement. YOUR MoNEY BAdk:: '.
;; General Foods Ltd. Cobourg, Ont.)
Canada ,
brother who he rich One morning, as he came away, ,
"though was \iF SWITCHING To PgSTUht: Postum contains no caffein.lt is simply whole wheat

ye yet for through your sakes his poverty became might poor that be weeping, he the met wife a'?"friend."How's inquired. the ':, DOESN'T.......' -' '. ... .HELP.;........, ..........:o.You,L/..: and comes bran in,two roasted forms and...Postum slightly Cereal sweetened., the kind Postum you

rich" (Prov. 18:24; II Cor. 8:9): ). latter. / If you cannot safely drink coffee. .try boil or percolate...and Instant Postum, made instantly -
Let us improve the opportunity to "She's de...d. e Postum's 30-day test. Buy a can of in the cup. It is economical, easy to make
review our relations with our own "I'm so sorry," said the friend. Postum and drink it instead of coffee for a full month. and delicious.You may miss coffee at first,but after.30
family, to determine whether thereis "What did she die of?" If..after 30 days..you do not feel.better, return days,you'll love Postum for its own rich,full-
aught that we in intelligent and "Improvements," said the widower. the top of the Postum container to General Foods, bodied flavor. A General vw. .movw.-.
Battle Creek, Michigan, and we will cheerfully refund Foods Product. (T&3 offer ,* & B?> tooM.
self-sacrifice <
should do ORlNIC PoSTUMI
courageous for our own. IRVIN S. COBB. the full purchase price, plus postage! (If you live in expires Dec. 31,1937.) .' .<. .. '.'
, -WNU Servlc/ Copr.1937. King Features Syndicate, G.F.Corp.Licensee

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I..a.. ,. .. .. . .. .. The Director of Insurance, NOTICE
The Clewiston News I N i N:N:N : MGM NON N N:NN/M N/NN/N N,1 :M 1 :N)

ton, D. C., will answer this j RE

Too Late To Classify RURAL By Spuds COMMON Johnson SENSE and accompanying the applicationwith DISTRICT: SUGAULJXD'DHAIXAGE TAXES FOR THE YEAR

Published every Friday In Clewiston/ payment of the first premium at 1937

Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, CJ3y 'RJusell Kay .:N:N:N:N II:N:1.:N N..:NON N:N:..:N:..:N N:NI..:N:N:N H 1 attained age at nearest birthday. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN .,
This of means an increase in
course .)
Inc. that: in accordance with the provIs-
TRAINING IN. 4-H CLUB amount of premium for next five
,ggqqqqr.pqllqrqrrqqqrqqrqql ions of House Bill No. 1024, enactedat
WORK OFTEN BENEFITSIN years. The following table of monthly the 1937 Session of the Legislature

Keathley Bowden, Editor Good evening, children! Today UNEXPECTED WAY premiums per $1,000 will apply;: of the State of Florida and approved -

your Old Uncle Wiggly has selecteda Ago Amount by the Governor of the Stateof

class mail mat- few nice little nursery rhymes. So Stories are told often about how 35 ...._n_.................................... $ .76 Florida, on May 20, 1937, the

Entered as second'1927 at the Post pull your chairs up close to the radio some store of useful knowledge, per-! 36 ................._.............................. ..7 7 Board of Supervisors of Sugarland
ter February 1, all about what happened Drainage District, a drainage dis-
Florida under and I'll tell you haps hidden away in the brain for i 37 ..........._.................__....:............ .7!) trict
organized existing
Office in Clewiston, under
Tallahassee in langu-
3 1897. up at years, comes to the rescue of a per- 38 ......._.........__::........................... 80 the laws of Florida, and embracing
the Act of March ,
age you can understand: son in. time of trouble. Such know- 39 ................... ............................ 82 lands, within Hendry and Glades

ledge may have been thought of lit- 40 ................._...._._.........__............ .84 Counties, has caused to be prepareda

Subscription rate, $2.00 per year. Hi Diddle, Diddle, tie value when obtained, may have 41 .....___._........................................ .87 budget of debt service require-

Advertising rates on application. They fumed and they fiddled, been relegated to aplace, of littlo 42 ........................_._..................... .89 ments and of the costs of maintaining -

But the moo-cow stays on the road. importance. But the 'fact that it was 43 .........................___..........._..._.... .92 and operating all of the works

The lobbyists laughed' to see such there later may have aided one in 44 ..................._..........._............_..; .9 5 and improvements of Sugarland
advaneement and Drainage District and of administering -
Devoted to the an extremely difficult situation. 99

welfare of Clewiston and Hendry And sport the\; taxpayers carry the load. Four-H club work with girls and 46 45 .::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: 1.03: I erally the during affairs the of year the beginning district gen-orr

County. boys, conducted the United States
by 47 1.08 the First day of November 1937
\ Department of Agriculture and the 48 ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: 1.14: I ending on the 31st day of, October and",.
Senator Spratt could eat no fat,
Florida Agricultural Extension Ser 49 ................................................ 1.20 1938. Said budget, among other
Sissies! snorted Carl Hanton of His pal could eat no lean. vice, provides no end of stories of 50 : : 1.27 things, shows the amount of Unit

,the AP remark that janitors cleared They did some tradin' back and forth both girls andboys who have ,obtained 51 ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.::;:::.:::::...' 1.35: No. 1 Debt Service Tax, Unit No. 2
debris of bottles after the And licked the platter clean. Debt Service Tax Unit Maintenance
up pop useful information in their club 52 ........_....................................... 1.43, No. 1 -
halls were emptied. The Tax and Unit No. 2 Main-
legislative I activities of which they have taken 53 ......................:....................... 1.53
to Carl what the tenance, Tax per acre necessary to be
should explain
AP Little Bo Peep has lost some sleep- advantage later. From month to 54 ........_....._...............:_................ 1.64 levied
chambermaids cleaned up. upon the lands within said
hotel 1 I She worked as an attache, month as they attended meetings 55 ...............-....................---......... 1.76 district for the
Ii 1937.
i With little dictation and much adulation conducted by their county and home 56 ............................_................... 1.89 The said year
Is file
Claiming a train carrying her ,past demonstration agents they might not 57 '...n...............................:........... 2.04 and may be budget examined at now the on office .

her destination caused her discomfort She earned her six- dollars a day.. have taken too seriously the inform- 58 ..._.._...._......................_............. 2.21 of the Secretary of the said districtat &.J

Fanny Kelly, of Birminghamsued ation imparted. But later they had 59,!) ......__.................._,..._.............. 2.39 Clewiston, Florida. The Board of

the L. and N. railroad for $10- o' sixpence, ample reason to 'be glad they' had 60 ,..............................._................ 2.59 Supervisors, of Sugarland Drainage
000 damages. That's an awful lot of Sing a song been enrolled in club work. District will meet at '10 : 30 o'clockin
A bottle full of rye. In order to be sure of protection,
discomfort. A story is now current about a the forenoon on the 2sth day of
Four and twenty wise guys application should be made and premium '
woman missionary to the Belgian June, 1937, at the office of the Sec-
Cookin' a pie. sent in BEFORE expiration of
up Congo who was a Florida 4-H club retary of the district in Clewiston,
W/e/ have been afraid it would Before the party endedA present term policy.
girl 20 years ago. At that, time she Floj'da, for the purpose of hearing
come to this. Rock Springs, Wyo.- lot of votes were switched :
Bonomo's automobile license I made a good record in canning ac We strongly urge that every veteran objections and complaints with respect -
EJmer And still some people wonder
tivities. Some eight years ago ,she holder of term insurance readhis' to the said budget, and for the
than his
registration fee cost more Just why the bill was ditched. infor-
policy carefully and if this
married a medical missionary and purpose 'of transacting such other
He the $5
car. bought car
went with him to Africa. Food incans mation is not clear' after reading the business as may properly come be-
the fees totalled $5.69. Little Miss Muffett sat tuffet i policy, questions addressed.
on a was' very high in price there. any fore said meeting.
a bill. i direct to the Director of Insurance,
She'' began to grow gardens and fruit BY ORDER OF THE BOARD
Some small bits of rain, with accompanying A fat lobby spider sat down beside. trees to supply the needs of the fam- Washington, D. C., and NOT to the OF SUPERVISORS OF SUGAR-

cloud and wind, have her--' ily, in so far as possible.On facility at Bay,, Pines, Florida.C. LAND DRAINAGE :DISTRICT

served to allay the heat and settle The rest you can'guess if you will. a recent visit to Florida she H. HOLSTLAW, By F. DEANE DUFFIts

the dust momentarily. We still seem State Service Officer., President.
bulletins which
procured would help
to be a bit hotter and dustier than D.-N. June 1118.
Peas porridge hot, peas porridge cold, her in the work, obtained canning

,usual for June. At times we have too Get it at a chain store, nine days old. equipment and cans, and is now preserving DATED this 9th) day of June,

much rain, and at times not enough, Some want 'em open, some want 'em fruits and vegetables in timeof More Information Given 1937.
but in the course of a year the All- closed -
plenty for times of scarcity; It
wise seems to even things up pretty But what we'd do without 'em, G6d is helping both her own family and Regard, Social Security

Well. only knows. I the natives with whom she works,

and who look up to her for assist-

People are still catching fish; and Little Boy Motorist, blow your horn, ance and leadership. Her 4-H 'club Expressing the opinion that hun-

local nimrods who have learned about The, cow's "'on the highway and not canning information gained 20 years dreds of taxable employers in this

all the blacff bass' tricks are in the corn. ago is being utilized: to good advant- district still labored under the misapprehension -

branching out ts biggev things. Sev- There should be a law and also a age now, with modifications. that they were not sub-

eral parties have enjoyed gulf and fence- Another story reports the experi- ject to the taxing provisions of Title

deep-sea ,fishing the past few weeks. And maybe there will be a few years ence of a'Volusia county girl,' junior VIII of the Social Security Act and

We all l enjoy variety. Each week hence. in high school, who attended short were not obligated to file Treasury 1 A
parties from Tampa, and' other salt- course at the State College for Wo- Form SSI, Collector of Internal Rev- '

water towns come down to enjoy Now Mary had a little lamb, men in June_ last year. She made a enue J. Edwin Larson today called Lit hI L f

the Lake Okeechobee bass fishing.Sit But she was one smart 'lassie. special study of news 'reporting, a attention to that section of the act

She knew it was her little calves subject not often considered of importance which provides that "every individual" CS. ,;l-18! ;

down strikes hare seemed far That clicked in Tallahassee. in 4-H club work. Return- shall pay an income tax on wages -

away, but as unions become stronger ing home, she interviewed the editor and that "every employer" shall

iivFloricte, we may see more of Little Jack Horner stood on a .cornerPlayin' .of her local paper, was given a pay an excise tax on his employee's lal 1tl11 V OLEACKSONVILLE

them. Palm Beach contractors have job not only reporting 4-H club news wages.
a slotmachine.But .
been notified that common labor but also other community news for a "Too many employers are, confus-
the first ,of October his fun will J
must be paid 50 cents per hour and be over chain of papers in the county. The ing the provisions of Titles VIII and FLORIDA

semi-skilled labor and roof workers pay she earned for this work bought IX and think that because the do not
Unless he sneaks back of the screen. GARNETT ANDREWS,Manager
65 cents :per hour. The old scale for her clothes while she was a senior employ as many as eight persons"they
common labor was 25 to 40 cents. in high school. She may even 'becomea are exempt from paying this tax," modern, fireproof hotel in the heart of down
See-saw Marjorie Daw
Building Contractors Association is news reporter in later life. Mr. Larson said. "This is not true. town Jacksonville. Every room with tub and

investigating the reported organization W'hat'll' we do about liquor? The moral to these stories, of The, Title VIII tax is due from every shower, soft water, telling fan, radio, slatted!
the ? door.. Every Bed wild innerspring
Shall give it
of two new unions in Palm we course, is that boys and girls and taxable employer and from his em- summer mattress and reading lamp. Running, ice
No we'll double the tax
Beach county. everyone else should take advantageof ployee. It is due an'd payable monthly. water on every floor.
And the do it the quicker.
sooner every opportunity to learn something The employer deducts one percent I AIR CONDITIONED
SAFE DRIVING: new. There is no telling when of the employee's wages and DINING AND MEETING ROOMS

I Hickory, Dickory, Dock, the knowledge may prove extremely adds another one percent as his own Rates-Smgli with Private Bath

I They didn't stop the clock; handy. share of the tax." I 78 Room $2.00 80 Rooms $2.50
The ink was scarcely dry on our When it struck three, 40 Rooms $3.00 24 Rooms S3.50
editorial page on which we noted Drastic penalties, ranging from 5 10 Sampl.! Room with Pilvttt Bath $400
They quit by gee, cent to 25 cent of the tax Slight for doublt occupalcy
per per incrcoc
last week tie length of time since
Hickory, Dickory, Dock. Important Notice To
there had been a fatal accident on f due, will be imposed on the employers Oil.. I B 'POUND Hor.l.
willfully neglect pay
highways around the Lake, when And now, children I my time is up. Members of LegionThe tax Collector Larson CK.B_.*. t." S.-.s_ .C. '
monthly, warn- : "- :rv.: .a:
news came of a fatal accident inClewiston But Old Uncle Wiggly will be back ''
ed, pointing out that when an em-
townsite. We had referred
with again next week with
you more
makes deduction from theemployee's
ployer a
particularly to the hazards of the stories for good little girls and boys. following notice, which con-
taxable under the
highway skirting Lake Okeechobee'sshore cerns veterans government insur- wages
provisions of Title VIII he becomes
always a dangerous one be- RARDIN AND CHAVOUS RIVALS ance, was prepared by C. H. Holst-
I. custodian of federal funds. The law
cause of the deep road-side canal. FOR SPEAKER OF HOUSE IN 1939 law, state service officer, and is carried -

However, it has been brought --- i in this paper at the request of also makes the employer liable for

home to us very forcefully that the Tallahassee, June 10 (FNS- the Clewiston Post of American Le- the employee's tax on all wages paid
him whether he collects it from
real by -
danger of automobile drivingis Representatives W. P. Chavous of gion: I '
his employee or not.
located, not on the highway, but Dixie county and RepresentativePaul Bay Pines, Fla.,
beneath the Another point Mr. Larsen stressed I I1I Ia
steering wheel. Without Rardin of Palm Beach county, June 3, 1937. I D o

presuming to pass judgment on any both newspaper men, have announced .TO ALL CONCERNED: was that there are no provisions

particular driver or incident (that their candidacy for speakership of Pursuant to action of Congress on under Title VIII for state participation -

duty is left t'o the courts where it the house in 1939. I June 1st in overriding the Presi- consequently no deductions

belongs) the newspaper can call i dent's veto and granting a further are allowed. Both employer and em-
Others mentioned
attention to the very obvious fact as I five year extension of term insur- ployee must pay their full and equal e Da
candidates Robert F.
that if I probable are share of the tax which is based on
automobiles are driven at a: ance, the following instructions have
Sikes of Okaloosa county, Dan Kel-
normal speed and the driver at the been received from the Administrator the employee's wages. "Some employers
Jr. of Nassau John Burks
ly, county,
wheel has normal control of all his, of Veterans affairs: have 'made the mistake of sending VN i
of Pasco Dade
county, George.Holt
or her, faculties, a nail in a tire, "All such policy holders who have in their Treasury forms SSI to Major Expenses IncludedON
Collins of Leon
county, LeRoy county "
which ,occasions not a blowout buta not exercised their optional right to cover a two or three month period,
and F. Bamberg Harrell of Hamilton '
slow leak, is not sufficient cause Change to another form and whoso the Collector said. "This is not. cor-

:for a fatal 'accident.Thousands J j county.FLOHIDA I second five year period for which all rect. A separate return must,be made

of automobiles are I STUDENT HONORED premiums are paid expired after Jan- for each month based on. the wages COST OF TRIP INCLUDES:

stopped each day on the highway byi uary 24, 1937, may renew for third para in that calendar month The Round trip tickets covering roil
similar leaks in tires. A flat tire bureau will not accept Accumulated transportation via the famous
Gainesville; June 10 (FNSLes five year period without medical examination 1

not a novelty, and is something that ter Poucher, 17-year old University upon payment of premiums returns." Havana
can happen at any time to any car. of Florida student, ,whose home is at attained age from expirationof Some employers, the Collector explained

Only when the tire goes flat at an Largo, was advised this, week that present five year period to cur- are of the opinion that if Completely AirConditionedAlso

excessive rate of speed, or when the he had been selected as the "most rent date and application submitted the employee has nol Social Security desirable hotel room with

DraIns at the wheel are slightly be- outstanding agricultural college within five months from June 1, umber they are not/'required to pay bath, taxi transfer between sta-

fuddled, does an accident occur. freshman in North America". 1937, the date of amendment. To the tax*assessed against both. ThisIs tion and hotel, and attractive

With nothing' but a straight road The selection was made by the: obtain protection, however, applica- not so. The employer must pay the sightseeing tours.

ahead it seems needless that a flat Dsnforth: Foundation, from among tion should be made immediately or all tax regardless 6f, the employee's For complete details and ..

-tire should cost the life of a three- twenty-four contestants.As before expiration of present five year failure to produce a number. All em- illustrated folder, consult :

year old boy."Gimmie i a result of his selection he will period." ployers should obtain1\ the account your local ticket agent, or

be sent for a two-weeks camp at All this means that if term insur- number of each employee whether C. P. LAMAR

an all-day sucker," the Shelby, Michigan in August.: ance has not been converted to one ho. be a new or old addition to the Traveling Passenger AgentA.
C. L. Passenger Station Phono %%.751
youngster demapded' the caridvman. of the standard type policies and all pay roll. In the event the, employee LAKE WALES, FLORIDA

He was handed one. Watches O'ncc'Snial Clocks premiums on the term insurance have shows no disposition to gel a number : .

"Looks kInd'of small," remarked I Watches originally were. small teen kept paid up, the term insurance I the employer at the timA he files I

-the boy, looking at It doubtfully. clocks and were worn hung from may be renewed for another five his Treasury form SSI should add j

"Yeah, the .days are getting short- the girdle because they were too I years by making applicatfon for, samea to that return Treasury fornj SS5 in

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I (..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:o(..:..:..:..:..: .. Mrs. J. W. Moore and daughter MRS. KOLSTAD HOSTESS AT point: "Put It in spuds.!:-Tid-Blts.
r 3' Miss Louise, and Mrs. R. C. Nowlingwere BREAKFAST HONORING GUESTS READ
::2:: ( Personal Mention ::2*: visitors in Fort Myers Satur- The darkey' clothes were in the

.' day. Mrs. Henry Cd Kolstad entertainedwith last stages of dilapidation, and he
'."NNN..NONN.J.........'.....;..;..;....:...........i;. -- a delightful breakfast at the wore openwork shoes, but ''his face

'. Steve O'Connell of Palm Beach Mrs. A. P. Wynn accompanied by Clewiston Inn yesterday morning was radiant, and he' whistled merrilyas L. B. MershonAGENT

.' spent the week-end here visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Stewart and honoring her guests, Mrs. G. M. he slouched along the street. A

j Richard Bestor. children of Canal Point, visited her Sears, of Shellman, Georgia, Mrs. householder called from his porch:

., -- son, James Wynn, in Englewood this H. H. Askew' and Mrs. W. C. Thorn "Sam, I have a job for you, if you New York 'Life
\veek. The party also visited in Tam- of Atlanta. I
c Dr. W. G. Kennedy of Fort Myers want to earn a quarter."

G preached at the Community Church pa for a short time before return- Guests were invited for breakfastat The tattered colored man grinned I Insurance Company

Sunday evening. ing home. nine o'clock. Following the pleas- happily as he shook his head. ARCADIA, FLORIDA
I ant meal, tables were cleared and "No, suh, thank yoh all de same, I

Friends of G. Small are delighted Loyd G. Kelly of Kearney, Mis- bridge and Tripoli were enjoyed. boss-I done got a quarter."-Ev.;

I to learn- that he is up and about souri, arrived Saturday for a visit Mrs. R. Y. Patterson won high I NORGE REFRIGERATORS
with his, uncle, E. E. Kelly. Mr. Kel- COMMITTEE SAYS JUSTIFICATION]
again after a recent serious illness.. score at bridge and received a relish I I Furniture and Home Furnishings
his Mrs, T. B. Shel- OF CANAL "BEYOND
ly and daughter,
set; Mrs. F. M. Wright, second high, QUESTIOX"IWashington PHILCO -
and Hood i
: W. T. Hull of LaBelle, clerk of ley Miss Margery motored won a set of cocktail napkins. First
to West Palm Beach to meet him. June 10 (FNS !J
) Household
the circuit court, was a business visitor I! prize at Tripoli, a salad set, was FurnishingsInc.
The house, Rivers and Harbors Com-
in Clewiston Tuesday, 'won by Miss Kathryn Carter. Cut
Friends ,of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. prize, a sardine server, went to Miss mittee told Congress last week that .

Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Butler have Jackson, former Clewiston residentsnow Ava Ezelle. Mrs. Sears, Mrs. Askew the economic justification of the BELLE GLADE FLORIDA' ,

returned from a visit ofseveial days I Il living in Goshen, Indiana, are and Mrs. Thom were presented with Florida ship canal was "beyondquestion"

in Sanford and Palatka. I' interested to learn of the birth of guest prizes. Lovely mementoes also

l a baby daughter. The child, who was went to three other guests from out-I Point by point, every objection to j. m. COUSE

Mr. and Mrs. Glen V., Scott and born May 29th., has been named of-town, Miss Ava Ezelle Miss Dor- its construction raised by railroadsand

son, Donald, of Okeechobee, were Ruth Anne. othy Clark and Miss Kathryn Carter. others' opposed to the project, Counselor and Attorney at Law

I' visitors in Clewiston Thursday. The guest list included Mrs. were answered in the committee report Hopkins Building

Mr. and Mrs. Harry H. Turner Dr. and Mrs. O. F. Schiffli and Sears, Mrs. Askew, Mrs. Thorn; written by chairman Mansfieldof Wednesdays and Saturdays

; were guests of relatives in Avon sons, Nicky, Dick and Johnnie, left Misses' Ezelle, Clark and Carter, Texas and the report strongly 9:30 to 4:00
Park Sunday. yesterday morning for their sum- ;Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mrs. C. L. Downs, recommended the completion of the

mer home in Highlands, North Caro- Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, Mrs. H. A. canal.

! Miss Mildred Ward and Miss BerG lina. Dr. Schiffli will return after a Bestor, Mrs W. C. Owen, Mrs. O. Discounting the contention that

nice Guthrie left Tuesday for Rain- few days, but his family will remain A. Jones, Mrs. M. W. Bigg, Mrs. F. the canal would drain off or pollute:: J. M. BLOW .

bow Springs, near Ocala, to visit an through the summer months. M. Wright! Mrs. F. I. Hill, Mrs. .M. underground streams which furnished -
aunt of Miss "Ward's for a few weeks. M. Prewitt, Mrs. F. D. Duff and Mrs. the peninsula, fresh water supply,,
W. C. Prewitt. the report stated ABSTRACTS OF TITLE
--- Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bestor accomp- : I

Mr. and Mrs. Dan Allen and anied Mrs. Bestor's brother, Judson "After a very careful ,consideration HENDRY AND DADE COUNTIES
daughter, Margery; left Sunday to Francis, to Palm Beach Wednesdayto HOSTESS AT of all evidence submitted, both pro I I 318-22 Sejbold Bldg. Miami, Fla.I I
, spend two weeks visiting Mr. and take the train for his home in St. BRIDGE CLUBf! WEDNESDAYMrs. and con, your committee' concludes

: Mrs. Bill Allen in Miami. Paul, Minnesota. They also met that the findings of the chief of en-'I
Dave G. Alston was hostess
''II George Bestor who returned home gineers, in this matter are correct I
I Mr. and Mrs. Elbert L. Stewart Wednesday afternoon to members of
from Atlanta where he has been attending ..
supported ample* data, evidenceand
,1 i: returned Saturday night from Tallahassee Georgia Tech. her bridge club at the Clewiston 'Inn. .- U ;; .i"
,::1 where they have spent the Club guests included Miss Ava opinion.

I,' two months of the legislative session. Ezelle, of Boca Grande, Miss Dor- "It regards ,the assertion that -

,II;J \ --- Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Smith took othy Clark, of Alva, Miss Kathryn ground water supplies in southern I BE1f

,,. Mr. and Mrs. George "W. Sparksand their son, Bobby, to the Fort Myers Carter of Gainesville, Georgia, Mrs.G. Florida will be adversely affected to I

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hill spent hospital Wednesday afternoon for B. Rackstraw and 'Mrs. C. L. be wholly beyond the realm of rea- '

N: Sunday fishing at Pine Island, near treatment. "Bobby became ill Monday Downs. son." ,

:', Fort Myers.- \ I and his condition, although serious High score prize, a pottery Jar, Major General Edward M. Mark-I Uf

I is not considered critical. Mrs. ":aif won by Mrs. ,Keathley Bowden, ham, chief of engineers, has assured

Mrs.. J. P. Tatum of Miami is Smith is remaining in Fort Myers low, a ,package of scratch pads, by congress in his report that there

spending a few days here visitingher with him. Mrs H. R. Hall, and cut, a novel would be no appreciable damage to IN'' YOUROWN

cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Eth- nut grinder by Mrs. T. B. Shelley. the underground reservoir. He recommended -

erton. .. Miss Ulla Jacobsen left Sundayfor Miss Ezelle, Miss Clark and Miss completion of the projectat HOME

Limona to spend a two week Carter were also given guest prizes an estimated cost of $197,921,000.The .

Mind Mrs. Carl D. Eubanks left vacation with her father, P. Jacob'sen. by the hostess.A committee reviewed long studies -

Friday for Moultrie, Georgia, accompanying Jones Bryan accompanied hero delightful salad x course with and previous reports on the canal -
the body of their son, Fort where she boarded
: Myers abus sandwiches
and cakes was served to
I : and found its benefits would extend -I
Raymond, there for burial. for Tampa. Mrs. Downs, ,Mrs. Rackstraw, Mrs.I. to 45 per cent of, continental -

. and Hazel -- M. Pafford, Mrs. Leslie Miller United States and 74 per cent of the p'
' Mr. and Mrs. Foy Durrence spent Mrs. Hall, Mrs. Bowden, Mrs. Shel- population, making it truly a national -
Prince, Pete McIntyre and'Ed Ward
i afternoon the 'week-end in- Fort Myers visitingMr. ley, Mrs. M. E. Yenawine, Mrs. J. project, pointing out that such ;
spent ednesday on a and Mrs.' Donnie O. Durrence. W. Ezelle, and Misses Clark"Carterand distribution of benefits over the nation -
\. fishing trip to Jupiter. Mrs. Leona Durrence who has spent Ezelle.
as a not be shownby
two months' here with them returned other federal
R. C. Mrs. any project. "
.6:6Mrs. Nowling, Camp- to Fort Myers and remained with MRS. CRUZE ENTERTAINS
2 bell Nail, Mrs. W. H. Lanier and
her other' son, for a visit before returning "Dear editor Please
Mrs. 'R. C. Wilson in : send a fewcopies
were shopping
to her home in Glenville, or'the Sit on of the world dependent
top -
West Palm Beach Tuesday. Mrs. C. R. ,Cruze was hostess to obituary of my aunt,
V- Georgia.Mr. members of her bridge club at ,her Mrs. Mary HAlso publish the upon no one, in your
own home and provide last-
Mr. and, I\ s. Roy Alston and and Mrs. J. A. McGehee, home Wednesday evening. Mrs. L. enclosed notice of marriage of my ing security for your family!

children, Harriet and Carol Joy, are Runelle, Wilbur, and Pat McGehee A. Turner, winner of high score niece., Also mention in your personal You can buy or,build so easily

; spending a two weeks vacation with left this morning for a several prize, received a chromium and glass notes that I have two nice hound and economically with our
relatives at Fort Myers Beach.Mr. relish dish; Mrs. R. J. Lee, holderof puppies for sale cheap. As my sub "Budget Monthly Payment
the United
weeks motor
trip through -
Plan". A long term to
second high score was given 'a scription is out, please stop the pa- pay
States. They are heading West with small, rent-size -
and Mrs. H. C. Kolstad and metal crumber brush and tray; Mrs.B. per, as times are too hard to waste I payments
with the intention of visiting Yellowstone quickly gives you a
\ son, Kim, Mrs. 'G. M. Sears, Mrs. H. Park and later touring through J. Schroeder received linen hand- money on a paper ,that comes oncea clear home. Get completedetails -

H. Askew and Mrs. C. W. Thorn spent other Western states and returning kerchiefs as consolation prize.A week when the daily contains the without obligation:: now.

. Sunday on a fishing trip at Boca down the Eastern Seaboard.Mrs. delicious dessert course was news I want.-Richmond ,Christian
' ,Grande. served to Mrs. C. E. Nall, Mrs. T, Advocate.

B. Shelley, Mrs. H. H. Turner, Mrs.
Charles E. Miner and children CLEARING UP A MYSTERY Clewiston Federal
'" Mr. and Mrs. V. H. McCarter and L. A. Turner, Mrs. R. C. Wilson, Mrs.R. .
Charles Jr. and Rachel and
j' I
nieces, Althea and Julia Ford, of J. Lee, Mrs. R. C. Nowling and
her sister, Miss Ruth Knight, left "You: didn't carry out your 'planto
Moore Haven, visited''Mr.. and Mrs.B. Tuesday morning for Fort Myers Mrs. B. J. Schroeder. elope?" Savings and Loan
C. Flaniken and other friends
Beach where they have taken a cottage "No, I found father was planningto
here Wednesday evening. TAMPA HAS SIT-DOWN STRIKERS Association'CLEWISTON
for a two weeks''vacation. Miss move and I didn't know where

Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Smith and Knight has just returned from Tallahassee Tampa, June 10 (FNS).-A sit-: we'd find him when we got back.-

son, ,Bobbie, and their guests, Mr. where she is a student at down strike of 70 crewmen of theS. Portland, Me., Evening Express. I-

and jMrs. R. L. Reils and son, Glen, Florida State College for Women. S. Cuba went into effect fifteen

I and Miss Maud Smith, spent Sunday --" minutes before the ship was due to

at Fort Myers Beach. E.Mrs Jr., J left: E.Monday Beardsley for and Gainesville.Mrs. son, J..I sail from Port Tampa last Sunday.The ; II.........!.......................!. ................,.................................................................................................... .......................II'

-- strike was voted in sympathywith :
Beardsley will enter summer
E. J. Rogero has accepted a po- the 150 striking seamen of the 'I ., .;.
school at the University of Florida
sition in Miami and left this week Cuba's sister ship, the Florida, which X I .:.
when it opens next week. Jim will :
for that place to reside. He and his was tied up by a sit-down strike at
return home after attending the '
daughter, Miss Faustina, who is a Miami last Friday.
short course offered this week at
nurse in a Miami hospital will return Sixty-one at
the University for members of ,FourH passengers Tampa I 60LF ,. ;1
@, Sunday for Mrs. Rogero. Clubs.Dr. and 268 in Miami were unable to

make their planned trips to Havana, ;
:: -
Mrs. Gratton George, who has while cargoes of mail and express ; -
and Mrs. J. W. Ezelle and
been a patient in the Arcadia hos- had to be unloaded and returned to
daughter, Emma Jane, returned Sun- :: COURSE 1:1::
pital for a week, returned home post offices and express offices. : .
day from Miami Beach where they Ii
Wednesday. Mr. George, Mrs. ,Joe The striking seamen demanded :
spent several days. In West Palm < :
I Cato and Miss Bernice O'Neal drove Beach they were ''joined by Miss recognition of the National Maritime I ; <
over for her. Federation, affiliated with JohnL.
Catherine Carter, niece of Mrs. '' '' I .:.
Lewis' CIOlCompany : ..
-- : I
Ezelle, Miss Dorothy Clark and Miss
Miss Betty Spicer left, yesterday officials stated that I ::
; :: ::
Ava Ezelle, sister of Dr. Ezelle, who
1 to attend a Kappa Alpha Theta were operating already under agreements .T
came to Clewiston with them for a I .:. I
; house party at Miami Beach. The visit. I made with the American Federation v
i party, is being given in the Chase of Labor that could not be -==

" I Apartments and will be 'of ten days Mrs.. L. ,H. Robbins left 'Mondayfor ignored. :

;, I, duration. her home in "Washington, after 1!
; Open the Public
spending the winter- months here SATISFACTORY RESULTS s [_ to
c Miss Kathleen Lewis of Tampa is with her daughter, Mrs. J. E. Beards-:

F' visiting her sister, Mrs. W|. W. Per- ley and her sons, Joe and C. E. Rob- An Irish soldier in France duringthe f -

t \ ry, this week. She expects to leave bins. She accompanied Mrs. Beards- 1914-18 war received _a letter J. ,
Monday for Gainesville to attend ley to Benson Springs, where she from his wife saying there wasn't an i -i---ij. ?

I the summer session at the University. will visit for a week and 'leave for ,able-bodied man left, and she was

I of Florida. Jacksonville by boat for Baltimoreand going to dig the garden herself. ,
then go by train to Washington. Pat wrote at the beginning of his .-.
., Miss Aline Herring and Miss next letter: "Bridget, please don't j. :". I ..1'

Katherine Baker left Sunday morn- Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Reils and son, dig the garden; that's where the '" :I .'i'..

ing for ,their homes in Jackson, Mississippi Glen, and Miss Maud Smith of Savannah guns arc." {. I I .:.

'. after a visit of a few weeks Georgia, were week-end The letter was duly censored, and :;: Moderate Green Fees :!:
here. Miss Herring was the guest of guests of Mr.., and Mrs.. R. N. Smith. in short time a lorry-load of men in y ...

her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Reils have been on a khaki arrived at Pat's house and :: Exceptional Fairways I *.

and Mrs. B. E. Herring and Mis ten months' trailer journey which proceeded to dig the garden from y y

Baker visited her cousins, Mr. and has taken' them into 32 states, Can- end to end.Bridget Interesting Greens f fy
Mrs. Harold Spikes. The visitors ada and Mexico. They visited a few wrote to Pat in desperation .i. II .

were taken by the hosts on several days with the Smiths before goingon I saying that she didn't, know f

sight-seeing trips while here, includIng =:: to Miami for an extended slay.I what to do as the soldiers' had got '- _

.f ers the trips last to Miami few days and of to their Fort stay.My= Mrs.sisters Hells of R.and N.Miss Smith.Maud Smith. are the Pat's garden, reply dug was up,short every and bit to of thee It. H**! *.,... r......-.-.._...._...'......!.......................................................................................................-.-.............................II



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I Great in Small Things

IN LIFE'S small things be ,I)
resolute and great '

DAUGHTERBY To keep thy muscle trained;

know'st thou when Fate

Thy measure takes, or when

she'll say to thee,

O Kathleen Norris I find thee worthy; do this deed

WNU Service. me.J.
Russell Lowell.A .

Smile Glorifies

smile can glorify the
SYNOPSIS now as at any time that every- that only a new gown gives to bawky dark shy girls, all sitting in ONE ,

thing's wrong-it's all wrong." twenty years. the great red chairs of the hotel One word true hope impart.

Victoria Herrendeen. a vivacious little Victoria was silent, puzzled, and She halted at the sight of a foyer evidently waiting for some- The least disciple need not say

girl. had been too young to feel the shock after a pause Magda- went on lightly strange tall man standing at the one. Was it for Mother? There are no alms to give awayIf

that came when her father Keith Herren unob- : foggy window. talking with her Whether it was or not they all love- be in the heart.
his fortune. A gentle
deen.trusive lost soul. he Is now employed as an "And so-Mr. Fernando Ainsa y mother. They both turned. Vic- came over to Vic and Magda, and

obscure chemist In San Francisco. at a Castello Manners and I have decided toria's hand was taken in a big there were introductions. Mrs.

meager salary, His wife. Magda. cannot to separate. No, no, no, nota hard hand. She liked the man at armer was a plain stout whole-
adjust herself to the change She is a beautiful divorce," she interrupted herselfto once, one' must like him; there was some looking little woman in
fond of pleasure and a mag
net for woman men's attention. Magda and Victoria say quickly, as Vicky's stricken something about Lucius that disarmed glasses, with ropes of oily gray-
have been down at a summer resort face was turned from the fire in criticism, that won all brown hair wound about her head. (5 VaVl1tLteJQ.dCI

and Keith joins them for the week-end* involuntary protest. "He doesn't hearts. Something simple and The girls were like Her, althoughboth

Magda leaves for a bridge party excusing" want a divorce. If he go* a di- friendly, and a little uncertain and gave promise of some beauty.
herself for being such a "runaway. Later By
that Victoria is grief-stricken when she vorce Maud Campbell would have ,timid, and at the same time some- Ann. Constance. Victoria.
hears her parents quarreling The Herren- him married before he could turn thing definite and vital; there wasa "Vicky," said her mother, in the e Elissa Landi

deens return to their small San Francisco around, so he doesn't want a divorce world of mirth, a child's secret course of the next few days, "when I Movie Star

apartment Keith does not approve of Mag- and neither do I. If you geta and delicious merriment in his gray you fall in love, make it with a man
da's mad social life and they quarrel fre 4)
divorce they can do all sorts of
to whom be inspiration.It's .
quently. Magda receives flowers and a eyes. you can an A Recipe for Summer S
diamond from Ferdy Manners, a wealthyman funny things about alimony, go to He was not smiling this morning; a sacred thing-it's worth all "For the outdoor buffet luncheon,
from Argentina whom she had met court and have it adjusted and lessened he seemed serious and burdened, the pain and the ache, to inspire a always welcome during Summer
less than a week before. Manners arrives -I don't know what they can't "
immediately the pleasantries of truly great man!
a few hours later. Magda shows hima that one of my pet recipes is for eggs
do. But separation means
valuable Chinese shawl that has been in like greeting had died away. 'Victoria, At first Victoria felt most pity for pickled in beet juice. These are
the Herrendeen family for many years. Vic you and I can live where we presently. going back to her room, i the man. He was clever, keen, affectionate delicious and their bright coloring
Is shocked when she learns her mother had and do as we please. And sc it's to and he suf-
could hear through the open door- simple, was is so appropriate.Boil .
contemplated selling it. Magda tells Man be Europe-off we go! I'll get you
way the gravity of his tone as he fering cruelly. After a few weeks about a dozen carefully
dealer had offered her $300 for the them
ners a some things-or we can get
shawL Magda takes Victoria to Nevada to there-" and her mother talked at' the win- she perceived that her mother was scrubbed beets in a kettle of salted

visit a woman friend who has a daughter dow, their heads together. iii misery as great as his. Magda water. Pour off the liquid and cool.

named Catherine. There she tells her she "The only thing, Victoria began "I can't, Magda," he said more carried it better, but it was there. Have ready the desired number of
Is going to get a divorce. Victoria soon somewhat hesitantly, "Ought Ferdy
back restless irritable
Ferdy was now, cold hard-boiled
"I'm after
In boarding school with her friend Cath once. so sorry-I.can't. eggs ,
for too? I it's all
me, mean,
erine. Magda marries Manners and they pay But when Victoria came out againtc unreasonable. He went to removing the shells, drop them in
spend two- years in Argentina. Victoria has right for a visit-it's all right for a find her mother alone, there was races, fights polo games with men; the cold beet water. Add a table-

studied in Europe and at eighteen she few months. But after" all-after all an air of disappointment or defeatin he went off 'on hunting and fishing spoonful of vinegar, several bay
visits her mother when Ferdy rents a beautiful he doesn't owe me-
Sometimes Victoria
trips. thoughthim leaves and slices of onion.
home Magda is unhappy over Ferdy's "It's and you're with Mrs. Manners'.attitude. She was some
drinking and attentions to other women. my money witha glowing with inner fires; she was entirely oblivious of what was Let the eggs soak in this mixture,

When her mother and stepfather return to me, Magda explained simply. ,shaken, laughing, ecstatic. She put going on; sometimes she thought he in the icebox, about twelve hours.
South America. Victoria refu-e to go with touch of impatience. knew. Magda was burning up with Then remove -allow to drain and
her arms about Vicky held the girl ,
them. Magda returns aid tells Vic she and "I was thinking of Ferdy, Vic, ;
Ferdy have separated. Victoria is now a Magda said out of a silence, "and away from her to laugh into her it; she could not have wholly concealed serve on crisp lettuce leaves. They
student nurse. eyes. it even if she would. She should be a gay shade of red

"My darling, do you like him?" glowed and trembled, laughed and and will taste as good as they
cried; she was strangely, awk- look.
CHAPTER III-Continued ( J'i Victoria regarded her. with a
-5- : smile that had small heart in it. wardly like a girl again-a girl Copyright.-WNU Service.

"Isn't the ?" upon whom the inexorable forties
"You are handsome, Magda question-do you
said, under her breath, not listen- "Vic, on the steamer, the day had 'set their tragic seal. Some-'
\ we left Buenos found each hew it hurt Victoria to the deepsof
ing. "Don't they let you use makeup ? we
other!" said.' "He her soul to see ner mother's
at all? Magda came up '
III III.R to and said 'Aren't theValdes' agony in this grip of young love. tJi
"Not on duty, and you sort of get me friend, Senora, Manners you ?' Lucius was fighting it; grimly, _'s-
of the habit. What look-
are you
I don't know how he ever nerved honestly, uselessly. He and Magdamet *
ing at? Victoria asked, with an w
himself do it like ; sat long over hotel tea tables
embarrassed laugh, as her mother to for he's not
that he had telling each other that'this must be GROCERS "'
continued her placid scrutiny. as a rule. But he said -OVER/QUART
the end that there honor
club. was no ,
the We
seen me at country
"Well, you're simply adorable, the nc happiness for them except in -
Vicky," she said at length, "and hardly spoke to anyone else on renunciation. Magda, in her dark Great Talent (
voyage;; we had our meals on deck,
enthusiastic just the How often the highest talent
you get way violet velvet with the broad brimof
you used to. But-alth&ug'l it's a we talked and talked as if we never her dark velvet hat shadowingher lurks in obscurity-Plautus.!
little talk about it I had could talk enough!
soon to splendid eyes, and the rich gold-
rather a different plan in mind for "For the first time in my life Vic,
brown of sables setting off her exquisite
you. I was thinking of Europe I have met a man who stirs in me- skin, was perhaps as beau- \ ll FOR THE HAIR

after your debut." something-something that I might tiful at such moments as she had IWa@WJ@ILD Bi I'

"Europe Vicky echoed her own' have been, might have had?" Mag- ever been in her life. Just to be

eyes suddenly blazing. She remembered da continued. "He loves me, I with.Lucius. brought the transparent SNOW! WHITE PETROLEUM JELLYCOSMETICS

her student year there under know that, although he's never told color to her face and the strange

the gentle unremitting chaperonageof Y yl me so. But it isn't that. It's the liquid pulsing to her eyes. ,

the Dominican nuns. Again she ,fl 1 1 companionship, the exquisite delight But when they had parted it was

heard the fountains of Rome splash- 'of being understood-understood!" only to begin the agony again.

ing; saw the lights of the Place de Magda broke off to Jay in amused Ferdy was settled in a suite of i

la Concorde setting white statues scorn. "He knows more than I of rooms connecting with Magda'sown.

aud dark tree tops in hold relief everything-books; music, people. -S.SS '

against a blue night sky, caught a And his ,attitude toward life is so It vas Ferdy who brought to Victoria -

whiff of wet spring greenness from beautiful, so simple and eager. and and Magda a handful of steam-

the grass beside the London' Mall. "1 Love This Sitting Here With fine. ship companies' folders. They

"Oh, Mummy!". she said. You." There was a silence. Magda opened the shining. brightly colored
"Would ou like it?" smiled and Wiped suddenly wet NEW VOCATION, you can make more
little booklets eag ly, studied floor than a good living anywhere. Plenty busi-
"Oh, well, Mother-you and I?" thinkingshe stopped for a long eyes, and Victoria smiled, too,. a plans, discussed 'Deck B" and ness everywhere. Box Madison, Tenn.
Victoria's voice shook with sigh-"thinking of the tremendous child.
mother's patient smile for a "
difference there is in men," she Deck C. It was Ferdy's idea that
r ment. said. "So what?" the girl asked good- Magda and Victoria take one of o WO'IEN-STA BEAUTIFULwith
"We two. these necessary beauty aids. Our
"I Vic she naturedly."So the anal steamers to .New York, gentle All Purpose Cream and extra fine
mean, began again,
wouldn't mind
"Ferdy ?
Face Powder will amaze you with their
nothing, my darling, that'sthe stopping at South America and island -
Instead of answering, Mrs. Manners as Victoria could find nothing to stimulating, beautifying results. A com-
1 "I that-well I tragedy!" Magda answered ports, using up the coldest of plete facial at home that will help nature
say ,
looked away through the ex- supposeI and help you avoid harsh and costly prep-
was thinking of Lucius Farmer." lightly, and there was another si- the winter weeks on the leisurely arations. A 60 day supply of our cream
quisite silky shadows of half-low-
lence. and powder, also a liberal flacon of French
ered lashes. Victoria's hear sank; "Who's he?" A familiar tightening trip."It's Perfume-ALL for the small sum of Sl.OO. .
possible that Lucius will Think of it-a $2.00 facial for 1 cent. Rush
"No she went presently end- just
\ she knew that gentle patience, she a familiar sinking sensationwas Sl.OO cash or inonev-order to QUEBEC
4 knew that long, resigned sigh. All at Victoria's heart. Oh dear. ing it. "Ferdy gets here next week, be on the Elcantic with us, Magda DISTRIBUTORS. 1123 BROADWAY, New
York. FREE with order a gorgeous
was not going well between her Oh, dear. This was commencing and Lucius goes down to his wife said one day innocently. simulated Pearl Necklace every

mother and Ferdy. again ,was it? and the little girls in Carmel, and "Mother, don't let him!" Vic FREE.r@

The luncheon was cleared "You must know his name, dar- that's the end." pleaded. Magda looked at her, and
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the two women resumed their chairs ling. He's about the most successful The day moved on. the color rushed into her own face. .

1. by the wood fire. painter of murals in America.He That night, when they went down- "But, what am I to do, Vic? I :.' ..
made the trip with us from stairs to join the Kendalls, and be can't stand this! Magda suddenly 1

f "There are a thousand persons" to Buenos Aires, but he lives down carried off for a dinner, Victoriasaw muttered defensively.TO Spend a part of your :
4 I' whom I
ought to telephone, Magda
here in Carmel with Lucius and and two ( BE CONTINUED)
a perfectly a woman vacation in Atlanta-
t t said lazily. "I won't. I love this I i
wife and
[' sitting here with you. You haven't daughters. altitude 1,050 feet-
i told me anything about yourself. "And what did the impossible wife .
:, Vicky have you seen or heard any- and daughters think of you. Mum- Old Lewis Letters Show His Bent for I The Henry Grady I

', thing of your father?" my?" Hotel offers cool comfortable :
' He Had Love for "Rambling"Sidelights
"Oh Exploring .
they weren't alongperishthe ;
:,: The question came suddenly, and 1 rooms excel
with it the color to thought! No, he was alone." ,
;", rose Magda'sface. { lent meals and every'
Magda's voice fell to a dreamynote. on the life of Meri- wishes of all my friends that 1 am

"Yes, I saw Dad about two weeks "One of the finest men-" weather Lewis, co-explorer with I led intentionally to err and then I desired service at most I

she said aloud. she said, under her breath. "I mean have vanity to for reasonable Con-
ago, William Clark of the Northwest, enough hope prices. .
one'of the simplest and-and
Magda added no further ques- gest-and gentlest- big- have been revealed with the be- forgiveness." venient to theatres and :

tions but her were to the Missouri Historical Lewis and Clark started from a
eyes expectant. I IuHe's "This quest dis'trict.
life would be heaven for Auto i it
k married again, you know, : women, Vic, .if many men were like society of unpublished letters writ- point near St. Louis early in 1804.
:' Mummy. I wrote you that. And himl" ten by the great explorer and scout, They were gone nearly two and one- t storage in a fireproof I

they're going tc have a baby. They And again Victoria could find according to a St. Louis United half years. With the object of learn- garage with door pick i

were married last February, and nothing to say. Press correspondent. ing something of the possibilities of and delivery.HENRY .

, they expect the baby at Christmas. More flowers the Scholars have been working on the half-unknown Louisiana Pur- I up ,

: ', He simply adores Olivette and he's Magda's came old friends; telephonerang the letters and documents which chase which Thomas Jefferson had t
.' all excited about the ; were be- the made the two men followed the
f" baby. ginning to realize that she had ar were given to the society by GRADYHOTEL !
r. "Ha!I" Magda said and fell rived. late Dr. Meriweather Lewis. Anderson Missouri river to its sources and

f:),' thoughtful. "Still up in Seattle?" a descendent of Lewis. Anderson beyond up to the Pacific ocean. I Ii

t''" "He says he loves it." Lucius Farmer came to them died at Richmond. Va.. sometime They returned to St. Louis in th. I
>"; '. Magda twisted the Herrendeen the next morning. I ago.Included. early autumn of 1806. .' ATLANTA I

f;:ii pearls in beautiful restless fingers. Magda was restless; Victoria had in the group are numerous : In 1807 a grateful government fM i

f.r But for some reason or other she gone into her own room to try on a letters written by the explorerto warded Lewis by making him fiOvj .

r felt a little 'chill, in the air felt gown her mother had brought her. his mother. One, written in 1795 I ernor of the northern part of t&|| I Baths

" that her mother wasn t wholly It was of sheer batiste, embroidered when he was twenty, was in a semi- territory which he helped to open. 550 Rooms 550

t' pleased with the news that DadS delicately with tiny garlands of apologetic, tone for his seeming in- Lewis lived only two years aftc II I

> was happy and that a new baby was roses, all in white. It was the sort ability to stay home. He had en- his appointment, however. He died I

S-" on the way."Ferdy of gown that makes any girl's eyes listed with some Virginia troops at in 1809 at Nashville, Tenn., of a bul- RATES
and Victoria the time and wrote: let wound. It never has been de-
. said Magda out of dance, coming back : from $2.50
thought-"Ferdy is a strange creature with its frail folds blowing about "So violently opposed is my gov- cided definitely whether he warn '

Vicky. I may as well tel you her, wore the radia.it expression erni g passion for rambling to the : killed or was a suicide. i 1.. . T .-..ATHE

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Sense as Ever

Ever notice that speeches of our
Quite Easy
great men always'make sense?

And they do hundreds of years f Ray-The able to blush.woman.I marry' must
oe .
afterwards.One o I I 0 Alice -O, 'I can do that. blush

could never fear a man every, .time, I am seen anywherewith ,
I who is unhappy when he makes a : you! -Our Paper.

>'s .
We justify a man in selfpraiseif -"'
Man of His Word ,
he deserves praise and',no one
"Does your husband always live
offers it to him. "'
up to the promises of his court-
I Economic independence makes l l0. ship days?" .

i I most people "saucy, but they call '"Always!! In those days he.'said

it "freedom. / he .. wasn't, good enough for
There is no such thing as a fool- li
III/ "
and he's .still proving it.
proof automobile. i

Buttered Parsnips"Kind G / I I II III I D
words butter v
no par- ec.___
snips," indeed! Kind words ad-

dressed to the right persons at a 4

fortuitous time have made mil- (1,::,.. rID1, I --.1?
; / -
lionaires. : -
!t -
.h ,Every "younger generation" / ,,. I
.;.; soon finds :it has to have as much

common sense as the one beforeit. I Good afternoon. Were you

wishing to consult me?"

Men who "would be content" "No., ,That's ,aU 'rig doctor, \

with the first million are not the .. I' have just called to read the se- l
kind that get it. Making moneyis HERE- rial I started last week.: "

a passion, as it is a talent. YOU TAKE '_f OH41T -- ,>"

There is very little pretense in a <:: HIS / 'Tl4. THANK i :_, Jc ':> The only' thing: some people will

small, town. 'Each knows the oth- l ?t' 'u -> grow in their gardens is tired.

ers so well.Appreciation. > Iu
Apologies AcceptedAn
{ Irishman had been thrown

of Beauty LiiA Y.. :y over a fence by an enraged bull.
He had' just' recovered when he
Appreciation of beauty is not ..6CnprrIFht /
confined to the rich nor to the noticed the bull pawing the groundand

highly educated. 'It is possessedby '"' furiously tossing his head.

all, in some degree, and the "If it wasn't,, for your bowing
presentation of beauty should be and scraping," said Mike. "I'd

such that it can be appreciatedby think,,yer threw me over, on pur-
all, not. the select few.-J. pose. -


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I Final Legislative Review I Is Your Subscription Paid? '

Hi n"" )f

Tallahassee, June 10 (FNS- safe, in order to encourage invpst- -
Florida's legislature adjourned with ment. The Federal Savings and Loan
its members and Governor Cone fully Insurance Corporation was subse-
satisfied that they had provided sufficient quently formed to protect the long- DOES YOUR CAR STAll EASILY ?
revenue to operate the stat term investments in associations
In spite of increased appropriations this type in a way comparable to the
for the next two years. functioning of the Federal Deposit I v r !
Last minuto figures brought the Insurance Corporation in insuring I V
belief that there: would be plenty i of the liquidity of deposits in
money for state operating expens, cial banks.
and the statement by many legislators ; "The experience of all Federal associations -I
that there would be no need for of which there are now
an extra session. approximately fourteen hundred)I
Principal'accompJishments of the throughout the country, has been I
26th biennial session of the legislature that insurance invites greater public
were: confidence. Thrifty people realize I /
Earmarking of $10,310,000 a y.ear that funds placed in a Federal GAS0 1A
for schools. ings and Loan Association saY-I GU l
Increased liquor taxes, expected 1 to reasonable return, consistent 6oD _

bring more than $4,000,000 a year the high degree, of safety afforded I
with $3,800,000 to go to the old ag This new flow of money will bring;
pensions, balance to schools. l I more adequate ,home financing resources -
Re-enactment of the seventh cent I i to this community. Our long
gasoline tax, with half of the revenue -!. term loans, under new policies whichgo r
to go to schools, half to go told immediately into effect are lib-
age pensions. eral enough to attract the home own-
Revision of laws governing the er of good credit standing.'" R 4 i (' i

citrus fruit business of Florida. At a meeting of the shareholders: I.(j
Abolition of poll, tax payment as I of the new Association held last .. "
a requirement for voting. ;' Friday, the following persons were \ rt 4, : .: '
Setting up of a teachers' pension named directors: J. M. Couse, E. E. ... .1 L
fund, expected to cost the stat I Kelly, F. D. Duff, Jay W. Moran,
$200,000 a year.Establishment. W. C. Owen.
of a state old age Mr. Duff was elected President of
insurance system, calculated to return the Association, Mr. Couse, Vice : q ; .
to the state 90 percent of, the President, Mr. Owen, Secretary and .z\;: \ ;,i, r ;: ,
amount now collected by the federa Mr. Moran, Treasurer.The .
government for this purpose withou new Association, at this time, L_ t. .." .. ,I""
any increase in payments by employers has funds on hand available to loan \

or employees. to; anyone wishing to buy or build
Killing the bill to establish brand] their own home in Clewiston. Detaild -
betting offices for race tracks, whicl information concerning a loan or e
was scheduled to bring in from $!,- investment possibilities afforded by

000,000 to $1,500,000 a year in rev he: new Federalized Association may 60p461F 6ASOUN LUBRICATES. UPPER CYLINDER_ and VALVES
enue. De obtained from any of the officersr [ iNAt \
Definitely outlawed slot machines; directors. Kew w a' "t INCREASES POWER SAVES WEAR ,. .
in Florida from October 1, whet -
present licenses will expire, in spite Aphasia y-
of last minute efforts of slot ma Aphasia is lack of speech. It may
chine interests to pass a "coin de be due to a local trouble, but is' = -
vice" bill.Retained. due to disorder in ...... . ':":..:....:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.
the 1-2 of 1 percent of usually the brain centers.a Very some often :-:; .,"i"i".. ......................"=.........................................;..'......'i"....;......;...........-'i"........"..."..."...".+*..'i"i"\"i"...*......**..'.;."i".......'i"i".........'i"........"...........:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..*:.*.:.
gross receipts tax. it is psychic or hysterical in its ::::s; :: ?
Doubled existing occupational license qause. It is this type of person +.;. \ .*:. :
taxes on individually owned who under great excitement snd- :ss; : .:..'i':.
and chain stores. denly regains the power to speak. .H._ ,
Allocated $3,800,000 a year to old It may be. due to a motor defect ;::: YOU NEED n
age pensions, dependent children which makes it impossible to speak .:...} '
so that one can be understood. ?; :' ;
Bad needy :: li
Sometimes, according to an author- :' ;:
Killed the entire building programfor ( f'
in the Star the 'i'.s' ; (; tty
would ity Washington ; 5 >'
state institutions, which ; ,
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patient becomes unable to recall : ; : ,
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have called for $1,414,000 outlay sounds Aphasia may be due 'i"; :' ':,':.:.1... '/.,'.-..':'' THE lEWISTON ,r, ., '":it ;: : ..:...:. ,-'"::,
the next two
during years. to an abscess or tumor on the :::::: : :) :
for the next ,:
Set the millage levy ''
brain, or a rupture of a blood 'i.: r U
two years at a maximum of 3 5-8 vessel. It may be due to some form :::: <

mills. of paralysis. or toxemia. +....i N'EW'S
Failed to pass the drivers' license .:..!'
'j, t n
and state highway patrol bills. ii >,
FREE! If excess acid causes you ::: .
Increased appropriations higher .' t \ ; n. ( .:.
Stomach Ulcers Gas Pains, In'di.H :, '
than have been before in state'shistory. '<; C ., ,
they 14
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gestion; Heartburn, Belching, Bloatng : : ; ) U
Nausea; get free sample doctor's 'i' ; ;: : ,
inscription, Udga- at Alston's Drug ::::.: :,I'":'.:' .(ge e GQ: : .-" :":' .- .., ::_ :;::
'tore.' 'i' ; .:...
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page .:..: ; We,need the people of the Glades as readers and pat :::;:
stantial reductions in prices and rons, but, honestly, friends, don't you think you need'us, :;:::

;,'r these pu1.. .ic.savings are passed on to the 7Ittami.H::: also? You have the best of it, we confess that, for you ::_;:_:;:' ,

'. Sightseeing tours include all of .:t::..::: can get along without us and, we cannot get along without :::;:
beautiful Washington, its great pub- y
lic buildings, parks, foreign embas- ..H't'. you. We know that you CAN get along without us, so :::::

sies, etc. uptown, midtown and low- 't"....:.: therefore we are going to try to fix it so you will need us. ':!:::
; er New York, RCA Building, NBC ... ...y
: Studios, etc. Atlantic City's famous '{..; ':'.s'.s.

t amusement pier, great hotels and 't..':: business is YOU the -to collect :::=:
r board walks, with the great and near ': ..s to give news

great from all over the world. should I 1 ''i..i't'.:..'.:. items of interest, write them, put them in type and print :ft:,
(, be seen by all southerners. .
(" Mr. Perry further pointed out 9 tip ......:' them and deliver them to you. We try also to EXPLAINthe r: I

that in taking these Coast Line Vacation .:..: of and to
.:.. news, to point out the meaning occurrences ::::::
Trips one is relieved of the .
f.I bother of making individual hotel ..s....:: give you our opinion on them, leaving it to you to decide :::;:

reservations, sightseeing arrange- 1 ...t.:.......: who and what is right. It takes WORK to do this, and :!::i: '
: ments, etc. Too, the' cost of making
the same trip in any -other way ..:...... the work ought to be paid for; therefore we ask for your ::::::

would be much greater, as the prices .:.... **
... CASH subscriptions.
have been reduced to the minimum .t..: '....'
L due to the special rates which the .t..t...:: .:..t..
I, Atlantic Coast Line has been successful ...:
;" in obtaining from the hotels and .H In the schools and churches there are things you want :::;:

(. sightseeing companies. Stop at theflctGtVctttieia 't".; the halls that :::::
: While: each trip is sold individually ::: : to know about; things happen in town are ii

k. Mr. Perry added that it is the :;_: YOUR concern and that you should know about; likewise .::*:::

:. organize plan of the group Atlantic movements Coast, enabling Line to :.i.i::; in the county court house. The government officials have .:Y.I.:::tsi:

friends to go together, thus enhanc- 312 S. E. SECOND AVENUE 'H announcements for you that can best get to you through ::::
ing the pleasure of vacation. ::::: .
All Outside Roams WithPrivate :::: the newspaper.We. I i

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Overlooking Biscayne Bay ..H.. IT-WE WANT TO RECEIVE IT. We offer it, and shall If;

ness of its policy and management. *'**
it. : :
be to
Under the new plan the associa-J i Two blocks to Shops, Theatre and .::: happy ,'," .... ::.:
tion will mutual :s: ;
operate strictly as a Business Section. : V i.
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organization, privately managed by
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r its officers as before. Earnings will HATES .:..: o e@9 .?.':* '
I be distributed ,equally to all share- t. r .....s.. ._I''

holders, in proportion to what they $1.50 Single j .. '
,have paid in, Mr. Duff said. i

'',': "Federal savings and loan associations $2.50 Double 's.:;::: 'The Clewiston News
were provided! for by Congressin '.'.
t. order to make local thrift and: .:..; '
Special & :
Family Weekly
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r home fiaan ing facilities availablein I II Monthly Rates :: .:..i.
I every community under the most s : .H.
I favorable conditions," said Mr. Duff. S. D. McCREARY, Proprietor :::j .o:

t,' "This required a plan under which .;:..''.... .. ... ..... ........ .. .. .... ............... .. ......:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:..:N f-:NNMNN1.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:--:..:..:..:..:..:.
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