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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: March 10, 1939
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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I'' [I VOLUME"! is, NUMBER is -r" CLEWISTON. FLORIDA FRIDAY MARCH 10,. 1939 SUBSCRIPTION Jp2.0O PER YEAR,. I

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\I Schools To Get Third Kiwanis Ladies Night -I- Commercial Possibilities s



I On Next WednesdayThe

Seen !'tIn Lemon Grass ,:

Of Race Track Funds I program committee of ihe (

Kiwanis Club which serves through >- 1'\ ,
c? March announces the following -
SE.IIGCODiDtERCLAL; PRODUCTION
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r COMMISSIONERS TAKE ACTION Easter Program At I programs for the' three coming T. B. Shelley Begins BY SUGAR CORPORATION

FOLLOWING TALK MADE meetings: FROM 240'AC'Ul<-S

BY RKP. STEWART Community ChurchAn Next Wednesday night will be Duplex ConstructionConstruction

I I Ladies' Night and a splendid pro- After five years of experimentation -

; The board of county commissioners -! gram of adagio and tap dancing I of under the direction ,of Dr. B,

in regular session Tuesday ii Easter cantata, "Life After .has been arranged. The adagio teamis a new duplex A. Bourne, sugar agronomist anal

1 LaBelle voted to give to the schools said to be very good although apartment was started Monday
Death" by R. M. Stultz will bh J. F. for T. B. research chemist for the United

J one third of the total race track I presented by the choir of the ,Community {composed of children while the tap- morning by lot 135 Tippey, block 167 ad-, States Sugar Corporation., the first
1 the county, the is composed of sev- Shelley on
:' funds received by Church under .the directionof dancing team to the westward the lots on year of semi-commercial production

I ; remaining two-thirds to go to the J, E. Beardsley at the regular eral attractive young ladles'who: which joining his other duplex is situated. of a new product, lemon grass, is ..
This is expectedto the members have seen
''I county commission. mornIng service ot that church many of The new apartments will face on announced by the corporation".
amount going to
increase the Easter morning. perform. Pasadena Avenue. Dr. Bourne first: became interested -
schools about $2,500 annually, On "Wednesday night, March 224
the
Practice has been underway for will in lemon grass in 1917 when
Each of the
I I.I the amount received at present being Dr. D. Jenkins Williams of pun'taGorda apartments' con-
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some time and one of the finest living and a government bulletin was issuedon
tain spacious room
and former pastor" of the a
$6,000.
I approximately musical programs ever presented is a bedroom with dinette, kitchen and the commercial possibilities of
a
Church'here will ad-
: The move was taken by the board Community
promised. the product and when experimental -
bath. A rollaway bed and closet
Elbert L. Stew- dress the Senior Class at the regular -
after representative
j Choral anthems are as follows: I will be provided in each livfng room work was begun in an effort to
I
art appeared before them and urged "Come Unto Me'* by Gounod; "He Kiwanis meeting. for extra accomodations. The over- discover some' new, industry to take
I take this the On March 29 Representative El-
them to step as
I Is Risen", arr, by Pattinson of all dimensions are something larger care of labor during the offseasonhe
continued increase in enrollment'in bert L. Stewart will speak on pro-
Beethoven's Fifth Sympho n y ; than his present duplex, being offered this as*one of the pos-
the forthcoming -
at
the schools and the corresponding posed legislation
"Adore Him", Cherubim Song by 36' 40'. The building will be of sibilities. He has discovered in his
x
increase in the number of teach- session of the Florida legis-,
Gretchaninov and the "Hallelujah frame construction with asbestos research that this product probably"offers

i '' ers 'made it necessary for the Chorus" from Mount of Olives by lature. cement shingles on siding and roof: more commercial possibilitiesthan

,\ schools to receive more revenue. Beethoven.The Oak floors 'will be used throughoutand any of the other crops 'with

Shortage ,of funds has this year same program will be pre- the interior will; be plastered.The which he has experimented.It .

been most acute and an estimated sented at the Methodist Church in ENGINEERS TO STOP foundation is of poured-in- is not believed that lemon
,the end of the of
deficit at year
Moore Haven at the' evening serv- I place piling and in this foundationMr. grass has ever before been raisedin
is faced.
than $10,000
I more ice hour: the same day. Shelley states that he has add- the United States even though

The distribution was satisfactorywith S. A. At' the sunrise service on Easter REVETMENT WORK ON ed the Caterpillar touch by'' reinforcing the oils from the grass are used

County Superintendent morning the choir will sing "0 the concrete with track extensively in the manufacture of

Graves and was passed by the coun- Morn of Beauty" by Sibelius and pins from Caterpillar tractors. soaps, perfumery, etc., and can be
board unanimous vote. The EAST SHORE LEVEE
ty by several selections from the groupof The new building will cost ap- used for the extraction ,of cit-

I plan became effective at once and anthems listed above. proximately $3,500 and will be rol. The great amount usedis
turned to the
i.I $3,460 was over On Good Friday night the choir ready for occupancy about the imported from foreign countries
schools from the race track funds Drill barges which have been in
will present their familiar and first of May. and because of the cheap labor used '
now ,hand. on the revetment work along
on use
II 'J (Continued on Page 8)) in these foreign areas the price has
::1 i The board also asked Representative the east shore levee were taken off I' been constantly decreased to Its

I Stewart and Senator' David I. the, job the first of this month Boat Club Starts ; .
i present basis of about 33c a pound.Dr.
I Elmer Ward to meet with them on Flyers Of Model Plane with the exception of the govern- ] Bourne's experiments were

.1 ; March 21 to assist in drafting bills ment drill barge Atlas which is New Boathouse
not, only' to see if the crop couldbe
I for proposed legislation in the Now Seeking PlaneV. doing some exploratory work to get raised to commercial advantagein

coming session of the state legislature !- information on the work yet un- semi-tropic
of the Ev-
of the first the area
which convenes the first finished before she is tied up about The construction
Cornelison and D. S. Herbertson for the erglades but also to work out a
units'of boathouse mem-
,of next month. March 18. the dredge Wjelatka, a
draughtsmen in the office of bers of:, the Clewiston Boat Club method of harvesting and process-
has
which been used in the actual
the U. S. Engineers at Clewiston, ''this week in Industrial ing which would enable it to be
Real Estate Sales Are construction work will operate .until was begun to
.
in competition cheap
are now searching for a fine model Canal. The boathouse is situatedon produced
about April 15 after which she
airplane in the vicinity of the east : the west bank of the canal off-shore labor. In this also, he was

'Reported By .BeardsleyThe shore, of, Lake Hicpochee-; .,because will, be ,tied- up, in. Lake, Okeechobee., just*'o) 'posite-th&""etttrnnc'e 'to .-the: successful; the harvesting machine

i '4 a successful trial flight proved This information was given out hurricane gate. Paul Bussey is in designed being used very. effectively -

unsuccessful., But here's the thIs; week by .Carawan Nelson, head charge of construction. this year.

real testate office of J. E. story. of the U. S. Engineer'' sub-office in The ''20' by 28' structure now Last year about 240 acres of the

Beardsley reported this week the After about three months work ) Clewiston, who stated that plans built makes the first of grass was planted on the very poor-
being
recent sale of lots 10 and 11 in the young men, one of whom is a were: to finish the remainder of this four units of the proposed build- est white sand available and a small

block 453 to Acey and Annie Wiss- work by contract as soon as Congress -
registered pilot and the other an ing which will be about 100 feet processing' plant was set up near

I :weare of Citrus Center who expect aviation enthusiast, completed the i had appropriated money for in length., A framework of timberis the sugar house. A luxuriant growthof

I to improve the property within the construction of their model plane ;! Maintenance work on the lake. being 'covered with sheet metal the grass was obtained, even on

I very near future with the erection which was complete in' every detail -I The revetment work consists of siding and roof' and will cost ap- this poor land, and the crop now

I of a business building. The location and powered by a small motor. raising the elevation of the present proximately $500. being harvested is said to containa '

: is a block west of Pacific Avenueon developing 1-5 h. p. at 5,000 levee, from the St. Lucie canal The Boat Club was organized I very high grade of the oil.

I II the south side of the highway.It r.p.m. It had a wing spread: of at Port Mayacca to Bacom Point months ago and at that tim Best results are said to be ob-

i has a fifty foot highway front and building a new lakeward slope many is in
Fix" feet, was some four and a half hoped that construction ota I tained when the grass green
it
II age and is 110' deep.: 1 feet in length and weighed) three which extends a considerable distance was boathouse could be started at the summer which will make it a

Josephine and Ruth Knight have pounds'and two ounces. For several.. into the lake and breaks the However it was found neces- perfect crop for off-season shouldit

I i purchased lot seven in block 1C9: weeks they tested it in every way wave action from the open lake once. to delay the work until the prove entirely feasible as a marketable ;-

j at the corner of Arcade and Date and confident that it would which has done ,such a great damage sary product.In .
were time. J. A. McGehee is
1 I Streets across the street from the fly' perfectly. to this section of levee. There present commenting on the new pro-
of the organization and
I president
recently completed home of Dean So on Sunday afternoon the two are about twelve miles of the workin is secretarytreasurer.Members duct this week, Jay W. Moran,

King. This tract is 62' by 130' and men poured about six eyedroppersof its entirety and Qnly three miles A. O. Ward of the club are: T. H. vice-president and general manager

will be improved with a five-room gasoline into the have been completed by the engi- of the corporation stated: "The successful
tiny gasoline Jones, H. C. Kolstad, B. P.. Luce,
I bungalow. tank and made their to the neers since they began work on development of lemon grass
j' way Ward J. A. McGehee, E. E.
I Lots 7 and 8 in block 173 which A. O. ,
July 15 of last year. Mr. Nelson off-season crop should give
Moore Haven airport Fred as an
near M. C. Dolce,
,
1 is Atlantic Avenue between theV Kelly, Dean King I field
on. that
Whidden's station. A northwest estimates it will require .a and Harry Manier.Mr. substantial employment to
Harry Turner property and the wind was' blowing and their reliable contractor about twelve or'' Foy Durrence workers during this off-season and
figuring
Mr. Kolstad, Mr. Mc I
Jones
,
new Gideon Brown home has been I led them to believe that it' fourteen months to complete the Mr. King and help to eliminate the downwardcurve
old to Foster" Meredith and on Gehee, Mr. Kelly, business during
work. I in our graph
would fly in circles and gradually Mr. Manier already have boats and
this tract he to erect "
plans a new make its way to the prairies' southof The Welatka, a government securingone the summer months.
others planning on
the are
home in the future. This
near pro- road 25'where it would be easily dredge which was used in buildinga is providedfor
I as soon as a place
is in with
perty irregular shape a- found. considerable portion of the lake Chevrolet Sponsors
of 130 feet back line their' safekeeping.The
frontage a
The plane was released and ev- levee is, now owned by the Savan- boathouse should be I
of 200 feet and in new ,
ranges depth erything went'' well except that after nah district and is only being loaned completed by the first of next Outdoor Movies
from 115' to 130'. '
I the .plane had climbed for a few to the Jacksonville district for
Also Atlantic Avenue J. F. week 1---
on hundred feet it struck a cross-wind the work here. A skeleton cffcw .... -
l \ lots 11 and -- An educational program ot uiuvies
Tippey purchased which carried it in the opposite di- will be left aboard after the dredgeis numbers by local
12 in block, 173 which is betweenthe I School Board Borrows and several
1 I rection. It climbed to an estimated tied up and it will likely remain Wednesday:
Gideon home and the talent was presented
Brown 1500 feet, performed perfectly and in the lake until after the contract by the
Church He also t Salaries night at the school grounds
Community manse. they watched it until the gasoline is let for the completion of the Money For of the Chevrolet

contemplates building a new homein gave out and the plane began to present work.K1WAXIS 1 traveling movie show In Clew-
The
the near future. This tract is .--- Motor Company. '
glide toward a landing. It then
was the Clewiston -
100 feet by 125 feet. i The Hendry county school board iston was sponsored by
almost out of sight toward Lake
CLUE:) SEESGOODYEAR made arrangements Motor Company of which E. E.
; Mr. Beardsley reports that sev- Tuesday afternoon
Hicpochee.
eral other sales have almost been : CO. MOVIESAn J I to borrow $4,700 with whichto Kelly is ,the head.A .
'I Attempts to find the model that followed by a
closed by his ,office but are not meet the payroll for teachers and news-reel was

.1 completed as yet. afternoon were unsuccessful but the educational advertising pie I bus drivers \ salaries for the month film showing the advantages of
two men expect to continue their Chevrolet cars
-I'I ture shown the of March 10. kneo-actlon in the
under auspices ending
search during the coming week-end I I
i : that teachers abd this In turn was followed bya
I Pasture Found Best the GoodyearTire and Rubber The board ruled
with the possible assistance of a 1 At this
I shown I I college training leel on the human eye.
1. I Belle Glade airplane. Meanwhile Company was on the porchat must have two years
the Clewiston Inn In accredited schools Carlton Prevatt, Bo Lolley
Cattle Wednesday to ,teach point
For.Fattening they hope that if anyone finds the presented several -
: model It will be returned to them night and took the place of the of the county. The board chose and Jimmy Holland with guitar

/ regular meeting of the Kiwanis this time to go on record on this musical numbers
. i I ---:- unharmed and they will pay a lib- Lewis, local -
, A cattle feeding experimentwhich .'eral reward.CATHOLICS. Club. The picture demonstrated .construction requirement since it is being demanded music and singing. Joyce

-' has been underway at tho I of Goodyear tires and the by the state board of education ventriloquist sensation then gave
assisted
:, Belle Glade experimental station TO SPONSORST. safety features of the new lifeguard: effective next term. an act in which she was who
actor
for the;past four months was end- PATRICIAS DANCEFr. tube. All teachers of the county are by Jim Moore, colorful last of the-

ed with the cattle field day held Following the movie the Kiwan- (required to attend a conference bills himself as 'the

at the station last Friday at which Larry J. Flynn, pastor of fans went into the dining 'room for .of the Florida association of school western scouts and whose picturewas thateveningi

time the fifty steers used ',in the St. Margaret's Catholic Church of their regular dinner and then dismissed board members and the Florida playing the local theatre
were
: experiment were sold at auction. Clewiston and St. Mary's Churchof in order that those who I Education Association which will The local numbers film

I All were Bold to Smith, Richardson Pahokee announces arrangements wished might attend a program at be held March. 15-18, Inclusive greatly elijoycd. A safety bicycle -
I to
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li and Conroy, meat packers operating for a St. Patrick's Day danceto the school grounds. Tampa. The three 'board'lUel11bel' stressing various cautions fol'

i in Miami and West Palm Beach. be held at the Legion Hall in An invitation extended to the Mrs. Homer Taylor, CHarles E. riders! was then shown

Pahokee next March club to I M'iner and Dillon Hall fts Well as by a short western skit and
i' The cattle were divided into five : Friday 'night attend a fish fry given lowed

groups of ten each and each group 17. by the Moore Haven Commercial I Superintendent S. A. Graves, have cartoon.
attended -
free, was
j was fed a daily ration different Music will be by Chas. Rowan Club on March 21 was accepted and made provision to attend The program was

in at: least some respects from and his Palm Beach orchestra and most of the members present expressed Schools will close Thursday, at by a large crowd and ev-

I >Cs those.fed to the other groups. Para admission will be $1.50. Dancing their intention of attend I 1 o'clock, not if reopen until Monday eryone seemed very well pleased

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New Transoceanic Clipper ShipBigger -Weekly News Analysis Odd Occupations i'


V. S. Refusal Curb
to Spending 6
House Bob of Ohio
Than Five-Room Rueger, Dayton, ,
has one of. the nation's most

Endangers 'Conciliation Drive shocking jobs. He's chief tester

for a large bicycle company,
and spends his days bangingfull
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By Joseph W. La Bine- speed into telegraph poles,
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t'a..., :r ; .,'k.., ;./.: J : hitting curbstones, pedaling
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'f a'g Cf : rf: prerequisite to business upturn, so through muddy fields and over
EDITOR'S NOTE:-When opinions thoseof are his department now takes the lead. rocky hills.
expressed in these columns they are
the news analyst and not necessarilyof Scheduled immediately is a peace Many aristocratic families in
the newspaper. parley probably with President
Boston
S employ a gentleman to
/ Roosevelt in the arbiter's role, call at their homes weekly to

trdi BusinessCompared whose success would prevent a bit- wind, set and regulate their
ter factional fight over Wagner act
eight-day clocks.
1 ;, with 1923-25, Decem- amendments. Hearings open May
ber's federal rpserve industrial in- 1 L. Chief stumbling block is thatC. Miss Mamie Burton, of Knox- 1

/ ', dex was' 104. January's index i I. O.'s John Lewis offers a formula ville, Tenn., makes her living
/ f agZ1Q dropped to 101 and there was no for chartering all C. I. O. unions selling toys which she fashionsout

seasonal gain the first three weeksof by A. F. of L., or vice versa, leaving of old rubber tires.American -

February. Below-normal produc- two opposing unions in many Magazine.
Parade tion reports came from industries fields. A. F. of L.'s William Green

I like steel, automobile, silk, cotton denounces the plan as "impossible."

and tobacco. Payrolls dropped and t Sour Notes. Too many wary busi-
. gf f.'fi': i! J1 F1gt@Hr l TIJ IT1: iP; Wf d.1 retail volume was off sharply. Sec- ness men regard Mr. Hopkins' CLASSIFIED

retary of the Treasury Henry Mor- speech-keynote'of the entire recov-

Picture a five-room house flying through the air and you have an genthau Jr. said" this was just a ery campaign-not as a sincere ad- DEPARTMENT

approximation of the new 74 passenger Boeing clipper plane shown administration"breathing spell, but he and other ministration gesture but as a political -
leaders
transoceanic service. Here is the evidently buildup for Mr. Hopkins' pres-
to be placed in regular
above, soon thought otherwise. Since Harry idential nomination in 1940. By pos-
luxurious flying boat ever built, complete with a "bridal suite, )
most Hopkins was appointed commerce ing, sincerely or otherwise, as busi- FILMS DEVELOPED
full-size sleeping compartments and every detail offered by a modern secretary in December to replace ness' 'friend I he is taking the only

train or ocean liner. Six such boats are being built, operated by four Daniel C. Roper, unmistakable busi- road now open if the administration I

1,500-horsepower engines and related power plant equipment. Most ness conciliation efforts have been hopes to gain a considerable sup- Any 6 or 8 Exposure Roll

outstanding feature, of the ships is the spacious control rooms. made. Among them: port from business in the next elec- FILMS DEVELOPED

Hopkins' Speech. At Des MoinesMr. tion. POSTAL PHOTO SERVICE'6348N.Washtenaw 25C

----_.. Hopkins made his first major Disregarding the'possibility of in-

} speech as secretary of commerce, sincerity, other financial circles North Town Sta.,Chicago,ilL
\ ;%: f v}b.a announcing the New Deal's emphasis doubt the wisdom of continued U. S. O FREE PORTRAIT ENLARGEMENT

has shifted from reform to re- .. ., .., COUPON WITH EACH ORDER
"'[I" '""' "'''
covery. Promises: There will be, r

no general tax rise this year; taxes
which "freeze" the flow of capital Outwork for Linens

will be amended; the: profit system

will be protected; small business,

particularly, should be aided. But

there was no hint of a change in'

the one U. S. policy that has done .

more than anything else to alienate 1 ltit I Ir

business, namely, government '
spending. The Hopkins plan: Bal- trr. L 4ic2

ance'the budget and retire the debt .

with taxes coming at current rates \

from increased national income, 4i /? :

rather than substantially increasingtaxes r

at this time or reducing nec- L 'k I Ia

essary expenditures. I

Morgenthau Backwater. January
19 found Mr. Morgenthau telling- a n a

I house appropriations committeethat S rr ,

ysiI from $400,000,000 to $450,000,000new 's'//r'ty'. tt Cutwork's just buttonhole j
taxes were needed this year; stitch! And even if you've never
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view moreover that the U. S. public debt ; /4t' F' tried it, you'll find these simple
Above
a general ; t't.. ;E rn limit must be boosted from $45,000- designs so lovely on scarfs,
of the control room, remarkable 000,000 (which' will be reached by IIiIMICHIGAN'S towels, pillow cases. They're

for its simplicity 'July 1, 1940) to $50,000,000,000 or bound to attract attention. Pat )

as well as its size. more. "" The same day Mr. Hopkins tern 1960 contains a transfer pat
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Right, the flight i engi spoke, however, Mr. Morgenthautold tern of 18 motifs ranging from 2

neer's station where his press conference he still VANDENBERGHe by 3 inches to 2 by 15 inches; \.

most details of opera- favored hiking the debt limit but saw no tangible encouragement. materials required; illustration
that a no-new-tax policy had been of stitches.
tion handled. The
are
adopted. Also, he asked congressto spending. Most charitable Wall Send 15 cents in coins for this
engineer has charge of Street view is that New Deal theo-
study the present tax structure
pattern to The Sewing Circle,
the power plants, fuel with an eye to revisions. Many observers rists are belatedly discovering the Needlecraft Dept., 82 Eighth Avenue
mixture controls and impossibility of taxing nation backto
a
believe Mr. Morgenthau has
New York, N. Y. 1
similar mechanism. been the New Deal's leading' econ- good times. Least charitable

omy advocate all along. view is that of Manhattan's Guar-
------- Trust which mincesno
anty company,
Congressional Hints. A pro-admin-
fet wr ,r E ; r words about spending. While
istration congress must shift its
agreeing with Mr. Hopkins that an
legislative program to satisfy White kS I
$80,000,000,000 annual national in-
So'must
House whims. an insur-
r '. come is possible, Guaranty Trust
: to
shift the
gent congress satisfy na
a. kfL: nxy.0,;"' 'Fd tion. Part loyal and part insurgent,
t.
}nrr' r'c (} ? : no index of prosperity. A better ;
the seventy-sixth congress is now
,,><)'' ::3x idea: To encourage private invest-,
plotting a course to carry out Mr.
Roosevelt's recovery suggestionsfirst ment by a goVernment policy which
eschews federal spending via "long
then take another to ,
step appease -
,range investment" in wealth creat- I % i
r business. Scheduled for hear-
M
k ing: (1) repeal of the undistributed ing public works. \
aulZ
i! Echoed Michigan's Sen. Arthur H. \
surplus tax, plus reduction in capital -
bitter New Deal critic '
gains levy; (2) cut in expendi- Vandenberg,
tures and a 1940 possibility for the G. O. 4n =
continuing the rebel policy
P.: "I am sorry to say there is oo -
that has already resulted in five "
> r.g no tangible encouragement in a
consecutive slashes in administration 11I"2en
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speech (Mr. Hopkins') which waves
'
> ;t < appropriation bills; (3) revisionof
the olive branch with one hand and j
Wagner labor act to insure equal
employer-employee rights; and (4) indorses deficit spending on the oth- i A i
er hand If Mr. Hopkins will 1/1 f&W"21) I Iz
reduction in social security payroll i,
reduce his conversation to
a con-
'' taxes, with possible adoption of a m i in
,crete and helpful formula which
pay-as-you-go system. Wyoming'sSen. I
what it I think :
he
means says, can
Joseph C. O'Mahoney of the
be sure of great hospitality in Both
much-feared federal monopoly in- -
vestigation committee has promisedno congress and the country.

fir, y.U1 general anti-monopoly legisla- TransportationCurrent

Above, models pose in the highly- 2a. tion will be offered this session, giv- ;;:
legislative proposals to
business another incentive.
; ing
advertised "bridal suite which is
aid railroads rest the tSL
mainly on P1
Labor Peace.
iLs Notoriously unsuccessful -
simply a private compartment in the S thesis that all transportation must
in settling differences be-
rear of theshipalbeit elaborate. be co-ordinated to eliminate favor- Myg9Mi
Right. tween C. I. O. and A. F. of L., the
sleeping berths are spacious as thoseon U. S. labor department has been itism and duplication of service. m1

a regular train, promising com : completely ignored in new adminis- Even more pointed than'' bills fathered io
:
fort for future transoceanic travelers. $x. tration gestures. Secretary Hopkins by' California's Rep. Clar-
ence F. Lea and Montana's Sen.
rightly maintains labor peace is a
Burton K. Wheeler is the proposalof a eypC
ri. & aTl1 fJ.f *7'hJPif1"lD1\; : the Association of American Rail-
V rryy P'O
roads, just submitted to the house

Trend interstate commerce committee.Its .
t"i'o Rdz
gist: All rail, water and motor 9
How the wind is blowing transport systems would be regulated -

LONGEVITY-According to U. by a single federal agency.

S. public health service, babies While the interstate commerce com- a o Ilt

4tra w ti t&I "a : < \4'V v \ < 4:; born in 1938 had a 62-year life mission would continue to fix rates,

/ y expectancy, one and one-tenth financial and administrative func-
y S
: .. tions would be vested in five
S ; years more than 1937 babies and $12,000-
% two years more than in 1931. a-year men appointed by the Presi-

::1 .P : SCIENCE Dr. Percy W. dent. The board's tasks: (1) to

Bridgeman, noted Harvard physi- determine the "relative economyand
s tir z l/, ? t ;+ cist, will henceforth refuse to deal fitness" of all carriers; ((2) to I

with scientists from totalitarian ferret out reports of U. S. subsi- Ijo.s

states. dies to common carriers other than .

AUTOMOBILES Advancedfour the railroads.

weeks ahead of 'last year'sshow Complained Attorney R. V. Fletcher -

1939's New York automo- general counsel for the railroads:

r !+ / : y. ...a.st bile exposition will show models "Under present conditions there are s
only mildly changed from the no good times for the railroads.

J current makes.EMPLOYMENTU.. When earnings are not good we

UI m_" amm,. S. employ. can't raise the rates and when they

ment dropped 880,000 in January, are good we are told that a rate

Here is the large combination lounge and dining salon, a favorite first time since August. increase would be contrary" to a

rendezvous for tomorrow's air-minded voyagers. sound economic end.







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P C' After This, Old Adage UNIFORM------IMPROVED INTERNATIONAl I Uncle PhI1kSzyi ASK ME "Th A Quiz With Answers


Appears QuestionableThe I Offering Information
UNDAY
ANOTHER
S. : I on Various Subjects
little boy had come home CHOOL [Lesson .
from school with considerablefood y

for thought. As soon as he I B lean of The L.Moody uUNUyUiSl.'' ..n..tute L). D., Demagogues Flatter 'Em 1. What explosive is most easily 2. Voltaire was the assumed
could he appealed to his father. of Chicago.
O Western Newsoaoef Onion ,People are patient with dema- set off? name of Jean Francois Marie
"Daddy," he began, "is it true gogues longer than they are with 2. What was Voltaire's first Arouet.
is ,known by the com-
that
man
a ?
name 3. The total
statesmen. circulation' is .41-
,
pany he keeps? Lesson for March 12 3. What is the .newspaper circulation 418,730.
"Yes, my boy," was the prompt Wish that backbone could be in the United States? ,
reply. Lesson subjects and SCripture texts se- inculcated as 'easily as learning."A 4. Raindrops never .fall faster
Jected and copyrighted by Internatirnat 4. How fast do raindrops fall? than 25 feet per second of
,I tent.But the He little stated chap: his; was difficulty.not con- permission Council of Religion* Education: used bv spirit of adventure" is what 5. When was the first automo- them fall only 15 feet per; many second.

makes a man prefer to pick the bile built?
FROM 5. The first
PETER DELIVERED automobile is
"But, father, if a good man lock! rather than look for the key. 6. What is meant by philopro- gen-
PRISON .- erally conceded to have been builtin
keeps company with a bad man,
?
he No kind of a vine clings to the geneity Paris in 1769. France pioneeredin
is the good man bad because
The Answers
LESSON FEXT-Acts 12:5.17 cactus. The cactus attended to the development of the auto
keeps company with a bad man, GOLDEN TEXT-Prayer was made without
or the bad man good because he ceasing of the church unto God for all that. 1. Nitrogen iodide. A falling mobile. That first French car wag
with hImActs 12:5"Prayer dust particle or a fly walking on driven by steam.
keeps company a good The dodo is easiest remembered
it will set it off.Napoleon. 6. It means love of offspring.
man? because it is the one fossil withouta
Changes Things: says a
popular motto. "More things are long name.

wrought by prayer than this world The Real Ones Will In ExileThe

They won't BELIEVE dreams of." is another much-used When we fall into misfortune,

it's CASTOR OIL quotation Still another is, "Satan we are not going to lean on our world's most restless and QUICK Aw.
trembles when he sees the weakest friends. They: have got to come ambitious nature, Napoleon, spent )
Good old reliable castor oil. a house. saint upon his knees." We say the to us. the last six years of his life in A
hold stand-by for generations has words but how often we fail to exile the little Island of St.
been "modernized" at last. A brand Becoming sophisticated is losing on "" "..,r......
practice the truth. Prayer seems to Helena learning enough English
new refining process washes away one's gusto for anything. ,
all the impurities, which, in the past, be such an interesting topic for discussion words to read what was going on "If the automobile had been developed -
made castor oil so objectionable and yet so seldom do we The Fox Discovered It I in the Europe he once controlled, in the same way that the political
leaving Kellogg's Perfected Tasteless really pray. The teaching of God's Saying "the grapes are sour" is'' dictating his memoirs, gossiping machine has developed, it would now

Castor Oil'odorless, tasteless, EASY Word and the testimony of thou- nevertheless consoling philos- about his English custodians, pre- weigh ten tons and cost five thousand
TO TAKE, full-strength, always de down dollars, it would have attached to it a
throughthe ophy.
sands of His children serving order and harmony in his
pendable. Get a bottle of Kellogg'sPerfected steam-roller, a lawn mower, an beater
egg
today for general familyuse. centuries, yes, evenour, own experience Gone to join the bootjack, the little French household, the sole a permanent-wave machine and heaven
Demand genuine Kellogg's Per demonstrates that the woodshed and the "oyster supper:" crumbs of existence left him to only knows what else-U.! S. Repre-
fected-accept no so-called "taste. greatest power for good that we can -the band wagon. mumble. sentative Bruce Barton.
less" substitute. Sold at all drug wield is prayer. God give''' us grace

stores in 3'/2 oz. refinery-sealed to use it in our daily walk and life
bottles 25c bottle. Approvedby
a
---only
and for His glory!
Good Housekeeping Bureau.
I. Prayer if or..a Prisoner (v. 5). '
/ /
The members of the early Church

knew what., to do with their prob- O /
i
lems and troubles. They prayed.

The same solution is available to-

day. Whatever else we may do by

way of planning and working, it

must follow prayer if we are to suc-

ceed. We really cannot do anythingelse

until, we have prayed.
6*
Troubles may be a blessing if 'H .

they drive us to our knees. Peter ,

GIs was in jail] for the gospel's' sake. 4k
Prayer had been made for his deliverance -

and yet 'the last night e l

had come, and he was still not free.

However his friends prayed on. God
Any hind-for friera
had them faith believe and
or high egg bred- given to
6c up. Ga. U. S. approved, pulloruiu the conviction that they should continue
tested. 100,000 weekly Reds, Rocks, in prayer for him. Under such
Orpingtons, Hampshires, Giants, Leg
horns, Minorcas. AA, AAA, Super A circumstances we must never ceaseto
grades.Light and heavy assorted Write pray, even though the very "zerohour" 9 P i 1x
for details on livability guarantee that has'come. "Man's extremityis
protects you. We have the breeding, God's opportunity
equipment and experience to produce
I champion chicks. Oldest hatchery In II. Deliverance by God (vv. 6-10), k
Georgia and first In state to bloodtest. God does answer prayer. Some
Write .
today.BLUE presumably brilliant folk would haveus
-
RIBBON HATCHERY believe that prayer merely a NEVER before in our experience has a tire v T ..
subjective experience a sort of spir-

215 Forsyth St., S. W., Atlanta, Ca. itual exercise, which does the individual met with such instant and unanimous approval ; ;i, ,

who prays certain good, but as the new Firestone Champion Tire. It's the ; ; 'kx

never reaches God or changes Safety Sensation of .1939! Our customers have .
things How would they explain
what happened to Peter and the started a word-of mouth campaignthat

: hundreds of thousands of other def is making this the biggest >>

SH1F.itTONERVllCm inite prayer answers throughout the
selling tire we've ever had.Motor car
centuries?
The answer in Peter's case was manufacturers have been so impressed 7' "J- >k f '' '

is Traditional Among so remarkable that even he thoughthe by its superior performance that they 1 t

Smart New YorkersThe was only dreaming. ApparentlyGod have adopted it for their 1939 models; I'

Shelton is more than a gave His persecuted servant
hotel; it is a New York institution sweet sleep that night, while He ;, 1 r a
Why? Because the Firestone ;wt
Its rooms are famed kept Peter's friends alert in prayer. '
for their comfort; its two restaurants But when Peter found himself out- Champion Tire is an "entirely new /

for their superior side the he knew L ''
food. Its big swimming poolis happened.prison somethinghad achievement in safety engineering. 4 ,;, r

a favored meeting place of P
the younger set; its restful There are,many interesting thingsto Stronger Cord Body. Thisis /
note in this incident. Observe
'solarium, a quiet place of repose -
; its| famous "Shelton that what Peter could do for himself accomplished first, by the use ; c

Corner Bar" is noted for its God did not do, but what Peter of a completely new type of tire cord I

fine liquors. could not do, God's angel did. Note called "Safety-Lock," in which ,the
And All Ties Outstanding also that when God works the spir- vv ,.
Advantages at Surprisingly cotton fibers are more compactly x
Reasonable Rate. itually unenlightened know nothingof '
Hotel SHELTONLEXINGTON it., The guards did not know interwoven to assure cooler running SAS Ys _

what had happened until morning and provide greater strength. Then, R.'t
AVL-48th-49th Sts.
NEW YORK CITY Consider also that the angel took the fibers in each individual cord,
Peter as far as the open street, then x.y LOUIS MEYER M
left him to himself. God may meeta the cords in each ply and'the plies (, y
Only,7hree-Time Winner i;
special need by miraculous inter- themselves, are all securely locked Annual Indianapolis 1
A Serious Mind
vention, but that does not mean
together by a new and advanced 500-Mile Race
Out of suffering comes the serious _
that from then on we are to live by Champion race driven,
mind. constant miracles. Firestone process of Gum-Dipping % ., '. ,;; x whose Live and chance of /fo.
;
victory depend on tire safety.
Ill. Results of Answered Prayer which provides amazingly greater ,>.vs \ know tire construction and

(vv. 11-17)), And strength r {. thatiswhytheyalectandbuy.
strength; greater ;, % Firestone Tires for their cars.firesfone
0 l l God does not answer prayer or '- il
means safety.
perform any of His mighty works greater

simply to make people marvel or More Non-Skid Mileage. The new Safety-Lock cord LIFE PROTECTOR .
to add to someone's comfort. It is
true that He does thus manifest His construction provides the extra strength needed for the use of the Tire within ;'

loving consideration for us, and that the new, thicker, tougher, deeper Firestone Gear-Grip tread a TireThis

TRIED and PROVEN men do marvel at His greatness, which delivers remarkably longer non-skid mileage. This Firestone amazingnew ,

Blackmail's Medicated Uck-A-Brlk but there are other purposes in the sensational new tread is called "Gear-Grip" because of its developmentmakes f:
workings of His and .
,
Blackmail's Stock Powder grace pOWEr.In 0 u t as
Blackman's Cow Tonic this case the first result was unique design it has more than 3,000 sharp-edged angles harmless! as a slow

Blackman's Hog Powder the freedom of His witness. He had which grip the road with a sure-footed hold to protect against leak.

Blackman's Poultry Powder been in prison and that was for skidding and assure a safe stop Should a blowoutoccur
Blackman's Poultry Tablets God's glory; now he was to be free, the exclusive
Blackman's Lice Powder and that too was to be for His Firestone Safety-
Let Firestone Dealer Firestone Auto
nearby
glory. your or 0 Valve holds sufficient

HIGHEST QUAUTY-IOWEST COST Fellowship resulted from Peter's Supply and Service Store equip your car with a new set of air in the innercompartment

SATISFACTION GUARANTEEDOR liberation. He weht at once to meet Firestone Champion Tires the only tires made that are support the car until to

YOUR MONEY BACK with his fellow believers. Althoughhe safety-proved on the speedway your protection on the highway. it is brought to a safe stop.
BUY FROM YOUR DEALER did not tarry long with them, he
did share with them his remarkable
experience, and admonished themto ,ires tone CHAMPION resto'ne HIGH SPEED Tirestone CONVOY

rt o tell the others. If God has done
5.50-16.\0.60
5.25-17.$14.65 6001817.15 5.25-17.$11.60 6.00.18.$15.45 45021. $8.35
something for you, share the good
news with your brethren. 55016. 14.15 62516. 17.95 55016. 1.75 62516. 16.15 47519. 8.60 55017. 11.00

Service also 55017. 14.65 65016. 19.35 55017. 13.0 65016. 17.40 5.00.19. 9.35 60016. 11.95
resulted from this .
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to Peter delivered
answer
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city boasting that he was too strongfor TRUCK TIRES AND OTHER PASSENGER CAR SIZES PRICED PROPORTIONATELY LOW.i
Herod's jail. Nor was it merely
(l ADVERTISEMENTS. are your guide that he might go from place to
They bring youtoday' Listen to The Voice of Firestone with Richard Crooks, Listen to The Firestone Voice of the Farm-Everett
NEWS to lecture his
about the food you cat and place on unusual ex
the clothes you wear. And the place to perience. He was set free to Margaret Speaks and Alfred Wallensteln, Monday O Mitchell Interviews a Champion Farmer each week

hh find in this out newspaper.about these new things is right about his'normal'life of witnessing go evenings, .over:, .Waf Jon wide .N. B. C. Red Network'; I during noonhoar., See local paper for station and tIme.a .

for Christ. We,are "saved to serve." I







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: frXIUIl THE; CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY, :MARCH JO, 19:19

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The Clewiston News 1 centers. Marshall Mines, Pastor. I I 1939. .*v y .1
I The list of events is given below -
I Curious, I questioned Pearce (SEAL) WILLIAM T. HULL *' "I I
conceived the : Clerk Circuit Court,
Lewis as to how he "The Church of Friendly Distinc
,
Published every Friday in Clewiston, I idea of turning his'commercial turp- tion." Inspection, drill, tower building, 'I March 10,Hendry 17, 24.County, Florida.

Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS entine still into a tourist attraction Services every Sunday: water boiling contest, flapjack

Inc. I sand he explained that being on the Sunday School, 9:45 a. m., B. flipping, dressing race, tent pitch

1 j main highway he found his oper- E. Herring, Supt. ingvood chopping, tug-of-war, >f TICIi Of 11'l'BX'l'I011'0 ,API'1/V
KKATII1.EY BOWDEN, Editor I'atidns were constantly being interrupted Morning Worship 11:00. Ser- knot tying, archery, Scout water FOR PASSAGE OF

by visitors asking permissionto mon by the Pastor.B. rescue, and Scout relay. SPECIAL OR LOCAL. LEGISLATION"NOTICE

Entered as second class mail matter watch the work. Finding so much Y. P. U. 6:30 p. m., V. C. IS HEREBY GIVEN That
February 1, 1927, at the Post Office in'I interest, he decided to work out a Woodward, Director. at the session of the Legislature of
Clewlston, Florida, under the Act or
1939,
March 3, 1597.Sulecrlptlon. II I(I program and provide guides, charging Evening Preaching 7:30 p. m. LEGAL NOTICES Florida application to will convene be in made April for the

a small admission fee. Sermon by the Pastor. passage of special or local legislation -
II the substance of which will be
As a result, the old plantation Midweek Service every Wednesday -
Rate $2.00 Per Year. as follows:
has taken its place as real Flor-
.a at 7:30 m.
I p. AN ACT RELATING TO THE"CITY
Advertifting Ilntea On Application. ida attraction. Thousands of folks XOTICi<: OF SALT OF TAX OF CLEWISTON. IN HCND-

visit it each week, and while it is CKIITJKICATKS, RY COUNTY, FLORIDA; AND
RATIFYING, VALIDATING AND
"'hatIakes A Home?
Devoted to the advancement and wel- now identified as being NEAR Notice Is hereby given that I. G. CONFIRMING ALL ACTS AND
fare of Clewiston and Hendry County.I Brooksville, it won't be long beforewe Beautiful 'mansions, stately gardens Shuman has filed with me written request PROCEEDINGS TAKEN IN THE I
I that the tax certificates together CREATION, ORGANIZATION AND
will think of Brooksvillo as
luxurious furnishings liveried GOVERNMENTAL l FUNCTIONING
omitted
with all (subsequent or
.1 being NEAR the old plantation, for'I servants. What makes a home? A I levied taxes held by the State be ad- OF SAID CITY AND THE CORPORATE -

,...................................................................................................... it will put that community on the I man, a maid and love; what more vertised der for and cash sold as to provided the highest by House bid AND ALL EXISTENCE TAX LEVIES THEREOF. ASSESSMENTS --

map just as Dick Pope's Cypress does it take to have a successful Bill 39G! of the 1937 Acts of the Leg AND SPECIAL AS-
Gardens have publicized Winter home? Happiness in marriage; is islature, upon the following described SESSMENTS AND ALL TAX
I I real estate in the County of Ilendry, SALE CERTIFICATES HERETO-
Too Late To
Classify Haven throughout the nation. it possible today? What is the secret State of Florida, to-wit: FORE :MADE OR ISSUED BY
of Happy Homes? Come to All Section 34, Township 44 S., SAID CITY; AND REPEALING
I Range 33 E. ALL LAWS OR PARTS OF LAWSIN
'usse11 FLA. FEDERAL LOAN BANKS: church Sunday night and hear ,the Said Tax Certificates together with CONFICT WITH THE PROVISIONS -
By Kay FINANCE 291 LOANS ,IN JAN. message, "What Makes A Home?" all subsequent omitted or levied taxes OF THIS ACT.
will be sold to the highest bidder at DATED this 7th) day of March, 1939.
Mission Officers the Court/' House door in LaBelle, ELBERT L. STEWART,
...HNNNNINNNN. . . .Hti. .NNNNNNN. -NNNNN, -11; Vashington.Special).- Get- County of Hendry, State of Florida, Representative
I The executive committee of the on the 25 day of :March, 1939 at Hendry County.
When Pearce Lewis of Brooks- ting off to a flying start in 1939, Women's Missionary Society will 11:00 A. :M.' March 10". 17, 24, 31, April 7. t

ville invited to come over and loan I meet Monday afternoon at three- -----------------------------------
me the 49 insured savings and ----------- -

of Florida's outstanding attractions I thirty at the home of Mrs. A. R.
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see one associations in Florida, financed "
Broadfoot. All officers please be I
his "Old Plantation and 291 loans on Florida homes, in '
present.
"IIIJ
Turpentine Still", located just out January, totaling $810,000, it was Meets .
I Missionary Society \tOM
of town on state road 5, (U. S. 41)I ) reported this week by Nugent Fal- I
The monthly business meeting of
thought it was a lot of hooey. The lon, general manager of the Federal the Women's Missionary Society Rgo FCt _
idea of anybody payin' regular mon-
Savings and Loan Insuranceof I will be held on Tuesday afetrnoon,
ey to see a mess of pine wood anda .
:March 14th at three-thirty at the lIllIf
the amount of direct reduction
plain old turpentine still justdidn't (
church. Mrs. H. L. Davis and Mrs. l I tSL
make any sense to me. Corporation. The cumulative figures pqM H
Herman Davis will serve as host- \
But Pearce was so insistent thatI loans on the books of these insti- '/cs {
esses and refreshments will be
finally broke down and agreedto tutions totaled $33,535,000 on
served. All members and friends
stop by his place, figurin' I February 1. ,
of the society are invited to at- -1i4itup6
could get it over with in fifteenor '
"All indications point to a fine I tend. .
twenty minutes and get him year for home financing and home

off my neck., [ building, and it is expected that ,I Choir Practice lnto

Well, I arrived at the Plantation the insured associations in Florida :I The choir has its rehearsal each oblivionWith

around noon one day last weekto will play a very important part Tuesday evening at 7:30. Persons

find the front yard all cluttered in supplying the funds for much I who enjoy singing are1' invited to Our Direct-Reduction Home

up with a flock of parked cars residential building in that state," join with us. i %

and I joined a gang of Yankee Mr. Fallen stated. I Loan Plan, each monthly payment

personally tourists' just conducted startin' tour out of on the a I He pointed out that, in additionto j'I SEVERAL HUNDRED SCOUTSTO YOU},, INTE"EST. cancels a portion of the loan. That i

mortgage lending, these insured TAKE PART IN FIELD MEET
place. is no interest: :
associations provide their communities part: gone-- you pay
Having seen plenty of stills anda 'MpNtN1.YoIRECT
with exceptional facilities for itand are that much near-
Several hundred Sunny Land on you
few plantations in my time, I be-
gan the trip prepared to be thor- thrift. As of February 1, $20,456000 ,- Council Scouts will participate in Epuc er debt-free home ownership. Ask
[
in private savings was invested
oughly: bored and lookin' down my I a gigantic field meet, in Boca pe'
J I Nome and shall receive further good
in these institutions. Each account '
nose at the poor dumb tourists, and I Grande on Saturday, March 18, you
assume an air of extreme super- is insured up to $5,000 per I as guests of 'Mrs. F. B. Crownin- :8:_ news about our home loan plan. i
iority. person by the Insurance Corp- shield. This is an annual affair

oration, 'a $117,000,000 Federal looked forward to by all Scouts.
But to my surprise, I hadn't gone : Government I(
instrumentality.
750 Scouts, Cubs and Sea Scouts
very far before I found I was justas
Aggregate assets of the insured
I are members of Sunny Land Council "
>
interested .
the '
as yokels, for
associations in Florida Clewiston Federal
,amount to
I of which Clewiston is a part.I Savings
our thoroughly informed guide tookus j .
$37.749,000.The i I There are forty, 'Scout units and 1
step by step through the whole !
i I report was prepared with the best patrol from each unit has
gum, turpentine, resin production Ii
the cooperation of George W. Tomp- been invited to compete in the and Loan Association I INM
process, clearly and intelligently explaining -
kins, executive secretary of the I field meet. Handsome prizes will
every detail, at the same
Florida, Savings, ,Building and Loan I
time giving us a lot of worthwhile,
League, and O. K." LaRoque, preSi-

dustry.After information. concerning the in- Bank dent of of the Winston-Salem.Federal Home Loan .:NNNNH..: .:...:NNN. .:N.:.NNI. ..:11:..:.NMNNN. :N...:NH:H:..:NIINNN.IN:..:..:N.11/M.:If.:HNIIIINHNNNMN Mf111NN/I, :.ININN:...NN.. ..11 HH.y:..NNI:III.:N:II:SIN:NNMNNNN N:.//1.:HNIIN:1f:..:./N:" :11:N:HNI..IN' :.NNN..... ;...;


visiting the still itself, we I ::.:::: .. .'i..i......
were taken through some of the I : .:
;xti

typical plantation negro cabins to the and old-time on throughthe p L mlllllllllmlllillmllllmlImilu II i !h la ; li l !!!!I[6! lllllrmllr.. lll IIIIIIII!!! !I'1Iilll! i'' I .'
negro
"jook joint" where colored folks, WITH THE ,r4 : :::: : I ENJOY AN ::::

from three years of age and up, .

entertained us. While one black Church !I ,
t. ;
Y I
m I I
boy just naturally pounded the 1 ; 'f t.

works out of a piano, others took LmrnI ALL ELECTRIC

turns showing us how to truck, clog loo! I' m I I I: !mlm illimil !I :d I .:.... 1'f .,,,, ,,':,:.', : .:..:.

and mean sure it was'nuff a real"swing show.it", and I COMMUNITY: CHURCH I :::: ,, : ;I'',.,:; ,l2 :. ,:::, 'r :::: 1
HOME '
Then we stopped for a visit with ,Royal Palm Avenue \ : ;
I ,. ". .. ,h .; f!:
Uncle Dudley, 99-year-old negro, Forest C. Taylor, Minister; ', '"' ;, .'

who prior to the Civil War had I 'i..i. AIV \ .:.:::

been a slave on the plantation of Morning worship and sermon next yy ??
yy ??
Noble Buchanan, brother of Presi- Sunday at eleven o'clock. I .

dent Buchanan. The old chap's mindis Sunday sc ooi. every Sunday :::;: ;
that
perfectly clear and he appears in morning at nine forty-five.; I Electricity is the modern servant; a servant ;::;..

perfect health. He is the father of i Christian Endeavor meeting :::: takes care of both, the work and the pleasures of the ::::

38 children, the eldest being 65 and I day evening at 6:30. sun-I :: :
home and that will do everything quickly efficiently i
the youngest 23 months. His present The Junior Endeavor will :t:'t' one ."::.
.:. : '
and second wife, is now 35 years of Monday afternoon. Mrs. O. A. Jones .;.is; and economically.One :_t::_!: I

age, and married Dudley at the age and :Mrs. J. D. Bruce in charge. yy ?

of named 13. Each for a of state Dudley's, and he children has only is ed The to public worship is very in the cordially Community invit- :.,:: penny will toast 26 crunchy slices, of toast, or .:;:::


ten complete more to go the, the Union old man before hopesto he Church. ::::;:!:;: give your eyes two hours of safe reading light or operate ::;:f::

dies. Believe-It-Or-Not Ripley per- SAINT MARGARET'S CHURCH :t.:YAA your radio for most of a day-and-ELECTRICITY is :i::_;:.

sonally featured investigated him in Uncle one Dudleyand of his Rev. Lawrence-J. Flynn, pastor I :!::: one thing that gets cheaper the more of it that you use. ::*

,ItI y
famous cartoons. Mass Sunday evening at eight

We were then taken to the o'clock here in Saint Margaret's I :!::: That is why it is so easy to have and enjoy a home :;:

Plantation Church where Rev. J. J. and ,at ten-thirty in Saint Mary'-j, ...... .
Kelsey, a typical old time negro Pahokee. .:..!. that is all electric, and modern. ::::i:
\ .:...
!
.i.'i.
Baptist preacher, eulogized and Confessions Saturday evenings yy ?

elucidated in a most entertaining from 7:30 until 8:30, and before I .. "' ....:.
T
manner and introduced the negro Sunday Masses. : :


choir old which plantation sang several numbers.As spiritualsand evening Lenten during Devotions Lent every at eight Friday o'- I:::: ELECTRICITY IS YOUR CHEAPEST. SERV.. ::

we continued ... .:..:.
our journey the clock, followed by devotions in honor -
y
guide gave us an interesting ac- of Our Lady of Perpetual Help. yt 1

count of early plantation life, cor- All devotions are brought to a &:!::;: ANT-USE IT EXTRAVAGANTLY. : :::::

recting the false opinion held by close by the observance of benedic- x \ X

many northerners concerning the tion of the Most Blessed Sacrament. ?
South and the negro. Ex-slaves on Religious Instruction Class for ,:,,:. '- .:...t.t .

life the plantation told of their early children is conducted every Satur- :::: I :i:::
and answered any questions the day morning at nine o'clock. ::8;

visitors cared to ask. Choir practice for the children's :B!: ARV .I..?..

Altogether, the old plantation and choir every Saturday morning at

turpentine still proved to be not ten o'clock. If


a only right tourist an educational interesting attraction exhibit,stands but a acehighfor and down-as Sunday Week-day 7:30 o'clock.being Mass Holy every Name morningat Sunday j*l_ Giades Power and light Co. fit!


it
is entirely different from the men of the parish are

anything else: in the state and tells urged to receive Holy Communion l ;AA_: :' .tt...
i an authentic story of the southa in y f t
deep honor of the Holy Name cf .
subject the visitor is keenly! Jesus. II 'z.yy'' .y:..!. .
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interested In our modern in but cities fails to encounter I The public is welcome' in this ,'t"Ot.::. ., ........................ .".".".".".".".".H.".-...................................................".".".".".".'..".".".".".".".',......................................'..................:....!:. "
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I'lUDAYl.tUtCll JO, 1&39 THE CLEWJSTON ....NEWS. PAGE JbTVFt
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(.1:11:HN, :1.:N:..:0--: :":":'.:NN: :":":":":":":":":":..:..:..:.N111NHN1.;NN NNNNNN11NN11NN l ;N1t M. W. Bigg, Mrs. Keathley BO\y-1'MRS. } L) ORE WINS HIGH PRIZE I won second' prize and received
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,,, 'i' 'i. den, .Mrs Sidney l Crochet, AT WEEKLY BRIDGE CLUB shantung in a green and white

I\ .Y. .Y:' Claude Downs, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, I print. I
Mrs. J.V',. Francis, Mrs. H. R. Mrs R. C. Nowling entertain Attending were Mrs. R. C. N owl-

i PERSONAL and SOCIETYMr. i Hall, Mrs. Fred Henricksen, Mrs.R. 'ed members 'of her bridge club at ing, Mrs R. C. Wilson, Mrs. Roy

Y' H. Knight, Mrs. William Lucaa, her home on Wednesday' afternoon. Alston, Mrs.. C. E; Nail, 11r8V..
Mis. William/ H Lanier, Mrs. E. C. A' linen scarf was won by Mrs. John H. Lanier Mrs. J. B. Schroeder

Mills, Mrs C. E. Miner, Mrs. I. M. Elmore as high score prize, and a Mrs Shelley and Mrs. 'Turner.WM. .

.;..'.;...;...;...;..;..........................u..u.u.u..u..u.u.u.u.u..u..u..u..u..u..u.u.......-....-.-.-.-..-.-.-.-..... .- -.- ... .. .-. .. Mrs.Pafford W., Mrs.W. Perry R. Y.Mrs.Patterson M. M., set Woodward of mixing as bowls low by prize.Mrs. V. C. MCCBACKEN CELEBRATES
r.n.
and Mrs. M. M. Prewitt Mrs. Eric Brodin left Sundayfor Prewitt, Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw, Salad, sandwiches and cookies NINTH .BIRTHDAY WITH PARTYA

:spent Monday in Miami. her home in Philadelphia after Mrs. W. F. Simpson, Mrs. ;R... N. ; were served to Mrs. E. L. Hayes, '

I visiting with Mr. and Mrs. H. J. B. Smith, Mrs. H. J., B. Scharnberg, Mrs. Glen Etherton,' Mrs. Foy Dur- weiner roast was given by
Mrs. D. G. Alston spent Friday Scharnberg for a few weeks. Mr. Mrs. O. II. Scharnberg, Mrs. O. F. rence, Mrs. L. A. Wells, Mrs. A. C. Mrs.: Win. McCracken Wednesday

:and, Saturday in Miami.Mr. I and Mrs. Scharnberg accompaniedher Schiffli, Mrs. Elbert L. Stewart, Carlton, Mrs. R. M. Hare, Mrs. afternoon: to celebrate the ninth

to West Palm Beach Mrs. F. C. Taylor and Mrs.' M. E. Clarence Roberts, Mrs. John El- birthday of her son, William., The
and Mrs. I. S. Bell were VonMach. t more and Mrs. V. C. Woodwaid. group went to the levee, gathered

,visitors in West Palm Beach Thurs- Mrs. ,J. W. Ezelle, Mr. and Mrs.F. I wood and enjoyed a supper by the
C. Taylor,. Miss Inez Lammonsand '
day.
EMMA JANE E/ELLE ST. PATRICK'S THEME USED open camp-fire. Boat rides, pro-
Miss Evelyn Burhans were vis- CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY FOB )MISS PALMER'S BRIDGE vided by Wilbur Goff, were an
Mrs.. "W. C. Owen and Mrs. F. itors in West Palm Beach' Satur- I unexpected and entertaining feature
M. Wright were visitors Mondayin day.
of the afternoon.
Emma Jane Ezelle-is celebratingher Miss Mae Palmer used a green
Fort Myers. fifth birthday this afternoonand and white color scheme Wednes Attending were Bob Berner, Gene
.
---- Air. and',1Irs.. Jones Bryan hadas Mrs. Ezelle is entertainingwith day'eveni"ng when she entertained Bledsoe, Kay Bowden, Ben Bolton -

Miss Hortense Collins is leaving ,their guests over the week-end a children's party in her members of her bridge club. The Kim Kolstad, Gene Mills, Bub
tomorrow for Orlando to enroll in Mr. and Mrs. W. Mills
George Bryan of ,daughter's honor. living room decorated with Oliver, Jack and Junior Mar-
business college. I Valrico, Mr and Mrs. J. ',I., Cotnp. Several including the fav- flowers arranged war in green and tinez,' Leonard Moore, Billy Perry
games
,ton of Lakeland and
Mrs Anna and Dick Schiffli.
white baskets, and her refresh-
orite "pinning the tail on thedonkey"
Mrs. J. G. Niblack' and Mrs. M. Lightsey of Oak Park.BIRTHS.
ments were ice cream, mint lemon ;I
will be played by the
J. Hirsch were visitors Saturday
in West Palm Beach. children, and favors of miniature I ade and shamrock cookies decoratedwith I I J. W. COUSE
implements and toys of metal will green. Appropriate tallies
Counselor and Atlorneyat Law
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Henricksen i be distributed to the guests. The were used.
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Guthrie Mrs. T. B. Shelley won high Hopkins Building
and
refreshments ice
spent Saturday shopping in West are cream I
are parents of a baby boy, who 'cake.' score and received white linen Wednesdays and Saturdays
Palm Beach. birthday I
I was born at their home here Sat- dress material, Mrs. H. H. Turner I 0:30 to '4:00
Invited are Carol Augur, Bettye
urday, March 4th.
Mrs. F. M. Wright and daughter, Carol Flaniken, Evelyn Dodge, -----
Nancy, visited an Sarasota Satur- Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Cuttino are ( Pafford, Patsy Meredith,
I :Mary Kay : H .: N : :11 :N 1:1:1: N :.:N N N:N:.1:N:.1:N:1f N:11:N:N N .: N ..N Nsometimes .
parents of, an eight and one-half N: N:N: N :N:N N :1 : IN:N: :' : : :1 N:N: M:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:M: :
El-
day. i Heather Guthrie, Sue Cornette,
pound baby girl, who was born at
-, I eanor VonMach, Rachel Miner,
Mr. and Mrs.. I. M. Pafford, Anne the Clewiston Emergency Hospital Anne Elizabeth Prewitt, Clare :i: .:.

and Mary Kay Pafford were Sat- r Wednesday March 8th. Jones, Carol Joy Alston, Shirley :!: Wrong ::

( urday visitors in Fort Myers.Mr. Mr. and Mis. W. H. Warren announce Owen, -' Hudson, Barbara y.

I the arrival of a baby 'girl Bruce, Don Terrell, Bevoly Flani-

and Mrs: C. M. Post' spent Thursday, March 9th. ken, John Schiffli, Billy Broad- : This Time RIGHT

the, week-end visiting in Clearwat- foot, Kim Kolstad, Vollney Rob-

era MRS. OWEX .AIRS., WRIGHT bins, Joe Schroeder, Jo Ann Couse

HOSTESSES AT BRIDGE and Gale Curry. t


Albany J.Clewiston Irvin;; after Davis'spending on business.' left several'Friday daysin for Wright Mrs. W.were C. Owen hostesses and Mrs.Wednesday F. M. ALTAR VAUGHN SOCIETY HOME MEETSAT ji For Building Your Home ji


F c'- t afternoon at a:: bridge, party givenat
Mr. and Mrs. R. : Wilson were'I the home of Mrs. Owen. Mrs.J. .
visitors Tuesday in West Palm Mrs. Harry Vaughn and ..lIrs.W.. ?
.
D. Bruce, winner of high score, :: _
I Sr. entertained the ; :!:
Beach. P. Vaughn, LOTS CHEAPER
Mrs. W. F. Simpson, winner of -
'i average score and Mrs. R. H. I I I Altar Society of St. Margaret's'

Knight, winner of cut prize received Church at their home Thursday
.I COSTS LOWER
:!:, :!:
I pieces of lovely hand-blown afternoon' for the regular monthly '0'.

John Elmore' glasswar ein replicas of antique business meeting.Mrs. :*: -V ?:" FINANCING EASIER ::

pattern. Mrs. H. J. B. Scharnberg, G. A. Yon presided at the V .
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Lovvorn, Mrs.: Who held low, score received a set meeting and Mrs. Z. G. Meredithgave + \ 'xI

'K.
spent Sunday in Okeechobee with received, a pair of Hungarian plaques -- refreshments were served by \\I E.
relatives. jt i and Mrs. William Lucaa a the, hostesses to Mrs. G. A. Yon, J. iIBEARDSLEY :

box of stationery as guest memen- Mis. Zerney ,Meredith- Mrs..J. F. ,
I Id ?
Lida Mrs. 0., F. Schiffli' Mrs.
Mrs. J.' W. Adkins, Mrs. toes. Tippey ,

Short and Mrs. A. D. Moran ot I Ice cream and individual cakes B. A. Bourne, :Mrs. H. J. Oglesby, ::; Real Estate ,Hopkins Bldg. ::
; Moore Haven; were visitors here decorated in'pastel colors were I Mrs. M. E. VonMach, Mrs.: H., A. V
I
Wednesday. I served by the hostesses to Mrs. Hor- : Bestor, Miss Eleanor Flynn and -

ace Bestor, Mrs. J. D. Bruce, Mrs: Father Lawrence Flynn. .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: ...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.
E. L., Stewart' ,. C. E.> Miner and I I"J

D. G. Alston attended a meeting
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.t of the county commissioners held _
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in ,LaBelle Tuesday.Mr. .
I

and Mrs. B. C. Flaniken

and children, Bevoly and' Bettye; ;
Carol, were Saturday visitors in The a'n" r
CHEVROLET
I Fort, Myers.
:
i comhininq
Mrs. H. H.- Turner spent the low-priced car

week-end_ 'in LaBelle visiting her '

parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. De-

laney. IMisses i "All Cost'

Dorothy Hare and Hazel r .: That Best at Lowe's' ..

Prince spent the week-end in Can- 1- _. ....""",
,..
al Point visiting Mr. and Mrs. Judson ; :
Francis. > ,

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Mrs. F. Deane Duff visited fora '

few days this week: with her ;> .;, :. .
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: : : trea
mother, Mrs. F. Edward Bryant, .:"lf. : :,: ew usfo'n T mtylJi

in Palm Beach. '
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Mrs. Foy Durrence, Mrs. Sidney ,

Crochet and Mrs. C. H. Berner
spent Thursday in West Palm
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Beach. I-
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Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Bruce and

daughter, Barbara, spent Sunday
visiting Lake Wales and Bok Tower. -

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Miss Alma Crews of Fort Myers .
were guests Sunday of Mr. and

Mrs. ;E. C. Mills and family. RN Co f '

\ It takes the best In motor car design, engineering and manufacturing vf' ,. pfzcl"sir a oUU Rr fF AIj FS
Mrs. Clara Palmer of St. Cloud
spent Tuesday and Wednesday 'here I to give the best in motoring results. Today, as always, Fploe.lil AcIrooRJdR

visiting her sons and daughter, I lir 9Srnemp
Chevrolet_ brings you the best in modern motoring at the lowest r A rrh
Bill and, Malley Palmer and Miss }

Mae Palmer.Mr. cost In purchase price, operation and upkeep. See this car at

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and Mrs. O. H. Scharnberg, your Chevrolet dealer's-today!

Mrs. H. J. B. Scharnberg, Mrs. I 'r, e8

William Lucaa and Mrs. J. D. : ,Don't be satisfied with anything but the best- New06sNSAf'iryffq

Bruce spent Tuesday at Fort Myers RfS
Beach. BUY A CHEVROLET! perf eryoIoRCked p
S p'd lit
A GENERAL MOTORS VALUE o 'auli.
e1 j p1Q Br k6y
Mr and Mrs. M. E. VonMach $' # #ff ff %.'. f % '..% ..: 4W''h<@ W'f% f % % }e G/QSS411 un
and family spent Sunday in West

Palm Beach visiting Mr. VonMach's SEE YOUR LOCAL CHEVROLET DEALER
sister, Mrs. Frances Blake and his ,
sister-in-law, Mrs. George VonMach J)
' who arrived there from their home

in Detroit the past week-end to Clewis
ton Motor
spend a few days in Palm Beach : Company

,, and Miami. They expect to stop in
'1 i--: Clewiston on their return home for

\ a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Von Clewiston V Florida

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He Was It r
AUTHOR OF : "A funny thing happened to my

, SAMUEL HOPKINS ADAMS 'IT HAPPENED I mother in Berlin."
"I thought you said you were
born in London."
ONE NIGHT'O

SAMUEL HOPKINS ADAMS WNU SERVICE "Pay your taxes with a smile,"

says a writer. Unfortunately, the

CHAPTER XI-Continued herself wishing ardently for the return derelict cleared a way to its mouth one who has been brutally mauled.It tax-collector wants cash
-19- of Gloria and Martin; less ardently and swallowed it. seemed hardly a minute later

"And Miss Van Stratten naturally for that of Kelsey Hare. "That's better. Thanks." when he awoke, ,struggling. "No; Waiting Room
denies everything. To you," inter- Marne was thoroughly angry and "How did you ever get here?" no!I" he heard himself protesting. Teacher-Willie, give a defini-
rupted Mr. Gormine. disgusted with Kelsey. That he had He lifted his arm and made a wild Marne was trying to disengageher tion of home.
"Well; no. Not exactly denies it. technically "insulted" her with his smear of his face. "I don't just exactly hand. "It's all right," she said Willie-Home is where part of
suspicions of her laxity did not count know. I washed up some soothingly. "I'll be right back." 'the family waits until the othersare

But"Mr.. Sayles, I am really sur- for so much. She was not Victorian- where, I believe." "What is it?" through with the car.

prised at you," broke in the other minded, and was fair enough to ad- "Somewhere? Where?" During the two hours of his nap, SYMPATHETICTeacherWhy
severely. "Your gullibility is aston mit that appearances were to some "Along the shore of the lake. Flot- the wind had dropped and the rain

ishing. Obviously, you have let yourself extent against her, though what he sam and jetsam." was a soft murmur.

be taken in. I know little of had meant by his nonsense about "Well, you'd better wash up "Don't you hear something?"

women, but J am informed upon direct evidence, she could not guess. again," she advised struggling asked Marne.
adequate authority, that the least What annoyed her most was his against an impulse of hysterical "Only the flood."

trustworthy of the sex is the straw- almost hysterical stupidity. It did laughter. "You're an awful spec- "Someone calling," she insisted.He .
blonde type." occur to her that the conduct of tacle." The mirth in her eyes altered sat up. Every muscle in his ,

"The what?" young men in love was likely to be I to doubt. "What happened? body was sore from the pummelingof

"Ashen or straw blonde, as I be- slightly abnormal: she had observedthat 1 saw your car. I suppose you fell the waters, but he felt refreshed,
lieve it is called." phenomenon with dispassionate in, looking for the bridge." alert and strong again.

"Miss Van Stratten is not' a interest before. Her interest, this "No; I didn't fall in." "You can hear all sorts of voicesin r-
blonde." time, was far from dispassionate.It Her eyes were wide now. "You running water."
"Nonsense I Definitely a blonde, was definitely personal and wrath- didn't jump in, did you?" "I'm almost certain-There it is is it, Tommy, you
with Persian-cat eyes, yellowish ful. If he was in love with her, why "It didn't look so bad," said he again." She ran from the room and so often have a headache at spell-

nd exhibiting what might be termed couldn't he have said so? apologetically. opened a window. Hustling into a ing period.TommyDon't.

disconcerting gleams." Mr. Kelsey Hare was definitelyon "Whatever induced you to run robe, and grabbing for his shoes, he know ma'am;
The description was too pat to be her mind, where he had no busi- such a mad risk?" she demanded. followed. To their straining ears but it always seems to come on

misinterpreted. "Wait a minute," ness to be, and she resented it. "You were over here." came a faint and desolate wail. me that way in spells.An 't

besought the breathless Kelsey. To evict him from that positionshe "I'd have been all right. "Gall! Gal! Gal!"

"You've.got the wrong girl," I decided to go out and look for "Maybe. I shouldn't. I had to. "It's Glunk! unemployed actor finally
"He's in landed a booking the other day
She at iden- trouble.
"By no means. once
tified herself as-" r M' .f 6 m f.k2.yj.r'2'jI/2W' :
"Listen to me. Did she say 'Sweet Weary, forlorn, piteous, it might though he's walking on leather.

cheese'n crackers'? Didn't she? have come from anywhere in the
sodden, closed-in universe about It's in the Charge
Didn't she? Speak up, man! I
"Why, now that you mention it, I i them. Teacher-Can any of you tell
believe she did. What, if anythingdoes I "I'm going to look for him." me the difference between light- ..
it mean?" : "Where?" He laid a hand on her ning and electricity?
arm. Tommy Yes, sir we don't
Mr. Gormine will never know. His
interrogator jammed up the receiver She shook it off. "1 don't know. have to pay for lightning.
"
leapt out into the storm, and, But I'm going.
turning the first corner banged into "Gal! Gal!" The despairing iter-
ation sounded fainter now. Here's how to relieve -
Miss Gloria Glamour. He clutchedher
in no gentle grip. Memory flashed a message intoMarne's MI HAT your discomfort.child'scold
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brain. "He's in the well.
"Heyl" protested the beauty-girl. Rub with stainless,
"Fallen in? How could he?" Mother
"Unhand me, villain. Lay off, will \jTJ snow-white Penetro.
"He's got his money there. He It's extra-medicated.
you, Tempy? You hurt. SHOULD
"What did you do it for?" must have gone after it and some- :Vapors tend to relieve -

"Do what? Hi! Marty I Rescue! thing's happened." N0u congestion of
Kelsey found a torch. Arm in respiratory mucousmembrane
Our star boarder's gone batty.
arm they plunged into the swirl] and
Martin Holmes came up on the coughing. Penetro
which plucked and wrenched at
run. He put his arm around the a eases chest tight.nessstimulateslocal.-
their footing like a malevolent thing.
girl and drew her into a sheltering N ;
The voice sounded its plea again: I
doorway, Kelsey, with his hold un- "Gal! GaIl""Coming circulationgives'f
relaxed "
following. "
shouted Marne.
"Break," suggested Martin. They fought their way to a scene PETOPreserved
"I want to know why she's been of ruin. Undermined by the gnawing I

playing hell with Marne." pressure, the arbor above the well

Martin gave the girl a look. "I had collapsed, choking the four-foot in Memory'Tis I

told you this was going to turn aperture of the stout masonry protecting alone that en- ,i

around and bite you. Well, 1 ex- < the mouth. Fortunately the riches memory the mind by preserving \
pect he's got a right to an answer." water was still a foot short of the
what our labor and industry daily I
Gloria gaped. "Where do you get top. They found refuge in the lee collect.-Watts.
your information, Tempy? And of the stonework. Marne thrust her

where do you get in on it, any- "Easy there, Kelse," interposed Martin. I head into the tangle of timber.
,way?" "Glunk," she called.
"Never mind where 1 got it. The the lights of the hoped-for car m get back to you to-to do some grov- "Gal," he answered with an accent FEEL GOODHere

rpoint is, I've just accused Marneof which Gloria and her companionhad eling." of relief and trust so profoundthat Is Amazing Relief for
. having an affair with Snydacker left that morning. Proceedingwith She laughed a little wildly. "I it shook her heart. Conditions Due to Sluggish Bowels
and now 1 find-" caution, she made her way to should say you'd been doing some." "Are you all right?" >> __.t If you think Laxatives \
"Oh, sweet cheese'n crackers!" the edge of the brawling flood which, "Marne, I've been the double- "Head hurt." ija1ii u f._fllUl' ,..liI''IJ act all v.gotable aillle.: just lautlve.trY this.

gasped Gloria. "You would do some- only a few days before, had beena damnedest fool that ever lived, to "Hang on. We'll get you." n.IIo"a, invigorating. Dependable So mild thorough relief from refreshing -
peaceable and well-behaved brook. Whatdo Elck headaches bilious spells, tired feeling when
believe that rot about
thing like that[ Where does that you. "Urgck. associated with constipation.
leave me?" As she stood, peering out into the you want me to say?" After one swift inspection Kelseyhad Without Risk get druggist.a 25o fkrt KR test from-your then

"It ought to leave you in jail for night, a flicker of lightning displayed "Nothing." gone to the house for ax and If not delighted return the box to us. We will
refund the purchase
the rest of your life. What did you to her incredulous eyes the "As hopeless as that?" he asked. rope. Directing the light downward, price. That fair. jgi *
do it for?" I car, stationary on the opposite "No. That isn't what I mean." Marne saw the gnome's powerful Get NR Tablets today. AAj'i',1 fflQIlIU' j'j<|.i>i

"Fifteen thousand dollars. And I shore. It seemed to be empty. She Indeed[ all the righteous indignation frame wedged between the stone ALWAYS CARRY QUICK RELIEF
don't even get that." shouted but the wind snatched the had ebbed out of her at first walls, his feet settled into a cranny. ( fANOY FOR ACID
I _.,,
"Easy, there, Kelse," interposed voice from her mouth and overboreit understanding of why he had come."Don't There was a gash across his head. INDIGESTIONHelpless
Martin, as his friend began shakingthe with its own more strident clam- you think there's been too "Can you hold on, Glunk? I'm go-

unfortunate culprit again. "She or.At much said already?" ing to stay right here." j
didn't mean any harm. It'll all be least, the car would be a "Probably." He closed his eyes "Tired" said Glunk feebly. Laws

squared soon. Only we haven't told means of getting to town. Gingerlyshe and wavered a little."You're "No; no," she cried in terror. What can laws do without morals -
sought for the bridge. It did "You mustn't be tired. You're not
Marne yet. There's the car. Hop : hurt! she cried sharply. ?-Franklin.AT .
in and Gloria will explain." not seem to be where she expectedto "No; I don't think so. I've taken tired. It'll be only a minute now.

All three got in and the beauty-girl find it. Another flash illumined rather a beating." Keep your grip. Hang on." She

spoke her piece. "I figured on mak- the scene. It revealed the daunt- "You've got to get your clothesoff poured out a stream of encourage-

ing a nice, little clean-up for all of ing fact that the bridge was not only ," said she practically. "There ment and admonition, as if by the h f
us," said she sorrowfully. "But Mar- absent from its proper place, but may be something broken." sheer potency of words she could eoooDIUO l/

tin put the ki-bosh on it." that it was nowhere else to. be seen. "Call Glunk. He'll help me." maintain him.t STORES ,
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-- Marne went back to the house long last Kelsey came back.
"Glunk isn't here. I'll do it
"Well, I'll be-what are we go- my- Reot E ,
and sat down to think it over. The While Marne directed the electric t..K aS12
ing to do with' her? Kelsey appealed self.
situation was plain enough. She was beam, the rope end was lowered and
to his friend. Without fuss or ado she undressedhim 0
SA s
a
completely cut off from the world. Glunk instructed to put the noose '
towels and hot water
"Personally, I'm going to brought
marry beneath his arm-pits. Now if his : 608 !
of
Islanded.[ Marooned. A prisoner
her," answered Martin. "Before she and removed such of the silt and r
condemned to indefi- strength gave out, he would at least Tl6ssedReIZ
the waters, an BtQs
can pull any more fast ones." mud as had not been ground into his ,
the bot-
nite stretch.So be safe against falling to
"And I'm going to be a good little skin. He seemed hardly more than
that was that. Meantime, be- tom. A turn of the rope around a 1 1WNU7
forever after. Be half conscious. She brought him an-
gal a sport, finished that of
nearby tree part
she adjured Kelsey, "and square it ing a practical ,young person, she other drink and ordered him to go .
the preliminaries.The
for me with Marne, won't you?" saw no reason for going hungry. In to sleep. At this he roused himself. I rest was less simple. "You 10-39
Glunk's absence she collected what
"I've got myself to square with "Not yet," he begged. "I've got "
bade the
stand by, Kelsey girl,
she could find of his utensils, en- "
Marne first. Suppose you two get you on my mind. "
"while I clear this stuff away. 11 I
the fire found tea
out of this car. I'm in a hurry Anddon't couraged some "You can keep me there until you of it slipping to- / II
see any part
bread and eggs, and accomplished arespectabe you I
break your valuable necks getting It while wake up. ward the opening, try to divert it.He's .
back to Headquarters any supper. was < "No. I'd never be able to get to been hit by one piece. An- 1
that she heard above
cleaning
up "
sooner than you need to. sleep. "
other finish him.
the raving night, something that might Help' Them Cleanse the Bloodof
"
A fountain of mud and water was "Very well, said she quietly."Let's Standing almost knee-deep now,
sounded like a human call. Harmful Body Waste
seen by several astonished observers have it over as soon as pos: he attacked the ruin. First on this
proceeding down the Lake Road "Glunk!" she cried.A sible. You thought I was A. Leon's side, and then on that, he loosenedthe waste Your matter kidneys from are the constantly blood stream.filterlae But
in the manner and with the'speed ofa weight fell heavily against the mistress." supports.The kidneys sometimes Jag in their work-do
side A voice not Glunk's not act as Nature intended-fail to remove -
waterspout. At the brook, the djoor. announced "Yes.
structure leaned and wa impurities that, if retained, may
driver made a wild swerve and thickly: "I wasn't." vered. "Look out!" warned the ax- poison the system and upset the whole

pulled up just in time. "I'm here." "Good God! Don't I know it nowl! man, stepping aside. body. Symptoms machinery.may be nagging backache

The bridge had gone out. Arming herself with the poker, That's why I had to get back here. There was a crash. Most of the persistent headache,attacks dizziness, ,
she ran to the spot. As she threw To tell what rat I'd been." getting up nights, swelling puffiness
you a wreckage fell into the current and under the eyes-a feeling of nervous
CHAPTER XII c the door open, a creature unbeliev- Well, you're here. It's settled.No was snatched away. One short and anxiety and loss of pep and strength.
Other signs of kidney or bladder disorder -
ably disheveled, muddied, and bat- ," she forbade peremptorily as he heavy scantling detached itself from may be burning, scanty or too

Darkness, early descending, add. tered lurched ,in and leaned againstthe would have gone on, "I don't want the mass. Marne snatched at it, but frequent There should urination.be no doubt that prompt
ed to the depression of Miss Marion wall. I to hear any more now. We aren'tso missed. It shot down into the black treatment Is wiser than neglect. Use

Norman Van Stratten's spirits. She "Give me a drink." far from square. I thought you opening. A cry split the darkness. new Doan't friends Pitta.lor Doan't more have than been forty winning years.

was experiencing a loneliness unprecedented "Kelsey she said, not quite cer- were a rotter and found you weren't. The two seized on the rope and with They ,have a nation-wide reputation. ...
in her hitherto well- tainly. Would you go to sleep prettily now frantic pulls brought up a limp Are country recommended over Ask by your grateful neighbor people the ).dI
companioned life. Even Glunk had "What there is left," he con- if I sat here and held your hand?" form.

abandoned her. No response was firmed. He turned her fingers in his, set Marne flashed the light into the

forthcoming to her repeated and She darted to the kitchen, came his lips to the curve of her palm, face and turned it away again. I iiii
emphatic. bell-ringings. She found back with a glass of Scotch. The and fell into the profound sleep of (TO BE CONTINUED)



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Lcmons.-Lemons soaked Of dollars' by the..

10 minutes in warm water will score

yield more juice than unsoaked A dime i is just a.

lemons. o I" "I Do dime to him

sweeper Keep Down must Dust.-If be emptied the indoors carpet, Snoopie And it is nothing

empty it into a dampened news- more.
paper to prevent 'dust from scat- Ii.v1ecA"r1.
tering.:
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When Fowl. A better -c y
< Cleaning : ?;
grip can be obtained while draw- 0
ing a fowl if the hands are dipped 0 l
from time to time in cold water
in which a handful of table salt WNU Service,
has been dissolved.


'Singing Fish" / pl IO l 7/I Horse StealingIn

Probably the most musical bodyof the yesteryears horse steal-
water in existence is the lagoonof ing was as prevalent as automo-
Batticaloa, Ceylon., On bright bile stealing is today. And it was
moonlight nights, its thousands. of just as serious a crime, but the
"singing" fish come close to the method of punishment was lashingon
surface and produce musical the back instead of incarceration. -
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notes, sometimes as varied as
The first offense called for 50
those made by a symphony orchestra o0
is to 100 lashes, the second 100 to
when it tuning up.-
Collier's. t ICIM 200 lashes, while the third offense
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0 ov both ears cropped," be impris-
u oned and fined not more than

ACTS FAST $1,000.
: Persons who knowingly boughta
stolen horse were liable to sim-
Q J \\o 'o ilar punishment.
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Simple Way Eases i1. .: Do Luden's do more,

Pain with Amazing Speed 0 0 6 W than relieve?
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Copyrleht, \V. N. tT.) O t3 11" : :Yes, their WER added alka-

: : line factor helps buildup

your alkaline reserve.

BEEN GIVE-N( MY LAST
CHANCE, LUBIN'S 50

COLONEL r MENTHOL COUGH DROPSDangerous

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Men are apt to play with their
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1. To ease pain and 2. If throat Is raw Joseph's analgesic
discomfort and rerom cold crush and IM, action'relieves discom..
dace fever tako 2 dissolve 3 Bayer Cold
Bayer Tablets Tablets In J$glass of fort of colds, muscular
drink class of water. water..gargle. P j t \ Misery aches and simple head

Use Genuine BAYER Aspirinthe 'F ache. 12 tablets lOG

Moment Your Cold Starts
Ql
The simple way pictured above :1- B a .
often brings amazingly fast relief
from discomfort and sore throat
colds.
accompanying
More OpportunitiesA
Try it. Then- doctor.
He probably will tell see you your to con- -PUT ONE OP MA'S wise man will make more
tinue with Bayer Aspinn because it PANCAKES( ON THE- opportunities than he finds.-Lord
acts so fast to relieve discomfortsof PHONOGRAPH Beaconsfield.
a cold.And to reduce fever.
This simple way, backed by i
scientific authority,has largely sup-
How Women
planted the use of strong medicinesm ",.;
easing cold symptoms. Perhapsthe
easiest, most effective way yet in i Their 40's
discovered. But make sure you get i

genuine Aspmn. BAYER...... By Yw Can Attract MenHere's

..:, good advice for a woman during her
J. Millar Watt change (usually from 38 to 62), who fears
," ::; c she'll lose her appeal to men, who worries
.. 15 FOR 12 about hot flashes, loss of pep, dizzy spells,
and moody spells.
upset nerves
2 FULL DOZEN Get more fresh air, 8 hrs sleep and if you
need a good general system tpnic take Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound made
1 upcciaU/lor] women. It helps Nature build
@Bell Syn&eate.-WNU Service. up physical resistance,thus helps give moro
Over-Modesty OWNUA vivacity to enjoy life and assist calming
\; Too much modesty sinks to a jittery nerves and disturbing symptoms WELL that
often accompany change of life.
weakness. WORTH TRYING!

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who spends all he gets is in
IRRITATIONSfj +}A rcA the highroad to beggary.Proverb. -
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MAIL Yom nun TO. T A MUCH FARTHER
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T 4 4e l Formidable Foe

Formidable is that enemy that
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sales the merchants of J MI Gi T 6 E:7
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town in the : {u N GTt Itt
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f :; s09E lOc & 25c
columns of this paper.Theymean o ; r

money saving to our .

readers. It always pays to P ADVERTISINGI.

.'i patronize the merchants .i

1L who advertise. They are ( is as essential to business as
E By rain to growing crops. It is the
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or, their prices. I Let us show,you
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- only six failed to show proper gain plans and extension of the live; ,
feated the Belle Glade junior highboys School Program I ', *
L cal Teams Lose here Thursday by a score of and were sold as runts. Florida stock division. ,'''+ I

18-10. Carol Redish with ten ppints Is Given Today cattle was used in the experiment LaBelle's market 7s fast nearing M
To Moore Haven was the high scorer of the game. but some of it was good blooded .completion. It is. being built as a. y JVPA

The Bello Glade junior girls stock., The finest specimen was a \ project and the force now
'. the Clewiston senior high Brahma cross sired by a Devon ia at work on the sales arena and
played An Indian program was presented -
The Clewiston Tigers played one team and this game Clewiston ,Won male. This animal averaged a gainof grandstand. The cattle building
01 their best games against the of 21-10. at a school chapel program this 2.82 pounds daily during the with 15 pens under shed has been
by a score
si J',ng> Moore Haven TerrIers Tuesd morning by the pupils of the Fourth 120 day test. The lowest feeding be in connection with laying out-

\ night only to lose by a onep Grade and several school patronswere cost shown per hundred pounds of finished.
"I nt margin in the last few min- Tigers Lose First present to enjoy it. I gain was $7.99 which was in the
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cattle.
2.-30 J in favor of Moore Haven. Game In TourneyThe This program was the climax of I pasture-fed The successful bidders for the

\dkins and Leath of Moore Hav- several!' weeks of study -of Indian I stock paid 8.85 cents for the forty\ :

CI' were high point scorers witli matched customs and habits by the grade four better animals and six cents
Clewiston Tigers
n p and eight icspectively. Von which has made posters, bows and for the four "runts". The experi-
1ell I and Vaughn with six points wtih the strong Redlands team in mental station reserves the right to
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ell'h l tied for the lead for Clewiston. the first game of the basketball arrows, dressed dolls, made In- have a representative present when

I'Ilre added three, Owen, three tournament in Miami Beach last dian, blankets and other, things fora the cattle are butchered in order to
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of the
room exhibit which most
a'I' ; Waldron two points.
I continue their experiments.
Friday, were eliminated from the : school has visited.
The Tigeretles were swamped by
tournament play in that game by The consisted of a song,
program I
ti Moore Haven sextet by a score BOARD OF DIRECTORS
one-sided of 58-9. The "Big Round Moon" by Sally Gra-I
oj 38-14 with Betty Stalls of thev the score NAMED FOR MARKET
itmg team furnishing most of sting of the defeat was tempered, ham; a recitation, "Swinging To 4

the opposition. Stalls scored thiity- however, when Redlands went Sleep" by :Marjie Allen; a song, ,... (LaBelle News)
thirt.eightpints. "Indian Echo" by William Mc-
four of her teams through to win the tournament trophy William L. Wilson of Jacksonville Consider
I .. Pullen made seven for Cracken; playlet, "The Bears'Claw"
director of state markets,
and are seeded third place in ; a song, "Whispering
Hooker,
C'' 'wiston, Bethea 5, and
with the newly or-
t,,, the state tournament at Gaines- Winds", by Sally Graham and a met Tuesday' thsss AngUs
committee,
local market
ganized
o.In VonMach, Hare, closing song, "Gay Little IndianBoys"
the boys game
ville.Vihlin or board of directors, of LaBelle'slivestock
started of Redlands with sixteen by the entire grade.
I antley, Ford andV'inn
and produce market for your own home is real
t:'l' game with Brantley' "Waldron, points was high point scorer in this / the purpose of working out fin- Owning economy because you save the- .
' and substituting. Int Hare made six of the Clewis-I Teams To In /
uighn Wfinn game. Play ishing plans and other essentials of. landlord's profit. Any family need-
1'-' girls' Pullen, Bethea andI ton points, four of them being on i
game building and operation. Ing a home will do.well to look at:
,oker started at forward andJ foul shots. VonMach added one Ft. Myers TourneyThe Blitz Wtegman was elected chair- our selection of homes and buy

,'mson, Wethington and Robbinsa point and Brantley two. I man of the committee and other before real estate values increase

guard. Ricks, VonMach and, Leit- The starting line-up for the Tigers -' members are 3. B. Hull, Asa further.We will gladly help you
er went in at forward positions and was: Hare and Waldiou, for Clewiston girls drew 'a bye Townsend, J. W. Whidden, Alva attain'debt-free ownership of your

Eailey at guard. wards, Brantley, center, Winn and in the first round of play in the Hendry, Robert Roberts, J. C. home,thru payments like rent.
Owen, guards. VonMach subbed for Fort Myers News-Press tournament
Jackman, Roy Dana and Dennis
JUNIOR TEAMS WIX Waldron, Vaughn for Brantley, which starts today in Fort Myers .
Small. The committee will meet
Ford for Winn and Lang for I and the boys are matched with La- Clewiston Federal
Tuesday in the afternoon, in the
The Clewiston Tiger Cubs 'de- Owen. I Belle in their first game. t I
1 I Boca Grande and Moore Havenare county agent's office at the court'house I Savings and LoanAssociation
with H. L. Long, construction -
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II. .."...*...".......'......'."fi............N,...'...........l"......"'.N..N.......;...".....................................'.................'......."......".....1,,I boys' play and' Alva and LaBelle board engineer for the of adoption the state of market final i I
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'': I Iiiil + much-loved cantata, "The Crucifixion" -
: CLEWISTON GOLF Frank .. '.' \
I by Stainer with A t

iiil: jij Wright loists. and Robbie Smith as so- I'I THE OPEN DOOR ::: "

';' .:.. The choir consists. of the following k
.. COURSE ..
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I members: Sopranos: Irma
::: ; '\:" ;.- Smith, Blanche Turner and Nina .:. -:-:- .;.

::: i. ... ,; 'f1 :. Niblack; Altos, Hazel Prewitt, Lola

. .. i.. Robbins, Marion Leydig; Tenors, ''i'' =
:'//1 : I Can afford close the door in :!:
.;f: i .-.sri.......... I .:' Frank Wright, Edwin Robbins and :: you to

..;,;' I ..':,. I Robert Smith; Basses, Jack Doty, :: the face of-your friends for a consideration ::
.':II I George Hancock and Jim Beards-
. i I'I'I :,.: I ley. Christine Doty is accompanist. :;: of less than 1 1Oc per day? ::'

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'i.' .:. I cluding sugar cane, a mixture of :.: manager today 'for telephoneservice. :.:

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