The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00635
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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 18, 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
oclc - 33429955
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System ID: UF00028415:00635
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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!, DELINQUENT tAXI Large Sale Of- LandIn I' MORLEY WINS OVER I Meredith Shows Movies I-k K.( THROUP NAMED

To Kiwanis MembersZerney
County To Welles


I A deed was filed in the court Meredith furnished most of I

SIGNED INTO LAW house Tuesday representing the sale TENNIS TOURNAMENT the entertainment at the weekly DRAiNAGE BOARD
I of 38,023 acres of land west of luncheon meeting of the Kiwanis
state highway 164 to the Hendry Club held Wednesday evening at the

t MEASURE PROVIDES PUBLIC county line and south from the Sea- By Z. G. MEREDITHIn Clewiston Inn. The entertainment NEW OFFICER REQUIRED IN
board Air Line to the north line of a match which was filled with consisted of the showing of various ACT PASSED BY THELEGISLATURE
r township 45, a distance of 9 miles, both surprises and brilliant playing moving picture films which Mr.
;'1 : from Consolidated Naval Stores Gordon Mobley finally won out over I Meredith has made from time to
The board of commisioners of
, : Company of Florida to B. F., Welles, Coburn Moore in tho finals of the time. Several: of them were from a
A broad-termed plan for redeem
, jr., of Arcadia. This is by far the City Tennis Tournament, by ,the trip North last summer, and many the Everglades Drainage District
ing delinquent tax certificates and' largest single tract of land to change score of 2-6, 8-6, 6-2: showed local scenes. Some of them Tuesday appointed K. N. Throup
restoring property to active taxpaying taken during the period following treasurer of the district under the
ownership in this territory since I At the beginning of the match were
capacitY'became law as Gov. Fred the six inch rain just a provisions of the new Everglades
boom days. The deal was handledby Coburn it seemed, had made up his year ago
Cone signed an act of the 1937 legis- C. J. Kirk. mind to show everyone that he intended when( practically all of LaBelle and Drainage District bill which has

. lature. The law proyides for redemp- 111'Velles has ordered all pas- to win the Singles Crown and some of the low-lying sections of just been signed by the' governor. '
tion of tax certificates at I Throup has been the accountant for
delinquent ture fences belonging to various played such a brand of tennis that Clewiston were under water.
, public sale, with the tax claim settled other cattle owners removed from there was little doubt in anyone'smind I The Clewiston Kiwanis Club is to the district; the office of treasurer
for the highest bid. be at the national Kiwanis formerly had fallen upon the state
t! I his newly acquired land and says but that he would accomplishthat "
[ The house finance and taxation ; Convention which is being treasurer vho was ex-officio member
he plans to use it for a cattle range. end. With his drives landing
committee drafted the bill as a sub- At present he is engaged in discing deep in each corner he completely ; held in Indianapolis, next week. Gideon of the board. i

stitute for another sponsored by and planting grasses that will make outplayed Mobley to breeze throughthe H. Brown will attend as dele- The only other positive action of

Representatives Rogers of Browardand good feed for stock. About 600 acres:! first set at 6-2. ; gate from the local Kiwanis group. the board was that of extending until -

Dishong of DeSoto. The Senate have already been cut. Eventually Begining the first set Mobley 'Mr. Brown, who was married last November" 16th, 1937, the time

passed the house bill in lieu of a when the land is all fenced and other -I I! started by taking the first game at Sunday, is taking his bride with him given for redemption of delinquenttax
corresponding proposal by Senator on a honeymoon trip'''that has been certificates for 1934 and prior
work completed Mr. Welles, plansto love. Coburn then seemed to have
I Murphy of Zolfo Springs.A turn several thousand head of I found his stride and took the next, planned to include the Conventionand years.
declaration of policy in ,the bill cattle onto the range. five games before dropping the its many social features.CONSTRUCTION The remainder of the time was
asserts taxes now are delinquent' on seventh to Mobley on his service. Co- spent in discussion of the"new bill.
J, E. Beardsley, Clewiston, memberof
property with an assessed value of with love
burn then came through a
$97,000,000. State officials said today game to end the first set at 6-2. the board, attended the meetingand
they did not know the: amountof MRS. Do A. McGEACHY I The first four games of the sec- I gives as examples of the pro-
actual taxes delinquent but there visions of the new law a comparison
ond set went to Coburn in quick
were estimates as high as $50,000000. ,- I of taxes on land in and adjacentto
in each FOR SUMMER
DIED HERE FRIDAY order losing only one point BEGUNThe Clewiston. The new law was
game. It semed that after this kindof !I
"Outstanding tax certificates and passed to comply with provisions of
I playing and with only two more
the RFC loan recently granted to
omitted levied taxes
subsequent or
Mrs. Jennie Mae wife games to go, nothing would prevent work of remodeling the
land instances the district and among other things
said In
against many !
Coburn from winning the Singles Kettl house on Arcade Avenue was
the actual value of of David A. McGeachey, died at her I makes provision for the levying of
greatly exceed I[ here Crown of the city of Clewiston, begun this week by J. F. Tippey,
such lands," reads a section of the home Friday night after an I which incidently is the first tennis contractor. The house will be made taxes according to a new zoning 'of
legislative act which Governor Cone illness of several months. Although the land within the district. Lots in
I I in
tournament ever participated by into a duplex, with one apartment
Clewiston, stated Mr. Beardsley,
signed. into law. I I Mrs. McGeachey was seriously ill Coburn. Everyone who watched the upstairs. The remodelling will con-
The Plan which under the old law were taxed
Redemption and no hope was held for her recov- match as it had progressed so far, sist of erecting an outside stairway,
redeem this land the $1.50 acreage tax and 1 mill a'd?
to ,
As ,a plan
her condition did not become immediately had already conceded Coburn the removing the inside stairway and
valorem' tax, will be taxed only 30
in brief
bill provides, : ,
critical until Friday. She match. However, strange things can adding a new. bathroom and several
than two cents under the law which has just
Tax '
i sank rapidly and the end came I happen in athletic contest of any windows. When completed there will
old will be offered for sale gone into effect.. Land near Clewis-
years peacefully about 10:30 that night. kind and that something did happen.. be a large apartment of five rooms
at public auction by the clerk of I ton :will also have reduced taxes, $1
Mrs. McGeachey, who was Jennie Mobley took the next three games, and bath downstairs and four rooms
written per acre in zone 1, varying to 30
circuit court applica-
upon Mae Smith before her marriage, was fifth, sixth and seventii-the fifth with bath and entrance hall up-
tion by person, regardless of cents per acre in zone 3.
any and sixth both at love-mak'ing the stairs. I
born on July 29th, 1887 in Schenec-
S 'whether the if the The commissioners also had an
he is owner, cer-
'I tady, New York. She was the' daughter score 4 games to 3 with Coburn still Mr. Tippey has just completed the I of
discussion of the place
I extended
held the state.
tificates are by
of William Henry and Emily leading. The eighth game Coburn construction or'a large equipmentshed I
,r with bondholders com-
Notice of the pending sale must
',Jf'l., Peterson Smith. Her :youth was spentin took 'on his own service as he seemed for the Clewiston Motor Com- [
mittee with reference to a settle-
be for three weeks and
? published
.J.' 'I New York state. to ,have halted, temporarily at. pany. This building was nicely designed -
the district's bond obligations -
ment of
written notice must be sent to the
I "
I least the attack which Mobley' had to, conform to
Later she came to Florida and resided triangular
last-known address of the recorded on the basis provided by' the
in Tampa, where in December started, thereby bringing the score! lot on which it is located, and the
RFC loan requirements.
of the land involved.
owner 1922 she and Mr. McGeachey were up to 5 games to 3, only one game, grounds are being landscaped to add
When the tax certificate sale is
married. They continued to live in from the championship! to its attractiveness. Extensive re
held, the certificate is sold for the Christian Endeavor Girls
Tampa until in 1931 Mr.' McGeacheywas Then came the ninth game whichin modelling on the interior of the
highest cash 'bid. If the land owner employed by the Southern Sugar the mind of the writer was the Clewiston Motor Company main

(Continued on Page 8) I : Corporation in the 'office of the deciding game of" the match. With building has been ,completed, and Plan To Attend, Meeting

commissary department, and they Mobley serving and taking the first the offices are the most modern and

Meteor Seen Over came to Clewiston to live. two points, Coburn stiffened, and attractive in town. Delegates from the Clewiston

Funeral services were held at the evened the score at 30-all-only two The renovating and remodellingof Community Church's Christian Endeavor -

LaBelle On Monday B. Marion Reed Funeral Home in points to go to win the match! With the old Watanabe Hotel building Society have completed their

Tampa Sunday afternoon, with Rev. the gallery tense and wondering just for use of the Clewiston '''Emergency plans for the trip and the six girls

I Harry A. Day of the Boulevard Bap- what the outcome of these next two I Hospital is nearing, completion by a selected-Misses Willie V. Hooker,

A large ball of silvery white light tist Church conducting the services. points would be, Mobley began to crew of workmen under the 'supervision Christine Bell, Maxine Doty, Betty

j in the heavens in size and bright- The chapel of the funeral home was find his stride. With his back'' to the I of Fred Henriksen. The building Bailey, Marie Robbins and Roberta

ness resembling the full moon, with filled with beautiful flowers sent by wall and fighting an uphill battlehe I is now being painted and in a Spicer-will practice in a dedicatory
'I sorrowing friends and relatives. The whipped over an Ace which Co- few weeks will be ready for occu-1 service at the Church Sunday eve
\ a tail emitting' sparks of iridescent pianist was Mrs. John Emerson of, burn was unable to touch. With the pancy. The remodelling has trans- ning. The six Lake, Harbor delegates

lights like a million glittering dia- Brooksville, sister. of Mr. McGeachey, score at 40-30 in his own favor Mob- formed the entire first floor of the I have also been invited to take part in

monds was the unusual sight that I and the pall-bearers were all broth-, ley brought his game up to par by building; walls have been plastered' the service.

rewarded early risers or late goers- ers-in-law of the deceased. Interment beautifully passing Coburn, on the the partitions changed, an outside I The funds for the conference trip

to-bed early Monday morning.It I was in Evergreen Cemetery. next point making the score 5 games stairway to the upper floor providedand have been raised by the Society with
,During her six years' residence in l to 4' with Coburn, still leading. With other details, which will make, II i the cooperation of many interested
was shortly before 3 a. m. when I Clewiston, Mrs. McGeachey: endeared victory so close and then not being it an ideal building for hospital pur( citizens, and members of the groupare

James ',Newcomb at work in his bakery :- herself to all who knew her by able to put over the winning point, I poses. very appreciative of the help that

here noticed a bright light In her unselfish nature and her strong, it seemed that Coburn sensing that Carpenters are also at work build has been given to their undertakings.

his back yard. As the night was very; courageous character.In victory was slipping rrom his grasp I ing an addition to the Shuck house I Attendance at the conference is a

} dark and there was. no moon he addition to her husband, D. A. became nervous and could no longer which was recently purchased by part of the year's program of the

thought it must be ,the headlights :McGeachey, of Clewiston, the de- find the, shots leaving his racket as Miss Mignonne St. Martin. A large Endeavor and is' not looked upon as

p of a car turned, in that direction. ceased is survived by three sisters, they had been doing up to that time. wing will provide additional space a treat for the delegates who at-

@ Stepping outside to investigate he i:Mrs. N. B.' Wheeler of Panama City, On the other hand Mobley seemedto and the interior is being arrangedto tend. They have been selected to

could see no oar, but i(was so light :Mrs. D. A. :Miller of Tampa, and gain more confidence and took make this into a modern attrac- carry on this particular part of the

that he could easily distinguish Miss Grace Smith of New York City, more chances, making placementsafter tive, home. work, and to bring back from Con-

houses in the next block. It was then and two brothers, William Cady placements, and greatly improving Mr. Tippey states that during the ference help for the Society's year-

he discovered that the light was Smith of Schenectady and Cyrus Earl his service. Thus he took summer he will also build an addi- ly work. For this reason the, driveto

coming from this large luminous ball Smith of Scotia, New York. I the tenth'and eleventh games losing tion, to the home of Dr. and Mrs.J. raise funds was made by the

I J in the skies. i only three points and making the W. Ezelle.F. group. .
The meteor. wasn't traveling swiftly MISS RUTH KNIGHT ON I score 6 games to 5 with Mobley Mrs, W. C. Owen and Mrs.: J. W.

across the skies as most meteorsdo F. S. C. AV. HONOR ROLL leading for the first time during the i Ezelle will take the girls to the
but was moving rather slowly match, with the exception of having Conference, which opens Monday.
following a course from southwest Tallahassee, June 17.--=Approbation taken the first game of the matchat .

to northeast. A period of about 6 or list or honor roll for the second love. Dropping the next game on : COMMUNITY:: CHURCH .,SERVICES
I 7 seconds elapsed from the time -semester which ended'' recently at Coburn's' service evened the score at I Tallahaassee, June 17 (FNS) ..-- 'I

I Mr. Newcomb first saw it until it Florida State College for Womenwas '6-all. The thirteenth game was hot- Although the winter term at, the Sunday 'School-9:45 a. m.

i disappeared from view over the hori announced today by RegistrarS. ly contested and deuced several times Florida State College for Women Church services-7:45 p. m. '

'. zon. During its passage the tail of R. Doyle. Three hundred ten stu- before Mobley finally broke throughto does not commence until September Christian Endeavor-Ionday. S

the meteor was breaking:; off bit by dents including 11 with 15 or more take' it. With his game steadily 13, officials reported this week that p. m.
bit scattering brilliant diamond like hours of "A" were placed on the list improving Mobley won the last gameof reservations have been received for I Junior Christian Endeavor-Wednesday -

sparks as they fell. Then, several at this time. the second set dropping only two all available dormitory space which 3:30 p. m. .

seconds after, it N disappeared from On the approbation list which is points and therefore winning the provided accommodations for 1105 There will be a special dedicatory

view there was a loud explosion followed the equivalent of a "B" average or second set at .8-6. I students. _Several hundred additional service' at the Community Church
by a' low rumbling as of distant 'better were: 171 students from the After a few minutes intermission students find rooms in private this Sunday evening for the dele-

I thunder as the ,meteor must College"of Arts and Sciences; 94 between the second and third sets homes. The total enrollment last gates who are to attend the Chris-
have struck the earth. from the School 'of Education; 32 i Mobley started by winning the first term was 1823. Officials stated that tian Endeavor Conference at Cocoa-
of the third set losing only one changes will provide a few additional Rockledge. All members of the
Mr. Newcomb was not the only one from the School of Home Economics, game
who witnessed the strange phenomenon and 13 from the School of Music. point. For a while it seemed that dormitory accommodations between church, friends and the public gen-
; here-J. A. Williams, who lives Clewiston student making the the third set would' be a long and now and the opening, September erally are invited and welcomed, to

0 just west of LaBelle, saw it from his honor roll was; Ruth Knight, junior, hard fought set for Coburn came I 13.Mrs. this service. If the 'anew minister can-
bedroom window which faces the College of Arts and Sciences. back to win the second and third I not arrive in time' for the service,

east. He also heard the sound as of games to make the score '2 games to I M. C. Johnson who spent the Dr. W. G. Kennedy of Fort Myers

an explosion and the rumbling af Mrs. J. L. Scott of Weirsdale, sister 1. Mobley it seemed, sensed that he winter here with her daughter Mrs.A. plans to conduct it.

t. terwards. The same is attested to by Tof Mrs. Gratton George, is visiting had no feeble opponent whom he R. Broadfoot and family left this
New Meeks and Tex Phillips who in the George home here. Thurs- could afford; to let down with, so week for' her home in Lansing, Mrs. D. A. Miller and daughter

,witnessed it all from Bridge streetas day she and Mr. George motored to playing the brand of tennis that is Michigan. She was joined In Fort Miss Wilma, of Tampa are visiting

they were going home from work. Arcadia to visit Mrs. George who is I expected of ,a winning champion, he Myers by her son, Lee, who made :Mrs. Miller's brother-in-law, D. A.

, LaBelle News. at present in the hospital there. (Continued on Page 3) the return trip with her. McGeachey.

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Male Ostrich Builds Nest Little Tommy Is
Odd but. True I
In Trouble
-' Again
There are no ostrich divorces; .
A tree that will grow eight when they marry they marry for t
varieties of apples has been life. Their nest is no" more thana With the Great Outdoors beckon- *l t
Cun/iemt developed by a St. Paul, hollowed-out place in the sandor ing to Tommy, he found .it hardto

Minn., woman. loose.soil. Nest-building is done concentrate on his last exam. ,
Miniature paintings so tiny by the male. He lies on his breast to wit:
that twenty of them will fit and kicks the sand out backwardand Gladiators are iron things that
on a postage stamp have been sidewise, thus scooping outa give out heat.Aristocrats.
executed by an ex-Guardsman, saucer-shaped hole in the sand are people'who per-
working entirely with his naked about four: feet in diameter 'and form on the stage.A .
by &Uuu/td ID.( Pick ten inches deep in the center. In Sextant is a man who digs
eye.Counting bees by wireless is this the female deposits her eggs, graves.
Western Newspaper Union. the practice of American apiar usually about 10 to 15. One egg isI I Herrings travel in the sea in

Duke and Wally Married houses now show signs of splitting' ists. A 'microphone is installedat laid every alternate day. shawls.
into regional and economic blocs, the entrance to the hive, and An ostrich egg ,weighs between The Gulf Stream is composed of
by England's Rebel Parson which is exactly what he was afraidof. as each bee crosses the thresh- three and four pounds and con- warm currants.
"I BECAME the hand of God and Biggest wedge in forcing' the old it picks up its buzz and tains as much food as two or three Cereals are stories which last
am carrying out God'sWIll," split among the 'party ranks was, of transfers the sound to an auto- dozen ordinary eggs. It is said several weeks.Barbarians .
the Rev. R. Anderson Jardine, the course, the President's bill for the matic counting device. that 30 minutes is required to are things used to
"poor man's parson," told his Darlington reorganization of the Supreme court. soft-boil them. make a bicycle run smoothly.

congregation This led a long list of bills, many of
', at Durham, England them expected to evoke heated con-
upon his re- troversies in congress, which threat- Americans Are Not Accustomed to Foiling CounterfeitersTo

turn from Chateau ened to postpone adjournment to the Most of Leisure TimeIt prevent successful counter-
de Cande, in Monts, Making
mid winter. Indeed, it was feiting, many engravers of securi-
France. There he believed by some that if part of the ties frequently insert ingenious
v..1. :.' had married Edward program were not postponed, this is not true that reduction of fectively for our own betterment.Most "mistakes" that are virtually be-
.. r, duke of Windsor session would run continuously into working time in the last. several of us are insanely extrava- yond detection. These marks, a
and Mrs. Wallis the next, beginning in January. decades has made leisure auto- gant with the time known as different set for 'each engraving,
Warfield, in the re- Besides the Court bill, there are matically advantageous; for leisure. are recorded and never disclosed,
ligious ceremony of to be acted upon measures for the with the greater: increase of the Instead of using it to store up an not even to the corporation owning ,
the Church of England establishment of wage and hour time not absolutely necessary to authentic happiness for ourselvesby the issue.-Collier's Weekly. \ I
y despite the dictum standards for interstate industries, earning a living, there have come riding a worth while hobby, .
Duchess of the churchof the curtailment of tax dodging, reorganization I inventions which are especially reading truly great ,works of lit- -
Windsor that the history- of the executive branchof adapted to consumption of this erature, or in kindred pursuits, Cycle Chain
making couple be denied the rites. the government, helping farm leisure time, to wit, the radio we devote entirely to much at- The 800,000 people of Copenhagen I
Married earlier in the same day tenants, conservation of soil, water and the movies. tention to mere "time killers" Denmark, ride 350,000 bi- :
in a civil ceremony performed by power resources and housing. And the augmentation of the Minds are' like the muscles of cycles. During rush hours, the '
the mayor of Monts, the Duke and periods not necessarily given to the arms or the legs. Used con- streets are so crowded that each

"Wally" left on their honeymoonand Congress, Under Pressure, working has created the problem stantly, they develop and become rider steadies himself by placinghis
are now at Wasserleonburg cas- not of how to use leisure but how'to strengthened. Never used, they hand on the shoulder of the
tle in lower Austria. Passes Work Relief Bill use it properly and most ef- become flabby and atrophied. one next to him \vhen traffic halts.
Sixteen principal guests were A DMINISTRATION leaders, from
present in the chateau when Mayor the President down, "turnedthe
Mercier; pronouncing the, English heat" on the rebellious mem-
names with difficulty, and speakingin bers of the house, and the latter sul- 4 1
French, performed the civil lenly gave in and passed the billion O I kit
ceremony and pronounced the duke and a half dollar work relief bill P

and Wallis man and wife. Vicar about as Mr. Roosevelt and Harry W .
Jardine, who had volunteered his Hopkins wanted it. One after an-
services, recited the solemn reli- other the restrictive amendments
gious rites as prescribed by the earmarking $505,000,000 of the total
church, the duke placed the ringon for projects of a solid type, flood
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4f/> checked. His voice was never 4 von Bomberg with the Firestone patented f STANDARD
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the regular airline course. So a ;mock combat off Naples. The THAT last year highway accidents cost can values give because you all these extra 5.50.17. 1.50
shattered was the plane that the grand fleet of 150 warships sum- the lives of more than 38,000_ men,Women Standard Tires bunt 6.25.16. 15.65
and children are
largest single piece of debris moned ,for the maneuvers went
wasa OIMfS Proportionately-Law
THAT a million more were injured! in such large quantities
part of a propeller. Bodies of all through their exercises at a mini-
THAT more than 40,000 of these deaths thatgreatsavingsaremadeand
aboard were buried 25 to 50 feet mum speed of 30 miles an hour. injuries were caused directly! by in production. .
in The German registered punctures, blowouts and skidding due to t
the drifts of snow. delight
unsafe tires? Don't drive another day
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to have been aboard the ship, to him every phase of the sham r dangerous and may cause an s -
a guard was placed around the battle. Italian officers boasted: "On .j accident. Join the Firestone
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search, revealed how close the air Eric Drummond, that Italy accepted punctures more susceptible, blowouts to protection skidding, punctures against
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"If they had just been flying 25 feet British proposals to assure the safe-

,. higher," he said, "they might have ty of international naval patrols off BRAKE LINING
made it over the peak and possibly Spain. It was understood that the SEAT COVERS BATTERIES

reached safety." Nazis had tendered the same ap- Avallablelncool fiber. Attractive. : Power and :::;
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an overwhelming Democratic consult each other on measures to I.'Z .
landslide last November, Charles be taken if any of their patrol ships t'fl'; Jk
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I t Lesson for June 20 PSYCHOLOGIST sent a list Uncle Sam's check for that next Maurois.purpose :r j

A installment I look
I of questions to be answeredto are
JOSEPH'S KINDNESS TO HIS backward to what I'm sure was lantry and
KINDRED a certain number of men requesting -
them to tell all the'queer" the golden age of our genera- enne.We look j

LESSON TEXT-Genesis 46:1.7, 28.30; :50: things about their tion.It we loose the
2426. was the decade that began soon liam Lyon
GOLDEN TEXT-And be ye kind one to wives. He got practically all after the turn of the century and Youth is
another, tenderhearted, forgiving one another just now it is 'j
even as God for Christ's sake hath his lists back with the questions ended with 1914. "" volity.-G. K. ::

forgiven you. Ephesians 4:32. fully answered.He Kings lolled se- ',1
Saw His V WNU Service. <
PRIMARY TOPIC-When Joseph curely on comfy
sent to the same number of '
Father Again. thrones and dicta- '
/' JUNIOR TOPIC-Joseph Honoring His Fa wives a list of questions regardingthe torships in strong t.. ',

'1! G('t: Kindness INTERMEDIATE in the Family.AND SENIOR TOPIC r .. about queer the i rhus-things nations of.Without were. undreamed f'. I Charming Panel

YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOPIC. bands. The replies shakingthe to Crochet I (

Mutual Helpfulness in the Family. {? from the wives were foundations of ,
and enthu- .
"profuse :
;. A happy ending-yes! Modern siastic." the Teddy financial Rooseveltwas temple, cents in stamps or coins ( ::

writers may look with disfavor on He then sent a list filing the alligator : preferred) to The Sewing coins:1-:1:

A. it (and perhaps rightly so, for mostW to the husbands ask- teeth of. preda- y a.x y.Y4vtj slrS Household Arts Dept., 259 ;

of them write about life apart from ing them to write tory wealth. Irvin S. Cobb Fourteenth St., New York, N. Y. :1
fellowship with God) but to those down the queer ,1.
People laughed at
who trust God and who seek his about them- i
things j
.. the mad suggestion that there could
will, the story of life has a bright selves, and received ever be another great war-let :
and joyful conclusion.But A practically no re alone a world war. :
someone may object that the Dr. Barton plies. The list sentto With in '' : ,j
suffrage prospect, women :
lesson for today closes with the last the wives asking naawa '.
were going to purify politics.
words of the book of Genesis, whichare them to put down the queer things Taxes were a means unto an end ttmon il 1
"a coffin in Egypt. Is that a -
about themselves was likewise practically and not the end of our means. ::1tQ1 j :i
? It is, because even
happy ending unanswered.You Standards of living climbed faster

that forbidding emblem of death and I know, as did the psy- than did the costs of living. -
faith toward the day when
pointed in chologist also, that we really magnify Millions actually believed; that, if
God was to keep his promise and the "queernesses" or the faultsin prohibition by law ever became effective .

bring his people into the promisedland. others, and belittle or even fail drunkenness would end and Acquiring Charm -1 1I

to see the queernesses or faults in crime decrease.Yes I "No woman ever acquired .':
around the last
Our lesson centers
ourselves. I'm sure those were indeed charm by means of concentrated i.
of our patriarchs, Joseph, and his the There's the charm of Grandmother's attention '
happy days-the era when the upon the 'subject of her- :
and his fami- Look at Ourselves.
his father
kindness to
time in this lacy panel- "
Twentieth Century limited started self. -Emily Post. .
ly. The highest official in the land Now for most'of us it does us running and W J. Bryan stopped. inset, a luxurious bit of dress-up :

of, Egypt (save for Pharaoh him- good to take a look at ourselves for your "best" bedspread! In
self) proves his inherent greatnessby jhysically. Are we getting too string it measures 24 by 35 inches,

forgetting position and power, heavy? Are we sitting, standing or Synthetic Imitations.WE but goes quickly, for the back- t
except as they enable him to be a walking in the erect position? Are STOPPED at a wayside sta- ground is in lace stitch. It would IiiColeman USES

'loving son and brother. We consider we getting enough sleep? Are we advertising pure orange also be effective as a door panel.
his kindness as it is centered in his working too hard? Are we playing juice; there's one every few rods. The stunning panel running length-

devotion to God, shown forth in enough or too much? Are we putting Next to autograph hunters, orangesare wise of the bolster may also serveas .'

thoughtful provision for others, expressed into life and taking out of it all the commonest product of Cali- a scarf. Crochet this beautiful AIR-PRESSURE "

in affectionate deeds, andas we should if we have good health fornia. design of humble, durable stringor Mantle -;
it imparted itself by faith to oth: and a good average mind? Do we The drink was the right color. in finer cotton' for smaller pan-

ers.I.. get; along, well with other people? But there didn't seem to be any els. In pattern 5790 you will find LANTERNUse

Founded on Fellowship (Gen. I' believe this little look at and orange in it. ,The best you could detailed instructions and charts your Colemanin

46:1-4)). into ourselvesintrospectionlooking say for it was that probably its for making the panels shown; illustrations hundreds of places
where ordinary
Jacob, having heard from his sons at our very thoughts and whywe mother had been badly frightenedby of the panel and of is useless.an Use it for II)
that Joseph was in Egypt, and hav- an after-dark chores, huntit
will makeus orange.I the stitches used material
think and do things, ; re ,
ing fishing or on any
learned of their
thus treachery
-t' ing better men and women, better made inquiry, and an expert quirements.To night job it turns
and deceit, came at last to realize into day. Wind,
told roadside night
and better citizens. me some obtain this pattern send 15
neighbors, can't put nit
ram or snow
that his beloved Joseph is alive. He
many, some-were peddlingan out.High candle-power
,, but However to the individual who is
has been urged to go to Egypt ,essence compounded of chemi- pressure light.
he hesitates about leaving Canaan. already looking at and into himself cal flavoring and artificial extracts Esteem of ManThe 'models.Kerosene The and finest gasoline made.

How shall he know whether to be- practically all the time, his thoughts because it kept better than the gen- esteem of wise and good men Prices as low as 54.45. '
lieve in and respond to 'Joseph's .in-, should be directed away from him- Your local dealer can
uine article.I is the greatest of all temporal en- supply you. Send post
vitation. He asks God, the One who self, to the outside world, to the thought America had reached : couragements to virtue; and it' is card for FREE Folders.

is the joy and center of Joseph'slife great life of'which we all form a tops in the gentle arts of substitu- a mark of an abandoned spirit to THE COLEMAN LAMP AND STOVE CO.
and of Jacob's as well, and he part. tion and adulteration when began have Dept.WU172, Wichita, Kan; Chicago, Dl.,
we no regard to it.-Burke. Philadelphia Pa.; Los Angela,Calif. (6172)
has his answer. Thus the individual whose thoughtsare making pumpkin pies out of

Real family life and devotion cen- busy all day long and much of squash and maple syrup out of corn

ter around a mutual fellowship with the night-thinking, planning, wor- stalks and buckwheat flour out ofa

God. There may be little else to' rying-should remember that his low grade of sawdust-anyhow, it WHY IS MY NEW

share, but "little is much when body and brain are like the batteryin tastes like that-and imported Eng- FUR COAT LIKE A
God is in it." Has God been honoredin his car. The battery before it lish sole out of the lowly flounder / '
your home? Has He been made gets completely run down is re- and scallops out of skate fins. But

the center of family life? These are movd from the car at times and re when, in a land where a strong man

vital questions. charged. This recharging brings it couldn't tote a dollar's worth of

, II. Evidenced by Tboughtfolness up again. Similarly the brain-in a oranges on his back, there are par-
,i (vv. 5-7). sense-should be removed from the ties selling' synthetic imitations IT'S A PERFECT

Joseph had arranged for Pharaohto body by sleep or rest, so that the well, just let the East equal that SEAL!
send wagons to bring his aged brain itself and all the body proc- magnificent stroke of merchandising -
father, the women, and the little
esses it directs can get renewed or enterprise!
recharged. -
ones.Many men in our day glory in be- 0 Pr-rzobce
Poor Little Rich Men. LIP STYLI
ing "hard-boiled. In their relent- It ALt
Fast Be Dangerous. LET us take time off to pity the
less pursuit of fame and riches they Long May '
ignore and even trample on the There isn't any question but thata poor little rich man who owns a t
large but lonesome
members of their own families. fast day-doing without food for sea-going yacht.

They are ashamed of the broken an entire 24 hours-would be help- During the depression, the species

bodies, the a apparel, the un- ,ful to a great many individuals grew rare-there were money lords;

educated speech; of their parents, whether or not they are overweight.And then who hardly had one yacht to If your dealer cannot supply you,send
fearing lest their new-found friends for the overweight a fast day rub against another-but, with bet- EDGE JAR 20c with your dealer's name for Trial

." in the circle of wealth and position once a week or three times in two ter days, a fresh crop lines the PI 1:1 KO RUBBERS Package! of 48 genuine Pe-Ko Jar
@ may ridicule them. There is a crude weeks should be toasts. Rings; sent prepaid.
one simple way No matter how rich the ,""'
but apt expression that describes, owner "
of getting rid of some surplus fat,
such "stuffed feels he must use his floating pal-
as shirts.
because if no food is eaten the body {mi
III. Manifested to Love (vv. 28-30). must have a definite amount of foodto ace. He may be content with a United States | Rubber'Company
Joseph kissed leis father whom he saucer of processed bran and two' "-;; :
had gone out to meet, and held him keep itself going and so uses dyspepsia tablets, but no yacht crew United Stales Rubber Products,Inc., Room 606,1790 Broadway, New York
some of the surplus fat on the body
close and wept for joy. Again he yet ever could keep soul and body
for this .
showed his true greatness by being purpose.Dr. together on anything less than dou- Being Cautious Is Irksome Incivility
his natural self. Thomas Addis, L. J. Poo, and ,ble sirloins. So he goes cruising_ When one reaches the age of A moral, sensible and well-bred

We are not all demonstrative in W. Lew, in the Journal of Biological and gosh, how he does dread it! discretion, he frequently wishes he man will not affront me, and no

showing our affection. Furthermore, Chemistry, tell of their experi- didn't have to exercise it. J other can.Cowper.FOR .
would not for ments on two large groups of albino
we plead more of that Problems on Wheels.
sham public expression of affection rats, of similar ,age, sex, and body A MERICA'S newest problem
which distasteful to weight; one group was used imme- goes I
is so rightthinking on wheels. One prophet
diately as a "control" (normal con- says
people. But may we not suggest 1938 there'll be million
a trailers
dition, not fasting) and the second
that there is room for improvementin
and three million
our loving consideration for group was analyzed after a fast of people aboard
cur them. RogerBabson raises the ante TRY IT
seven days, during which only wa-
kindred. Let us ask ourselves how -within twenty years, half the population THAN YOU'VE
ter given.
long it is since we did somethingto was living in trailers and all the
show that we really love our The total protein of the entire roads clogged. EVER BAKED BEFORE

mother, our father, or a faithful body and most of the organs showeda So soon the trailer-face is recog-
wife, son, or daughter? How long decrease after this week of fast- nizable. It is worn by Mommer,
is it since you wrote home to mother ing. The liver lost 40 per cent of its riding along behind, while Popper

or went home to visit? protein, the stomach and intestines smiles pleasantly as he drives the __
IV. Imparted by Faith (50:24.26). 28 per cent the kidneys, heart and car in solitary peace-getting away _
Jacob had been gathered to his blood each about 20 per cent, the from it all. Have you noticed how

fathers; time had gone on its relentless muscle, skin and skeleton together many trailer widows there are already Find out why '
: way, and Joseph is about to 8 per cent, and the brain 5 per cent. ? millions prefer

,..A die. What shall be the heritage to This striking loss of protein from But as yet nobody reckons with this Special-

his family? Money, property, position the liver due to fasting shows that the chief issue: think of the increasing Blend of fine
? No; he leaves them something during fasting, in addition to giving mortality figures when the cooking fats to

infinitely more valuable-a forward-: up any sugar and fat stored up Incurable speed bug discovers that any other short-
looking faith that will keep alive in within it, the liver gives up a great not only may he continue to mow ening,regardless 0

their hearts' the expectation that amount of the material from which down victims with head-on assaults, of price! for 0
God will 'in due season bring them it is built or constructed.The but will garner in many who escaped -
frying, deep
, into their own land. Joseph had' point then for those who are his frontal attack by side- pan frying delicious
r r spent most of his years in Egypt, in good health and normal weightis swipes of the hitched-on monster cakes hot
t 'he had attained high position and that a fast of a day or two once that is swinging and lunging at his ,
breads .
i ,great honor, but he ''never lost his in a while can do no harm. But a rear like a drunken elephant. etc.l"

vision of the promised land. He longer period than one or two days IRVIN S. COBB.
imparts to them by faith that hope. may be harmful. -WNU Service.

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The Clewiston News Gomez and to institute appropriate I ending on the 31st day of October.
proceedings to adjudicate questions 1938. Said budget, among other
Russell Kay Goes After And Gets Plenty arising frbm his appointment. things, shows the amount of Unit

No.1 Debt Service Tax, Unit No. Z;
Published every Friday in Clewiston, Black Bass On Week-End Debt Service Tax, Unit No. 1 Maintenance -
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS TripTOO Ortona Locks Electrical Tax and Unit No. 2 Maintenance -

Inc Tax per acre necessary to bee l) t

LATE TO CI.JASSIFY3' Russell KayI Equipment Soon Ready levied upon the lands within said.

wonder if some of these enterprisin' coun- district for the year 1937.
Keathley Bowden, Editor try editors realize what a lot of damage they I The said budget is now on file

I can really do when they take their trusty type- Electricians in charge of the installation and may be examined at the office
writer in hand and pound out some seemingly
of the Secretary of the said districtat
of the electric motors for
Entered as second class mall -
harmless local story. Clewislon, Florida. The Board of
February 1, 1927, at the Post t: Dm in' the late legislative session I ,was operating the lock gates at the Or Supervisors of Sugarland Drainage

Office in Clewiston, Florida, under too busy: ploughin' thru a lot of political war tona Locks stated this week that the District will meet at 10:30 o'clock

jthe Act of March 3, 1897. r I news to pay very much attention to the local electrical equipment should all be I in the forenoon on the 28th day of

J items in state papers, but last week, with the installed) and the gates ready for June, 1937, at the office of the Secretary -

; legislature out of the way, I draped my hind electric operation by the Fourth of : of the district in Clewiston,
Subscription rate, $2.00 per year. legs over the corner of the desk and began nos- : July. Boats are now being locked
Florida for the
of hearing
Advertising rates on application. s. \ in' thru the weekly papers real careful to see I through by the slow method of hand purpose
what I could find. objections and complaints with respect -
Russell Kay operation.The to the said budget, and for the
Everything was alright until I picked up a
Devoted to the advancement and copy of the Moore Haven Democrat an' began readin a column of motors are housed in a build- purpose of transacting such other

welfare of.Clewiston and Hendry hair-raisin' narratives about a riot that was goin' on in Lake Okee- ing of sheet iron construction adja- business as may properly come before -

chobee between the fish and the fishermen that made the Spanish cent to the lock-tender's houso whichis said meeting.
War and the steel strike look like a peace conference. now under construction. The two. BYORDER( OF THE BOARDOF

Accordin' to editor Carr Settle, a guy just naturally took his larger motors, concise, effective un- SUPERVISORS OF SUGAR-

Stalin, iron-fisted dictatorof life in his hands when he ventured out on the lake with a light its built by General Electric, will op- LAND DRAINAGE DISTRICTBy

Joseph Russia is reportedly in castin' rod and a wooden minnow. The bass out there, he said, would erate the gates. Two smaller) units F. DEANE DUFFIts
Soviet flip their tails and the boat. They smashed tacklo
swamp : your will operate the light plant for light- President.
love with one of his subordinates.Even then played leap-frog over the lily pads and the grand
gave you
on June 11-18
In a dictatorship "the love bug- raspberry. ing the locks and the homes the ,

don't watch out." but that reservation and a. fifth motor will DATED this 9th day of June,
ell bite you if you Nobody a sissy kept any fish weighed less than ten
pounds and they were considerin' equippin' their boats, with trail- be used as a water pump. I 1937.

Joe Sears, Florida congressman, ers in order to bring back the day's catch. I Control houses are being' con-1-

:for 22 years, has been appointed an Well, I picked up a couple more papers and tried to read 'em, structed on either side of each gateto
associate member of the board of but it was no use., I just had to quit and 'go home and pack my house the hand-operating machinery -
,fish in' tackle in the car, get out my old clothes, bid the family a
veterans appeals. Sears goes to the! but only the two on the north
fond farewell and head in the general direction of Moore Haven.I .
veterans board on expiration of his side of the locks will be wired for
stopped in LaBelle where I found Kit Bowden humped overa
appointment as a U. S. tariff commissioner linotype grindin' out another mess of fish tales for readers of electrical control. Different from 'ROUND-TRIP So

the Hendry County News, and he swore the stories were all true the Moore Haven locks where both TICKETS

only the half hadn't ,been told! gates are operated from one control GOOD IN COACHESSOLD

;" A scanning of the exchanges indi- Red Edgerton of the Western Newspaper"Union blew into town room, the upper and lower gates '

cate that Floridians, as a whole, are about the same time I did and Mr., Settle arranged a fishin' trip will be operated separately at Or- EVERY DAY BETWEEN

better pleased with the 1937 legis- for us, sending his best linotype operator Pope along to act as host tona. This is necessary because of [ ALL ATLANTIC COAST LINE)

lature than with any previous ses- and turned us over to the best guide ,on the lake-a fellow named the great difference there between [ STATIONS WITHIN 125 MILES
Mack, who certainly knew his stuff. I STATION A T
sion in several years. Perhaps Governor the! upper and lower pools which pre- OF SELLING
We all piled in the car and started out to Jones Fishin' Camp, PRICES
Cone's policy of "you stay up- vents from boat GREATLY REDUCED
one operator seeing
where you get boats, kickers and block and tackle if necessary. On
:stairs and legislate and I'll stay traffic both up and down the river. STOP-OVERS ALLOWED
the way out there was a flock of bleery-eyed woods cows maintainin' -
downstairs and govern" worked out a: picket line on the highway. tried tq sneak around 'em but The difference now between the up- ASK THE AGENTJl1IOLE TICKET 0

to good advantage, after the legis- managed to collect enough heifer to put out one light and crumpleup per and lower pools is between ten .

lators 'got over the shock. a fender. and twelve feet depending on the

Well, Jones turned out to, be a regular guy. 'He had a bunchof tide which rises two feet in the lower -

DRIVING WHILE DRUNK ''nice clean boats and smooth runnin' kickers. It looked like pret- I! pool.It .

ty good fishin' ground to me, right around the -camp, but Mack said requires close to forty-five minutes -

"Driving an automobile while under there wasn't nothin' but little ones there--just six and eight pounders to fully open the gates by hand

the influence of liquor is about -and we'd better go down the Lake a piece to Hooker's Point and only two or three minutes by

the most dangerous thing I know of and around the mouth of the creek. electricity. ,Completion of installa-

at the present time," declared Judge He said there wasn't any hurry about gettin' started becausethe tion of this machinery will greatly

Ben C.-Willard of the Dade County moon wouldn't be south for a couple of hours. And I'mhere facilitate the handling of traffic.
Criminal Court. to tell you that guy knew his horoscopes, or astrology, or whatever
they call the science-for the cockeyed fish 'never paid us a bit of
the time
Judge Willard at was
mind until along about three o'clock when the moon got in the "PHANTOM PYTHON" SEEN
sentence for five in
:passing years
proper position. IX DAYTONA SECTION
prison for manslaughter; the defen-
Then hell just naturally broke loose. I never saw anything likeit.
dant was Harry R. Conder, 28, who I tossed my minnow in a mess of lily pads and for a minute I Daytona Beach, June 17 (FNS-

caused the death of a customer at a thought I'd hit a mine or somethin'. It seemed like the bottom of Harry Bevan, linotype operator for

barbecue stand when he drove his the Lake, exploded under it. My reel started spinnin' like an air- the Daytona Beach News Journal, returning -

car into the stand while intoxicated. plane propeller and knocked all the bark off my knuckles.I from a hunting trip in the

"It is a hard dutx to take a ain't gonna tell you how much he weighed or how big he was woods near the Tomoka River to :

young man away from his wife and .--you wouldn't believe it and besides, he got away. Anyhow, in a report that he and his companion
two children and mother," said couple of hours, with three guys catchin' "'em and two throwin' 'em Y.
stumbled on a gigantic python sun-
Judge Willard, "but as far as this back, we were still knee deep in fish and it looked like we'd swamp : ACKSONVILLE
ning itself on the bank of the river. J
court is concerned such drivers must the boat.
About ten feet of the creature, he FLORIDA
pay for what they do while. they are Now don't, tell me YOU know a better place!
stated, was visible, the balance be-
drunk." GARNETT ANDREWS.Manager
ing hidden in the underbrush along
This attitude on the part of law ENJOY SUMMER COMFORT at this
the river bank. The head, he ex- modern, fireproof: hotel! in the heart of down-
enforcement officials will do muchto '
plained, was over six inches long, town Jacksonville. Every room wilh tub and
curb the dangerous practice of control has been sadly neglected pos- Ortona so as not 'to disturb the low- narrow and noticeably thick. shower, soft water, ceiling fan, radio, flatted

driving while drunk. sibly because ,everyone thought that lying lands in that area. summer door...Every Bed with innerspring
Printers and linotype operators and ice
mattress reading lamp. Running
one thing at a time was sufficient.But The only solution seems to be in ,
have been known to see "snakes" on water on every floor.
YE ED GETS HOT the abnormally ,dry weather of an appeal to the Okeechobee Flood I AIR CONDITIONED
occasions, but never before has 'a
the past few weeks has brought the Control District to acquire those COCKTAIL LOUNGE COFFEE SHOP
monster such as Bevan describes DINING AND MEETING ROOMS
Visitors leave their northern matter forcibly to our attention. lands south of Citrus Center which with Private Bath:
been reported. And witnesses con- Rates-'SmsU
homes and come to Stuart for their! are at present flooded, or will be .
Because grass and plants are dy- tend the young man was cold sober. Rooms $2.00 80 Rooms $2.50
health. As they enter our city they ing for lack of moisture and farmer flooded by raising the elevation of The editor of the News-Journal IT Rooms $3.00 24 Rooms $3.50
see billboard advertisements telling the water a couple of feet. Private Sampl. Rooms with Private B,tX) $400
of the area''are suffering from
was sufficiently impressed to runBevan's Slight! "nau '0' doubt occupancy
them how to cure everything from pumping systems, in land abutting
the condition to no small extent, it story and as'a result it was!I Oik.. / B POUND Ho-.I. r
a bad cold to lumbago. the canal particularly, will be inef- '
advisable to petitionthe
was thought
disclosed by another Daytonian that HOUL PATTEN V HOTEL DESOIO
The good people of Stuart have raise the elevation fective for the porous muck will allow O.--t',T._ <...-..._G.
U. S. Engineers to -
in the winter of 1932 Mr. and Mrs I ...... _""' .,
, certainly' made a definite fight against of the Caloosahatchee canal the water to run out too rapidly I
i Otto J. Bach, members or"a local
the unsightly billboards. We into the canal.
enough that water might reach the
circus colony, had brought an East
\ have heard talks in the Rotary club surface of the ground by capillary The situation calls for immediate Indian python here and the crea-

and almost every civic organization attraction and tide us over until the action and concerted action by every ture escaped. t : &Wi' '

;' against the signs.That's heavy summer rainfall begins. Although property owner at this end of the Others recalled) that on several oc-

as far as it got. Nobody the spillway at the Ortona river. This action must be in the casions reports had come in from

made any attempt to do anything. locks is 'at a set elevation 11.5 I nature of appeals to, the flood con- the Tomoka section that an immense BEI

We are issuing a challenge. We'llgo which makes the water level here trol board and a spirit of cooperation snake had been seen, but Bevan, it

. along the highway"and tear down n'ow just the same as it will norm- with the*army engineers Those seems, was the first one to get a v2 #

two signs to anybody's one and risk ally remain, it was believed that the who feel that criticism of the engineers real close-up of the reptile.A .

k t' a jail sentence. You can find us here; only problem facing us was to con- will gain a point will be due popular outdoor sport in the nmc'lIJ..rIN

". 'c, any Daily: ,afternoon News. at 2 o'clock.-Stuart I vince the engineers that more water for great disappointment.GOMEZ 'I neighborhood this summer probably I

was necessarY_ _so_ that n___ thev_n_. would'_ __n will be hunting the "phantom py- '

" build up the spillway to the required OPPOSED FOR CIRCUITJUDGE thon." I YOUR _..
' REFORMED BY PROXY elevation.So I
;'" The night after the big temper- a meeting ;was called Tuesday -- ::1 --'

ance meeting the lecturer met a afternoon at the Ortona locks in order Miami, June 17 (FNSOppo [ r

r" well known local toper on the street. that the river valley farmers and sition to the appointment of Arthur Used Cave for Glass Work t ;.

t:, "I was delighted," he said, "to engineer officials could talk the Gomez of Key West as judge of theDadeMouroe The first glass maker in Scotland

t" dear your testimony at our meeting matter over. It didn't take long to : circuit court, is was George Hay (1566-1625). He

r last night. I wish you every happi- discover that the problem was a I ing and a committee of the local bar took advantage of a peculiarly

': ness in your reformed life." much more complicated one than : association, headed by T. J. Ellis, formed cave at Wemyss, on the Fife

:; "Meeting," said the other: "So had been supposed for the same announces it will bring the matter coast. and set. up his furnace therein. -

:," : that's where I was last night! "_ water elevation which makes it !so' before the Supreme Court. 1.

, : Stray Stories. dry here is flooding other lands| In a resolution adopted by the
--- nearer the locks and promising to
' '. Bar Association, it was pointed out
grounds for damage suits. We hat the Florida constitution pro- y
petition for the water to be raised '
: Moore 1 Ides "No senator or member of the : SUGAKLAXD DRAINAGE I
( Haven Democrat! and those farmers '
o ask that it be
House of Representatives shall, dur- DISTRICT TAXES FOR THE YEAR Sit on top of the world, de-
For the pat several lowered. Is it wonder that the '
years tho any I us:: ,the time for which he was elect- 1937 pendent upon no one, in your
'f.; residents of the Everglades engineers scratch their heads and I f
along be and last-
jed home
appointed or elected to any NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN own provide
'f: the rim of Lake Okeechobee have officially: wask their hands of the civil office under the constitutionof that in accordance with the provis- ing security for your family!
\. been primarily concerned with the matter? I You can buy or build so easily
i ,: this state that has been created, ions of House Bill No. 1024 enactedat .
, problem of drainage and have labored Records show that the elevation or the emoulments whereof shall the 1937 Session of the Legisla- and economically with our
,. "Budget Monthly Payment
: ..' hard and successfully to prevent of Three-Mile canal is about >Wie have been increased during such ture of the State of Florida and approved Plan". A long term to pay
recurrence of disastrous floods and same as it has been during previousdry I time." by the Governor of the Stateof with small rent-size payments -

t "resulting damage io crops and other :seasons but the difference is believed -I I Judge Gomez was a member of the Florida, on May 20, 1937, the quickly gives ):ou a

t{,'- property. The government took ; to be in the difference in' 1933-35 legislature, serving in the Board of Supervisors of Sugarland I clear home. Get complete details -
a hand in the Drainage District, a drainage district without now.
problem, sent In their depth and width of the canal Senate
new and' took an active part in under
and existing I
organized .
: engineers and the ,great Okeechobee- over the old. Apparently rock form- the recircuiting bill which combinedthe the laws of Florida, and embracinglands ,
i Caloosahatchee Flood Control project Ttions have been disturbed by digging Dade and Monroe circuits and within Hendry and Glades

is the result There are few who the canal deeper which causes provided for a Monroe county resi- I Counties, has caused to be prepared Clewiston Federal

",: doubt that the system of levees and the water to seep from adjacent,I dent judge. I a budget of debt service require-

:: ; canals will prove adequate to prevent lands into the canal much more rapidly -: This fact, the lawyers contend, ments and of the costs of maintaining and LoanAssociation

k: overflows, other than from tha nheretofore. The removal:I clearly makes his appointment illegal. and operating all of the works Savings
., heavy rainfall and even this type of of the old locks at Citrus Center v and improvements of Sugarland
;\ flood will be shortlived.But drainage District and of administering -
prevents holding
a higher water The Bar Association's directorate
J- ; in our haste to provide proper table this side of tho place and lowering Instructed Its committee to Investigate erally the during affairs the of year the beginning district gen-on

f/"w drainage!, the problem of 'W'attrr it between Citrus Center and the legal J qualifications of Judge the first day of November, 1937 and 4fi.

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.x.i. . .! .... .......... ............. ....... 2). George Bestor has returned to Miss Laura Mattison left yester-I LOUISE PREAVITT CELEBRATES I Wore Prince Alberts >\.

i.. : his home in Clewiston after attend- day afternoon for a month's vaca- 8TH BIRTHDAY WITH PARTY In the "nifty nineties," most t

I .::: Personal Mention 4: ing Georgia School of Technologyat tion. After spending a few days with United States senators wore Prince'

, ....i:..:.:..:..:..:..:..)-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:..:..t:. Atlanta this year. her north parents in Palm City, she will I Louise. Prewitt was honored on Alberts.bol of The frock coat and was a sym- '
I go visiting for a short while: the occasion of her 8th birthday statesmanship a beard v

: Ed Clark and Ed Ward spent Sun- C. E. Miner and Mr. and Mrs. W. in Dayton, Ohio. She will also visit yesterday with a party at the home was the mark of a man of maturityand

, ,day in Fort Myers.Mr. C. Hooker were week-end guests at her brother, H. P. Mattison in Co- of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. M. substance. I ,

Fort Myers Beach visiting Mrs. Miner lubus, and another 'brother, F. W. Prewitt.. s
and G. H. Small
Mrs. were and children who have a cottage Mattison and his family in Erie. Several games and contests were

visitors in Fort Myers Saturday. there for their vacation. Pennsylvania She will visit in Ocean enjoyed, by the children Harriet Alston FREE! If excess acid causes you '

; City New Jersey and then return and Bruce Beardsley winning Stomach Ulcers, Gas Pains, Indi- ,
Miss B. Jacobs spent the weekend I
; Miss Marion Whatley has returned home through Baltimore, :Washing prizes in the .two contests. gestion, Heartburn, Belching, BloatIng .

F r r in Miami. to her home in Sebring after a ton and Charleston.BrownWright. I Refreshments were served in the Nausea, get free sample doctor's -'

two weeks' visit with her uncle and dining room which was decorated prescription. Udga, at Alston's Drug
i Mrs. J.- W. Moore was a visitor in
aunt, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Prewitt Wedding with flowers in pastel shades., Indi- Store. SmJnlS
t f Fort Myers Friday.: I
here. vidual cakes iced in pastel colors

L I rI r Mr. and Mrs. Bill Scaggs and I Performed In South Bay and ice cream were served. ----

t R. L. Coker left Saturday on a I Attending were Mary Nell Christian .
daughter, of Lakeland, were at the 1 L. B. Mershon ..
f Inn the first of the week. vacation trip, during which he will Gideon H. -- I t' Jane EspenlauB,. Jacqueline i ..

k visit several states of the United Brown, formerly of Bledsoe, Mary Ellen Smith, Shirley I AGENT J8

States and will into Old Mexicofor Clewiston, and Miss CatherineWright Owen, Harriet Alston Ann
Charles Clements of Avon Park go Prewitt,
f. was in Clewiston on business Thurs- a short visit. of South Bay were united in Kim Kolstad, Gene Bledsoe, Gene New York Life J|

day. marriage on Sunday by Rev. J. O. Mills, Bub Mills, Junior :McCracken. Insurance .' l
l \. Jameson, pastor of the Community Company ,
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Mills and children Bruce Beardsley.
I r Attorney R. E. Kurtz of Fort My- Junior and Bub, returned Church in Belle Glade Sunday. I I Maureen Prewitt assisted her ARCADIA, FLORIDA '

ers was a business visitor here Tuesday from Fort 1Iyers'where Mrs. Brown is the daughter of mother in entertaining the guests.
Mr. and Mrs. Warren C.
Wright of
Thursday and Friday. they have spent a two weeks' vaea- NORGE REFRIGERATORS 1'
,I. tion. Clinton, Indiana, and has taught In MRS. SHELLEY WINNER OF '
:: Carlton Prevatt is spending this South Bay: this past year. She Is a HIGH SCORE AT BRIDGE CLUB Furniture and Homo Furnishings!; -;-

week in Fort Myers visiting 'Mr. and graduate of Indiana State Teachers PHILCO RADIOS -M

Mrs. A. C. Carlton. Mrs. Gratton George has returned College, a member of Mu Zeta
sorority -
, to the Arcadia General Hospital! and of the Business and Professional Mrs. T. B. Shelley was winner of Household Furnishingsis j|

, tor'a high score, prize at the Wednesday
where she is confined seriesof
the Woman's club.
Mrs. Tom Geiger was guest' Mr. Brownis Jnc.
I,- of her sister, Mrs.: R.' L. Saxon, and treatments. Her husband accom- a son of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. afternoon bridge club, which met ;
panied her to Arcadia. I this week with Mrs. Keathley Bow- BELLE GLADE FLORIDA
'W family in Moore Haven Tuesday. Brown of South Bay. For two years den
he hostess. Mrs. Leslie Miller,
was manager of the Royal Gro- :
Miss Frances Adkins of Moore Jim Beardsley, jr., returned home cery in Clewiston, and'' is now gen- made the lucky cut, and Mrs. H. R.

Haven was a visitor in Clewiston the first of the week from Gaines- eral manager' for all the Royal Hall won consolation prize. All prizes J. COUSE 1''

Thursday.Mr. ville where he has been in attendanceat Stores. He Is a member of the KI- were bath towels and cloths ( in

wanis Club. pastel colors. Miss Kathryn Carter, Counselor and Attorney at Law
the ,Four-H Club short course at ,
: and Mrs. 'F. I. Hill left this the University. Mr. and Mrs. Brown left follow- a guest, received a bar of French Hopkins Building '

week for a vacation visit in St. ing their marriage for a trip to soap. I Wednesdays and Saturdays

I Petersburg and Clearwater. Barney Thomas returned from Swainsboro, Georgia, and Clinton, Other players were Mrs. J. W. 0:30 to 4:00 "' ":j:

Lakeland, where Jhe and his familyare Indiana, to visit relatives. They will Ezelle, Mrs. Ivey Pafford, Mrs. M. ,'A
Mr. and :Mrs. J. M. Couse and E.
Yenawine and Mrs. Bowden. The
spending two months, and was be at home in South Bay in their
Jo Anne of Moore Haven
daughter, hostess -
served a frozen dessert. .
t at his home here a couple of days newly finished home after July. first. I .
visited in Clewiston Monday. ;
this week. J. M. BLOW .

Mr. and Mrs. Walter Brantley Miss Faustina-Rogero and her l\ffiS. T. D. SHELLEY HOSTESSAT .I j TITLE COMPANYABSTRACTS ...

visited Mr. and Mrs. E. Chandler in EVENING BRIDGE
father, E. J. Rogero, came up from THURSDAY To our many Clewiston friends OF TITLE >

..Okeechobee Sunday. Miami and spent the week-end in who through deeds of kindness to HINDRY AND DADE COUNTIES :.:'

Clewiston. Mrs. Rogero left with Mrs. Tom Shelley entertained two my wife during her illness and 318-22 Sejbold Bldg. Miami, Fla. 'i
Miss Virginia' Saxon of ;Moore Haven tables of bridge players
at home
them Sunday for their new home in through various expressions of sym- \,
was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. last Thursday evening. Mrs. Camp- ;
Miami. pathy to me in my bereavement have I .!
A. W. Lawrence for several days.R. bell Nail won
--- high score and received done much to alleviate my sorrow, .NN. .NN.NHI.N. .".NNN. >*##**%%*%*%** to... '"
I Mrs. Glen Etherton, 1Irs.R.. E. a nutmeat chopper, a pickle fork I wish to express my grateful and '

H. Knight has, returned from Waldron and James Wynn motoredto went to Mrs. Harry Turner for low heartfelt appreciation. I

New York where he spent the past: score, and Miss Alva Ezelle was r"
Miami Sunday to attend the fun-
month on business. winner of' the cut prize. DAVID A. McGEACHEY. Good'Farrn
eral of Miss Dorothy Moeller, who
Guests included Mrs. ,Turner, Mrs.
was killed in an automobile acci-
Mrs. Foy Durrence is spending a dent near Baltimore last (week. Joe Schroeder, Mrs. Nall, Mrs. J. SEMINOLE TEA HOUSE AT

few days in West Palm Beach with W. Ezelle, Miss Ava Ezelle, Miss GREAT LAKES: EXPOSITION Land

her mother, Mrs Viola Stone. -- Dorothy Clark, Miss Kathryn Carter .. ...
Mrs. Vivian Smith and(daughter
-.-- and Miss Margery Hood.' Cleveland, Ohio, June 17 (FNS) .
Anna Laura Haven and Mac Mc-
Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Storey of Miami Delicious sherbet, cakes and Iced -The first Seminole Indian teahouse '
Clellan accompanied of ki Rent
ever to be built, Sun- !
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. drinks 'were served. opened
friends from Lake Harbor' on an all- I
Harry Turner here Sunday night. day in tire horticultural gardens of I
day picnic at Fisheating creek Sun-
., the Great Lakes Exposition
-- as a new
Mr.\ and Mrs.. Dave G. Alston and day. MRS. EZELLE.. HONORS NIECE attraction of '''Florida's 1937 exhibit ,I',"'i,
Miss Martha Nell Alston left Wed- here. .".... -- I
Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Hilson andC. -
nesday for a week's visit in Cuba. Miss Following
Kathryn Carter who designs taken from
Is 'the
W. Butler of Miami spent a few
'- days in Clewiston this week on a guest of her aunt, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Seminole huts deep in the heart of I

Mr and Mrs. R. M. Montgomeryof was honored by Mrs. Ezelle* with a the everglades, a structure uniquein
fishing trip. The men are connected Trespassers
Plant City spent several,, days here with a federal home loan associa- dancing party given Wednesday eve- the hostory of expositions has *. \

this week visiting their sister, Miss tion. ning. been built on the shores of Lake Will Be

Laura Matflson. The guests included Misses WillieV. Erie in a setting of Florida palms, \
-- Dr. O. F. Schiffli returned Wednesday Hooker, Christine Bell, Bernice. shrubs, vines, flowers, bearing pine- I ProsecutedClewiston I

Mr. and :Mrs. L. A. Turner and I from Highlands, North Caro- O'Neal' Gladys and Ethel Willis,: apples and orange trees. Cypress .

Miss Hazel Prince spent the day in lina. He drove up 'last week, with Dorothy Hare, Florine Moore, Hazel' and palmetto poles, two cars of co- tI

Okeechobee Sunday visiting friends Prince, Mary Markette, Ted Cowart, quina rock, and six truck-loads of
Mrs. Schiffli and their sons who are
and relatives., Justice Butler, Ed Ward, George palmetto thatch for the roof, were j
:remaining in their home there for
,-) the Bestor, Bob Patterson, Bill Owen, among native Florida materials I

Misses Bernice O'Neal and Roberta summer. i Leroy' Hare, Sandy Bell, Ed Clark, transported some 1,200 miles to give

George, Bob Logan and Halson Avant Miss Ava Ezelle and Miss Dorothy I Lloyd Kelly, Ken Swayne, Jimmy I Cleveland: a tea house like none other '
drove to Belle Glade Sunday to attend Hall and Jim in the world.
Clark, who were guests of Dr. and I Beardsley. I I
J the show. Hundreds ,came'on opening day to
Mrs. J. W. Ezelle for a week, left I I 'AndDevelopment
-- view authentic murals of Indian life Realty
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Lanier left Sunday, Miss Ezelle going to Gaines- MRS. ROGERO IS HONORED WITH and a reproduction: of an
ville to attend School and
Saturday for Wilmington, NorthCarolina summer SURPRISE FAREWELL PARTY cooking hut done by Harry' Bierce,
Miss Clark returning to her home in
to visit relatives during a -- Florida artist. The charm of serviceat
Clearwater for the summer. Sponsored by members of the
two weeks' vacation. colorful tropical tables, lightedby
Catholic Altar Society a group of
--- palmetto-covered Corporation
Mrs. Albert J. Hill, formerly' of friends gave a surprise party for chandeliers anJlights ; .
Russell Kay of Tampa and J. L. concealed in nature's1
\ Clewiston, who has been visiting Mis., E. J. Rogero Friday night. fantas-
Edgerton of Atlanta were visitorsin tically-sculpured i
here and in Fort Myers for several Gathering at the home of cypress roots, .

Clewiston Friday night and Sat- weeks, left aboard a Pan American .Mrs. S. L. Crochet, they went Mr. in and a seems to have made favorable impressions ,......<.....................v.. ..........................."".......'..'............. y..

urday. clipper for Central Boca Chica, San- body: to the Rogero, home. Bridge with exposition guests. Anda ,

-- to Domingo, where she and Mr. and other card games were played more vividly colorful :note is fur-
Mr. and, Mrs. Francis M. Wright nished by genuine Seminole Indian
Hill are now residing. during the evening, and refresh- ,
and children, Francis, jr., and Nancy, costumes worn by comely Florida
ments provided the
by them-
left Sunday for a month's visit with
girls who the
serve at tea house.
H. C. W.
Mrs. H. Askew, Mrs. selves were served.
\... relatives in Urbana, Ill. "But", say members of the exhibit -
Thom and Mrs. G. M. Sears spent Attending were Mr. and Mrs.

the .:week-end In Miami, Mrs. Askew Harry Vaughn, Mrs. W. P. Vaughn, construction staff, "when we
Mr. and Mrs. C. Hamrick and
bring Indian hut away from
leaving for her' home In Atlanta. sr., Mr. and Mrs. J. rTippey, Mr.
Claud, jr., and Miss Jane Lumpkinof the Everglades, we'll bring an Indian
Mrs. Thom and Mrs. Sears returnedto and Mrs. Sidney Crochet, Mrs. Zer-
Sebring were guests of the A. L. to set it up." For when workof
Clewiston Monday. They are visit ney Meredith, Mrs. G. H. Small,
Morgan family Sunday. ing Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Kolstad. Mrs. M. E. VonMach, Miss Walsh, thatching a roof with palmettos
was reached, no Cleveland workman
Mrs. H. J. Oglesby, Mrs. G. E.
.. J. E. Beardsley was in West PalmBeach Mrs. Ralph W. Hood and chil- Smith could be found who knew the pro
Father F. J. Walsh, Sidney
Tuesday to attend a meeting dren left Wednesday for Rock Hill, Hoover and John Kettl. cess. So the job had to be completed

of the Everglades Drainage District South Carolina, to spend several under direction of a group of 'college -

board of commissioners.Mr. months with relatives. Mrs. Hood's hovs! who had spent time with

I niece, Miss Kathleen Waters, who MRS S. L. CROCHET ENTERTAINSHONORING the Exhibit's research staff in the I

and Mrs. Harry Vaughn and has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Hood MRS. E. J. ROGEROMrs. everglades. Major Expenses Included

sons, and Mrs.. W. P. Vaughn, sr.. I here, returned to her home with I ON SALE EVERY DAY
left this week for a two months' Mrs. Hood. : S. L. Crochet was hostess at '- -

visit in Louisiana. a party Saturday night honoringMrs. I
----. Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Smith and E. J. Rogero who is leaving to

Miss Dorothy Lockhart left Mon children of Jacksonville have arrived reside In Miami. Guests were invit- Monday, July 5, 1937, at 4:30 I Round trip tickets covering rail '
the famous
day for Gainesville,where she is attending in Clewiston to reside. Mr. Smithis ed for supper, which was served buf- o'clock p. m. United States Eastern transportation via ,
Standard Time is fixed the date
school at the Uni- Senior draftsman in the local fet style. as
0' and time when, and the City Hall Havana SpecialCompetely
versity. sub-office of U. S. Engineers and Some of the guests enjoyed bridge In the City of Clewiston is desig- I

was transferred here from the Jacksonville during the evening, Mrs. M. E. Von nated as the place where the City AirConditionedAlso

office. The Smiths have Mach and Mrs. G. B, Rackstraw receiving -I Commission shall hold a public I desirable hotel room ,with

Miss Kathryn Carter who is the moved into one of the homes on the lovely handkerchiefs for high meeting for' the purpose of considering both taxi transfer between station ,

house guest of Dr. and Mrs. J. W. government reservation. and low score prizes. Mrs. Rogerowas and acting upon the assessmentroll and hotel, and attractive

Ezelle, is spending this week-end -- presented with a pair of hose of acting as a Board of Equali- sightseeing tours.
IL in West Palm Beach. zation, of hearing complaints, and
,_. H. C. Avant received a message I by the hostess. For complete details and
Wednesday of the death of his only Enjoying this delightful farewell' receiving testimony as to the value illustrated folder, consult .
Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Smith return sister of any property, real or personal as your local' ticket agent, or '
Mrs. Pauline Fender, at her party were Mrs. R.*C. Nowling, Mrs.
fixed by the tax assessor and of perfecting -
ed Sunday from Fort Myers where home in Walterboro, South Carolina. H. T. Vaughn, Mrs. W. P. Vaughn; reviewing and equalizingthe C. P. LAMAR ,

they had been for several days with |1MI'. Avant and his son, Halson, left sr., Mrs. G. E. Smith, Mrs. Rack- 1937 tax assessment.This C. L.Traveling Passenger Station Phone AgentA. 22-751
'( their son, Bobby, who was quite !ill at once for Walterboro to attend the straw, Mrs. F. M. Wright, Mrs. A. notice dated this 18th day LAKE WALES, FLORIDAt

with a rare form of malaria. Bobby I funeral services. Mrs. Fender Is W. Lawrence, Mrs. A. W. Sias, Mrs. of June, A. D. 1937.MALCOLM .

was discharged from the hospitalf known to many In Olewlston, having. Martha Ludeklns, Mrs. W. M. Brad- ,,', BIGG, Clerk

f Sunday and has continued to Im visited the Avant family last Thanks flack Mrs. Von Mach and Miss City Commission

I prove. giving Faustina ,
Rojjero. "
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I J2ecll2e Mrs.By Charles

/ Evans Hughes

Frozen Strawberries.Mash .
O Kathleen Norris
.'. WNU Service. 1 quart strawberries, add

1% cupfuls of sugar and the juice

.of a lemon, stand aside for one

hour, then add 1 pint of water,

I' turn into a freezer and freeze

SYNOPSIS he knows that the minute I'm out trembling hand clung tight to the floor, and the easy task of watchingher same the dasher as ordinary ice cream. Turn

she'll be in. He's tiring of her already note; in the empty hotel rooms behind dignified departure from a life slowly. Frozen straw-

Victoria Herrendeen a vivacious little or if he's not he's beginningto .her the lights shone brightly. in which she had behaved for eighty berries may be served in punch

girl, had been too young to feel the shock feel that he will some day. As over the packed handsome trunks, years with admirable decorum. glasses' with a little whipped
that came when her father. Keith Herrendccn. cream on the top, or plain, as de
lost his fortune. A gentle unobtrusive long "as he's married to me he'ssafe. with their bands of white and blue. Violet Keats was in her early for- sired.

soul he Is now employed as an ties; her husband perhaps ten years -WNU Service.
obscure chemist In San Francisco, at a She was silent, staring into space Coming into the diet kitchen at older. She adored the small, blinking -

meager salary. His wife. Magda cannot with narrowed, somber eyes that six o'clock on a summer morning, man with his fluffy
She is beautiful -
adjus herself to the change. a
reddened with tears. Florence Flood Dickeuson discovered
woman, fond of pleasure and a magnet were "as only an English gentlewomancan How CARDUI
for men's attention. Magda and Victoria "Mummy, I have to remind you it empty, except for a solitary adore a man," Vic told Cath-
have been down at a summer resort that Ferdy's coming up today. He figure at the end of the long table. erine."We're. Helps WomenCardul
and Keith Joins them for the week-end. has tickets and things, he said." The girl raised her head and
Magda leaves for a bridge party. excusing Is a purely vegetable medicine -
herself for being such a "runaway." Later "Can you talk to him, Vicky dar- showed a weary face that was yet dining alone, Victoria, you found by many women to ease
that night Victoria Is grief-stricken when she ling? Do, that's a lamb," Magda keen with sensitiveness and sympa- and I, Mrs. Keats said one day functional pains of menstruation. It

hears her parents quarreling. The Herren- said gayly. "Tell him I had to go thy and lighted with a tired little in her crisp, brisk way. "I want to also helps to strengthen who
deens return to their small Sar Francisco talk to you!" ,
down to Burlingame-and that I smile.
apartment Keith does not approve of Mag- have been weakened by poor nour ,
da's mad social life and they quarrel free : felt terribly ." Magda was rum- "Hello, Dicky," she said, in a It was when they were seated at ishmentbyincreasingthelrappetite .

quently. Magda receives flowers and a maging about in a bureau drawer; hoarse sweet voice. the little table downstairs an hour improving their digestion. Many f'and
diamond from Ferdy Manners a wealthyman "Oh is it later that she made first attack
whom she had met she spoke. absently. "Today and to- you, Herrendeen? Miss a have reported lasting benefit from
from Argentina last days she Dickenson asked. "Have nice' upon Victoria's confidence. "You'reso
less than a week before. Manners arrives morrow are our a the wholesome nutritional assist-
a few hours later. Magda shows hima said. And presently she gave Vicky vacation?" perfectly charming wit the chil- ance obtained by taking Cardui. If

valuable Chinese shawl that has been In an absent-minded kiss and was "Marvelous. How's everythinggone dren that I shan't feel quite happy you have never taken Cardui, get a
the Herrendeen family for many years. Vic until you're in fair to have
gone.It ? a way a bottle of Cardui at the nearest drug
Is shocked when she learns her mother was five o'clockvhen Victoria "Oh, beautifully. We misseo few of your own," she said.
contemplated selling It. Mazda tells Man you store, read the_direction's and try It.
ners a dealer had offered her $300 for the got home; Magda had evidently pre- of course, but everything's gone "Not I!" Vic smiled, shaking her
Shawl. Magda takes Victoria to Nevada to ceded her by only 'a few minutes marvelously." head. Face OpportunityDon't

visit a woman friend who has a daughter I and was lying flat on her bed. Two probationers came in with "You don't mean that. No girl let opportunity stare you
named Catherine. There she tells her she I "Vic we had a serious talk means that!" in the back instead of the face.
Is going to get a divorce Victoria soon is trays. A boy .put his head in the
In boarding school with her friend Cath- this morning, you poor chicken, and door, said, "Miss Rockwood?" and "Most girls don't, 1 dare say. ButI

erine. Magda marries Manners and they I've been thinking about you all vanished. The ,hospital day has be- do. I've had a. queer education m@R@l1z

spend studied two in years Europe In Argentina.and at eighteen Victoria has she day," Magda said, her eyes roundedover .I along those lines," Victoria added, IVOSNOW WHITE ME"

visits her mother when Ferdy rents a beau her teacup.ICI'll tell you gun."Vicky, tell me, do you like Dr. half to herself. LARGE JARS 5

tiful home. Magda is unhappy over Ferdy's what's happened, and what we ,de Hardisty?" Louise Mary Keating I "You mean your mother's life?"

drinking and attentions .to other women.sakeis cided. We're not children, this isn't asked interestedly, a few days later. "Not only Mother. But all herr Literature
Vic dislikes him. but for her mother's
nice to him. When her mother and .? first affair, and, here are a great "Very much," Vicky said ab j crowd, all women who make love, Style in literature consists of

stepfather return to South America. Victoria many other persons to consider.So stractedly. I r passion, so important, who persuade proper words in proper places.
refuses to with them because of So-the upshot of it all is
go "Vicky, I'll bet you're in love : you, or almost persuade you, that
Ferdy's unwelcome attentions to her. Magda Vic, that you and I sail on Satur- with him! They woman : it is to wherever heart
returns and tells Vic she and Ferdy have say every right gc your D 0
separated. Meanwhile Keith has remar- day, and that it's all over! he meets is in love with him." MissVic goes. It's all so artless." oU
student nurse. Magda was a little subdued and '' u n
ried. Victoria is now a
"You ought to set for U i BLACK LEAF 40
Magda has fallen In love with Iiu' Farmer pale in the morning, but showedno your cap :
she and Vic Quentin, Vic. He's as completely from
a married artist. While other signs of her recent emotion Keeps Dogs Away
prepare for a trip to Europe. Ferdy takes disillusioned as you are." Get t EvergreensShrubsetcs .
a suite In their hotel. ; the day was exciting with final "Dr. Hardisty?" from ;19MUsc Teaspoonful

purchases, much talk of ward- "Certainly he is. In his heart he Dealer xx per-Gallon of Spray.
robes and
CHAPTER IV plans. despises women. He thinks Johnny

-6- Vic wandered out to the balcony, I II tells me that he thinks that they'reall Needed at TimesA

Victoria looked sympathy, dis looked down at the waterfront over alike-weak and selfish and little bit of dynamite is an

tress. which the mist was softly closing. ready to break up anything or any- elevating thing.

"We'll be gone in a week, Mum- Through the cold dusk the fog horns body's life for a little pleasure."

my. Then won't.it. be better?" were steadily sounding. "Did he tell Dr. Keats that?"

Magda looked at her ,daughter "Horrible weather to go throughthe f "That's the impression he always
somberly. gives. tJ.

"I'm forty-two, Vicky, and I've "What makes you say that?" "That amazes me," Victoria said, o

never-liked-anyone before," Mag- Magda asked, looking up from her "because if ever any man had his Don't Neglect Them I

da faltered, with a little difficulty. letter. way with women it is Dr. Quentin Nature designed the kidneys to do a
marvelous job. Their task is to keep the
"Heavy fog. You can't see the Hardisty!
"It isn't only myself-truly, Vic, it flowing blood stream free of an excess of
isn't. But it's to hurt him so hor- Konalei. Maybe that's she, going "Yes, but it doesn't mean any- toxic impurities. The act of living-li/
I made -ll/f1r itself is constantly producing waste
along now. hope Ferdy Vic.
ribly-to ruin his life, now when thing, matter the kidneys must remove from
he's just to succeedthat's her!" "You knew his first 'wife?" the Hood: if good health is to endure.
beginning -
When the fail function
kidneys to as
what kills me," Magda! whis- "They'd wait for Ferdy. They "Very well. I'd left her-or Nature intended, there is retention of
; may not even sail. What is this, rather she'd left me downtown waste that may cause body-wide dis
"But you're separating, Mother.We'll darling-the,eighteenth?" I about ten minutes before she was tress.persistent One headache may suffer,attacks nagging of backache dizziness,
"Tomorrow's the twentieth." killed. She \\as driving her own getting up nights, swelling, puffiness'
be gone in a few days. That'llhelpu under the eyes-feel tired,nervous, all
Victoria said forcing her- "Of course! Magda reached for car-she drove like a crazy woman, worn out.Frequent. .
the trilling telephone. "Tell Mr. I everything she did was wild, and scanty or burning passages
self to_ gentleness and sympathy. may be further evidence of kidney or
Farmer to come up," she said im- she had this crash. Thev got her bladder disturbance.The .
"That's just it, Vic. It'll kill mediately. And then to Vic, "I'm I to the hospital and poor 'ittle Gwen recognized and proper treatmentIs

him. Magda shut her eyes, and going out with him for just a little was born an hour later. Quentin'swife get a diuretic rid of excess medicine poisonous to help body the kidneys waste.

tears squeezed themselves under while." was a' terrible girl-rich and Use Doan't Pills. They have had more
the lowered lashes. than forty years of public approval. Are
spoiled and-oh, I don t know, tDoan'
"Call me if I'm asleep when endorsed the country over. on
"But he'll have his work, and his you flighty. He's never been very hap- ,. Sold at all drug stores.
back! Vic answered
get going toward
wife and children" Victoria be- her room. She heard Lucius'voice Awakened With a Start, Witha py, poor boy-There's! Johnny at

gan and stopped. Sense of Something Wrong. the door now, Vicky," she broke off
a few moments later hermother's
"His wife means absolutely noth- ; to say. "Ah, and Quentin with him-
voice. "One more day of I "
bit into chocolate .looked
Keating a ; in both of frozen
ing to him, Vic. They've been noth-- this she said to herself. come you-are you -
at its filling thoughtfully. "I oughtn'tto "
I \ have had anything to eat?
ing to each other for five years. He you
told me so." Vic awakened with a start, with I touch these," she said. !j "We're starving!" Dr. Hardisty, iShin :

"But Mother," she presently of- a sense of something 'wrong. The : "I'll bet Vic hates to give up the shedding outer garments in,the hall, :

fered doubtfully, "doesn't a man telephone was ringing, and someone : Keats kid," Helen Geer observed, *' said in his deep voice. "Vicky'll go IN THE GULFO MEXICO

belong to his wife?" was knocking at the door. The watching her. "You won't'see Dr. : get us some eggs, won't you, Tarpon Round-Up now in fall awing/
filled with dusk and $1,000 in cash and merchandise prizes.A .
room was fear
Hardisty more now after to-'T Vicky?
To this Magda superbly made no any wonderful vacation spot for ALL
answer. With an expression of pa- and confusion.At night, Vic." t I TO BE CONTINUED) the family. For special fishing and
summer folders write B.M.MEAL Manager
the door' it
tient endurance she rose and swept was with the "Well, as a matter of fact, I will," Chamber of Commerce, St Petersburg Florida
into her room. dinner card. On the telephone was Vicky said, beginning to smear her i Much Heat Required to

d When the bright soft morningcame Mollie Jervis, saying good-by. Vic- face with cold cream, after tying a ( Raise Water Temperature WNU-7 24-37 f

Magda. was exhausted. Her toria answered both claims; ordered towel over her tawny hair. "When : ,
Water is the great heat reservoir -----
oyster stew and brown toast and
little Kate Keats home I 1I
face was bleached and blotched goes go*.
of the earth. It takes more heat to I
meringues; snapped up lights. But with her. I've been there before
with her ,
tears, eyes swollen, and the t !
raise the temperature of water by
she still felt frightened and bewil- know and Mrs. Keats asked j I
hair that had so often been pushedoff you me I
than is
given amount required
dered; her forehead sticky with J a Spend a part of your.
her forehead during the feversof per- yesterday to come back Her I almost any other substance. In ad- ,
the spiration; her throat thick. mother isn't well, and if she vacation in Atlanta-
night hung in careless locks very r dition, it takes' about 80 calories to :
and showed darkness at its roots. "Goodness, what horrible goes away with the doctor she always -
.. r melt a gram of ice and about 600 to altitude 1,050 feet-
Victoria was dressed in silk dreams! She went to her mother's leaves a nurse with the chil. =
pa- evaporate an equal amount oft
door, saw only dusk and confusionand dren." The Henry Grady
jamas, having her own breakfast, I water. The same quantities of heat
when her mother awakened; she set emptiness within. "She's late," "And then will you see Dr. Hai | are released when the reverse f Hotel offers cool com-

Magda's tray on the tumbled bed Vic yawned, seeing a clock's handsat disty every day, Vic?" changes, the freezing of water and I fortable rooms, excel- I
i before her. But her seven. "Maybe, she's taking a
mother could "Not every day. But they're the condensation of water vapor,
r. not eat. She drank a little coffee, bath. great friends. A lot of good it would take place, according to Dr. Thomas : lent meals and every 1

set the tray aside. "Vic," she The bathroom was empty, too. ., do me to fall in love with Quentin M. Beck in the Chicago Tribune. desired service at most ,

; breathed, "what shall I do?" Perhaps Mother was going to Hardisty," Victoria went on pracCcally. Water spontaneously evaporates, 1 reasonable' prices. Convenient f

r "Mother, you mustn't cry so. have one last dinner with her Lu- T "He doesn't know 1 exist." absorbing the heat from _
Ferd's this cius. Perhaps she had left a note necessary to theatres and 1
1. coming up morning; The Keats home stood out on Pa- its surroundings, until its vapor has
Vie'll be somewhere; it might be in her Auto Z
i here for lunch!1" shopping district. !
cific avenue with the long lines el reached a certain pressure above
'". "F rd knows," her mother whis- rooms. the Presidio eucalyptus trees and which it cannot go. When the storage in a fireproof ,
pered, not opening her Victoria went in there, lighted
eyes. the Golden Gate below the drawing water vapor has reached this pres- ,
with door
"Ferd knows!I" Victoria was star- Lghts. She saw the note on the garage pick- ;
room's northeast windows, and a sure in air, evaporation stops and
tled. dressing table, a large" square note sweeping view of the say and the the air is said to be saturated. The i up and delivery. ;
:. "I told him." Magda in- addressed to "Vic. And even be-
shrugged mountains that framed the bay from vapor pressure of water is propor- ,
fore her reached its first
differently. eyes words the upper floors. tional to the amount of water held
"Well, what does he think? is he- "My darling darling" you must forgive -Victoria liked the atmosphere of by saturated air and increases I HENRY GRADY

What does he say?" me somehow she knew."I the house; she said it reminded her strongly with rising temperature.Thus .

"Nothing. It amused him, I never thought of this!" she of a book.Victoria. the pressure of water vapor in HOTEL j e

think/' Magda said, with more bit- whispered aloud, in the tumbled who had gone to them saturated air is about .2 inch at 32 I

terness than Victoria had ever seen desolation that seemed now like a from the hospital as Kate's nurse, degrees and increases to 1.2 inches' ATLANTA j

in her before. deserted battlefield, like an ocean had been kept on after Kate's recovery at 85 degrees. .

"You wouldn't like to'divorce Fer- after a wreck. because of Duna's scarlet Our atmosphere is very rarely 1I ,

dy?" Victoria asked doubtfully. "If Her glance went on. She saw the fever, and after that because pf saturated, however. Normally it 550 Rooms 550 Laths

Lucius got a divorce?" word "Tahiti," the word "Malolo," the feeble age of Mrs. Chauncey holds about 70 per cent of the J

"He won't hear of it." the words "snatch our few years of Clements, the children's English amount theoretically possible. This i +

"Ferdy won't!" It was an excla- heaven ." grandmother. Gently agreeably, fraction of. saturation is known as "RATES I:

n ation. Victoria went to the balcony and without any unpleasantness Grannywas the degree of humidity. When It is : '

"No. He's frightened to death of sat down in a green iron chair. Her dying. Victoria had a small high very little evaporation takes from $2.50

that Campbell woman. She's going legs had failed under her; she felt room next to the old woman's luxurious place, and when it is low the reverse l -1

to be on the Loughborough yacht; cold, but her face was burning.. One one on the f first bedroom is true. __ .





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and Phrases a Misleading Maxim

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to answer you. It is not a thing that comes once ina
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man's wit. ever-present power, waiting to be
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Une nuit sans sommeil. (F.) A wide that we can see Success
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I encouragement.At the actual acreage which would be-I Mrs. Frierson Catches

U.: S. Weather Bureau Begins, the present time a tournamentfor flooded. He stated further that the

I the Junior boys and girls is in engineers would be willing to raise Tarpon In Levee CanalMoore1
progress and we are all sure some the spillway and provide the extra

Hurricane Wali1ingService very good tennis can be expected water height requested if the Okee-

from these youngsters.The I chobee Flood Control Board would ( Haven Democrat) ;\\J i

writer, as president of tho local stand responsible for the damage While fishing yesterday morningin
The United States Weather Bu in adjacent waters. his to the low lands the '
tennis club, wishes to extend done nearer Point
canal off
the levee Liberty ,
informa- These special observations will be
reau's extensive hurricane that of the Clubto locks.
appreciation and
Mrs\ Frierson landed nine-
J E. a
hour two i
tion system is being perfected and carried every or every the city of Clewiston and the Kiwanis :Mr. Nelson gave water elevationsof which she
brought to
put into operation in preparation for hours when conditions warrant. Club and all those respon- Three-Mile canal in previous dry pound tarpon
immediate1y'for So
American Cuban and oth- town display.
any eventualities during the 1937 Central sible, for what they have done in years and showed that the elevationof '
'this is the first tarpon
far is known
as -
Indian and
charted West ship reports received -
hurricane season officially er making it possible to have these the water in the new canal is approximately in
the naval radio station at ever to have been caught
November 15th, illias by
1 to
from June
three new courts. We also wish to the same as itwas dur-
Ernest Car- West will be placed on the tele- Lake Okeechobee although a few C
been announced by Key .
thank the various merchants who ing those seasons. However, he
son, U. S. meterologist in charge of type by the Key West Weather Bu- have been so kind as to contribute pointed out, the'new depth and have been taken in the Caloosahatchee =
I in past years as far up. as Lake
the Miami Weather Bureau.At reau. x prizes for the various events. I width of the canal and the removalof '
midnight of last Tuesday the Mexican reports will be received certain rock formations might Hicpochec. ;
Miamiin at New Orleans and will be put { Mrs. Frierson was trolling witha
teletype system of connecting daily I
Tax- have had a tendency to draw off the
land after transpositionInto Delinquent Creek Chub bait and using bass
one circuit with 11 other on the teletype water from the adpacent lands much
stations began operation of a con- weather bureau word code. The I more rapidly.As tackle. Suddenly she felt a terrific

tinuous day and night service until official in charge at New Orleans (Continued From Page One) an outcome of the meeting it tug on the line and the fish left the

November 16th. will forward to all stations on the buys the certificate, he has there- is likely that a contract will be madeat water throwing the plug from .Us '

Storms, particularly severe ones,, teletype circuit a list of the sta-I upon settled his delinquent taxes once with officials of the Okee- mouth. Mr. Frierson, rowing the

are not common in Florida, but they tions, an explanation of the code and the property becomes free and chobee Flood Control Board with a boat, saw the fish and recognizedit

do occur with sometimes tragic re- and a statement of the hours as to clear for future assessments if it Is:I view to enlisting their aid to have as the king of sport fish, the tar-

sults. They have been made the subject observations.Coast subject to assessment.If the water table raised. The general pon. A few minutes later there came

of particular study by the U. S. guard and lighthouse observations the purchaser of the certificateis opinion expressed by those presentwas another tug on the line and there en-

weather bureau and the new setupof will be obtained weekly not the land owner, there is a that it would be necessary to sued a terrific fight which ended in ,i

storm information bureaus is the by mail and occasionally by radio ( period of tw o years allowed the landowner buy up the' low land owned by Mr. the beautiful fish reposing in the'

most complete of its kind ever in and telephone when a disturbance is I to redeem the certificate for' Cook and such' others as may be fac- bottom of the boat. Mis. Frierson

use in the United States. Details of in progress. I the' sale price. plus three per cent ed with a similar ,condition. The stated that the fish left 'the water

its far-flung *stations and methodsof The, Miami Weather Bureau will annual interest. If the certificate is Flood Control Board, although it five times before it was finally land-

operation were described last obtain coast guard observationsfrom not thus redeemed, the buyer may was abolished as a taxing unit by the ed. i
week in the Miami Herald and the Fort. Lauderdale and the Dinner bring foreclosure action to obtain a late session of the Legislature, still The deepening of the Caloosahatchee 1:", I!

following story of Mr. Carson's ac- key bases, and lighthouse obser- tax deed title to the property.The has considerable money on hand for river and the fact that from -

tivities in putting the system in op- vations from Fowey Rock and Carys- two year redemption 'clause contingincies such as this one. Ortona to the Gulf is now a sea level -

eration for the "season" will be in- fort. applies on property other than homesteads The problem of water control canal is an indication that many
ttfcesting and worth-while: which the certificates are salt water wish wJll find their 'way
/ Southern selected ship reports will on which is encountered is said to be
Thursday morning Mr. Carson be sent regularly to Jacksonville by sold at auction. A 10-year- redemp- caused by the removal of the old into Lake Okeechobee. Although the
will leave here in a United States tion is allowed \homestead fish caught by Mrs. Frierson is smallin
radio at 0000 and 1200 GreenwichCivil period E. D. D. lock at Citrus Center which
coast guard plane for Nassau, where time (7 p. m. and 7 a. m. in property. enabled the_ upper river -to be held relation to the tarpon caught on
lie will join David Saulter, super- Excess to Owner the coasts, it was sufficiently large 1
Miami). These reports will be put at a higher level than the second
intendent of telegraph for the Ba- on the teletype, including the namesof If the bid for a tax certificate at pool between there and Lake Flirt. to give anyone plenty of fun with i

haman government. Mr. Saulter, ships. The observations will be in I the public sale is more than the light tackle and the presence of \ I II

Mr. Carson and another Bahaman the Universal group of internationalcode. amount of delinquent taxes, tho average I I small ones indicates that there may

official, will then visit each of the i must be paid by the clerk ,of also be much larger ones now in the

12 other weather bureau stations in Co-operative ship reports will be court to the owner of the land, who NEW WELFARE BOARD lake.

the Bahaman islands, after inspect- and'will be still has the redemption privilege
radioed to
ing the Nassau equipment The within two years. STATE PLANNING HOARD
the teletype, including namesof WILL TAKE OFFICE
coast guard plane piloted by Lieut.F. ships. These observations also Some state officials, said it wouldbe TO BE CONTINUED

A. Erickson, and with a radio- possible under the law, to settlea

man and a mechanic aboard, will be will will be be in taken the at universal 0000, 0600 code., They 1200 $1,000 tax bill for as little, as $100 ON FIRST OF MONTHWelfare Tallahassee, June 17 (FNS-

at their 'disposal for the week it and 1800 Greenwich Civil Time (7p. or perhaps less. *They explained, thata Failure 'of'' the legislature to appro-
will take to make the rounds of the I property owner 'may ask for ,the priate funds for the administrationof
'. m., 1 a. m., 7 a. m., and 1 p. m.
stations. in Miami.) delinquent tax certificates againsthis activities which have the State Planning Board does

Mr. Carson will take with him a land to be offered for sale. He been carried on by the District No. not mean that the work of the board

portable mercurial barometer with Special ship reports will be received bids $100 and there is no other bid. 8 Board of Social Welfare are being will be discontinued, 'according to
call. When tropical disturbance -
which' the barometers throughoutthe on a The certificate automatically goes suspended preparatory to the trans- Governor Cone, who informed press

Bahamas will be checked. In is in progress or suspectedto to him as the highest and best bid-. fer of records, equipment, etc., to representatives this week that arrangements -
be developing, the weather bureau -I
., addition to checking the instru- the new Welfare Board which will are being made for the
will make direct calls for ship der.The '
ments at each station Mr. Carson redemption act is effective be set'' up July 1, according to D. W. State Road Department to take over

and the officials will discuss instructions I weather observations through appropriate for two years. At the end of four Ireland, district chairman. This is the board's duties with no additional -
weather bureau offices.
in connection with reporting years, property on which the tax certificates being done only for the purpose of expense other than salary of a
the weather observationsfrom Miami will make these calls through have not been sold will revert turning over to the new board as secretary. For the past two ':years

the various Bahaman points. Radio, Marine Corporation station to full ownership by the state, good an organization as possible I the Planning Board has had $25,000
WOE West Palm Beach. Other calls
Additional data will be furnished I and may be sold by the trustees of with all the records in shape, Mr. annually' for expenses.
from, some stations to supplementthe will be put through the Port Arthur' the internal improvement, fund with Ireland declared., "The legislature did not repeal .

reports which have "teen received -I Tampa'stations, Galveston, San Juan' and Mobile clear title, and all delinquent taxes No new applications will be ac- the law that established the Plan- '

in past years. I : I' cancelled., The original owner or oth- cepted by the present ,board for old ning Board," the governor said
The Miami Bureau '
The Bahaman weather reports extends southward Weather to the Canal Zone area ers could buy- the property from the age assistance, surplus commodities, "They "just didn't give them any

constitute an integral part of the trustees. WPA certification or any of the oth- money.
and northward to latitude 35, east- M. L.
hurricane system, and the impor- er services formerly performed by Montgomery, secretary since
and westwardto
ward to longitude 55, the
tance of this information to south the district staff, Mr. Ireland said. Planning Board was organized,
the Gulf of Mexico. Any weather tendered his
Florida in the, event of a tropicaldisturbance He pointed out that no hardship is resignation effective
bureau observations received by
July 1.
cannot be over estimated Tropical Radio Company of Miami, WATER CONTROL IS involved in the closing of intake at

Mr. Carson said. not specifically addressed to the this time because no new old age ''assistance -

The itenerary for the plane trip i weather bureau, will immediatel cases can be added U1i \*r I SUBSCRIBE TO THE NEWS

will include Nassau, the first day; be provided by the Miami office and DISCUSSED TUESDAY the present program and there is suf'

Mangrove cay on Andros island and placed on the teletype weather bureau -'I ficient reservoir of eligible people
Cat cay and ,Bimini, the second day. circuit. already certified in the district for I
On the third day stations will be visited -, Reports from the Bahamas on reg- I assignment to WPA.. I

at Harbour island on northern ular observations will be received, The distribution of surplus com- .

Eleuthera island, and Governors I during the morning and afternoon I I modities will be continued to famil- FLORIDA
Moore Haven Democrat
Harbour central Eleuthera island
on ; ies who have already been approved
from Nassau, Inagua and Mayaguana. .
fourth West End Grand Ba- Continued weather and the x
day on These observations will be in I dry he declared.
hama island, and Hope Tows on alarming drop in the water table inlands
the West Indian figure code and will --Applications for old age assist-
Abaco; fifth day the Bight on Cat i adjacent to Three-Mile canal
be sent by' radio ''and placed on the ance, as well as all other requests ]
island and Riding Rocks on San led to a conference between officials
teletype in Miami. for services, which have not yet been
Salvador or Watlings island. On the of, the U. S. Engineers and farmers, FNi
When a tropical disturbance is in acted upon by the board, will be
last day the party will fly to Clar- drainage officials and interested citizens "W
progress additional Bahaman reports turned over to the incoming board
ence Town on Long Island where I of this area at the Ortona .
are available on call through Miami.In along with other records, Mr. Ire-
they will spend the night. On the Locks Tuesday afternoon at three :
transmitting reports to Nassauthe land said. i ::
following day they will fly to Mathew Miami office will transpose into o'clock._ Carawan Nelson, senior en- The last checks to recipients of Ii!} liSm
Town on Inagua island, and before gineer in charge of the Clewiston
the same code is used for the
as reg- old age assistance under the tempo- Iiilj1
reaching Nassau the return, trip sub-office assistant
on ular and his A. R.
in the
reports Bahamas. Obser- rary old age plan administered by
will stop at George Town on Exhuma Broadfoot represented the' engin ers I
vations from special stations along the State and District Boards of So- (
island. Inter-island radio communi- at the meeting.Mr. ,
the keys in Florida and in Cuba will
cial Welfare, will be mailed from the
cation in the Bahamas supplies spee- be received' in Miami and immediately .' Nelson explained to the upper general office in Jacksonville, about (jj} [t1; fior

dy weather observation reports Mr. placed on the teletype. river delegation that the same' situ- June 15. Mr. Ireland announced. The (;y;
Carson said. The weather report ation which! was causing, excessive
June allotment will be paid by one
from Nassau summarizing the dryness in this section was bringing
Miami 1 Mobley Wins- check instead of two as has been J
island stations is relayed to 'the flood waters to certain areas be-
customary. Checks sent out June 15,
Weather Bureau by Tropical tween Citrus Center and the new I
therefore; will be for twice the am-
R dio. (Continued From Page One) locks; that is- the elevation at which
The teletype system in Miami will breezed through the'next five games the river is now being held and whichis ount customarily distributed on the
15th of the month and will cover
connect this station with 11 other with the loss of only six points winning -i, the dry weather maximum. The Stop at the
the period from June 1st through
stations including Brownsville, Corpus the set and match at 2-6, 8-6,1 fixed spillway elevation at the new

Christi, Galveston, Houston, 6-2. locks is 11.5 and it is estimated that June 30. foteL{ Patcicia

Jacksonville, Key West, Mobile, New Tennis, as a whole, has improvedin at this time approximately'six inchesof All staff members who are entit-

r Orleans, Pensacola, Port Arthur and Clewiston over 100 per cent since water is going over the spillway led to vacations and whose servicesare

Tampa.All the installation of the new tennis making an elevation of the water not absolutely necessary to com- 312 S. E. SECOND AVENUEAll

observations including land courts. Young players who used to there twelve feet. There is no more plete, the liquidation, will be given

stations, continental United States, Ibe I considered just beginners and than a few tenths difference in ele- vacations starting June 15. A skel- Outside Rooms With

Mexican, Central American, North I hardly worthy of notice are today vation between Moore Haven and the eton staff will be kept on duty to

and South American, West Indian in-I developing into players of which locks. July 1 to complete the work of com- Private Bath ....

cluding the Bahaman and any city would be proud. Perhaps it C. C. Cook, owner of approximately piling reports assembling records, COOL, CLEAN, QUIET
Canadian and all ship observations I is not considered the best of etiquette eighty acres of improved propertya : etc., preparatory to ,the transfer on

are placed on the teletype, and will to mention names in such short distance above the new locks that date. Overlooking Bis>cayne Bay

be available at each station in the cases but the writer believes that attended the meeting and stated thata New state and district boards will

book up. I every encouragement should be giv- portion of his property was already be appointed by the Governor to car Two blocks to Shops, Theatre and

These reports Beginning Wednesday en to those who are really trying to under water, that another sizeable ry on welfare activities in the state Business Section.

will be received twice daily at! develop their game and who are portion was too wet to farm and after July under a law enacted by

7:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m., while intermediate -: showing such progress that' it will that should the water be raised, as the recent legislature. The 1935 wel- RATES -

observations will be received not be very long before we will be the Moore Haven delegation asked, fare law, under which the present

at 1:30 a. m. and 1:30'p.' m., seeing some of these younger players another foot and a half or two feet boards have operated will expire on $1.50 Single

from a limited number of stationsand I bring some championships from that the water could cover most of June 30."You .

all co-operative ships which maybe other localities.To bis property.Mr. $2.50 DoubleSpecial

in a hurricane area., During per-I' mention a few of these younger Nelson stated that he believednot

iods when a storm is approachingthe players whose game has developed more than a hundred and fifty didn't carry out your plan Family, Weekly &

coastline these regular and inter- wonderfully since the Installa- acres would be flooded should the I to elope?" Monthly Rates .

mediate observations will be sup- tion of the new courts are, Coburn I water be raised to a point requestedbut "No, I found father was planningto

plemented by frequent special observations -' Moore, Bob Beardsley, Billie Owen, ,. that it would be necessary to I move and I didn't know whoie S. D. McCREARY, Proprietor

from numerous land sta-I| Leroy Haro and Ed Von Mach. These check the contour maps and possibly -we'd find him when we got back.---

tions in the effected areas and ships boys should be given every help and run a new survey to determine Portland, Me, Evening Express. .


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