The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00693
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: July 29, 1938
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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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
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HARLEM THEATERIS REP. E. L STEWART f Dyess Uninjured I U.- S. So C. Official Makes:

In Boat ExplosionHerman


Dyess had a narrow escape
from' death Wednesday morn-
SUNDAY NIGHT ELECTION ing when the engine of the Kissiin- Club In Miami
mee, cabin cruiser of the U. S.

Working" with practically no clues Representative Elbert L. Stewartof Engineer department, exploded as .
and no known motive, officers are attended he was working on it at its moor- -

still attempting; the solution of the lative Hendry caucus county held at Moon a legis-Lake Ing place near the warehouse. Dy- Text Of Talk In Which Jay W. Moran Protests : .
dynamiting of the moving picture ess was blown through a windo'V'and

theater in Harlem, which occurred Saturday, which resulted in the into the water of the boat Limitation of Production On Non-Surplus Crops'

about 10:30 Sunday evening and election of G. Pierce Wood of Lib- slip, but received only minor

'partially wrecked the newly com- erty county speaker of the 1939 bruises. ----o-

pleted building. session? The Kissimmee was being pre- Farmers InterestedIn Says Off-Shore Areas
Two explosions, one shortly following pared for a trip over the Caloosa--
This is the first time in the
the other, occurred from hatchee next day, when it was I Get Best Of Reciprocity ,
dynamite charges which had been history of Florida's legislature thata scheduled,, to take a group of West Wage Hearing I

placed beneath each rear corner of legislative caucus has preceeded Point cadets on an inspection trip I AgreementsWhat

the building. The building had the session by more than a day. of the project. It had been fueled The attention of the public is

just been completed and Mrs. Mary When asked for his reaction to and held 140' gallons of gasoline I called to the hearing which wil!
Hayes Davis, owner and operator in reserve tanks. The engine exploded does the future hold for .
officers of the Agricultural
be held by -
the new plan of electing a speaker
( <( k of the Clewiston, LaBelle and Moore but fire extinguishers Adjustment ,Administration the Everglades? This great natural
C Haven theaters, planned to open months in advance, Mr. Stewart ly brought the resulting qUiCk-I in Moore Haven relative tc resource of Florida] ; with soil more

the new show Wednesday even- replied: "Wjhen the new plan was under control, so that the wages to be paid workers on sugar fertile. than the famous Valley of

' ing.A first suggested, I did not believeit not reach the store of gasoline: production in Florida. The hear I the Nile is indeed the garden spot;
colored watchman, named The interior of the boat was not only of America but of the
would be of any benefit, but nowI ing is to be held on Tuesday Aug
FIord, who usually slee'ps in the in hay ruined in the accident, though the ust 9th, beginning at 9:00 a. m. in: world. Miamians are justly inter-
building spent the week-end in can see many: advantages hull was 'still in good shape. The the court room of the counts, ested in the future of the Ever- ,

Sarasota, and po one was in the ing the speaker already selected. Kissimmee was stored in the boat court house in Moore Haven. glades because what happens to the
building at the time. In previous years, the opening date house on the government reservation Everglades 'Will be reflected in the
The building is of metal over of the session found members worn until her final disposition is Wages for harvesting of sugarcane prosperity of this great City of

wooden siding and lined with Celo- out from a fight over the selectionof decided upon.WORK beginning September 1, 193S the SouthMiami.It .
tex. The entire rear wall and l the speaker. Often bitter feel- and continuing through June :;0th,
is hard to realize that it has
torn aroused in the fight and 1939, and for cultivating and
portion of the roof was away ings were only been since'' the world war that
by the blasts, which dug a deep the session opened with that dis IS PROMISEDBY I planting cane during all of 193S highways have penetrated the Ever-

hole beneath each corner and cov- advantage. will be affected by the testimony; glades. Less than 15 years ago
ered the surrounding area with "As it is," continued Mr. Stew- introduced at the hearing
Sugarland ,Highway, crossing the
A deal of art "whatever antagonism! was Shields Robert B. i
pulverized sand. great HALE ON ROAD Robert: H. upper 'Glades from ocean to Gulf,
:' damage ,vas done inside the build- aroused in the selecting of a speaker Tyler, G. LaGuardia and Olf Wake was non-existent. It will probablybe

ing by pressure from the explosion; will scarcely survive the eight field have been designated as presiding another year before Miami will

much of the Celotex and moldingwill months which must pass before the 25 WITHIN WEEKClewiston officers to conduct the hear have direct access to the upper

have to be repaired. session convenes. Instead of spend- ing. 'Glades through the completion of "
Fuses 40 feet in length hud ing much time the last few months labor lithe I
interested in Since agricultural Highway 26. The Everglades has
been attached to the dynamite trying to elect our favorite to the is much will be Indirectly
workon Everglades section : developed fast, as befits such an. "
charges and it is estimated that speaker's chair, we can be busy I a promise that affected by the results oi outstanding area.
hour ,was requiredfor with a legislative program. And State Road 25, between Twenty-
more than an the hearing it is expected thai
The Everglades only awaits the--
Six-Mile Bend in
Mile and
the fuses to burn. Although the speaker has the advantage elf Bend
I will be many Everglades vegetable grower removal of the dead hand of limi-
resumed -
Palm Beach county,
little trace was left by the culprit, much time to study the problems will be present. It is stated thai tation on the production of non
which will confront him, to select within a week. The promise -
Sheriff Delaney has not given up ,
there will be time and room given
surplus crags to blossom forth into
Senator John R.
made to
and to otherwise was
He his committees
of solving th crime.
hopes for all who wish to attend or tc
the greatest productive area in the
Beacham of Palm Beach county by
underway. the details essential to a
has several investigations prepare
I I present testimony. world. Once the Everglades is
Arthur: B. Hale, chairman of the
placed on the smooth working legislature. .
Workmen were
I --
"" : permitted its rightful place in the
on Mon- "Tlr7"Stewartr-s"ald-the[ 'gathering .sta.t eIl tme.11.-
building to begin repairs ; : ; ">.
The reconstruction of that West Point Cadets National economy, the'"entire"State- -
day, and Mrs. Davis states that was one of good feeling, and that -i'1
i and Nation will] be greatly bene-
closes the
In the highway
she expects to begin operating. ; the although there were two strong
i from Belle Glade to West Palm Inspect Waterway fited. Think what an additional
show there with as little delay as, candidates for the speakership,
I ,possible. there was little bitterness evident. Beach, and makes necessary a detour 100,000 happy, contented' self-sup-
I I 1 through Pahokee and Canal porting families in the Evergladeswill -
Point The work on the highway Eleven West Point cadets on mean to Miami; to the other
: tour of Florida accompanied bj; commercial centers of the entire
few weeks ago, and the
stopped; a
/t. Russell Kay Discusses Safety department stated that funds were Col.fr.. E. Brown, Col. W. E. Nation.

I It. exhausted. Gunster and Capt. C. H. Mason oi: These statements are, it is true, '

Senator Beacham stated that the Jacksonville office of the U. generalizations, but' proof of their
Before State Safety Chairman Hale explained that W. S. engineers, made a two day over- specific application is available and

; H. Dowling? chief engineer of the land inspection of the Caloosahat- will be presented.Cuba .

I department, is in Atlanta completing chee-Okeechobee waterway this is granted duty free access
Kay, Secretary or'the grade crossings is to the contraryf to obtain week. The cadets left by auto-
arrangements to our markets for her fruits
j Florida Press Association and When I was a kid and anyone got of which mobile for Venice to see recent improvements -
funds portion
PWA! a vegetables only during that portionof
President of the Florida Clipping killed in an automobile it was will be used on the Road 25 prO- at Casey's pass and the year when South Florida is
Service, delivered the following ad- to St. Petersburgand
NEWS and we'd spend a lot of ject. Mr. Hale said he expects then, continue sending the self-same fruits and
dress at the recent state-wide Safe- i to be shown harbor
the money to be' available in a few vegetables fo our market. When i
time on the story, and smear it
Florida I
of the Safety
Conference !
ty of the work there. .
days and that operations other States are producing these
Council. across. the front page but for the cross-state; road will be resumed I The cadets visiting here have same fruits and vegetables, Cuban
Mr. Kay: last few'years we've simply hada The i two at West -and I
within two weeks. department all completed years products are subjected to tariff
"I have; been called upon to annoy single column sterotype about expects; to obtain enough funds in Point and are enjoying the only duty. -
a variety of gatherings in my the size of an ordinary mastheadthat the given in
this allocation to complete extended leave they are Cuba is guaranteed 29 percent ,
time, newspaper men, grocery we slap on the front page work. the four years they spend at the
democrats, old demo- just like the weather report and of our sugar I I
clerks, young The department considers Road army college. The boys, all from
bureaucrats and autocrats, daily cartoon it reads "SEVEN The Phillipine Islands are granted -
crats, 25 as an emergency project and Florida, Georgia and Alabama, were.
first time I KILLED IN GRADE CROSSING exclusive rights to-over 15 per-
but this is ever will push it as rapidly as possible, guests at the Inn.
got messed up with a safety con- SMASH". We use the same lead Chairman Hale stated. The roadbed Members of the party were Colonel cent of our sugar market.:

ference. and same story and all we have to is being widened so as to provide Brown, Colonel Gunster' Cap- Puerto Rico is granted not only
"All my life I've been safety con-.! do is' just fill in the names. more space between the paving tain Mason, W. F. Coleman, J. J. exclusive rights to her home mar-

scious, I've stuck myself with "We have signs on our highways and the canal as an accident prevention Eaton, W. P. Fowler, I.. W. Hough, kets, but, in addition, is guaranteed
safety pins, cut myself with safety which read "Stop, Look, and Lis- measure. C. L. Moore, R. R. Norris, J. P. 12 percent of our sugar market. "'
razors, had my fanny fanned in ten!" but about the only time the A committee of West Palm Beach Shearer, Otis Ulm, R. S. Wells and Hawaii is guaranteed 14 percent

safety zones, cracked my shinse on average motorist does is when he's and Everglades residents, have held W. F. Winton Before coming to of our sugar market.

safety valves, burnt myself on safe- trying to determine whether or not two meetings recently to consider Clewiston the party had visited at Florida Is prohibited from fillingits

ty matches and been talked into that knock he heard was in his measures of having the work re- Fort Lauderdale, Palm Beach, Miami own sugar bowl. ;

payin' the. check by the. Safety Di- motor. The average man seems to sumed. and Key West. The cadets When this statement has been f
rector. be able to detect a. rattle in his are scheduled to be back at West: nade previously the listeners have ,

I "While we've made great progress car quicker than he scan one in his Nearly Half MillionIn Point Aug. 28.TEACHER. aid it was unbelievable that such ';
I in safety education we still head. You know there was a time :i condition could exist. Permit me

have a long way to go. Engineersgive when all our wooden headed driv- A.A.A. Benefits RESIGNS :to; quote from the Sugar Act of
us shatter-proof glass and ers were on the golf links, but now 1937. I quote:

steel bumpers but what we really you find them everywhere. Miss Grace Arnold, English teacher "Section 209. All persons are
need today are dependable rubber "And I guess that brings us to I I Final payments of 534635.53: I in LaBelle submitted her icsir 'Hereby prohibited *** from ship-

telephone poles. Our motor car the subject, of highway beautification. have been made to farmers, cattle- nation under date of July 20, t, ilng, transporting, or marKeting' in

I 4:' manufacturers brag of their an- You know I have always menand sugar cane growers of accept a position at Melrose, Fla. nterstate commerce, or in comctition -
nual turnovers and our traffic ti.on an advocate of beautiful Glades and Hendry County under at a better salary and with th with sugar or liquid sugar

records verify them. It takes 15,000 highways. Some states are making the Agricultural Adjustment Net prospect of a nine month term. shipped; transported, or marketedn

nuts to hold an automobile together real progress in that direction but since the 1937!) harvest period which Miss Arnold gives as her reaso.i interstate or foreign commerce, ,
while nut can scatter here in Florida there seems to ,be disclosed board If or liquid sugar produced
one ended April 1, 1038!) it was for' asking the school my sugar I
the, darn thing all over the land- quite a controversy between those yesterday by County AgentG. cancel; her appointment that "since from sugar beets or sugarcane

scape. who want shrubs and those who C. Hodge who is in charge ,)fall there is a probability of a cut 11" grown; in either the domestic-beet-

"'\ hile we are getting our high- want scrubs on our highways. So benefit payments under the act pay for LaBelle and,, since or sugar area or the mainland-cane-
ways straightened out in some sec- far there seems to be more in the two counties. never knows whether position is Sugar area after the quota for such ,
tions we still have a lot of roads SCRUBS than SHRUBS. In fac't. The larger portion of this amount :ecure: be'oIHl.the, present year area has been filled;***" I

\ that are all cluttered up with as far as I've been able to determine I went for sugar benefits, it is understood have decided to accept the 1IelrosEoffer. Get the full significance of that _

square turns, you see in the old the matter of highway but more than $90,000 we.it ."LaBelle News. quotation..-Florida is part and i I
days our road builders used to beautification is in Florida more to cattleman who had compliedwith parcel of the mainlandcanesugar'area '
I, 1 .work on the principle that one good BULL than anything else. soil conservation practices and so her producers are prohibited -

i jl turn deserves another, and the !"But speaking of cattle on the farmers who have practiced soil 132,151 acres of noucrop fenced from selling sugar in Floridain i
more turns the greater turnover."I highway; I had hoped to be able conservation or have withdrawn thelequired pasture land under the AAA program competition with sugar from, li
remember aWHile bacx it was to dodge that question, but don't amount of land from pro and expects the payments robe offshore areas and foreign countries.The .

u freely predicted that the automo- misunderstand me I have nothing duction of soil depleting crops. near the ,million dollar mark for law just quoted was enacted

I I I bile would put the railroad train against the cow, not even a fender Mr. Hodge states that his office the year if all farmers, pasturemenand during the first session of theSeventyFifth

: li( out of business, but all the evl- and I hope I' never will have. My now has under work sheets for growers cooperate with -- the Congress of the Unit, '

. been to gather at (Continued 00. 8) 1038, 55,096 acres of cropland and program, I (Continued on page 8), -
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Review of Current Events I DIZZY DRAMAS-Now Playing-"Yo Ho!" By Joe Bowers II I


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Than Forty Democratic Congressmen MarkedFor SAILOR.-

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Cheese--pzrince: of Proteins fJ tf1p'tOfaWith
Vincent Meyer, farmer of Johnson county, Kansas, received the first
crop insurance policy issued by the Federal Crop Insurance corporation.Left this Free

to right in the picture above are: Donald Meyer, Mrs.'Meyer, Rita, Bulletin on Planninga

James, Joseph and Vincent Meyer, Roy M. Green of the Washington Noted Food Authority Tells Why You Should Correct Summer Diet
bureau of the corporation, and Roy Turner, Johnson county bureau super-

intendent. Eat More of the Food That Is So SEND for the free bulletin on"
Cool with Food,
Rich in Protective Elements.By offered by C.Houston Goudiss.It .
(fV:7Ji.cLuc.d 1 outlines the principles of plan-

C. HOUSTON GOUDISS ning a healthful summer diet,

SUMMARIZES THE WORLD'S WEEK 6 East 39th Street New York City lists "cooling" and "heating"

O Western Newspaper Union. FOR many years, men with an inventive turn of mind foods and is complete with

C.I.O. Purge 100 to 1. He himself told the people 'dreamed of creating a product that would concen- menu suggestions.
Proposes a
in Dublin "it was just dumb luck trate all the important food elements in a small tablet or JustaddressC.Houaton,
than 40 members of con- 6 East 39th Street, New York
10 TV/TORE that I got here." have been desire to
** gress are' marked for C, I. O. American capsule. They inspired by a simplify City. A post card is all that is
Minister John Cudahy
opposition in the fall elections by a took care of the aviator at the lega meal preparation without sacrificing nutritive values.No necessary to carry your requestpractically
blacklist formulated by John L. one has ever succeededin
tion. It was decided that the adventurer -
Lewis and given out should return to this side by making a synthetic food strong bones and sound teeth, and
by E. L. Oliver, executive -
for the heart
s boat. that would both satisfy hun- keeping beating
vice presi- difference between
*: normally. oneandonefourthinch
n' JrY;: dent of Labor's Non- ger and properly nourish the cube of American Cheddar i cheese and meat with respect to

CFl/rjY Partisan league, the British Monarchs in Paris body. But all the while, the cheese contains as much calciumas ease of digestion, at least in such

political agency of 'KING GEORGE VI and Queen researchers have overlooked the an 8-ounce glass of milk. quantities as are commonly
the Committee for Elizabeth of England went to eaten."
magnificent possibilities of The individual who does not
Industrial Organization. Paris for a state visit of four days, There was also a notion that
for milk
Oliver said the and this was regarded as a vitally cheese one of the most concentrated care easily obtain the as a beverage cal-can because it is so high in food value,

opposition to those important event politically. Appar- nourishing, satisfying and cium from cheese. necessary But it is practically cheese should only be eaten in
named was based it undertaken let the small But scientific
ently was to versatile of foods. impossible to get adequate quantities.
chiefly on their dictator know that Great tests have that cheese
countries amounts of this mineral without proven may
stand on the wage- Britain and France would continueto -*- be, eaten by normal individuals in
either milk .
John L. Lewis hour bill. He indi- stand firmly as allies. o Cheese-The Body Builder large quantities, as the principal

cated it merely was a coincidencethat Britain's foreign secretary, Vis- rennet cheese, phosphorus, source of protein, with entirely
almost without exception those Cheese is the most concentratedsource as well as calcium, is present in beneficial health.
count Halifax; the French premier, effects upon
marked for defeat also fought Mr.Roosevelt's Edouard Daladier, and Foreign of protein known. Moreover the same proportions as in milk, -*-
the protein but is much
more highly concen-
reorganization -
government Minister Georges Bonnet held political of such high type trated. As in milk, these min- Place of Cheese in the Diet
court packing
Supreme talks to discuss the world
'ts that if it were the erals in form that is most
situation during the visit. are a There is a case on record of a
bills.Among the Democratic rules com- I: only bodybuildingfood nearly perfect for easy assimi- young man who lived for two
mittee members marked for opposi- in the diet, lation. Rennet-curd cheese is always years on a daily diet consisting of

tion were Rep. E. E. Cox of Geor- Wheat AllotmentH given in sufficient high in sulphur and fairly one-half pound of cheese a one-

gia, opponent of administration policies R. TOLLEY, AAA administrator quantities, it wouldbe high in iron. Furthermore the pound loaf of whole wheat bread

in the house; Rep. Howard W. announced a national adequate not iron is in the most readily assimi- and two pounds of fruit. While 1oooo-\'

Smith of Virginia, against whom wheat allotment for fall and spring "x only to maintain lated form. this limited diet might prove monotonous -

James Roosevelt and Thomas G. planting of not more than 55,000,000 life but to support -*- to some people, it is pos-

(Tommy the Cork) Corcoran have acres the mini- normal growth.Cuehallpound. sible to utilize cheese as the easi-
allowable of Cheese and Vitamins est method of providing importantfood
putup a young radical, William E. mum under -
Dodd Jr.; and Rep. Lawrence LewIs the act. American Cheddar Cheese is a splendid source of value,. varying the diet, and

of Colorado, chairman of the The action, which cheese will supplyall vitamin A, which promotes growth simplifying meal preparation."For
Democratic congressional campaign A came as the resultof the protein required by an and increases resistance to dis there are more than 200 distinc-

committee.The : the 967,000,000- adult for an entire day. ease. It is especially importantfor tive varieties of cheese listed by .

other Democratic members' bushel yield forecastfor -* eye health and is necessaryto the department agriculture, ;
this year on a prevent the affliction known as ranging from the smooth, delicately -
marked for the Repre- I
were aa k
f Cheese-The Energy FoodIn
sentatives William J. Driver of Ar- \ iL'IY seeded acreage of night blindness. The amount of flavored cream cheese, which

kansas J. Bayard Clark of North ,3 80,000,000, came in addition to its rich store of vitamin A varies with the type of may be given to very young children .1

Carolina; and Martin Dies of Texas. the form of an protein, cheese is also a fine cheese, but both American Cheddar to the sharp tangy cheese

Included in the Lewis blacklistare order signed by source of energy.A and Parmesan cheese are extremely which is especially popular with

Senators Tydings of Maryland, _;.""";>.:.JII M. L. Wilson, actingH. cube of Cheddar cheese one- rich in this substance men. Fortunately, almost every .

Adams of Colorado and Lonerganof R. Tolley secretary of agricul- and-one-eighth inches square pro- and cream cheese is an outstanding type can be purchased in pack- i
Connecticut. ture. vides 100 calories or the, equiva- source. Vitamins Band G aged form, in sizes that are con-

Details to cover the state allot- lent in energy value of the lean are also found in whole milk venient for large and small families .

Among the Democratic repre- ments on this 30 per cent reduction meat of one lamb chop or one cheese. making it possible to enjoya 1
sentatives marked for oppositionare medium-sized potato. One-half wide variety. i
basis are expected to result in pro
With this wealth of food values
Hatton W. Sumners of Texas
tests in winter wheat areas where pound of Cheddar cheese furnishes would to find cheese I Cheese can be used as a 'main j
of Ohio Leo Kocial- one expect
A. P. Lamneck
the seeding will get under way this 1,000 calories, about half the daily the in dish; in salads or sandwiches; asa 1
appearing on menu some ,
of Illinois R. L.
Doughtonof fall, despite the minimum loan of requirement of an adult leading a form But the' sauce for vegetables; as a des- .
day. though
North Carolina H. B. Steagall of every
59 to 60 cents a bushel announcedby sedentary life. annual of cheese in the sert. It is desirable at the same ',j
Lea of California f
C. F.
the AAA in hope that a sizable -*- United States exceeds 700,000,000 time.to serve bulky foods, such as ,
of Colorado C. I.
Fred Cummings part of the 1938 crop will,be kept on : fruits and vegetables. Cheese may J
White of Idaho, R. L. De Rouen of Cheese for Mineral Salts pounds, it should be much greater. I
the farms. also be combined advantageously
Louisiana John Rankin and Will The annual per capita consumption I j
"The acreage allotment providedfor Because milk is rich in miner- with carbohydrate foods. This is ,
is only 51,2. pounds-a woe-
Whittington of Mississippi, H. B. Cof- als it follows that cheese, whichis ,
in the agricultural adjustmentact because the balanced diet requires \,
fee of Nebraska, Sam McReynoldsof into made from milk, contains these fully figure we con- ,
of 1938 puts effect one more sider more carbohydrates, than protein. .
the wide benefits that would
Mansfield Fritz '
J. I.
Tennessee, phase of the general AAA wheat precious substances in highly con- its And cheese is essentially a pro
result from
Lanahan and M. H. West of Texas program," Tolley said. "Both this centrated form. It is an excellent greater use. tein food, interchangeable with

S. O. Bland of Virginia and Joe acreage allotment and the wheat source of calcium, the mineral The failure of American homemakers I I meats arid fish.Questions. :i

Smith of West Virginia. loan are a part of the ever-normal which is responsible for building to use cheese in the

K Loans in amounts that they should is, I believe :
granary yearsof
'Sneak' Flight Over Ocean surplus help farmers hold over due to three factors: first, I L Answered )! :1

their surplus for years of shortage. a lack of knowledge concerningits
DOUGLAS P. CORRIGAN, a'''' Acreage allotments keep the sur- Do You Want to LearnHow splendid food values; second, a
young airplane motor expert' plus within bounds and help'main- belief in the old superstition that Mrs. F. T. M.-Both orange .j

from California, couldn't get per- tain prices and income of farmers." cheese is not easy to digest; and juice and' prune juice have their ::,
mission from the air commerce bureau -, The order placed the total avail- to Plan II third, failure to take advantage of place in the child's diet. Orange .<

to fly across the Atlantic, so able supply for the, current market- the many ways in which it can juice is rich in vitamin C; prune }:
:' he started off secretly from Floyd be served. juice is a fine natural laxative
ing year at 1,147,000,000 bushels, and LnHgtuEDiEt lGet .
Bennett field New York and landed of theblood- ;
and is a good source ,
the "normal supply" level, as pro- -*-
at Baldonnel Ireland 28 hours _
vided for in the farm act, at 866,000-
and 13 minutes later. 000. This Free Bulletin Digestibility of Cheese -*-

The remarkable feature of the I -tc-I Offered by C. Houston Goudiss The foregoing outline of its i I Miss G. B.-The dark meat of
flight was that it was made in a''. many food values should give a fat
Marie Dies chicken contains a more
rickety old single-motored Curtiss' Queen of this newspaper new conception of its place in the than the white meat, and there- I
Robin plane that was not equipped DOWAGER QUEEN MARIE of READERS to write to C. diet. As to its digestibility, stud- fore supplies a few more calories. ,"::

with navigation instruments radioor who had been ill fora Houston Goudiss, 6 East 39th ies by the United States Depart- The difference, however, is very ,.
the ordinary safety devices. year, died at her summer resi- Street, New York City, for a ment of Agriculture have entirely .
Having neither flight permit, landing -: dence at Bucharest, mourned by the free copy of his bulletin, "Helpful disproved the fallacy that it is not i slight.
papers nor passport, Corriganl\ entire nation. King Carol, her son, Hints on Planning a Laxative completely digestible.It ,
laughingly declared in Dublin that was at her bedside as she passed Diet." found that Mrs. S. F.-All 20 of a child'sfirst "

he had intended to fly back to California ; away.' Marie was an English prin- The bulletin gives concrete about was 95 per cent of on the an average proteinand set of teeth are inside the

but set his magnetic compass;, cess, granddaughter of Victoria, suggestions for combatting over 95 per cent of the fat jaw and almost completely calci- 1
wrong and flew in the opposite di when she married Ferdinand, who faulty elimination through cor- of cheese digested and ab- fied before birth, though the first
rection. His was the sixth westeastsolo ascended the Rumanian throne in rect eating and proper habits of were tooth does not erupt for some
sorbed. The various kinds of
flight across the Atlantic. In 1914. She attained international hygiene. It gives a list of laxa- months after birth. That is one ''
tive foods and contains full cheese tested were found to com- it is important
the direction reason why so
: opposite only Mollison prominence by her activities and led
favorably in digestibilitywith
sample menus; A post- pare mother to con-
wee s for the expectant
and Beryl Markham have been ,
sue- Rumania to enter the World war on \..
the food of mixed
card is sufficient to carry your an average amounts of cal-
adequate .fi ,
cessful. sume
the side of the allies. In 1926 Queen request. diet. It was also demonstrated experimentally '
Veteran flyers said Corrigan's feat Marie made a spectacular five- "that there cium.
was WNU C. Houston Goudtss19382INews
war accomplished against odds of weeks' tcur of the United States. -



Wise and Otherwisev AROUND Items of Interest

iiiiiiiipf -v-
up to date: Nowa- to the Housewife

days the earth revolves on its the HOUSE| 4

P 1 1i taxes.. ; -. ... .- .

There were gangsters in an-
cient Egypt, says a professor.It Dustless Dusters. To make !. Keep Milk From Curdling.-
dustless dusters, saturate cheese- While boiling milk if
must have been a grand a small
sight, to see one of, them break- cloth with kerosene oil; let the pinch of baking soda is added it

ing into a pyramid and then oil evaporate and when the clothis will keep'the milk from curdling.

making his getaway.. in a dry you will have a good duster. *

chariot! Sparkling Cut Glass.-Add a' lit

To Keep Casters in Place.- tle bluing to the
soap suds and .
Gardening hint (to be taken) :
When wife "Look When casters on furniture keep your cut glass will be clean and
your says
dropping out, pour a. little par- sparkling.
how nice
i they keep their lawn '
next door." affin into the hole, insert the caster *

and let the wax harden. Cleaning Rhinestones. -, Tar-
Speaker: As I've been tryingto *
: rhinestone brooches and
: > explain to you for the last Economy Note. Children's out- buckles will
:: c' look like new if set in
two hours, this is no time 'for grown stockings that have holesat gasoline (keep away from fire)

words! the knee can be made over for about 15 minutes, then pol-

: into socks for a smaller child. ished with a flannel cloth.
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( I Loveliness in Crochet Cloth

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1tji1fr.t! cents in stamps or coins (coins
;..i.({ l'lfll.}l{. _
.. preferred) to The Circle
.. Sewing ,
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Please write your name, ad-
dress and pattern number plainly.lnce DOLLAR SAVED in feed cost Is a dollar
.. added to SHIED Cut feed cost with
SILVER SILOS. Write for valuable -
silo booklet CANNED DOLLARS.
IWIODEKN women are invading man's Lamneck Products, Inc., IHS Dublin Avenue .
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l ; .,,?.....r.----.. ::.:-:..::.':.:.---:.:.-!. Pklb Columbus., Ohio.Me .
traditional occupations, and if you t"",'\ ,: ..... .. .. ...--.;..-
don't believe it look at these pictures. ::'\ :::::::: "' .
Above are two Miami, Fla., misses, Vir- fi: :. :.\ : -------------------------

ginia Crawford who officiates at a gas ; :

pump and Mitzie Strothers, a barberette, tJf5 Ask Another

who is never; short of customers.

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A man may dislike to be askedto I _

s be identified. That is why he

t1; has no enthusiasm for thumb The Questions

4: ,,. j printing.If 1. What is meant by the "quick

:em pcr'pn>ro m00o oo oocO00C000o000 o O-C 0 C 0'O CO.nQV J1Jj3 V uQ you can make a good quota- and the dead"?
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r: 0.::,H if', :.':I : : ':';.::.'::::.::n :- ::-- own logic. 3. What is free verse?
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:.' J'"h .' ;o."J; ; itself. This accounts' for its
t.'ia. .,'..It'.z... fury when thwarted. congressman represent? .
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I. 5. When was the first opera pre-
Pattern 6084. She's Usually DisappointedWhen sented? .
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r l A 58-inch cloth done in a jiffyon a man marries for money, 6. How fast do radio waves. ,travel -
his wife finds out' in time whether
a big hook with two strands of I. ? .
he's worth it not.
string! You can make this designin or
If there were no "second terms"in The Answers
three smaller sizes, the small- .
est 26 inches. Pattern 6084 con- any American office, it might 1. The living and the dead,. the
lot of trouble.A .
save a
tains instructions for. making the word "quick" being derived from
doubt it when he is
cloth; an illustration it and of man may the Anglo-Saxon "cwic," meaning
told he is handsome but he will .
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L'.O; :?'S.'n. '' '''n' '<'n..rWffi.j': r:. .."fJIo,',u, : ; ; .living or
it fact when he' is
accept as a
tograph of section of cloth. 2. The element hydrogen.
Mrs. Juamta Lewis reliet to earn Her livelihood shoe- told he looks distinguished.
spurns as a
To obtain this pattern, send 15Liberty 3. Verse that does not dependon
; shine girl in New York. Her husband, an unemployed tunnel worker,
Nothing Perfunctory Will Do rhyme or meter but does havea
made the shoeshine stand and Mrs. Lewis says she likes the work because T ,
You can't control children certain
she's "her own boss." Women's emancipation from the Jutchen began From your
People unless _they see you are deeply : 4. Under the present apportion-
about the time feminine suffrage was granted. The revolt has grown untila .
Liberty has never come from interested in them. ment law each member of con-
few weeks ago a orominent authoress suggested that, men have "made
such a muddle" of things that they should be left home to do the dishes! the government. Liberty has always In the pursuit of happiness few gress represents approximately
come from the subjects of are successful. Let' happiness 280,674 people.
% Mw1 wryuJA rx MN ?lf'ryvn" : gy0 yyN."I ?LAx it. The history of liberty is a catch up with you, and don't ex: 5. "Eurydice," the first, opera,
l y a iy { i history of resistance. The historyof pect too much. was presented at Florence in 1600.

Y liberty is a history of limita- No matter what fads, are start- 6. Radio waves travel at the

tions of governmental power, not ed, you can't tear civilized man speed of light, about 186,000 miles

the increase of it. : away from white bedsheets. per second.


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Brinnon, Wash., makes male

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News of lack of respect for other people's small. Dean King's party used I Lot 6 Block 201 --.-..'--. E. J. Malone .----..-...-. 3.00 1 I
The Clewiston I I Lot 11 Block 201 ___..._ M. B. Rothrock _____ I 3.110 Ii,
property, we might mention that I 45 items of bait and caught 39 Lot 20 Block 201 ----- Mrs. L. K. Muir --.-.- 3.90

Lot 34 Block 201 ...____._.... M. Koenlgsbl\rg .____.___ 3.18 I i,
while one of our prominent fam- fish, they say. Maybe we didn'tkid Lot 1 Block 202 .____._.____ George A. Heinz ....._.._-..- 4.80 I''
Published every Friday in Clewiston, ilies away vacation ahead of time. Lot" Block 202 ---'-- Walter F. Carrie ..-.....- 3.18
Florida, by the CLBWISTON. NEWS, was on recently, them enough' Lot 5 Block 202 -_?-.__._ Walter F. Carrie -......-.-. 3.18 I
Inc. a choice bit of shrubbery in the Connie says it was worth the trip I Lot 10 Block 202 _..:.......- Florence O'Meara ....__,..__ 3.90 I'I II
Lot 11 Block 202 ---.- 1\Irs. Frank C. Deagon_ 3.90 ,I
yard was slashed to pieces, evidently to get a close in view of all those I Lot 12 Block 202 ___.._ Mrs. Frank C. Deagon 2.90 Ii
KEATHLET BOWDEV, Editor I I Lot 13 Block 202 ---.......-- James J. Carroll --.. 3.90
by some one who de'sired elegant places, homes and hotels. Lot 1 Block 203 -._..___ A. Relne.t .......____.._..:.. 7.50 I'
I that shrub. Lot 4 Block 203 __'_"__'__ B. A. Doerk ._.,......._ 4.80 I'i
cuttings of particular From .the deep coats of reddish Lot 6 Block 203 ___.__.. D. G. Alston _..___..._... 4.80
Entered as second class mail matter The irony of it is that the owner Lot 11 Block 203 ..__.____" }<'. '\V. Iverflon ._.._____ 4.26 II I
February 1, 1927 at the Post Office In I brown complexions we judge the Lot 17 Block 203 ..___..___ Crumble Davis __._........ ; 5.11) Ii
Cletrlflton, Florida, under the Act of was planning to take some cuttings still shining. Lot 18 Block 203 __.__._ Julia hal'key --...........-... 4.26
[March 3, 1897.SubHcrlptlon. from the shrub himself in the n. iir I sun was I Lot 19 Block 203 ___._.____ Mary King M._......._........____ 4.26 I I
would have divided Parker Wilson took his trusted Lot 20 Block 203 _____ Ella Kane ...._._......_._ 4.26 H
future, and' gladly I Lot 8 Block 204 .....-...--...-.--. Anna K Anderson _--- 1i.70
Rate $2X)0 Per Year. I with anyone who asked, as movie camera along. He's going : Lot 13 Block 204 _._....___ i EdwIn G. Boon ......__ 3.90 II',

has .been most liberal with his to qualify for something or other Lot 2 Block 207 ..____=-.._ Lillian H. Wright _'''__'. .. 3.r..1 :
Advertising plates On Application. he Lot 3 Block 207 ---..--..--. Charles \V. Wright ............ 3.54
lovely and sometimes rare plants. yet, with that camera. This time Lot C Flock 207 ..._._..,,.--i... Helen M. Hathaway _" 3.54 '

> ho a technicolor film, and Lot 7 Block 207 ...___...__.___ George :M. Garber _........_... 3.54 ,,1
Devoted to the advancement and welfare ---" sprung Lot 11 Block 207 ..............---..- A. n. I.'arnQuist -..-........ 3.H
of Clewiston and Hendry County All of which may sound like we are eagerly awaiting the results.He Lot 19 Block 207 .._..____ Amelia M. Hall __..._ 3.18 I
in showed us a film the other Lot 20 Block 207 ...____.. James F. Carroll .__.__ 3.18 '
Clewiston is a frightful place Lot 22 Block 207 ____.__ Marie Pavlik ._..__ 3.18
which to live. It just happens day that he collected day by daya Lot 23 Block 207 -.--__- Marie Pavlik _----.--, 4.62

EVERGLADE'S FARMERS along sort of Pepys Diary effect of Lot 3 Block 208 ..__.__..___ w. A.. Isaacs ._._______... 2AG
that these three cases came I I Lot 4 Block 208 _.___.._ **: W. A. Isaacs ,__..,_ 2..16
SHOULD BE INTERESTED close together. We've never hada life as it goes on around the drug Lot :5 Block 208 _____.?__ :;',/; W. P. Didlake ____._...... 2.46

before. The store. And if :you are a prominenttown Lot 6 Block 208 _'__"'___ -p' tHV ,W P. Didlalce: __.._.__.. 2.46.
---.- building dynamited Lot 7 Block 208 -----..-,.- Lawson Payne _,....,..._ 2.46
All Everglades farmers should church property, ,which is never character who gets around: Lot 8 Block 208 _w___ ._' :: S. Hule -.-_--.._...-- 2.46 'I

disarranged much there's probably a few inchesof '',.
locked, has seldom even been ..... ...... I
Lot 9 Block 208 J. w Ruie 2.46
be interested in the hearing to be ----- --'- -'---"
and only once maliciouslyso. :you sauntering along. He has Lot 10 Block 208 _.._..__._ ,?. >:.' .- J.V.. Hule ____._.__..._ 2.4/ I,
conducted by the Agricultural Adjustment Families on vacations by Cap Etherton taking his afternoon's Lot 11 Block 208 __._..__._. \""&'i-'-...: John C. :McCoy _____ 2.4& '
go Lot 24 Block 208 '. Bycroft ..
Administration in Moore the dozens each year, and few ever place on the bench, Pop 'Hooks Lot 25 Block 208 :.=.::.::::: ; .> ;, NmrJ Willard _:..:::=:: :a

crossing the street an alleY' base- Lot 26 Block 208 __._.__ -,=:r Emma 'Villard .....___.:.. 3.18
Haven next week to hear evidence find their shrubs molested. Lot 28 Block 208 _.._.__..__ '.; :. Miss Caroline Pavlik! _. 3.18

ball game, Wally taking her .groceries Lot 29 Block 208 _.__,___._. ..':!' Miss Caroline Pavlik _. 3.18
.which will be considered in deter the order of home, some mothers tryingto Lot 29! Block 354 ._.__._._ ,i Alice G. Rothrock _._... 3.18
the rate to be set Deep sea fishing was Lot 32 Block 354 ......___._...... _, Jessie Barber _...___._ 3.18
mining wage the week-end. And no party returned reclaim! wandering children'sfeet Lot 33 Block 354 ______._ .r. J. K. Baker "'"__'__''' 47.10
for cane laborers. handed. A good and the kids disporting happily Lot 1 Block 355 __..___ ':" ; ", John S. Banks _..__... 3.18
empty Lot 23 Block 355 _____:.., !:>: Olaf Olsen 3.18
Although the secretary of agriculture -I time was had by all, judging from unconcerned.But I Lot 25 Block 355 _---__._ '1:!;:r., Bernard R. Payne ..._.___ 3.13
he'll Lot 27 Block 355 ..____.._._ .n Frank Carey ......_____.._._ 3.18
has authority to set the reports, but Dean King "says Lot 28 Block 355 _._.._.._.._ ..,1:: :Mrs. H. J. Warner _...__ 3.18

only on labor engaged in I take his fishing at Ortona or in Johnnie and Mary Louiseare Lot :25 Block 356 .....___..... .,:' H. Burk __.....__.._____... 3.18 .
wages interested in the color Lot 26 Block 356 ...______ .,,-' H Burk _.....M........_.__.,....... 3.11S .
sugar production the effect will be the Lake after this. It's cheaperand more Lot 28 Block 356 "__'___ ',.';:';- Julia L. Sharkey _.._.__._. 3.18

almost the same as though the much more 'sport, he thinks. film that was taken of- their wed Lot 39 Block 356 _._._,__ c. Elmer G. Case ._.__._.._.... 3.13
kidded Johnnie's mother arrangedfor Lot 40 Block 356 _____..____ :: Elmer Gr Case ....._.._":.._,... 3.18
wage determination affected all agricultural Dave :Alston's group were ding. Lot 41 Block 356 ___.__. ..r'-" EI1Der G. Case ______. 3.18
labor in this section. so much prior to their trip about Mr Ward to take the pictures, Lot 29 Block 357 _'__'__ :'.:' .. Anna M. Hopkins __" 3.90
and we're eagerly for- Lot 30 Block 357 ___.__ ;, Anna ::M:. Hopkins _...__ 3.90
For every farmer knows that if j the tall fish tales that would prob- now looking Lot 35 Block 357 ______._. E. C. Croft _'__'_'_. 3.90 ,

the $1.60 a ably be told, till they were exceedingly ward '.to her sending 'them down Lot 36 Block 357 _..___. E. C. Crofts ..._.__...._. 3.J0
sugar company pays claims. from New York. It will make one Lot 3 Block 358 ....._____._.. -\I'1E'\: : O. H. Schuler .._.._...._.... 3.18 I''
day for work in, the sugar cane l modest in their Lots 15. 16 Block 358 .__'. >!:' lIrs. E. A. Schul.t ..._._ 27.30 I

fields he will not be able to get Only three tarpon and, all of them of the most valued of keepsakes. Lot 17 Block 358 ...._..___.:._ .s :Mrs. E. A. Rhult ..._.._. 18.30 :
Lot 21 Block 358 .?.__._.._ -.,':: Anna !. Kuhlmann! _.___ 3.90 !
similar labor to work in his beau I Lot 22 Block 358 ...--..---._ '( Anna .J. Kuhlmann .-..-.. 4.08
Lot 31 Block 358 _._. -Y Seminole Drug C6. _, 54.30
the highway for --- ; -- -
fields any
across ....____.
I Lot 43 Block 358 Hilda Toenberg 3.18 I.I.I
less than $1.60. 'Labor employedin L'l 6 Block 359 .Y. Dr. Samuel FIsher __.__ 3.18

cultivation of cane must NOTICENOTICE Lot 18 Block 360 -_.--.- M. W. Young _.-.__..-., 3.18
sugar I Lot 19 Block 360 ____ ,. 1\1. W. .. 3.18 !
be paid $1.60 in Florida, accordingto Lot 25 Block 360 _My,....-.- <';; : D. J. Young, .... .M 3.18 J

determination and Lot 4 Block 361 ....--.,.........-_.. Cora A.. eller -.._...-.._-... 3.13
recent ,
the is hereby given that the following described lands, or as Lot 8 Block 361 ....___...___ .....: O. C. Bryan __ _..___ 3.18
this will automatically work a Lots 23. 24 Block 361 __._. .. Irs. Anna 1\I. Hopkins 252.30
will be to the amount due for taxes I
much thereof as necessary 'pay '.
Lot 25 Block 361 Mrs. Anna M. Hopkins... 3.54
hardship 'on Everglades vegetable herein set opposite to the "same, together with the costs of such sale Lot 26 Block 361 ...___._... .' \ :Mrs. Anna :M. Hopkins.. 3.54 ,

growers, since that is a higher rate and advertising, will be sold at public auction on the first day of Lot 27 Block 361 _.......____ "' Mrs. Anna 1\1. Hopklns. 3.5.1
Lot 28 Block 361 __.__....._. .:. Mrs. Anna 1\1. Hopkins._ 3.54
of pay than that which they are August, 1938. beginning at twelve o'clock noon, at the City Hall of Lot 29 Block 361 ___.._.__ .: Mrs. Anna 1\1. Iiopkins.. 3.54
accustomed to pay for similar the City, of Clewiston Florida. /i. ,

R. Y. PATTERSONTAX Lot 30 Block 361 .__,__..__.. ."'r" Irs. Anna 1\[. Hopldns.. 3.18
labor. Lot 31 Block 361 __._....___ \ .. 1\11'8. Anna 1\1. Hopkins... 3.18
The hearing will be conductedin COLLECTOR, CITY OF CLEWISTON Lot 32 Block 361 ..._......__ "'J" Mrs. Anna M. Hopkins... 3.18
Lot 20 Block 362 __...._..._ '" :.;. '. Adolph Tishler .._____ 3.90
Moore Haven on Tuesday Aug- Lot 21 Block 362 -.__ .,,. ,. : .. Adolph .Tishler -..-.--...... 3.90
ust 9th beginning at 9 a.m. On W Lot 30 Block 362 .__....._... ; ,..j;. :'. N. B. Kelley ..__.___.... 3.90
Z AMOUNT J Lot 32 Block 362 _..._._.:... : :Mrs.' Rena F. Jacobi 3.90
the basis of testimony given at DESCRIPTION r.tl en OWNER f OF TAXES Lot 36 Block 362 .__..__...:_ ';: I :Mrs. V. E. Jacobs __.,._ 5.70

that hearing wages for harvesting; OF LAND E= AND COSTSLot Lot 12 Block 363 ,..._.._.?:_ ", : A. 1\1. Coleman .....___......._ 2.82
Lot 14 Block 363 _.._______ ., W n; Griffiths .__?.__ 3.3G
sugar cane beginning Sept. 1, 1938 W i 'c 0r.tl Lot 24 Block 363 ___....._..__ ': .: Mrs. E. A. chu1t .,..._.._._ 20.10
to June 30 1939 and for plantingand H! tf C Lot 1 Block 367 __.._.__.._._ .' Mrs. E. A. Schult __...... 45.30
Lot 2 Block 367 ..__.._...:..._ '; ';. 1\Irs. E. A. Schult _....__._ 25.50
cultivating sugar cane for the Lot 3 Block 367'' ..._--..::!.-...;....; :.;-,... 1\Irs. E. A. Schult ..---.-- 14.70
of 1939 will be set. 1 Block 6 50 ft. & 115 Lot. 4 Block 367 .._..___._..__ ... 1\lrs. E. A. Schult ___._. 14.7f I
entire year ft. off S. end ....._..___ First Bank of Clewiston 72.60 Lot 9 Block 367 -_...-.._:-.._; ;.,:; ''( : ". 0.. M. Benson _.--.._.:..-_ 2.46
If any farmers or laborers wishto S 85 ft off Lot 13 Blpck. 367. _._....___... i ':"l.i-/: ,.' E. W. Hathaway '_"_". 2.82 I
will be ample Lot 9 Block 9 N 60 .ft.ff ,,.) Alston Drug Co. __.__.. 33.00 Lot 16 Block 367 __.-.._ 1\Irs. E. A. Schult __'" 90.30
be heard there Lot 1 Block 17 _._.._._..__ Anna M. Hopkins -__. 3.90 Lot '17 Block 367 ..___..._..._ :. t. :Milan! A. Farah ______ 2.82
room and time for them to present Lot 2 Block '17 _.__.._._._ Anna M. Hopkins ..-_: 3.90 Lot 19 Block 367 ...__,__'_,_',. D. L. Voss _._.._._._..___ 2.82
Lot 10 Block 20 ___... _........._.. R. E. Kurtz ..____ 4.80 Lot 22 Block 367 .._._._._.__ ',,;. Stanley McCorkle ___ 2.82
their testimony.RAMBLINGS.. Lot 30 Block 23 .;_.._..__..__. <','. Colt's Inc. -...-.---_..__ 6.60 Lot 24 Block 369 _...__.__._ '. L. 1\1. Harding _.....__.__.. 3.90
Colt's Inc. ____ ......,._..._. 6.60
Lot 31 Block 23 --
.. ..,..___.._.__ 3.90
Colt.s Inc. :: .. ._.. 6.60 Lot 25 Block 369 .... ___._.._ \, Guy Pearl ..? .
Lot 32 Block 23 __. __..__' ---- -? .
:' ? 26 Block 369 .....J...___...._ .' L. M. Harding ... 3.90Lot
\ B. W. Jenl\s. Sr. _._ ..... ... 4.80 Lot ----
Lot 23 Block 26 _.___..._..._._ : ? r 33 Block 369 ..._........_...___ ';:' John :r.L Spies ...._.......___ 3.90 I
.: :N: :MWH.r N:M:N:N:N N:N:N:1.=N:N:N:N:N H:N:NO Lot 24 Block 26 ......._._..._...._.. : B. W. Jenks, Jr. _.__ ..... 4.80 Lot 34 Block 369 .__..___._' !; ", Elmer G. Case .......__ 3.90 .
B.V.. Jr. ___.. 4.80
._.__.. .___ Jenks ,
Lot 25 Block 26 ._._ ,
.. Case ____.__..._ 3.90 '
369 _..._ __ Elmer G.
B. W ... ,._._ Lot 35 Block -
Jr. 4.80
Lot 26 Block 26 .._.._......._... .T' Jenks
.....__..._ 3.00
Lot 18 :Block 370 ____,_... 11 j Bertha A. Taylor
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B. W. Jenks Sr. ........_._ 4.80 !
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Lot 27 Block 26
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370 .. Ethyl
Lot 38 Block :
__ B. 1V. Jenks Sr _......_..._ 4.80 Y .0' .
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Lot 28 Block 26 _.._. .
._ Bodthe ___ 2.46
..._.,... Cornelius
Lot 29 Block 26 ..._......_____..... \ B.V.. Jenks Sr. ....._......_ 4.80 Lot 15 Block 372 _,, I.'.> \ 'Franl C. ''' 2.82
Block 377 ___._. __ 1\1rs. Deagon
.:"x+:":,,:,,:,,:,,:,,:,,:,,:,,:,,:,,:,,:,,:,,:,,:,,:,,:,,:,,:",,,) Lot Lot 30 1 Block Block 27 26._,__....__._...?...._._.__ :,.') .',:..-' Anna B. W.M.Jenks Hopkins, Sr. _______.... 4.80 5.70 Lot Lot 10 13 Block 377 _....._....._.n._ "'.' R. C. Nowling ...____..... 3.51
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Block 377 ,___ R. C. Nowling
..._.._..._._._. ,. Anna M. Hopkins ..___..... 5.70 Lot 14 ,4. ?
2 Block 27 i"
Lot 15 Block 377 _._...._?___._ ,1" : \ R. A. Lilley ..__. .,..__....._ 3.54
The dynamiting of a newly con- Lots 3 4 Block 27 __._:._. : :: The Bromar Corp _.-__ 108.30Lot .
> Lot 31 Block 377 __.... __ G. C. Voss __.._____.___ 2,10
stronglyof 19 Block 27 _._..' _. Bromar Corp. _.._..._ 2.10Lot
structed building savors Lot 32'' Block 377 _._..._ 1\Irs. Mary E. Moon
Lot 20 Block 27 ._......__....:..:._ : The Bromar Corp. ..__. 5.70 __..... 2.10
._._ E. Moon
sabotage, vandalism and gang-; Lot 24 Block 27 _..._........__ '. : ; Walter Cox __......--..._.. 3.90 33 Block 377 Mary
.. _._____..._ 18.30
14 Block S78 .__ Wilbur Goff
Lots 15 '
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Elmer G. Case 3.00
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Lot 27 Block 27 .
tactics We 'hoped Clewis ____ & B Cash Co. 29.10
ster 19 Block 378 __ .B
Elmer G. Case __.._..._ 3.00 Lot ;; .1
Lot 28 Block 27 __....._.._____ .'
: .. Co. ...._._.__ 29.10
378 ____._ Alston Drug
Block .
reach that G. Case _._.._._. 3.09 Lot 20
ton would not stage .. __.._____ Elmer .
Lot 29 Block 27 {r, ','
." ___..__ 2.46
"' J Lot" Block 381 ...._._..__..._ ; ._ Otto H. Schuler
: .._._. 3.00
G. Case _
.___._.__ ;..1' Elmer
Block 27 ;;
Lot 30 '
A ____. 2.,16
to _._ ._ Paulson
S. 1\1.
for come Block 381 __ "
many years. _..__.._.... 3.00 Lot 5 "
Elmer G. Case .
Lot 31 Block 27 .__._.....__. ., .
.! .. Lot 10 Block: 383 ___.._ > C. E. Stedman _.____ 2.10
and nicely built theater build- .._.__.._.. Walter R. Tweedy ___ 3.91)
new Lot 2 Blocki-,136 '.'C' : ,. ____._ 2.10
Lot 11 Blocle. 383 _.__...._.__._ / "c' C. E. Rtedman '-
? C. E. Shaw ___......___ 3.00
Lot 15 Block 138 ...____ '
for Harlem was torn by two Block 385 ,______._ .V 1\Irs. L. O. Ho'ldsworth &
ing Lot 13 ,
: .__.. 4.26 .
Lot 4 Block 139 __,_...:___.__., E. M. Petterson Robert J. Olsen _.__..___ 7.80
blasts of dynamite Sunday evening Lot 6 Block 139 _...._....__ Mrs. A. S. RothrockM___ 5.70 :;.tc'< ,
_.....___" Cora A. Keller ____ 4.62Lot c .. .'
Lot 12 Block 139
first O. Holdsworth
._,_ Mrs. L.
about 10:30. It was our 14 Block 385 :
: .." s. E. J. Keller __.______. 4.62 Lot .. "...
13 Block 139 .___,__....__ .: '' & Robert J. Olsen __ 7.80
chance to inspect a building which Lot 9 Block 141 _.___......._ .. Margaret Klick _____ 3.90 385 .__..___.___ 'i'.'. _, Mrs. L. O. Holdsworth
.. ..........._._____ 3.90 Lot 15 Block : ',
and went Lot 10 Block 141 __..__._._._ Anna l'avllck ': & Robert J. Olsen ._... 7.80
had been dynamited we Lot 11 Block 141 _.._...!......_...: Elmer G. Case' _...___ 4.80 385 ...._..___.. .. ,.. Mrs. L. O. Holdsworth
over it rather thoroughly. Eight Lot 15 Block 146 _.__.._._.. '" Sadie O'Mehra: : __.......___ 3.90 Lot 16 Block ':. j, & Robert J. Olsen .._ 7.80
.. ......._ Elmer G. Case __.__ ._ 3.90 .'.' r
Lot 10 Block 151 ._ .. .J.. ? '
timbers splintered 17 Block 385 ._.___._ 'e .Mrs. L. .0. Holdsworth
Lot .
by eight were .. / Elmer G. Case ____._ 4.80 r. .
Lot 11 Block 151 ...__.___ ... & Robert J. Olsen .._ 22.20
of the building were found 12 Block 151 _._._.... % Elmer G. Case __.__._ 3.90 j" .
portions Lot Lot 5 Blk 390 N of Arco St '. ," U.. S. Sugar _____...____._ 4.80
Lot 13 Block 151 ...___.:._.."/ \; Elmer G. Case _?..?.... 3.54 ..
lots Block 396 _.__....___ : Jessie L. Kinderling .__. 1.74
on a roof several away, prac- Lot 2 ; :
Lots 1, 2, 3, Block 152 _,. / _' G. L. Espenlaub ___.... 54.30 Lot 4 Block 403 .._.._...___' .{ "';' C. E. Olin .__.__.___....._ 1.74
tically every piece of Celotex which Lot 4 Block 152 __..____._._ .. First Bank of Clewiston 18.30 Lot 15 Block 403 __ __ ,: :: '. \v. E. Chenot .._____._. 2.10
: _......______ :
lined the ceiling and walls was Lots 5, 6. 7, Block 152 .._ .r H. Etherton Lot 11 Block 410 ..._.__...__' ,-.f Anna 1\1. Hopkins ....__.. 2.46
Lot 8 Block 152 .._...._...___. G. E. Etherton .____ 7.6Q 2 Block 411 _.____.._.... ." Anna 1\1. Hopkins- ___ 2.10
Lot .
loose and of it hanging.The 9 Block 162 __ ___ __ G. E. Etherton _..______ 7.50 .. .
torn some Lot ''' '' ',..,' Lot 4 Block 411 __.____ ,:. L. B. :cklund h.r_..__._._ 2.,16

entire 'back wall was torn Lot 11 Block 152 __.., .. .. .; First Bank of Clewiston 7.50 Lot 5 Block 411 __.._.__..._.. .,::<::, A. G. r"arnqulst _____ 2.46
-- .
Lot 12 Block 152 ..___..__..__.. First Bank of Clewiston .7.GO Lot 6 Block 411 _.___.__._ L. L. Lynn ..._..._.___.._._ 2.46
away and a tremendous amountof Lot Block 156 35' off S side' First Bank of Clewiston 40.20 Lot 7 Block 411 ______.__ ;'r>;' ,j' : Anna 1\1. Hopkins .._..?._ 2.46Lot

damage was done. The Lot 4 Block 156 __._....._.._ .- C. C. Klutts ..__._.__'_._ 7.50 9 Block 411 _......__..__._...... r. George 'Viebe _7,?___.___ 2.82 I
with theater. Ere Lot 5 BlockT 156 ....___ ',... C. C. Christian ..??___. 18.30 Lot 11 Block 412 _...._.__.__ L. H. Schuck _____ 2.10 :

was scheduled to open Lot 7 Block 156 ___.._..._.._.. .0 George A. Heinz _._.__. 7.50 Lot 12 Block 412 ___....__ ;, L. H. Schuck ___.____ 2.10 i,
show' Wednesday. We Lot 24 Block 156 .._...._....._..:,, .._. '... Robert George _?_..___ 59.70 Lots 14, 15. 16 Block 412 ..._ 1J',1:, G. E. Etherton __..__ 23.7 II
to repair 1 Lot 1 Block: 159 ____?_.._.___ '!"" 'Iheo. Gottllebt .._...___ 3.18 Lot 21 Block 412 ..__.._._._._. ";'. \V. G. Ames ____ _..___ 3.90
the owner is planning Lots 1,2 Block 161 _.__.:_... .':''.< ;, c. R. & D. Corp orE Lots 26, 27 Block 412 ___ ,/c '"...- Mabel Francis ____..._ 3.90Lots
and rebuild. It will really be a : :-., : ,;; : M. rnette: .__._..1._._ 5.10 1, 2 Block 414 ......_.......... ...:; Royal Lumber Co., ._-_ 32.70
.. ....._ ..... C. R. & D.. __ _____.. 2.4r.
be credit to' Lots 3, 4 Block 161 .. :1 Corp or Lot 40 Block 415 __"M' t. ( L. 1\1. Harding
theater that will a .. .: .:)' r E. l\f. Cornette ._-..._._. .20 Lot 21 Block 417 __..___.. : S Ida L. Curtis' _____.___ 3.18
Harlem. It is as large as the town Lot 6 Block 161 _......_._...._....;..;>',' George Crowder ._._...._ 2,10 Lot 22 Block 417 ..?______. : i\ .". Ida L. Curtis ,.----.--.--- 3.18
Lot 7 Block 161 ....._.._.._...._..._; .:.. George Crowder _.__ 2.10 Lot 15 Block 418 ...__.._. ':. .. A. C. Nelson .__.___-_ 3.18
theater, has higher ceilings, more Lot 2 Block 162 ?........_.........._. f' Mrs. J. E. ''Frederick __ 3.18Lot Lot 16 Block 418 _.____._ ';;nz .A. C. Nelson _'__'._'___ 3.13
ventilation, a center entrance with 6 Block 162 _..._..__.._... > J. C \Vfndhelm _...___ 3.18 Lot 17 Block 418 ....:_.._._.._.. \. : ., A. C. Nelson -'---'--. 3.18
Lot 12 Block 162 : fl.' Beardsley .L. 5,70 Lot 18 Block 418 __. _____. r' A. C. Nelson _________ 3.18
rooms'on each side, which are Lot 15 Block 163 :::::::::::::::::::: ; E.Itt Alston _..,._.?.?..:_ 22.80: Lot 19 Block 418 _..,__?_.,.., .:....' '. A. C. Nelson ._.............:...-..-- 3.18

probably to be used for rest rooms. Lot 5 Block 167 .._.._.__ ( : '. Herbert Goldstein ..?..__.._' 3.90 Lot 19 Block 422 ..___.__ .. v* "..J. c Hollis Lanier ___.__._ 3.18
Block 167 .... ;: ? T. B. Shelley _._____.__... 27.30
Lots 35. 36 '. Lot 20 Block 422 ...__ _.:. Hollis Lanier .?._._.?_ 3.18
Lot 1 Block 169 ___............. _.a'": .".' Beryl Bowden __'__'_"'_'" 9.30Lot Lot 21 Block 422 _._.._.._N. '{ 'I ; Hollis Lanier ..__?___.. 3.18
Of a minor nature when com- 8 Block 170 ..__.._..........__..,:..;!:.'....; Victor Baron __............?._... 3.90 Lot 22 Block 422 .?.._..._._...._ .:,. Hollis Lanier __-._ 3.18
of Lot 9 Block 170 ___._..._....__.:' '': ,: Victor Baron ....._.__....__ 3.0!! 23 Block 422 _..___.__ ?, Hollis Lanier ___ ...._ 3.13
pared with the blasting an entire Lot 12 Block 171 _,_.,__.:..:. :'?,?L.-: c Leslie E. Kemp ..........__ 5.34 Lot Lot 24 Block 422 ,...__.._.____ .oJ"; Hollis Lanier -- .... 3.18 t. .
'building, but still a seriou? ...ot 14 Block 171 ._....._._.__ f. '.' Jennie E. Barber .._?__ 5.31 Lot 27 Block 422 _.___....._?_ : Elmer G. Case _-.___._._ 3.18
Lot 26 Block 171 _...._...__._._ f ( Rebecca Lutz ._.__.___.__ 5.31 Block 422 ___. :: Elmer G. Case _._ 3.90
ruthless 28
the Lot : ----
case of vandalism was Lot 3 Block 172 ...........___,..__' .\: \ E. 1\1. Cornette ....__..._.?._,.. 4.26 Lot 1 Block .423 _..____.._..-__ ; :' ,\, Adolph Tishler _._._...... 3.90
destruction of church property :.t Lot 7 Block: 172 ......._._..._... '* ,'. '.. E. C. Cole _._ 4.26 Lot 23 Block 423 ......: ._..._.- ',J' Fred A.. Cleland .-_?._-_. 3.18
Lot 11 Block 17,2 ...__...._..._._, Mrs J. E. Frederick _... 4.62 .
Church on several ;; .. Lot 24 Block 423 ......_.!t-o- 1::. Fred A. Cleland .---..-....- 3.18
the Community :Lot: 1 Block 173 ..._....._......._", '; G. H. & Frances. Small .78 Lot 25! Block 423 .... _.__._,....__ :., Unknown -_.?..-....___.._.._.. 3.18
successive days last week. Evi-- Lot. 21 Block: 173 ...__-''' :..,-'- /,:; L. 1\1. Harding ......_,._.........? 5.70 Lot 26 Block 423 ...._.____, ':: ;;I'., Unknown -.........._.__....__.._,.. 3.18
work of vandals .ot 23:: P.look 173 ........_.._:;..,__ '., ., W. G. Ames ......_..._..._......?._. 72.3 Lot 28 Block 423 .__...._.___. i,' Elmer G. Case -...........__.. :".18
dently the junior ot 24 Block 173 ......._._.___._ 4-, ,; f l C. E. Shaw ....,_.___............. 6.60.ot Lot 29 Block 423 ..._,_....,_.,..- '1', .' Elmer G. Case .. ._._..__... .18:
judging from, the footprints, the 6 Block 175 ......_._._ ..._.- ..t ., ,.':. Minerva D. Sharder ......_. 3.18 Lot 35 Block 446 .....____'._- :.c Jordan Ellers --._:..-.-_. -....
ot 1 Block: i76 ..............._...__... ... Conrad Thorp .____._......_ 2.75 \ f. '
damage was a considerable loss ot 2 Block 17i( ........................"._ 'i J. V. Shasry ....._.._......_ 3.90 Lot 36 Block 446 ____._..._ '::.'::;' Jordan Eilers .__......_-??_. 4.S0
financially. Toys in the nursery ot 3 Block 176 _...__.._._...:_. '. _. Mrs V. E. Jacobs ..:......:.... 3.90 Lot 10 Block 453 ,._._....._.___ .::.".'.?,', Lilyan S. Cook .........._...__. 3.90
to pieces cf ,01 4 Block 176 ._......__......._._:. -; : "' Allen E. lIeyson _........_.. \ 3.90 Lot 11 Block 453 ___.__.___ ': ,' '. Lilyan S. Cook ::..__........_._ 3.90
room were torn cans sot 6 Block 176 ......._._.....__ i: .. .,. .T. Clinton Moorman ..... 3.90.Mt Lot 12 Block 453 __.__.___._.:. .; .: I..ilyan S. Cook .....,....._._._. 3.90
paint were emptied' on the little 8 Block. 176 .......__.._...,..?.:: :. :: Victor J. Robins Sr. ..... 3..10: Lot 13 Block 453 .... .____._ .- Yf.' Lilyan S. Cook --........_-_ 3.90
the ..ot :21 Block 176 ........................:: : Gustave C. Voss .........._._ 3.90 Lot 14 Block 453 ,_-_ ,,__'_ .' ,. Lilyan S. Cook ....._?_____ 8.90
piano keys ''
tables and chairs, Lot 22 Block 176 ._.__._,...... '. Ruth n. Beardsle _...___ 3.91 Lot 15 Block 453 __::._._.___ .- ; '' \ Lilyan S. Cools ....-...--.--- 3.90
were stuck down by paste, a large Lot 23 Block J7fi ......_....,...,........., t. :. ,. D. J. Johnstone __...._........ 3.90 Lot 10 Block 495 ._._..____._ :- .;\ .: Mrs. :M. I. Porteus _...-- 2..11
aniount of the choir's expensiva .ot 2.1 Block 176 .........._............_ ::. ,, ". A. V. Bristow ._:_..........__ 4.80 Lot 12 Block: 495 ._...___..... _. ;, Ruth R. Beardsley' -__ 9.30
', ...,.___... .' Ruth R. Deardsle __...... J.31J
...._...._.. 3.31 Lot 13 Block 495 :
Lot 28 Block: 17C ....._ ....__.._ E. W Hathaway '
charts were ? _____
destroyed .._.___._.._ Claude L. Becket 3.18
music was ot :30" Block 176 ....._.___....._ James F. Costello ......_...__ 3.3r. Lot 14 Block 495 L. 3.18
destroyed, light wires cut, and a x>t 36 Block 176 ._._..______ Ruth R. Deardsley ..__._ 3.M Lot 15 Block 495 _?_._.__. I Annie Marshall _'" 2.46
Lot 6 Block 195 _._._._._::.... .. I Walter Jussell ....__.__ 3.9 Lot 16 Block: 495 ?__.___. TIllie Pavlik _
made of the Interior ? C. imms _.___.._ 2.10
was _. ____. Mary
general mess Lot 9 Block 498 _
" -ot 10 Block 195 __...__...._... Janet J. Stockbridge .__ 3.90 '
.. ..
W .. ........... 2.10
._____._ G. 1uquay
furnishings of the church Lot 23 Block 195 ..'..._...._ _.. ._.. Chas. tiV Keenan ...______. 4.80Lot Lot 10 Block 498 .. ..-
? ... ... .... 2.10
... TaYlor
_._._. ... pdlth
.._......._..... 3.90 Lot 15 Block 498 ---- .
4 Block 196 ....._.._.,.,." ..._.. Thomas D. Hall Ma1... O. Holdlilworth 1,20
Lot 5 Wock 190 ... ..,........ ..... HlanlO1h Dean ..,........... ....."...... 3.90 LQt 7 BlocK; BOll( N..YV.IN..N.ujnn N' \}
N )tttl, L C Dawson ..... 1.20
lltt 14 Block! 805T. .... ..........."..... "
.. "
the .,,
And< whll? wo are on subject LQt gQ V'Pli 198 nuyuuwmmtm' !:o ul' 1'. TCl'toll ... "' "u. 6',70 .... rl'ult Groweu 17x.: Co ::..OJPAGE
. Lot 4 Block\. ifil ,??,,(,?,?,?.......??. ...tht.f1I lf3 Garat YL.,,."...........".. V. .. ,


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.:.. :..:..:..:..:.....:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:":":":":":":":":":..:..:.. :..:+:..:..:..:..:..:..:.. :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. SMITHFRANKFriends visitors in the community are especially Sunday from a week's visit in Fort

.?. invited. Myers with Miss Lucille Peters.

t of Rufus L., Smith, until Mrs.. Nettie McKeen, Mrs. J. Mil- ,

1 recently connected with the localU. The Rev. Forest C. Taylor and burn Rudd: Miss Frances Turner

11ERSONi\L and SOCIETY S. Engineer office, have receivedthe Mrs. Taylor will leave next week and D. E. Sutton made a trip Wednesday -'

for Fort Lauderdale where Mr.
( : following announcement' of his to Fort Myers.Mr. .

y yy yy recent marriage: Taylor will have charge of the and Mrs. F. Watts Hall have

y Mr. and Mrs. Wirt H.. Frank First Presbyterian church pulpit returned from a short visit with
,, .'
.....'_._... .n......_...u._.'_...........-.-..............N.N.. -:..-:..:.-:...:...:...:...:...:..:..:..:..:..:-"NNMN:M:N:NNONN:N:M:NN:N%.:N:.INONN:-N:-1 announce the marriage of. their during the month of August. The relatives in Thomasville, Ga., and
daughter, pastor of the Fort Lauderdale 'Havana, Fla.
is visiting inOkeechobee Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Crouch
Prince returned -
Miss Lois
Dordthy Maryto church, Rev. John G. King: D. D. Neal Williamson of South Bay
this *eek.D. Sunday from a trip to New
Mr. Rufus L. Smith is spending July; and' August in spent Sunday in LaBelle with Mrs.
...! .- York. Jo Ann Crouch, who has ...
on Sunday, the seventeenth of July New York. During the 'absence ,)f Williamson's parents, Mr. and Mrs
been relatives in
B. McCarthy of Okeechobeewas visiting Georgia, one thousand nine hundred 'and Mr.' Taylor services will be held Wade Hampton.Mrs. .

a recent business visitor here. returned with them. ; as usual in the Clewiston church.
thirtyeightat .H. A. Rider, Mrs. Wade
t ;- Aiken, South Carolina. I The Sunday school: will meet every Cartee, Judge Rider and Bill Rider
Mr. and Mrs. M. E. VonMachand
Mr. an/,Mrs. James E. Beard- at home I: Sunday morning at 9:45, the morn- motored Friday to Fort i Myers
family returned Thursday froma
sley ,veF 'visitors in Miami Monday. 303 Broad street ing worship will be held every I Beach. *
month's vacation. They motored
Augusta, Georgia. I I Sunday at 11:00 o'clock, and the I Mrs. J. R.. Duke of Okeechobee
to Detroit and visited with
bir; and Mrs. Willard F. Simpson friends and relatives. t Christian Endeavor meeting every I and Mrs. R. J... Hampton of West

; ere business visitors in Miami MAURYNE HEWITT HOSTESS Monday evening at eight.FIRST Palm Beach spent several days last

tlda '. AT BIRTHDAY THEATER PARTY week in LaBelle with their mother,
Miss Laura Mattesori, who is 'on
BAPTIST CHURCH Mrs. Bessie Frasier
a month's vacation from her dutiesat

Mrs. Keathley Bowden and sons, the local hospital, returned to Mauryne Prewitt celebrated her
Worship services, 11:00 A. M.,
Kay and Paul, visited in Okeecho- spend the week-end here. She will twelfth birthday_ Saturday with a
and 8:00 P. M.
bee Sunday. leave the first of next week to theater party for a number cf her I
Sunday School, 9:45 A.1.. The Clewiston Inn
complete her vacation. friends. After the show, the party
B. Y. P. U. Junior Intermediate
Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Hooks spent enjoyed delicious refreshments of
and Senior, 7:00 P. M. Beauty
this week on vacation at Fort Mrs. J. S.... Willingham of Moore cake and ice cream at Mauryns'shome.
Prayer Meeting, Wednesday nightat
Myers Beach Haven is spending several days in Sadye Young-Manager
8:00 P. M.
Clewiston attending Mrs. W. A. Attending were Parmelia Bourne, .
The Rev. L. M. Nelson of Venice announce the addition of
R., M. Turner, Arcadia, spent a Davis and infant daughter at the Anne Pafford, Nora Oglesby, Helen
who is a prospective pastor will
few days in Clewiston on business local hospital. Matthews, Marjie Sawyer, Jean Miss Hazel Prince \
conduct the services. All membersare
this week. Augur, Dorothy Young, and Louise
urged to attend. Rev. Nelson To their operating staff. Miss
ii. -'- Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hall of Prewitt. Prince invites her friends to call
( l'' comes well recommended. Everyone ; on her at her ,new location for
Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Scotti spent LaBelle were week-end guests of
is cordially invited to attend the utmost in de luxe beautyservice. .
last week-end at Miami Beach and Miss Eva Grautham. Miss Dolores MRS SHELLEY ENTERTAINS .
these' services.
Key West.Paul: Lowry of LaBelle is also visiting EVENING BRIDGE CLUB '
Miss Grantham this week. nnd SET _.._.._.___.__....___.__ OUCPLAIN
Rardin of Canal Point! wasa M'>s. Thomas B. 'Shelley enter- LaBelle NewsRay 111 SHAMPOO, !'iE'1"75c

business visitor In Clewiston ''Wed Enjoying an afternoon at the tained at her home on Wednesday and DRY ........._.._...._.__._....._....__

nesday. LaBelle pool Sunday were: Mr. and evening members of her evening and!SOAPLESS SET ..n_SHAMPOO....__._._.._.._.._.._._._.. 75c
Mr. and Mrs.G. Mae Palmer for Hull, who spends his timeat
Mrs: J. Dir Sawyer, bridge club. Miss SOAPLESS SHAMPOO

Mrs. F.< A. Flanders, and Fred D. Smith, Margie Sawyer, Jean- the fifth consecutive time, was win- Devil's Garden, spent the week- SET and DRY _._..._..."-_.__.. $ 1 .flfl l/l/

Flanders, jr., of Moore Haven, nette and Dolores Smith and Mau- ner of high score. The prize wasa end in LaBelle. SET and 50c

were visitors in Clewiston Tuesday.Mr. ryne Prewitt. linen purse. Mrs. R. C. Wilson; Miss Hope Halquist of St. Augus- .

.. -- received bath towel for consola- tine is visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. L. WET 35cNOTICE
a SET... _... ._ __no_._*....,....._.__.___...
and Mrs. George Yon returned W. D. King, M. Keen, Conrad tion, and Mrs. C. E. Nall a cock- Arbuthnot.Mrs. .

last week-end from a trip to Clark and Mr. and Mrs. Gratton tail-set for cut prize. C. L. Arbuthnot and Miss END CURLS

visit relatives in Ohio. George spent Sunday deep sea fish- The hostess served ice cream Juanita Luckey were business visi- $3.50 and $4.00

ing off Bokeelia and Usseppa Is- sundaes and cookies to Miss Pal- tors Saturday in Fort Myers. PERMANENT WAVES

Mrs. Maud Hare is spending a lands. The party reported 'splen- mer, Mrs. R. C. Wilson, Mrs. Roy Mr. and Mrs. George Burchard .
$5.00 $6.50 $7.50
two weeks vacation visiting in did luck. Alston, Mrs. B. J. Schroeder, Mrs.R. spent Thursday at Fort :Myers ,

Miami and Vest Palm Beach.Mr. C. Nowling, Mrs: Harry Turner, Beach_ returning early Friday: $8.00. I

Mr. and Mrs. V\'. A. Davis are and Mrs. Campbell Nail.
Seromnen Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Davidson and Facials, dyes and other beauty
and Mrs. Jerry the parents of a baby girl who
Mr. and Mrs. W. :M. Davidson
and Miss Veda Arndt of Miami arrived at the Clewiston hospital, SS CLASS ENJOYS needs at moderate prices
picnicked Sunday at Pine Island.
visited Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Wenz- July 22nd. The baby, who PARTY
Friday SWIMMING J Mr. and Mrs. C.
Harry DeLaney
The Inn Salon
loff over. the week-end. weighed 7 pounds 12 ounces, has Beauty
and son, Donald Robert motored i
not been named. Members of the Willing Workers: Sunday to Avon Park. I Unexcelled Beauty Craft
Miss Cynthia May Babbette, state I
-- Class enjoyed a swimming party Miss Blanch Matusiak returned I
board of health representative, wasa G. M. Waters, who has been and picnic at the LaBelle pool on

business visitor in Clewiston quite ill in a Fort Myers Hospital, Friday afternoon. Despite the fact I

Wednesday.Mr. was sufficiently improved t.o.he'. that one carload of 'youngsters >arrived -

returned to his home here' Tues- late, due to car trouble, and I I, '

and Mrs. B. E. Herring returned day. Mr. Waters was brought homein had their swim cut short, a splen- I ... .

Saturday from a three week'svisit an ambulance, and is convalescing did outing is reported. "

with Mr. Herring's parentsin
nicely.Mr. .
Following the swim a picnic

Winona, Mississippi.Mrs. lunch under the treesin -
was spread Notice is hereby given that the Board of County Commissioners of
and Mrs. R. C. Wilson returned the park across the street. At- Hendry County, Florida, has prepared, as required by law, the following
Charles Christian and daughter Saturday from a two weeks' tending Marjie Sawyer, Mau estimates of the necessary and ordinary expenses of the various funds of
were Hendry County Florida, contemplated for the fiscal
year commencing
Nell returned from
i Mary have vacation. They visited Mr. and ryne Prewitt, Louise Prewitt, r.heila October 1st, 1938, and ending September 30th 1939;

Gainesville, where Mrs. Christian Mrs. L. R. Oliphant in Marietta, Foster, Cleo Scott, Ogle Arnette, \ V

attended summer school. Georgia and also visited in Nash- Jo Ann Walker, Mildred Henderson .

R. M. Coker I.ville. Mrs. Oliphant returned" with Mary Louise Thomas, Grace 212 Clerk to the Board GENERAL Salary ......_REVENUE._...._?.._____.___FUND._.._........_................._.._.__.._.; 3000.00
Jay 'V Moran and them for a visit here. Ward, Nancy Wright, Jean Augur, 219 Attorney to the Board, Sheriff and County Agent ..._._._.....__.._ 2,805.00
were visitors in Miami this week, ..--- Pafford Es- 221 Clerk Circuit Court .............__.._......._.._____._____...__.._...._...:...__ 60.00
Graham Anne
Moran ,at Sally 224 Tax Assessor Commission ......__....._______...._.-......_._.._.__.__._?.,._...._.__ 1,200.00
Mr. was guest speaker I A congenial group which enjoyed ther Brewer, Mrs. G. B. Thomas, 225 Tax Collector, Commission ._.-.-._-...-.-------...?.-.-- --...- 1,100.00
the Miami Civitan Club on Tuesday. a day of deep sea fishing Mrs.. JM.. Sawyer, Mrs. J. W. 241 Maintenance of courthouse ___..__.._......_,_,.__._...._..__..,..__.... 1,800.00
I' 261 Elections and Supervisor of Registration __.__!_____ 700.00
i near Everglades Sunday included Ezelle, Mr. and Mrs, I. M. Pafford 262 Legal Advertising _____._._..__...__.___._._._._.__..__._.____ 350.00
,Miss Hester Graham and Miss I Dave Alston, Ken Harris, Parker Kay Pafford and Emma Jane Ezelle. I 269, Stationary and printing ..__..._._.._-_....._.___.w_..l.--:...____ 350.00
Elizabeth Terrell of Fort Myers Mrs. Gene Bar- 2690 Record Books __.___._._.___._..___.____._._._.__.___.._.--L-.__ 400.00
Wilson, Mr. and I 2691 Lights, telephone and telegrams ..?._...__...___.......:__.____ li50.00
wree guests of Mrs. J. A. McGehee row, Mrs. Emma Ezelle, Miss Fran- 2692 Insurance __.._...__...__......_.____._?.._._.._.._._: ._.__.___.___.-...'..-"___".__ __"
Wednesday Palmer. FAREWELL PARTY GIVEN 2693 Incidentals .... ....._... .. 1000.00
ces Morgan and Miss Mae FOR DICK REDDITT HERE 441 Maintenance of--jail -:: :::::::.::::::=::=..::::: _=:::=::=::::=:=--.: :::=: 400.00

The group landed three tarpon, 537 Maintenance of cemetery .........._.........._......_:".:...,..._._.:..:..__...___._..._.____.__ 600.00
Miss Mary Lou Suther of West Mr. and Mrs. Barrow and Parker 562 Insanity I inquest ._.....__-........_.___...._....._.._._.._..._...:...._......._.._,;.____.._.._..._ 250.00
Palm Beach is visiting in Clewis- A farewell party was given Wednesday 563 General WelfareContingencies ..............._......_._........_..........__......_........_..._.....__....___.._...;..__. 3.050.00
Wilson each being credited with evening for Dick Redditt, 699 and emergencies ___....._.._._........__....: ......,...._............._....._. iooo.oo
ton as the guest of Mr. and Mrs.J. catch.
one who at the home.
A. McGehee.Mr. has been residing $ 18715.00
of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Beardsley. : ( .:T... :, -: .
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Dick leaves Sunday to spend a few
and Mrs. A. R. Broadfootand MRS."rAnD'S HOME
Orlando before enrollingin '
children, Billy, Bobby and weeks at 321 Clerk Circuit Court Fees and costs _.._..___.._._..__.__._..:___ 300.00
,Furman University, Alabama, 323 County Judge, fees and costs ... ..: .. 2600.00
Barbara spent the week-end at -' ''' -'--- '-- ---- --- ---
Miss Mildred Ward and Miss next fall. 324 Justice of the Peace, fees and costs __.__.______._._..,._____.__ 100.00
Boca Grande. Hazel Prince were hostesses at the 325 Sheriff, fees, costs, jail guard and commission _._....:......_..._.__ 7,500.00
-- A swim and picnic supper were 329 Other court' costs and fees ._. ...._.__.._.______..__._...,.._.....____.;.______ 600.00
meeting of the Young Women's enjoyed by Dick Redditt, Mr. and 361 Coroners inquest, fees and costs .._.............__......_.__....._._.,...._...._____. 400.00
Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Beery, Carl Club Wednesday evening at the 362 Feeding and care of prisoners ._........._....._..__._...--::;.....__...____....._ 3,600.00
Johnson and Mrs. Frances Robertson home of Miss Ward. Mrs. Jimmy Wilson, :Mr. and Mrs 699 Contingencies and emergencies _._..................__.._._...___._......,.._...._._.__ 500.00
visitors in Belle J.' E. Beardsley, Bob, Dan, Jim -
were Sunday Several contests were enjoyed $ 15,600.00
and Bruce Beardsley, of Clewiston
Glade. during the evening, and delicious ,
Perkins ,- J.
Misses Polly Grant, Bertha ,
refreshments of ice cream and cake
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Wright, Josephine Wood, and Louis Bolton, ROAD AND BRIDGE FUND _
were served. Mark Hurlo'ng of Lake Harbor, 411 County Commissioners Road Inspection and mileage ..:._____ 5000.00
Nancy Wright and Mrs. ClaudeL. Attending were Miss Zoe Hoover, June 412 Labor on roads and bridge tender _. _._.___._.___._.-..:__ 25000.00
Downs ,spent a few days over Miss Mary Markette, Miss Pearl Misses Mary Louise Jeffries, 442 Road Machinery and equipment __._._..._.__.__.._:-..:...-__._._ 9000.00
Sarasota visiting Goodbread, Mary and Muriel Merriam 449 Rent of equipment ..........._......,' _........_..._.._._._.__..__________._ 2,300.00
the week-end in Brantley, Miss Florence Slonaker, Mildred Lane Ruth Gray, 461 Road material _._.__._....._...._._...._...._-------..-__...__.._._.._..___.___ 2000.00
Mrs. Downs' brother, Troy Puryear.Mrs. Miss Mae Lily Stone, Miss Rosalindand .463 Payments to cities 'and towns .........___.___._....__.:...._..._..;._.__._.__ 525.00
Lily Mae Corbett and Bethea Aly, 469 Supplies and expenses ._..._..........._.,._..._.__.._......._.__.._.._ _.._:...._...___ 7,000.00
Miss Eleanor Luce and Mrs. i Dick Fitzhugh, Albert Lane, Tom- 699 Contingencies and emergencies .._ .___.__..._.__.................._..:_.,-;..,._..._.... 1000.00
James U. Owens arrived Frances 'Robertson.LANIER "
this week from' Washington, D. C. my Parker and Jack Ratley of ..;" $ 51,825.001'UIILICITI

for a visit with Mr. Owens: who is HOME IS SCENE South Bay.roo \ .
on assignment at the U. S. Engi- OF DANCING PARTY FUND .

neer .office here. 685 :Money to be expended for publicity purposes _._____.. -.__.$ 2350.00
I VIII mlmllm i Ilhilll! I lilllliillIll! lf lm II!Illllil i11111 mll 119111Glllllll m mChurches COURTHOUSE BOND I ct S FUND ;

Miss Lee Pridgen and Rf ss Beu- 761 Interest on $76,000.09 bonds outstanding ......._.,...__...:.::..__.___._.$' 3540.00
Mrs. F. Deane Duff is leaving lah Guthrie entertained the new WITH THE 762 Bonds maturing ..........._................_..........r-...__.___.__.__._._.___._...___._.__ 6000.00
this week-end with her parents, Mr. dancing group at the home of Mr. c 763 Commission and expense .............................;..._..............._.__._..._..__._.___ 10.00

'and Mrs.: F. Edward Bryant of and Mrs. W. H Lanier Wednesday ; $ 11,900--00

Palm Beach, for a month's stayat evening.;

Blowing Rock, North Carolina. The has just been organ- Lmm !
ized and group has not yet chosen a name oolm! mlmll! mllmimlmm! 1C:!irumilllm! I' lmlillim! !!! COURTHOUSE BOND I .C'S FUND NO. GLADES COUNTY

W.; C 761 Duo' Glades County, assumed by Hendry County ......_.....>_._._....,$ 227.05
Mr. and \ Prewitt and for themselves. Dancing to the COMMUNITY CHURCH

sons, Billy and Benny, returnedthis music of a victrola was enjoyed Forest C. Taylor, MinisterThe /, .

last week-end from Western during the evening. Cookies and JAIl. FUND

, North Carolina, where they have fruit punch were served. mid-summer communion ser- 371 Construction. equipping and architect,- ...__....._........._._._.___...____......$ 5.000.00

j been on vacation Invited were Misses Florence t.nd ] .
vice will be held in the Clewiston ----

:' Kathryn Graham, Maxine Dozy, Community church next Sunday, Notice is further given that the Board of County Commissioners of
; Mrs, S. E. Pepe and baby left Gloria Freedlund, Marie Henderson, July 31, at eleven o'clock. The Hendry County Florida, will at Its meeting on :Monday. August 8, 193S. at
' this week for Palm Beach, where Laura 10 o'clock A.M., consider and act upon! the foregoing estimates and as
Bobby Spicer, Bailey, Betty
r minister and the elders will have adopted the same shall constitute fixed expenditures for and against the
they have taken an apartment on Bailey, Julia Ann Oglesby and Diik: charge of the worship and the general funds above mentioned, for the fiscal year commencing October 1st,
;, the ocean for the duration of Mr.Pepe's Patterson, Bill and Dick Owen, 1938 and ending September 30 1939. Done and ordered by the Board of
senior choir will furnish a pro- County Commissioners of session, this
Hendry County Florida, in regular
\4\ stay in' Clewiston. Mr. Pepe Edgar Ezelle, Louis Leiter, Jimmy gram of music appropriate for the 21st day of July, A. J). 1938. .

t t. is on temporary assignment here Holland; Hervy Bourne, Bill Davit'', occasion. The public is most cordially DAVE ALSTON Chairman __.
Commissioners _
Board of County
'- from the Memphis office of US.. Jimmy Hall, J. D. Hooker, Francis
i invited to attend this communion Hendr County, Florida.
{I' Engineers.,. Wright and Owen Winn (service and strangers or ATTEST: William' .' T. Hull, Clerk ., July' 2i, Ausr. 5
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SYNOPSISThe dian clubs stood at soldierly atten- hostess and her daughter when the "Why?" Farwell turned to his

tion. Two pairs of boxing gloves others came up. He stepped forward host. His white face was impassive Earned
congregation of the Old White ChurchIn were suspended on a hook. at once to greet the Farwellsand / "Did 11v
Locust Hill turns out in full force to look Harold get anyth\g under
over the new preacher. Dr. Jonathan Far- There was but a single effort at bid them a delayed welcome to "Oh, you know. It's moi6- or less his rich aunt's will after pretend

well and there Is much speculation among adornment. the church and community. Then a-popular- notion that a preacher'swife ing to be so fond of her rotte\iittle
the communicants as to what sort of man Within a niche formed by the came Dale's turn to be introducedto has a lot to do with his get- all
be will be. Cassius Brady treasurer of the these years\
church, had recommended Dr. Farwell for chimney was a shelf. Over it a the occupants of the car. ting on. "Yes, she left him the lap-dogs."
the post after hearing his baccalaureate ser framed photograph, the full-length When Marblestone stowed his : "As a preacher, you mean? I -

son.mon who at the Is graduation a geologist.of Dale Brady's Farwell.daughter his portrait of a young woman. There guests to his daughter's satisfaction -- always have been in the habit of PAYING FOR HIS FOLLY

Lenora Interests Dale who lives alone with was wistful beauty in the girlish he took his own place beside I preparing my sermons unaided."
his father. Dr. Farwell meets the memo face. The wide appealing eyes wereso the chauffeur and conversed I There was no indication of resent- .
bers of his congregation personally accepts like Dale's steadily and shoul- ment in the words.
their tributes but refuses to be Impressedby own that evena, casual loudly over one .
the banker's family the Marblestones. ] inspection would have identifiedthe der.Dinner I "Oh, no. I didn't mean that. Of
whose daughter Evelyn obviously sets her picture as an early one of Mrs. proved to be a long drawn course not. I was referring to general -
cap for Dale. Meanwhile the women of the
town are curious about the mystery of the Farwell. The trailing gown with its out affair, served with little attemptat success ,in the community.
Farwells' womanless housekeeping. high collar and long sleeves be- formality. Marblestone carved There are social affairs, for in-

..t:' 'w longed to a past mode. A wedding and orated in generous fashion from stance. It takes a worn an:* after, '

r-" dress, presumably.On the head of the board, demanding all. ." : ,
CHAPTER Continued the under margin of the print frequent confirmation of, his many Brady flashed a quick glance at

-3- was a single word. It was done ina opinions from the older 'men. the banker. There was the sug-

It remained for Abbie Brown to child's painstaking lettering. Evelyn, dressed ,again in green, gestion of a warning in the gray ,
try to seek information' on this ELAINEAn gave bored attention to the mascu eyes behind their shining lenses. --.-

score. With her characteristic en- old-fashioned brass candle- line talk, occasionally giving Dalea Why the devil couldn't Henry see "Yes he
was a high-flyer when
ergy, she marched briskly up I to stick stood at either end of the shelf. smiling glance from across the that he was broaching an untimely
he was and he has
young, now
the front door of the parsonage The arrangement suggested a table intended to signify that she topic? But Marblestone was speak- '.gout in his !"
bearing a'pan covered with a white shrine. considered the situation hopeless. ing. again.

cloth. No sooner had she rung the That young man found the meal "Well, it's always seemed to me

bell than she chided herself with a CHAPTER HI something of an ordeal, maroonedas that a man in your position would ; 111c'lleroiHe
crossed I
want of foresight in not presenting I he was between his hostess and find himself rather on a spot, as times the ocean many

herself at the kitchen entrance. Still, "You get all the mail today," I Cassius Brady. Dale attempted sev- the saying'goes. Under pretty close he crossed without the a thought of fear;

that might have looked rather "fun Dale announced, coming into the eral times to converse with the watch and-well, fair game for 'a he rugged Alpine
crossed the
range, desert
ny, was her consoling thought as kitchen where Doctor Farwell sat lawyer, but his hopes were dashed lot of unattached females." He drear.

she heard approaching steps in the I at the table pouring himself a cup each time by Marblestone's dislikeof chuckled at his expression of the dark and He dread crossed, nor trembled the jungle for,

hall of coffee. "It looks interesting." losing an auditor. He did discover idea, as he leaned' forward and deposited his life and
yet he doesn't dare to
Jonathan Farwell answered the As he he laid white however that his ash in
spoke, a heavy Lenora had cigar a heavy cross His pretty little wife.NERVOUS .
summons. envelope near his father's hapd. It taken her mother on a brief motor bronze tray that rested on a corner
\ "Oh, good morning, Doctor! I've of the library table."I .
brought something. n
. you am afraid I am not in a posi-
"Please come in, 'Miss Brown." tion to say, from experience," was t ?

"I guess you'll think I've got a the deliberate answer.

nerve," was Abbie's bright com- "Then I can tell you one thing,
Do you feel so nervous want to ?
ment when the doctor relieved her you scream
Doctor Marblestone resumed Are and
you cross irritable Do you scold
of the proffered pan and usheredher good-humoredly. "You hay a the those dearest to you?
If your nerves are on edge and feel
:., into the parlor. "It's somethingI good women here guessing in one you need a good general system tonic you, try
know every man loves, and I'm respect. It worries them to have Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound,

sure you don't make them yourself! f--c+ 's'tt lr you and your boy keeping bache- made For especially over 60 years for women.one woman has told an-

This is the coziest room!" lors' hall. That's a new one on other how to go"smiling thru"with reliable
Pinkham's Compound.It helps nature build
Miss Abbie's traveled them.
glance ; up more physical resistance and thus helps
swiftly and hopefully about the par- Brady had been studying the calm quivering nerves and lessen discomforts
lor as the minister deposited the glowing end of his cigar abstractedly. from annoying female symptoms functional which disorders.often accompany

pan on the center table. Why not give it a chance to help YOU?
Over one million women have written in
t "Fancy, Doctor! I'm such a rat- "Your advice strikes me as being reporting wonderful benefits from Fmkham'a
tletrap when I get going. I never sound, Henry," he observed quietly. Compound..

once thought to tell you what I "My advice? What about?" .'

brought. Doughnuts!" "My attending church." Brady

"How thoughtful." straightened in his chair. It was Governs Liberty

"Yes. Mother was baking this high time for someone to take the Liberty exists in proportion to

morning. She's really quite famous 1 conversation out of the banker's wholesome restraint.-Webster.

here in town for her doughnuts. hands.In .

They're not greasy like so many.
And I said: 'I'm going to take some the meantime, Dale was mak- .. .....-'

overdo Doctor Farwell and his son. ing the acquaintance of Miss Mar- ri't gb

I ,know they'll adore them.' She blestone in the sun room.

was shocked. But my brother Tom "You know, Dale," she began lan- andinessIs

used to love doughnuts. When .he I guidly, leaning back among the
,was living at home with us, before r 1 cushions of the willow settee to what you are doing when you neg-

he was married, that is, he was which she promptly had guided her lect twitching, watery, bloodshot, }

forever ." guest, "it's quite an' event when a sore eyes. Leonardi's Golden Eye i

"Please thank Mrs. Brown for the new young man comes to this town. Lotion cures nearly every eye dis-

two of us. They look delicious." You don't mind if I call you Dale, ease. Cools, heals and strengthens. '

It was about this same time that do you?" LEONARDI'S
"Very simple Miss Marblestone."
Albert Hickman Locust "I wish would. All friendsdo
Hill's pop- you my GOLDEN EVE ,LOTION

ular'milk dealer, was mystifiedatthe was addressed in a woman's hand- trip that included a stay with rela ," the boy answered politely. MAKES WEAK EYES STRONG

sudden interest along his routein writing, fashionably angular and tives. They would be coming home "Well, it is stupid to be so formal. 3!5C at all druggist ,
the deliveries of his l And to be friends
daily productat bold. shortly. we are going New Large Sue with Dropper-50 centsS.

the parsonage. It developed that The minister tore the letter open, At the conclusion of the meal, too. You'll find some cigarettes in B. Leonard U Co., New Rochelle, N. T.
Mr. Hickman was in the habit of- glanced through the contents withan Marblestone suggested an adjournment the box.on the stand. I'll have one,

leaving two quarts of "Grade A" expressionless face, then held it to his library on the second if you don't object. Now tell me

at the Farwells', but always deposited out to his son. floor. Dale was never to know I all about yourself," 'she demanded, Quiet Providence

the bottles on a table within Dear Doctor Faruell: whether the banker considered him after Dale had obliged with a Providence is noiseless as it is

the kitchen porch. He reminded Mother has asked me to invite you and mature enough to be included in the lighted match. "Do" you like beinga irresistible.-S. C. Logan.
persistent inquirers that his arrivalwas minister's son?
manly session, for Evelyn had plansof
your son to our home for Sunday dinner.I .
timed with the dawn, or there- her own."Come "I'm bearing up," he smiled.
have delayed the that
abouts. Hence the table arrange- so "I've never been anything else." SOOTHE
you will not have the opportunity to refuseus 'on, Dale. Out. in the sun a
ment. again. Please do accept. We will find room," she suggested, slipping her "I want to know about" your past. mO @ BURNSfj 6

quarter.If So there. was little help from that you after morning services. Just a family hand within his arm. All"Very the dark simple.secrets.Miss Marblestone

the town's housewives dinner, of course. '. "May I offer you one of these?" SNOW-WHITE
ever per- Cassius inquired of the minister
mitted their imaginations to tour Hastily but sincerely, I as "Evelyn," she corrected, with a
followed their host into
the second floor of the parsonage, Evelyn Marblestone. a room slight lift of her brows. SMALL SIZE LARGE SIZE
most of them were too modest to "I've seen her rolling around in with a beamed ceiling and a huge "Right. Well, I've been in school 60e CacC S $1.20
at end. The walls
fireplace one
give voice to such speculation. Asa a big roadster. Are we accepting?" lined and in school-and in school. Most
matter of fact, they would have Dale wanted to know."I were taken several cigars books.from Brady his pocket had of my vacations have been spent' in d

found this portion of the dwellingmore presume we shall have to." and was extending them tenta- holding down jobs. Since I was big

'revealing than they hoped. Farwell dismissed the subject by tively. enough. That's my recent history." I'tRA"'OBrings

Doctor Farwell had selected the opening the morning paper. "Thank no Farwell "But we heard you were gradu- Blessed Relief
you, returned -
large "spare room" for his own Henry Marblestone's genial ex- with a quiet smile. "I smoke ated last spring," Evelyn said in from aches'and pains of

pansiveness was in full flower as in I surprise."I RHEUMATISMNEURITIS
use.A only my study. am a pipe ad-
broad table, with books and he waited for his chief guest to receive dict." was, by dint of great luck. and LUMBAGOTry

papers scattered untidily about the a subdued chorus of acclaim Marblestone lifted the cover of':an Then I spent this summer on a bottl* Why Suffer?
base of a green-shaded lamp, stoodin I after the morning service. And with ornate humidor and selected a ci- survey. I have chance to go '1f' "IIq.I.l'TA'J II +; .l' :i."'

front of the tower windows. One reason. The ushers had been for himself. back to the U for the second se
J gar
entire wall was given over to ranksof obliged to fill the aisles with chairs "I've mester. Have a sort of a job therein WNU-7 30-38
no objection to smok-
crowded bookshelves. A double and- the banker appropriated a your the department. I. may run out
bed and dresser had places in the share of the credit. ing your own cigars, Cash, he there sooner and get in some study-
grumbled "but I can't 'em. If
background, but the general atmos- "We've another guest today-a go ing. After I get father safely set-
think stand
) phere was that of workroom. you you can a good tled." He smiled.
a Its friend of yours, he remarked to smoke, help yourself to one of .
appearance suggested that sleep Doctor Farwell as the two men, these." He lighted his own as he "Now I am disappointed. We

was a matter of secondary impor- followed by Dale, walked to the spoke, with little smacking noisesof thought you would be here."

tance to the occupant.A church door. "Cash Brady. You his lips. "I say, Cash, you'll "Unfortunately, I have to work.

bath, used jointly, separatedthe met him out West." have to reform along another line, I have visions of becoming a geolo-
minister's quarters from his I "Surely. I'' did not know that he too." gist. There are a lot of rocks in MAKE THEM NAPPY

son's. was in the city." "How's that?" the world that need somebody'scare.
'DEAD SHOT' Dr.Peery's .
Dale's room was sparsely fur- "Back yesterday. Another wid- "Going to church. Seeing for I'm going to try to break one One bottle of will

nished, severe as the cell of a monk, ower," the banker suggested with yourself where the funds get to. good rock every day." 'Vermifuge and save restore you
with painted floor and curtainless his usual freedom. "His wife's in You're cheating yourself, now that (TO BE CONTINUED) money, time, anxiety,
children in case
the health of
windows. A narrow iron bed In one poor health. Off on a little trip with the Doctor's here. Real sermon your
corner, maple chiffonier and wood- the girl. Great fellow, Cash. Best this morning-two-fisted stuff. We Light in Memory of a Ruler of Worms or Tapeworm.

bottomed chair accounted for the prosecutor we've ever had. Keenas had to hang out the SRO sign." First lit about 1,200 years ago, a Dr.Peery's'DEAD SHOTVermifuge

major comforts. A table with neat they come, close-mouthed as a "So I heard." lamp in an old palace in Travancore -

piles of textbooks and writing ma- clam. He's about the only man in "Say, Doctor ." Marblestone India, has never been extin-
terials. A possible explanation for Locust Hill I ever tell my busi- spoke abruptly. "I should think guished. It burns in memory of a

so Spartan a simplicity was a ness to." you'd find it a slight disadvantagefor ruler who is said to have ascendedto \.

punching bag affixed to a side wall. Brady was standing by the Mar- a man in your profession to- Heaven while resting on a Mona
Under the apparatus a pair of In- blestone limousine listening to his not to be married." couch. TVrieht'8 SOc Fill a bottle Co., 100 nt Gold druggists bt., N.I.or City.


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; Lesson for July 31

: A BUSINESSMAN found himself -

:- JL\ becoming very irritable SAMSON: STRENGTH AND
about the office-nothing was

right. When driving his car, LESSON TEXT-Judges 14:5. 6; 15:11.14:
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other driver at fault.
every was \ GOLDEN TEXT-Be strong in the Lord,
He noticed also that about two 9:10 and in the,power of his might.-Epheslani

hours after he ate a meal he PRIMARY TOPIC-A Man Who Wasted
:" ;' His Strength.
had a pain in the stomach JUNIOR TOPIC-How Strong Was Samson

which was relieved only when i I I Ih .I IIII INTERMEDIATE? AND SENIOR TOPIC-

he took some baking soda, Who Is Strong? .
drank some milk or);ate" some > BETTER_ / F q Physical) Strength and Moral Weakness.

food. CLOSE THIS) c lpP,
There is no more tragic individual
When he consulted his physicianand Ott MOM'LLV
the of than the
the among sons men
gave him the above history
physician told him HOLLER / one who entered upon life with

he thought it was a every promise of success, who has
stomach ulcer lived for a time in favor with God
which the X-ray and with man, and then because of
proved was correct. moral failure is set aside by God,
The physician ordered shunned by man, and ends life as a
a soft diet and I disappointment and failure. "And
alkaline yet such disastrous climaxes of
w: : prescribed
*'*;, medicines, which what should have been great and
told victorious careers lie all about us,
relief he
gave ; ....
and nowhere with such
the patient, how. frequencyand
ever, that there \ l c I III inexcusableness as among those
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"'''' '"' were likely two f whom God has called to preach,

Dr. Barton things causing the evangelize, and teach His Word. The
ulcer, one of which saddest tragedy in all the world is a
was his own high-strung, nervous man who once knew the power of
disposition and the other some in- the Holy Spirit and who now walks
fection-likely the teeth. An X-ray SOMETIME the streets of some great city or is

of the teeth showed the roots of two buried in the cottage of an unknown
teeth so badly infected that they had countryside, without power, without
to be removed. LATER work, without joy, without the lead-
Causes Symptoms of Ulcer. ing of the Lord. He knows a weari-
Rest, soft food, removal of infected @ ness that labor never gives, for he,
teeth, brought about the cure 0CopyrIghr. wakens every morning more tired
told i and we-ary than when he went tosleep
at this time, but his physician
him that if he didn't learn to con- ( W. N. I ,I I T Ili, the night before" (Wilbur M.

trol himself, to take things a little Smith).
more easily, to relax more, any lit- The life story of Samson bringsus
tle infection in his system, addedto WHUT-S TH' -1 NABBED TWO Y the picture of God's patient and,
1'1 S JEST
his tense disposition, would like- F HOLDUP MEM LAST gracious dealing with such a
MAffHEfc, -AND FOR PO/NCr/ ToB WE case
ly "grow" another ulcer. WEEK- 1'es-reRDA reveals the inexorable law of
GoT A and effect in the moral realm
However, this nervous, tense disposition J L.T. as
even when no infection is I # RUMMER-AMP THE 01 USED well as the certainty that the wages
present, can cause symptoms close- I OLD MAN BAWLEDr'SHOOT OFF- of sin not repented of and forsakenis
ly resembling ulcer of the stomach.I IN ME oar BECAUSE death.

have spoken before of the patient CpFfAIN 1. I'Dt-l'T LOOK I. Physical Strength and Favor
whose symptoms closely resembled !- I AFTER 1'HE With God (15:5, 6).
ulcer, but X-ray showed that, while ttNATE VICTIM, FIRST Samson had the distinction (givento
no ulcer was present, the rhythmor N \ only one other Old Testament
regularity of the stomach movements ? YT' character) of having his birth an-
(churning the food) was 0Q nounced beforehand. He was to bea
greatly upset in that the move- Nazarite and was to "begin to
ments would occur in rapid succes- deliver'Israel out of the hand of the
sion or a few minutes, then stop altogether Y Philistine" commission'which
for a time, perhaps be- sin kept him from ever finishing.God .
come regular and normal, and then gave him the marvelous herit-
occur rapidly and irregularly again. OF w ; 1LI55EIJoI age of a strong and healthy bodyas

', A straight questioning by the physi- THE well as His own blessing upon
cian revealed the fact that the patient him for carrying out the Lord's
was trying to handle a diffi -VJHIM 01 SHTARTED IN, Ol WU7. -THOUGHT OI wuz work. The fact that he is named
cult domestic problem. When this F ALL FULL O' FOIRE 01 DID GOOD _oi GOT A SWELL HEAD among the heroes of faith in He-
problem was solved or settled, the A COUPLA GOOD Toes -OL BUT ol GOT ALL ,'THAT KNOCKEDOuTTA brews indicates that he did have
symptoms disappeared entirely. IKPECTED PRAISE-BT Ol ME so NOW OL AM faith in God. Yet his life was a
1VT BEST COPS ONrli' failure.
Pain in the Forehead. SOMETOIMES I FORCE oi Do BETTER Samson would have been a great
When pain occurs in the forehead 0'C AONY WANT AND mZ-ETC-ETC-ETA favorite in this athletic age. Let
there is always the question as to '(0 SET MORE: those who worship the body and
its exact cause.If I PECTEP OF
THAW, THECREPlT glorify physical prowess take note
the pain is anywhere near or ELSE ME -"' that such strength is not sufficientto

above the eye, it is naturally ME- guarantee success in life, and
blamed on the, eye and many will may indeed be a source of tempta-
visit their oculist or optometristwith E tion which may lead to spiritual and
a request to have their eyes moral downfall. Those who live for
tested. And in a number of these Ted the flesh "shall of the flesh reapcorruption"
cases the trouble is really due to By (Gal. 8:8).
eye strain. The pain in these casesis
O'Loughlin II. Moral Weakness and Spiritual
usually directly above the eye
and even with or below the eye- i' oa I Decay (15:11-14).
brow. WNU The portion of the lesson selectedfor
However our consideration from Judges
indigestion and gas -
15 gives only an act of prowess on
pressure can cause pain just
the eye but it is. usually just above the part of Samson, but the reader
the eyebrow. FAUNYs NOT HOME will recognize it as one of the many

Another common pain in the forehead TheE HER CLUB, deeds of Samson done as an ex-
above and between the eyes QJH/ THAT GIVES ME A pression of his uncontrolled sensual
: TO FINISH/ THAT Read the
is due to inflammation of the sinus nnture. entire chapterand
(frontal), a cavity or hollow space F i BooiI .// it will be evident that here is a
in the lower part of the forehead. man who, while occasionally responding -
This hollow space is connected with to God's leading, is on the
the nose and forms with the other E downward path of moral and' spir-
sinuses, the "sounding box" for the itual decadence.
voice. The lining of this hollow Scripture is absolutely honest in
space or cavity is covered with tiny A relating the facts as they are-and
cells which manufacture a fluid here it is not at all an attractive pic-
which flows down into the nose. ture. It never is, although the
When these cells get inflamed they, world tries to make it appear to be.
of course, manufacture much more A learned audience of university
juice, just as do other cells when H people laughed with evident appre-
they are irritated. It is the juice ciation at the statement of a pro-
from this frontal or the other sinuses fessor that "vice is always more
( '" that we blow from the nose E interesting than virtue," little real-
'" when we have a "head cold." izing that they thus bore testimonyto
When this irritation or inflammation R their own attitude toward sin.
becomes severe we speak of it \ WAS LATTER I'LL SAV- I IF I WELL, AREN'T III. Failure, Darkness, and Death
as sinusitis, among the symptoms of THAN I' THoUGNT KEPT YOU Lip You Goit4c- NoI'M (16:15-21): .
which is this severe headache in the H I'p B6- VOL) THIS l LATE YoiS To BED, Now? olN ToFWISI
forehead due to pressure of the fluid BEEN IM LOMCr? NAVE SOMBThfItJGTO { THIS Delilah finally betrayed the foolish
in the bony space. This headacheis SAy Samson who apparently had becomeso
worse in the morning because E BooK sure of himself that he dared to
there is not as good, "drainage"when venture anything. The man' who
we are lying down as when A' was to be strong for God is now
standing up. There is thus some 1'00' in prison, shorn of his strength,
relief from this'headache during,the blinded by"his enemies, and finallyhe
day; whereas in headache ,due to D kills himself even as he slays
eyestrain the pain is not so ,severe his enemies _(16:23-31). Thus he
I in the morning after the night's l threw away the life that had becometo
{j rest, but becomes more severe as S him but burden and a disgrace.

the eyes are used or strained dur-- ByOsborne "Thus he Who began never com
" ing the day. pleted his work.- The column was
broken in the middle. The story
I II I II Great Pyramid Largest structure I II ends with a comma and a dash, blis-
I The Great Pyramid of Egypt is .-WNU tered over by a tear. For the lightis

the largest structure ever erectedby turned into darkness, and how,
\ human hands. great is the,darkness" (J. M. Lang).


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"... .' I' ', 'c'-." ,_" ., ._, THE CLEWISTON 'NEWS ,' V' ". "FRIDAY JULY ,29, ,1938., ., 1

tAGH EIGHT .. -, .- -, .. ... -. ., ""J.' :;. !
!IL-. I'
mentioned. Wstill suggestions. They don't pay much' I ago on duty as a police officer in AGENT ,,'. !II II't
Moran's Address-':":':' foreign countries ; attention to them.. Anyway, I wrot Fort Myers. I
t. lose just as' much as we did des'near surviving .relatives Mershon '< ::1
before.. them .the other' day. ,suggesting; Bes : L. B. .
that they put up a sign I on, all are several cousins. living in thissectIon Life
(Continued from pag'one) Not 'only is Florida_ discriminate roads leading into Florida at the ,. among. them* Miss Anna .New Iii

ed States. i against in favor of offshore area boundary of the 'state-just like Lee Hisler and Herbert 'Hisler. Insurance Company
What was tie( purpose' or /purposes and foreign countries, but, unde have welcome sign ( I I
most states
ofsuch- law? Certainlywas it the provisions of the Sugar Act of .have'one' I ARCADIA, FLORIDA I,
out-we should sayini QUARTET ,TO GIVECONCERT< "
not for the purpose, of assis 1937, the Secretary of Agricultur' "Enjoy Florida Zephyrs While, Dodgin' AT CHURCH i:
Jug in the development of: Florida requires that Florida sugar producers Our Heifers'." i
Prior to the Sugar Act of 193, pay one-and-one-third (1- 'Ii
efforts of our :
Florida producers were under the 1-3) times the wages i: required in "Through the (Hendry County News) NORGE REFRIGERATORS
safety leaders, motorists, are warned
very similar restrictions and, pn -. the Louisiana sugar fields. Flor against soft shoulders when travel The Asbury Christian Cavaliers Furniture .and Homo V-urnlshings

hibitions of the Jones-Costigan Act. ida sugar producers pay the highest ing on state highways. That i is a quartet from the 'Men's Glee Clubof PHILCO RADIOS

Perhaps the results achieved uuder wages of ,any sugar producing area splendid, but the idea ought to< Asbury College, Wilmore, Ivy.,

that Act may disclose reasons for in the world. Florida sugar producers be carried further and city driven will give a concert of sacred music' Household FurnishingsInc.

the Sugar Act of 1937. On August do not object to paying warned of soft shoulders around Monday night, August 15, at Carl

9, 1937, the Department of Ari-, high wages; they paid;the, highes their necks. "Then you hear a son Memorial Methodist church. .

culture submitted to the Senate wages even before'the Secretarjaf lot about one armed drivers. The< The boys are engaged in a tour BELLE GLADE FLORIDA.
Finance Committee a ,statement of ) Agriculture was given authority and western states
other day a Tampa cop stopped a of the southern
benefits under the Jones-Costiga Lo: fix: wages. Florida sugar producers young fellow who was drivin' will which covers a period of several ,
Act for the calendar years 1935 and object to other? states being;
one arm around his girl and sale months and they are presenting
1936. Now listen carefully to the authorized to pay wages equal tc "You better take two hands here concerts practically every night. J. S. CAMPBELL
benefits reported. Cuba was benefited fraction of those paid in I
only a
buddy." But due to the efforts of The program will consist of vocal
hundred and twenty mil] riorida. The wage determination
one Asher 'Frank, the lad was safety and instrumental music. No admission Jeweler & Watch-maker
Philippines wer of Agriculture fixes
lion dollars. of the Secretary
conscious he didn't want to take I will be charged but a free I
hundred and ten mil-I low $1.00 per day foi
benefited one as
wages as Loo big a risk and said 'Yes sir, I'c will offering will be taken. All Kinds of Jewelry Repairs
lion dollars. Puerto Rico was benefited workers in Louisiana. The
ugar; I
I thought I'c
like to, but you see
ninety-seven million dollars same day the 'Secretary of Agriculture Optical Repairs
hand the steer-
on .
better keep one
Hawaii was benefited one hundred determined that a dollar I
and eight million dollars. a' day was a fair and
Florida was prohIbited the President "But I believe I've taken just
about, Florida? rage for Louisiana ,
from even supplying the of the United States stigmatized the about all the _time Asher reserved . ". .... ....
consumption of the State of Flor South as the Nation's Number One for! me on this program, and inclosing \.:N:N:M:N:N:1.:N:N:N:Ii M:N:1:N:N:N:11:N:N:N:..:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N.N:N:N,1:N:N:N:N:..:..:N; ;N;N; ;?1ISI

benefits of I just want to say a word y
Ida alone so that these Economic Problem.
mil vith, regard to the attitude of the MEN'i
hundred and thirty-five and 'I h
four Florida is the high-wage :
.. yry
could be recelvec press of the state on the safety, .:. "
lions of dollars r\v-cost sugar producing area. Solong + -

tries.by offshore Do not areas mis-understand and foreign coup me lefficient as the area low-wage: can prevent, high-cpst the irogram."Through our press clipping bureau _::: Your Credit Is Good ::

it is privilege to keep a vy
and thirty-five my
hundred Florida
The four ightful development of y ?

millions of dollars countries were not and paid off they can continue\ to overcharge :lose check published on the in state volume papers of material and- :;: Wear a NEW Tailored Individual ::::
foreign The last
these public.
shore areas for the sugar they the time: the offshore areas controlled I don't believe as a group, the newspapers :;: Measure Suit While You Pay :i:

to the United States. Such: soaked the of any state have given y Y
shipped market they '
huge sums were in addition to the the merican sugar' housewife five times the, more cooperation than have the :;: A postcard will bring the Lake's Old :;: .

reasonable value of the sugar they reasonable price for this great I papers of Florida. Dependable Tailor Representative *

shipped to us. Yet Florida is not necessity of life. "Florida editors and publishers y

even permitted to produce the sugar Congressional hearings have given liberally of space in y ::
required in the State of Florida During on the Sugar Act of 1937, the heir news and, editorial columns :: CHAS-. LEAR !

alone. that foreign and staff artists and cartoonists y
lorida producers pleaded
What about, our trade with theseselfsame : offshore and domestic sugar have been given a free range in these :;: Bo' 508 Clewiston, Fla. :;:
of and cartoons :::
and foreign photographs ::: _
offshore from the public -
countries? In its report Number I, producers trough be and that the American, I I intended to Impress the matter of ;:.:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:..:N:N:N:..:H N:..:N N:N:N:1.:N:N:N H:N:..:N:N:N:N N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N N:N:N::

Second Series on Sugar, the, her afety on the people of the state."I .

United 73, States Tariff Commission requirements housewife be at guaranteed a reasonable price. am sure this cooperation will '..................................................... ...........................-!..................,..w'. ..........................,......................'.....................11
from ontinue and we are hopeful thatn
stated that for the years The offshore areas and foreign _
1925 to 1932, years of high prosperity co mntries supplying our sugar needs working with you much good 'i".
and years of low depression, not only guaranteed more than can be accomplished. It is mighty I ...
are :
of the lice to have this opportunity to
with these self-same parts I 70) percent of the American sugar .i.
,world our balance of trade wasunfavorable they are meet with youand I shall look
market. but, in addition ;
in the amount of one I presented billions of dollar\ of the orward to being, with you. again. :j: CLEWISTON 60LF II
and sixtythreemillions in the future.
billion one hundred ) merican housewife's food budget. :
this tremendous -
of dollars. Of With' thousands and thousandsof

amount Cuba was bene- of extremely fertile lands Machine .
acres Hyacinth I
fited to the extent of five hundredand now idle and tens of thousands of i COURSE

thirty-three millions of dollars; her people unemployed, Florida is On Way To Lake y

the Philippines three hundred and not permitted to use her land and
twenty eight millions; Puerto Rico gainful employment to the .
provide '' ..
one hundred and nineteen millions idle even to the extent of supplying (Moore Haven Democrat) ..::.. ;- ''

and Hawaii one hundred and eightysix Florida's own\ sugar requirements An Associated Press report from .:. I y:

millions of dollars. Grant to Florida her rights Jacksonville Tuesday was to the .y'
During the calendar years 1935 of Statehood and within a few year effect that a ne\v hyacinth eliminator .1,

and 1936} the balance of trade was one hundred thousand heads of built by the U. S. Engineersat .:.' ,.

still against us. Cuba benefited by families will be employed, directly a Jacksonville boat yard, was on :! -- I 'i. .

more than one hundred millions of and. indirectly, producing? at higher its way to Lake Okeechobee ,to be

dollars; the Philippines by more than agricultural wages ten used in ridding some of the, navigation -
than eighty millions, Puerto Rico percent, (10%) of, the Nation's re- channels of the hyacinth pest. Open to the Public ,.. ij

by almost fifty millions, and Hawaii quirements of this vital foodstuff- This machine is not to be confused -

another fifty millions of dollars. sugar-and -thus assuring reason- with the highly expensiveand

All told, the huge sum of two able prices ,to the American con- complicated "chewing and spit- ), ;, .?.

hundred and eighty millions of sumer. ling ,machine" which the Engineers .:f. I

dollars. 70% of the American sugar mar- constructed in New Orleans last :

These three examples show ben ket and billions of dollars of the year 'at a cost of about 75000. :;: ;

fits to offshore areas of the gigantic American housewife's food. money This one is called a "hyacinth conveyor" :;: y
.. Y I
sun\ of over one billion eight is, preser.ted to offshore areas and and simply picks the hyacinths : y

hundred and seventy-five millionsof foreign countries while Florida is up carries them on a conveyor -

dollars. Offshore areas ,and for- I prohibited from filling her own belt to the nearest spoil bank '' :

eign countries benefited to the extent sugar bowl and creating employment ; and deposits them there to die. Its I : Moderate. Green Fees :;!:;
of almost two billion dollars for her people. operated by four men.

while Florida was denied the right I The machine was. scheduled to \ : Exceptional Fairways ; i

to supply Florida people with Flor- Discusses- leave__u Jacksonville on Wednesday ofthis :f !
Russell Kay Greens
to the Interesting
ida-produced ,sugar. week on its journey I i J
, to note here via the intracoastal water- :
It is, interesting Lake x :;
that the adverse trade balances for (Continued from vage one) way. No indication was givenS !:

the eight from 1925 to 1932, been to let Mrs., to where the machine would be . .
years .
which I have quoted, averaged one policy Cow go has her always way and I'd go mine,, placed in operation after reachingthe .II(...:N:N:.-,:..N:N:NN:N H:.,:N:N N:NN H:N N:N MN:N(N 1.:N.M..N.N.......N.N.,.111. .N.N.N N. .N.H.H...

hundred and forty-five million dol- only sometimes It is awful hard to lake.

lars annually. The adverse trade figure out which way I'm supposedto The "hyacinth conveyor" was re-

balances for the years 1935 and go, on account of cows being ported by Col. Earl North, district

1936 averaged one hundred and notoriously slow in makiu' up engineer, to have cost appr oxitnat allotted :- \.\-IOM

forty million dollars. Thus, it will THEIR minds. No, folks, when it ly $3,200. Federal funds are o
the restrictive meas- for combatting the hyacinths Q
be that
seen comes to bein' for or against a cow,

ures against our own production, I'd rather be for 'em than against in Florida stream's. '

have not improved our trade posi- them at any time.: : IIIII'J

tion with the offshore areas ands "Of course I get the motorist Last Rites Held

viewpoint in the controversy. I (S'( \

: realize that it don't seem fair to For Mallie Hisler

j I require a motorist to blow his 1
horn when a cow, whom the Crea- <,
'em (The Hendry County News) I
tor equipped with two of '
I Mallie Hisler, 42, of Fort Myers, ._
ain't asked to blow either one. '"
died Friday morning
law requires a who
u..o Then at night the
rG in north Florida, was buried -
,1000. Junction
switch on his tail light.but
motorist to
afternoon in Fort De- qedc6e4YeaMme'
hand don'teven Sunday ,
on the other 'a cow
naud cemetery. His death followed -
have to switch her tail.

SAFETY "Then there is:: proposition ofa He a'short was a illness.son of the late Matt Bachelors may choose to exist in
OF Now some
calf on a curve.
Hisler, who was killed several years and rented houses but
SAVINGS yolks contend that a calf : apartments

curve is downright dangerous and YOUR FAMILY deserves the happier '

Share ACCOUNTSaswell there ought to to a law againstit RENT-Furnished upstairs p1Rcoa home
FOR and richer life that a real
but it 'Iia3 been my experiencethat 0C
as all liberal profits bedroom suitable for one or' two
CURVE CAL" can be Nome will provide. Our safe
on a
a of
{ own
earned by them, are fully more.diatractin' to the motorists persons. Phone 376 or call al Alen your

.J even and yet we don't *.ear- anyone premises. F. L Williamson. IS SIMIIE CAI. and economical home financing plan
INSURED ,54 o !
advocating a law a ;aixxst that. help own YOUR
UP TO$ 000 FOfc EACH ACCOUNT can you
Most of the trouble caused by.r.

calf on a curve is occasioned: by J. M. COUSE

Clewiston Federal the motorist failiu": to :gee it, while C'ewiston Federal Savings ,
calf that Counselor and Attorney at Lnw
it's seein' the curve on a
Savings and LOQ"AS80ciati usually causes! the accident." Hopkins and Building Saturdays and Loan Association :

I "I have written many letters to Wednesdays \\ \

n the State Road Department making: 980 to 4:00