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Title: The Clewiston news
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Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: March 24, 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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: XTOIBER 17 CLEWISTON. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, MARCH 21, 1939 SUBSCRIPTION+ PER-

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CO. BOARD VOTES / Clewiston Loses' In I II I[SENATE INCREASES I r C. E. Robbins. Is i iI KIWANIS CLUB IS


Town Team TourneyA Building I

j TO ALTER STATUSOF I I I SUGAR QUOTA FOUR I ENTERTAINED AT


basketball tournament in which I E. Robbim began the construction

COUNTY COURT eight,Pahokee teams participated on Monday, was Tuesdayand' heldin \ PERCENT THIS WEEKA I this we-k: of a new four- FISH FRY TUESDAYThe

room apartment on the rear portionof
Thursday: nights and the Clew

i iston team, going through the first the lot on which his home is
; 1l The Hendry county board of victory for the mainland sugar I Clewislon Kiwanis Club dip --
round of play on a forfeit, lost in I located at the corner of Sagamore
i county commissioners Tuesday voted I producers was seen in 'a congres- used with their regular Wedne.---
J the second' round to LaBelle.In .
Street and Atlantic Avenue. The day
night dinner
unanimously in favor of abolishing the first round Delray won sional action yesterday in which meeting this week
new building will face on Atlantic. and joined the Moore Haven Commercial -
the present system of a I from Belle ,Glade, LaBelle defeated the senate over-rode administration
i The floor is being constructed of Club and the Okeechobce
f county judge's court and to create Pnhokec 'Rebels, Moore Haven wishes and voted an amendment to Civitan Club in
'forfeited and' Azrock tile on a concrete founda- an inter-club meeting -

; instead a county court. This 'changes I to Pahokee Canal the sugar quota act to give the tion and the walls will be of concrete I held at the government lock
Point forfeited to Clewiston.In .
iI the status of the county attorney, the semi-final round LaBelle domestic producers a larger shareof block with stucco exterior and I reservation in Moore Haven with

N ; the United States market. The increase plaster interior finish. The entire the Commercial Club as hosts.
; who would become instead a prosecuting defeated Clewis ton in a hard-fought
will be feet There were eighteen from Clewis-
attorney, serving both the same 3631. :Delray is reported to is slight but marks 'a move building twenty-seven ton
by feet will attending the meeting.
I ; twenty-five and containa
Lave defeated Pahokee'' on Tuesday in the right direction to protect the
commissinners night leaving LaBelle and Delray to living room, bedroom, kitchen Following a splendid fish supper,

off the final match American cane producers.The and bath with a large screened Carr Settle, president of the Commercial -
county court. Representative Elbert I j play. Thursday
of amendment will permit domestic -. porch on the south side. Club, explained that there
The result
L. Stewart, who was present at j night. this contest has
cent of Mr. Robbins is the home had been no planned program, the
the meeting, advised ,the board to j not: been learned. producers sixty per building

place their recommendation in the | The line-up for Clewiston was: the annual sugar quota and can himself and expects to have it com- meeting being intended merely as

J n form of a bill which he and state'senator Logan and B. Palmer, forwards; not be less than 3,715,000 short pleted in thirty days. He plans now an informal get-together in orderto

David Elmer Ward would Avant, center; Bell and Tillery, to move into the new apartmentand stimulate friendliness and co-
tons divided on the following basis: rent his 'home. operation between the threc"cubs.] .
present
guards. Ward and M. Palmer sub-
: pass at the coming session of the
I stituted. Domestic beet areas 44.72 per He mentioned the closed black bass
i : legislature, due to convene April 1.I I
cent mainland 12.31 Hawaii reason which is on at the' present
recommend- ; cane ;
'f Also included in the
: time and how it was affecting his
,' ation was the placing' of county 23.25; Puerto Rico 19.48 and Vir- ENGINEERS PLANTING

r: I I, ** Judge W. T. Maddox on a straight MRS. JOHN H. DOTY gin Islands .24. eral community discussion and of called the for subject a gen in

salary of $2,000 a year and no
' It was estimated by southern and WILLOWS ON LEVEE order that those present might bet-
i fees whatever and l raising county
I' western senators supporting the ter familiarize themselves with
H. A. Rider's salary from IS RE-ELECTED
, attorney |
JI JII amendment that it would mean in : the problem of commercial and

$1,500 as it now stands to $2,0001} crease of about 200.000 tons for TO PREVENT EROSIONThousands sport fishing on the lake.
I he takes added duties when {
{ as on '
PRESIDENT P.-T. A. mainland cane and beet quotas witha I Mayor W. J. Hendry of Okeo-
he becomes county prosecutor. This t
I
1 corresponding cut in the amount chobee, commercial fish dealer and
will mean only a small increase in I
received from foreign countries. of wlilows and Aus- former commercial fisherman madea
pay to Judge Maddox as his net income I or-
Mrs. John H. Doty was re-elected Senator Ellender of Louisiana tralian pines as well as bamboo, I most interesting talk and broughtout
; :: for 1938 amounted to $1- ,
) that be maiden cane and other, will many points of interest. He
966.84 according to records in the president of the Clewiston Parent- proposed growers permitted grasses I

i .I''' .4 clerk's office. Under the new I Teacher Association at the election the same ,quotas this year as last, be planted on the government levee I II recommended that the lake be left

1 1 ation the county judge would cre-I i held in connection with the regu'lIar the department of agriculture hav- under a program started this week open for a trial period of two

j meeting Tuesday. Other officers ing ordered a reduction this season by the U. S. Engineers to prevent years to both commercial and sport
jurisdiction on all cases up to $ '
,i I' and under the same rules and practice -i are Mrs. Keathley_ Bowden, vic for some of the larger cane pro- erosion, it was stated this week by fishing' and that the 'existing, laws

,I I as the circuit court only that president, Mrs. O. C. Landon, secretary ducers, but this was attacked im- Carawan Nelson, head
.
I mediately by Senator McCarron of Engineer sub-office here. Representative Elbert L. Stewart
there are two terms of circuit court : Mrs.. R. N. Smith, treasurer

'a year where there are four terms j: and Mrs. A. R. Broadfoot, historian Nevada. This brought on consider- This work was started last year yoke briefly concerning the past

f able debate but the amendment was in the vicinity of Okeechobee as a' legislation to permit commercial
of county court. All efforts to arrive
introduced by several western senators contract job but was stopped after fishing in the lake 3nd- stated that
at a satisfactory conclusion with regard -I I] A splendid inspirational talk by
which unified the of about seventeen thousand willow he had always voted with Glades
to placing the tax collectorand I I I Father Lawrence J. Flynn was the support "
western and southern growers. prigs;; had been planted. This, planting county on this matter. He also_
the tax assessor on a salary: 1 feature of the program presented.
was done on the north shore levee explained a law which will be intro-
basis alone failed, after the que-I Father Flynn_ spoke to members of
about midway between the duced by a Palm Beach county
-. tion was argued from every angle | the P.-T.' A. as heads of tho homes
'( : Okeechobeo hurricane sate and legislator to close the south end of

'r'J-- The north Denaud road from the I of the' community" arid pointed out 38 CANE, PLANTERS Nubbin Slough, 'The work'started the. lake asa breeding--ground.

,river bridge at L.aB ell e to the the great influence that proper
1 : this' week continues. the planting A. O. Ward stated that in his belief -
J bridge across' the Caloosahatchee at home life has in the
and '
progress
westward toward the Kissimmee the closed season on bass came
Denaud will be included with several I 'development of a nation. He ,con- WILL NOT REDUCE .
l River.So too late to protect the bass in
other county roads to be des- "trasted'conditions in several European Lake
Okeechobco
during the
ignated as state roads. From the!I countries in which home 'training far: no detailed prog"an r spawn-
;I ing and cited his own e\-
Denaud bridge west to the Lee has been neglected with 'conditions ACREAGE FOR 1939 planting has been approved ty 1l'- ( period
periences fisherman dur-
as a sport
county line the road has already :! in the United States and Washington, office but one has been

i[ 1 been designated as a state road. I other democracies; where the home: submitted: the planting will he ing iresident several of years.the Okeechobee"W R. Page Civi-,

i The commissioners voted unanimously training is emphasized. He urged The program' of cane acreage for carried on in the more exposed pal'es -
tans
expressed his pleasure at attending -
I to increase the salary ofHubbard I parents to set good examples of the year 1939 was received last by an engineer maintenance crew
the and
meeting said that
1! Coleman, bridge tender at II conduct for their children and week: by, County Agent G. Ct Hodge until such time as the 'plan is ap .
\ the l legislation he would favor
'i'a; Fort Denaud frqm $40 a month to I stressed; the fact that many of the from the U. Si: Department of Agri- proved. After that it is possiblethat would be a small license fee for

: i $50. This is in keeping with salaries older generation were guilty of culture and shows that only those the planting may be contracted. -
I sport fishing, applicable to everyone -
l Ii I; paid others in the employ of 1 conduct for which they younger generation growers who planted in 1938 will to replace the present exhorb-

I, ', I'kg'" the 'county in the same office.- is severely criticized.. be allowed to plant all of their base This planting will be Clone only
t"f itant fee now charged the tourists.
I
LaBelle News. I The Parent-Teacher Association 'acreage for 1939 and these, if. the'y'choose on the portion of the levee whichis
Those present from Clewistonwere
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voted a donation of $25 to the this option ,must cut their not exposed to the direct wave
introduced by A. W. Lawrence,
acreage in 1940 in ''half. action of the lake or where, as in .
,1 Athletic Association of the
New Telephone Work I school, those, from Okeechobee by Mr.
," and also voted to purchase a birdbath No such option was given the the case .of the north shore levee. Hendry and those from Moore Haven -

Is Underway: Here j for the flower. garden of the United States Sugar Corporationand the lakeward slope is sufficientto by Mr. Settle. They ,were:
wave action.
S those independent who take up much ,of the
Junior Garden Club growers
adjacent to the Mr. and Mrs. G. O. Wallace, W.J. .
.i 1 i school grounds. planted prior to 1938 and had their Mr. Nelson stated that. it wouldrun
Honrlry and W. R. Page of Okeochobce -
I II base set before that practically all of the way along;
,A construction crew of the Inter j Miss Steiuholtz requested co-op- acreage up ; A. W. Lawrence, A. W.
I II time. All of these must reduce by' the levee from Flsheating Creek to '
I County Telephone and Telegraph eration of P.-T. A. members in her Sias, B. E. Herring, Foy Durrence,
twenty-five cent of their base Bacom Point and on the north.
is now engaged in doing I II to' per
Company
I efforts send a group to the Rev F. C. Taylor, Elbert L. Stew-
I 'their in both 1939 and 1940. shore from Kissimmee River to !
lines in acreage
extensive work to
state music contest in W. Ezelle W. F.
Tampa ,next art, Dr. J. Simpson -

Clewiston designed to give bet- I month, and Mrs G. B. Thomas Independents affected were R.. Nubbin. Slough. R. L1. Bishop. J. F. Tippey, I.
Kurtz and Glenbee E'I The ,work will all be under the
ter service and to allow for in- Corporation. I
spoke in behalf of the senior class M. Pafford, A. O. Ward, R. C.
( stallation of several new phones, At a meeting held in Mr. Hodge's I supervision of A. R. Broadfootwith .
play and the school annual. Wilson, W.. W. Perry, H. R. Hall,
h[ the old, facilities being taxed to office In Moore Haven Monday, all G. O. Wallace in direct charge H. II. Turner, Gideon Brown and,
,, of the north shore and the remainder -
capacity. of the 1938 growers, after an ex-
Homer Wakefield, of Clewiston; C,
1' Most of the open wire at least Charles MartinCharles planation of the plan by E. L. divided: between Fred Flanders I V. Parkinson, James M. Couse, A.

i in the business district, is being Deal, a representative of the Department and D. L. Hansen. :Maloy, D. B. Hampton, L. E. Farn-

replaced with cable and in some of Agriculture,_ and, R. S.I I J am, I. E. Scott, E. P. Ewing Dan
Martin 53 died 11:00Tuesday
i places underground cable is being at Dennis, state compliance supervisor Burglar FrightenedIn Griffith, H. S. Gove, jr., J. W.

j I laid to replace overhead wirIng. night at the ihome of his voted to choose the option of Adkins, J. E. Frierson. E. Scott,

i Two additional telephone circuits I son, Wm. Martin, after an illness a hundred cent production for
of about six weeks with kidney II per Act Of ProwlingDeputy Fred Flanders, Rev. E. Davis Conway -
I are being run from Clewiston to 1939 and gamble on something Rev. Chas. M. Brewer, Prof.

Moore Haven which will on an trouble and complications 1 happening to prevent having to
go I I Mr. Martin to Clewiston I Oscar Smith, G. C. Hodge, H. E.

: ,' automatic ,dial system within a 'came reduce fifty per cent in 1940. They Sheriff I. S.. Bell has several Moore, A. L. Morgan, J. J. Wiggins -
about six months make his
I '. month or six weeks. 1 I ago to were allowed to choose between clues which he hopes will R. D. Lyons, W. L. Bellamy,
home with his who is
, K. 'H. Williams who is supervising son managerof this plan or cutting twenty-five per- lead in the next day or two to the Don Hendrickson, W. C. Nall, Vernon -
the Clewiston Goods COIn-
the work stated this week: 1 Dry cent each year. apprehension of a burglar who en- E; Bryant: Mack Greene, Ralph
His home in Denora Pa.
I that the capacity' of the Clewiston pany. was Mr. Hodge explained that while tered 'the home of Mr. and Mrs H. Wood, D. M. Draughn, S. C. Stalls
I where two sisters brother
'I telephone cables would be practi- and a are the U. S. Sugar Corporation was J. B. Scharnberg on the ridge Tuesday and Carr Settle of Moore Haven
left to his .d ath. Anothereon
i cally doubled when the work was mourn being reduced twenty-five percent' night but was frightened away

completed. When tho company took resides in Coral Gables. of their 1938 proportionate'acreage before taking anything of value.
Funeral were Dental Program On
services held Thurs-
i over the system here the first of that it would not mean that greata Mrs. Scharnberg was awakenedby
day afternoon 'at the First
: the year, he said, the service was Baptist reduction in actual production.On a noise as though someone. were
Church in Stuart' and interment Station W. I. O. D.
,' '. ,j .. so crowded that it was almost impossible was a base acreage of 22,556, fixedas searching a dresser drawer In the
, -
I 1
. in the Stuart cemetery.
to install new phones.. A their proportionate share for bedroom and could plainly see' the

number of orders for phones have 1938, only 19,894 acres were harvested form of a man standing in the semi-

been placed but installation is being MRS. BYRD HONORED for conversion into sugar. darkness. She awakened :Mr. Scharn- Dr. J. W. Ezelle, local dentist,

deferred until the work now underway WITH DELIGHTFUL BRIDGE The twenty-five per cent reductionfor berg and as she did so the intruder announces that Station WIOD in Mi-
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is completed. --.--- 1939, ,will allow the harvestingof became frightened and ran and by ami is broadcasting weekly from

The crew of eight men and Mr. :Mrs. Clyde Byrd of Jacksonville, 16,917 acres for the coming the time Mr. Scharnberg had reached 7:00 until 7:15 on Tuesday nightsa

I Williams expect to be in this vicin- who is visiting her sister :Miss season his gun and started in pursuitthe health program which Is dramatized -

!) I ity and in Moore Haven for six Eunice Meredith and: her father, man was out of the house. He by the Dramatic Departmentof
I II University of"lIi mi and
I weeks or two months. Foster Meredith, was honored with 1EWSH RACK was running across the lawn when the

a delightful bridge and Michigan I Mr. Scharnberg reached the rout which he feels will prove very fntrl'esUng -

Miss Ruth Marshall and her mo- party given Wednesday evening by I The U. S. Engineers are building door and although he fired a couple to everyone. Tuesday,
started last
ther, Mrs. Agnes Marshall, are Mrs. H. J. B. Scharnberg at her a new wash rack for cars and of shots in his direction thereis The series Tuesday -
continue
and will every
spending the week-end in Miami. home. r trucks on the C3Bt.- side of (the gov- no indication that he scored a night for thirtcellcea..

Six tables of bridge. and a tableof ernment warehouse. hit.
Mrs. Marshall will return from
!
: Michigan were : in play and at Discarded shore pipe and concreteare Deputy Sheriff Bell was un

I ., -- there" to her home la Rock"Hill, s.I the close of the games; prizes were being used to build a-"run-off ed at onco and found that the 'non-I T. B. Shelley returned Tuesday

I I ,v., '" I II ??'.rded, the winners' la: each for water tytP IpduitriaJ Canal. (Continued on Page 8)$ from a, bqpjpe;? trip to-NaseT; il,

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SUNDAY ANOTHER on Various Subjects '

For u. S.-hispired Peace ParleyRv LessonBy .


bean REV.of HAROLD the Moody L.Bible LUNUQU1ST.Institute 1. What was-known in American' Panama, which turns and twists in

Joseph W. La Bine of Chicago. history' as "Seward's Folly"?,,, I such a manner that the end of
99: Western Newspaper Union
2. Where in the New world does the canal farthest West touches't

ton that inspired his outburst was the sun rise in:.tho Pacific? the Atlantic. ,
I EDITOR'S NOTE-When opinions are endorse it. Lesson for March 26
less to ,
eager 3. Why is tKV,word lucre used
expressed in these columns they are thoseof 3. Lucre is, from the Latin lu-.
the news analyst and not necessarily Italians commented the plan was with reference to money; ? crum, meaning gain.
of the newspaper.International. "so vague it is not worth considering. Lesson subjects and Scripture. toxts selected 4. What was the first'department
and copyrighted b1 tern tirnal
." Germany grumbled about the Council of Relicfnuc Education:' used by in the U. S. government to be 4. The department of state (July

lack of "tangible proposals," and oerrmsslnn created? 27, 1789).

within 24 hours something else had 5. The whole of individuals
PETER INTERPRETS CHRIST'S 5. What is the'length of a generation body -
Since last autumn's Munich con- happened to blow Sir Samuel's ideal- SUFFERINGS AND DEATH ? born about the same period is

ference the U. S. has popped in and istic plan to kingdom come: 6. Who is the youngest memberof a generation, and by extension,

out from internationalism to isola- Czecho-vs.-Slovakia. Traditionalbad LESSON l'EX"l-J Peter 1:17-23; ss:2c/-25 the present congress? the term is applied to (the time }
tion, occasionally sticking its politi- blood between Czechs and Slo- GOLDEN TEXT-For Christ also hath The Answers covered by their lives. i
cal neck into affairs where many vaks has been hidden under the once suffered for sins: the Just for the unjust
business. mantle of Czechoslovakia's democ- that he might bring us to God. being 1. The purchase of Alaska. 6. Lindley Beckworth, of Texas,
people thought it had no put to death In the flesh but quickened by 2. On parts of the Isthmus ofHOW" who is' 25 years old.
Samples: Secretary of the Interior racy for 20 years. Last autumn, the :plrlt.-I Peter 3:18.

Harold Ickes' tirades against the when Germany grabbed Sudetenlandand
reticence humbled the A witness is one who knows by
Nazis, contrasted with congress' : Prague govern-
to approve U. S. arms sale ment, autonomy moves started in personal experience about that con- By

to European democracies. The ap- Slovakia (central province) and Ru- cerning which he testifies. Certainly SEW RUTH WYETH ISO

parent sum total of this vaccilating thenia (far eastern province). Hun- no one could speak with more pro SPEARS

foreign policy has been confusion, gary and Poland wanted to grab off priety or assurance concerning the

yet there is good evidence that U. S. Slovakia or Ruthenia, or both,.there- sufferings and death of Christ than --

pro-democracy pressure has exerted by gaining a common frontier. Hit- Peter.. As one of the inner circle,
enough international influence to ler objected because Czechoslovakiawas he, with James and John, was with MANY, of you have asked for you order both books, copy of the

swing the world from war to peace. now his path to the east from Jesus on almost every important rug leaflet with the books new Rag Rug Leaflet will be included t

which may some day start a pan- occasion. He was on the Mount of offered below that I am sketchingstill free. Those who have both
Most definite U. S. aid has been Ukraine movement. Transfiguration, and with the Lordin another interesting rug for books may secure leaflet for 6
the sale of airplanes to France and here. Keep it for cents in postage. Address Mrs.
Recognizing in Germany a com- the garden of Gethsemane. He you your scrap
Britain, allowing those nations to book and be to order the Spears, 210 S. Desplaines St., Chi-
from mon danger, Poland, Czechoslovakiaand witnessed His trial and in all probability sure .
change their armies'overnight leaflet to add to collectionof cago, Ill
Hungary have grown more in- His crucifixion. He was firstat your
weak, cowering units to potent '
forces which neither Hitler: nor Mus- dependent of late, while Hitler has the empty tomb. Furthermore, rug ideas.
solini dared trifle with. speeded autonomy: agitation in both he could speak as one who had in Cut or tear the rags % inch

Slovakia and Ruthenia, now re- a moment of weakness denied the wide and use knitting needles %' UIST ON

But a more positive U. S. aid has Lord and who had of inch 'in, diameter. Knit the oval
I ... .,. ...... come by way
been the moral support tendered "'" '''7 F'Mp' "FYV.w'PSOs
doubt and despair back to his faithin Q" Luden's like ,
Why are
France and Britain via both direct the Saviour. It is not, only ap- 4 1 STRIP 7i'LONG t
statement and round-about action. 3 Y :. c' z lemons?
propriate that we should study Peter.s -
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Not confirmed, but well authenticated r// STRIP 112"LONG
words on this subject but it is \ '
is the report that President also the greatest possible theme, / '
N5WER
Roosevelt injected a sedative into
with which to close our three-month
jittery France and Britain by ad- 4 :(: study of-the life and work of Peter. ,Both contain a factor
those chancellories to resist
vising For all that he was and all that he 5 that helps contribute to

any new Rome-Berlin demands. did, can be explained only by his CROCHt FOR 1 'your alkaline reserve.
Since foreign trade is an important
faith in a redeeming Christ.I. EDGES J SEW
of the 1939 model aggressor, it
weapon s: ARRANGE EVENLY f
the U. S. inflicted its deepest woundin Christ-the- Saviour (I Pet. 1:17- WITH SAFETY PINS ? ;,. ', It LUDEN'SMENTHOL 5
I
German-Italian 'ambitions by for- 23). 1 GREEN ; ,.

mulating an important trade and It is highly important that we 2TAN %. COUGH DROPSOmnipresent J t

credit pact with Brazil, largest and r meet the flood of smoothly phrased 4 3 MEDIUM DARK ROSE BLUE : ,

most important of the muchcovetedSouth : recognition of our Christ as the Mas- 5 BROWN

American nations. ter which at the same time denies DutyA

Him as dying Redeemer. Hencewe center first. Cast on four stitches sense of duty pursues us ever.
Though many countries (like Ar- It is omnipresent, like the deity.-
stress and increase one at the end of
gentina Chile and Peru) have ac- Daniel Webster.
1. A redemption by blood (vv. 17- each row' until the depth of the
totalitarian trade
cepted gestures,
20). This is a subject that all those work is 4-inches, then knit evenlyfor
the U. S.-Brazilian pact politely
who know God and "call him 10-inches. Bind off stitch
on as one TENDER SKIN
hints that it would not be wise for fOR
Father" (v. 17) approach in that I at the end of each row until you frJ
South American nations to becometoo
reverential attitude which call stitches left. Bind these
entangled with Europe. Moreover we have four U L
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Brazil =- the "fear of God, which is not a off. The diagram gives the dimen-
the pact gives enough
SNOW-WHITE PETROLEUM JELLY
financial encouragement to make cringing fear but a loving reverence.In sions and colors for the bands that

her tomorrow's No. 1 South American DR. JOSEPH TISO that spirit we should proclaimthat are sewn to this center oval. Caston
Agent of a new cause celebre? from the of stitches start each
nation, whose example her apart shedding seven to Comedy or TragedyThe ,,

neighbors will be wise to follow. named Carpatho-Ukraine. Finally Christ's blood there can 'be no remission band. For the outside band, start world is a comedy to those
of sin. with color 3. Knit 7-inches then who.think tragedy to those who
a
Gist of the pact: In return for Bra- becoming desperate and spunky, ; C.
zilian thawing out of frozen Amer- Prague purged pro-Nazi officials in 2. A life of faith (vv. 21-23). The cut the fabric strip and sew color feel.-Horace Walpole.

ican credits and resumption of pay- Carpatho-Ukraine, following 'this a faith and hope of the Christian are 4 to it. Continue. Use a large

ments on Brazilian bonds held here, few days later by ousting Slovakia's "in God." 'We do not trust in the crochet hook and fabric strips to

the U. S. will ;place $69,000,000 in priest-premier, Dr. Joseph;Tiso. The arm of flesh. Our assurance is not crochet around the oval and the BILOUS ?

credits at Brazil's disposal, also allegation:' That Dr. Tiso was consorting in man or his devices. The gather- outside edges of the bands. Sew

making other efforts to stimulatethe with Berlin, which turned out ing of riches, the increase of arma- together: with double carpet Conditions Here Is Duo Amazing to Sluggish Relief for Bowels

country's industrial output and to be an obvious fact when the premier ments, the acquisition of new terri- thread. IT you think. ell laiatlveau.

her trade with the U. S. began sending secret messagesto tory by fair means or foul-let fool- Note: Mrs. Spears' Sewing Book ,17 lY, l .- act alu v.q.tabl.t laxatlv.,
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go mud refreshing
How these developments have Adolf Hitler. ish men who know not God rejoicein 2, Gifts, Novelties and Embroideries Invigorating. Dependable thorough relief from
the Czech crisis such assurances of safety, but our contains 48 of sick headaches bilious spells, tired feeling When
strengthened the European back-, Though new was pages step-by- associated with constipation.
bone is immediately apparent. apparently settled a few days later faith is in God. step directions which have helped Without Risk 3d druggist.a 25Make box of the NR teat from your then

Great Britain has defied Nationalist by appointment of moderate Carl n. Christ-the Example (I Pet. thousands of women. If your homeis If not delighted return the box to us. We will
refund the purchase
Spain's blockade of the Loyalist Sidor as Slovak premier, the terrific 2:20-25). your hobby you will also want ''price.That's fair a

coastline, risking a major incidentby implications of German intervention Christ is not our example 'in the Book SEWING, for the Home Get NR Tablets today.

sending two destroyers to rescuea were soon realized. Berlin's press sense 'that we are to attain to eter- Decorator. Order by"'number, en- ALWAYS CARRY QUICK RELIEF

British ,freighter which had been wept for the Slovaks just as,it wept nal life and joy by an imitation of closing 25 cents for each book. If fII LIRE fANGr FOR ACIDINDIGESTION

seized by Generalissimo' Francisco for the Austrians and Sudetens last His l life. That would be manifestly 7a l a

Franco's warships. Britain has year. Like an earlier "fuehrer" impossible, for we would have to be- I .. ,

pledged her aid to France against named Konrad Henlein (championof gin where He began-He was with-

Mediterranean territorial demandsby the Sudetens) Dr. Tiso flew to out sin. But we "all have sinned ( SAFETY TALKS J

Italy. But most important, Lon- Germany for consultation while his and come short of the glory of God."

don has regained her confidence to aides made fiery pro-Nazi speeches. We need a Saviour, not an example,

the point of making public recom- Finally, on the first anniversaryof as far as redemption is concerned. How About Your Safety? r

mendation that Europe's five pow- Austria's downfall, Germany or- Having been saved by faith in His TF YOU know all the rules about

ers (France, Britain, Italy, Germany dered Czechoslovakia sliced' into blood, we are ready to look upon wearing rubbers when it rains, ;J. kij

and Russia) vow a five-year three "independent" statesBohemia Him as our example. red flannel undies in the winter, ,.

I Slovakia and Carpatho- 1. Our suffering (vv. 20, 21). One and if you don't sleep in a draft,

Ukraine. Though each state was to of the serious problems of life is suf- you probably take pretty good .

decide for itselfwhether, this inde- fering, and as we suggested last care of your health. But how Any k'ind-for Irlera

dependence was desired, there remained week, being a Christian does not about your safety? or high egg bred-

little doubt but that Nazi grant us any immunity. If we suf- The National Safety council reports Cc :up. Ga. U. S. approved, pullorum

pressure would bring a favorable de fer because' of our own sin, we' that from the age of three' tested. 100,000 weekly. Reds. Rocks
cision. As result Der Fuehrer Orpingtons, Hampshires Giants. Leg-
a 21 accidents kill
to
bear the result more
must expect to pa- years horns Mlnorcas.! AA, A u\. Super A
cleared the way for his drive into tiently; but even above that, whenwe persons (both sexes) than any dis- grades.Light and heavy assorted. Write

the Ukraine, replacing one strong find ourselves suffering for well- Tease; from the age of three yearsto for details on llvability guarantee that
nation with three weak ones. More- God 40 accidents kill males protects you. We have the breeding
doing, we are to glorify by more
over since the Reich lords itoer equipment and experience to produce
now
bearing it patiently for Christ's than any disease. champion, chicks. Oldest hatchery In
Bohemia Slovakia and Car-
sake. Nothing is a stronger, testi- Among males' of all ages only Georgia and first In state to bloodtest.
patho-Ukraine, there is no hope that Write today.BLUE .
mony for Christ than a true Christian heart disease claims more vic-
Poland will block the
or Hungary
spirit in time of trial and sor- tims than accidents-301.6 of every -
Ukrainian drive by swallowing one
RIBBON HATCHERY
I. row. '100,000'males die of heart disease
of these states. }
2. The suffering of Christ (vv. 21- each while accidentskill Ga.
Such developments made Europe year: 215 Fortyth St., S. W. Atlanta,
forget Sir Samuel Hoare's i 25). Our minds turn to,Isaiah 53 and 119.6. Among the ladies, six
peace Psalm 22, as well as to, the Gospel diseases rank above accidents as
plan. But what Europe could not
forget is that both Britain and I narratives, as we.think of.our Lord's' a cause of fatalities. They are

France agreed'to guarantee Czechoslovalda's suffering. As we read the words, heart disease; cancer, cerebral These AdvertisementsGive

new boundaries after the "Christ suffered for you;" we hemorrhage, pneumonia. and

S sv Munich conference, a guarantee join the saintly expositor of the chronic nephritis. You Values

,_ I I which has now been ignored. Whereas Word who fell upon his face sob-

bing, "For me, for me, He bore it .
but a few weeks ago London and
SIR SAMUEL HOARE all for me." How can anyone reject -
Paris claimed to have regained their
He idealized but nobody listened. strength and abandoned the "appeasement" Him? How can you, unsaved IIIfffl'rNO
reader of these lines, any longer
it is
evi-
policy, now
peace. The proposal, as voiced by turn this loving Saviour away?
Home dent that no such thing has hap.pened. .
Secretary Sir Samuel Hoare: These are trying days for the EXERCISE and NO STARVATION! .
"Suppose in the of
space five years souls of men. In many parts of the Don't be fat. It I*unnecessary now since it U BO easy to reduce
there were neither wars nor ru- without tarring yourself or going through vigorous exercises.
mors of wars and the Miscellany world Christians are tasting the bit- You have a right to feel healthy and look young.Can you imagine
suppose peo- ter of persecution. The day eating good meals without fear of gaining weight?Well,it's \
ples of Europe were 'able to free Probably lost by Chicago Jews, cup true. Here is one way to lose that excess weight...and it is
themselves of the may come when we must meet the the natural way. The IfEM-A-LAX method brings you a full y
nightmares that their vote in ,
Chicago's mayoral fate, and even now we know month's supply for only$1.00,and with it conies complete directions -
haunt them and from the expendi- election April 4, which is observed same of the method. It will help you reduce without effort
tures that what it means to bear the scorn of as it aids nature in its work.
beggar them
? Here, in- strictly by orthodox Jews as the ,
deed, is the greatest opportunityever first day of Passover. unbelievers. Shall we become fear- N10NEY BACK GUARANTEE combo;emoney ba ckofft r 1jl you
ful embittered in our hearts? No 100 with don't let ugly(at spoil
offered to or are not $delighted results.So your ap
.' leaders .of the O Requested of General Electric pearance..getridofthat excess poundage andexperience the pleasure
world." "consider him that endured such of life you hare always been too fat to enjoy. Remember HE.M-A-
company by a little New York himself LAX will not Interfere with you r dally habits and carries a full rnoncy-
contradiction of against *
sinners
Sir Samuel back guarantee Send$1today foramonth'supply of HEMALASdoo'twaltnow
explained that Eu- school, girl: "Will you kindly send be wearied and faint in -- Is the time to start reducing.11 you prefer we will '
rapes in their;big efforts five'..would-, be "blessed me a little sample of electricity, if your, -'minds.test! ye:. Yehave not'yet'' 're' tend into 7QU C.0.D..Uuc-obo>e.all,.senatorHEM-A-LAX.today.. )
by the President of you can it.Ve
spare are studying
sisted unto' blood striving against"sin"
the United States," but the Washing- about it in geography." 1 De,t. 30, IWeekly
I (Heb. 12:3, 4). But Hedid,!
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Ameri '- (CROWDING AROUND SUSIE) THAT .. ,
The greatest lr' _in,: :' I'I'YEH

;!?! rf'r 1 history w>ornragoJ -. 2 lIVes.yeqr inhqpp : -.:. : r
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March '31 i'tZfJf

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the studnt his owner-

Samuel. Rid-built for him

In ,Ken llcktc".e, grass region* is ':
I on. Man 0' War .
north
o/ Le ; X -MAKBE IT'SBEAUTIFUL HER. YA GOTTA AOA\\T '"
has 1ncner$1,000,00O DARN
brought
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+ in prize 'morist"d fees and sale COMPLEXION SHE HAS A HER

r;'/ foals, //i/1 he cost o 'y/5,- r LOVELY HIDE1 1 1ir !
0' SKIN 1 r rrV
I 000 in 19/ Man \: ? _
etl children (to CtI.J
277 re,,; : : -
January*j1) have won .more \

i than $2 4000. Despite his ,I':

age, theimder horse is still 1 ,

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'Ji I I and ever power of enerf,acts visitors f'chestnut! thousands each as, heavier"Big of Red than ad.," WHAT( to EAT and WHY I IC.


mir year.
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certain nervous disorders. It also
.: Houston Goudiss Shows How the Right Foods Can helps to promote appetite, and aid


I11t1LdI Help to Guard Against Springtime DebilityBy digestion.a group Fruits contain and vegetablesas important.

H C. HOUSTON GOUDISS amounts of vitamin B. Other

j' sources include yeast, milk, and

I 7 .. .. t :,, c rot THE gap between winter and spring has always been rec- whole grain cereals.
j i a trying period. Work seems a burden, tempers Miss C. L.-Low residue foods

I are short, appetites are poor, and little enjoyment is include sugar, milk, fats, meat,
; derived.from meals. potatoes and highly refined cere:
I als. These should be balanced by
Just as the daily tide of human vitality is at a lowe the foods that are high in cellulose

b during the hours before dawn, so does the annual tideof or bulk. -, '

health reach low ebb in the weeks that mark the end -WNU-C. Houston Goudiss193955WellTrained

/ of, winter and the official be-?
.Ii Mind '
yve'' ea.
i ginning of spring. reals, dried fruits,lean meats and This is a proof of a welltrainedmind

I Bodily reserves have been, green. leafy vegetables. to rejoice in what is good ..

I Above, Man 0' gradually depleted until many Green vegetables cannot be em- and to grieve at the opposite... -

War leaves his stall children and adults suffer phasized too strongly, for they Cicero.
# tend somewhat to be crowded out
I for exercise in the from lassitude
and fatigue
of the winter diet by the starchyand
,1 paddock under di- that cannot be dispelled mere- fatty foods which providemore :%1 j

; ; rection of ff/illllar- ly by getting a good night'ssleep. heat and energy. And investigations I lf$ : : ; : ":i<
but, his proud with children have m' LLJL : j

f r: groom,' who thinkshe demonstrated that when vegeta- @ 1j 1' iii 1I'p11: !, ,: '..

has a "better The Best Spring TonicA bles and fruits are limited, thereis ;}. Iz< : : j : '

job than the President a certain sluggishness of blood
it believed
generation ago was -
formation. Green vegetables not
"
of the U.S.A. that and molasses
sulphur ,
IL only supply iron in significant
4 p Left, Will brings his and sassafras tea
a amounts, but their iron has been
rG e A A charge dinner of would overcome
found to jje especially well absorbed -
,, corn, barley, oats springtime debility. from the digestive tract. ,
and -bran and the Homemakers

big stallion dosed their fami- e-g'
famous Eat More Greens
lies with varietyof
a
as a great eater so-called tonics, Right now it is most important

since he teas a colt, t4Y, y > in frantic"effort to provide large amounts of dan-

pushes oMeard.t s;ruw;, 2 to a put'color into delion green's, spinach, kale,
chard, watercress, lettuce and
pale cheeks, to
green cabbage. Serve a cooked
irritaole
soothe digiii
green vegetable at one meal each
nerves, to ,over-
t come that tired day another.and a generous green saladat ii I

f feeling. Top the salad with fruit, if you
We know their efforts
today why
want to add more minerals and j4fj Itt
met with little success. For we
; vitamins segments of orangeor
,have learned what they could not
grapefruit, slices ot banana or
.
know that the best possible tonicis
pineapple, or,, a mixture of apple
a carefully chosen diet rich in
and celery.
I vitamins.In .
minerals and
I I These fruits also supply impor-
those the science of
days,
I N' r tant minerals and vitamins, and
nutrition in its Vita-
04 was infancy. like the green vegetables, they
,L mins still undiscovered, and
were
iA r fx a nF ,L! leave an alkaline ash following di-
. there was'much that had not
' we
gestion, and therefore help to
: r
> I learned about the role of the min-
\
maintain the acid-base balance of
I eral.salts in regulating body proc- the body.
I esses. No wonder mothers grasped

! :: \ _.- at any mixture that' promised to of Bulk
Plenty Required
I .- ,. put roses back into the cheeks of 11111! Is4D
There is still another
'
',: .. ',J JI' reason
their anemic-looking children..
.
.
'" why green vegetables and fruits
I ". $ f How lucky we are today! For 'should be consumed in liberal
science has taught us what we
, / :
/ a quantities.. These foods, along
I' ,, should eat to help increase pep
with whole grain cereals providean ,
,
and vitality, and build rich red F N F. trout
,
abundance of bulk or cellulose r.vaticS J Loi. es.t .
I Syr blood. And modern methods of
4 which is to help
/ 7 transportation, refrigeration, food necessary pro- 6 o is
mote regularity. They tend to off- kfii ed u c & ge
( I H Hb preservation and packaging, have
' set the effects of a too highly con- 1 SSQeftOtc
'l made the necessary foods easily
centrated winter diet. Very often
! available. It merely remains for
that feeling of lassitude, mistakenly -
I i the ,homemaker to acquaint her-
. called spring fever be
over-
can
self with the nutritional needs of
I her family. come by adding to the diet a larger -

lJ ,proportion of these naturally To make motor oil pure,
I laxative foods.
J
Enriching the Blood to deliver to the motoring
f It's also desirable to take an
( The blood is frequently impoverished adequate supply of fluids 'to help public only the richness of the

j by, the time spring puts in flush the system of waste. In addi- finest Pennsylvania oil has

an' appearance. That is not sur- tion to a generous amount of water been Quaker State's standardof

prising, for in many householdsthe there should be a pint of milk for
, winter diet contains quality twentyfiveyears.
a -
tr'.wwf Y_ '. preponderance daily for every adult, a quart for
j SR'r
; of' and You will find have
<' 4.PIr carbohydrates in as
" every child, and fruit. juices
t fats, with far too few of the precious abundance. Orange juice, grape- millions of other car owners,

i .. minerals and vitamins. It fruit juice, pineapple juice and tomato :that the regular use of Acid-
: is often deficient in iron, the min-
vitamins A,
juice all supply Free State will make
: eral that is for the formation Quaker
i I required fruit
I B and C, and their refreshing
better last
I of the hemoglobin or red effect your car run ,
acids have a beneficial upon
: :! I! pigment in the blood, and in cop- the appetite. longer. Quaker State Oil
Above, Man 0' War as
which is for the
per, required Refining Corp.,Oil City,Pa.
'
a champion three-year-
utilization of iron.
, old in 1920, with the late it! proper.. Inasmuch as 3 per cent of the- Exercise and Fresh Air
t! antidotes
Two more splendid
,
'r Clarence Kummer as-; blood cells are destroyed daily, it the let-down feeling that comes at Retail price
World and is obvious that unless adequate
jockey, up.
this season are moderate exerciseand 35 per quartet
I amounts of iron-rich foods
are
American
records
racing
fresh air. The proper use of
the'horse set in 1919 and t. available to replace them, the the muscular system is important a
1920 still stand. In the .r ,,:',' 4rhXN number will soon become sub- '
%: '?G. /i r to health and vitality, yet many
''A normal. Moreover it has been
,
latter year he set five t people' go through the winter tak-
found that minor disturb-
world records and in ; many ing far too little exercise.
i ances of the body cause a loss of
In general, you will eat better,
none of those races teas i y iron, and that mild infections area
,I he called ,4; g WP 3iitiv4 sleep better, feel more alert and
ever to f
upon common cause of iron loss.
I at the time relaxed, if
same more
show, what he could do :' Thus, individuals who have been
II out
you make a point of getting
under pressure. Right, consuming a diet that is barely into the open every day.

I ; Man 0' War has an average adequate in respect to iron may Sleep, sunshine, fresh air and
of 100 visitors find themselves on the borderline Nature's
I daily, the right food-these are

I who 'see him spend two '"fection.of iron ,deficiency. -following an in- tonics! -"- .\._. .

hours in the two-acre .; ....
paddock, weather per. 4 r ff'Pj4' Iron-Rich Foods Questions'n'swered. ; --- .. .-. .

,
I ; milting. He may also be Every homemaker, therefore, ---"'- '
pr
i' P. seen ix,his. slall,-and'TI"- f fi j thcruW--make.a-defantiiaEd""effort Mrs. F. M. T.-Vitamin"B is

i: if ing hour e'fr'oni;$0 to include plenty of iron-rich foods sometimes calledrth, >**re"rve vita-

a-, in.-tJer .TheseJbods.:: .in- iriin, because it has' been found to
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FOUR I TILE CLEWISTOX NEWS ," FRIDAY
tRCH 24.. 1939 ,I
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News COMMUNITY CHURCH at the Dated this 10 .
The Clewiston
church.Thank 1939. of March, A. D A
Royal Palm Avenue I I You LEGAL NOTICESNOTICE
(SEAL) WILMA1
Forest C. Taylor, Minister The pastor wishes to take this Clerk HULL Court, ;
Published every Friday in Clewiston means of thanking all who had apart Rend rY t. ; Florida. '}
Florida by the CLEWISTON NEWS, 1ty
in March' 10 17, 24.
Inc. ,making the meeting of the ;
Morning worship and sermon next
Palm-Lake B. Y. P. U. Association
r ?
Sunday at eleven o'clock. r
uch a grand success, Almost two NOTICE OF INTE*
KEATHLEY BOWDEX, Editor: Sunday school every Sunday 1'0 APPLY
morning at nine fort r-fiT'e. hundred were present) and everyone NOTICE is hereby given that Bc> ll FOR PASS' 'r
had an enjoyable time. Bowden intends to apply to SPECIAL OR LOCAFG OLATTON
Entered as second class mail matter Christian Endeavor meeting Sunday Fluid Judges of the Circuit Court for Hendry '.
February I, 1927 at the Post Office inClewlston. evening at 6:30. Building County, Florida for a decree and ...
Florida, under the Act of Here's good news about our license to man'age. take charge :/of NOTICE IS HEREB"IVEN That
The Junior Endeavor will meet
March 3, 1897.Snbicrlptlon. and control her property, and to be- at the session the of :
building fund. For time lature
some we
Monday afternoon. come a free dealer in every respect. Florida to convene It 1939, J
have owed a rather large bill for application will be nprif1' the
The public is very cordially invited passage of special I '
lumhcr. Thanks to the efforts of or. legislation -
Rate $2.00 Per Year. to worship in the Community the substance of v,1
be
Sipir-ral; who made special donationsthis as follows: \ will
Advert"!nr Ratu On Application Church. \
was considerably reduced and AN ACT RELATINGCITY
NOTICE OF S-ALK OK TAX
now with, the receipt of a large CEIITIFICATES COUNTY OF CLEWISTON.FLORIL IIENDEIty

Devoted to the advancement and welfare FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHCorner contribution from the Royal Lumber RATIFYING VALIDATrI AND .
of Clowlaton and Hendry County. Notice Is hereby given that I. G. CONFIRMING ALL AC"
Company and another from the
Ventura and Central Avenue AND
Shuman has filed with
me written request PROCEEDINGS TAKEN j
"Th Friendly- Church"- Royal Grocery Company the bal- that the tax certificates together CREATION. ORGANIZATH.ND
I : lace was lowered to dol- with all subsequent omitted 'or GOVERNMENTAL FUNCT.ING
Hitler that the Gorman Marshall Mines, Pastor. I only forty
says
levied taxes held by the State be"advertised OF SAID CITY AND THR-
drive is almost over. Let's see, lars. Some time ago an anonymous' and sold to the highest bid- PORATE EXISTENCE 't E-
like thatto friend of the church informed us der for cash as provided by House OF. AND ALL TAX LEVIE'
didn't he
say something Services every Sunday: Bill 396 of the 1937 Acts of the LegIslature SESSMENTS. AND SPECIALS.SESSMENTS :
Chamberlain last year? Sunday School, 9:45 a. in., 3. that for every dollar we receivedfor upon the following describedreal AND ALL AXPa46e6
E. Herring, Supt. the building fund he would give estate in the County of Hendry, SALE CERTIFICATES HER* _
State of Florida to-wit:
FORE MADE OR ISSUED
A four per cent increase is vot- Morning Worship 11:00. ser- us fifty cents. A fifty dollar check All Section 34, Township 44 S., SAID CITY: AND REPEALS Y
ed by; the senate in the domestic mon by the Pastor. ,I' from this anonymous friend last Range 33 E. ALL LAWS OR PARTS OF LAS
I
made Said Tax Certificates together with IN CONFICT WITH THE PI, .
onday the
of
sugar quotas. This may not allow B. Y. P. U. 7:00 p. m., V. possible paying all subsequent omitted or levied taxes VISIONS OF THIS ACT.
our section many more tons but Woodward Director. C.I I the account in full and at the timeof will be sold to the highest bidder;] at : DATED this 7th day of March )y
I the Court House door in I..aBcIJe. .
writing the building fund stands ELBERT L. STEWART
every little bit helps. Evening S 00 .
Preaching : i> County of Hendry, State of Florida, Representative. .\, t
I Sermon by the Pastor. !I with all bills paid and a: small bal- on the 26! day of March, 1939.. at) Hendry County.
Frostproof has engaged the serv-I Midweek Service every Wednesday -l j ante on !hand., Let us praise theLorU I 11:00 A. M. :March 10, 17, 24, 31, April 7.
of professional rainmakerfrom J for his goodness.
ices a evening at 8:00 p. ,m. - -- ---
Mississippi to use her "magic"powers j The public is cordially invited to I As a result of the recent "Coun- \'

to produce rain in that | attend all our services try: Church Social", the Woman's '

drought-stricken area. That's whatwe I Missionary Society has again displayed ? lilllll I :3i .

call grasping at 'straws. its loyalty and goodness by \."'OM \
The Sunday morning message will presenting the church with two ,, ",
Federal funds for tick eradica- be "Telling the Story". Come hear beautiful collection baskets. They .A. 'j.! ,

tion in south Florida are being this sermon Sunday morning, and have also purchased a lovely com I 'Y

threatened because the ,deer are see what the story of life should be. munion service for the ,church. I (

allegedly carrying fever ticks. So The service Sunday evening will The Midweek Service this week I 'IIIII

the slaughter of the deer will con- be oC special interest to everyone. will be on Wednesday evening at \ .
tinue for another year or more This is the time when we shall eight o'clock and everyone is asked I ,y5't "

until all arc exterminated.The have as our special guests the boys i to be present. The service will be I:. ,' .
and girls that havo played basket- conducted by Arch Hodges, who

Clewiston, Boy 'Scout troopis ball in the school this year. The recently came to our church from l l l l 1 1 1 .''
message, will be appropriate for the Pahokee. .;:;
getting a new lease on life and +:.'.
occasion. The sermon topic is
give promise of doing some good
I Into oblivion
.
"Playing the Game"
work in the future. Give them u .
ery help you can and assist in .ev-'J The regular monthly program of
FOIl SALE STRAWBERRIES] I n
the Women's Missionary Society -
finer of citizens
ing us a group With Our Direct-Reduction Home
the ,future. will be on Tuesday afternoon at i 5c per quart if you 'pick them.

I three-thirty at the church. All ladies Louis Skrobick, Riverside Drive ,ts1 Loan Plan, each monthly payment

are cordially invited to attend. I Moore. Haven. Tn24-31. .o : ;*1 cancels a portion of the loan. That .
I All members and friends of the
adutiug Women's Missionary Society are requested -I M ceMTM part is gone-- you pay no interest

to attend the study course I I FOR SALE-Clewiston lot bargain, M NYHtY; on'''i it-- and you are that much nearer ...
: being given this week in the church. 5100.00 cash. Description: Block $
lo debt-free home ownership. Ask
The book is "The New Why and 367 Lot 5. Write John Stendal t Duc.

IT PAYS TO'LISTEN I How of W|. M. S." Classes will be I 2712 E. 25 St., Minneapolis 4om pio and you shall receive further good

Read The Ads .'conducted by the pastor on Monday Minn. m7-2-l news about our home, loan plan.
Wednesday, Thursday and Fri- I
da yfrom three-thirty to four-thirty
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ahead with a progressive program of building long- one everYthing quickly, "efficientJ. -

lasting roads and satisfy the taxpayer too? i ::: :-
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auperb road-base material makes highway dollars .
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They cost less to widen and modernize for future _;;:_:::: one thing that gets cheaper the more of it that you use. I .::.:.:.!.:
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.. = = Prince, Miss Viola Keene, Miss Ruth consolation. on a tour of the Spicer gardens and

I: ._. si Knight. Miss Mae Whitten, Miss Refreshments of Ice cream' and later visited other gardens in town .. '

,j'I +.s. Alice Steinholtz, Mrs. George cake were served to Mrs.. F. Deane during the afternoon.

I Soarks, Miss Beatrice Jacobs, Miss Duff, Mrs. H. J. B. Scharnberg, Those attending from Canal Point ) :
f PERSONAL and, SOCIETY Dorothy Hare and Mrs. Gwendolyn Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, Mrs. B. C. and Paholceo were Mrs. D. ,C. ','

J i ._. .. .4i ... Etherton. Mills, Mrs. E. P. )Mutrux, Mrs. Thompson, Mrs. John Dulaney, Mrr. .
I'I .. .t' flown and Mrs. Byrd. Clint Coburn. Mrs. Carl Kol&tarl.:

I ., I''I .. ..t.... 0-;'" MRS. CARISTOX WINS HIGH/ -,-- Mrs.. ,J. W// Cochran, sr., Mrs. V. C. '

i I I ,'" I '....'.................................................................)O........... ......*.... '" )N. SCORE AT WEEKLY, BUIDGE_ :, ('ARDHN! CLUB HAS PICNIC FOR Denton, Mrs. Lawton Sims, Mrs. T.
9', I PAHOIvKFJ-CANAL POINT CLUB M. Dechman, Mrs I. W. Weeks, :.
: Mrs. S. A. NaIl'of Canal Point j
I BallJohnsonA Mrs: A. C. Carlton won a pitcheras --- -. Mrs. A. Hansen, Mrs. Shauness y,-, '' '
in Clewiston.
,,F. J I spent Sunday high score prize: at the weekly The Clewiston Garden' Club entertained Mrs. L. W. Journigan.. Local mem- '

bridge club which met at the homeof a group of ladies from hers were Mrs. H. A. Bestor- Mrs.
: wedding that came as a com-
J. E. Beardsley was a business Mrs. V. C. Woodward dnes- the Pahokee-Canal Point Garden F. D. Duff, Mrs. I't.:! Wright "

i II visitor in West Palm Beach Tues- plete surprise to the,;many Clewis-tookllace day. Mrs. Ed; Hayes won a salt and Club yesterday iftemoon with a Mrs. G. B. Itackstraw, Mrs. 'T. W. .
ton friends of the participants
I, day.: : pepper set for low 'prize.A picnic luncheon at the Spicer gard Ezelle, Mrs. K. Bowden, Mrs. II. R. .'
in Sarasota ,Saturday when .
; ens. Knight, Mrs. A. R.: Broadfoot, Mrs. ,
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dessert was served: by
Miss Yvonne Johnson,' of Clewiston, course : "
; l A.V.. Lawrence and L. .L. Lowe C. Nelson, Mrs. J. H. Mrs. '
Pressley,
f ; I became the bride of Stephen S. Mrs. Woodward to 'Mrs. Carltou, The 'affair was in connection with :

I I'I' were business visitors in Live Oak Ball, Jr., of Sarasota. ,The ceremonywas Mrs. Hayes, Mrs. R. ,C. Nowling, the regular meeting of the local W. F. Simpson, Mrs. O.I'" Schiffli ."-., '

'! over the week-end. I performed in the Presbyterianmanse I Mrs. J. B. Niblack, Mrs. R. ;\1.1 club. Mrs. F. M. Wright, chairman, Mrs. Wi.\ C. Owen, Mrs. J.- D. "'
I. : Mrs. presided at the informal Bruce, Mrs O. A. Jones, Mrs. F. C. '.:
:pl jl i with Rev. B. L. Bowman Hare, jr., Mrs. G. E. Etherton, program
i, :' jlI I Hubert A. ''Land returned yesterday I officiating. I f fl.. A. Wells and Mrs.: Foy Dur- which followed the luncheon. Mrs. Taylor, Mrs. E. L. Stewart, Mrs. ',
r. 11 after spending the, past ten' Il Porter Baldwin of ,West Palm George L. Royal, Mrs. I. D. Leydig, =
MrsBall is the daughter of Mrs. I
and Mrs. L.
/, II l days: in Miami on business. Charles H. Johnson of Sarasota.For Beach, president of the state federation L. Spicer

DtI -- ; BILLY BROADFOOT HAS of garden clubs was scheduled .
the past eighteen months she
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I" j:; A. R. Broadfoot spent several has been employed "in the general PARTY ON 5TH BIRTHDAY to be present and to address

:{ days this week. in Jacksonville on the group but failed to appear. An
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offices of the United States Sugar J. M. COUSE
business. Billy Broadfoot celebrated his informal discussion of club and
Corporation here.
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I! fifth birthday with a party 'on St.Patrick's I garden work was substituted for
The groom is the ;;son of Mr. and. Counselor and Attorney at Law
r H. J. B. Scharnberg was a business Day at the home 'of his I the program.
Mrs. Stephen S. Ball of Sarasotaand -
'I J visitor in Mulberry Wednes is associated with the Light- parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Broad- The luncheon consisted of ham: Hopkins Building
I foot on the government reserva-
day. burgers cooked the out-door
", I foot Printing Company of that on
'iI white color Wednesdays and Saturdays
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sahad relishes
I : : fireplace, green cof-

i [rl Mrs. C. J. Lovvorn leaving. today city.Mr.. and Mrs. Ball' will reside in scheme balloons was and carried balls out were and distributed favorsof fee and pie. The visitors were taken '9:30 to 4:00

j I for a visit of a few days with : Sarasota, following the close of
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to the guests. ...
i friends in Lakeland.Mr. .
harvest
i 1 the present; season. Sally Graham and Carol 'Augur !. ...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. :..:-:....:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:--:..:--:..:..

and Mrs. Neal Williamson MISSES SLOXAKER, ::HARE ARE won prizes in the contests. Betty h
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of South Bay visited in Clowiston i iI HOSTESSES SHOWER Springer and Barbara Broadfoot: '
assisted in directing the games and \
Monday evening. NO jI
I I I -' I Misses Florence Slonaker and contests. ARGUMENT!

Mrs. Floyd Ellis and Miss Esther Evelyn Ha're were ;;hostesses at a Refreshments of ice cream and Y h

; McCall of Fort Myers were visiting miscellaneous shower Thursday ev- cake were served to Sally Graham, Y Y -

friends in Clewiston Friday. ening honoring Mrs.. Stephen S. Donald Terrell, Carol Augur, Sue X
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Ball, who prior to her marriage Cornette, Sue Holland, John Schif- .

Saturday was Miss 'Billie Johnson. fli, Mary Kay Pafford, Emma Jane
j h Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Stewart '
I I Miss Mary Markette won a love- Ezelle, Donny Mines, Bobbie Smith, I i
Beach
spent, Friday in West Palm DESIRABLE LOTS
on business. ly placque for prize' in the contest Edward Bourne, Mary, Elizabeth

conducted as part of the evening's Roberts, Joan Jeffcoat, Richard h
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{II entertainment. Knight, Rachel Miner, Leonard
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'': ji; A' Mr. and Mrs.; Roy: Alston spent Flaniken and Dale -
'" The honoree, was therecipient of Moore Bevoly. | DEFINITELY
d :1: the week-end in Miami visiting 'Mr.Ii many lovely and useful gifts. Re- Cruse. ARE '

Ii 1 and Mrs. E. J. Rogero. I freshments of ice cream and indi- I .=.

,,1-1 idual cakes were served to the MJSS MEREDITH ENTERTAINS

1. i Miss Marcia Avant and Wilbur following guests: WITH BRIDGE YESTERDAY i HARDER TO GET
'j Goff were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. J. W. Ezelle Miss Ruth ---.- I _: '

C. J. Barwick in Miami Wednes- Marshall, Mrs. Eric ,Kingsbeirry, Miss Eunice Meredith entertained ..s.:. ; ,

r' day and Thursday. I Mrs. John Lucas, Mrs Bill Myers, with a bridge party yesterday -:

Mrs. Forest C. Taylor, Mrs. J. afternoon at her apartment in the
: Mr. and Mrs. W..B.* Duval of I Grady Niblack, Mrs. Blanche Turner Hopkins Building, complimenting,

Atlanta arrived in Clewiston yester-y Mrs. L. W. Brown\ Mrs. Carl her sisters, Mrs. R. H. Rowan and .
for a. several days business. vis-I Johnson Miss MaryMoorc: ', :Miss Mrs. Clyde Byrd of Jacksonville. j J J. BEARDSLEY j I ri!

tt.I I I Florine Moore, Miss Mary. Mar- Boxes of sachets were presentedthe ;'

I kette, Miss Livonia Congdon, Miss honorees, and a lovely piece of

r :.? Miss Mae Palmer, Mrs. RObinson'j') Carol Harris Miss Evelyn Bur- pottery was won by'Mrs. Fred Hen- |:;: Real Estate Hopkins Bldg. |:::
L. A. Turner and M. J.
hans, Miss Inez Lammons, 'Miss ricksen, who held high score at .
in Stuart yesterday, to attend the,!I,Virginia ,Jordan, Miss Pearl Brant- bridge. Two packages pull matches 1x
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11 Martin. ::: .; :!:.,
I I funeral of Charles' I!II ley, Miss Hazel Prince!! Miss Lois went to Mrs.: E. C.; :Mills i as 1 N,ILN N:N:N N N:M:..:N N:N N N:N N:N1 M:N N N N M:N:N N N N..:H..:.:N:.-.:..:N N M:N: N:-N-:--.x M-:,,:.

I'' His :r.. H. Rowan of Jacksonville
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i arrived Tuesday for a visit with her 1

father, Foster Meredith and her ': \;
LAST CALL TO CHECK YOUR .: .
I sister, Miss Eunice, Meredith. i HOUSE -


Mrs. H. C. Hill, and: baby returned I "
to their home in Atlanta Saturday
--I' 1. Flue Cr Chimney Repaid
1. after a visit with Mr. and Mrs. E. \
I 2. New Roofs
M. Cornette and family. ; _Sr.:
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I l A- .r ::*::: :: 4.1% 3. New Attic Roosts .,
J'\ Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Cruzo of c v 4. Attic Insulated > H" *_ : ;..;

i ,:;. Homestead and Mr. and Mrs. William ,-. c i1 5. Guttering ::,, :y j t;.

I j ,; Hubert of Miami visited = & New
Screens
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friends here Sunday. ::, } : $ s._. (:
.' 3== T. 7. New Siding j 1
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S. New Bath Roam Fixture .
Mrs. I. M. Pafforcl and daughter I 1 1_ '
: s. 9. Wall Tile in Bathroom'c
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: Mary Kay, and, Mrs. B. C. I --.- y .
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i % 1 10. Storm Sash 0 f
,t Flaniken and Bettye1 Carol, spent r -z. --y-? ; Wegtherstripfliflj
._ 'I --s- 11. Side Wall Insulation
Tuesday: in Fort Myers. 1' 1
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12.: New Electric Fixtures ;

Mrs. J. G. Niblack: Mr. and Mrs.R. \ ;y 4 Sid ic1 I I, 13. New Closetj 1
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N. Smith and son, Bobby, spent -i I V' $; ,

: yesterday in \Ve&t' Palm Beach on I .l.II Y 1 k k --'- 15. Wall tile in Kitchen ;

r business. II111 c 16.New Hardware '
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NIB 1' : I 17. Papering :, ,
Mr. and Mrs. N. P. Clajbaugh or' -
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: : Orlando spent the wee' -end here "', .. i; : k : ___ 19.18. Grading New Garage fir Sodding I'.'.\, .

visiting Mrs. Claybaugh's sIster, i t ,f ': _
20. New Floors & Refinishing
j Mrs. Forest C. Taylor and Mr. Tay- ; .
I .:: t' A 21. New Entrance '<'
lor. 7 7'r. / 4, ; t : i :- r"
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business < 23. Foundation /SfekcrtOH .
W. F.
Simpson was a
j' ". ." '. \ Burner*, i
visitor in Miami yesterday.Mr. I II i' 1' e 7 21.: Driveway
and Mrs. W. F. Simpson and -
I I "t i / 25. Fenco rI ;
Mrs. Olin; Carleton were vis'itorHin J.r.,1...____ 21 Walks : ::6 "
i I Okeechobec Tuesday. 'I I / .
27.:'Basement
'. j'- ':::, / 25.: Repainting Playroom ; : :

'J Mrs William Lucaa left Satur- / / /i \ ', : : ?
day for her home ::in New York ',: f
i 'I after visiting for several weeks with M ; ::f\' .. The FHA Repair Loan Plan, easiest time pa'nlent'plan ever offered to finance home, L'> ,;,;

: : her sister, Mrs. H '.J. B. Scharn- <: 'f: ';- \ repairs, expires July 1. Congress may continue it, but don't run that risk.. Take advan ,;.y : ': "> '

I II berg and her son, John Lucaa. .:. tage of it now, while you are sure. Here are its,features.J \:' ": ;" : ,:
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Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Perry and :7: }.;" You may borrow any amount, $TOO to -I Loan Is repaid In equal monthly installments Y ,t' '

...1 I sons left Thursday for Tampa, Mr. .':.,,. ,.......' $10,000. starting 30 days after date of ; ', I". ; -;*. ,. ',"
.j I Perry is' returning today and Mrs. I e' note. ,'J '; ;; "
>: / 5% yearly discount Is the only charge. .. .
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Perry, Billy and Johnnie are remaining ); \
for the week-end with rel( .' $."! r No collateral, comakersmortgage or "' '>;

atives.. I i.s' "I V No down payment required. security of any kind required on ordinary ; ;:\. : '\ <:' .'5'
loans under $2500. ,
t/ The average loan runs about 3Omonths. ;.j.r:,
MRS. SCHROEDER HOSTESS
J, ; *fou take to 3 used for all ; ';. .
, AT EVENING BRIDGE ',;" may up or some V Money may be to pay i I

j h: ----- [ ) times $ years to repay. materials and labor. ... ."" ,

Ii II s.i Mrs.the B.Evening, J. Schroeder Eri go was Club hostess tweeting ,:, ,' -: You can get S.tuG for instance, spend it, for repairs now and repay $15. ]...a month ,.;'' : ;I' :::,./

j II Wednesday Mrs. C. E. Nail for 30 months. Or get S300 and repay it' $9.59 a month for 3 years. It's the:easy and ..:'.- ...:" -;- ;:''!.,. :

Ii won a lovely bath mat as high I sensible way to fix up the house, and may never be available another, Spring. Check ::
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II, score and MTE. 11. VC. Wilson bath your house and act We'll Call
' : now. arrange your loan, quickly and easily. us, or \
I I' towel and matching bath cloths as I come' 10.Royal.- "" ,-:" .
i second high. : / ', : .
' Waldorf salad and coffee was ', ; (

I' "'-* served by Mre: Schroeder to Miss

f ,', Mae Palmer, Mrs. Roy Alston, Mrs. Lumber company,:

W. H. Lanlor, Mrs; H, H,' Turner;. ._......... -4. .,, ......... > ''\ ,. ,
Mrs.. T. B. Shelley Mrrf. R. C. Nowl- r -

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Frank Beaman, of Murray,
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: .MAII) EEECCTBy : :. ; ,y:: :' .:' has fit the worn soles the of same his 'shoes pair and of

shoes continuously for 24 years. ?
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AUTHOR-QF Adam A..Bretch, 79, of Pitts-
SAMUEL HOPKINS ADAMS :: burgh, Pa., likes children but
'IT HAPPENEDONE hates noise. Recently he trad-

ed new bicycles to 11 boys for
NIGHT'O their roller skates.

SAMUEL HOPKINS ADAMS i WNU SERVICE Mrs. John Thies of Reeds-

port, Ore., can play two trum-
pets at one time.
CHAPTER XIII-Continued 'You're-not-going-with me?" ""What did he 'say?" queried the I'll get to you some way." M. H. Bidwell of Kansas City

--21- The words came, stiff and, slow. girl languidly. ,"I knotf you will;" said -tl e girldeeply Mo., gives his business address, ,)

"Kelsey?" Marne's voice was The house quivered and sagged a "Nothing coherent. Just 'Boat. and kissed him as he passed as: "M. H. Bidwell, Cattle
firm little. ."There's no time to- argue,, Boat.' Very good idea, too," com- her. A";'strong shove sent them out Branding Alley. 200 West End
"Yes?" Marne." mented Kelsey, "if it were only into the current.A "
House
Under the Hog says
"Is there any chance of our not "You're asking me to- practicable. thousand devils'from the hell of the American Magazine.
coming through?" "I'm not asking you.. I'm telling "Boat," repeated Marne with stu- 'watery' blackness reached -out to

"Oh, 1 don't think so." you." pefied eyes. "Boat. Oh, my fool snatch the boat and make it toe
She faced him, pale and steadyin "I won't.1tU soul!" plaything of their demoniac glee.
the fluctuant beam of the candlein you trying to make it harder Jumping to her feet she caught The next few seconds ,was blind Easy :Filet Crochet
her hand. "You do think so." for me?" her 'companion by the wrist and struggle againstthe powers of imminent

"Well, yes; there's a chance "Yes. I won't go. You can't makeme. convoyed him along the hall, down death. Marne felt a splash of For Baby's Carriage

against us, of course." The admis- I-I'm afraid." the steps, splashing across the din cold foam in her face The flat
sion was slow and reluctant. "The "Who's lying now?" he retorted ing-room, wading through the kitchen leapt and swerved like a mad thing, ;rz r'tiyvi
water's still risine.! I hate to have with a wry grin. "It's the best to the back. A sound of dull. in- plunged to an' unknown depth, and J

you afraid," he burst out in a shaken then moved evenly and steadily for
voice. ward upon the- rhythm of \v ves.
"Am I afraid? I suppose I am. I U. "All right Marne?" ..-. ,
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don't want us to die." "Yes." l ko "TV ;::fiL kaw,;, ,,.'iLL

"Is the canoe dried out?" The wind was dying in long', inter-
mittent gasps. A faint soiled strip
"Not thoroughly. It may be by
i of light showed above the crest of
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daylight. yrJ'r6' ,.i l Lf.lJ:;,tr r
the hill. Kelsey gestured for her to y
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"You'd better tell me the truth, i
'a: :' turn and look back. ,, '
Kelsey" she said,with quiet cour-
"The west wing has So has
age that made his throat feel] stiff. gone.
the gateway. Good-by Maiden Ef-
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"Will the house stand that long?
fort.VMarne '. ..',' .
"It ought" to. Better get some turned her head slowly I

more sleep. from side to side. "It's another
"I couldn't. All right; I'll try if "
world said she a :
'"- in dreamy-voice Pattern.No. 6071.
you want me to. "Yes." Stepping carefully across

It was no more than 'a fitful doze Glunk, he sat down by her. "IJ. Filet crochet with this Mother

that she achieved. A light shock, we ever get back 'to the old one-" Go.se figure, is just the thing for

followed by a strange, scrabblingnoise "I'm not so sure I want to get baby's carriage The lace stitch
brought her to her feet. A ; ? back. What's the matter with this sets off Bo-Peep and the lambs
big tree, twisting and writhing in "
one? gambol on the plain mesh portion.
the powerful grasp of the current, "Maybe you're right. But I oughtto A color note is added by drawinga'

was scraping along the side,of the give you fair warning: If,:as, and ribbon through the beading 1 F
mansion, thrashing''' at it with des- when do back-"
we get formed around the oval. Pattern
perate arms as it passed. A win- "Well,. Im! waiting" she prompted 6071 contains instructions and

dow crashed in." as he paused. .charts for making this set; an illustration -,
"It's nothing, Kelsey reassuredher "I'm never going to let go of of it and of stitches;

as she cried out. you." .' materials needed.To .
"What time is it?" she asked stu- "That's been idea
for the last
my obtain this pattern, send 15

pidly. few hours, too," .said she ,amiably cents in coins, to The Sewing
"Almost"four. ,7yf A/ i: ,. i. yiY "' r.: 2 : w .Ll'SJN. "So what' are we going to do about Circle, Household Arts Depart-

"Glunk? ,, it?" ment, 259 West 15th Street, New
"Glunk is better", 1 think. He ; "I'm going to like it. Quite a good York, N. Y.
drank some water. deal." '

They sat in silence. Without warn- "Enough to go' through with it?
.
ing the floor subtly shifted beneath l Ignoring this, he said, "There's only one bad spot." All the way?"
them. Kelsey stood up 'and shook I "Why not? 1 always did prefer m! tiY D!iII'Ii1Ii1l! N'J!.' "" II

himself. ""We'd better be riggingthe chance for all of us,". he 'argued. termittent.knocking punctuated the weddings to funerals." fzcm ieE' 'JCnSTOlR
canoe, he said in a quiet, hard ''Three in that canoe means three fury of gale and flood. An anxious hail reached them '1
voice. "She may leak some," he dead people, sure." "What's that?" through the fog-swirls. OILS j

continued, and brought a small pail. "We could leave Glunk," she "Glunk's boat. In the work-shed. "Martin 'and Gloria, 'still on the A revolutionary refining process now j
He propped a paddle in the stern, whispered.He gives you a really tasteless castor
Trying to break away. I'd forgotten trail. They must have found an-
then lifted the craft forward throughthe leaned forward to stare at her. oil--full-strength. dependable EASY 1
all about his telling me. Imbe- other boat. He returned ajubilant:
TO TAKE--taste and odor are re
door until the bow projectedover
There incredulity in his "Hi!l" "
was eyes. cile! moved.Almost unbelievable,you will
the unseenwater.. "Could we, Marne?" "Hallelujah'! We'll lick this set-up "Are you all right?" called Mar- say when you take Kellogg's Per- 1
"Where do you want me? Marne She buried her face in her hands. yet." tin. "Do you want a doctor?" fected Tasteless Castor Oil. Use this

was now ready to take orders. The But he could see the head shakingin Together they released the cap- "No," shouted Kelsey. "We wanta newest end purest of all' castor oils.
only thing she could do now to help, Your family will take it readily be-
shamed negation and he smiled tive flat and, floating and dragging, minister.
was to prove. herself amenable, to again.. "All right., That's better. got it through the house to the front "And we'll adopt Glunk" purred Kellogg's cause it is Perfected so different.-accept Insist no so.on

discipline."In Now, it you'll look at the situation. porch. "Staunch as a,, liner," exulted Marne. called "tasteless" substitute. Sold at
the stern. ogically" the expert after a careful scrutiny. At the.sound of his name, that indestructible all druggists in 3'/ oz.refinery-sealed
She moved" forward one step. "No! No! No! No! No!" she "All aboard. We're off." hireling raised his bat- bottles which insures freshness and
"Kelsey?" wailed. She struck 'down the hand Mooring it in the backwater tered head. A slow grin revealedthe purity-only 25c a bottle. Approvedby j
Good Bureau.Frugality 1''
"Well? Housekeeping
that he stretched out toward her. formed by the angle of the ,porch; familiar triangle of fangs.
"Kelsey, dear. I thought I want- "I know what you're doing," she de- they got Glunk safely stowed. 'Kelsey "Gall" he said ,,weakly, registermg 2"
ed to wait until tomorrow to-to ,.::., _..-':
joyous'recognition. "Nice gal!
"You're the
clared passionately. paying -' took the oars, giving Marne (
have things said. Have 1 waited too .."Right," assented Kelsey. "Nice
me out. ,paddle to steer' with. 6
long? Her voice trembled. "That's idiotic. Paying you out "Keep her clear of trees/' were' gal.. 'My' gal I Get it?"

"We may have ten minutes. We for what?" his final 'instructions, "and :hang; "Urgck," said Glunk and. tactfully

. may not have ten seconds," he said "For calling you a coward. You're tight when we reach the ""bank.. And went.. back to sleep.
with the curtness of controlled fear."Get to if should (THE END
rand .
.making a grand gesture proveme anything gQ wrong : ,
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wrong once more." Frugalityemcraces all other
"I'll take the ten seconds. Tell "That's a pretty rotten thing to virtues.-Cicero.
me, dear; anything could happen, "
say. Veterinary Science Has Eliminated :the
couldn't it? "Oh, I know it is! I' don't know F
"Yes." what I'm saying." S he beat her Hazards of Animal Life' and Production Always demand St.
"We might be separated, if it did arms against his. "I can't go and ';' Joseph Aspirin. It's
Demand genuine, Eases
pure.
happen. leave you here. I can't. I, won't." cold discomfort and
"Yes," he repeated, but in an al- "Marne." He set both hands on The practice of animal breedingis grounds, to save the state from loss, headaches. tablets, lOcoNobility
tered voice.: "You're wasting time her shoulders.' She slipped between centuries old.: It had its origin in through a revival of interest in what

that may mean" them, pressing breast and lips to his the economic need of ancient man then was known as veterinary art, D D

"It wouldn't be so good," she per- in a kiss too long' and passionateand to produce animal life under some In those days of' scientific dark-

sisted, "if one of us came throughand surrendering for any misinter form of organized human control.:' ness, animal-disease prevention and

the other didn't." pretation."Is In the oldest, laws in the world, control were largely in superstitious
"No; not so good" he agreed that plain enough?" she cried known as "The Laws of Hammurabi practices. But the few intellectual of Virtue

heavily. with a kind of desperate triumph ," it is indicated that some sort freedmen of the age, and those in Virtue is the one and only nobility. ,
"Then 1 want you to hold me, if I "Are you going to send me away of regulatory system over animal gathering numbers in each succeed- .-Juvenal, '
it comes, and not let me go. Will from you-after that?" breeding existed in Babylonia 2,100 ing epoch, realized the need of a

you? Will] you promise?" I "Yes." It was as if it had been years before the advent of the true veterinary practice and control!

"I'll promise anything, if only wrung out of him by torture. Christian era.,Anyone who regardsthe over animals and animal production t
you'll get in." She loosed him, but one hand still chicken industry: : today: as a as.'related to"public health and

She became practical at once. clung. "All right," she said in a moderneconomic development public welfare- generally. As far
"You want me in the stern, you said voice of calm resolve. "I'm not might peruse' 'the' laws of the 'old back as 'BT: C. 40, in the time of 'Cap-BrusVApplicalor ,1

Where's, Glunk to go?" afraid any more. Get Glunk out." Assyrian empire with interest, .ac- Tiberius Celsus- foresaw that such JUST A makes"SUCK IMF 40"/
"Flat in the bottom. He'll ballastthe "Put, on your sweater. No coat.. cording" to Dr. i'John R. MoWer; methods' employed in veterinary DASH IN. FEATHERS.. CO MUCH FARTHER JU
canoe." You might have to swim." chief, bureau of.animalindustry, in clinical -work would find a place in

"You'll take bow-paddle, then." She obeyed. "Is everything in?" an address before the International the' practice of : human medicine
forward if to The numbersof which 200 later Galen em-
she asked going as Veterinary congress. years
Ignoring this, he said: "There'sonly
inspect the canoe. There was never eggs laid by each hen were counted phasized.
one bad It's where the )
bank dips down spot.to the lake. Hold a chance for him to stop her, so and recorded.In Since then, veterinary science has W. E. (BUCK)<:HANCOCK .

her, bow-on, whatever you do." swift and violent was her next mo- that early and now dim date inman's been marked, by discoveries which Licensed BrokerFARM
"KelseyI"! Marne tion. Under the impetus of the sudden history, many of the diseasesof have had the effect of greatly reducing ,
had ceased to LANDS ACREAGEMADISDN
tilt and thrust the little craft animals and poultry were identifiable the hazards of animal life I *
be
practical. "Why are giving
me all these directions?"you shot out into the darkness and van- by names peculiar .to the .production.' I .FLORIDA
ished. "There!" she gasped. "What times. The contagious nature of ani- Diligent scientific workers, the ,
.'Keep her from the mouth Wrte for Listings .
away
have traced
about that? mal plagues is clearly indicated by world over, scores of
ol the brook he with
proceeded
"Oh, you fool!" he groaned. "You Columella who lived at the dawn of live stock maladies to their source
his reach instructions. "As" soon as you deadly little fool!" the present civilization. That he revealing specific viruses, bacteria WNU-7 12-39
open water-
"Kelsey 1 Answer She came to him. "Don't waste recognized a relationship between and parasites as the causes. Other
me.
"Please listen, Marne." time calling me names." animal breeding and public healthis investigators have cleared up many .
evident from his urgent demandfor questions concerning nutritional disturbances
reckless
All good resolutions as to discipline Something of her aban- Ri I P
and obedience went down- don passed into him. He laughed segregation of the sick as one poisoning by plants Go00sio
wind. "Anyway we're together now for means of preventing the spread of breeding troubles, even conditions E s ...

"1 won't listen! You've put only the duration of'the war. Tough on infection. The Christian era was resulting from abnormal glands
still when Vegetius and disturbances of the nervous sys ..
one paddle in. Where's yours?" old Glunk though. very young s. ti
Her hand went to her heart in a Glunk rolled his head and mum aroused by the heavy losses among tem. "

gesture of such child-like and piteous bled. He seemed to be striving for animals as each successive epizootic I .; 1
broke the world utilized his Keeps Rattles-Out Water ,ai %
appeal that he looked away. "Whereis utterance. .... .. over ,
now immortal pen for the salvation While a rattlesnake .is, swimminghtr'keep's Q'
it? she demanded, "He tried to get conversational hlJ1QS 'O ( SSEI RP ,
of-animal life-if only on economic > his 'rattles out of water.
"The can't 'once while
canoe carry more-thah or' twice you were
two. For God's sake, Marne-" asleep" Kelsey observed. ---.. RHEUMATISM Sllannflt

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for improvement. She complimented NOTICE agreed that the deer in certain
our school highly for the Improvement sections ot, Southwest Florida must
NEWSPAPER
made in the library: this year Pahokee Florida be exterminated to rid the countryof J'
SCHOOL NEWSEditor by the addition of many good new March 22. 1939. fever ticks and proposed a series ADVERTISINGAT
books. She also offered several TO THE PEOPLE of local bills to legalize the slaughter. -
____......_._.... Bill Owen splendid suggestions for improvingthe OF .CLEWISTON: YOUR
Ass't Editor ........ J. D. Hooker I library facilities. Dear Friends: i Representative J. H. Peoples of
Sports Editor ........_ Dick Owen I We the Senior Class of 1939 of I Glades. county was the chief spokesman SERVICE, ,
BOY SCOUT NEWS Pahokee High School arc planning )! at' the meeting and declared TO.HELPYOU SEL
that he would pass bill for Glades
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'. produce our :annual Class Playin /
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'""i -( -r' (Dick Owen Scribe) the local hlgh'f, ; hool auditoriumon county and urged that otherfe he ;
The school would 'like to thank April 14_ ; the first curtain rises. passed for Lee Collier and Hcndry t
Mrs. Spicer for the lovely flowers Tho regular weekly meeting of at 8:15 P. M. May we take this giving, the livestock board the Fight
which she has sont to the schoolon Troop 23 took place last Thurs- opportunity invite you to at- to kilf all tick-infested animals and
several occasions. Each time day evening, which is now the of- tend? these :would include deer. .:
bouquets have been made and placed ficial meeting night. It was changed The people of Clewiston and Pa- Rep. Guy Strayhorn of Lee County -
in each room. from Wednesday to Thursday a hol.cc (and of all the other towns proposed' that the sportsmen be
week ago by unanimous voW. around the lake) have always been given the right to kill tho 'deer

Miss Cynthia; Mabbette. <.1tnursing" Last Thursday was the__.deadline the best of friends and have had rather than hired' hunters and then
supervisor ,for the State for Scout registration which is much in common since the found- if the' area were re-stocked with
Board of Health visited the schoolon long over-due.: A, troop isn't recog ing of our communities.: It is be- deer that he felt the sportsmen f 1
Thursday to make arrangementsfor nized until the registration fees cause of this friendly feeling which would not greatly object to the 0
an Immunization clinic to be have been sent in to scout head- has always been a part of us that program as they did last year ,when
conducted on April 5. Inoculationsfor quarters. A full troop of thirty- we arc extending to you this cordial I the deer, were slaughtered in certain -
typhoid small-pox vaccinations two registered which is "hitting anew invitation to attend the "riot of areas.'
and Schick tests for, diptheria will high" in registration for the laughs in three acts" on April 14.I
be given to any pupil, whose parents ClewIs ton Scouts over a period of The play, which is entitled "The Price, Of Cabbage I Considrthgs
wish him to have the injections., several years. We expect to havea Dumbbell", has as its leading char- .
Consent slips will be mailed for finer troop than ever before in acters Hubert Geiger and Maida Climbs This WeekThe
each parent to fill out. Childrenof size cooperation and advancement. Harrington.! Other members of the AngUs
pre-school ago frpm six monthsto The Scouts have been invited to cast are Harold Wilkinson, June'
six years are also asked to at- dinner next Legion night by Post McKinstry Junior Cowen, MargaretStevens market price of cabbage tng your own home is real
No. 93, the local Legionnaires. The climbed rapidly the first of this V because the
tend the same day.: Sara Sanders, Bethea Aly, economy you save t
Legionnaires are the Scout spon- and Virginia McLure.A week and the few .growers who. .still! I landlord's profit. Any family needing .
sors and they .are backing us up hearty welcome and a delightful have cabbage were' being offered a home will do well to look at
Miss Snider librarian' at the P. wonderfully well. show await you in the Pahokee $35.00 per ton on Tuesday of this our selection of homes and buy
K. Yonge school Gainesville and Scout dues of five cents .a weak High School Auditorium on the week according to reports. before real estate values increase
now in charge of the library department will begin next month.Court\ of I night of April 14. We'll look for I Unfortunately for this section further.We will gladly help you
for the State Board of Honor, where it is believed many you there. most of the cabbage is gone and attain debt-free ownership of your
Education was a welcome visitor to will pass tests will be Tuesday at Sincerely yours was sold on a very low market. home thru payments like rent.
our school Thursday: mornnig. the Scout House. A Sea Scout patrol The Senior. Class of '39, Some was not, even harvested.
Miss Snider's work is to check on has been organizod in which Pahokee High School. The largest acreage of late cabbage Clewiston Federal
public school libraries of the schoolsof I Owen Wiinn will act as Patrol Lead- is that of Glen H. Williams
the state and to give suggestions IJ I er.CLEWI.STON. who expects to be cutting for about i )0-
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