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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: February 17, 1939
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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: To .Soil Conservation t -j[ Sugar Processors -

.. : / Corporation Hospital. Practices DiscussedH. Urge

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r- 'Be Open i For Inspection G. Clayton," administrative of- I Change In Formula For

ficer in charge and James Love, of I
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9 Gainesville, Ralph B. Chapman, of '
ARE Division Of 39
to VISITORS INVITED O\ Kelly Purchases Sanford, H.C., Brown, of Cler- Quota
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SUNDAY BETWEEN 1:00 \ mont andV. B. Anderson of Mari-,

AND 4:00 P. M. Two City Homes anna, members of the state soil 0 .
conservation committee under the LOUISIANA
GROWERS LEAD IN
What is considered: one of the Agricultural, Adjustment Act, met Drainage Board Seeks PROTEST AGAINST GOVERNMENT

\ ... finest, if not the finest, hospital in Announcement was made this here this morning with officials of : FORMULA
t the state solely for negro patientsthe week by the Clewiston Federal Sav- the United Statse Sugar Corporation Taxpayer CommitmentsThe -

Western Division hospital recently igns and Loan Asscoiation of the ,, and independent growers for Representatives of the United

completed by the United sale of' two homes to E. E. Kelly, the purpose of discussing new ,soil District States Sugar Corporation and the
,r '! States Sugar Corporation, will ,be i practices for ,Everglades Drainage Fellsmere
manager of the Clewiston Motor sugar cane growers Sugar: Producers Association -
I opened for the first time for public board at a' meeting Monday in Miami -
which might be incorporated into the two
Company. One of the houses, on Florida sugar pro-
1 inspection Sunday afternoon from Crescent Drive is known as the the 1939 program., The meeting was made arrangements for. sending cessors, and several independentcane
,I 1:00 until 4:00, and everyone is Yenawine house and the other on held at the Clewiston Inn and after out circular letters I to the tax- growers of the Everglades
i urged to come at this time and see luncheon the committee made
Arcade Avenue is just 'across the, a payers of the district urging themto joined with processors and growersof
this new building and, its splendid street from the Hall residence. tour' of inspection of the sugar Louisiana in presenting testi-
pledge the payment of their tax-
equipment.The Both homes are in the same block, house and corporation properties. mony to a committee from the De-
I hospital is located on .Pacific No. 172. Testimony given by the local es for 1937 'and subsequent years partment of Agriculture seekingto
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Avenue at the junction of the Mr. Kelly in commenting on the growers in regard to these prac- in consideration of the consum- arrive at a just apportionmentof _

street leading westward to the new purchase, said that while he was tices was taken by the committeefor mation of the proposed plan for the sugar quota for each pro-
Townsite It is faced toward future reference in. determIning ,
village. primarily interested in securing refinancing.This cessor in the mainland cane pro-
Pacific Avenue but about two these homes for employees of the the set-up of different soil con- will be ducing area. The meeting was heldin
1 hundred feet west of the street Clewiston Motor Company, he also serving practices for the new year's -pledge binding only the Y. M. C. A. auditorium in
I the acceptance the district
;, \ '" leaving a large spacious lawn in considered the buy a very good in- program. It is understood'that the upon bondholders of the by 6f the Mobile, Ala., convened at 10:00a.
I, front which has already ,been sod- vestment. main program discussed was fire terms m. on Wednesday of last week

ded and planted to trees and shrub- _____uu control.. I plan. I I and adjourned at six the follow-
bery. Driveways have been laid out The committee came to Moore ing afternoon.

to the entrances and are being giv- Haven yesterday afternoon and will The
J' agricultural committee, pre-
I en a hard surface of marl this MEXICAN COMPANYHAS go from here to Fellsmere tomor- ALL-TIME GRINDING I sided over by John C. Bagwell,

week. row. County Agent G., C. Hodge presented to the assembled processors -
The main entrance is onto the accompanied the committee members "
: formula
NAME SIMILARTO a for apportionmentof
spacious screened porch which was here from Moore Haven. RECORD IS SET AT the quota which had been pre-
: designed for convalescent patients.
pared by Chester E. Davis
of the
'I ( .J Directly across the porch, entrance U. S. SUGAR CO. ,JUDGE WARD TO SPEAK TO SUGAR HOUSE HEREA sugar division of the department, asa
is provided into the main ward in P.-T. A. ,AT TUESDAY MEETING suggested basis for the market-

which eight adjustable hospital beds ing quota, breaking it down to all

have- been placed and the porch Clarence R. Bitting, president Judge David Elmer Ward of Fort processors in the mainland area,-
and ward form the ,central partof of the United States Sugar Corp- Myers will address the local Parent- new all-time, grinding record namely Louisiana and Florida.
the building connecting the two oration Tuesday made a statementto Teacher Association at the meetingto was established ,on Saturday, Feb- This formula offered the pro-
ruary 4, when 5,519 tons of cane
I wings. the daily press that there was be held on Tuesday evening at cessor the choice of three optionsfor
I In the south wing just off the no connection between this corporation eight o'clock in the, school audi- were put through the crushers!:; at determining one fifty per cent
the house of the United
: end of the porch is the waiting and the United States Sugar torium. sugar base, as follows: To take one hundred -
I room and just beyond is the first Company, an American company 'operating The meeting will also includea States Sugar Corporation in Clew] per cent of the average pro-
I aid room in which Dr. O. F. Schif- in Mexico. special program in commemoration iston, it was disclosed this week: : duction over a period of three years

fli, who will have charge of the The statement was made following of Founder's Day. by Jay W. Moran, vicepresidentand from 1935 to 1938 inclusive; eigh-

hospital, will maintain an office. an Associated Press story in The public is cordially invited. general manager of the corpo- ty per cent of the average of the
The room is equipped with an ad- the New York Herald-Tribune relative ation. It was the ninety-fourth day best two years' production or seventy -

justable table for examination of to seizure of sugar lands of of. the crop season. per cent of the best single
k6'* patients, metal chairs, and others he' United States Sugar Company Mr. Moran also stated that the year.Mr.. Davis had already madea
HEARING ON CANAL
) { necessary equipment. ,A hallwayruns i by the Mexican government in a sugar yield at the present time is tabular form showing the best

from the main ward to the similar manner to which Americanoil the highest in the history of the option for each processor as he had

I south entrance' and on the west company properties were seized WILL BE HELD IN corporation and that most of the determined it from records submitted -
side of this hallway in the south- a few months ago and Mr. Bit heavy-barreled: cane has yet to be to the department and the, total

west corner is the nurse's room ting thought, it wise to differentiate cut. This high yield, he said, had figure was 475,299 tons. He next
with every convenience for her com- between the two companies.In ORLANDO TUESDAY been achieved by the discovery of took into consideration the actual
fort. Immediately adjoining this new varieties of cane which had
commenting upon the AP dispatch production for the current year
(Continued on Page 10) Mr. Bitting stated, "There is enabled the securing of a better (which in the case of Florida producers

I seemingly a vast difference in gov- County officials this week received production balance.In was only estimated) which

Special Services Honor ernmental treatment of'sugar producers notices from Col. Lewis H. the first, years the corporation figured a total of 587,808 tons. Us-
in Mexico and the United operated, he said, only late maturing ing each of these bases as fifty
Watkins district
engineer for the
n States, In Mexico the governmental varieties of cane were availableand per cent an average of 531,554 tons
Memory Of Pope Pius U. S. Corps of Engineers in Jacksonville -
authorities sieze land to cut-
simply the it was necessary begin (Continued on Page 10)
\ while in this country you are per- of a meeting which will ting this cane several weeks beforeit

'f. mitted to retain the land, together be held in Orlando next Tuesdayfor had attained its maturity and
On Wednesday morning at ten- with the tax burden thereon, and the consequent top sugar yield. New i Qualifying Rounds
of
purpose discussing the
/ fifteen o'clock the
peaceful
as sunshine -
I, Congress prohibits the productiveuse varieties have been developed now
cast its the merits or'a proposed inland wat-
rays upon com- of such land." which mature early and others Open For Tourney
munity, the bells of Saint Margaret's A erway through the Kissimmee and
search of a list of sugar pro- which mature at midseason leaving
'. Catholic Church tolled forth ducers in Mexico shows only a St. Johns Rivers. The meeting will the late varieties to 'attain maxi-
i their announcing that Qualifying rounds for the 1939
message !
United Sugar Company at Los Mo-
be held at the Angebilt Hotel in mum yield.-
; Pius, the Pope of Peace, was being chos, and it is considered possible Everglades Handicap Championship
laid in his final resting place at that the assembly room starting at ten "The average yield today, 3Ir. opened at the Clewiston Golf] Club
this name may have become said "is far the
Moran by highestin
,
'4 St. Peter's in Rome. confused with the Florida o'clock a. m. Sunday. The qualifying date extends
corpo-
the of productionin
history sugar
II Father Flynn, pastor of St. Mar- ration with hedaquarters in Clew- The waterway to be discussed ,will Florida and our highest yields, through February 25th with match
I garet's officiating at a solemn and iston.. be through the St.: Johns Riverto play opening Sunday, February26th.
are yet to come.
impressive service Wednesday even- I I Lake Monroe at Sanford, thence .
ing, told those assembled in church American through existing streams and lakesto Play in the Everglades Match
"Even the most hardened world- Legion Lake Tohopekaliga at Kissimmeeand Committees ReportAt Play Championship closed with J.

lings realize and respect true great- thence southward through the W. Milligan of South Bay reigningas
ness when they see it." "Pope Post Met TuesdayThe Kissimmee River to Lake Okee- Kiwanis MeetingThe the new 1939 Everglades Cratch

Pius," he continued, "was truly chobee to connect with the cross- Play; champion. Milligan, who sports
'' of this world's char- the sort of golf swing that golfers
one greatest, Clewiston American Legion state waterway.: The meeting Is
acters. He was one of the great- Post met Tuesday night at the Inn expected to provide data for a re- last regular meeting of the dream of but seldom attain, took
est among the long line of illus- I with a good attendance of memoers. putt authorized by Congress withan Kiwanis Club on Wednesday night over the crown vacated by O. G.

trious Pontiffs who have occupiedthe Commander S. A. Graves presided.The item in the Divers and HarborsAct had been set part for the reportof McW/horter?/ of Belle Glade, with a

Throne of Peter. And his great- principal business to come of 1935 providing itrr .:. preliminary -, all committees but after the decisive victory over Charles Fen-
ness is spelled by those two endear- before the meeting was a move' by examination and survey i ?orts of two chairmen had been wick, long-smashing Chicago boy:
ing titles by which he shall alwaysbe the state headquarters to changethe of the waterway through the .central -I received it was decided to defer who holds the 1938 Everglades Me-

remembered, "The Pope of date of electing and installing part of the state. \ the' others until a later meeting as dal title. The 36 hole match was

j Charity" and "The Pope of Peace". officers from the' fall until the By following the course of existing the reports were much more de- played over the Clewiston Golf Club
"Even if I were not a Catholic early spring. The Clewislon] post streams and lakes there iS"J l tailed than had been expected. links, the margin of victory being

I and belonged to some other faith, nominates officers at the Armistice at !present: almost a complete J. D. Beafdblcy, chaIrman of the\ 7 and 6. -

even if I had no religion at all," Day meeting, elects in December erway. However considerable: ] dredge Agricultural and Public Affairs The championship was decided on
I Father Flynn said, "I would still and installs in January. work will be necessary; to make a 1 committee was the first to report. the greens. Milligan, who has a
be forced by the simple process of After considerable discussion it channel deep enough for the use Both of these committees have been somewhat disconcerting habit of
cold logic, to admit-the monumental] was decided that thero would belittle of even pleasure boats and small 1 very active and the greater "'part of hitting a perfect shot and then grin-

greatness and sancitity of ,thIs beloved gained by changing the meet- freight boats as far north as San- the meeting lime was consumedwith ning in astonished surprise at his
I Pope. He was a friend of ing date and when a vote was taken ford. Mr Beardsley's report. Due accomplishment, found himself witha

l humanity, of Catholic, Protestant, I the plan was voted down. County officials from the counties to his work on the agricultural red-hot putter and forthwith took
and Jew; a friend of every man i affected by such a channel and committee of the local club :Mr. full advantage of it, dumping themin
: just as was the gentle Christ. And I I WORK IS BEGUN ON I navigation interests are particularly Beardsley was recently appointedto from all angles] from 20 to 35

I had his admonitions been heeded GIDEON BROWN HOMEJ. urged to be present and everyone the district committee by the feet. It was a bitter, helpless] strug-
: there would be no Hitlers or Stalins I II 'will be given the opportunity to I Lieuteilal1t-GOyernor. Newt LUl l- gle for the Chicago lad, who hole

I I or Mussolinls today, there would F. Tippey, ]local building con- express their views upon the necessity misT after' hole] found himself puttingfor
missing,
!, be no ruined Spain today, there tractor, began work Wednesday of the work and to suggest ,\ lIe reported that five Departmentof birdies and barely his
would be no mad rush for armaments morning on the foundation of a measures desirable for navigationand Agriculture yearbooks had been while his opponent slipped :one
today; but instead there home for Gideon Brown which is commerce: Data on the benefits secured and distributed and that putt in with reckless abandon.
I would be the Peace of Jesus located on Atlantic Avenue just which may be derived is especially any, pamphlet issued by the 'department In the Second Flight Dr. W. J-
honorsby
Christ." east of the Community Church asked. All important facts and fig- could be secured through the White of Belle Glade won Clewiston
of -
On Thursday morning a solemn manse. The concrete foundationis ures should be given in writingbut committee. He told of the com- defeating Owen Wlnn
Requiem Mass was sung by the in place at this time and actual oral debate will also be heard. mittee's efforts at all times to as- 2 and 1. Tom Shelley of Flight Clew-

pastor, assisted by the choir. Since Plans] are being made, it is un- I sist the vegetable growers and gardeners iston triumphed in the First
the death of the' Pope the church probably derstood for several to attend this and that constant contact had with a 4 and 3 victory over Larry
I Owen,
has been draped In black, a reminder hearing from Hendry county. Louis been maintained with th<.i state experimental Nash .of Belle Glade. Bill Third
1\ \ ) of the sadness felt at the the home other than it would be O. Gravely was appointed by the I station in. their interests Jr. of Clewiston won the A. E.
,,'/ passing of the real humanitarian, I a fivc-ioom bungalow] and ,W91.111] county Chamber of Commerce as lie also discussed tho club's )Flight when he won over 10
Plus the Eleventh cost (Continued on Page. 10) : ,(Continued on Pago }
approximately $2,500. representative of that body. '- .. oJ. '... .' .
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'\' Weekly News Analysis I !)

Oddities ASK MEANOTHER A Quiz With Answers

Federal Insurance Supervision Prof. W. McKcever "conducts 7 Offering Informationon ..

a "school for maturates"in 'Various Subjects

May Follow Committee Probe Oklahoma City, Okla., open .

,_ only to men and women over 70.

. W. La Bine Enrico Colangelo, of Maiden, 1. Who is the only reigning 1/86,400th of a revolution of ,the
: 25y Joseph Mass, rather than destroy an queen in the world? earth on its axis.

86-year-old elm tree, built his 2. How long is a second? 3. While tolling at the funeral of
the Insurgents, Premier Negrin pre- home 3. On what occasion the
EDITOR'S NOTE-When opinions are pared to fight to the finish in the around the tree, and now was John Marshall.
'
these columns they are those its six branches stretch out Liberty bell cracked?
expressed in large southeastern section of Spain 4. Site of the ruins of a place of
of the news analyst. and not necessarilyof still holds. through two sides of the sun 4. What is Stonehenge? worship of the ancient Druids. It
the newspaper.Business his government
5. How much of the sun's heat
parlor. is a circle of stone pillars.
Anglo-French concern over the
Eddie'Weise, of Aurora, Ind., reaches the earth? 5. Less than one-two billionth of
Spanish war may be expected to
6. Is New Orleans the mouthof
grow daily untU that conflict is end- because he is usually too busyto on the sun's energy is intercepted by
the
As counsel for a New York state ed. As a last chance for peace with wave or speak to his friends Mississippi? the earth. .

legislative insurance committee, security, London and Paris jumpedon who pass his barber shop, has The Answers 6. Contrary to popular belief,
Charles Evans Hughes made a the bandwagon for Negrin's plan, rigged up a buzzer which, when 1.. Wilhelmina, queen of the New Orleans is not located at the t
name for himself in 1906 uncoveringwhat realizing these terms held a scant stepped on, answers his friends' Netherlands. mouth of the Mississippi river,
he thought to be irregularities.The promise that Spain might emerge greetings-American magazine. 2. All units of time are meas- but about 100 miles from the Gulfof
chief Hughes fear: That insurance urements of motion. A second is
from the war as a sympathetic nation Mexico.
company resources were so rather than as a tool for Italy
large as to make conservative, responsible and Germany.But .
management increasingly more satisfactory, according to
Fed- it would obviously be fool- TIPS Harry A. Joy flower Annuals
difficult. The Hughes remedy: to expert: -
invest- hardy for the Fascist governmentsto balsam clarkia coleus
eral supervision of insurance ,
ments. accept peace with partial victory nasturtium, pansy, calendula and
when a full victory is so near. That GardenersGive vinca
Since 1906 Mr. Hughes has risento will have totalitarian ; perennials-English daisy,
accomplished, France -
the U. S. Supreme court and may three sides campanula, columbine, myosotis, t
have his mind. At least neighbors on sweet William and viola. GIVE
changed
I (Spain, Italy, Germany) and will If'you live in drouthy sectionsor SATISFACTION GUARANTEEDlBlackman' I ...
be ripe for plucking- by Mussolini.It Flowers a Break if your flower beds are on well-
Italian terri- Medicated Lick-A-Brik
is significant that DON'T put an added burden on drained soil in full sun, try the Blackman's Stock PowderBlackman's
torial claims against France are your flowers by asking themto following: Annuals abronia, Cow Tonic I
r'r.r being held up until the war is over. grow in conditions to which theyare ageratum, alyssum procumbens, Blackman's Hog Powder ,

But the approach of this French- not suited. Flowers are like arctotis, calliopsis, candytuft, cos- Blackman's Poultry Powder -
Italian struggle draws Paris closerto races of humans. Some thrive in mos, four o'clock, lupin texensis, Blackman's Poultry Tablets

Britain each day. Before the warm, moist climates. Others, petunia, portulaca, sunflower,.ver- Blackman's Lice Powder
house of commons, British Prime through the centuries, have be- bena, and zinnia; perennials- NONE FINER-LOWER COST
Minister Neville Chamberlain has come accustomed to intensivecold. coreopsis and hollyhock. GET RESULTS OR
promised full military support in YOUR MONEY BACK
case France is involved in war. BUY FROM YOUR DEALERJt"
Certain flowers, for instance, Friendship Regal .
Aviation may be grown successfully in Friendship should be surrounded ;
", comparatively cool, semi-shaded with ceremonies and respect,
STOCK
U. S. and British airliners have locations. If you have such spotsin and not crushed into corners. MEDICINE CO.:

.p fiSd" Li'u'' been hopping the Atlantic in test your yard, don't plant your zinnias Friendship requires more time CHATTANOOGA. TENN.
flights for two years, planning to or petunias there. than poor, busy men can usually
start London-New York service Last simultaneously Any of the following will prove command.-Emerson. READ THE ADS
next summer.

bL fall a reciprocal agreement was 1t.-5- .. r
signed but the English, piqued be- x
cause the U. S. refused to let Im- /F'F't t
perial airways ships land at Honolulu -
shrank back in a pout. Anxious / .
to start transatlantic service M t
L this year regardless of the British kh
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attitude the U. S. onened negotiations -
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ith--Pa-ris d"i .4
immediately -
CHARLES EVANS HUGHESThe arranged Paris-New York flights via S : r' .
sins are now quadrupled. 1. .
the; long Azores route. Meanwhile ,

nothing has been done about it and the British announced they would ah
the vast insurance fund has quad- inaugurate independent service S

rupled. Whereas Mr. Hughes sug- next June.
gested limiting new policies to But the Americans showed them- .F "
selves better diplomatic pilots than A
$150,000,000 a year per company,
their English friends. Anxious lest
some now write $2,000,000,000 a year.
Today there are $110,000,000,000worth london be left off U. S. transatlantic I

of policies in effect and insurance schedules, the British govern- A'.J' ,
investments cover a sur- ment has waived the treaty provi- I I 1 : II I I. .1 '

prisingly wide field. Samples: Gov- sion calling for a'simultaneous

ernment securities, $4,500,000,000; start by U. S. and British planes.
railroads, $3,000,000,000; farm mort This clears the way for ,PanAmerican
gages and corporation securities, airways ships to start between
$2,000,000,000; state, county and city I March 15 and 31. Probable settle-
bonds, $1,500,000,000. ment, now that the U. S. holds
agreements with both Britain and
If this business was worth inves-
France, is a service from New York
23 it is ro
tigating years ago even
t o Paris via London.
more vulnerable today. Just start-
ed in Washington is a 12-month probe Already undergoing observation
by the temporary national economic flights for the civil aeronautics authority -q SI Stronger Cord Body ,

committee, headed by Wyoming'sSen. is one of PanAmerican'snew ,
Joseph C. O'Mahoney and bet- 42-ton clipper boats, largest l More Hon-Skid Mileage
ter known as the "monopoly in- practical ship yet built. Carryingmore I rloJ\

vestigating committee." Chiming in than 50 passengers, completeeven f

is William O. Douglas' Securitiesand to a highly-publicized "bridal t/ .1 FLOYD ROBERTS

Exchange commission. Perti- PIJ FAMOUS 1933 National
U4
nent question marks include (1)
Race Champion
what influence insurance invest-
ments exert on U. S. n ..t'rZR v %<%; ? Champion race drivers,
money mar-
kets, banks, railroads, etc.;- (2)) how \\\1\ ( i : ri. TRIPLE-SAFE I whose chances of very victory! lives depend and
insurance executives chosen
are ; C on tire safety, know tire
(3) possibility of interlocking directorates I'iiiPTRANSATLANTIC '.c "' v and that il

between insurance firms and e r COI.'STRUCT'QIU ; they select and buy
utilities. a } 'Tires for their

Though the monopoly committeehas '/ /x racing cars.

often reiterated that it is not ." >Y i t

hunting witches, and although Mr. FIRESTONE again! This time
i. >>"M.>' "'">":>>'?< :i-"w. :<;*;'=">:"""/ "J triumphs
Douglas maintains he only wants to f1 I :' with the new Firestone Champion, the tire
bring the Hughes report to date >
up vCr :
CLIPPERTo
: that sets the safety standards for 1939. This new
there
is b ,
a good chance of new legis- London by March 31? v
lation providing federal regulationover tire provides a combination of safety features

'all interstate insurance busi- suite," the new clippers would 'V ?3 never before built into a tire. It is a completely

ness. make one flight a week in each direction _t / : achievement in safety engineering.
Adding to their discomfort is the at the start. Later, with
demand by Montana's Sen. BurtonK. more ships and experience, three w. From the experience ,gained on the

Wheeler that insurance com- weekly trips will be booked. speedways of the world and in the Firestone laboratories, Firestone engineers have developeda

panies ing take, a greater hand in help- revolutionary new type of cord body called SafetyLock, which provides amazingly greater
reorganize U. S. railroads. The People ,
Wheeler charge: That present in- strength. This outstanding achievement makes possible the use of a thicker, tougher, deeper

surance company negotiations with Demonstrated at Washington by tread which assures much greater non-skid mileage. Because of this new Safety-Lock Cord "

carriers feature repeated conces- Laurens, a "novacord"Hammond piano-type, Chicago instru-inventor body and Gear-Grip tread, the, modern streamlined Firestone Champion Tire establishes c

sions expense to of investment bondholders.bankers But at if rail the ment which reproduces sounds of completely new standards of blowout protection., non-skid safety, silent operation and long

aid most string and brass instruments. mileage.
presents
as many obstacles as
insurance men claim, the probable G Signed at Mexico City, by Cuba's The Firestone Champion'Tire embodies the famous Firestone Triple-Safe construction
solution of this 3ol.,Fulgencio Batista and Mexico's
problem will not bea
the exclusive and patented Firestone construction features of Gum-Dipping, two
federal whipping post for insurance I Lazaro Cardenas, a pact to "de- you.get
fend cords under the tread and tread design. Never in all
companies but revision in the I democracy. extra layers of Safety'Lock Gear-Grip

railroad reorganization statute. the history of tire building has there been such a triple-safe combination to protect you

against the dangers of blowouts, punctures and skidding.
Wives
Spain in the News
Call Firestone Dealer Firestone Auto Supply and Service Store and
nearby
The fate of Britain and France GANDHI Mrs. Kasturibhai _, on your
marched with Rebel Generalissimo Gandhi, "faithful, silent" wife of equip your car with a set of new Firestone Champion Tires-the only tires made which are

Francisco Franco into Barcelona, India's,Mohandas K. Gandhi, has safety proved on the speedway for your protection on the highway.
tagging along as he pushed north- been arrested for participating ina
ward through the rest of Catalonia civil disobedience campaign.FLEGENHEIMER .

to shut off an important sector in Mrs. Ar- Virestone CHAMPION 1.restone HIGH SPEED fires tone CONVOY
the two and one-half year old civil thur Flegenheimer, widow of
war. No sooner had Loyalist Pres- New York's late policy racketeer, 52517. $13.95 60018. $16.50 52517. $11.10 60018. $14.85 45021. $8.10 5.50-16. $10.45

ident Manuel Azana fled to Paris "Dutch Schultz" Flegenheimer, 55016. 13.90 62516. 17.55 55016. 1.50 6.256.: 15.80 47519. 8.35 55017. 10.50

than peace rumors began. The testified she saw her husband in 55017. 13.95 65016. 19.35 55017. 1.55 6.50-16: 17.40 50019. 9.00 60016. 11.80

probability is that President Azana conference with James J. Hines, 60016. 15.70 70015. 0.40 60016. 14.15 70015. 18.0 52517. 9.5 62516. 13.15

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Negrin. His terms: selling protection.
(1) elimination of foreigners from \lOONEY-Mrs. Rena TRUCK TIRES AND OTHER PASSENGER CAR SIZES PRICED PROPORTIONATELY LOW
Spain; (2) a plebiscite by the Span- Mooney,
wife of California's exConvictTom
ish people to decide their future Mooney, promises 'to fight Listen to The Voice of Firestone with Richard Crooks I Listen to -The Firestone Voice of the Farm-Everett ijf I
form of
on either government side.; (3)Those no reprisals her husband's reported attemptto Margaret Speaks and Alfred Waf/ensfefn. Monday .' Mitchell Interviews a Champion Farmer each week
terms divorce her. evenIngs over NationwIde N. I. C. Red Network. during noon hour. See local paper for station and time.N. .
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replace insulin shocks in treat- Dean of The Moody:rhloaeo.BfoV Instituteof

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3y Dr. James W Barton Lesson for February 19


r a leg or arm is Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected -
WHEN and copyrighted by International CAN'T I'M AN
injured or poi- Council of Religiou5 Education: uarrt l>v
soned that life is threatened, permission. o : WHAT Go FOR UNDERTAKER
BEVERAGE ALCOHOL AND ITS ot= 1T 2 THAT-
not
the patient's family does SOCIAL PERILS BfZoTNER
I hesitate to permit it to be removed v
I ; by surgery. When the LESSON TEXT-Amos 6:1.6: 1 Peter 2:11.:
I 12: 415.
"I I / mind is so badly afflicted that GOLDEN TEXT-It Is good neither to eat
f flesh nor to drink wine nor anything where
I I .. the patient is unable to take by thy brother stumbleth.-Romans 14:21. Tcra

his place in the community
I and the physician wishes to "Hazards in the use of alcohol ina
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i i machine age"-this is the topic
a I' use the new treatment-large assigned for our 'l lesson today. It is WHAT EAT and I
insulin-that causes WHY
doses of to
,IJ a good one and worthy of the careful -
: shock which is sometimes followed thought of every intelligent citi-

: by a cure, the family are zen. With automobiles alone killing -
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: often afraid to permit their loved over a hundred persons a day,
I'(' one to undergo this and the obvious connection between our most basic foods may be improved
I
I C. Houston Goudiss Gives Some Hints
method of treat- alcohol and deatn on the highway Timely on ),-along comes this revolu-

ment. Despite bril- we might say much about the follyof How to'. Keep Up Fuel Value of Winter Diet; tionary yeast to provide a leaven
liant results in many trying to cut down traffic acc ing that is more satisfactory than

cases, there have dents while we ale licensing more Discusses New Methods for Quick BakingBy ever before, perhaps, to home-
likewise been many and more "taverns" along the roadto makers all over the country.
failures and also fill the drivers with the destructive C. HOUSTON GOUDISS

other cases where stuff. weather calls for energizing breakfasts I Questions AnsweredMrs. I
the improvementlasted MIDWINTER
be said
is that
There much might
but a short day off to a good start. energizing midday
about the social havoc that is being
1 time. wrought by alcohol- is bad enough meals to help keep children and adults functioning efficiently G. T. M.-It would be prac-

The most satisfactory that a man pays 25 cents for a energizing, but easily digested, evening meals to satisfy tically impossible to obtain suffi-

h results have drink, but even worse, that he gives bodily requirements without over-taxing the digestive system. cient vitamin C without eating

Dr. Barton been obtained mental where 25 minutes of his life for each in- 'In addition to the need for supplying meals that are ade- fruits and vegetables, as this vita
the
symp- dulgence. But the liquor industry min is confined almost entirely to
existed for months in- quate as to energy values and other nutritional requirements
toms have covers that up under a mask of festivity these foods. The best sources are
stead of years. making booze look like a desirable the homemaker has two other<$ the citrus fruits and raw or canned

What may prove effective in the adjunct to congenial and suc- important factors to consider; Mothers must, however, guard tomatoes, raw cabbage and on
1 treatment of these mental or "be- cessful living. It does not picture she must satisfy the appetitesof against loss of interest in bread- ions. Potatoes, carrots and bananas -
havior" cases is metrazol (a heart the bleary eye and the babbling! various members of her stuffs by various members of their also contain significant
j I'' and lung stimulant), which is now tongue of the drinker, nor does it families, as a result of monotony. amounts.D. .
i being tested in various parts of the present the broken-hearted mother family and she must keep Luckily, there is no reason why
, j world Dr. A. M. Wyllie in Glasgow the devastated home, the ragged within her food budget. this should occur in any home. P. L.-A two-ounce 'serving
Medical Journal reports his" children, and the empty cupboard. For it is possible to provide bread- of meat or fish at one meal is
I results in a series of 20 cases of dementia -: Liquor is one of America's major Breadstuffs-The Staff of Life stuffs in such a variety that the considered sufficient for a three-
I praecox. These patients liveI problems. Let us face it. One of her greatest aids is breadin same kind need not be served year old. Three ounces of meator

I I in a persistent dream state which The Scripture portions assignedfor various forms. Breadstuffs, or twice in succession within the fish are considered adequate
I unfits them for the work, I portions for a 13-year old.
totally our lesson rightly emphasize other foods made space of one or two weeks.
I cares and duties of life. Their fundamentals, the first being a -callto from grain, are undoubtedly You can add variety to the diet WNU-C. Houston Goudiss-193 50.
scheme or system of life satisfies awake of the larg- bread from
I from a false sense security by preparing graham,
,: them, however. the_ second emphasizing that est single item in whole wheat or rye flour. Rolls

I ': Test Cases Show Improvement. this; is a spiritual battle, and the the dietary of the can be made from plain or sweet
: : There were 8 women and 12 men third pointing the way of victory as majority of people I I dough. Some of the more popularare There Are Two Waysto

in Dr. Wyllie's series of cases and being in holy living. throughout the Parker House rolls, sandwich
physical improvement was observedin I. Foolish Security When Surrounded world. They appear rolls, finger rolls, cinnamon buns, Get at ConstipationYes
17. Those that were very much by Danger '(Amos 6:1-6)). in some format butterscotch rolls and pecan rolls.

underweight gained weight rapidly, Surprise attack is always effec- almost every and only two ways- efore
I (( a gaining from 14 to 21 pounds in two tive. Satan would lull us all to sleepin meal. And they are A New Leavening Agent and after it happens Instead of
,-l:.! (., months. Their appetites improved the assurance that "God's in his also highly satis- Some homemakers may feel enduring those dull, tired, head-
and their complexions became factory as a be- that it is' too costly to purchasesuch
leaven-all's well with the world. lunch achy days and then having to
healthier. These 17 patients also God is in heaven and it is certain tween-meal fancy breads outside the take an emergency medicinewhynot
showed mental improvement, thatis that; ultimately He will reign overall for rapidly growing school chil- home. And they may feel that KEEP regular with Kellogg'sAllBran

they showed more common but just now the world is in dren. they cannot spare the time required ? You can, if your con-
sense, more ability to face the real the hands of the Wicked One (I Breadstuffs are notable for their for home baking. Such arguments stipationis the kind millions have
facts of life. One patient who had John 5:19)). energy values and for their ease might have been valid in -due to the lack of "bulk" In

been mute for 10 years was enabledto The people of Amos' day, to whom of digestion. .They contain some the past. But not any more! modem diets. For All-Bran goes
speak. The others became less the message was addressed, had protein and minerals, and under Recently a new kind of yeast right to the cause of this troubleby
i absorbed in themselves and spoke come to the point where prosperity some- circumstances, they may has been developed which makesit supplying the"bulk"you need.
more freely. Some of the patientswho had made them at ease when they also carry other significant' food possible to prepare a variety of Eat this toasted nutritious cereal -
were previously idle were in- should have been active, foolishly values. hot breads at home-more quickly every day-with milk or cream,
duced to occupy themselves. A pa- secure when they should have been Bread and rolls combine well than ever before. Thus, home bak- or baked Into muffins-drink
tient with profound melancholia sacrificially serving their fellow with milk, cheese, butter and ing follows the. trend of the times plenty of water, and see if your
I\ greatly improved; two with persis- men who were in need. The pic- meat. They make good eating and and becomes quickbaking.One life isn't a whole lot brighter!
give a comfortable ,feeling of sat- Made Kellogg's in Battle Creek.
tent stupor showed slight improve- ture is astonishingly up-to-date. To- reason why modern home-
isfaction afterwards. Such simple Sold by every grocer.
ment. makers have been reluctant to
day in our own land the Gold Coast
"Owing to the simplicity and safety and the slums rub elbows, but few combinations as bread and cheese, make bread and rolls at home, I
I, 'I or rolls and milk, are highly effective believe has been the difficulty of
I of the metrazol treatment, it may of those who have plenty are con- ,
I, replace treatment by insulin shock." cerned about those who have not. In in satisfying hunger. And obtaining a leavening agent that At Peace
they go a long way toward meet- both and
the eyes of, most people the pur- nutritional was quick-acting pos- Where there are laws, he who
ing requirements.
pose of gaining possessions is to relieve sessed- good keeping qualities. has not broken them need not
Nervousness, Tension one from the necessity of work Yeast is the most satisfactory tremble.-Alfieri.
Disrupt Normal Working and to enable one to evade life's A Notable Food Team leavening agent for bread and
I responsibilitiesAmerica _' Nutritionists have a high regardfor rolls. Heretofore, only two types
A large industrial organization in needs to awaken to its the combination of bread and had been available. Fresh, or

an endeavor to find'' out why so i dangers, and we repeat that not the milk. Breadstuffs are generally compressed yeast, and dried This climate is an
many of their leading employees least of'these is the liquor question.We regarded as a most economicalsource yeast. Both of these products are
,.. failed to keep their work at a high must either win a, victory overit of energy and protein in composed of yeast plants com-
level and finally dropped out, of the or it will destroy our people. the diet. Milk is our most nearly bined with cereal. OLD ST9RYto
organization, engaged a professor II. Spiritual Warfare-While at perfect food. And the proteins of Fresh yeast has a higher mois-
: of economics to investigate. He Peace with God (I Pet. 4:11, 12)). milk supplement those found in ture, content, however, and be-
found that while domestic unhappiness "Fleshly lusts, which war against the grains of which bread and rolls cause of this, spoils rapidly.
was a big factor, the great the soul" (v. 11) are the object of are''made. Hence, it must be purchased fresh,
cause of failure to continue work ona serious concern on the part of every Children especially should con- kept well refrigerated, and used Ferry's DATED Seeds "
standard ill .
high health.
was
sincere Christian. There is a battleon sume some form of bread, toast, within a few days. Dry yeast
Recently in the Journal of Nervous and the enemy of our soul or well-baked rolls at every meal. keeps'several weeks at room tem-
and Mental Diseases, Sir Far- knows how to make the abuse of These easily digested foods supplythe perature and has, therefore, been ONLY those vegetable and flows
quhar Buzzard, professor of medicine the normal impulses and appetitesof fuel values that most active regarded as more practical. Its varieties capable of growing most
University of Oxford, said that man his strong ally. The rush of youngsters require in abundance. great disadvantage has been thatit productively in your locality are
:one-third of all the sickness in Great modern life, the increasing use of Rolls and bread with a well-baked acts less quickly, owing to the offered in your dealer' display of
Britain was due to causes that were stimulants, both natural and. arti- crust have the additional advan- fact that some of the yeast plantsare Ferry's Seeds. By constant testing,
I not really organic. If he should be ficial, the very luxury in which many tage of encouraging thorough mas- destroyed during the drying. Ferry-Morse scientist know what
placed at the head of a great busi- live, these things tend to give the tication. these varieties are. So, this climateis
ness organization the first thing he flesh and its desires undue prominence During adolescence, the energy Keeps and Is Quick-Acting an old story to Ferry's Seeds.
would do would be to take on a I "
whole-time medical to and not infrequently cause requirements are especially high. But nowadays homemakers can As an additional safeguard for
study his employees psychologist and their con- even God's children to fall into sin. Boys sometimes eat more than buy a new kind of yeast. A new, :you, all Ferry's Seeds must pass
'I. ditions in health and deal with all We are called to a holy warfare, their fathers, and it is desirablethat fast, pure yeast that 'combines the rigid tests for germination and vitality -
''I ; does the extra calories be providedin keeping qualities of dry yeast with .
cases of nervous disorder as they but that not mean that we each year before packaging.Then
I arose. live in a constant turmoil. We are, the form of such easily digestedand speedy action. each packet is dated. Look
after all.'pilgrims and strangers in wholesome foods as bread- This product is a dry yeast that for this mark-Packed for Season
S t 4l Health of Worker Important. this world. Our citizenship is in stuffs. This is also an advantageto comes in the form of small gran- 1939"-when buying your seed
Fortunately, medical schools are heaven (Phil. 3:20)) though we live the homemaker, from the pointof ules. It softens promptly in wa- this year. You
1 now so fully aware of the impor- on earth. In the heart we have view of economy, as breadstuffsrank ter, and is then' ready for use. E R RT S know they'll grow.
tance of the health of the workerto peace, and that enables us to fight a as one of our most reason- Moreover, it keeps its strengthand
himself and to his employer that good fight against the world, the ably priced foods. Adolescent activity for several weeks, so
more time is given to this subject flesh, and the devil. girls, on the other hand, frequently that it can be kept on hand at all FcrryMors
I than ever before. So helpful have III. Doing the Will of God in a develop finicky appetites and times. Seed Co., 5..d
been the findings by laboratory ex Self-willed World (I Pet. 4:1-5). strange food habits. They may Homemakers can bake when- Grower. Dttrolt
aminations-blood count, X-ra"y, kid- Essentially there are two wish to go to school without break- ever it is convenient. And what and Sail Francisco.
ney, liver and gall bladder, and oth- principles operative in the opposing lives'of fast-a practice which must be delicious bread and rolls they can S.nd for Hem
er tests-that there was danger that discouraged as it lead to Such wholesome combinations fvtryPutt( Garden Catalog.
men-we either are controlled by may un- make. Us.F.rry'Gard a
the ing body all the, not attention.the mind As was receiv- God's will, or by self-will. The fleshis dernutrition from which "nerves"may as prune' bread, combiningboth DAIf Spray for.ff.e fiv
an upset really man's personality con- develop. white and whole wheat flour Insect control.
mind can
cause an upsetment of
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the various and the trolled by his own self-will. It re- with seeded, uncooked prunes .
processes to organs the extent that neart body sults in the kind of life described in Adolescents Like Variety refrigerator rolls, coffee cakes,
blood vessel, storpach and other, verses 2 and 3. When a man be- One way to help growing girlsto raisin bread, wholesome raised FERRY'S
y \ symptoms occur, it is onl logical comes a Christian he should move be energetic is to encouragethem doughnuts, waffles and buckwheat : AA' '
S. 5 that the upsetment of mind" should over into the will of God to eat some,form pf bread at cakes.It ,
V be first treated, if these symptomsare Such a man may be regarded as every meal. This'will help to keepup cannot be denied that breadis f
to be made to disappear. strange, but as a matter of fact, the fuel value of the diet at one of the oldest foods known to SEEDS
Copynght.-WNU service men will\recognize his 'godliness.- very little. expeJlSe man. But-just to prove that even

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IM.CL:: FOUK THE CLEWISTON NEWS .. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1930

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The Clewiston News I Clewiston will attend. Cars will I a red heart fashioned from pimen Barbara Lee Broadfoot, Doris' Simmons -I Embrey. ,. t
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: leave the church at 6:45. to. I Esther Brewer, Marilyn Davis Others attending were Mrs. A. R. .y I

The choir will rehearse on Monday Playing were Mrs. William H. Jo Ann Walker, Jo Ann Stough, ,.-
Published Broadfoot, Mrs. Wl. R. Broaderick, '
every Friday in Clewiston, evening at 7: .15. I Lanier, Mrs. L. C. Miller, Mrs. Emily 'Joyce Bullen, Gladys Jack-
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, Mrs. E. M. Cornette, Mrs. H. L.
Inc. Deacons to bo Ordained I Dave G. Alston, Mrs. G. B. Thomas son, Wilma Jean Tingle, Dorothy
Davis, Mrs. J. L. Davis, Mrs. I. R.
A special Ordination Service will Mrs. 'Schroeder; Mrs. Ezelle Young, Wanda Jean Shelfcr and
I I Holland,. Mrs. E. L. Hayes, Mrs.H. .
be conducted in the Baptist church .and Mrs. Bowden. ( Harriet Alston. ,
KEATHLEY BOWUEY, Editor E. Walker,. Mrs. G. E.. Wenz-
here Sunday afternoon,
on February26th loff, Mrs. M. E. Mines, Mrs. C. Nel-
at 2:30 o'clock for the pur- JUNIOR GIRLS' "CLASS BAPTIST W. M. S. MET
son, Mrs. C. W. Simmons, Mrs. Fred
Entered as second class mail matter pose of setting apart the deacons MET FRIDAY AFTERNOON ON TUESDAY AFTERNOON' .
February 1, 1927. at the Post Office In Topper, and Mrs. Clarence Kruger.
Clewiston, Florida, under the Act o! elected recently. Pastors'' of neighboring -
March 3, 1897.Sub.erlptlon. churches have been invitedto The Junior Girls' Class of the Mrs. Leslie Miller. Miss Marge

participate and Rev. Wj. 'L. Head Baptist Sunday School met Friday Hood,. Mrs. M. A. Thomas and Mrs.H. .

Rote 32.00 Per Year. will preach the sermon. Those to be afternoon for the regular' social Dl; Walker were hostesses Tues- Read The AdsJ.
ordained arc A. R. Broadfoot, B. meeting at the home of their .teacher day afternoon at the First Baptist
Advertising Rate On Application.
E. Herring, V. C. Woodward and Mrs. A. R. Broadfoot.The Church to the Baptist Women's

M. C. Vowell.! The public is cordially party was a Valentine affair, Missionary Society.The .
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Devoted of Clewiston to the advancement and Hendry and County.Churches welfare -. invited to attend. and games and contests 'appropri: meeting, was a business meet- INT. COUSE

ate to the day were enjoyed by the ing and several new members were Courtselor and Attorney at Law r

ST. MARGARET'S CHURCH I girls. Refreshments of candy, Ice taken into membership. They in- Hopkins Building

!!rnimlliji! I iU nli lrnmm!! IN OO CII 1 I lm mml l l1! 119JIV lmlllu1 Rev Fr.. L. J. Flynn, Pastor I cream and cake were Jacqueline served. clude Mrs.V' H. Mark, Mrs. Aub- Wednesdays and Saturdays
Attending were Bleu- rey Luke, Mrs. J. H. Simmons, Miss 0:30 to 4:00
-_ WITH THE. Mass Sunday morning will be at soe, Margery Allen, Mamie Trice, Elsie Lammons and Mrs. R. R.
r the usual hour, eight o'clock. I
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Confessions Saturday evening
m from 7:30 until 8:30 and 'before I .

LI1IIOO .mwJd Sunday Mass. At other times by
imffi
i wl ru request. .

COJLMUN'ITY CHURCH Devotions in honor of our Ladyof LOW'COST LEADER '

Royal Palm Avenue' ,Perpetual Help each Friday ev ,
ening. Heretofore the evening devo-
Forest C. Taylor, Minister tions were conducted at '7:30'but

I in the future the hour will be 8:00, or A GREAT LINE or rORDS I
.Morning worship and sermon next enabling more pepole to attend. It
Sunday at eleven o'clock. Religious Instruction Class for "' .

Sunday school every Sunday I children Saturday morning, followed At lower prices than last year's Ford V-8, the 1939 ,
morning at nine forty-five. ; by practice for the Children's
I
Christian Endeavor meeting Sun- Choir. Ford V-8.is bigger than before, better-looking, better $ I) it 00 EQUIPMENT
INCLUDED
day evening, at 6:30. I The essays written by the children riding, and still quieter. In 3 body types, a choice of StarefsFederaltazrseztraIS

/ The Junior Endeavor will meet "WV 1Y' Am a Catholic" wereso 60 horse-power or 85. SEE YOUR FORD DEALER TODAYI) THE PRICE
DELIVERED
,Monday afternoon at 3:30. satisfactory that it was impossible IN DETROIT I

Next Monday night, February 20, to judge the winners. The STYLE LEADERSHIP-The luxury STABILIZED CHASSIS-No front This H for the 60 h.p. Tudor i
is the time of the monthly meet- children are to be commended upon cars of the low-price field. end bobbing or dipping. Level Sedan illustrated and includes -
the fine efforts made, and for the starts, level stops, level ride. all the following:
ing of the Session. 'VmECYL ER ENGINE-
clarity and logic of their compo- SCIENTIFIC SOUNDPROOFINGBumpers and four bumper
Choir rehearsals on Monday and sitions. Small Eight cylinders cylinders give give.smoothness.economy. Noises hushed for quiet ride. guards Spare wheel, tire
Thursday evenings.The and tube Cigar lighter
Please do not forget the special
BRAKESEasyLOW PRICES-Advertised prices Twin air-electric horns Dual
public is very cordially invited diocesan collection Sunday for St. HYDRAULIC
include many items'of desirable windshield wipers Sun visor
acting-quick, straight stops.
to worship in the Community Mary's Orphans' Home in Jackson- equipment. Foot control for headlight

Church. ville and Our Lady Help of Christ- \ TRIPLE-CUSHIONED COMFORT- beams with indicator on instrument -
ians Orphans' Home in Tampa. New flexible roll-edge seat cushions panel.
I soft transverse springs, four t r 7 : ,
Rev. Wl. L. Brown, minister of
for
These two homes boys and girls hydraulic shock absorbers. '= .,,
the local Church of God, and Rev. deserve all the support we can pos- I +w ; P

Forest C. Taylor of the Community sibly afford. Please make a sacri- i

Church, drove to Canal Point last fice and give generously.Next .

Monday to ,attend the meeting ofl Wednesday, Ash Wednes-
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the Everglades Ministerial Associ day. marks the beslnninc of the to
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ation. A fine program was enjoyedby ,Lenten season, a time of feastingand ,,.
those present, including a number penace. No flesh meat is to be
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of visitors, and the ladies of eaten on that day. '
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Canal Point Methodist Church serv- Ash Wednesday is so called because

ed a delicious luncheon. blessed ashes, reminding us i !

The next meeting will be held of the fraility of life and the need

early in March at which the min- of penance, are placed upon our I

isters will have their wives as. their foreheads in the sign of the cross,
guests. It is the plan to have the preparing us for the penetentialseason. !II I
meeting in-tlie evening and in the I
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Clewiston Inn. i During Lent the beautiful services : -. '

known as the Stations' of the I I 60 H.P.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Cross, commemorating various phases II
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85 II P.
Marshall lines, Pastor. in the sufferings and death of ,

J Christ, will be conducted each Fri-

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Services every Sunday: evening services, and in Saint, l\Ia-1 I yy
Sunday School, 9:45 a.' m., B. ry's Church, Pahokee, similar ser- v.;.

E. Herring, Supt. vices will be conducted each Wednesday v v=
Morning Worship 11:00.: Ser- evening. :**:*
'. mon by. the Pastor. Members of the newly-organized :.OII::;: :t::::
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ENJOY
JB. Y. P. U. 6:30 p. m., V. C. Children's Choir are, girls: l\Iar :I::: ; y

Woodward, Directors et VonMach, Julia Ann ar-1 ;

Evening Preaching 7:30 p. m. Sue, VonMach, Nora Oglesby, j j ': c"f: U'

Sermon Service by the Pastor. or VonMach, Millie Bourne, Cor- / a Fl ; ; ALL EL ECTR-I t \
Midweek Wednesday rinne VonMach
every Mayme Johnson, '
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at 7:30 p. m. Patsy Meredith, and Mrs. I : : : : ';, :I:::

is organist. Boys: Hervey Edk k I i :-t HOME : :

Sermon .topic for Sunday morn- Edward VonMach, Nick Schiffli, I j! j ;_ _- 't_, **:!
ing: "What's On Your Sleeve?" ward Bourne, Dick Schiffli, .

Sermon topic for Sunday evening: Vaughn, and Junior Vaughn. 11 hyy
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"How to be Free Horn Sin". A The general public is 'cordially I vyy

beautiful anthem, "Loyal to Jesus" invited to attend any services in
will be sung by the choir. I :his church.
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Temperance Lesson I Electricity is the modern servant; a servant that I

This Sunday's Sunday School lesson 3IRS. PAFFORD ENTERTAINS ::: takes care of both the work and the pleasures of the :it::!: st

holic is Beverages"on the "Social and Perils promises of Alco-some WITH CHILDREN'S PARTY ::i;:;:;;: home and one that will do everything quickly, efficiently I:::.:'

very interesting points of discus- Mrs. L M. Pafford entertainedwith :;:"i':: and economically.: :::!:
sion. A special invitation to'every A
*a pretty children's party Fri-
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one to join us in our Bible class day aftrenoon celebrating the third
and take part in" this discussion at birthday of her daughter, Mary :_i::_: One penny will toast 26 crunchy slices of toast, or *::

9:45. Kay: A Valentine motif was' used :::: hours of safe ::
Washington's BirthdayThe for the decorations and party ac- ; ; give your eyes two reading light or operate !;:::,

mid-week service on Wednesday cessories. A white cake, decorated :;::;: your radio for most of a day-and-ELECTRICITY is :i::!:

will be devoted to a discussionof with tiny red hearts and three red ':** thing that cheaper the of it that ::
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one gets more use.
the topic:' "The Place of Religion candles, was served with ice creamto :..:. you i

in a Nation's Life". February22nd the children, and Valentine lollipops i- yy y

Is Washington's Birthday and were distributed as favors. .*.:;: That is why it is so easy to have and enjoy ,a home :::i:

this study falls directly in line with Those who helped Kay ,celebrateher ...:.
$!!*! that is all electric and d.
,this observance. The Scripture basis birthday were Bevoly Flanlken, : mo :...

will be taken from Psalm 33:12 Evelyn Dodge, Emma Jane Ezelle, 11 y 1h

and II Chronicles 7:14. "Shouldthe Carol Augur, Linda Lee, Heather '_ .y" :.
American Government be Re- Guthrie, Sue Cornette, Paul Bowden : r yi :

ligious?" "Should the church be John Perry, Howard Smith, :::: ::::
interested in affairs of state?" Billy Broadfoot Jimmy Knight. i i ELECTRICITY IS YOUR CHEAPEST SERVANT : :

"Does God have a world-plan for Donald Terrell, Arthur Wayne
America .y. .1t...
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These and other inter King, Ronald Hare, Gene Berry,

esting Come out questions and will be discussed. Betty Carol Flaniken and Tom'I :;::_: -USE IT EXTRAVAGANTLY. :s::*
celebrate the birthdayof Briant.
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our Nation's founder by joiningus ;yhy; I :

in this discussion.' Wednesday MRS. SHELLEY ENTERTAINED

evening, 7:45. / ,BRIDGE CI.iUn'EDXBSDt\Y 'y.+ .:..:.

Association Meets, ::::i: :ii:::

The Palm-Lake Association of Mrs. T. B. Shelley used a Valentine .;..f. AIV It. M.:..:.

Baptist Training Unions will meeton motif most cleverly Wednesday ."i. .:..:.
Tuesday evening at 7:45 in the afternoon in .. ......
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sentatives Canal Point from Baptist every Church. Baptistchur Repre- awarded bridge club.to Prizes Mrs. Keathley of perfume Bowdenfor wen J! Glades Power and if if't"
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present and special guests from for low and Mrs.. B. J. Schroederfor 1fi .. .
Okecchobee. Stuart, West Palm cut. +

Beach and Lake Worth have been A covering of cream cheese was 'Y .
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r High School Teams barges from Mobile to art Myers ,-F air Is pigeons, rabbits, water fowls and I gambling permitted on the Midwaythis
'
Capt. McDonald reported plenty
peacocks can be seen. The school
year and the Crescent Amuse-
'y,,,, Lose In Moore Haven "Sunshine ice and cold State.weather" Following north of Predicted To Be Hit exhibit being assembled by the ment Company who is furnishing

teachers and children of the various the rides and shows will cooperatewith
her the
.-- ly after came yacht
Both the Tigers and Tigeretteswere ren" of Nantucket, Mass., en Indications are that the' 21st grades will be an outstanding attraction the fair management and they
to Fort Myers. Thursday night this year. The colored state that they will not tolerate
considerably off form Tues- exhibition
of the Southwest
"Masonite" tied up'at school children will also show their gambling of any kind.
day night on the Moore Haven yacht I I
Fair In Fort Myers, Febru- .
court and lost lop-sided decisionsto government slips and proceeded handicraft.The
the boys and girls of the Glades to Miami :Friday morning. She 21st through 25th, inclusive,I Florida State Board of Conservation -
r county high school. longs to W. H. Mason, be one of the best and largest exhibit will be one of SUCrN oEiii
, ; t t In the Tigerettes' game Pullen : er of "Masonite", a building ever witnessed in this section. I the outstanding booths in the fair.
l _.\ras., high scorer for the team with I terial. The captain said he. did in the county, and This exhibit wil include a large
six points and Bethea was next see the city dock as there was exhibits are busy this com-I: array of mounted fresh and saltwater
? ;.1 with; five.., VonMach scored one field Tight on it. their prize fruits and veg; fish. Live quail, pheasants,
goal for the remainder of the'. Late Friday ,evening Col. C; for display. The last min' foxes, coons, turkeys, whooping
Clewiston points. 'Stalls of Moore O'Conner of Clearwater berthed rush. is on among the women cranes and other wild life will be
Haven scored 29 points of her I yacht "Psaras" at the city are making jellies, jams, mar- on display in this exhibit. ,Some fif-
team's 38, the final tally being enroute to Clearwater followed candied fruits, fancy work ty or more varieties of fresh and
; .. 38-13. little later by the yacht "Gypsy handicraft which will com- salt water fish are now being pre-
\ The boys' took many shots at of Norfolk enroute to Fort for prizes in the Woman's De- pared for exhibit in refrigeratorshow 41. 1
the goal but were unable to put These two were soon joined for cases.Tuesday cr'
,all
,. them through the net, no score night by Fred A. Poor's yacht The United States Sugar Corpor- February 21st, is Child-
being made by the Tigers until da" of N. Y. The "Gypsy III" of Clewiston is making elab- ren's Day and all school children
well into the second quarter. Mean- ed over Saturday morning and plans for a display featur- from the"five counties will be ad- 4 1
time the Moore Haven Terriers with joyed a fishing trip in Lake the sugar industry in South mitted free at the front gate. Wednesday -
long shots piled up slowly but chobee. The motor sailer Henry Partin of Kissimmee afternoon a Dog, or Mutt,
surely a good safe lead. Brantley Bill" of Port Washington, N. bringing some of his finest Brah- show will be held. in front of the
I :. scored two points, Winn two and spent Saturday night at the stock to the' Southwest Florida grandstand. Each person owninga
Owen two for the total of six ment slips and proceeded on and will show crosses with dog will be admitted free to
for the Tigers. Each of the Terriers Fort Myers Sunday morning Guernsey and other breeds. compete with his entry. Cash prizes gForaSial
I scored at least 3 points and a fishing trip on Lake cattlemen will compete for will be given for the largest
J Adkins was high with seven for a Saturday afternoon. The in this department and are dog, smallest dog, best trained The Modern Merchant
total of 24. continued on her way to Miami their stock for the Fair. dog, best dressed dog, loudest Doesn't, wait for SALES
Pullen, Bethea and Hooker were ly Saturday. About noon 400 local poultry entries have barking dog, ugliest dog,' prettiest ''-
the Clewiston forwards and Bailey, the yacht "Karen" returned been booked for the Poul- dog, best bred dog, etc. HE ADVERTISES
VonMach and Johnson started at Fort Myers to Palm Beach and Building. In addition to this, There will be absolutely no
the guard positions. "Wethington cruiser "Elsia" came through
i substituted for Bailey and Leiter route from N. Y., to vbMMW.
for VonMach.In Later in the day the cruiser i I II 1 1.I
the boys' game Hare and A-Leah" returned from Fort
Vaughn started at forward, Brant- enroute to Fort Lauderdale.
ley at center and Winn and Owen cruiser "Mary" of New York
3 at guard. VonMach subbed for Hare, rived late in the evening and
Waldron and Patterson for Vaughn, ed over Saturday night at the The Bill
Ford for Winn and Lang for Owen. docks proceeding on to Miami Murphy

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Boca Grande Wins : Early Monday morning the .
: gineer cruiser "Mayport" towed
Two Close Games damaged "Kissimmee" to 1
marine ways in Fort Myers -
she will be lebuilt. Monday :, v Provides
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, the closest i ,
Two of basketball the yacht "H. A. T. II" of New
games of the season were played leans berthed at the local I
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: I on the local court last Friday night and proceeded, to Miami early II
when the Tigers and Tigerettes of I day. Just after noon '
Clewiston played the Tarpons and the "Sandpiper" of Sarasota I
That Your Goes
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Tarponettes of Boca Grande. The through enroute to Miami. Property
'.
: local boys' team lost by a score
". of 43-37 and the girls lost 13-10.
Boy Scouts HearPresident's
: Hare was high point scorer for
,! s the Tigers with twelve' points..and "
G. Parketon led for the :Tarpons : .
with 18 points. Kuhl of the Tarp- t. '. To The State

ons made .14 points. On Tuesday ,night the .
The starting lineup' was Hare of the Clewiston Boy ,Scout
(gt., and "Waldroti, ,forwards; Brantley, met at the home of the I"F
center, Owen and 'Winn guards. "
j-fv' er to hear a, radio message
\ Vaughn, VonMach and Ford 'substituted. President Franklin D. Roosevelt
the Boy Scouts America.. Irredeemable If Yon Do
In the girls' game Bethea was
The President, in his talk,
high scorer for Clewiston with six
:that the greatest need of the
and Pullen made the remainingfour. ,
try at this time was for more of
Leroy of the Tarponettesmade
teachings and practice of Boy '
11'' of her teams thirteen Not Redeem Your'I
points. honor. This talk was the :F:
of the celebration marking the
Pullen, Bethea and Hooker were
anniversary of the scout
starting forwards; Wethington,
ment in the United States.
Leiter and VonMach were starting
guards. Ricks, Bailey and Johnson The local troop recently I Delinquent Taxes Before I
were substitutes. a display in the window of
\ Clewiston Supply Company store I
I
NAUTICAL NOTES minding everyone of the
part in Scouting. The troop is
ing on an overnight hike .
.: (By Knotts) night to begin a series or;: I I 'y JUNE 1939

(Moore Haven Democrat) studies. S
i i Thursday the tug "Anita B. Parents of the local boys :'J1.JIJ.: ,
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,\ S Hope" of Mobile came through urged to attend the weekly ::, : : ; .
from Norfolk to Mobile returningfrom ings on Wednesday night at ,. -
'I taking a large barge there. scout hut and see the program
She will now assist the "RobertM. "learning by doing" practiced '
,''I Hope" in towing eight more the boys. Because of the Murphy Bill you can redeem your, prop .

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--U -- Clewiston South Bay a general election year collections The Vero Beach Chamber of
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.Li--- ; Commerce sent resolutions to all
Clewiston's Senior High team 54000.
from poll taxes were only \ "
who tied the South Bay JunIor Current county and district tax the Florida Congressional delegates joI
SCHOOL NEWSEditor High team when they came here protestingthe 25 9& reduction of HUNTING
collections were almost exactly the sugar acreage imposed on the Fells- '
last week were so enraged when for ;
__._ Bill Owe South Bay put in the paper that same as the previous year and were mere Sugar Producers Association.l '
Ass't Editor ...__? J. D. Hooker the Eagles won in that rainy day $96,000 less than the year 1935-36. Considerable unemployment will result -; I MoreBUSINESS

Sports Editor _._._ Dick Owen farce that they just tore South There was an increase of $103,000in from this quota restriction It

Bay to threads Thursday when they I racing commission funds available is feared. Try Our Ads
played a return game there. The
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MONTHLY IIOXOK ROLL Junior High Game result of special acts of the last READ THE ADS

Clewiston vs. Pahokee legislature to aid .schools in cer- -

First grade-Lionel Beatty, Bob- FahoKee's Junior High teams tain counties. .
by Berner Richard Knight Jimmy played our junior high teams here Funds from all sources available -I .
Roberson Volney Robbins Gilbert' last Monday and won fifty per cent for the schools during 1937-38

Stiles Harry Vaughn and Shirley I' of the games. It was our girls' first totaled $22,587,817. In 1936-37 the THE &'&& ROAD MATSRIAL
Elizabeth
win our boys first loss.
Be nbo'. gy[r ; total was $24.272,600 and in 1935-
Win nmade six points for the Junior -
36 this total was 23159542.
Second grade Shirley Owen Tigerettes, Kathleen Chapman llu&D ,
Bobby Hanna. Charles Miner Nadine made 2 and Thelma Ricks 2. State sources provided 52% of i
Andrews Marjie McCracken The boys score was 16-12 with all revenueLocal county and district -
Alfred Dodge. Jack Davis and Chris- Murphy of Pahokee high scorer sources available for support
tine Espenlaub. for the Blue Devils with six points and maintenance of schools provided :Greats
30% of the total. Local revenue -
I credited to him. Prevatt, Redish sr
Third iI'ade-CliICord Beatty, and Slonaker made four each for for debt service was 17%. Other x
Carline Berner, Barbara Bruce, Clewiston. sources including federal funds
Mary Kathryn Dyess Betty Jean provided less than one per cent

Moody. Merits Of Limerock of the total. How Reduce

Fourth trade-Jo Ann Crouch, o
Ruth Emrich June Espenlaub, Mary Shown In Advertising Car Burns Despite
Ruth Johnson Janice Norton Nancy .
Wright Eloise Welch and Clar- Lucky License Plate. >
future Taxes
ence Stiles. Ocala. Feb. 16.-Special-
newspaper advertising campaign is
Fifth grade Wanda Sheller Jim Moore Haven Democrat)
being started this month to acquaint of Clewiston
H. Burrows came
Moody, Jean Augur, Nora Oglesby
Joan Walker. Emily Bullen and tax-payers of Florida with !here Tuesday night to buy a new
the tax-saving benefits and everlasting I license plate for his Plymouth
David Belcher. '
qualities of Florida's lime- 'coupe and asked-Tax Collector J. :: -Ti- With future taxes promising to reach

Sixth grade-Lewis Blount, Rich-.rock as a road-base material according P. Moore for a "lucky tag". No. 410 ---J= -. forbidding heights,here's one way to
ard Hanna, Nick Schiffli, Parmelia" to an announcement todayby was next in line and he jokinglysaid reduce the tax-burden for yourself and yourchildren
_____.. Bettv McDuffie. Christine Leon B. Thrasher, Ocala engi that he believed "that it wouldbe
e. Limerock As- in years to come. insist that all new roads builtin
neer-director of the
Redish and Sue YonMach. lucky enough.
sociation of Florida. your part of the state have a Limerock-base. Asa
He was less than two miles from I
Seventh grade-Marianne Jonet. road base material Limerock is Florida's
The educational efforts of the town on the way to his home when great tax-
Eighth grade-Ann Pafford Gloria Limerock Association will be carri- his car collided with one driven saver because it is everlasting. The cost of Limerock-

McDuffie and Elbert Hooker. ed on throughout the year, :Mr. by a negro and caught fire as it base highways is lower than
Thrasher said. The most important finally stopped on the edge of the W to r4I that of any other so-called
Ninth grade-Mary Johnson. part of the program is the news- canal. Burrows was uninjured and L
permanent-type pavement
paper advertising campaign which showed up Wednesday with his
Tenth grade-Dick Owen and I -' ...far lower,in the long run,
will appear in nearly 150 daily and burned "lucky" plate for a re .4
Renee Wethington who received an weekly newspapers in Florida. placement. 1 s i ; than temporary hard-sur-
A in every subject as well as de- "
facing because there is
"Through newspapers we can no
portment. s reach every citizen of Florida whoIs ?F costly replacement problem ....

Eleventh grade-Florence Graham concerned with the state's pro- every few years. *No prop
,- J. D. Hooker, Louis Letter, gress. Every forward looking Flor- WIN YOUR RACE| erly-laid Limerock-base road
Dick Owen. should be eager to place the For Business
lidian I Supremacy ] in Florida has everrequired
expenditure of tax-dollars for high- .
Twelfth grade-LeRoy Hare Ro-: ways on the most economical and By Advertising I replacement. When the all-

berta Spicer and Bernice Guthrie. permanent basis possible and we weather, non-skid surface

II want all such citizens to know of -i ,_ wears out after many years
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SPORT :NEWS the economy advantages of Lime- of useit is simple and very

By Dick Owen I rock", Mr. Thrasher explained. inexpensive to apply a new surface. It takes fewer
I "The unequalled qualities of
Clewiston vs. Moore Haven: Limerock as a road-base materialare .t tax-dollars to maintain Limerock-base roads in perfect -

The Tigers suffered another loss. such that Florida's citizens condition. Only Limerock offers true, long-

(6-24) when they failed to keep should rejoice that they possess a FOR SALE range-economy in road-buUding. A Limerock base is ;')

up with the scoring of Moore Hav tax-saving native resource that is the life of a good highway. everlasting, resilient_ \ .>>
en's strong boys team last Tuesday one of the world's finest and most indestructible. Limerock-base roads are unsurpassedfor

evening on the opponent'scourt. permanent road-base materials" he Ltmch and bar equipment includ- smooth riding-comfort. Insist on Limerock-base
Clewiston scored only six declared. ing restaurant-size electric refrigerator -
highways and reduce future .
taxes.Grodat&L
points, Owen Winn and Brantley stools chairs, tables, your .
making one field goal each. Moore School Revenue counters, display case steam
Haven substituted no one and the cooker glass percolators griddle

-five in played equally well. Declines During Year fans ceiling fan, dishes $35O
The gins pulled themselves together cash. Xot sold separately this (
and played: one of the beat price.

games- they have played this SEa- Tallahassee Feb. 16.Florida
son. The score when the final school revenue declined $1,795,000 f

whistle blew that announced the during the last school year accord- W. C. OatesI of Fed Q,I FLORIDADO ..

game had ended was 38-13. This, ing to a summary of county reports
I realizeis rather lop-sided but released today by State Superintendent -I 1037 Crawford St. Fort ;Myers

certain: handicaps had to be overcome Colin English. I ..
and you must admit that the School revenue from tax redemptions -I
Moore Haven Terrierettes are avery was $1.330,000 less duringthe

strong team. But during the year 1937-38 than the previous \
last half Clewiston held them to year. This decrease of 66Sc
an 8-9 score which showed when is attributed principally to the operation -
they got started they were pretty: of the :Murphy act.
good. Betty Stalls made 29 pointsfor Prior to the removal of the poll YOU HAVE TROUBLE ON HILLS
her team and May Mcllroy made tax as a requirement for voting,
the remaining nine. Hooker Bethea the schools collected at least ?300000 ,-
and Pullen scored small sums for on a general election year
the TigerettesT from this source. During 1937-38 l 2
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Nn LOin and you shall receive further good

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/ .f. I as a few _bars were played on the
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W. H. Lanier, Mrs. C. J. Lovvorn,

:: PERSONAL and SOCIETY !: Mrs. Otto Larsen Mrs., O. C. Landon Rev. and Mrs. F. C. Taylor were Mrs.story Herman w'hen correctly Scharnberg completed.received -

It Mrs. B. P. Luce, Mrs.. 'E. C. hosts to the Junior Girls'-- Class of the in
x the Community Sunday School prize this contest.
ata
Mills, Miss Ollie Moorman, Mrs. E.
.!. weiner roast held on the levee Mrs Owen's guests included Mrs.
I .;. !:. P. Mutrux, Mrs. 11leIuh, Mrs.
..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.,.:..:_..:_..:...:_..:..._:...:..:..:_..:_..:_..:_..:_.._:...:...:,.._:...:...:...:.._.................n......_ C.: E. Miner, Mrs. C. Nelson, Mrs.J. I the Friday: class evening meeting.in connectiou, with J.. T.Deane Duff, Mrs.Duff,Russell,Mrs. Duff William, Mrs.F. .

Dave Alston was a business visitor Mrs. T. M. Dechman of Pahokee G. Niblack, Mrs. W. C. Owen, Class officers elected were as Lucaa, Mrs., Eric (s
.. in Tampa the first of the week. and Mrs. Dan Dechman of Canal Mrs. W. C. Pre'vitt, Mrs. M. M. follows: president, Mauryne Prew- Brodin, Mrs. H. !

Point were in Clewiston Tuesday I Prewitt, MrsR.. V. Patterson, Mrs.: itt; vice president, Nancy Wright; J. B. Scharnberg, Mrs. H. V. Briant,
", Mrs. R. C. Nowling visited rela- I Mrs.! Paul Brianl, Mrs. T. K. Crane,
I attending the Valentine party at Ivey Pafford, secretary, Ann 'afford; treasurer,
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tives in Fort Myers Saturday. which Mrs. F. Deane Duff was I Mrs. O. A. Jones,, Mrs. J, W. Francis -
Barbara
Mrs G. B. Rackstraw Bruce. '
Mrs. F.
I Mrs. H. A. Bestor
hostess. Mrs.! F." M.
M. Rodriguez, Mrs, Herman Scharn- Members who enjoyed the weiner
Wright, Mrs. J. D.
Mrs. C. J. Lovvorn is spending Bruce, Mrs. O.
;' today in Canal Point with friends. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Nall motored I berg, Mrs. O. F. Schiffli, Mrs. T. roast were Jo Ann Crouch, Car- F. Schiffli, Mrs. R. Y. Patterson,

to Madison Saturday, vsiiting Mrs. 1 B. Shelley, Mrs. E. L. Stewart, line Berner, Ogie Arnett, Pat Baileys Mrs. M. W. Bigg, Mrs. C. ,L. Downs
Mrs. W. F. Simpson, Mrs._ G. H. Mary Louise Thomas, Anne Paf-
1 Mr. and Mrs. R. Y. Patterson Nail's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. and Mrs. W. C. Prewitt. '
spent the week-end in, Jacksonville. Munroe.Mr.. Nall also spent Monday Small, Mrs. R. N. Smith, Mrs. H. ford, Jean Augur, Barbara Bruce, t
r r and Tuesday in Albany on, busi- H. Turner, Mrs. J. F.: Tippey, Mrs.G. Betty McDuffie, Gloria McDuffie,
ness. B. Thomas, Mrs. Forest C. Grace Ward, Sally Graham, Mari- Farley To Speak
i Mr. and Mrs. A. TV Lawrence Taylor, Mrs. M, E. VonMach, Mrs. anne Jones.

,; were visitors at Bok Tower Sun- W. P. Jr., Mrs. W. P.
Miss Eleangr Flynn, sister of I I Vaughn On Radio SaturdayMayor
day. I Vaughn, Sr., Mrs. H. T. Vaughn,
Rev. Lawrence J. Flynn, pastor of :SIRS.' W. C. OWEN HOSTESS
j Mrs. A. O. Ward, Mrs. F. M. -
St.
t Margaret's Catholic church, AT TEA WEDNESDAYMrs.
cm Grover
C. Hodge, county, agent arrived in Clewiston last Wright, Mrs., George Yon, :Mrs. I. > F. Deane Duff, chairmanof
I for' Glades and Hendry counties, having come from Philadelphia Thursday to, D. Leydig, Mrs. Martha Ludekins, "--- the Jackson Day Committee in

j was a visitor here Friday. assume the duties of housekeeper :Mrs. Olin Carleton, Mrs. H. V.Briant W. C. Owen' was hostess at this county has asked the Newsto

I at the Catholic rectory. Mrs.' Mildred May, Miss : a delightful tea at her ,home Wednesday notify all readers that the

Miss Cynthia Mae Mabbette ot Thurston, Mrsv\ :M. H. Scotti, Mrs. afternoon complimentingseveral Hon. James A. Farley, chairmanof

Fort Myers was transacting busi- Among those attending the bas- W. M. Bradnack, Mrs.' Fred Cur- out-of-town visitors. the National Democratic ;Executive -

ness in Clewiston this morning. ketball game in Moore Haven Tues- ry, Mrs. J. A; .:McGehee, Mrs. Mary During the afternoon clever Committee will make a Jackson -

day night were Mr. and Mrs. R. Y. Kettl, Mrs. H. J. Oglesby, Mrs. J. original musical contest was con- 'Day radio address on Saturday
A. H.' Brown of the Jacksonville Patterson, Mr. nad Mrs. A. W. E. Beardsley, Mrs. T. K. Crane, ducted, in which each guest was between the hours of ten and ten-

office of U. S. Engineers was a Lawrence, M.V.. Migg, M. E. Von )I Mrs. William Lucaa. asked to fill in the titles of songs thirty.Double .
business visitor here this week. '
Mach and Chas. Benson.


Mrs. Judson Francis of Canal )n s. DUFF ENTERTAINSAT I c ..- u' 'k'. ti : .. w ":
i Point is visiting her parents, Mr. INN TUESDAYOne
and Mrs. A. O. Ward.

1l' of the prettiest parties of I
Mr., and Mrs. John Lucaa were
the season was the bridge and Michigan : FOR SALE
visitors: in West Palm Beach, Sat- : _
urday.J. party at which Mrs. F. .
Deane Duff entertained on. Tuesday -

Denham Bird and Wm. Coleman at.the Clewiston Inn.. ,, ,"" "'""'- -.r.-, .... ", ---.J::;'::;.. L1?; :!= t"__"! ,;j-; ,

of West Palm, Beach were vis- Tables for play were arrangedon

I iotrs here Monday. the upstairs porch. Valentine 19
; tallies and other accessories were 16 CABIN CRUISER

{11/1:/ Tax Collector Frank A. Dougherty used.. 2

ty of LaBelle was transacting business !- A beaded necklace and braceletset I
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v':) in Clewistou. Monday. went to Mrs. W. P. Vaughn ,

Jr., who won high core at bridge I Less than six months old Oak frame Bottom Brass
I Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Lovvorn ,spent and a like set to Mrs. _Paul Briant ,

Sunday afternoon visiting in Canal who won high score at Michigan.
Point. 1I. 1 Mrs. W. C. Owen received a pret- Screws used Throughout. A fine boat For fishingCLEWISTON parties. Cash

ty multi-colored bag as second high

Mrs. D. M. Draughn and daughters prize at bridge, Mrs. T. B. Shelley or Terms.-P. O. 'BOX 6429, FLORIDA.

I Misses Elizabeth 'and Mary who: won third at bridge and.Mrs.. .

i Ann, of Moore Haven were visiting W. A. Davis, who was second at
)f M J.i } t mt
in Clewiston Saturday.Mrs. Michigan received luncheon sets
!n fiesta colors. Mrs. O. F. Schiffli

J. R. Deadwyler of West and Mrs. C. J. Lovvorn, who held
Palm Beach spent the week-end low scores received lovely pins. I'I

here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.' _C. E. Miner who drew the

I t.L. Mrs I. S. Bell. lucky number was presented with
J i :, a Valentine box of candy. Mrs. J. T.

Mr. and Mrs. Jones Bryan spenta Duff and Mrs. Russell Duff received -

few days in Tampa visiting relatives guest prizes from their

I an'd attending the Florida hostess: '"
'
r' State, Fair. Following the card games the

guests were invited into the .dining -

Mrs. A. R. Broadfoot and son, room downstairs where many "

Billy; and Mr. and Mrs. C. Nelson others joined them for tea. A chicken -

were visitors Thursday in Fort My salad course and cakes decorated -

ers.. with red cherries was servedat f 'vr r ,al.
the refreshment hour.

The guest list included Mrs. Dave
Associate Engineer A. H. Brownof '
Alston, Mrs. Horace A., Bestor, Mrs.
Jacksonville district U. S. Engi-
B. A. Bourne, Mrs. M. W. Bigg, 'I
l\ neer office, was a business visitor
Mrs. Bowden Mrs.
here Wednesday. Keathley C. H.
Berner, Mrs.: J. D. Bruce, Mrs.

I I' Eric Brodin, Mrs. Paul Briant,
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11rs.H.. A. Land ,Mrs. A. P.
: Mrs. Sidney Crochet, Mrs. T. M.
Mr's.
: L.
Wynn, C. Miller, H. C.
rec'entI I Dechman, Pahokee,. Mrs. Dan Dech-
a\1, Avant and. Gene Land were
man, Canal Point, Mrs. J. T. Duff,
,i visitors in Tampa, attending the :
Mt. Pulaski, Ill., Mrs... Russell Duff
ii DeSoto Exposition. I II
It Springfield, Ill., Mrs. 'V:. A. Davis, I
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Mrs. C. L. Downs Mrs. Dur-
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and Foy
i Mr. Mrs. B. J. Schroder had
rence, 1\ rs. Bessie Elliott Mrs.J. .
. as their guests for the week-end
W. Ezelle, Mrs. J. W; Francis
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; 1Irs.H.. R. Hall,' Mrs. Fred Hen- :? +,r.: :?Y 6'' 'o. m''t..ia'':";N.d f=a: ... .::%oa.z r rh ,,,
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. Mrs. H. F. Johnson and ,Mrs. Fred .rj,, '..;,,,+.,.n.,:.x....:..,1.;;: '< s;, }.;:y '' .(,a:YyY::$:v fo
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ricksen, Mrs. M. J. Hirsch, Mrs. :; \. ..ritw t
: Joss of Stuart.
I John Higgins, Mrs.' A. L. Hackett,

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Mrs. Wyiiam Lucaa of New York

,City and Mrs. Eric Brodin of Philadelphia CHEVROLETS .
' ,. L are visiting Mrs. Lucaa's '

Sister, Mrs. Herman Scharnbergand I ,: ..., ,J
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her son, John Lucaa. Good FarmLand .

Mrs. Tom Hurst and her sisters, core to Florido by train ', : :JI'

Mrs,. Gracie Patterson and Miss
Abbie Metzer spent Tuesday In

Sarasota and vicinity on a sightseeing V,

trip.

; t for Rent ,==5j=ajL Chevrolet long ago ananjaaF5 your new low-priced car? Make it a:
'
: Mrs. A. B. Hunt and Mrs. J. D.
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doned the drive-away Chevrolet and be sure of satisfaction.Chevrolet's .
Baigrie of LaBelle visited from
method of delivering automobiles to higher quality and: lower
' Sunday until Thursday with their
dealers. The drive.away car faces all i prices have made it the most popularthe
daughter
and Mrs.B. .
granddaughter, t
of the -ear-and best of all,
E. Herring and Mr. Herring. hazards of the highway, goes car ) you
1" through the critical "break-in" 4' J' can be absolutely sure that you get

1- i .Mr. and Mrs. F. Deane Duff 'period in thc hands of an unknown \ 4 l ivhat you pay for, with all its famous

, have as their guests Mr. Duff'I TrespassersWill driver, and comes to you with part of features exactly as they left the last

mother, Mrs. J. T. Duff ot Mt. the tire and engine mileage you pay for \ <' twrough-goittg inspection at the factory.

!I Pulaski, Illinois, and his, nephew Be gone forever. It is(\a used car in every So put your money in the safest

I and niece, Mr. and Mrs. Russell sense of the word. 'Because Chevrolet You're the FIRST to buy in the low-price field the car

,r I Duff of Springfield; Ill. .) ProsecutedClewiston believes you are entitled to a genuinely you ,know is new and,Tight the

I '}I'W car, Chevrolets are shipped not drive your new car car that; America has placed first
i Mr. and Mrs. B. 0. Hollis fo driven, from factory to you. in sales because "Chevrolet's the
\ I Detroit, Michigan, spent a week "
Why take.any1 chance when you buy Choice.
: in Clewiston, while on a vacation ..
visit to Florida. The guests left
F' for 'a stay in Cuba and will return
I I I to .Clewiston en route home.

I' -
I I Realty And
Several members of the state agricultural I :

" adjustment committee including I I

H. G. Clayton, administrative -! DevelopmentCorporation Clewiston MotQ 'D Company '

officer, James Love, Gainesville !
' W. B. Anderson, Marianna,

! I {:r\.j H.' C. Brown, Clermont and Ralph \

I -- B. Chapman, Sanford, are in Clewon ., Clewiston Florida '
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CHAPTER Continued straight goods" lamented the unhappy those leaky contracts on us?" other five thousand for Martin. She, champion equipment chicks.and experience Oldest hatchery to produce In
1 -16- schemer. "How'm I goin' to "I expect he did." wanted to get even with Lawyer Georgia and first in state to bloodtest. '
Moby looked troubled. "I don't break that to him?" "Then haven't I got a right to get Gormine. She emitted what, from a' Write today. .
get it. I don't get either, of you. "Don't," advised Marne dimpling even?" less alluring source, might hav' ,
He says he's always known you." "Life'll be simpler if he "I expect you have." been designated as a squawk."I BLUE RIBBON HATCHERY
"So he has," returned Marne. doesn't know. Maybe he'll let me "That's all I'm trying to do." never said I wouldn't hold out
215 Forsyth St., S. W., Atlanta Ca.
"Far be it from me to gum your alone now." "By false" pretenses. That's dan- for the money. I only said I wouldn't,
game, baby," said Moby. "I guess "What's this about letting you gerous. sign his old paper without consult-: ,
I've been shootin' off my face too alone?" queried Liggy, frowning. "It isn't false pretenses. I never ing a lawyer. I'm going to get me, --- -
much." "Where does this Big Boss person said I was Marion Van Stratten. a lawyer.
said figure in your life?" Gormine said that. I'm' not com- "I'm for,
"I don't know what you've a good enough lawyer ( SAFETY TALKS )
but you might as well finish it. Tell "If 'it comes to that," snapped pelled to wise him" up to his own you," he retorted inexorably:
him, Moby." Moby Dickstein "I don't just figure mistakes, am I? "There's the dotted line."

The Dickstein jaw wobbled. "The where you figure. "But you're going to get the Gloria protested. She implored.She Walking on the Highway
whole thing?" "Then I'll tell you. Miss Van money 'as Marion Norman Van stormed. She wept. He had
"The whole thing. If you don't, I Stratten is going to marry me. Stratten." only one reply. IT'S, an art, this walking along
will. He's experiencedman Aren't you Marne?" "I sure am. And give you and "Jail. highway, and not every-
a strong,
body who does it lives to tell aboutit
of the world. He can stand it." "I hate to disappoint you, Liggy, Marne your share of it. '"I'd go to jail for fifteen. grand."
afterward. At least third of
dear but I'm afraid not." a
He put his hand over hers. "For how long?
If want it that
"O-kay, baby. you the pedestrians fatally injured in
"Miss Van Stratten "You're kid Gloria. I'd hateto "I don't "
way, you get it that way. This gal, specified a good know. A year. rural districts are struck while
he informed the wondering Mr. Moby, making a valiant effort toward see you go to jail." "This'd be ten. Maybe more."
the
walking along roadway, according -
:Morse, "is strictly synthetic. I recovery, "is goin' to marryA. "Jail, my eye. They can't put "Sweet cheese'n crackers!" said to of the National
figures
Leon Snydacker President of in jail for trying." the
made her up, myself. Out of the me girl, shaken. council. And about two-
Safety
Purity Pictures, Inc. You ought to "They 'can for trying too hard.
"Even for like
society columns and the, Blue Book. a patient guy me, thirds of these were walking with
Built to specifications. To match ter years would be a long wait," he their backs to approaching traffic.In .

ths boss' notion of what a debu- pointed out. many places, sidewalks are
tante-" "Wait for what?" asked Gloria being built parallel to the high-
"Day-bun-tay," corrected Marne. IIi: wideeyed."For ways to segregate motor and pedestrian E
"Forget it! Of what a swell young you.t. to come out," he explained traffic, but in places
society girl ought to be. She pickedthe with one of his rare and ex-: where they aren't yet built, the
name; I give her credit for that. pressive grins. council hasthese four suggestionsto
But it was me that fixed up the ",
"Oh! said Gloria. "Well! In that offer:
family to fit." case Lemme see that paper' 1-Walk on the left side of the
Liggy appealed to Marne. "Whatis again." road.

he braying about?" It ended in her signing the agreement 2-At night, carry a light.

Marne winked shamelessly. "The expressly abandoning any 3-Wear light clothing or at
Van Strattens. Moby's been play- claim of whatsoever kind upon A., least some article of clothing

ing their supposed glories on me iV: : : ; .1' Leon Snydacker, his heirs or as-' that's white, to make it easier for
like a spotlight." signs. (Martin had put that in to the motorist to see you. x

"The society Van Strattens," that give it a legal flavor.) But she in; 4 Walk on the shoulder of the

gentleman amplified. "The kid sisted upon typing her signature."No road instead of the pavement,

hadn't even heard of old Mrs. Mar- forgery for me," announcedthe where possible, to keep from forc-
cia Van Stratten, who's a headliner suddenly cautious Miss Glam- ing cars into the path of oncoming

if there ever was one." our. "You pee, I've got a specialyen traffic.

Lines of bewilderment corrugatedMr. now to stay out of jail," she'
Morse's candid brow. "What v< ? explained sweetly. Relieve discomfort

the devil is all this?" he barked, ttt "That ought to be a relief to Gormine's -' WATERY' of head cold.
Put 2 drops of
shifting his suspicious from soul .
the
gaze opined young man, Penetro Nose
Moby's ingenuous countenance to PFb : : ,,,,, addressing the missive to the lower HEAD!:: Drops in each

Marne's subdued grin. g>}:}. > n } .: Broadway number given him by' nostril-the con-
.Jd' '
"No, sir. Wouldn't have known : $ ( : Gloria.It COID tained menthol,
camphor, eucalyp-
whether the old dame was a female was not. Instead it roused dark tol soothe irri- 'f()
mountain climber or'an operatic forebodings in the mind of its -re- tated, congested t
star till I dug her out of the r: w: 9f i yM y cipient. What kid of game was this, membrane of

files." anyway? Was she holding off for E nose plement, throat-sup-shrinking

"Did you tell him that?" Liggy more money? And what did that action of; ephe-
demanded of the girl. typed signature mean? This, above -! ephedrinepermit
"Anyway, how would she know?" "I'm not going to marry anybody" she repeated angrily. all else, struck his legalistic and breathing.

pursued Moby charitably. "She be- suspicious mind unfavorably. NOSE
read the Big Boy he add- Didn't Gormine ask to sign PEN ETRO .
papers, you DROPS
in' from the sticks somewhere where Prompt action was indicated. He
they don't prob'ly get the New York ed patronizingly. "They ran my story paper? decided to go back over the ground
the buddin' all "Yes.
on romance over
and sniff about for what he
papers. might
the "Don't do it." The Bruise WeakensThe
"Did tell him that Marne?" place. pick This time he took
you up. a night
insisted Mr. Morse. "Budding pig's-foot," said Mr. "I don't get the money until I train. least strength suffices to
Morse with emotion. "There's noth- sign." break what is bruised.-Ovid.
"I'm tellin' you," continued Mo- On the morning of his arrival, Kel-
"
"You'll get indicted if do.
ing to that. Is there, sweetie? you
by intent upon his theme. "I hand- Hare had to town to do
"How do I know until I've seen sey gone
"I'm not to
going
marry any-
ed out old Madam Van Stratten body,",stated the girl. Mr. Gormine's little paper?" some shopping. ,Feeling no special lOST YOUR PEP ?
neatly done in blue ribbon. 'She'syour (
up "Blackmail, mayhem, and arson, inclination to return to an atmos-
"Then I might as well be going, Here .Is Amazing Relief for ;ti
grandmother I to the "
says in
phere conspicuously lacking cam-
probably.
Bowelst.
,surmised Liggy dolefully. Condition. Due to Sluggish
kid.A "I'll bring the paper to you and araderie, he procured a supply of t1_ It'outhl.nkaUlautlv
stuttering repetition of the "Same here. Give me a lift as lit 1 lUj_ 1J act alike, ,1l5t try this
word you can read it first. newspapers and magazines and sat 'III_" _, all v.Q.tabl.laaativ..
"Grandmother" far as the village? asked Moby. .: .ltI".I""II-1JI-D": 80 mild tnorough, re.freshlng .
was jolted forth in the of the Park
"Nothing and less, than nothing lobby House ,' InvIgorating. Dependable relief from
from Liggy's numb amazement. "Get in. doing! Now you list and give heedto moodily reading them. He was in- sIck headaches blllous spellS, tired feeling.. when
"That's what I said: 'Grandmother. "Just a second," requested your Uncle Marty, kid. Don't terrupted by the approach of an ASSOciated Without wIth Risk constipation.ruggl ?Makeftheta m then
She's your grandmother,' like Marne. "Nothing about this at John Hancock anything and in We Will
put your to austere thin-lipped: stranger II not delighted, return the box to us.
that. 'For the purposes of this pic- II home you understand Liggy. He I that lawyer-man hands you, black."I refund price. That'the purchase fair XT ,
ture,' I says. 'No she ain't,' says nodded. ""And Moby it would be unless you have a lawyer-man of am informed that you are from Get NR Tablets today. ffljJ
the kid." just as well not to spill anythingmore "
your own to o-kay it. Maiden Effort Headquarters. ALWAYS CARRY RELIEF
Liggy said: "Of course she isn't." about me to-to the others. "You're trying to gum my play" "Who informed you?" ur a X u o. ,, QUICK

"You're tellin' me! So.I says: It'd only stir up more complica- she objected almost tearfully., "The young man behind the desk; tJJl'.I i FOR ACID t
'All right; we'll make her your tions." I "Promise?" He further stated that you are Mr. INDIGESTIONHumane \
aunt.' "O-kay baby" agreed Moby from "What a sap I was to tell you Templeton'Sayles. May I take thatas
"She is her aunt." the depths of a shattered spirit. about itl""What! correct?" and Just
"Huh? Whassat?" a bigger sap you'd be to "If like."
you
One cannot be just if one is not
"She is my aunt," confirmed the Self-sufficient though Miss Gloria go to jail. 'Promise?" "Thank you." The black-clad one humane. Vauvenargues.

girl.Moby's Glamour was in life's ordinary problems She looked up at him from under sat down and drew his chair to a -
eyes bulged out. "Wh-wh- I she felt the need of moral sup- her shining lashes, an effect which confidential proximity scrutinizingthe
who's whose wh-wh-what?" he stut port in her enterprise against the' had helped her win more than one young man with analytical intentness -

' tered. purse of A. Leon Snydacker. Con- contest. "Mr. Sayles" he pro- YES !
i, "What's the, matter with your cerning the righteousness of her "Why should you care whether I nounced, "you have the appearanceof
brain?" demanded Liggy. "Can't plan she suffered no qualms. But go to jail or not?" being a gentleman."

you understand plain English? Mrs. she was uncertain about Lawyer "Pass it until later. When I'm "Don't jump to rash conclusions." "Luden's are a natural

Van Stratten is Miss Van Stratten's Gormine. Victory, as she reviewedit surer of the answer. Promise "I shall assume that you are." choice, because they ...
aunt. A-U-N-T aunt. Anything had been too easy to be con- Gloria?" As he seemed to be waiting for a contribute to
your
strange about that?" vincing. She craved an accomplice; With unexpected meekness she response, Kelsey said: "No argu alkaline reserve when
"She told me," began Moby in a anyway, a confidante. said: "I guess I'll' have to." ment." have a cold."
faded voice, "that she didn't-" Marne was out of the question It He promptly kissed her. "You're This proved satisfactory to the you SOUTHARD.. 4k a'

i "I never told you anything except would be just like that queer kid to right, you have to. Now what about other who proceeded: "Mr. Sayles Registered Nurse,New York
that Aunt Marcia isn't my get sore and block the whole game. Marne?" I am Marbury Gormine, a lawyerof
grandmother." After the deal was completed Gloria "We don't have to say anything 120 Broadway New York City. LUBIN'SMENTHOL
"Aunt Marcia! Oh, my sufferin' intended, of course to confess her about it to her, do we?" she pleaded. Note the address, if you please."
tripes," moaned the stricken re unauthorized use of the other's per- "Got it," said Kelsey. "Though I sft
: searcher. "And Scoopy Van Strat- sonality and square it by handingover That "we" did something to his don't 'expect to need it." COUGH DROPS

ten, the polo player. You certainly a fair cut of the proceeds. moral stamina, so that his tone was "A difficult and delicate misi4 $
'\. let on you didn't know him. Was Meantime,,the less Marne knew, the regrettably lacking in firmness as brings me here." relieves Y
that square-I ask you." better for all concerned. Moby Dick- he replied:' "Hmph! Anything to do with COLDSfirst

"Well, you see, Moby-" stein? No; Moby ,was too unreliable.As "Well, I don't know. You've cer- me?" 666 day.
"And him your cousin all the for Kelsey Hare he wouldn't do tainly given her fair, young name a "I hope so." Headachesand
time. Or maybe your uncle." at all. Anyone who would take ad- couple of black eyes." "I hope not." Fever
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"I hope not" said Marne cheer- vantage, as he had, of a friend was "Only to the lawyer. And he won't "The fact that it may be financial LIQUID TABLETS due to Colds
fully. "His real name is Stratsky, not to be trusted. There remained pass it on. He's sewed up, becausehe ly advantageous to you will possibly SALVE NOSE DROPS In 30 minutes.
I believe. He's a social inventor Martin Holmes. Well, why not? doesn't want A. Leon to know alter your attitude." Try wRnbMyTIsm"Wonderf ol MntmertAT
too." Martin listened to her recital with he's been butting in." As an appeal to cupidity this
/ "Migawd! What'm I goin1, to tell astonished amusement. At its close "Yes; that's true. Monday Gor- would have got nowhere. As an appeal -

the Big Boss now?" he thought for a long moment, then mine's coming back, you say? I'll to curiosity it was more ef i .
"You've already told him all he said: take a couple of days to think the fective.. COOODtuo
. wants to know haven't you?" "Tut-tut." thing over." (TO BE CONTINUED) erotica

I "And more. I gave him the origi- "Tut yourself! What's the idea?" The result of his cogitation was a MHHEILS

n l nal Van Stratten build-up. Then I "It won't do, my child." note which he 'drafted and redrafted A Famous Coffee House .
1 got soused and told him it was all "Why won't it do? What's the mat- before he finally presentedit Across the square from the ca- {
! the bunk. ter with it?" in typed form, for her approval. thedral in Exeter England, stands REMEDYRHEUMATISM "
The girl's eyes, opened wide. She "Only naughty little girls black- Gloria did not approve. Far from Mol's coffee.lmt e; favorite meeting .vy/
began to laugh. "You told him I mail. it. She wanted her, five thousand place of those gay adventurers ol BItlltAs lessedRe(2 e
I was a fake?" "What d'you mean;' blackmail?" dollars. She wanted the five thou Queen Elizabeth's ..timeif} Drake
I "That'i it. And here you are, the she protested. "Didn't he put over sand for Marne. She wanted the Hawkins Gilbert and Raleigh. ; : LUMBAGGfltlnnfJ'r.

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Couldn't a novel be composed REPAIR CRACKS IN 0, Promise Me

I wholly of pictures in these daysof SILOS, IS ADVICEJob Parade Heyton-My.dear, you promisedto
obey me. 'Do do it?
inexhaustible illustration? you
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,I Clothes do not make the ) eMry Onalene-Darling, you promisedme
Be Done Soon Y your worldly goods. Do I get
man, but a patch doesn't do Should them?

I him any good. As Convenient.Concrete .
Take 'a man with a chronic ailment Looking Through Him

and he looks after his healthso silo interiors which have The aggressive wife of a meek

carefully he lives to a great become etched or seamed through little man was hauling her hus-
band over the coals for
age. acid action should be resurfaced as having
w A who about what order to made a fool of himself at a party.
man cares soon as it is convenient in
the neighbors say of him shoulddo control the damage before it be- He sat in dejected silence.

anything to prevent his wife comes severe, advises W. C. Krue- "And don't be sitting there,"
bent and wrinkledand she shouted, "making fists at me
from looking ger, extension professor of. agricul-
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I listless. tural engineering at the New Jer- pW. in your pockets either!

sey College of Agriculture. Rut-
When Bad Luck Rules NEW MODELS
university.
One whose bread is buttered gers

only on one side lets it fall on the "Repairing silos is particularly

buttered side when he drops it. important where pressure has _
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forced liquids through mortar joints,
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Can tell the difference 10
you eroding them to the extent that air
\ between personality and dis- leakage would be a spoilage factor," February brings Lent, and Lent brings the lowly oyster into his'

: position? Mr. Krueger says. "Slightly etchedor element once more, boosting sales over all other seasons oj the [U
According to the hobo, the roll be is million-dollar business I
boss. roughened surfaces can year. Oyster farming a especially along I
ing stone gathers no smoothed satisfa rely by using a the Atlantic coast. Single firms control large underwater areas, I

The Making Racking ,cement wash or ifther penetrationtype planting their shells (above) and moving them from place to place "Do you think you could be hap

It is better to live in a period protective. Where the surface during a five-year period while the young oysters grow and fatten.rr1Fff.K py with a husband?"

after great history has been made has been deeply etched, it will be "To be sure 'I could-if I could

than to live through the making of best to restore it by applying a "
him
mortar plaster. : mrrf-i: :?: :t:'.::'Y(::z;;;,+:m B-llitr: $ %Wir? ?i; <::t;:".%:;:: < .. ;::t:ti:' ;>' >},::'wrtv. : change often enough.
it. Portland cement a v.
;: : %.' .pf4l.
Some blessings in disguise "Of prime importance in resurfacing xY7s:+ : tsv. n'p.i i7+ 44 Makes It Even

never do take, off the mask. silo interiors is the thor- t( .4n r7;?: I "John, I found this'letter in your
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,
'. First time a young man puts on ough cleaning of the surface priorto '47x1 ; r coat pocket. I asked you to postit

I, evening clothes, "with tails," he operations. a month ago." ,

feels he must be someone else. "Portland cement washes are "Yes, I remember. I took that

readily applied with a soft broomor coat off for you to stitch a buttonon

calcimine brush. The wash is r %,4u r4.G and it isn't 'on yet.-Stray

I made by mixing Portland cement, Stories.

preferably of the waterproof type,

\1 First Aid with water to a creamy paint con-

\ sistency; it should be stirred frequently -

during use to keep the cement -

from settling and should be

applied in a smooth, even coating,
w
To Cold Sufferers heavy enough to fill all depressions.Walls' .' .v ., '

I should be, thoroughly wet for
: at least two hours before applyingthe '' GH15 N a
These Pictures Tell You What wash.

''i to Do for Amazingly Fast Relief "The addition of finely powderediron '.&>#8ffsS.T[ -.- iIit&* gf "&64&4ti&j.

in the proportion of one poundof Y dc A s ( e'
/ iron to each four pounds of

I II II It To ease pain and cement appears to increase the durability .
I discomfort and reduce and acid resistance of the

lever take 2 Bayer JTalitetsdrink wash. Powdered.iron containing sal -_ ....._., ". r' YOUTOO, SHOULD TRYCREOMULSION

ammoniac is preferable since it Above 'y : >.,' ,("Z'Im""
a dredge holding pvjj:
a glass of water. .
'hastens oxidation. As soon as the t\ }r
about v.
12
Repeal In 2 bushels is pulledup ; .. ... .hi:
wash has set the "
sufficiently, sur- "f/ '
on deck. $: ., :'t f 1i
boon. k '
face should be sprinkled at inter- : ''>>->,>"" :'i"I'/
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For Chest Colds
>O";" : ,;, 'X< Coughs or
vals to keep it moist for two daysin :1\ fi
I 'fr;: "1M v. i

. order to cure. .'_,..:." f#i:Y;<'t, ,.i A1G t.l :::3: :;
"For deeply etched surfaces, Life Is Time

Portland cement mortar plaster is Dost thou love life? Then do not
2. II throat! Is raw recommended. This surface shouldbe squander time, for that's the stuff

a from cold, crash and i .1 prepared as for the cement wash life is made of.Franklin.Always .
dissolve 3 Bayer dl treatment and the i walls thoroughly /
Tablets In J/3 glass r. dampened for at least two hours

I' of water. gargfe. before applying the finish. A good ,... y For lie Relief cl-

mortar Js made with one sack of t
in' A .... n .. Discomfort doe
Portland cement, 10 pounds of hy- / ash xV
COLDS uJ
drated lime and two and a half cubic DepenCfableChoice to
111 11 Just Be Sure You Get Genuine ;k oR SORE THROAT
feet of clean, well graded plas-
,'J BAYER Aspirin. You Will Feel A ;
ter sand with enough, water to givea
Better in a Hurry good plastering consistency. The

V N The simple way pictured above first coat should average about one- GENUINE PURE ASPIRIN

'.\ often brings amazingly fast relief fourth-inch thickness and should be : 'a
.ya
j from discomfort and sore throat allowed to cure at least 24 hours be- :4 r t '
accompanying colds. fore the second coat is applied of Evils
pro-
The lives of the best of
it. us are
Try Then-see doctor.
your vided that a second coat is applied,
:. He probably will tell you to con- spent choosing between evils.-
that second coat is ;
provided
tinue with the Bayer be- a neces- Junius.
cause it acts so fast to reeve discomforts sary to obtain a good surface. It is
of a cold. And to reduce essential to keep the surface con- TT :
: fever. stantly damp during the curing pe- A't

This simple way backed by riod of at least two to three days." Can'i Eat
i scientific authority, has largely sup- ,

I in planted easing the cold use'symptoms.of strong medicines Perhaps Manure for Wheat fields ; Sleep Awful Gas

I" the easiest, most effective way yet Is Strongly RecommendedIf r'r ,
y ., discovered. But make sure you get PRESSES HEART
clover alfalfa is to be inter-
genuine BAYER or
' bad could
"On on my stomach was BO I
Aspirin. seeded next spring, it is advisable s,:qiv not Jlt or rffg.It even pressed oa my

.. .- .to give wheat fields a light'' blanketof first dale A brought me relief.e Adleriki.NOT I eat as The I
\- Ks2 5y e manure this winter. with, sleep fine, And never felt better.-
ICCIJ = I Mrs. Jas. Filler. Adlerika acts on BOTH
Excepting on soils so rich that
FOR 12 upper and lower bowels. Adlerik gives your
wheat is apt to lodge, manuring always intestinal system a real cleansing, bringingout
2 FULL DOZEN 25cWorthy waste matter that may have caused GAS
is likely to be beneficial. It A of full-grown fresh from the beds off the Con BLOATING, lour stomach headaches,
crop oysters,
is particularly advisable on ground nervousness, and sleepless nights for months.
necticut shore, is being unloaded by these men. The conveyor car You will be amazed at this efficient intestinal
that is low in fertility, too drouthyor relieves
Scholar cleanser. 'Just one spoonful usually
.
scholar somewhat too acid for obtaining ries them into the building where they are shocked, washed, culled GAS and constipation. Adlenka does not
Every is something add- gripe it not habit forming. Recommended by
and packed for the trade. During the five it takes to raise
ed to the riches of the common- good stands of legume hay crops. years an many doctors and druggists for 39 yean.
wealth.-John Knox. I Comparisons made at the Ohio oyster, the farmer must tend his beds more carefully than a dirt Sold at oil drug stops

:, experiment station showed that even farmer cultivates his crops. '

w on acid soil, red clover yielded 94 Ever Forward
,. .. ..:
j HANDY Ucme UdQ4 JARS per cent, alfalfa 71 per cent and .y4 smN.YKNM wM T74 'Ws ao0H94xto-he+a. Forgetting those things that are
I 5* sweet clover 66 cent as muchas
per : behind I press on.NERVOUS.
ROLIINESNOWWHITE AND on limed land, when the wheat
li 'b61' } li :: .
land dressed
PETROLEUM JELLY was top in advance 7:; l: x .arY
,
with manure. In contrast, acid soil ': py/r I II I that had not been so manured grew ?

,. I I only 70 per cent as much red clover .iI

hay, only 25 per cent as much alfalfa Do you feel so nervous you want to scream?
and only 16 per cent as much Are you cross and irritable Do you scold
sweet clover as on limed land.I' those dearest to you?
jr and feel
If your nerves are on edge you
I Don't Neglect Them I pr ri/a .r you need a good general system tonic, try
R Nature designed the kidneys to do a Record U. S. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, A.+
I, marvelous job.Their task is to keep the Hay Crop made especially women.
flowing blood stream free of an excess of For over 60 years one woman has told another -
toxic impurities. The act of living-Ufa A 1938 hay crop of 92,000,000 tons sr how to go"smiling thru"with reliable
i il.df-is constantly producing waste -the largest in 10 years and one of' t rnW+ k4.tea+d..MAM.xM Tinkham's Compound.It helps nature build
matter the kidneys must remove from up more physical resistance and thus helps
I the blood if good health is to endure. the largest ,on record-is reportedby rWUnZ calm quivering nerves and lessen discomforts
When the kidneys'fail to function as the United States department of from annoying symptoms which often accompany -
I Nature intended, there Is retention of r5-A r. rs. female functional disorders.
: waste that may cause body-wide dia- agriculture. The 1937 crop was 83- Why not give it a chance to help YOU
tress. One may suffer nagging backache, 000,000 tons and the 1927-36 aver- Over one million women have written in
persistent headache, wonderful benefits from Pinkham'aCompound.
attacks of dizziness i reporting
&"CWnup\ nights swelling, puffiness age (including several drouth years) .
under tho eyea-feel tired,nervous, all was less than 80,000,000 tons. The
I worn out.
4 Frequent, scanty or burning passages crop, together with last spring's
I, may bladder be further evidence of kidney or farm carry-over stocks of nearly ii-i WNU=-7 739'Only
disturbance.
The recognized and proper treatment 13,000,000 tons, makes the second : ;.;:,, .. '. .'. "" -
It a diuretic medicine to help the kidneys largest seasonal supply animal i-'Wi '5 1f. '.:'" "-'- ;.ati
per
get; rid of excess poisonous
Use DOG,,', Pillt. They have body had waste.more unit in the 26 years for which com- I : .J'L'a' t"e
than endorsed forty the years of public approval.Are parable data are available. The In these large tanks e oysters are being washed. lice) will GOOD MERCHANDISE

'}. Doan'i.Sold at country all drug over.stores.Insist,OB 1938 alfalfa"hay crop is ftte; largeston he graded according to size and packed in containers for shipment.

* -J record per cent larger than.the- Harvests begin e&h'Svptemoery'C.o-nti-ml ngAhrouglQJfrthe: icinter. Cm Be CONSISTENTLY Advertised _

DOAN I SPILLS 1937 crop,' 2.5 per cent larger than In May or June of each year the farmers plant thousands of bushels

I the 1927-36 average: if shells in the hope of getting young oysters to, settlf. 0 BUY ADVERTISED GOODS 9







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PAGE TEN THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY FEBRUARY 17,. 1939

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eral months by Bert' Keck, a }
States money. ago
United
the
Representing
LaBelle Town. Team Sugar ProcessorsContinued Sugar Corporation were ClarenceR. Golfers without past recognizedand Stuart architect and has gradually /"

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W. Mo- attested handicaps should arrange made its way through the various .
Bitting, president; Jay
: Wins Close GameThe district and regional offices and
( rrorn page 1) ran, vice-president and general for same with Don Young,
to Washington where it remained -
I Clewiston club professional. finally
chief
manager, and H. T. Vaughn,
was given as a total for distributing but a short time before
chemist. From the Fellsmere Corp-
Clewiston town team was: the aggregate quota to be pro eing approved.
oration Mr. Douglas and Mr. Hiser Hunting' Season Closed
LaBelle town team for each to
defeated by the rated down processor were the representatives 'while !to
the local court In a the quota set by the Secretaryof
last night on give
f
E. Kurtz, J. E. Beardsley JamesM. Last Wednesday NightThe -
thrilling basketball game the resultsof Agriculture some time ago.: Couse and R. M, Bishop repre- IS YOUR SUBSCIUPTO.Y PAID?

which were only decided after Chief objection to the formulawas rented the independent growers of

an overtime period was played. from Louisiana processors,_ who the Everglades. Mr. Kurtz was the Florida hunting" season, of -

Clewiston held a lead of 1813at in some instances, had not mark- only one of these to.offer any testimony 1938 and 1939 came to an end

the half, allowed LaBelle to over eted any sugar in 1938 from the i at the hearing.Corporation Wednesday and many local nim-

take them in the third quarter and 1938 crop and would be heavily rods made their last trips into the

battled through the final period penalized by being forced to carry woods over the week-end 'with only

on even terms. In the overtime period over this sugar surplus to 1940. HospitalContinued I fair success.

Matty Morrison, playing guard Clarence It. Bitting, president of Dry weather during the past season -
LaBelle team sank a field I
for the
the United States Sugar Corporation '( From Page One) has enabled 'anyone who wishedto
for the visitors to clinch the -
goal objected to the formula as which go into the Big Cypress countryof
on the north is the kitchen
victory. proposed because it would allow Hendry and Collier counties and
has been equipped with a large
M. Palmer with six points was the processor complete discre- while a great amount of game has 0
Frigidaire, a Magic Chef cook stove
high scorer for Clewiston and Moon, tion as to whether or not a pro- Betweenthe been killed it is said not to com-
and other conveniences.
LaBelle center was high for his cessor would take the cane from pare with previous seasons as the
,kitchen and the ward is locat-
team with eight. The final score independent growers. Assuming, for, ed the tiled shower room with toil- large number. of hunters kept it
was 27-25. Logan and Palmer at example that a processor had suf- badly scattered.
et and lavoratories. A spacious
the forward positions made four to fin'his
ficient company cane Consickrth
linen closet'also onto this
opens .
points each, Bell at center five, and marketing allotment, the independent hallway. Moore Haven School

Tillery at guard with M. Palmer grower who formerly sold cane
made five points. Ward subbed for In the northeast corner of the AngUs
to the processor would be left out WPA SE
north wing is located the operatingroom Approved By
Tillery and sank one foul goal. in the cold by the probable refusal -

Starting for LaBelle were Carden of the processor to' take his and sterilizing room. The your own home is real

and Doub at forward, Moon at cane. Mr. Bitting emphasized that north porch entrance opens into the (Moore Haven Democrat) Owning economy because you save the

center and Anderson and Morrisonat when the Secretary's order was issued sterilizing room and just throughthis Mrs. Caroline Bales, county sup- landlord's profit. Any family need-

guard. that definite provision be made room is the operating room erintendent of schools, was notifiedby ing a home will do well to look at

to. assure that the independent with every convenience of a large telegram Teusday from Senator our selection of homes and buy

grower was not so discriminated and modern, hospital provided. i Claude Pepper' that President Roos- before real estate values increase
New Paint Job OnAdministrati9n
Three large semi-indirect lighting further.
We will
gladly help
against. evelt had approved the WPA pro- you
fixtures are suspended to a point.
attain debt-free of
A recess of several hours was ject in the amount of $24,592 for, ownership your
Bldg. just a short distance above the home thru like
allowed following discussion of the operating table'which are equip- the, construction of a new primary payments rent.

proposed marketing formula to allow school building here.
ped with 200 c. p. bulbs.In .
Louisiana growers to submita The project will be returned to Clewiston Federal 1
Painters last week went over the the northwest corner are located t
counter proposal and after the the state office Immediately from
entire exterior of the Administration the two isolation wards with
hearing had reconvened it was recommended Washington and work will be start; and Loan
Building and sprayed on. a connecting bath. Savings ,
the discretion
by representatives at ed on the project at
white which adds much to
paint the hearing, that instead of givinga All floors in the east side of the of the state administrator.The .
the of the building as AssociationSOUTHWEST
appearance
fifty per cent weight equally to building are finished in pine with project was drawn up sev-
the stucco paint was becoming
the historical base as determinedfrom Armstrong inlaid linoleum cover-
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somewhat dull.It .
the three options provided, ing. All other floors are of hard-
is understood that work is also -
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:=
and the past season's productionthat wood. Windows are of the long nar- r -
to begin shortly on repair workto
a 75 per cent weight of the row casement type and provided in
the Hay Building, the of
scope
past year's production be allowed.Mr. sufficient number to give plenty of
which has not been announced.
light and ventilation. Latest type
to sub-
Bitting was prepared
lighting fixtures are used in every
information and
mit comprehensive

Committees Report data showing Florida's ability' to room.

z produce 'sugar at low cost but the The building is of frame con- ,

presiding officer ruled that any struction with asbestos' cement

(Continued from page 1) I statements relative to this were irrelevant shingles on exterior walls and roof. t

efforts toward the passage of a and not admissable as evidence -;. The Interior is all plaster finish.A .

seed germination bill in the next in the Mobile hearing. The large 66-gallon oil burning wa-

legislature. From the Public Affairs presiding officer stated that the ter heater is situated just outside

angle he discussed the clubs hearing was being conducted to determine the shower room but completely

attitude in approving the new refunding ability to market sugar and separated from the main building.

plan of the Everglades Mr. Bitting contended that the abil- A morgue has been constructed just

Drainage, District, the work in be- ity to market of necessity involvedthe west of the north wing entrance I

half of the sugar industry, two of ability to produce and in this and on back 'of it, has been erecteda

the members having attended dur- connection pointed out that at the building to be used as a laundry. I 1 -tom

ing the past week' the Mobile allot- recent state department hearing It Is without doubt ,one of the t

ment hearing. He spoke ,of the work with reference to the proposed am- i finest and best equipped small FLORIDA

done in behalf of road .,constructionon endment to the reciprocal trade hospitals in the state and it is

roads 25 and 26 and othersof treaty with Cuba, he, as representative -' doubted if there has ever been a Feb Fort

interest in this section, waterway of the cane sugar producersof corporation using colored labor in FAIR

progress and publicity and closed the Florida Everglades, had stat- the, state which has gone this far 21-25 Myers

by stating that it was probablethat ed that the Everglades' producersdid to provide the best in medical care

a tomato packing house would not object, to lowering the .tariff and attention. Educational Industrial and Agricultural Exposition featuring:
,
again be in in Clewis-
operation that
on Cuban sugar provided
products of Charlotte, Collier Glades, Hendry and Lee counties.
ton this year largely through the benefit of such a decrease were Qualifying Rounds-

efforts of this committee.B. distributed among the Cuban work- Tuesday, Feb. 21 Children's Day, school children of the five

E. Herring chairman of the ers. He. emphasize dthat this definitely counties admitted free.

Publicity Committee gave only a was proof of Florida's abil- (Continued Fiona Page 'One1)* Wednesday Feb. 22, Dog Show in afternoon.

brief report but stated that the ity to market and demonstrated Kirchman of Belle Glade, 5 and 4. Special poultry exhibit, featuring all types. *

Clewiston News had offered 100% that Florida could compete with The new handicap event, one of 'Livestock exhibit, featuring Southwest Florida's finest. ))0..'

cooperation each week and in ad- low cost, low wage foreign areas the 'Glades most popular golf af- Special Grandstand Acts afternoon and night.: "

dition had gIven' much publicityto I that nbw supply so much of the fairs will be run off in flights in! Crescent Amusement Co.:rides and shows on the Midway.C. j

things sponsored by the clubas American sugar. The presiding officer the usual fashion. Entry fee is
P. HEUCTv. Secretary-MaraRer.
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