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Title: The Clewiston news
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Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: January 13, 1939
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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: ; METCALFE INSTALLS Match Play In Golf TEXT OF BITTING'STALK Tree Is Planted In [R.F.C. MUST MAKE


Tourney Starts SundayMatch Arbor Day ObservanceArbor

: NEW OFFICERS OF AT CUBAN I NEW COMMITMENTON


play in the 1939 Ever- Day was appropriately cel-

: KIWANIS ON FRIDAY glades Match, Play Golf Championship TRADE HEARING ebrated in Clewiston this morn- DRAINAGE LOAN

opens next Sunday at the ing at ten o'clock when Mayor F.

b.', Clewiston Golf Club, qualifying :I Deane Duff planted a small palm

, A large number of members of rounds having been extended a Following is the complete text i tree in the southwest corner of Chauncey Y. Dodds, a
memberof
" the local Kiwanis club, their ladies week because of holiday activities. ,of a talk made by Clarence R. Bit-i the school campus with appropriate the

and a number of visitors were Entrenched in the medalist po- ting, president of the United States I I I ceremonies participated in by members Reconstruction Finance Com-

present at the Clewiston \ Inn last sition after last Sunday's qualifying Sugar Corporation before the Com-! of the Garden Club and the mittee arrived in Florida Sundayfor

I Friday night for the installation of rounds, was Charles Fenwick, mittee For Reciprocity. Information I school. the purpose of investigating the

officers by Ernest Metcalfe, Lieu- long-hitting Clewiston boy from on the day Congress convened, I Although school attendance was need for and the feasibility of a

tenant-Governor of Kiwanis from Illinois, with ,,a 39-42-81. Second January 3. Senator Claude Pepper small, as examinations are now'loan by 'the RFC of $3,729,000 fora

. ; West Palm Beach and to enjoy place position was shared between and Senator Charles O. Andrews I in progress, every school child was
\ refinancing 'of the indebtedness
:', ";', the interesting program of violin Clewiston's golfing brothers, Tom also protested vigorously againstthe dismissed and formed a semi-circle
'f- : '0" I and Emmett Shelley, who handed of the Everglades Drainage Districton
; :; music given by Harold Moreland Cuban Trade Agreement at about the tree as it was planted.

r'; .' of Fort Myers afterward. in cards of 82. the same meeting. Prof. B. E. ,Herring made a short the basis of thirty cents' on the

t{ : .- Mr. Metcalfe made a most interesting The championship affair will be talk in which he gave a few pointson dollar. Mr. Dodds ,is checking pri-
losers
J talk in which he out- run off in flights, first round Before entering into a discussionof the origin of Arbor Day in Ne- marily the record of tax collectionsof
" in each flight making up an the braska in 1872 and
problem directly affectingthe explained howit
: lined the duties of some of the var- the district
entirely new schedule, thereby assuring -I interests which I I had until observed over a long period
.: .:' ious Kiwanis committees. He spoke represent, grown by ev-
'everyone of at least three and before his return will be tak-
of the Underprivileged Children's desire to mention very briefly other ery state in the Union, many of

."/, :i" committee as one of the most im- rounds of golf for their $1.00 entry subjects that affect our good neigh- which make it a holiday, 'and had en on a, tour of the district by

:" portant, and urged the program fee. Trophies and medals will be bors in Florida. I come to mean a day for every kind members of the drainage board so
awarded in each
... ,;' committee to leave an open date flight. First, Tobacco: Some years ago of beautification as well as tree that he may be thoroughly familiarized -
The Clewiston course is in the
', ; ,i' occasionally which might be filled Key West 'was quite a tobacco- planting. He then introduced Mayor with the potentialitiesof
" best shape of its history for the
1 :'>. in with something unexpected. He products center. Recently, due to Duff. the drainage 'district. Upon his
event., Two new challengers that '
(" ; ?. said that the achievements of the the loss of such industries, the Mr. Duff made a few well-chosen report back to the RFC may rest
will make strong bids for the title
;":.. Florida Kiwanians had been many Federal Government has found it remarks showing the value of trees the fate of the proposed loan.
Include the aforementioned Fen-
.;. .. during the past year and every I necessary to spend considerable as windbreaks for growing crops, The RFC made an original com
wick, recent winner of the Ever-
::' ;member should take pride in the : funds in the rehabilitation of.. that as conservors of the soil and other mittment of the above amount to
Medal
glades Championship, andJ. .
' accomplishments of the many clubs. city. Today, the proposed changesin values as well as shade, beautyand I the drainage district in 1937 but
", W. Milligan of South Bay,
One of the few service clubs, ac- the Cuban treaty will, undoubt-; lumber. at that time the bondholders of
former Key West_ golfer. Othersare
.;., cording to Mr. Metcalfe.' to stress "Doc" VanLandingham of edly, have .a most serious effect Mayor Duff then introduced Mrs the district refused to settle on the

' ::' cooperation with the churches and South Bay,. Arthur Wells of Belle upon Tampa. Tampa, while enjoy- F. M. Wright, of the Garden Club, basis of. thirty cents. The drain-

,'>' :. promotion of religious work, the Glade, Larry Nash of Belle Glade.. ing diversified industry, will, nev- who told the story of "Johnny age board then hired Frank Rails

:;; :;." achievements along this line had and Clewiston's Shelley brothers, ertheless, face' a most serious prob- Appleseed" and made a brief talk of Arcadia as appraiser to draw upa

;" been especially great. lem if her tobacco-products industries supplemental loan for
, Emmett having been runner-up in on the value of trees_ in beautifi- plan pre-

''it ': At the conclusion of his talk Mr. last year's affray. are adversely affected North catipn.As sentation to the RFC asking for

": Metcalfe, asked.. the out-going president Qualifying rounds must be in Florida has suffered from reduc-! Misses Catherine and Florence fifty cents on the dollar. This was

J. W. "' 'Perry, to present the by six o'clock, January 14th., with tions in its cotton crop. Today that Graham sang "Trees" the dirt was done, the need for such being based -

, president's badge to the incoming match play opening the followingday. area is raising tobacco and, if not thrown in around the roots of I on the improved land values during -

president, A. W. Lawrence. This strangled by foreign treaties and the tree and the ceremony was over. the intervening two years. In

" wasdone and Mr. Lawrence' then restrictions, should contribute muchto the fall of last year the RFC refused -
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,;, introduced the other elective officers the wealth of the nation. to grant an' increased loan

. ,;: R. N. Smith, vice-president Christmas Tree ReportAt Second, Citrus: The problems of Tigers and Tigerettes but it was understood by the board

. : and B, E. Herring, secretary-treas the citrus industry are, today, of that the original committment still

r :: # urer. I. M. ,Pafford, chairman of Legion MeetingThe sufficient magnitude and serious- Play Boca Grande I stood.A .

'i." "' the program committee was then ness, without aggravating them by few weeks: ago the membersof

j:,:;. : ;' .. 'asked by Mr. Metcalfe to present Clewiston Post No. 93 Am- granting preferential treatment to The Clewiston-Tigers and Tig- the drainage board took a plane

:':,-'r ;:< the past-president's badge to Mr. Cuban citrus. for Washington and New York to
erican Legion held its regular erettes will journey to Boca ,Grande
;);' .. t'\. Perry. This he .did with appropriate confer with the bondholder's
'J monthly meeting',on Tuesday night Third, Potatoes: Winter produced this'-afternoon to- in'au'guratethpir com-
iIt': J remarks concerning his very potatoes have aided, quite'material mittee and RFC officials, went to
1939 basketball
I. at the Clewiston Inn with' one' of season with games
. successful term of office. the largest attendances of local ly, various sections of Florida, par- against the Boca Grande girls .and Baltimore to confer with officialsof

IM: Mr. Pafford then intr'oduced Mr. members in many months. ticularly ,the area in and around boys tonight. the Arundel Corporation whichis

,". ,, Moreland who in turn introduced Principal business was the reportof (Continued on page 8) Although having f only one year'sprevious holding a district note for a

: ,:',. :r his accompanist, Mrs. J. W. Cole of the Christmas tree committee large amount of work done in the
experience; few of the mem-
:- .' Fort, Myers and Mr. Cole. After district and upon their return to
given by W.:: C. Owen, chairman of bers of the teams were lost by
playing a few 'classical selections the state spent two days in Tallahassee -
the committee. This showed
report
; NO OFFICIAL ACTION graduation last year and both the
': with Trustees of
.5' ". Mr. Moreland asked for request that 624 confering
packages were prepared, boys and the girls are expected to
1)_: : numbers and for more htan a half 457 for Clewiston and 167 for Har- the I. I. Fund over a million dollar
give a good account of themselves
:? ; hour played number after number loan which had been made to the
1 lem. In Harlem about fifteen or COUNTY CLEANUP'Although against strong competition. Prac-
: district. member felt confi-
as requested by the members. Finally Every
remained and these
twenty
were tice was started only a short time
:." he swung into the tune, dent after talking over the matter
out at About .
" given once. fifty were ago but 'the squads have developed
,.,, \:'' "Smiles" and the entire group Clewiston with all the creditors that a satis-
: these'were
left in and the party of Hendry rapidly and are expected to give
';: : joined in singing it. Group singing factory arrangement could be worked -
distributed on the following Tues- county officials who made the the strong Boca Grande teams a
t was also enjoyed and was led day to the children of 'needy fam- rounds of local bars, pool rooms hard fight tonight. out for refinancing with the

, ,; : by R. N.. Smith. thirty cent committment from RFC.
> ilies in the, community. Twenty and similar establishments Satur-
Probable, starting line-ups are
: The called for a cancellationof
I'. ; ; Visitors included Mr. Metcalfe baskets of groceries were also distributed day night in search of law violators plan
<1. .' given by Coach Homer Wakefieldas 1936 and
for
} all district taxes
l _' ', of West| Palm Beach, Mr. and Mrs. to needy families. are said to have conferredhere Brantley
follows: Boys: J. B. and a new tax set-up
Cole and 3Ir. Moreland of Fort prior years
The Legion committee, responsible Monday' with Assistant State's
center Bill Owen 'and J. D. Hooker -
?i.::i" ., Myers, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Daniel : for raising the necessary fin- Attorney Sumter Leitner, no official "' ; Le- based on a law passed by the 1937
forwards Owen Winn and '
; reduces
f'. ';, of Miami, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Royal, ances for carrying on this work action has been taken by will legislature which materially
: Roy Hare, guards. Substitutions, the for Everglades Drain-
taxes
Mr. and Mrs Otto Larsen, Mr. showed ,that $197.50 was collected anyone in connection with the in-
be t Ed VonMach, Dick Patterson,
.:. and Mrs. Homer Wakefield, Rev. this year. The cost of the toys vestigation.In Bud Vaughn and Morris Ford. Girls: age.

.: and Mrs. Marshall Mines, Mr. and and nuts amounted to $96.62, cost the group, who reportedly vis- Forwards, June Hooker and Violet Last week the group was called
,
: '; Mrs. J. D. Bruce and W. C. Prew- of the candy was $18.67, additional ited all establishments in the Clew- Bethea; center forward, Zena Belle again to Washington to appear be-
.-i ; ift. Members their ladies fore the RFC and it was then learned -
.d". ,,,,;, ( and present toys and tree decorations came iston area, were Constable W. C/ Pullen; guards, Renee Wethin-
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were: Mr. and Mrs Gideon to $13.00 and a .Santa Claus suit that a new committment would
Hooker 'and County Commission
ton, Marie Robbins and Edna Leit-
: Brown, Dr. and Mrs. J. WEzelle/ cost another $2.65. Apples, oranges, Chairman Dave Alston, of Clewis- Substitutions from Margaret have to be made for the $3,2 7OOO.
er.
:'J.: Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Bishop, Mr. baskets of food from one source The RFC officials intimated at the
ton, County Judge William Maddox -
Kathleen
, VonMach, Betty Bailey, I
' >. and Mrs. J. F. Tippey, Mr. and Mrs. came to $61.75 and another orange County Prosecutor H. A. Rider Chapman, Mary Johnson, Thelma conference that the drainage taxes -

\ H. R. Hall, Rev. and Mrs. F. C. item. showed $4,12. Light sockets, of LaBelle, and three other Ricks and Elizabeth Winn. as proposed on the cultivatedareas

:' ; ,',: Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Perry, light bulbs, etc., came to $22.21for members of the county commis- of the district which would
"';"'" Mr. and Mrs I. M. Pafford Mr. total Coach Wakefield states that a amount to approximately .$221,000
: : a of $219.02, an excessof sion, Herbert O'Bannon, Frank Mc- I
", 7.,",,.. and Mrs. R N. Smith, Mr. and $22.52 over the amount collect Clenithan and E. B. Hull. complete schedule of twenty gam--: I annually on the basis of a hundred
c Mrs E. M. Cornette for both boys and girls has ben: collection would not be
Mr. and Mrs.A. ed. However, there was a slight As far as can be learned no of- per cent
: W. Lawrence, Miss Marion Ley- surplus 'left over from the 1936 ficial recommendations concerningan arranged, ten of which will be sufficient meet the obligationsof

'' ', dig, B. E. Herring, J. G. Niblack, tree which took care of most of investigation of gambling and with conference teams in the Four- some $216,000 annually to the

', J A. W. Sias, H. H. Turner and R. this excess, similar law violations has been County League. Ten games for RFC as not more than seventyfiveper
C. Wilson. each team will be played on the cent collection is anticipated
A motion made made the board of
was expressingthe by; county commissioners -
home court and season tickets: will : and proposed that the district get
thanks of the Legion to all either to Sheriff H. L.
; go on sale next week at $1.00 for the legislature to put on an ad vol-
C. B. Savage Speaks who gave of their time and money Delaney or to Constable W. C.
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.. adults and fifty cents for students. orem tax to meet this obligation.The .
toward helping the Legion and the Hooker.
The teams will, appear tonight in board refused to hear of this
; ., : Here Wednesday Garden Club make the distribu-
., attractive new sweat shirts of blue and explained that such a methodof
tion of packages.
;;!' A. C. L. To Reduce
tl .' --:...... The only out-of-town members and gold with the name Clewistou taxation would be impossible. J.
in gold on the girls' Beardslcy, Clewiston member of
C. B. Savage of West Palm present at the meeting were Cecil Tigerettes E.

. Beach, president of the Palm Beach Jackman, R. N. Miller and Bob Fares To 11-2 Cents shirts and Clewiston Tigers, on the the board, countered by showing

f':' Tennis Club was the guest speaker Waldron of LaBelle. boys'. New suits will probably i U- .he tax collections for the leanest

at the regular Kiwanis meeting on hand before the first home years of the depression to be above
? .. Wilmington, N. C., Jan. 12.- to meet the
at the Inn Wednesday night. His ART DEMONSTRATION game. the figure necessary
Midnight of Saturday, January 14, and told the
f -, talk was largely concerning tennis The school expresses its appreci- annual obligation
.4 will mark the deadline between old would pay
,- : and a proposed tournament which Miss Mcllheuy who is employed and new coach passenger fares on ation to those who furnished cars RFC board that many holdings -

t' : is to be held inVest Palm Beach by the publishing house'which the railroads in the Southeast. After for the Boca Grande, trip today drainage taxes on uncultivated that some

later in January. W. C. Owen, J. L. Brantley, Harry were they sure
: publishes new art books now be- that hour the new fare of one and of indebtedness -
;;', Mr. Savage told J. E. Winn and others. satisfactory settlement
something of the ing used by Florida schools and one-half cents per mile in coaches Vaughn, reached and had
i- history of their tennis club and had been
whose visit to schools of the state will apply, according to statement that effect.
to
.i of how it had been organized and is sponsored by the State Boardof from headquarters of< the Atlantic Judge Ward Will given their pledges
sponsored by the Chamber Members of the drainage board
o! Commerce Education, gave a demonstrationof Coast Line Railroad here. ::

until now it had a metribei the use of the text-books 'to Special preparations have been P.-T. A. eej! ( that their explanation of the,
Speak To
tie
received by
ship of between 175 and was well
200. In students of the third grade here made, it is said, for the increased situation
speaking of the and that, if Mr. Dodd's reportis
tourna- RFC
proposed
Thursday afternoon. She
was ac- volume of railroad passenger travel --
ment which is being the favorable, there will be no more
conducted under companied to Clewiston by Mrs. expected to set In and continue A meeting of ParentTeachers -

.r.. '" the auspices of the U. S. Lawn Homer Taylor, chairman of the after that date. While the reduced : Association will be held Tuesday trouble in securing." the origin!

Tennis Association he gave some Hendry County school board of fares' have been authorized by : evening at 8:00 in thq school commitment.

, of the requirements for staging Felda. the Interstate Commerce Commis-j, auditorium at. which time Judge

.":such a tournament and an idea of sion to apply only In coach,@ \U.\ ]David{ -Elmer Ward of Fort Mycr Mr and Mrs Louis Davis cf

(' 'costs. for the benefit of Olowiston RA, Nail of High Sprlnpn WMtt j pointed out that Rlr-eondltionprt will\ deliver an address, Evenmem: -, Canal Point, spent Sunday here V1Je

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Weekly News Analysis ; ; IMPROVED,

UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL Wise and Otherwise '
HEALTH Declaration 0RELIEVING ,
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Wang Ching-ivei's v
I In fishing for complimentsyou

Forces China to Air Troubles SUNDAY ILesson must use live bait.

Defensive tissues of bodycan Never put off till tomorrow
By HAROLD L.'LUNLJQUIST. D. D.
what can do today. There
Dean of The Moody Bible Institute you
usually overcome troublesome By Joseph W. La nine Western of Newspaper Chicago. Union. may ''be a law against it to-

morrow.
organisms.By .
President Roosevelt had a chance to One thing that can't be pre-
Dr. James W. BartonNOSE EDITOR'S NOTE When opinions are widen this breach by naming left Lesson for January 15 served in alcohol is dignity.A .
expressed in these columns, they are those '
of the news analyst, and not necessarily wingers. man has left an estate con-
specialists tell us that L of the newspaper. What forecasters overlooked was Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected sisting 'of hundreds of old
and copyrighted by International
lining of the nose is the always-present possibility of con- I Council of Religious Education; used by clocks. It will take some wind-

cession, both by Garner, Farley, permission. ing
it up.
in a healthy condition, can Asia GLORY
CHRIST'S
PETER SEES
Hull, et al, and the White House.
Philatelists
prevent harmful organisms in War-torn China's biggest boast is Result are easy to rec-
: President Roosevelt has
national LESSON TEXT-Matthew 17:1.9: 1418. ognize, I'm told. Men after the .
the air from entering the body her constantly growing named
Harry Hopkins to the com- GOLDEN TEXT-We beheld his glory, the same stamp?
and setting up diseases. This unity, a product of necessity that merce secretaryship and former glory as of the only begotten of the Father.
has made Generalissimo Chiang Gov. Frank Murphy of Michigan to John 1:14.Service. Even if the governmentdoesn't }
moist or mucous lining can raise income tax
our
Kai-shek the strongest Chinese rulerin the attorney generalship, at the ,
get rid of a group of, ,organ modern history. But despite this same time retaining party leader- in the name of Christ can we'll have to. 1 1NO

isms from the system and well-publicized unity, China has not be nothing but an empty formality,

be ready for a, new lot within : been able-to make much of a show- ship.Roosevelt strategy: Until just before and a disappointing experience ofone's
ing against her Japanese invaders. inability really to help anyone,
the White
other congress opened,
10 minutes. Similarly :; unless it is backed vision of
Indeed, foreign\ military observers'find by a
House reserved comment on what
tissues in the body and the Tokyo's' paper-thin front' linesso every legislator knew was a certainty the Saviour in \all His glory. To fUSS"

blood itself, by putting ,up a vulnerable1 that they say 30,000 namely, drastic revision of such Peter, whose life, we are studying,
American British or French troops there came ,such ;an experience as
daily fight against various organisms New Deal brainchildren as social
the mastery could put the enemy to rout. But in he went with the Lord to the Mountof
gradually get security, the Wagner act, relief ad- COLD
Jap-occupied territory are 270,000000 ,- ,Transfiguration. We cannot
o ver t1 e a r g anse ministration and neutrality legisla-
isms. The tissues civilians and '1,250,000 armed tion. The President also knew such I duplicate that day of days in his life DISCOMFORT THIS WAY! ,
in physical but we may,
and blood become revision was a certainty, but the I any sense
"immune" or proof fA>:':: ;t ,,,,,,,,,<.\: .,>> -.::. card
against the ailments Y with the Hopkins and Murphy appointments place, where we may spiritually see Just Follow Simple Directions BeJow-
Him whose we'are and whom we '
these ,various organ- apparently due for con-' and Use Fast-Acting Bayer Aspirin
isms would setup in 4 gressional opposition, the White serve as our transcendent Lord.I. .

Z rR.x the body if there, House was able to soothe ruffled A Vision of Glory (vv". 1-9).

were no resistance' nerves promising he would do 1. A mountain-top experience (vv.

to them. no more bill drafting. Consequently 1-3). I 1. To ease pain and

"Most of the tissues -, ; both appointments are being approved Too much of the daily life and '' i discomfort and reduce -
of a healthy individual though Hopkins must appear walk of Christians is in the valley.We -e 1'Z' fever take 2

_have__ an_n im-____ before a committee investigating need now and then to come up Bayer Tablets-drink

Dr. Barton munity or can with- relief irregularities, and,Murphy to the high places where we may be ;-a peat glass In 2 of hours.water.Re- f

stand the majorityof va ; before the senate judiciary committee spiritually renewed.' Jesus is readyto

organisms and destroy them to explain his attitude toward sit- take us as He did' the three disciples -

when they gain entrance to the sys- down strikes. "up into a high mountain

tem. Should such organisms find What cannot be avoided, however, apart." We may not ,be able to

lodgment in the tissues they frequently is the feeling that White House con- move our bodies, but' our spirits 2. If Throat Is raw 1
prove harmless to the indi- xLW1I cessions outweigh those of Mr. Gar- may soar to sublime heights with' from cold, crush and i "

vidual. Even when they enter the ner and other rebels. Having com- Him There He will reveal Him- dissolve 3 Bayer

blood stream both the organismsand mitted himself to a political back self in all His glory. Tablets In % glass ,
of water.
the poisons they make usuallyare seat while congress is in session, 2. A mistaken attitude (v. 4). I

rapidly destroyed by the blood." ; Mr. Roosevelt must find some way Whether Peter was confused by
the remarkable experience, or if it
Forces Be Weakened. to recapture the driver's seat or
May r
s + was but another expression of I his l
Professor Myer Solis-Cohen, Uni- risk political obliyion by conventiontime
versity of Pennsylvania Graduate GENERALISSIMO CHIANG next year. unfortunate tendency to talk when It's the Way Thousands Know to
he should be quiet, we do not know. Ease Discomfort of Colds and Sore
School of Medicine, as guest editorof Time to stop bluffing.
But he-is 'of those
a representative
Medical World tells us that this Defense Throat Accompanying Colds
defensive of the tissues and guerrillas whose spirit of national- the World German who miss the supreme blessing of
power I During war above
such a priceless moment by tryingto The simple way pictured
is still not enough to
the blood continue intact for unity strong "U"
boats naval
may : made history by tell God what should be done. often brings amazingly fast relief
ears. This defensive power of the inspire a sudden, inevitably success- approaching U. S. Atlantic coast Had Peter's suggestion been accepted from discomfort and sore throat

body may be lost when'the invading ful attack. cities, Last September German by our Lord there would nev- accompanying colds. /

organisms are excessive in num- Better than the national unity submarines were still a menace, er have been redemption for the Try it. Then-see your doctor.

ber or become increased in their argument is the theory that smart helping to force blockade-wary human race. any Sin and sorrow would He probably will tell you to continue

power to destroy tissue, or when General Chiang has been staginga Britishers into the embarrassingpeace in the earth with the Bayer Aspirin be-
have reigned ,
the individual's local or general resistance fake show of Chinese nationalism, of Munich. In January, Ger- supreme cause it acts so fast to relieve discomforts
while he and his brethren enjoyed a of cold. And to reduce
is reduced or broken down''' offering a good front at the expenseof man submarines again made head- season of fellowship with Moses and fever. a

completely through exposure, physical his wavering government. Though lines because Berlin announces her Elias and their Lord. This
simple backed by
mental Chungking headquarters are over- determination Great Brit- way, ,
or fatigue, inadequatediet to equal 1
A divine ( 5-7). has
3. testimony vv. scientific authority, largely supplanted r
bad hygiene, a new infection, run with nepotism, corruption and ain's strength in submarine ton- Cod spoke and scattered the con- the use of strong medicines 1

or a rundown condition.The inefficiency, many abuses have been nage. fusion of men's thinking by declar- in easing cold symptoms. Perhapsthe

point then is that even if we tolerated to make the outside world Under the Anglo-German naval ing the deity of Jesus, "This is my easiest, most effective way yet

are in good condition physically, think China is strong. In the end pact of 1935, Germany has this right beloved Son," and, His supremacy, discovered. But make sure you get

there may be certain organisms that General Chiang wangled handsome I under emergency, but London failsto "Hear ye him." We live in days of BAYER Aspirin.,

can set up trouble in the body be- loans and credit arrangements from understand what emergency theological and philosophical 'confu *
both the U. S. and Britain provingthe 11N .
faces the Reich Now built
today. ,
cause our defensive forces have not sion. We struggle in vain to resolvethe !
stunt working at least a.
was under construction or appropriatedfor ice
had this particular organism tq fight moral chaos which has resulted
and' overcome up to this time. But temporarily.Not are 71 German'submarines; from erroneous teaching by any IJ FOR12 TABLETS

even should they attack us, if we anticipated, however, was the smaller than average, their tonnageis arguments,or by the devices of men. 2 FULL DOZEN 25c i.,

are in good physical condition- walkout of one-time Premier Wang only 31,282. Britain, with 73 sub- Let us appeal to the Word of God.It .

heart, lungs, kidneys and digestive Ching-wei, who celebrated New marines weighing 75,904 tons, finds is plain, powerful, "sharper thana Optimist: A man who'says to his,
system-and no other infection suchas Year's by reaching peace terms many of her heavy underwater,,craft two-edged sword." wife: "I can explain everything.: "

in teeth, tonsils or sinus is pres- with Japanese Premier Fuminaro obsolete. Not only is London fright- 4. A glorious result (vv. 8, 9).
Konoye. Long a silent bulwark of ened by Germany's'numerical superiority -
ent, we can usually put up a fight "They saw no man save Jesus T
to them. China's Kuomintang (Nationalist) if the Reich builds up to "
strong enough overcome only.
party, Mr. Wang reportedly met parity, but also because Germany II. A Call to Service (vv. 14-18). NO ONE IS
at Hongkong with Japanese agents intends to build several large ocean- should
Service never precede
Sinuses May Cause and reached terms which would going submarines. of 1,000 tons or
Vision is
vision. given as a prep- IIMOEE TO 1
Colds in Children make him China's head man, leaving more. aration for service.
General Chiang out in the cold. This has tremendous sig-
program 1. A needy soul (vv. 14, 15).
There are some youngsters who Terms: (1) China should open dip- nificance on the international pic We live in a world of such' des- ACID
seem always to have a cold. In stimulate the
lomatic relations with Japanese pup- ture. It can only perate need that even the confirmed
schools where there is a school pet state, Manchukuo; (2) China world arms race, since ,England "all's well with the world" optimistsare

nurse with a physician visiting at should agree to economic "co- I must now build more ships ,capableof beginning to see that their rose- ND GETION

regular- intervals, it is often a problem operation" with Japan; (3) China i convoying her ocean steamers.In colored glasses cannot make them

as to whether' to allow the childto should adhere to the JapItaloGerman -: France, where the AngloGermannaval oblivious to its sin and sorrow. The

remain at school or be sent home anti-Communist agreement; agreement has always been? boy was sick; his father was in (

until the cold clears up. (4) China should accept Japanese unpopular (because, claims Paris, despair and these two things just
As a matter of fact, when the should have ;
garrisons while the antiCommunistpact London never recog-. about sum up the need of most of
child seems always to have a cold, was in force.Interpretations 'nized Germany's right to any naval
humanity.
the trouble is often in one of the of the Wang de- strength), the Reich's new subma-

sinuses adjoining the nose, usuallythe marche, have come thick and fast. rine parity has produced genuine 2. Impotent Christian workers

pne in the upper jaw-the an- In Tokyo, happy Japanese thought it alarm. Italy, always a big "U" (vv. 16, 17).
brought his
The son to the
trum. meant a breakdown of the Kuomin- boat builder, reflects that the com- man rT
Causes of Sinusitis.Dr. place where he had a right to ex-
bined German Italian submarine
tang and the spotlight of publicity on + fix i
help-to the followers of Christ.
James Crooks, in the British' China's internal troubles. With Chi- fleets can now patrol,the seven seas. pect
But he found them without faith to
Medical Journal, gives the signs and ang weakened, Japanese puppet Convinced that a new, diplomatic nelp him. Little wonder then that

symptoms of these chronic cases of states would no longer 'seem point- onslaught is behind Germany'smove those around them were still in

sinusitis: 1. Discharge of mucus or less. In Shanghai, still Chinese despite certain British circles are verse unbelief. We who profess per-to 't

pus from the nose. 2. Frequent its Japanese ownership, observers capitalizing on their troubles to win follow Christ, and especially those

colds. 3. Cough. 4. Snoring and thought the Wang declara- U. S. military support. Their story: of us who say that we are His serv-
mouth breathing. 5. Sore throats. tion was a well-timed Jap move to That Germany's 1,000 ton subma- should be ashamed of
ants our impotent ,
6. Headaches.' Inflammation of the counteract U. S. and British credits rines are being built to cross the gestures toward our needy- But Why Suffer? Here's

middle ear and, general weaknessor .to General Chiang. Atlantic, in retaliation for the cool There is
fellow 'men. power with how "Alkalize"anytimeanywherethe
disability are often present. Examination With the die cast, General Chiangno reception Hitler tactics have been in you can
God, power prayer,.,power in I devoted -
of the nose, lighting up longer saw need for hiding his receiving in official Washington. If and faithful service to Christ.

the sinus by a special lamp and tak- troubles. From Chungking came this danger-real or false-can be Let claim it!
ing an X-ray picture may also be word of a wholesale purge from the impre ed on U. S. congressmen,' us easy "Phillips' way!

done to make sure that the frequent Kuomintang of some 200 peace par- Great Britain hopes it will result in 3. The omnipotent Saviour (v. 18). WHY SUFFER from
headaches
colds due tisans. Expelled was Deserter American Jesus spoke, and the demon de "
are really to an inflamed a larger navy. "gas, "upsets" and "biliousness"due
sinus. Wang, charged with having attempted parted. The absolute supremacy of to Acid Indi estion-when now ('

The treatment of chronic sinusitisis to gain support from military MiscellanyFor our Lord appears not only on the there is a way that relieves excess
leaders. in Szechuan and Yunnan mount of glory, but shines even stomach acid with incredible
first to try to prevent the condi- speed.
the first time in its
history, in the
brightly valley of need.
tions that start or light, up the trou- provinces. York's more Simply take two Phillips' Milk of
New Sing Sing prison has
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Magnesia Tablets at first sign of
ble. "Colds must be avoided by improving -
hygiene and general health PoliticsWhen executions every week during Jan Him, and yet we must by.both word distress. Carry them with you-
uary. Total for the month already and life proclaim Him to the worldas take them unnoticed by others.
and resistance. When the colds occur Purge failed, when President scheduled: 10.
its living Lord and Saviour. Results
are amazing. There's
I no
the lining of the nose must be Roosevelt's favoritism for Left- U. S. correspondents
9 returningfrom
nausea or "bloated" It
: 4. A glorious result (v. 18). feeling.
shrunk so that the opening from the ,
Wingers Corcoran, Hopkins Jackson eighth Pan-American
conference "The child was cured from that produces no "gas" to embarrass you
sinus into the nose remains open. and Oliphant began bothering at Lima, Peru, have reported ( and offend others. "Acid indiges-
This shrinking is done with adre- I conservative New Dealers, forecasters censorship, intimidation and spying very hour. tion" disappears. You feel great.

nalin, epinephrine, or by ephedrinethe saw a coming split in the Dem- unlike that ever before seen at a Here is no partial solution, no Get a bottle of liquid "Phillips'"
( Chinese drug), or by a benze- ocratic party. Veering away from Pan-American assembly. "hope to help you" effort to meetman's for home use. And a box of Phillips'

drine inhaler. the White House were Vice Presi- O Army participation in the U. S. need. Jesus met the boy'sfull Milk of Magnesia Tablets to carry
Operation for this condition is not dent Garner, National Chairman navy's three-month Atlantic fleet need and at that very hour. Justso with you. But-be sure any bottleor

done as often now. Operation is I Farley and Secretary of State Hull, maneuvers has been cancelled because we may tell the sinner that he box you accept is clearly marked"Phillips"
the Saviour with Milk of
to the Magnesia.
performed only when the discharge any of whom might be a'conserva- of friction, army officials may come
full that his sin will be 1
1as turned to puss which continues tive 1940 presidential candidate. claiming the exercise offers little assurance PHILLIPS' MILK OF MAGNESIA '
put away and. that by faith he will -
:0 form. I With two cabinet vacancies to fill, value for its officers and men.
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Friday, January 'I j v
that,vitamin'A is especially valu-
13, is a hoodoo But for j i i.i C. Houston Goudiss Suggests the Part Played by DietIn able in combatting colds?"

.i some people. I4rb rsd ws Here is one answer to both ques-
Bob Rycrson, Chicago | Helping to Prevent the Common Cold tions: scientists have found evidence

lad, teas 13 on that vitamin A, which occurs -
Friday the 13th so he I By C. HOUSTON GOUDISS most abundantly in milk and

defied the jinx by in. j i compiled over a period of years indicate that other dairy products, and in
viting 13 friends to x' sks STATISTICS green, leafy and yellow vegeta-
months of January and February, the numberof
eat his "13" cake. $ : iF I Io bles, helps to keep' the epithelialcells
and other
colds infections
.. ... respiratory continually mounts. of the mucous membranes in
rf Usually a peak is reached in late February or early March.It good condition, so that the natural

\ is during,the next eight or ten weeks, therefore, that, in defenses are preserved.One .

<....flM'ii. the light of past experience, more adults will lose time from of our outstanding nutrition
authorities has' gone on record as
their work and more children
saying that in his opinion, at least
'; will be absent from school, as help to guard against deficiency four times the amount of vitaminA

a result of colds, than at any diseases. required for apparent health

s other period during the year. There should be adequate .protein may bring a good return in
to allow for the demands of health protection.It .
< 4.a o g x9P"'' nr The Tremendous Cost of ColdsIt 'growth and to. help repair worn- is important to remember,

r t has been estimated that colds out body tissue. There should beer however, that the best single
cost the United States more thana ough bulk or cellulose to help piece of advice that can be given
billion dollars : promote normal elimination. And
' avyia. regarding diet is to eat moderately -
year. That figure, there should be a' sufficient of well balanced meals.Don't .
.{.. 'i"ursdavL.Ga: ; ./ p{ rt x {vr estimate. 'It for water flushes the countless addition to partaking adequately
i":; Above : New York State channels of physical existence as
i'r r :0.nisi vy merely attempts to of the protective foods,
r" .tf/ aYk : 4'vr.f Trooper J. F. Keating uses 13 gauge the dollars it passes from the body throughthe those who are endeavoring to plana

.... on his motorbike plates and and cents lost in lungs and skin, as well as program of living that will helpto
1'" Conservation Commissioner wages; and in the through the kidneys and the large prevent the common cold should

. : Lithgow Osborne not only has money spent in an intestine. likewise guard against overeating.One .
; 13 on his auto plates but 13 for 9y effort to overcome Significance of Vitamin A should also do everything
his sailboat number and 13 on colds. It does not Nutrition authorities are frequently possible to avoid coming in direct
R tro N, 4r take into account asked "Is there
,
his door. Below Barbara any spe- contact with persons who have
office : .w I L'n 6 discomfortsthat cific food substance that may be colds.
Kent of the films, not at all superstitions I said be in
may be caused to particularly helpful Through a routine of correct eat-
'nevertheless deco- by this common complaint. Nor i preventing colds?" or "Is it true ing and sound habits of hygiene,

c I rates her hand-bag with a does it allow for the possible after- the homemaker can go a long way

, rabbit's foot. effects of a neglected cold. Make Quilted Pads toward helping her family to prevent -
colds. Remember that here,
Cause and Cure ObscureNo

:3> 1} ,,; .. i t\ F ar' scientists today are willingto For Dresser DrawerBy especially, an ounce of preventionis
rv F r
C state what causes colds or how worth perhaps more than a
r\f F By RUTH WYETH SPEARS.
tt. f a r they may be cured. Large num- pound of cure!
'a f4 a'
_/r _9 0-WNU-C.Houston Goudiss-1933-45.
bers of clinical and laboratory '
1 BASTE ,'
.n Breaking mirrors is sup- tests have been performed
r.! the world in effortto GLAZEO TIPS
throughout an
, posed to be bad luck, but these ( CHINTZ
discover why we catch cold. THIN MUSIIN
Toledo belles icouldn't be
two Numerous records have been COTTON SHEET
i worried about that as they tee WADDING GardenersSpecial
,
j r! made concerning colds in men,
p 1t
MACWINEOUIITFR
ter-totter on, of all things, a women and children, as scientific "i %

!!. pane of mirror glass! This is workers have patiently and per-' f ;
,.. a new hind of heat-tempered sistently tried to investigate the J { t iJ

i glass scientists call tuf flex, cause of colds. They have sought Gardens

which can withstand a much even one clue that might help us MANY hobbyists get pleasure
BIAS BINDING
greater strain than this. to outwit this common enemy! special gardens. Some
Various theories have been ad- have been successful with all-

vanced. Many have been discarded \. \ marigold, or allpetunia'gardens..
and others have been consid- ; Marigolds are available in a wide
ered sufficiently plausible to in- was when a clean news- variety of sizes and shapes and
vestigate ''further. There is one paper was put in the bottom of a provide a golden-brown garden
.U'J' point on which many authorities drawer every so often, and the scene of unusual richness.
C agree: that is a belief that a coldis date of the one removed pro- Petunias have a wide range of
(7(7s caused by a germ so small claimed how long it had been color, and more and more they
that it cannot be seen by the most since this housewifely task had are' being used for cut flowers as

powerful microscope.It been performed. Now, we make well as for garden color and beauty.
has been suggested by a number pads.to fit the drawers. We scent Some have grown gardens primarily
of competent observers that them with our favorite sachet and for fragrance. The best
whenever the weather becomes find infinite joy in their soft color- flowers for such a garden, accord-
damp and raw, and wherever ing to Harry A. Joy, flower expert -
(j.'J crowds of people gather together, ings.Machine quilting is 'just the are alyssum, carnation,
'. .
: the cold germ may find victims thing to give the pads the stiffnessand mignonette, nicotiana, sweet pea
/ among 'those whose resistance is body they require so that and sweet william.

.. low. they will lay flat in the bottom of For a garden of plants without
; Prevention Rather Than Cure the drawer and not wrinkle up. actual flowers but with showy foli-
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., Though we may not know pre- Glazed chintz in a plain soft blue age, interesting results have been
."' cisely what causes a cold, nor with darker blue bindings is used obtained with the following: J( -

'. "' ; how to cure it once we have been for the pads made to fit the chestof seph's coat, coleus, dusty miller,
drawers shown here. Thin snow on the mountain, annual
? :)< .. ,. p.,.=,y s ........ ... ,.. ''''''''''''''<' ''-<' ''.W':3'0R k' : ..?:M> ;;)., >< stricken build, up we bodily can and resistance should helpto so lin is used for the backing mus-and poinsettia, kochia and castor oil

., .' sheet for the bean.
., I", ,, f', .oJ that we 'develop strong reserves wadding padding.
Above sophistication and this When all three layers of material The following will fit well into a
< :. Left: Combining non-superstition, against the unknown cold germ
.
' :,.- .: Iced ding trio of bridegroom, rector and bride put finishing touches and any others lurking about. have been cut the right size, baste typical bachelor wildflower button garden rudbeckiacone : Annual
on a Friday the 13th wedding by lighting up, three on a match. Inasmuch as a program for them together. The first row of lupin, ,
columbine
e" : ,I:\:, Right: In the heart of New York's Times Square center of building up bodily resistance is basting is run diagonally across ( flower), peren-
,c, super- lone the center and then the rows are nial aster, heuchera (coral bells),
he ;?;(::'= sophistication. big city folks carefully avoid walking under ladders. health which and longevity encourages, it is greater a pro- spaced about six inches apart as and perennial upin.

',\ \ : which all forward-looking shown. Here also is a sketch of a
t gram
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$-a <$ 'I" ,., ..,..f" ;' homemakers should put into effect machine quilter in operation. It
ics, .-; for their families. is merely a foot with an indicator SHELTONmRVICB
iSS" .-i. attached. The end of the indicatorruns
Helping to Build Resistance
now .. along each previous row
; : < -' Such a program should include
cess : accurate
;r stitched making an
.
is Traditional Among
: food normal elimination
eed. proper gauge for the spacing of the quilt-
kof .j'';. adequate exercise and sufficientrest ing. After the pads are quilted, Smart New YorkersThe
[n of ,: and sleep so .as to avoid fa- bind the edges as shown. Shelton is more than a
tigue. Just as food plays an important NOTE: Mrs Spears' Book 2- hotel; It is a New York insti
;us l ; 4 part in helping to promote tution. Its rooms are famed
J% r's; :' s. Gifts Novelties and Embroidery, for their comfort; its two restaurants -
no ,. ry 4-ti ,6i: 4 growth, maintain health and in- thousands of
has helped womento for their superior
.It : .
the chances
for
crease longevity,
odds and ends of materialsand
, '\1. use food. Its big swimming poolis
iges : .." so does it have a stellar role in their spare time to make a favored meeting place of
t* I the battle to prevent: colds. things to sell and to use. Book 1- the younger set; its restful

ps" The Right Food a Strong WeaponThe SEWING, for the Home Decorator solarium,a famous quiet place"Shelton of repose -

[lips' well -balanced diet, as I is full of inspiration for every Corner; its Bar" is noted for its
:arry have previously stated, is one thatis homemaker. These books make fine liquors.

ottle irked built, first of all, upon a firm delightful gifts. Mrs. Spears will Aad All These Outttandloy.
foundation of the protective foods autograph them on request. Advantage at Surprisingly 1*
-milk, eggs fresh fruits and Crazy-patch quilt leaflet is included Reasonable Rate
ESIA 84 Over in London they defy superstition, too. These members of vegetables. These are the foods free with every order for both Hotel SHELTONLEXINGTON

: f.. r' the Thirteenth club haven't raised their umbrellas indoors as part that are richest in minerals and books. Books are 25 cents each. AVL-48tW9th Sts.
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M \./' of any air-raid precautions, but merely to show they don't give a fig vitamins-substances which helpto Address Mrs. Spears, 210 S. Des- NEW YORK CITYAa4

for Old Man Bad Luck. Just the same, watch your step on Friday regulate body processes and plaines St., Chicago, Ill.
f' the 13flt!

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FRIDAY, JANUARY 13, 1931
THE CLEWISTOX ,NEWS
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1 bags at lOc, passing 'UI1the \lime to time' in the columns i of I'a Clewiston meeting and.who is f'
oz. paper
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The Clewiston News The housewife In search of "bar- full 2 lb. carton at 12c. your paper certain news about the I now making this tennis tour. He
establishment of a ;Baptist church is at present in Japan. .
fool and is often to in- ,
gains" is easy to The safest and surest way
here became interested and took Visitors at the meeting'includ-
taken advantage of. Items offeredat full weight and full value is "
Published every Friday in Clewiston, should be sure advertised I great pride in the work off her ed A., W. Dodge of the U S. En-
,
CLEWISTON NEWS ridiculously low prices to purchase known and
the
Florida, by \ the peopleof Meredith who
fellow-Baptists among gineers and Z. G. .
Inc. looked on with more or less sus- brands that come factory, packed n
her adopted town. been prominent in promotionof
often do has
and
picion, for while dealers for their quality is standard
merchandise as The other day she very graciously interest in tennis in Clewiston.'
KEATIILCY: BOTVUCX, Editor offer high grade their weight exact.
"loss leaders", many so-called "bar- II But it is too long a story to attempt wrote us a letter to tell us 'Jibe ..
But- all this and to show she really : oi Uaiy
I'll'
price. tell
gains" are high at any in one column, so
Entered as second class mail mattwFebruary meant k we have her check for Follow daily where duty'leads
1, 1927. at the Post Office In ter, for example, under federal and I II' you more at a later date. But don'tever ,
Act ol contain ten ,dollars. '/ that at.life's. end thy work be ac-
Florida, under the not
Clewiston, standards should the idea that inspection
state get
March 3, 1891.SulllcriptIon. It has II Naturally we appreciate .deeply \ complished and thy conscience
I' over 16 per cent moisture., .service isn't necessary and worthwhile
what she has done but what we i clear.
i been found to contain as high as for it is, and CommissionerMayo
Rate 52.00 Per Year. 60 per cent moisture by state deserves great credit for thr wanted to write you about is that I
after this happy experience we love
Ilnte On Application. inspectors. way he has maintained it.
AtUertlslnp
Recently inspectors destroyed ,over your paper too' even more than I not onl4 SAFE,
before.
$4,000 worth of canned tomato t
Devoted to the advancement and County.welfare which examination by OPENFORUMTo All of which goes to prove that
of Clewiston and Hendry puree
chemists revealed was unfit to eat, the world still has some very

being residue, parings, and waste[ Edilor---- 1 wonderful people in it and the

I from a tomato factory. Cans have the the moral of this story is "it pays to

BUY SEASOX TICKETS been found to be under size, to I Clewiston News, advertise." v

have false bottoms and contents not Clewiston, Fla. Gee, I wish you'd get some more
The Christmas holidays broughtto standard in the required pro- Dear Editor: subscribers like that. '
an end Clewiston's first foot- up to wonderful thing, hap- I .I
rather
portion of liquids and solids. I A Very cordially yours,
ball season; which was a success Customers are often misled in pened to' us this past week and Marshall Mines,. Pastor,

from every standpoint. The school the purchase of grits, meal, sugar we thought you and your readers First Baptist Church.I' .

had a light and inexperienced team with I and other items purchased by the I might like to know about it. but PROFITABLECf'here

jet played the entire season in bulk: and repacked in It seems;; that way back in 192
grocer $7,500 HOME
only one loss and the backing communitygave in paper bags. Repacked goods .are a certain lady from Philadelphia I are several safe places for r
the team strong visit to Clewiston and was I
be short made a
attendance at games and in other most frequently found to with the possibil- check-up of figures given last your savings..in a safe depositbox
impressed
weight.In deeply week construction in Clew- in bonds invested
backing by the on new government: ,
That strong Later in the
ways. ities of the town.
retail store,
largely responsible one distributor's istori shows that S. L. Crochet was:: here, etc. The principal differenceis
community was she again
of 1938 came
successful season. 2 lb. cartons of sugar were prominently early part given credit for a $5,500 home that HERE your savings earn a
for the .
basketball season is displayed at a sale priceof and was even more impiessed.Now I when the figures should have been generous profit for you... because
Tonight the that this lady was s:
inaugurated: with both the girls 12c with a large stock of small I it seems and far sighted; $7,500. they work constantly and profitably,
near the fac- a very intelligent
and boys of Clewiston playing in paper bags displayed I went bad- ,amply_secured by many homes.
these bags individual so when she
cartons,
packed
Boca Grande., Win, lose or draw being tory offered for lOc. The catchin to her Philadelphia home she die C. B. Savage Speaks=

they'll be in there fighting every it was, the store had packed what all good visitors ought tc Clewiston Federal

minute in anticipation of your' en- these bags which only weighed do. She subscribed to the Clcwi&toi t (Continued from page 1) )

couragement and sympathetic in- 20 paper ounces, but the weight shownon News in order to keep up with l tennis enthusiasts who had thought Savings and LoanAssociation .

terest. the bag was marked a "2," very the affairs in the little town ShE: about staging such a tournamenton

Next week season tickets go on legible and the "0" so scrambled' had learned to love. the local courts. He also told

sale. Some long trips have to be with the "Z" that the customer' Now it happens that this lad]r I of the world tour of Charles Harris ,

made in the schedule outlined and would just take the repacked 20 is a Baptist and having seen fro m: who spoke a few months ago w.1 .
money is needed. Why not dig down

and buv. a season: : ticket now and -
for the season. At 1
save money
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least twenty home games will be '
played according to Coach Wake- '

field which will make each game I TIiC- ., ( 1'

cost you only five cents. And that'o --, ...

plenty cheap sports entertainment.Boost _r ," 1
these basketball squads as ': J
C'h'':
you did the football team and let's '

have a good season in this sport r n yw ,:, -, 'j,

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<;'nes", contending that DELIVERY .>:: ';
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One reason a PANEL ; :,
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of us get is jumping at conclusions.We 0'
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facts information. Another is ;
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that state officials have been lax TOE NATWS LlIim@f@T F ,F' L QUARTER-TON THREE- .,: .' :- ,;:, I
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in providing' such data, and so the 'I' STAKE ':
effective work they do is often '
"
veiled in' deep mystery, little un-

derstood and not appreciated.Last : Of TRUCKS ) 1

week I happ' ned to meet -- ULUt HEAVY DUTY

pill C. Taylor, chief of the inspection .it'1
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CANOPYEXPRESS
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bureau of the State Department ,
:"', Brings You Higher Qua,lity f : .
of Agriculture, that oper- -; -- /, I '" ,!
at.'s directly under Commissioner -

Nathan Mayo, and I learned a lot Trucks At Lower Prices r "v. : j ji

ol things I never knew before about "
''
the various inspection services HEAVY DUTY' ';", 1 I

maintained for your and my pro- truck volume natuo -- -C-- STAKEEXPRESS :
tection. FAMOUS VALVE-IN-HEAD e Chevrolet's unequaled i ,

TRUCK ENGINE rally enables Chevrolet to give you unequaled L 1 :4
Day in and day out a corps of j

trained, experienced inspectors keep e truck value. I

busy examining food stuffs, meats, a ao ', f' '\.:.
:
butter, eggs, canned goods, gaso.: POWERFUL HYDRAULIC a Chevrolet trucks for 1939 are offered ,at \

line, fertilizer, insecticides, citrus u j
TRUCK BRAKES trucks of suchoutstanding -j
the loicesl prices ever quoted on ,
fruit and a lot of other thing, HEAVY DUTY I
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and annually destroy millions nf I o quality.O HIGH RACK i

cans, packages and cartons of mer- -
chandise found to be below stand- MASSIVE NEW SUPREM- Chevrolet's' famous Yalve-m-nead.Tr lck J
.
\ LINE TRUCK STYLING, -, ,: ti
ard. adulterated, off grade Impurt- unmatched combina ; p
Engine brings you an
-
or otherwise; unfit for consump COUPE-TYPE CABS j
tion of reliability and economy. .
tion. VASTLY IMPROVED power, y ,t

Pumps, weighing machines and I
VISIBILITY
Chevrolet trucks are the only trucks in the
scales in factories, wholesale homes :- .J
and in retail establishments arc I s entire low-price field with all the modern Y. CABOVERENGINE MOREL- S t

constantly tested to insure full truck advantages listed her \
weight and measure, and ,when you l i FULL-FLOATING

stop to consider the number of REAR AXLE 'd j

plants, warehouses and stores to SEE YOUR LOCAL CHEVROLET DEALER
Available( on Heavy Duty
be checked, you can begin to appreciate New Chevrolet-Built
models only. k
what a gigantic task it is. CAB-OVER-ENGINE MODELS -

The food stuffs inspection divis-
Offering amazing new triple savirvgs.. ..the threefold i
ion is one of the most important NATION economies of extra big load space, new
FOR THE
services maintained by the state 'I THE THRIFT-CARRIERS, m lower prices and exceptionally low operating i .

and 'their constant vigilance safeguards costs. See your nearest Chevrolet dealer today!
I A GENERAL MOTORS VALUE
the health and pocketbooksof !I

millions who would otherwise

be at the mercy of unscrupulous I I' -

tradesmen. ': Clewiston lIotor Company
While most merchants are honest ,

and try to give fair value, there I .

are others who try to got by!I

with short and weight sometimes, misrepresentation downrightfraud.-' Clewiston ( I : Florida. O I






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JANUARY 13, 1939 THE CLEWISTON NEWS PAGE FIVE



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.1 Attending Thursday's meeting ::: .',

.:. were Mrs. H.t.Y.,: Briant Mrs. Olin .:' .I

,0' Y. VI Carleton, Mrs. W. B. Cate, Dirs.s''' Report of Condition of ::

|F. F. Durrence, Mrs. J. H. Doty, ''
SOCIETY j :
PERSONAL and il: Mrs. J. W. Ezelle Mrs J. J. Gra- i:: FIRST BANK OF CLEWISTON :_!:

if ham, Mrs. H. R. Hall Mrs. H. C. :: 't'o

. George Jones Bellamy Mrs. O., Mrs A. A.Jones H., King Mrs. 4::i: at' the close of business December 31 1 1 1938.' :=i:=
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.:-..:..:..:..:..:.1:N:N:N:-:N:..:N:N:N:N:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..::N.N.N N.:1 N N:,N N.N N N.N.N N,N, .N.OL-N N Mrs. R. H. Knight, Mrs. I. D. Ley4; '.'
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Adolph triggers spent Wednc-- Attending an all 'I dig, Mrs. J. G. Niblack, Mrs. 'W.I I4:: ASSETS

day in Miami. I of the Palm-Lake Association F. Simpson, Mrs. W. W. Perry, Mrs. :': Cash, balance with other banks and cash :;:

attend-I Woman's Missionary Societies I!iR.I N. Smith and Mrs. _F. C. Tay I':4 i: items in process of collection ................ :. $171,182.56'.

JMr. and Mrs. K. Bowden Thursday in Pahokee were lor. I It ::: United Slates Government, obligations, ::::

ed the air races in Miami Sunday.Mr. I a group from the local Baptist -- I I'i'_ direct and fully guaranteed, .................... '- 76,400.00: =:.
church, including Mrs. ,A. R. Broad- f I CIRCLE ONE W. M. S. MET I ::: State, county, and municipal obligations 20,856.22 ::
foot, Mrs. C. Nelson, Mrs. L. ; WITH MRS. DIXON TUESDAY .
and Mrs. G. A. Yon an111rs. 'i''.' Loans and discounts --.............._........... ....... 68,164.68 :s::
M. Kettl spent Sunday in Miami Miller, Mrs. I. R. Holland C'I J- .',

p r attending the air races. W. Wiheeless, Mrs. G. E. \\' Circle Number One of the Wo .;, Banking. fixtures house....,........owned... ,.....,......furniture...................and...... ',,' 4,732.63. ;+_::.
loff, Mrs. E. M. Cornette and Rev. man's Missionary Society met at :: .
:
i Other real estate owned ........'.................... 5,389.01 +
:Mrs. V. E. Bryant and Mrs. and Mrs. Marshall Mines. the home of Mrs. A. D. Dixon on :'i'
G.I :: Other assets., Prepaid Insurance ....... .oo..oo.. 590.07 :::
M. Phillips of Moore Haven Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Ira 4:0' ,

visitors here Wednesday. I MARIANNE JONES CELEBRATES I Holland, chairman, in charge. :;:o Y
TWELFTH BIRTHDAY SUNDAY .;,: TOTAL ASSETS ..,......................:..............................$347,315.17 :;:
Devotionals were led by Mrs. C. -- '.'
H. H. Furginson of Orlando wasa R. Krueger and the study of the :;:: LIABILITIES AND, CAPITAL 'i'

business visitor in Clewiston Sat Marianne Jones celebrated her Why and How of missions was :::: .
twelfth birthday Sunday by invit- Deposits of individuals, partnerships, and :!:
urday.
I ing a number of her friends to at- begun. //1: corporations: ':'
After the
Mrs. Charles H. Settle of Moore I tend the Dixie Crystal theatre with freshments were meeting served adjourned to sixteen re- :;:: (a) Demand deposits ...-................. .. $201,980.40 :;:

Haven spent Wednesday here visiting : her in the afternoon. After en- :: (b) Other time deposits .._.................* v 57.00 :::
members
\ including Mrs I. R.. Hol- ,;,
the latest : United States Government and ':'
joying quintuplet's pic- postal
Mrs. Olin Carleton. .
land, Mrs. A. \" Byrd, Mrs. Alex
J I ture, the group returned to the McGowan, Mrs. C.V.. Simmons, I :::: savings deposits ........'.............:.............._. 10,000.00 4.:::

Jones' home for delicious refresh- : State, county, and municipal deposits ....
Mrs. C. L. Downs returned Sun Mrs. Robert Russell, Mrs. Herman :i: 92383.33, :!:

I day from a business visit of several ments of birthday, cake and ic* Davis, Mrs. E. H. Walker, Mrs. ': Certified and officers' checks, letters of .:.
: credit and travelers' checks sold for v :::
days in Dalton, Ga. cream. i ,
F. A. Hanna, Mrs. W. H. Warren, ::
cash, and amounts due to Federal Re- .
;
I The guests invited were Barbara Mrs. R. Blount Mrs. .: _
J. H. L. Davis, '
I serve bank (transit account) ............ 418.88 X
Mrs. W. F. Simpson and Mrs. Broadfoot, Barbara Bruce, Gloria I Mrs. L. Young, Mrs. C. R. Krueger, !1 I ;Sand ; TOTAL DEPOSITS ......-....................:..304420.73_ :::
Olin Carleton visited friends ini I McDuffie, Nancy Wright, Anne Paf- Mrs. G. E. Wenzloff. }- Dividends declared but not yet payable.._..... 750.00 .:.
Moore Haven Sunday.L. ford, Parmelia Bourne and Mauryne I V .:.


Mercier and his son, E. 1\1er-1 Prewitt. -;JIlIIllllmllllllmlllllllmilllmillllllllmillilllmllllImllll!II I l! !( !! I I I!!I f!mlllllll! .!- I I I.I':"::, TOTAL ACCOUNT LIABILITIES................EXCLUDING........................CAPITAL........._............$305,589.61 :1':::
cier, of Tampa were business visit MRS. ROY ALSTON HOSTESSTO Q : Capital account: ':'

ors in Clewistou Friday.Mr. EVENING BRIDGE CLUB WITH THEm :', (a) Capital stock and capital notes :::
(
1 = and debentures ..........;.........x.....:.. ..$ 15,000.00 .:.
:: and Mrs. C. E. Mills and Mrs. Roy Alston was hostess to Churches mmilllll'lIIRIIlillll '= (b) Surplus ....................._.................... 20,000.00 ::'

sons, Gene and Bub, spent Sunday. the evening bridge club at her (c) Undivided profits .....................'.00 6,725.56 :::
with relatives. L d (d) Total capital account 41725.56 ;.
in Fort Myers home on Wednesday evening. Miss ;
I !! .'
Mae Palmer was' winner of high I III : I ,LU Sidi illml i u I I .'.

,', TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL _...............,315.17 .;.
and
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Perry I score, Mrs. R. C. Nowling low COMMUNITY: CHURCH .:'
sons, Billy and Johnnie spent the score' and Mrs. B. J. Schroeder cut. I ,',: On date of report the required legal reserve against deposits of ::
II Royal Palm Avenue 4; this bank was 60884. Assets reported above which were eligibleas ..
week-end in Bradenton visiting Prizes were various articles of '
relatives. household linen.Delightful Forest C. Taylor; Minister ::: legal reserve amounted to $181,000. :::
i Deferred obligations not included among above liabilitieswhich; ':.
Morning worship and sermon at ::
refreshments were are subordinated to claims of depositors and other creditors ;'i'
Mrs. Gwendolyn Etherton of I served by Mrs. Alston followingthe eleven o'clock. '_' $ none. :4.:

Moore Haven has accepted a position games to Miss Palmer, Mrs. Sunday school every Sundaymorning I :::, Undeclared dividends on preferred stock and unpaid interest on .:'

.' in the offices 'of the United Nowling, Mrs. Schroeder, Mrs. T. at nine forty-five. :i:: capital notes and debentures, accrued prior to end of last dividend :i:
States Sugar Corporation.Mr. I Christian Endeavor meeting Sun- I ;o or interest period $ none. 4.
B. Shelley, Mrs. R. C. Wilson, Mrs. ::
day evening at six. .:, Thus bank's capital is represented by' $ none capital notes ':'
H. H. Turner Mrs. C. E. Nail and
,
: and debentures sold to Reconstruction Finance and :X
and Mrs. R. C. Nowling and Junior Endeavor meeting Tues 'I' Corporation
I Mrs. W. H. Lanier. o $ none sold to public; None shares of first preferred stock, par .:.
Mr. and Mrs. John Elmore attend- day afternoon at three-thirty. :::
value $ none per share retirable at $ none per share; None shares 'i'
.I, ALTAR SOCIETY MET On January 22nd the pulpit of ;': of second preferred stock, par $ none per share, retirable at :3.::

THURSDAY AFTERNOON the Community Church will be I':4 $ none per share; and 150 shares common stock, par value $100.- 'i'
I occupied by Rev. J. O. Jameson, 5 i: 00 per share. :::

: t Mrs. F. R. Maxwell of Miami I of the Belle Glade Community : 'I' .'.
The Altar Society met. Thursday I : MEMORANDA .;.
was a visitor in Clewiston Sunday. afternoon, for its monthly meetingat Methodist Church, through an exchange :i. \

; /' Her daughter, MrsGlen Etherton the home of Mrs. M. E. Von- agreement whereby Rev. j i':*.. Pledged assets (except real estate), rediscounts, and securities *:*

:fIJ returned with her for a visit. i Mach. Mrs. G. A.' Yon, president, Taylor will occupy the Belle Glade :)'. .loaned; .*.

; ,/ I was in charge, and routine business pulpit for the Sunday morning worship -I .;: (a) U. S. Government obligations, direct and fully *:*

\. Sumter Leitner, of ,Arcadia, as-I and study of the Society completed hour. I ::. guaranteed, pledged to secure, deposits and ,.*.

' '. \.j sistant state's attorney for the afternoon's I I.:. other liabilities ................_........._...........$66,500.00 *
program.
circuit, was a business visitor here FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH : Y
Mrs. H. A. Bes- i: '' ::
Attending
I
Monday.Mrs. were Marshall Mines, Pastor. ': TOTAL ... C.....$66,500.00 ;
tor, Mrs. G. A. Yon, Mrs. M. Kettl, |:: ; :
Secured and preferred liabilities: <
Mrs. J. F. Mrs. Z. G. Mer-
Tippey,
J. F. Tippey, Mrs. Z. G. "TtlO Church of, Friendly Distinc- :5': ,:(a) Deposits secured by pledged assets pursuant to :X::
'. Meredith and Fr. Lawrence r..I, edith and Mrs. VonMach. tion." 4!.. requirement of law ,.$66,500.00 ::'

Flynn were visitors Tuesday and Services every Sunday: :? y

Wednesday' in Miami. I MISSIONAY CIRCLE NO. 2 Sunday School: 9:45 a. m., B. .;:. TOTAL ..............:-.................................................166,500.00 :;:
MET WITH MRS. MINESA
E. Herring, Supt. :?. y

Mrs. B. A. Bourne returned home I Morning Worship 11:00. Ser- : : above-named bank do ::
meeting of the Baptist Missionary I, Elbert L. Stewart Cashier ofrthe :
last week-end from Miami where mon by the Pastor. I 4 solemnly swear that the above statement is true, and that .:,.
Circle No. 2 was held
she was a patient in the St. Francis I B. Y. P. U. 6:15 p. m., V. C. ;: it fully and correctly represents the true state of the several ':'
Tuesday afternoon ,at 3:00: with
Hospital for several days followinga Woodward, Director. :i: matters herein contained and set forth, to the best of my :,:
I Mrs. M. G. Mines, hostess and Mrs.E. belief. .i'
tonsillectomy. Evening Preaching 7:30 p. m. :: knowledge and
..., M. Cornette, circle chairman,
: ::
.
I Sermon by the Pastor. ELBERT L. STEWART, Cashier.v- i_
Cliff Savage of West Palm Beach presiding. .
Midweek Service every Wednesday :s: C. V. PARKINSON, :X:
was a business visitor in Clewiston Mrs. Cornette gave the devotional '
I at 7:30 p. m. I 14 JOHN S. COTTRELL I' 4.
Wednesday. Mr. Savage spoke to several verses of Scripture taken 1 I.::? C. L. DOWNS, Directors. x

the Kiwanis Club at the weekly from the New Testament. A Sermon topics for Sunday: 11:00a. : State of Florida, County of Hendry. ;:
I'i
meeting Wednesday evening.Mr. prayer was offered by Mrs. A. R.
m. "The Crucified Christ"; 7:30 :4: Sworn to and subscribed before me this 7th day of January, :!:
Broadfoot and Mrs. W. T. Wheeless
p. m. "Searching for God's Riches". :. 1939, and I hereby certify that I am not an officer or director of s'
1, and Mrs. Carl Schwauer ofFrederickstown I conducted the study of the first : this bank. :::
Penn., and Mr. and chapter of the new Why and How January is "Church Loyalty" Public. .;
I Month" and we are stressing church :4 (SEAL) E. J. Shelley, Notary ;
"Mrs. T. P. Turner of Avon Park of Missions : My commission expires January 17, 1942. ::
I ;
attendance. So
far this month 59 %
Harry Turner. and a check made on visits and of our members have attended I 1:3:

I services at our church. Let's work ; . .. ... ..... .. . .. .. .... .. .. .. .. .
I flower trays and other remembrances .NNINININ: :N:NN, : .1: : :1:N: :N:N:N:N:N,11111N:11 N:H:1 i IN: : :N: : :N:1: :NNI 1;N: :NNININ,1.N:NIN:HIt
I' for 100 % before the month is
A. W. Dodge was transferred toi j I to the sick.
the Clewiston sub-office of U. S. Present were: Mrs. Cornette, Mrs.E. out. The church cannot hope to

Engineers last week from Baton L. Hays, Miss Marjorie Hood, grow unless the members supportthe

Rouge, La. He expects his family Mrs. B. E. Herring Mrs. Broad- services each Sunday. Come on,

to join him here in a few weeks. foot, Mrs. Carawan: Nelson, Mrs.L. let's make a bang-up month of it 9ft about time totemindyou.

C. Miller, 111'13.'heeless and and show this community what sort s

Mrs. L. 11. Oliphant left Sun- I Mrs. :Mines. '- of church we really have. y0

day for her home in Marietta, Ga., The Everglades Ministerial Asso- ... oO
IMYGSTMEM'fy
after a two weeks' visit with her LADIES AID MET AT CHURCH ciation met at the First Baptist

V daughter, Mrs. R. C. Wilson and I THURSDAY AFTERNOON Church on Monday. The ,meetingwas }

-.J Mr. Wilson. The Wilsons accomp- presided over by the'pre:>>!- ,

anied her to West Palm Beach to The Ladies Aid Society, of the dent, Rev. E. Davis Conway of the rG,9 W sooo.TO

board the train. I Community Church ;:met at the (Continued on page eight) 1 .
HCf CflRQ
church Thursday afternoon for a
Mjrs. Frank M. Rodriguez and I[ business meeting. Mrs. I. D. Ley- I

Mrs. Lawrence Rodriguez returned dig led the devotionals and Mrs. J. M. COUSE I
to their homes here Sunday after C.
Forest Taylor made an interesting -
afford
YOU can't to procrastinat:*
:
:
a pleasant visit of a few weeks talk, explaining the work: of Counselor and Attorney at Law '

during the Christmas holidays to missionaries in India and Japan Hopkins Building much longer in starting: : to: save a

their old home in Gretna, Louisi which ''is supported partly by funds Wednesdays and Saturdays portion: of your income..and invest

ana. from the local group. Mrs. Taylor 9:30 to 4:00EFFECT1VEJANUARYI5J939

.\ j also read an interesting article, on cicc it: wisely... during your productiv.:

Bill Owen, Dick Patterson, Miss the women in the church.At p ti oN The slogan/"Save and Have"
A years.
Roberta Spicer, Miss. Florence Graham the business session many !

Miss Kathryn Graham, Miss .plans for the work of the society I I SPv\N ES may be old-fashioned, but: the: sensible -,

Beulah Guthrie, Miss Maxine Doty,were discussed, but action was de- 1 s"6\J; s people that: : follow it: are the
and Rev. and Mrs. F. C. Taylor I ferred until the board can determ- <
attended a meeting of the Ever- ine just what can be done. Amongthe 1- ; A tfo happy ones you meet.: We'll gladly

glades Young People's Union heid suggestions were purchase of \I ti"1." help you with our time-tried, safe ,
in Moore Haven Tuesday evening. .
; choir chairs for the church and the _
and profitable savings plans.
purchase of some kitchen equip- I
Rev. James P. Rodgers, pastorof ment for the church and the an-

the Noithwood Baptist Church nual oyster supper, which will beheld

ti inVest Palm Beach and moderatorof In the near future.A BETWEEN STATIONS

the new Palm-Lake Associationof nominating committee,. com- ON THE Lewiston Federal Savingsand .

Baptist churches, was a visitor posed of Mrs. E. C. Mills, chairman, .

r In Clewiston Wednesday, callingon Mrs. R. N. Smith, Mrs. O. A. Jones

Rev. Mines of" the' local Baptist' and Mrs. F. C. Taylor was appointed CONSULT TICKET AGENTS Loan AssociationFflIDiY

C churcAi.r ; to report at the February. meet- \ : :.. .

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CHAPTER VIIContinued11 '_. "Sure. Friday. You're taking a assume-correct me if I'm wrong- air, rushed across to the mantel, tct.Rl1. "
little trip in the hydro with the that you're over four feet." snatched an antique vase from it CA"

"Then do you remember about Boss." More and thicker silence. and dashed it to fragments againstthe

wish-fulfillment?" asked Marne. "Where to?" "Therefore you couldn't very well wall. "There!" said he with an

it "You'll find that out when you get drown here unless you grabbed a air of satisfaction worthily This is snow!
call a
"Yup. They used to
there." piece of seaweed in your teeth and achieved. .
plain lie when I was a kid, and sock ,WNU Service.
"Who else is going?" hung on like a wounded duck." Moby Dickstein gazed longingly at
you on the ear for it. Now you can
get away with any kind of bunk "The pilot." "Hey, you two," .called the cam- the angle of his employer's jaw, and

and they say, ''Oh, that's O. K. Just "I'm afraid I'm going to be busy eraman. "When you get through doubled a wishful fist behind him.
wish-fulfillment.' Pretty soft!" next week-end." improving on the text, lemme know, But three hundred a week is three

"What d'you mean, you're goin'to will you? Film costs money." hundred a week, and he had long I
"But don't Gloria? That
see,
stuff that's at you the back of your be busy? Get onto yourself, kiddo. "Be patient, my boy." Kelsey been promised a raise. So he said

I'm talkin' for the Boss, himself." waved a placating hand. "It's justa 'merely,
mind is real self the you
way
your
matter of rectifying slight mis- "All right, Bwana." .A
want to be. It'll all come out if it "It's still no-thank-you, answered a
gets a chance. Templeton Sayles Marne with perfect good humor. understanding." He addressed "All right is right." A. Leon be-, )
Marne again. "Apologies are received came calm, portentously calm. "I
would like to be the Great Lover. Moby couldn't understand it. Or \
on Tuesdays and Fridays but ought to have known better than PERSONALREDUCE
As he hasn't got the equipment, rather, he suspected that she didn't to
He understand. if you wish to arrange a special let a bum like you handle this. I'll
he's just the Great Show-off. up to 7 pounds weekly. Sale,
imagines himself getting a medal "You don't know what a swell appointment- attend to it myself. sure inexpensive. Chart information free.
for life-saving heroism, but when guy A. Leon is if he likes you," he Only by a movement of swift "Certainly, Bwana." Write Dr. WENDT, CANTON S. DAK.

the show-down comes, what does urged. "You got the 'game right in adroitness did he save the craft Moby was no longer fired. This

the hero do? Sits on the shore and your hands." from capsizing, so sharply did his also had happened before. more Instinct IntelligenceInstinct

lets me'drown." "But I don't play that game, Mo- companion whirl on her seat. than once. ("And I hope she'chews ,

"Say, wait a minute," objected by." "I" said you were a coward, didn'tI a hole in your neck," he breathedto perfected, is a facultyof

Gloria. "According to your pro- "But this is different," he argued ? himself.) He set about gatheringup using and even constructing or-

spectus, if he wishes he was a hero, with a pathetic resolution to make "Such was my "understanding. the fragments of porcelain. This, ganized instruments' ; intelligence
"I withdraw it.
then he really is ,one, inside." her see the light. "You're practically too, was'not without precedent. The perfected, is the faculty making 1
"Say no more, he began with an
and
instru-
Great Man became using unorganized
engaged to him. now superiorand
"Well, he isn't," snapped Marne. air of great magnanimity. ments.-Henri Bergson.
patronizing."If .
"He's a coward." "It's news to me. "I've got plenty more to say. You

"Coward, huh? Well, I'd like to "If you ain't, you're goin' to be. want me to apologize; to say I'm you want a thing done right,

get his angle on that." Practically," he repeated. "I hap- sorry. Is that it?" do it yourself. This was too delikit How Women
pen to know." a job' for you, my boy. With
tell
"Do. 'But you. needn't me. "That, answered Kelsey with a
Not interested." "That's a thrill," she admitted carefully cultivated smugness which these high-toned ones you got to in Their"40's
politely. "Even so, it's regarded as watch your step every minute. What
would have roused
"All right; I will. I mean, I won't.I a tadpole to fury, "
did she
unconventional to weekendingwith say, exactly?
I will ask him but I won't go "rests between you and your con-
mean,
Dixif "She sort of let Can Attract MenHere's
she
your fiance. Ask Dorothy science. And the best man on wasn't that
it. may
tell unless for
you come "
you don't kind of Mebbe "
you believe me. win he concluded gal. she ain't, add-
She did. She got Kelsey aside.UWhat's "I just don't get he lamented. piously. ed the factotum with cynical air. good advice for woman during her i
you, .
"All I'll I'm change (usually from 38 to 52), who fears
the big idea, young fella- "You're turnin' down the trip? right. say sorry, "And mebbe she is. That's where she'll lose her appeal to men, who worries
me-lad?" Is that the level?" stated the girl with an effect of repressed about hot flashes loss of pep, dizzy spells,
on how
to make
knowing your play and
mania. "I'm I ever upset nerves moody spells.
"About what?" "I'm afraid it is, Moby.' sorry comes in." Get more fresh air, 8 hrs. sleep and if you
"Marne. have to set eyes on you. I'm sorryto need a good general system tonic take LydiaE.
her
Letting pretty near
Moby Dickstein's chin declined breathe the same air that you do. "Well, I guess you can find out if Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, made
drown. Why not the gallant rescue upon his breast. It was ''plain that I'm anybody can, Bwana," purred Mo- especially for women. It helps Nature build
ashamed to live in the same up physical resistance,thus helps give more
act? Melancholy had marked him for her world with If want to by. (And that ought to be worth vivacity to enjoy life and assist calming
you
The subject of the inquiry settledhis own. "What am I goin' to tell the you. something toward the expected jittery nerves and disturbing symptoms that
know what I think of you and always often accompany change of life. WELL
perfectly fitting white coat Big Fella? he mourned. have thought and always will ,raise, he figured.) WORTH TKYING!

across his shoulders, smoothed out "Don't tell him anything. Let him think, I'll tell you. There's only one "And that's where the solitaire

an imaginary wrinkle or two, and find out." word for it. Templeton Sayles, comes in. What did she say about The Polished Man

pivoted slowly before the intent eyes "Maybe that's the best way," he you're a louse." the solitaire?" Education begins the gentle-,

of his questioner. sighed. "Anyhow, it'll hold our jobsa "Hi!" It was Moby Dickstein's "I didn't get that far," confessedthe man; but reading, good company]

"What do you think of me?" little longer. And every day is voice, lifted in pained protest from other. '"Besides, I said to my- and reflection must finish him.-

"You're all right." money in this business. Well, let's I the contiguous shore. "Is this a pic- self, 'Bwana's the boy to put that Locke. rI

"Like this suit?" get down to cases. Are you set for ture or a conference?" over.'," I

"Very the canoe race tomorrow after- "It isn't shouted back "Sure! Sure!" Nevertheless the
snappy. a picture,
"Now Gloria, I want you to listen noon? the infuriated Marne. "Not any magnate did not seem wholly at ,Beware Coughs )
"What's'that? ease in his mind. "You don't think
This is
Intently. important. more. I'm through. Take me in or
"I'm listening." "We're goin' to shoot that se I'll walk in," she finished savagely there's anyone else, do' you? Not from common colds
quence. You and Sayles, paddling this Sayles, Esq.1""Saaaaay
"Never, whatever you do, go into addressing her shipmate.
water with a white serge suit on. It ,double. Followed by the irate cameramanand The job I've had That Hang OnNo
"You'd better tie a lifepreserveraround tryin' to get her even to rehearse ,
simply will not its set. He Dickstein tear-
recover paced by Moby matter how medicines.
him Marne. "He many
snapped
stopped and looked at her ing his hair back to with him these last few days! He'sjust
solemnly. might fall overboard and catch Kelsey paddled you have tried for your common
"Hm-m-m-m. That's the little dock. His only contribu- onion-juice to her. And is hea cough, chest cold, or bronchial irritation -
story
,
your his death of cold.
lousy actor. ayrymusU"That's you may get relief now with
tion to the amenities of the occa-,
is it? "
"Don't get sore, baby, grinned Creomulsion. Serious trouble may
"
sion was when he politely undertookto up to you as director,
"That's my story. Moby.If be brewing and,you cannot affordto
help her out. (Offer rejected.) returned his chief impatiently. "We take a chance,with any remedyless
"Well, you aren't going to" tell any Marne refrained from any open he waved her got to keep him on for the adver- potent than Creomulsion,which,
Undismayed: a gal-
more than you want; I can see exhibition of soreness, when the tising value. -That'll' be all for now. goes right to the seat of the trouble
that. But Marne thinks you're yel time came for the test, she was at lant adieu. "Your apology, he in- Tell Miss Van and aids nature to soothe and heal f'
low." least painfully dignified upon meet- formed her, "is accepted in the spirit Stratten that I will the inflamed mucous membranesand
see her in my private office in half ,
to loosen and
expel
in which it offered. germ-
her hero the No was
at landing
ing
Kelsey grinned. "I thought it was I an hour." 'laden phlegm.

another color that she played me blush of shame mantled his ingenuous Marne fled to her room and did Trim, calm and slim, the girl an- Even if other remedies have failed,

for. Maybe she thinks I owe her an bro w. He was, in fact, disgustingly something that she had not done swered the summons, some don't be discouraged, try Creomul-
twenty-
explanation. If" so, I'll try. to get jaunty. since childhood. She wept with rage. five minutes late, to,the ill-controlled sion.refund Your your druggist money is if authorized you are not to

one up for her. Convoyed by a camerabearingboat ,irritation of Mr. Snydacker. But, thoroughly satisfied with the bene-

"I'd like to be there when you they set out. Marne was bow- CHAPTER Vin in spite of himself, he was im fits obtained. Crecmulsion is one
spring it." paddle. This enabled her to pre- pressed. There about his word,ask for it plainly, see that the
: was star
sent the back of an uncompromising name on the bottle is Creomulsion,
"Right. We'll try to give you no- neck to her shipmate. He en- "Whut-whut-whut whut whut!" an unconscious assumption of privi- and you'll get the genuine productand

tice." dured it with silent composure until rapid-fired A. Leon Snydacker into lege which set him at a disadvan- the relief you want. (Adv.

"A. Leon's due back tomorrow," they came opposite the fateful the concerned face of his First As- tage. This he accepted as'the markof

she informed him, with a sidelong bluff. There he dug his blade deep sistant. The genius of ''Purity Pic- Class. He addressed her with an Present Ills

glance. and checked their progress. tures, Inc. had returned from an- air of benignity. Present sufferings seem fart
be about it he other highly unsuccessful attempt to "Well, darr-ling! This life certainly ,
"How delightful for one and all! "This ought to greater to men than those they;
reckoned. impress Hollywood, with a heartfulof agrees with you.
like
"Hmpph! Chatty a clam, merely: dread.-Livy.
aren't you! Well, don't( take any "Hey!" protested the camera- amorous hopes only to have them "I like it.

risks with your precious life before man. "The script don't call for a dashed by Moby's report of no prog- "Didn't I tell you you would, darr-

I see you.again." stop here." ress. ling? Er-uh-Moby Dickstein tells Always For lie RelicfDiscomfort o2

"Nothing doing, Bwana. I used me you're dated up this week-end." doe .
As far as A. Leon Snydacker him- "I'm interpolating a touch of dialogue -
self was, concerned, his return was ," explained Kelsey. tact, but "she isn't, having any. Shewon't "That's it.just" Moby's tactful'way of Dependable to COLDS and

less delightful than he had antici- go. putting SORE THROAT
"Not with if don't mind
me
you (TO BE CONTINUED
pated. His darr-ling proved unac- said Marne. ,"Won't go? Won't go? Whatd'youmean )

countably elusive. Every project she wont: go? Whadda you 8 e
"Just a moment. This is the spot
that he devised for getting her apart know about women?" Certain Qualities Are C
where you lost your balance, as I }
from the rest was baffled with such figure it." "Now, Bwana" Associated With NamesWe

tact and amiability that he could "What of it?" "Don't you Bwana me. You're a have a wonderful way of as- 'WNU-7 2-39
j not figure out just how it was ac bum." sociating certain I qualities with cer- '

complished. He decided to delay "And your temper. "If you'd just listen-" tain names. The name becomes Fool Lures FoolA

the playing of his trump card until Hers was an expressive silence, "You're fired." fraught, not as the rose is fragrant, fool always finds a greater
after his four-day air-trip to Holly- full of disdain. but the is
as clay
"All right Bwana." Moby Dick fragrant that has I fool E to admirehim.-Boileau.
wood. "This teaches us, my little pupils, long lain with the rose. Two great
He had
stein accepted it meekly.
"When I come back," he confidedto that we should never stand up in a newspapers took a vote as to the
been through it before. More than
Moby Dickstein, "it'll be with canoe. most popular name for a boy and
five carats of diamond. Emeralds?" '"It wasn't funny the first time once. the most popular name for a girl.

he pursued reflectively. "Emeraldsis you said it, either," she remarked. "Your middle name's Diplomacy And in the result the names of John ,

,just a pass, but a solitaire means "But ,if you must stand up, thisis !" snorted the Big Boss with sear- and Mary hopelessly outdistanced
business." ing scorn. "What did you say to all Them Cleanse the Bloodof
the location to select. competitors. But why? There is Help
"That's the talk Bwana." her? in the Harmful Body Waste
"I suppose that means something, nothing name of John or in
"You try her out on the week-end but I can't imagine what." "I tried her out- about, the weekend that of Mary to account for such Your kidneys are constantly filtering:
waste matter from the blood stream.But
proposition. If she still balks it'll be "Stick your paddle straight trip. general attachment. Some names, kidneys sometimes lag in their workdonot
time to play the diamond." down." "Well? Wha'd she say?" like Lily, or Rose, or Violet, sug- act as Nature intended-fail to remove -
f impurities that, if retained may
"All' right, Bwana. My middle "What ,,for?" "I hate to tell you, Bwana, but gest beautiful images, and are lovedon poison the system and upset the whole
name's Behind the interested." that account. How, then, are we body machinery. ,
diplomacy. "To learn something to your ad- she didn't seem Symptoms may bo nagging bactndy,
magnate's retiring back he made awry \ vantage." "Not interested, huh? Not inter- to account for it? Long, long ago, on persistent headache,attacks of dizziness, .
face. Acting as go-between for a greeD' hill far away, there stood by getting up nights, swelling, puffin ,,
"I'm sure it wouldn't interestme ested. In a chance like that. What'sthe under the eyes-a feeling of nervo*
A. Leon's love affairs was one phaseof matter of her? Who's she think the cross of Jesus His mother, and ,anxiety and loss of pep and strength.
stated the
haughty Marne. Buta Other of bladder disorder -
signs kidney or
his job that soured a stomach the disciple whom Jesus loved. And
on
Who's she think I Who be onto
most disconcerting suspicion was she is? am? may burning scanty
long trained not to be oversqueamish. when Mary left that awful and tragic ; frequent' urination. {
formulating itself in her mind. d'you think you are? scene, she left it, as Jesus Him There should be no doubt that promPt

Two days after the great man's "All right. If you won't, I will." To his burst of indignant rhetoric self desired that she should leave it, treatment Pills.is Doan't wiser than have been neglect.winningnew UsSDoan's

departure his lieutenant approached He drove his paddle downward. It Moby responded only with a feeble, leaning on the arm of John. And friends for more than forty years.

Marne with an air of bonhomie. hit bottom with a jar. Two feet of "Steady on, Bwana." because these two were first in the Are They recommended have a nation-wide by grateful reputation.people tho

"Hay-o, kid. You're gettin' a cou- handle were still protruding from "Yeah! Steady on. I'm payingyou human love of Jesus, their names country over. Ask your neighoonllannfl't.

ple days' vacation, I hear." the water. "How tall, are you?" three hundred a week ,to tell have occupied a place of special

"Am I? That's nice. I hadn't No answer. me to steady on. I'll show her." fondness in the hearts of all men EI71M1.

known of it." "Very well. I think it's fair to A. Leon waved wild arms in the ever sine


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J Visiting the base hospital at
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Pershing came upon a fine-looking .
soldier sitting up in bed, and
asked him where he was wounded, Doctor's Orders
meaning to inquire as to the nature "I'm all out of sorts. The doc-

of his wounds. He replied: r It Comes To Every Man! DTHtY tor said the only way to cure my,
I remember sir rheumatism
"Do you just was to keep away
p- where the road skirts a small' from all dampness."

grove and turns to the left across "What's so tough about that?"

C t a wheatfield and then leads up l I I ASKED FOR HERCV- == "You don't know how silly-it
c,' over a hill? Well, there, sir." makes me feel to sit in an empty
AND WHAT DID) VOL GIVE -=-==
"He was clearly describing the bathtub and go over myself witha
advance south of Soissons," said JOE : i THEM -- vacuum cleaner."

.. General Pershing. "Of course, I _
was not there at the time but it Depends on That
',(' touched me that he should feel "Is it true that it is bad luck to

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I of agricultural labor; domestic!i at the same time, complaining about. offer every item of travel comfort, services Sunday. The next mid-week
ENGINEERS PROMISECONSIDERATION !service in private homes; service his inability to breathe.We plus adjustable reclining chairs ervice on January 25th will have ,
.
I i performed as an officer or member I believe the problems of our which enable complete relaxation he topic "The Second Coming of 1
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of the crew of a vessel on the nav- 'neighbors in Florida arc deservingof I asleep or awake. Christ". This will be the last ina
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OF igable waters of the United States; much more sympathetic, honest, 1 I So popular have these new super series of studies ,on Revelation. ;

family employment; ,governmental fair, and equitable treatment than i de luxe coaches become, it is said, Special To All Women

HIGH WATER TABLEMoore I service; employees of non-profit or- has, heretofore, been accorded : that The Vacationer, a solid trainof Miss Theo Thomas, a state worker
ganizations operated exclusively for them. such coaches between New York from the offices of our Woman'sMissionary

religious, charitable, or other pur- Turning now to our immediate and Florida which began service ov- Union will speak in

( Haven Democrat) poses; and who have lost their problem, in.t which we are directly er the Atlantic Coast Line Decem- the Baptist church here in Clewis-

The committee which appeared jobs through no fault of their own, interested. ber 15, has been very heavily patronized ton on Sunday afternoon at three

before the district United States are eligible for benefits," said Mr. Let me preface my remarks] on thus far this season. o'clock. This is a rare opportunity -

Engineer, Col. L. H. Watkins in Morrison, "provided of course that this subject with the statementthat With all main line trains now for us to hear this splendid

Jacksonville last Friday morningin they have earned the necessary we are most sympathetic with I carrying fully air-conditioned and young lady who has just graduatedfrom

regard to raising the water tablein wages during the year 1938. These the problems facing our govern air-cooled coaches, and with super our Woman's Missionary

the Caloosahatchee brought back: unemployed workers who are out I ment in its relations with Cuba, de luxe coaches available on fast Training School in Louisville, Ky.,

with them encouragement to the of work and who have the past but, at the same time, we take the trains between principal points, it and who is now making a tour of

landowners along the upper river year been working for' an employer realistic attitude that tne social is claimed that provision for the the state as a WM. U. worker.

valley that this would, in all probability employing eight or more peopleare : and economic problems of Cuba comfort and conveniences of all All the members of the Missionary

be taken care of. advised to call at the local of- cannot be solved, so long as thE classes of travelers now is at the Society are urged to make a special

The committee, composed of Rep- fice at 439 Datura Street, West i benefits and advantages of our lHeI highest point, and the cost of travel effort to ;attend this meeting J

resentative J. H. Peeples, James' Palm Beach or to meet the itiner- I iferentials to Cuba are retained by the lowest, In the history of raIl- Sunday afternoon at the church.

M. Couse and I.. E. Scott, explained ant interviewer at the following j a favored few. roading in the South. The public is invited of course.

to Col. Watkins the situation points on the following days who j Funk and Wagnall's New Stand-

existing at the present time since will give him complete information;and Dictionary of the English Lang- With The ChurchesContinued
the elimination of the Citrus Center regarding unemployment] insurance uage defines reciprocity in the fol- -

locks and the construction of the and whether or not, he is entitledto I lowing words: "equality between .
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Orlona locks in the new Caloosa- benefits; the citizens of two countries with ( From Page 5) F READ THE AD$

hatchee project. Mr.' Couse actedas I Monday, Delray Beach, 1 P. M., i respect to the commercial privil- Moore Haven Methodist Church Along With the News

spokesman and outlined the effect I at City Hall; Tuesday, Pahokee, eges to be enjoyed by each within Devotionals were conducted by Rev : ._ _

on water tables in the upper 10:15: A.1at Town Hall; Wed- the domain of the other." Please J. 0. Jameson of the Belle Glade

river since the spillway at nesday,. Belle Glade, 10:15 A. M. keep the word "equality" in mind :\ E. Church. Short talks 'were II II1. .

was built at a fixed ortona.J at Town Hall; Thursday, Clewis- while comparing $147,000,000 trade made by Rev. Wilsey, a retired. LEGAL NOTICES ,

11.5 feet above sea level. They i I ton, 10:45 at City Hall; Friday, advantage to Cuba during the first Methodist minister from Wisconsin

spillway, according to the engineers :Moore Haven, 9 A. M. at County 2 years' operation of the present and by Rev. Brown, pastor of the

was based on a twelve year aver Court House and Friday at 12 noon treaty with $14,000,000 advantagesto Church of God in Clewiston. Following -
NOTICn OF ANNUM MEETING OF
age water level in Three Mile Can Canal Point at Thomas Building. Cuba during the 12 months pre- the meeting there was a LANDOWNERS OF CLCWISTOX

al and that the 11.5 figure was "The local office is fully staffed ceding the effective date of the delightful luncheon held at the DRAINAGE DISTRICT.

only slightly below this average.Mr. with competent people," Mr. Mor treaty. This great disparity is ample Inn. Those present included Rev. Notice Is hereby given that pur-
suant to call of the Board of Sup-
Couse pointed out that an aver'I rison stated, "and includes interviewers proof that the benefits of recipro- Conway of Moore Haven, Rev. ervisors of Clewiston Drainage Dis-

age water table was not fair be- clerks, stenographers, etc., city did not filter down to the Jameson, Rev. Wm.s Centell and trict, the annual meeting of tie land-
of Clewiston Drainage Dis-
cause when the water was highit who will render prompt and effici- masses in Cuba. If the benefits and Rev. Lindeman, all of Belle Glade, owners trict for tht year 1939 will be held
soaked adjacent lands to an extent ent service to those entitled to advantages of our preferentials to Rev. Wilsey of Wisconsin, Rev. at the offices of said District, in

that they: did not suffer for benefits. The Florida State Employ- Cuba extended to the workers of Taylor of the Community Church, Hendry the City County Hall Building Florida at on Clewistcn Tuesday,, t

sometime after the water table ment Service began operations Jan- that country, real progress will be Rev. Brown of the Church of God January 31, 1039 at eleven o'clockA.

dropped. As it stands at presentthe uary 2 and consists of twenty-five made in solving both the social and Rev. Mines, the host pastor. !he.. :M.purpose, Eastern of Standard Time, for

water can only reach a certain offices placed at strategic points and economic problems of the Is- Thursday ,a group of women from 1. Electing a Supervisor;
'
height and that height, during dryseasons land. 2. Receiving Annual Reports and
throughout the State. The local the Woman's Missionary Society taking action with respect thereto
such-as the one now being office for this area is.located in The existing treaty between tha motored to Pahokee for an all day as the landowners may determine -

experienced, is well below the point West Palm Beach at 439 Datura I United States and Cuba, by inference meeting of the new Palm-Lake As- 3.. Transacting; and such other businessas

where capillary attraction can bring Street. I if not by fact, incorporates sociation of the W. M. S. Those attending may come before the meeting.
moisture anywhere near the sur- into such treaty, as an integral BOARD OF SUPERVISORSOF
were Mrs. A. R. Broadfoot, CLEWISTON DRAIN-
face of the mucklands. In addition I part thereof, the laws of the Unit-
Text Of Sitting's l11rs.C.. Nelson, Mrs. L. C. Miller, AGE DISTRICT.
cattle range lands are so dry that ed States limiting continental pro"Mrs. x By: F. Deane Duff,
I. R. Holland, Mrs. W. T. President.
grass is dying and water is gettingscarce duction of sugar to less than 30 % y
Wheeless, Mrs. G. E. Wenzloff, Dated: January 11, 1939.
for the range cattle. (Continued from page one) of consumptive requirements. It is Mrs. E. M. Cornette and Rev. and (Jan. 13, 20. 1939.)

Col. Watkins was most sympathetic Hastings, in St. Johns county, and claimed, without fear of successful Mrs. Marshall Mines.
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toward the plight of local .the Everglades. contradiction, that the people of Rev.
James P., Rodgers, pastorof NOTICE OF ANNUAL ;\IEf<:TIXG 05'IANi)0WNiRS
farmers and landowners and Fourth, Winter Fruits and Vegetables the United States' have
4 I I never yet, the Northwood Baptist Church c OI' SUGAIlLiAM
ised that an Investigation prom-I' .: Many of our neighbors, in ] and never will, agree to limitationsand I in West Palm Beach and moderator DRAINAGE DISTRICT.

made at once to determine South Florida, depend for their I restrictions on the productionof of the New Palm-Lake Asso- Notice Is hereby given that, pursu-
feasibility of raising the elevationof livelihood on the production of a non-surplus crop for the bene-I ciation of ant to call of the Board of Supervisors -
Baptist Churches was ,
District
of Drainage
the spillway at Ortona daring fruits and vegetables, which, of fit of foreign countries. Sugarland
a visitor_ in Clewiston on Wednesday the annual meeting of the landownersof
dry periods., necessity, must be sent to marketat Subject to the elimination of limitations I Sugarland Drainage District for
where he
called on the Rev.
the
the year 1939 will be held at
the- very: time of year when Cuba ,, and restrictions on the ]production Mines. office of said District, in the City
is granted the greatest preferential: i Hall Building, at Clewiston, Hendry
Information Given On I I of the necessities of life by Florida Baptist Convention County, Florida, on Tuesday, January
on these items. These same_ farm- ;(the America npeople] and further I The annual meeting. of the Florida :31, 1939. II t ten o'clock A. It!. Eastern
ers are, by the very terms, conditions Standard Time, for the purposes of: '
Jobless subject to firm
InsuranceClaimants a and enforceable '" .
and interpretations of the /I' I Baptist Convention will be held 1. Electing one supervisor for a ....<"(
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agreement providing that all the in the First Baptist Church of West term of three years. --I
Sugar Act of 1937, prohibited and i benefits of 2. ceivincr annual reports and tak- )
reciprocity, including I Palm Beach from January 17
I ng such action with respect thereto
for "jobless insurance'1 prevented from growing a non-sur- those already granted' plus those 'through 20. This marks the dedi- as the landowners determine; and
were advised today to register at plus crop-.Sugar. The sublime, ir-j i contemplated, are extended to, and cation of the new building of the 3. Tiarisacting such other businessas

the nearest State Employment 'Of ony of the situation 'is-both such I received by rthe, workers: of' Cuba, First Baptist Church there and may come BOARD before Of the SUPERVISORS meeting.

fice or to contact an itinerant in- burdens on these farmers are for we do not oppose the contemplated] promises to be a gala affair. OF SUGAKL'VND DRAIN-

terviewer by Frederick B. Morrison, the benefit of the same foreign reduction in customs-duty on Cuban Several thousand Baptists will AGE DISTRICT.By .
country. : F. Deane Duff,
manager of the Florida State Employment '
sugar. attend
and there will be speakers President.
Service for this area. The South has recently been from of Dated: January 11, 1939.
every part the world. Dr.
"Under the Florida Unemployment branded as the nation's No. 1 .' (D.-N. Jan. 13, 20, 1939.) -
eco- John
A. C. L. To- ( R. Sampey, president of the
Compensation! Law'enacted nomic problem. How can any area 'Southern Baptist Theological Sem-
by the Florida legislature in 1937 or section be other than an eco- in IIKNDRY
I inary Louisville, Ky., will be I.V Till CIRCUIT COURT
'and. under the terms of the Social I nomic problem when it is prohibited (Continued From Page One) the main speaker at the dedication COUNTY FJOKIUA.NOTICK .'

Security Act, unemployed workers I restricted, and prevented, from /equipment today makes coach travel I. on Sunday, the 15th, 'and will speak Notice %is hereby given that the
who have worked for employers I using its own natural resources? clean and pleasant while the'super ,again at the convention undersigned will on the 7th day of
on the February A. D. 1939 apply to ch3
having in their employ eight or I I There is just as much sense in deliberately -I de luxe coaches recently placedin 119th. Judge of the above styled Court for I.
more workers ,with the exception order to the undersignedthe
i suffocating a man and, service between principal points will be no ,choir practiceor an following adopting minor Children Viz E

I prayer meeting this week: due Larry Arthur Davis age 4 years and
- ---- to the Robert :Morris Davis age 1 and %
pastor's absence in attending -
I the convention. The pastor will years. J. L Brantley .
return I Mrs. J. L. (Rebeca) Brantl .
in
time for the regular C.N.-Jan. 6, 13, 20. 27, Feb. 3.
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