The Clewiston news
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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 31, 1939
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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j I J 15,000 Visitors Have Rains Halt FiresIn ANNUAL OF STEWART

Visited Sugar House Everglades Area


Records at the office of the Heavy rains the first of the

HENDRY COUNTY United States Sugar Corporation week brought to at least a temporary INN THURSDAY N1TE' PENDING LEGISLATIONHon.

i show that by the end of this week halt a number of the fires

more than 15,000'vIsitors will havo which have been sweeping thousands -
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I Roscoe N. Miller of LaBelle was been shown, through the sugar of acres of muck land deep in One of the prettiest banquets Elbert L. Stewart, representative i

appointed tax collector of Hendry house here during the present sea- the Everglades. However many are ,ever given by the local school was: for Hendry County, was

County Wednesday afternoon by son. The total; number is expectedto still burning and the smoke that tendered the senior class last the guest speaker' at the Kiwanis:

If Governor; Fred P. Cone, who last be somewhat in excess of this I! throughout the entire area is extremely :- night by the juniors at the Clewis- Club Wednesday cvening and discussed -

i Friday had removed Frank A. for when large groups are shown bad In the early morning ton Inn. v at length i proposed legisla-

I 1 Dougherty from the office on through it is not unusual for sev- hours when held close to the groundby The long banquet table was decorated tion with which the 1939 legisla-

V charges arising from an alleged eral to fail to sign' the visitors' heavy fogs. with the colors of the two ture, which convenes next Tuesday: ,

shortage. pass. ; The Dade county commission at classes, green and white for the will likely have to deal.

Dougherty's removal was for 'Visitors will continue to be' a meeting, this week voted to aska seniors and purple and gold for The number of. telegrams and
'' shown through the houseat 3-8 mill tax levy to !buy and letters he has
"malfeasance, misfeasance and neglect -: sugar the juniors. A white vase with received in the past
: of duty" and .followed an audit least' until the fifteenth of April maintain a fire control unit in that Easter lillies was placed in the few weeks, said Mr. Stewart, indicates i -

,L ; of his accounts made by an assistant every day except Monday.. county. center of the table and near each to him that there is more .

I state auditor. According to the end were low bowls of golden cal- public) interest in the forthcoming-

i state auditors report Dougherty cndulae and purple scabiosis; trail- session than any held since 1931

1 owed the state $7,876.45, and had Ing maidenhair fern through the Mr. Stewart pointed out that one'
,I no funds on hand" with which to center ot the table carried out the of the major issues would be fora
: SUGARTALKS I change in the tax structure of the
1 i p n' Most of this amount was for color: scheme effectively.
1 automobile license collections. In I Hand-painted cards marked the state and said that he had been

1 \I. addition the report :listed $315.28due places of each guest, and bookletsin !: appointed on a committee of tw n-

a$ "commissions improperly purple, covered with gold celo- ty-five to make a survey of this
I 1 i, collected." By CLARENCE R. BITTING phane gave the program in detail. structure and the financial condition -

Iii.... As is the case in all removals of Favors of Hickok tie clasps were of the several departments.This .

county officials, Dougherty's case given all of the boys and the girls large committee was divided
will be presented by 'Governor Coneto Cost. Of Sugar received costume bracelets. into five sub-c ll1mittees and ho

the state senate, which convenes The program was given as follows was placed on the one to investi-

i April 4th. The senate has power I : gate welfare. In this regard he told
Some few years ago a magazine article, eminating from Washington -
Kiwanians: that regardless of the
.of ,sustaining or rejecting the gov- carried the title' "Sugar is Dynamite". In a literal sense 'we all Chef-Dick Patterson.. :
financial conditions lIe would not
ernor's action. know this is just not so.' ,, Can you Imagine the 'suiprised expression' iMusical Cocktail.-Florence Gra ,
The tax collector's office' for the on what was left of John Doe's face after he had used his store ham. vote to hamper in any way the

'I past week has ,been in temporary_ teeth to nibble on a piece of dynamite in the mistaken idea that it was : Soup a la Seniors-The Juniors. work. of schools, hospitals, old age

; charge of assistant state auditorW. a cube of sugar? Many more or less temporary residents of Washington i Senior Roast-Munselle Stone. pensions, aid to underprivileged ; or

j B. Johnson, who acting under have nibbled on the domestic sugar question and found that it I Senior' Salad-William Owen. other humanitarian work being car-
exploded in their faces. is in Wash- ried on with state funds.
-I !' r orders from the governor's office Certainly sugar political dynamite Faculty Pie-Mr. Herring.
ington. The Washington headline writer knew exactly what he was
confined his duties to maintaining Dick Patterson made a clever Speaking at considerable length
the office in its present state until saying when he wrote "Sugar is Dynamite". toastmaster and introduced each on the muck fire situation in the1
There is practically no subject on which there is as much misin-
the new collector is sworn in. number entertainingly. The musical Everglades, Mr. Stewart said lie
formation as Sugar. We are being constantly fed a mass of what areunquestionably
Dougherty was serving his sec- believed that if the United State
"Thanks For
cocktail ,
deliberate misstatements of fact. It will be our endeavor was song
ond term as, tax: collector. He ran in this and succeeding! articles to call attention to some of the Memories", which was sung by i Sugar Corporation could effectively

as a Republican candidate in, the these deliberate misstatements and to present the true facts. Florence Graham Original '\words control fires on their large acreage

November 1932 primary, defeatingthe We have been told, times beyond number, that beet sugar production were written to this popular song, I that the remainder of south Flor-

Democratic' nominee, E. E. Kel- is most inefficient and therefore has no earthly right to exist. and a couple was devoted to each ida could also do it by effective study -

ly of Clewiston. 'Dougherty later What are the facts? The ,United States Tariff Commission has madq member or'the ,senior class and and management. He recom-

changed his- politicaltiflfliations, be- two very elaborate and detailed studies of the cost of producing sugar praised some characteristic of that mended an eleven man committee,

came the Democratic nominee in 'in the various sugar-producing' areas, that arc today guaranteed ifn nu mbers, which will remain in the cue from each county of the Everglades -
1336 and was re-elected to the office almost exclusive monopoly of our sugar market. What do these memories of the Juniors. Drainage District, to serve
tudies, based upon data supplied by the areas themselves 'show? I
first .
he entered in 'January free of charge and having some say
The 1926 report shows' the cost of production per pound, on refined Each Junior took part in the I
? 1933. warden who
as to the type of fire
)sugar basis, 'including. interest. on in e&tment"r.O..D.: .;-refinery- "soup a .J a Seniors. aml j;&\c. an, _.. '
embarking on political int d-The FirC--Con-
Before a IQu1d'beapp
f ave been (cents per pound): acrostic, 'spelling out the word'Seniors"
career, "Dougherty was :associated Area 1917-18 1918-19 1919-2O 1920-21 1921-22 and complimenting; 'the trol District, created by the 1933:::

with his brother, Joseph Dougherty, I fleet ................ 5.73 7.50 8.39 8.72 5.51 class., The "Senior Roast" was a legislature now needs an appropri-
in ,the general contracting business, "Cuba. ................ 5.89 6.31 11.01 6.06 3.85 ''the president ation of $150,000 to operate ef-
toast inerse. ,. given by
and had resided in Clewiston fora Puerto Rico .... 6.55 7.71 11.48 7.10 5.76 ficiently. The first appropriation
of the Junior class :Munselle
year or more. He had lived for Hawaii .............. 6.32 6.93 11.66' 7.00 6.25 was $50,000. In 1937 this was increased -
Stone to the Seniors. Bill Owen,
the past several years in ,LaBelle. Examine that table carefully and you will find that the much exCited '- to $77,000 and neither sum

I This is_ the second time in Hend- so-called, low-cost producer Cuba, had much higher costs than Senior class president, "respondedwith has been anywhere near sufficientto
he beet producers in two out of five and was substantially lower the "Senior Salad, a verseof
I ry county's short existence (the years provide for the 'work. He spokeof
of the five Puerto Rico's appreciation from the seniors. to
Ln only one years; costs were substantially
county was created July 10, 1923) a trip, made to Fort Lauderdale
:nigher than beet sugar in four out of five years and Hawaii's costs the juniors.Mr. .
that a tax collector has faced sim- on. Monday to attend the fire con-
were higher in three out of five :years. No adjustment has boen made I Herring's "Faculty Plo" ,was
I ilar charges. James, L. Taylor, who trol meeting and the. trip down road
in these figures for the much higher wages paid in the' United States. I also in verse 'and was an appropriate -
: succeeded W. P. Andrews, the first 26. What muck had not already
consideration and be .
.f due weight given these much higher wages, conclusion to the interestingand
t collector, stood trial In circuit court then there can be no '''question but that continental production is by I Miss Alice been burned over appeared ,to be
original program. ,
, :j at LaBelle on charges arising from tar the most efficient. for burning and the road was so covered -
Stenholtz was the accompanist
'! a reported shortage in accounts. Perhaps those who would like to continue to mislead the with smoke that driving was
the musical numbers and later play-
I He was convicted In March 1934 American people on this vital question of sugar supply will claim the almost impossible.
; ; 'on two out of eight counts and received figures already quoted are out of date, so let us turn to the most recent (Continued on Page' S) Continuing on the tax question

I :j I sentences totalling ten years.., eport on sugar, prepared by United States Tariff Commission, dated ]Mr. Stewart stated that he believedin

! An appeal to the supreme court 934, and in 'which results for the Philippine Islands arc included. Tomato Season Is an equalized tax based on tho
t This study and report shows costs as follows:
I brought about a reversal of decis- actual value of the property ai\d
hen 1929-80 19SO-JU 19IH-32
': ion of the lower court on the believes--that if all taxes were col-
'i Beet ........................,........... 4.11 4.00 3.67 Now Underway Here
'. ground that Taylor was not pro'pely :iawaii ................................ 4.32 4.10 3.89 lected at present that there would
indicted. The case returned to Puerto Rico _:...................... 4.12 4.42 3.76 (Continued on Page S)

1 j (Continued on page 8) Philippines .......................: 3.71 3.71 3.19 Picking of tomatoes began this

Cuba _.................................'.. 2.91 2.60 2.51- week in the Clewi ton-Lak"e Harbor I Cannon Bill May
Here in this study, we find that CO-5ts': Puerto H.ieanand
with at least three packinghouses
C. E.
Miner Attends '
; Hawaiian sugar were: higher, in each and every :real:, than the cost
in operation. ProducersA
of beet sugar; Philippine costs were but slightly lower than costs of Aid Sugar
i F t : Jacksonville Meeting beet sugar and Cuban costs but little lower than Philippine costs. While there pla'nted'is quite an extensive LibertyPoint

I : Costs of production mean but little unless, at the same time, consideration acreage. between
i is given to wages, and it may be said that, in most of the and Lake Harbor the droughthas bill introduced by Rep. A. Pat

;. C. E. Miner, local member of the offshore areas during the leriod''covered by the Tariff Commission caused considerable damage and Cannon of Iiami'in Congress the

Hendry county school board and eport, the wages were not sufficient to enable the, workers to even the yield is not expected to be very: first of this week would exempt

recently elected secretary-treasure enjoy the questionable privilege of slowly starving to death. The wage high on any of these fields:: save I from provisions of the sugar act all

: of the state school board associ luestion has a most serious effect not only upon those who are poorlyy those in the. Liberty Point area i producers who grow, process and

::1 ation, was in Jacksonville Sa urdaand paid, but has repercussions in our trade with these areas and hence the where the efficient water control market sugar within the state limits -

''j Sunday to attend a meeting ol f .velfare of the entire nation. system of Diston Island has kept I and who do not apply .for benefit -

the water table high and obsenorsistate i payments. Members of the
the executive committee of that,.association -
J '!I called by the president, Everglades Fair :Is Shower Falls Here that ,the prettiest tomatoeseen I Belle Glade Co-Operative Sugar
I Carl 'Vi dell of West. Palm Beach. : in this section in rears arc Growers association formed last

. t 1 I The purpose was to study and On At Pahokee Monday AfternoonA those planted there. : summer believe that this bill, if
discuss the new school code which Among those picking this week passed by Congress, will enable

!f' was drafted by state superintend- Y are Frank Smith from a twelve i them to function.

1"1{ 'I' ent Colin English and which will The Eyerglades Fair opened on spotted shower ,which fell in acre field, Dan Allen from forty I The members of this cooperative

; be submitted to the 1939 session Tuesday of this week hi Pahokeeand the townsite Monday afternoon -was acres, G. 13. McDuffie from 200 I.pledged themselves to plant 15,000

.: 'of the Legislature and which makes only recorded as'onetenth of an acres, Bolton Bros., from 200 acres, of cane but under the pres-
I some drastic changes in the present will continue through' tomor- Inch at the research laboratory of Pete Chagaris and associates. from ent quota system would be unableto

I setup for school supervision. row (Saturday) night and those the United States Sugar Corporation thinly or forty acres in the tOW l.- dispose of it if produced. By

I It will attempt to clarify the who, have viewed the displays of but was believed to have been site and possibly others. Not more marketing within the state limits

I present law and designate duties vegetables and fruit grown in the much heavier in other sections of than one car is expected to roll production will be almost unlimitedfor

jf) the board members, trustees and Glades and on exhibit at the fair the town. from Clewiston this week. Florida 'now produces a great

county superintendents in an effort state that these exhibits are equally Records kept by the 'sugar corp- Packing houses are preparing for deal less sugar than Is consumed

v, to prevent over-lapping of authori- as good as in past years or' per-. oration from its several Plantations i operation with A. L. Brown and ,W. within the state.
haps better. show that the Eastern Di- S. Bowdoin to operate the Crouch Florida growers have constantly

ties.The executive committee met on The United States Sugar Corpo- vision fared much better than the house in Lake Harbor and Ike\: opposed the benefit payment plan

Sunday with the code commission, ration's 'display at the fair is attracting _- Western Division in the rains the Tatum and Mr. Day to operate the tied ,to a system of 'quotas contend-

a .group of legislators appointed bj' i as much attention as at first of the week An average of Catc house in Clewis tOll, It iJ understood ing that they need no subsidy to

Speaker-Designate G. Pierce Wood the other fairs where it has been ..143 was recorded Monday and ,.019 that the Thomas house produce sugar at a profit. J. F.

to review the new school plan.Among shown this winter. Although the Tuesday in the Western Division and Bateman.Wood ]louses in Lake! Scullen, president of the Belle Glade

; the legislators on this committee booth is somewhat smaller' than while .887 inches on, Monday and Harbor will also operate as usual I Chamber' of Commerce recentlymailed

are Senator A. O. Kanner, used in other fairs, the display ia .543 inches on Tuesday was the this season. letters to every senator and
Senator Spessard Holland, Rep. much the same and shows samplesof record in the Eastern Division. Prices on tomatoes now range; congressman asking that, the sugar

Leroy Collins and Rep. Russell O. several varieties of cane, the byproducts The records also show that only from $1.50 to 12.00 per lu which industry in the Everglades be per-

Morrow. State Superintendent Colin in the manufacture of sug- .99 inches I of rain is averaged for is considered a very good price. mitted to expand.

,, English and! his assistant, Dr. ar and various types of the refined' the Western Division since January j $2.00 is expected to remain .bout The cooperative program would

''fk-)' ." Morphert were also present. at xho'lllepttut sugar. The electric display is ;also1 11 and .4 inches, pf this! fell 'in the price during tll9 greater part mean the building of ono or two

I botna ce4 r : March, of the SCUIPU; qtnv wills to caro: fop.'tht> crop
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Active Persons Weekly Analysis IMPROVEDUNIFORM Sam Offered Inducement

INTERNATIONAL As Well as Guarantee
Russia Returns
to Spotlight
Are Subject to ,.

SUNDAY Samba,wanted to be a junk dealer -

Colitis AttacksBy Faces Foes on Two Borders esson but he had no money. So he

went to the village banker to seer
I Dean of the Moody Bible Instituteof if he could borrow! some capital.
W. La Bine Chicago.
By Joseph
S western Newspaper Union. The banker listened to the Ne-
DR. JAMES W. CARTON gro's story and learned that he

WHEN the word constipa- Q ".. Lesson for April 2 required, $100V

is mentioned the first : J : : BERING "Don't you think you could

thought with many is to take SEA Lesson subjects and Scripture.texts selected manage on less?" asked the"banker. -
and copyrighted ny International
more "roughage" in the food, Council of Religious Education used bv
permIssion' "No, suh;" replied Sambo.. "A
as this roughagewill horse and wagon,would cost dat."

irritate the TODAY'S SEA .!yG. SAUL BECOMES! A NEW !MAN "Well, I must have some guar-

bowel and cause antee for the What can
H SALT H OFOKHOTSK Jap fishing fleet LESSON TEX1-Acts J>:1-12. 1719. rl
its muscular coatsto GOLDEN TEXT-Therefore If any man you offer?
and COLUMN ; moves April 10 to be In Christ. he' Is a new creature: old Sambo thought for a minute.
things are passed behold. all things
"Well suh Ah could have youah
forbidden fishing ,
the wastes arc become new.-n Corinthians 5:17
squeeze name painted on de wagon."
downward and out of the body. n ground escorted The conversion, 'of Saul is admittedly -

And, as a matter of fact, rough by battleships.Tokyo one of- the outstanding eventsin

food-fruits and vegetablesisthe Bible history. When two brilliant .

best single treatment for ,English lawyers, Lord Lyttleton CLASSIFIED
and Sir Gilbert West, set out to
the ordinary case of constipation ,disprove the truth of Christianity,

due to soft foods and lack !!--c they selected the 'resurrection of DEPARTMENTBUILDING

of exercise. Christ and the story of Paul's con-

There is, however, a type of con- rushes fresh version as the focal points of their

stipation which alternates with diarrhea proof. Working independently, they '
in which these JAP troops to Russian fron- then came together to comparenotes PLANS,

rough foods are tiers, anticipating out and found that they had both "PLANNING TO BUILD A HOME"See beautiful
so irritating that become Christians since they had NEW AMERICAN HOMES. 101 plans to
they cause spasm or breaks when fishing become convinced of the truth of select from with, photo.of finished home.
Sent postpaid for $1.50. THE BAIRD CO..
partial closure of the season opens. the Scriptures.The BOX 2023 '- JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

bowel and constipation two events may well stand

is the result. together as evidence for Christian FOR SALE

Following the spasm ity, for only on 'the ground of regeneration
and constipationthere can change
.. FENCER costing $22.50 for $9.00.
; : is diarrhea in RUSSIA VS. JAPAN IN ASIA, ON LAND AND SEA accounted for, and only on the as- Write Edjtewood, Farm, Whitewater., WIs.
which the 'wastesare Fish and an old grudge provide a crisis.EDITOR'S surance that he met the risen Christ .

covered with on- the Damascus Road can we acT FILMS DEVELOPEDAny
):Sv' of
and other British
persenages roy-
mucous. These mdlDr. count for his conversion. Let us
Barton viduals are always expressed in these NOTE columns-When they opinions are those are alty who a few years ago had ignored make the most of this great lesson.
of the news analyst and not necessarilyof him as a scapegrace, the Ru- '
6 8 Roll
"aware" of their or Exposure
the newspaper.International. manian king found London unwillingto I. A Bold Persecutor (vv. 1, 2).
lower bowel or colon and the condi- play ball. Prime Minister Neville As our lesson opens we find the FILMS.DEVELOPED. C
tion is called colitis. In order not 2 5
Chamberlain was too busy appeasing brilliant and zealous young Jew, AND PRINTEDPOSTAL
to irritate the Lining of the bowel, Dictators Hitler and Mussolini to Saul, "yet breathing out threaten- ,PHOTO SERVICE

these colitis patients are often given Since Russia was ignored at the risk upsetting Europe's applecart.En ings and slaughter against the disciples ;- North Town Sta.,Chlcago,I Il. ,

soft and liquid foods, with daily Munich conference last September, route home Carol signed an of the Lord.'' ,The persecutions ,- 0 FREE, PORTRAIT WITH EACH ENLARGEMENTCOUPON ORDER

doses of paraffin oil to lubricate the Soviet has withdrawn to its shell, economic accord at Berlin, accept- in Jerusalem had practically

wastes and enable them to pass apparently content to fight internal ing for safety's sake a Nazi over- wiped out the church in that city. S

readily throughout the length of the problems and let the rest of the lordship he disliked. This was not but had scattered, the disciples

bowel. world fight Adolf Hitler. This action placed into effect until the Czech abroad, and thus the witness had ROLLS DEVELOPED
Sufferers Are Emotional.It France Britain been spread. The death of the god- Axj IM rail L.da1 6ts Inee bL.
was justified. coup, when Carol found German Wi :ii .,..IxU V.lo. pri lo ly 2S .
has often been found that the Italy and Germany ignored Mos- troops pounding on his door. Today ly Stephen,.'to''which Saul had given ,--,......uoJJ/(.i'HIN rauWAVAIIMBJ.I --
I1 Il bfff
individuals who suffer with colitisare cow in settling the Sudeten issue; Berlin controls more than half of his approval, had only increased his runiima: civei/. '

not usually the lazy type but apparently 'Russia was, not wanted Rumania's exports (wheat and oil) determination to destroy those who MAIL YOU FILMITOL.r

are active, high-strung and emo- I in Europe, and anyway Japan was and imports (manufactured goods). were "of the way" of Jesus. Look- Jack Rabbit Co.SAFETY <'

tional. And just as the emotions barking at her Asiatic door. Once in Bucharest, it is but a short ing for 'new fields to conquer, he SPARTAasuac So c.

can cause stomach, heart, gall blad- But necessity sometimes makes hop to either the Ukraine or such carries with him to Damascus let

der and blood vessel spasm, so also strange bedfellows. Though Com- Balkan states as Bulgaria and Yugo- I ters from the high priest at "Jerusalem II'

are they to blame for most cases munism looks far more like Nazism slavia, where the Master of Central : giving him authority to imprison

of colitis. It is therefore only a than Democracy, RussianGerman Europe is already in control. the followers of Christ. But ( TALKS }

small part of the treatment to pre- interests clash on two vital Though at first happy that Ger- on the way he meets Christ Him-

scribe diets in these cases. The important points: (1) Hitler wants the Russian man penetration was going eastward : self, and is stricken to the earth. "

part of the treatment is to Ukraine, a vast expanse of rich and instead of into Belgium or France, I 'II. A Convicted Sinner (vv. 3-9).t 'Pedestrian Faults'THE )

try to have them understand that it fertile land which now' gives Russia Europe's democracies have at last Stricken down by a brilliant heavenly National Safety council has .(

is their fears, their anxieties, their most of its oil, wheat, meat and realized their error. A month ago light, he finds himself talkingto charged pedestrians with a

worry about their own or their family's mineral; ,(2) Germany's ally"in the Germany was strong militarily but the Lord Jesus. He hears from large share of the responsibilityfor

health that is causing the con- vengeful anti-Communist pact is Japan impotent economically, devoid of His holy lips the solemn indictmentof traffic accidents that killed 39-

stipation, diarrhea, dull pain and irritable and Japan is Russia's enemy. foreign exchange and short of food. those who persecute God's peo 500 persons in 1937. Of this total

abdomen. Hence Russia'has' emerged the Today, with Czechoslovakia's big ple-"Why persecutest thou me?" 15,400 were pedestrians.In .

Doctors Charles W. Mayo and E. international front once more as a gold reserve, with Rumanian wheat He who lays unkind hands, or untrue "Accident Facts," a statistical -

G. Wakefield, Mayo Clinic, tell us direct aftermath of Germany's and oil, the Reich is strong in all accusation upon God's children had review of 1937, the council

that "the cure of these disturbancesof Czechoslovakian seizure. Huge, ways. best beware, for so closely is our said: "Many pedestrians show'utter -
the lower bowel (not due to or- mysterious, of unknown strength, Lord identified with His that
For Russia, today's situation is people lack of caution in their use of
ganic disease) is not by a rearrange- the blundering ''nation whose army more dangerous than last autumn's. when they suffer, He bears the hurt. streets and highways. Combined

ment of the diet but in attempts to collapsed amidst its last European With 'Poland nipped out, the Reich In a single sentence the Lord disposes state reports for 1937 show that in
control the social conditions
causing would control the Soviet's entire of the persecuting zeal aqd 67 per cent of all fatal pedestrian
them. To rid of these disorders
get western frontier, gradually eating the sinful skepticism of this proud accidents the, pedestrian either
s the defects in education, morality, E into the borderlands by undercover young Pharisee, and Saul enters was violating' traffic law or was f

religion and even physical" heredity penetration. It was not unexpected, into Damascus not as the haughty acting in an obviously unsafe man- '
have to be corrected.
therefore, that Russia should follow persecutor, but as a man trembling ner. In non-fatal accidents pedes-
In other words these disturbancesof
Britain and France in protesting the and astonished at his own sin. He trian faults appeared in 69 per

the lower bowel or colon can Czech grab, becoming even more spends three days shut' in with his cent of the cases."

only be corrected when these individuals I alarmed, over Rumania's economic own soul and God, not seeing, not The council described such

recognize that they have collapse. Since the U. S. has also caring to eat, losing all conscious. things as jay-walking, failure to
not themselves
adjusted properly to protested by diplomatic note and im' ness of earth, but entering into communion 'observe traffic lights, drunken
their circumstances and to life.
position of an additional'25 per cent with .God. By God's grace walking, walking with instead of

tariff on German imports, the red the old life 'is pulled up' by the against traffic on rural .highways,

Foot Defects Should bearded Soviet finds itself nolonger roots "as it is displaced by the new crossing streets in the middle of a
Receive Prompt Care isolated but drawn into virtual dip- life in Christ Jesus. block as "pedestrian. faults."

lomatic comradeship with three HI. An Obedient Disciple ( 10-
One of the helpful things that was vv. '
learned during the examination of 12)).
recruits for overseas service was East. 'Russo'J: ap conflict dates in Ananias "as. the "1 am he eLord" ,
modern to the war which C'ONSTIPATED ?
of ,Christian to' whom
the importance of having normal type ,
'ended with the treaty'of Portsmouthin
feet-free from and discom- the Lord can confidently commit
pain 1905. Since then ambitious Japan'has Don't Let Gas Herve Pressure
business. All]
fort. One may have brains and am- His important we ,
bition, but to be unable to be about jumped to the'Manchukuo Asiatic mainlandand and know of him is: what is containedin ,Keep You MiserableWhen

among others because of painful penetrated this chapter, but it is a very
constipated two thing
Mongolia, both of which front on you are
feet not only interferes with busi- beautiful and enviable record. Godis happen. FIRST: Accumulated wastes swell
Russian Siberia. For at least .six the bowels and press on nerves in the digestive
able work human up
to directly on
ness and social but the any -
progress con- head-
-- This cause
years this clash of ,interests has occasioned tract. nerve pressure
stant nagging of the nerves affects soul and accomplish His end aches, a dull lazy feeling, bilious spells low
CAROL AND GEORGEBritain's spasmodic border tussles, of appetite,and diirineas. SECOND: Partly
the ( He did with Saul on the Damascus -
general.health and happiness of ,most,of which,went unreported until as digested food starts to decay forming GAS
the individual.As ,foresight was short. Road), but His usual manner:of bringing on BOUT stomach,'acid indIgestion.
last summer's Chankufeng hill inci: and heartburn bloating you up until you
is faithful
most of these were young men venture during the World war, is dent. The simple fact is that slow- working through sometimes gasp for breath. Then you can't
who agencies. One'wonders how much eat. You can't deep. Your stomach is tour. t
were presenting themselves for
threatened on east and west: 'moving, 'stubborn Russians always You feel tired out, grouchy. and miserable.
service, it can be seen that their West.Czechoslovakia's fall brought were and always will be at odds would be accomplished for God;, if Adlerika gives you the DOUBLE ACTION t
foot defects Christian were as willing and you need. This efficient carminative
were not due to any Hitler part way to the Ukraine but with self-righteous Japan. every ; that awful GAS almost at once II
heavy work that was being placed ready as was Ananias to do the usually clears the bowels in less than tar
alien soil still stood Last December 31 the
barrier. To
as a fishing
hour No waiting for overnight relief.
them but Lord's bidding in seeking out and
upon because little children -
as cross the Russian frontier German rights Japan has enjoyed in Siberian Sold at all drug stmuji2a
and later helping a struggling soul. The
as growing boys in
troops must pass through either Ru- waters since 1905 expired. Russia -I
their 'teens greatest of all Christian, leaders, the
proper was mania or Poland. The latter na refused to renew them and Tokyo
not provided by their loving but tion's hostility to the Reich has in- now plans to send its huge floating apostle Paul" was led fcut into .his

thoughtless parents; the narrow"trim" creased since Prague's collapse be- canneries into Russian waters dur- life of loyalty and servicfe to Christ ; ;; :
humble layman. RepeatedlyGod's
shoe for growing boys and by a
cause Warsaw had good reason to ing early :April, protected by war-
girls did not allow the width Word by precept anc} exam-
proper the crisis r
fear Germany might annex the Free ships. As approaches, both ..
the vital importance of .
for the stresses
growing feet. City of Danzig and close the corridor governments are rushing troops to ple .; /k1f v
In work on the part 6f lay
writing the personal
on subject "Fitting
which is Poland's only outlet to the the frontier. "
the Feet for Life," Beulah France I men and women. <
Baltic or any other sea. Moreover, Significance..European and Asiatic
in A Converted Brother (w'l 17- .
Hygeia states
: _
agitation for German annexation ofLithuania's crises are related, insofar as, (1) Japan 1rfi .
BusinessMen 19). ::..
Guilty. :
seaboard town of Me- and Germany have a virtual '
"Nor are 'teen age youngsters the The fears of Ananias that Saul Any kind-for friers
mel, and for possible creation of a military alliance, and (2) Russia is
only ones who are guilty of foot in- protectorate over Lithuania itself involved in both disputes. Moreover might still be a worker of evil (v. or high egg bred-'
60 Ga. U. S. Approved, pullonim
discretions. While 13) soon overcome by Goq's
college girls and would leave Poland surrounded on Jap aggression the past year has followed tested. 100,000 weekly. Reds, Rocks,
boys show sense about shoes as a three sides by Germany. amazingly close behind Euro- assurance that in the praying. Said" Orpingtons, Hampshlres, Giants Leghorns -

rule, graduates who enter business Discarding Poland as a path to the pean dictator coups, as when Can- He had prepared for. Himself ,a MInorcas. AA, AAA. Super A
leave foot fitness behind them. Menas chosen vessel" (v.' 15) to, bear ,the grades.Light and heavy assorted.write
Ukraine, Hitler has turned to Ru- ton was captured after Munich, and details that
for on livability guarantee
well as women suffer all gospel to the Gentiles and to kings
mania which not Hainan island
only offers a corri- was occupied after protects you. We have the breeding
needlessly from hammertoes, cal dor to Russia but many,choice spoils Barcelona fell. Thus -JapItaloGerman as well as?:to, Israel.. -equipment and experience to produce
louses, corns, bunions and ingrowing besides. The groundwork for this parallel action has...already It interesting to;..observe thatSaul '' champion chicks. Oldest hatchery In .'
toenails due 'to ill fitting shoes. It coup was laid last November after ',been, evidenced. With huge: .knew :nothing of that, subtle: Write Georgia. and first In state to bloodtest.

is difficult to understand why a King Carol, fearing Naziism, madea Russia emerging as the unexpectedfocal hypocrisy known as being "a secret today.
woman is willing to ruin her pos- believer," for at once he made open
Lon- tense
desperate bargaining trip to point, today's situation
ture, her gait, her facial expressionand don in search of BritishFrenchtrade encircles the world, involving more confession of his faith in baptism, BLUE RIBBON HATCHERY

her outlook on life by wearing support. Though wined and nations than any period since the, "straightway he'preached Christin 215 Fonyth, St. S. W.. Atlanta, Ga. J I It

uncomfortable shoes. dined by King George (see photo) World war's heyday. the synagogues' that he is' the.
Copyright.-WNU Service. .. Son of God'? (v. 20).

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.1 i \s Oldest U. S. Sunrise 'CeremonyStill I DIZZY DRAMAS-Now'- Playing-"SWEET JENNIE" 'By Joe Bowers I

l Greets Easter MorningThis ; 5p _- ouR BO'{ FRIEND\ PROPOSED / ON HISKNEES ?

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... nUw..,', "V' flS S+'MS tlN+M iI1Nt!!NN'' YOa This Easter morning, B. J. 1tf
Pfohl' (left) leads for the fifty. 'b rHAT'S J Q .V.F

= a hv ,first year a band which has
t + played at Winston-Salem/ C.,

every Easter morning for more

j 1 than 175 years. The strangest

,>11 I .. band in the world, possibly the
r 1: J largest, this group draws' from WELL COME TO THINK ? WHERE I WAS

1 .L, : t \a' 300 to 400 players for its once- OF IT-- (---
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I Houston ,Goudiss Discusses Beverages of Various reduce the.: consumption of 'milk
which is so important to their nutritional
i ,*:'- Kinds; Explains Their. Role in the Diet welfare.Guard"Ag'ainst.

I'I .
I .. StalenessThe
I I fI By C. HOUSTON GOUDISS subject of coffee has been

,. I, and drink are inseparably linked in any considera- investigated from many angles by
FOOD competent. scientists, whose findings -
i ii ii'f
i of the nutritional needs of ,man. It is, therefore, in should be of interest to home-

response to a fundamental need: that we include some kind of makers.The flavor and aroma of

beverage in every meal, no matter how simple or how elaborate coffee are derived chiefly from a
: 'i the food be. For. contain volatile oil, which is developed
: :. ::, may primarily, beverages
I i 1. "i _HY ,"",= .. ". nn ""..... wm:: : TO ""'> '..vxSnrxwNw.wwwwksN&o n <... .."". <:'":":;' water which is as necessary to the human body as air. during has the been roasting established process.that this Butit

5 ;: Salem's band was founded by Moravian settlers from Germanybut Approximately two-thirds of the is of water.' coffee to air. More-
I body composed ence; and they are so easily upon exposure
this Easier it awakens not a village but a city of 95,000. Above pre-
the its rehearsal at the old It is ,found in the muscles, in pared, that children may do the over, each pound of coffee ,con-
photo shows group assembling for Home tains about two
themselves. .ounces of fixed oil
j Moravian church. Mr. Pfohl estimates he has inducted about 4,000 the brain tissue, in the various mixing which may become' rancid in the

I members into the band during his more than 50 years experience. organs such as liver and kid- Stimulating Beverages 1 presence of air. These changesoccur

neys, and even in the bones. The stimulating beverages are whether the'coffee is groundor .

I t:1: Every cell in the body is dependent -- coffee, tea, chocolate and cocoa. in the bean.
.j : upon water for its When made with milk, chocolateand Since stale, flavorless coffee
cocoa are rich in nutritive .may have an adverse effect upon
f::1 proper functioning. values, though their fuel value varies appetite, it is important to buy a
1 ir:1 Body's Need for Liquids with the product used. Choco- product that is protected againstthe
1I I This precious fluid acts as a solvent late is much richer in fat than air, or to choose one that is
of food materials and makes cocoa, and products labeled freshly roasted. The bomemaker
possible their digestion "breakfast cocoa" usually containa should also buy coffee in small
and absorp- larger percentage of the natural quantities so that it can be used
tion. Since it is an cocoa fat than products simply labeled up quickly once it is opened. After
essential constituent "cocoa." the coffee has been made, there

I of the blood, it The food value of coffee and tea may' be a further escape of its
helps to transport depends 'entirely upon the creamor I flavor and fragrance with both
nutrients to every milk, and sugar with which' heat and steam. That is why cof
( cell-this function they are served. However, they fee.should not be allowed to stand,

yS.y. ..' v'YS'd : rJr ,about 10 pounds of dietary because their flavor and is. made,. and why it should not

K' -:; water in constant aroma add greatly to the ,enjoyment be reheated.
1 circulation. Finally of other foods and they givea Tea also deteriorates' when it is
, 1 Touring the city in busses and' ti it helps to eliminate comfortable feeling of well- stored for long periods. It should
'\\1 [ playing under streetlights, the A4g 9+y waste prod- being. therefore be bought in small quan-

.': I band awakens Salemites each ucts from the body through the The stimulating principle in tities and. kept in air-tight con

: Easter in. a traditional ceremony lungs, skin and kidneys.The these beverages is known as caf- tainers. -

i that has gone unbroken through ;:, daily losses of water from fein in coffee, and thein in tea. Questions Answered
the body must be replaced
r fr regu-
x r Doctors forbid
coffee becauseof
; the Later bandsmen to may
years. go
larly or the consequences may .be
i the old Belo home where ladies yg : extremely serious to health. It some abnormality in health Mrs.-. F. A.-Numerous investigations -
which makes stimulant unde-
of the Moravian church have a has been shown that headaches, sirable. But authori- with children indicate

: hot breakfast ready for them. nervousness and indigestion may ties hold that competent the effects of the that there is a definite connection

I r Then they proceed to God's acre, result when the intake of fluids is moderate use of coffee by normal between bodily well-being and
the Moravian cemetery, to lead diminished below normal require- individuals be disregarded. mental ability. A child with poor
I : may
t i ments. appetite and digestion may exhibit
the ancient sunrise servi
I e.' Right: Neither coffee nor tea, however,
t The Moravian band them Beverages ClassifiedThe poor powers of concentration, list-
starts should be given to children. First,
lessness or irritability all of
i :, young. This lad began in Pfohl's I II I quantity of water needed by because they do not need stimu- which interfere with,the ;ability to
1 I Sunday school band classes, as II each person varies with the di- lants, and second, because'the use: learn. -
I and with the of the of these will
{ have many Salem musicians. etary season beverages tend to -WNU-C. Houston Goudiss-1939-53.
.j year, much larger amounts being
required when the temperature is
I.' !I I, high. But it is generally agreed

t, I that everyone should consume sev- By I

I ,I I II II eral glasses of water daily, in ad- HOW SEW RUTH V YETH
dition ,to the water obtained from SPEARSwww
I foods, chiefly fruits and vegeta-
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.1.1I bles. Part of the need iSmetbymilk
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tor. Book 2-Gifts Novelties and
and by coffee, tea, cocoa, ,
fruit juices and various other USE'ROD CURTAIN THATEXTENDS I I'' I j, Embroidery, is also full of practical -
fruit-flavored drinks which add BEYOND money' saving ideas that will
pleasure to mealtime, 'serve as THE SIDES OF THE ,'r I help you with your Spring and
Books 25
Summer sewing. are
wholesome, between-meal pick- SEW CURTAINS I
me-ups, and provide a gracious TO RINGS cents each; if you order both
method of extending hospitality: to books, leaflet'on how to make Rag
guests. Rugs is included 'FREE; Address,
J .Mrs. Spears, 210 S. Desplaines St.fr
Ji i Aside from, milk, which belongsin
\ a classification by itself, and ir Chicago, Ill.NANDY %
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fruit juices which are consumed
t chiefly for their minerals and vita- / Kerne ll4e4. JARS jM .
mins, beverages fall into two 5* (

I I'' groups which overlap somewhat: OrtOlliNE 10 AND*
; those that are refreshing and those SNOW-WHITE PETROLEUM JELLY
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: that ,are stimulating. "I NEED some help, my I
( friend's' voice said over the Lure of a Secret
I II Refreshing BeveragesThe telephone. "The living room dra- Things forbidden have a secret
refreshing beverages in- peries are finished. I am bursting charm.-Tacitus. :
clude fruit juices fruitades and
I with pride over them, but I don't
I carbonated drinks, such gingerale
for the
know how to hang the ones
and sarsaparilla. They are effective French doors."

in quenching thirst and "Yes, I want to cover the door To Correct ConstipationDon't
Above: The democracy of the their appetizing flavors encouragethe frame at the sides, but I can't cov-
i dead. In Winston.Salem"the Mo drinking of generous amountsof er much of the door because it Get It!
I ravians water. They also contribute and shut without inter-
: permit no ostentatious must open
energy values to the diet in pro- I did
marks upon their graves. This fering with the draperies. Why let yourself In for all the
portion to the amount of sweeten-
curtain rod for the door
Easter want the
of constipationandthen
includes discomfort
morning scene
ing used in their preparation.Fruit .
section God's to match the ones at the windowstoo. have to take an emergency
a of acre, showing
juices are most frequently
." medicine-if you can avoid both
how each member of the pone served as an appetizer at break- by getting at the cause of the
gregalion has a grave marked; fast, lunch or dinner. Fruitadesare The sketch shows you exactly trouble?
with simple uniformity. The useful as between-meal drinks how it was done. The curtain rod If your difficulty, like that of
was placed on hooks near the top millions. Is due to lack of "bulk"In
dead buried entertaining. Children
are in plots, accord. of the door frame and extended a the diet, the "better way"is to
A:4'i ing to age, sex and ivhet/ier mar like to display their hospitality to good 7 inches over the wall 'at eat Kellogg's All-Bran. This
I ried or not. There are not "Jam. friends. and this type of beverage, each side of the doors. The cur- crunchy toasted cereal-a natural -
and served with a' few crackers or food,not a medicine-has just
ily plots" no distinctions'of simple cookies, makes an attrac- tains were sewed to rings. When the"bulk"you need.If you eat it
any description. Left: Oldest tive snack. they were in place, they covered every day,it will help you not roly
member of the nU siciunsJor.a.day Mothers will find it convenientand both the hooks 'and the sides of to get regular but to keep tegu
doorframe and allowed the lar, month after month, by the
citizens' band is H. E. Pusey, economical to utilize for this the ,
80, who never plays at any time purpose beverage crystals which doors to be opened. pleasantest Eat All-Bran means daily you,drink ever plenty knew I .
except for Bandmaster Pfohl come in a variety of fruit flavors. NOTE: These curtains were of water,and"Join the Regulars."
at the traditional Easter sunrise These make wholesome, refresh- lined and had a pleated heading. Made by Kellogg's in Battle
minimum They were made from the step-by- Creek.Sold by every grocer.'I' '. -.. .,
ing at
service at God's But he beverages a cost; ;
acre. I _. .. .
in Mrs. Book
sketches Spear:
..-..... -._ f n akes-" acuLnucsic.-'L----. w the determined alo.nL2 by! sweetening individual! may prefer be.. 'if step SEWING: for the Home Decora-

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to a reduction in the duty on Cuban FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH ry of Christ into Jerusalem the Sun- ,urday.
The sugar, while, at the same time, COI'nel''cntm'a and Central Avenue day before He died on the cross, Holy Saturday at noon Lent ends. 1
every other area inside the tariff "The Friendly Church" [Until noon, no flesh meat can be !
when the people stood by the wayside -
Friday In ClewiBton,, wall raised strenuous objections to Marshall Mines, Pastor. saten. But after the noon hour the
Published every
Florida, by the CLBWISTON NEWS,,, any reduction in such duty. This and spread palm branches in Lenten Feast and Abstinence officially '

Inc attitude of Florida producers, coup- Services every Sunday: Hist': path. ends.

led with the payment of the highest I Sunday School, 9:45 a. m., B. Tie'/ special Mass of Palm! Sunday Easter Sunday will be marked by

KEATJILKY DOWDENV Editor wages of any area supplying E. Herring, Supt. will be read by Father Flynn. During the joyous Mass of ,the Resurrec- I,
the American market, is definite Morning Worship 1100. Ser ; this :Mass the history of the tion. The sermon title is "The Risen -

Entered as second class mail matter proof that Florida is the most: efficient mon by the Pastor. Passion is read by the priest In the Saviour."
February I, 1927, at the Post Office iClewiston. producing area. V. C. Latin language while a member of
B. Y. P.. U. 7:00 p. m.,
Florida, under the Act ot
If was 'a surplus Woodward, Director. the congregation, reads it in English.
March 3, 1897.Subscription sugar crop BOY SCOUT NEWS
-- there might be some sense in cur- I Evening Preaching 8:00 p. m., Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday

Per Year. tailing its production, but we mint: Sermon by the Pastor. mornings special Masses are read
Rate $2.00
o'clock.Hply .
import seventy-five percent of the I Midweek Service every Wednesday Seven-thirty i (By Dick Owen, Scribe)
Advertising Rntes On Application. sugar we consume. Only one pound evening at 8:00 p. m. Thursday: the day on which

of sugar out of every four consumed -' The public is cordially invited to Christ instituted the Blessed Eu- Tuesday night the first Court t

Devoted to the advancement and welfare in this country is pioduced in I attend all our services. charjst at the Last Supper, is marked of Honor under our new scoutmaster :
of Clewiston and Hendry County. the States. We arc constantly reminded | I bta beautiful ritual. The pastor was held. Mr. Gaskin from Bra-

that private enterprise must I'ahn Sunday will sing Mass at seven-thirty in denton, presided. Mr. Beardsley,
do something about relieving unem the morning, and after :Mass the Mr. Lawrence and Mr. Owen were
SUGARTALTS: ployment. Here, in the heart of the I This Sunday marks the beginning Blessed Sacrament will be carriedto members of the court.

h Everglades, are hundreds of capable of the Easter season in the another part of the church I Ed VonMach passed first class 1
Beginning In issue of the farmers:: willing and anxious to relieve -,I Baptist church and the pastor is building to be kept there until after and received his badge from :Mr.

News, Clarence R. Bitting, presi- the unemployment situation I) linsinj a special, series of sermonson Good Friday. The altar is then Beards\ey. Carlton Prevatt, Bill

dent of the United States Sugar through the production of a non- "Chnst Our King". The first of stripped of all l its decorations and Davis, Jim Holland, Bobby Broad-

Corporation, brings to our readersa surplus necessity of life. Fully one | the'series, to be' brought Sunday the tabernacle door is left open foot, Hervey Bourne and Dick Ow-

series of timely articles dealing hundred thousand heads of fawi1- i morning "Enter The King". The i to remind the faithful of the sad en passed second-class. ,Mr. Ford
with sugar production in the Ever ies could be furnished second in the series, to be brought i event which is about to take placeon presented their badges.

glades and the relation of the ing, self-respecting, self-suJl'ort-1 Sunday night, is "Heralds Of The Good Friday. Good Friday morn- Those passing tenderfoot tests' t
sugar industry to the economic sit- King". Other sermons in the seriesto ing ;the Mass of the Presanctifiedis
an American standard of living, I were Guy and Dick Elkins, Sonny
uation. follow are: Easter Sunday, April read and after this Mass the
dead limitation and
the hand of rc- i Vaughn, Barnard Leiter, Phillip
No one has studied: the situation striction was removed_ from sugar 9, 11:00,. "The King Is :Dead; 'Long faithful approach the altar to kiss! McLeod, Her ry Chapman, Elbert

from all angles and is better ableto production .in the Everglades. Live The, King";" 8:00), ServantsOf the 'cross, the' symbol of man's redemption i Hooker, Robert Hodges, Lawrence
The King"; King's: Sunday, the crucified Christ.
discuss the sugar industry than I by Guthrie, Oliver Martinez, Billy
Mr. Bitting and we feel, that if ." April 16, 11:00, "Crusaders For Friday evening at eight o'clock Perry, Billy Prewitt and possibly

of everyone these into articles whose falls hands, will a copy read -Jllili1rillIII! !! !iIIWlllmlmm! II!!!II! II! II lmmmlimlmlilIlimmmm!![!! !! :! i The Done;King"Let's; Do 8:00 It", ."It'Attend Ca 1't every Be the the Cross ceremony, recalling of the to Stations our mindsthe ':of others Thursday whose evening names,I after failed the to get opening -

and heed the message that it will ..z WITH THE one of these services. I various steps in the sufferings ceremony, the Scouts went

gofar- toward a better under- and death of Christ, will take place, out-doors to enjoy some outdoor p

standing of our problem and ''result ;: Churches The Sunbeam Band, for children after 'which a special sermon will games before getting down to work

in an expansion 'of the sugar :' from three to nine years qld, will be preached by Father Flynn. The for the next three weeks for the

industry in the Everglades. L imilllillilmlii. meet on Monday afternoon at 3:30at title of the sermon is "The Victory monthly Court of Honor. Many will
I JI IiII!CCiiI; !! II HVLCOMMUNITY! !! !! :!lil61'iIllif'! !if !! the church. This group, spon- of the Cross." go on to second-class and many

SUGAR ACT AMENDMENTLast : CHUHCH sored by the W. M. S.;' is under Holy Saturday the pastor reads merit badge awards will be presented -
Royal Palm Avenue the leadership of Mrsv R. J. Blount the prophecies, blesses the Paschal for I believe that the' monthof
with Miss Elsie Lammons as as- Candle and Easter Water then
week, Senators Ellender Forest C. Taylor Minister April will outdo all previous
sistant. Mrs. M. A. 'Thomas, the reads the special Mass of S'at-
(Louisiana) and Adams (Colorado) I months in' progress in all ways..
young people's leader for theV..
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introduced a bill to amend the
Next Sunday is Palm Sunday and M. S. has been helping with the I
Sugar Act of 1937. This proposed
the sermon by the minister and ,the work. All children are, 'in lted. ,
amendment has now:. gone to the j
special music by the choir ,will be Choir practice will be held on '''
House, of Representatives for cOnsideratlon. -
in keeping ,with that important date Tuesday evening at 8:00. All members I
This proposed, amend- I HO
in the calendar of the Christian please attend. '
ment, while a step in the.right' direction (
year. Mid-Week Service 4s
is far from satisfactory to O O
The musical program is as follows The mid-week service this week,
those who desire to grow sugar im.
: : Wednesday evening at 800, will be
Florida for their fellow Americans.
The Palms-solo: by Robert N. conducted' by J. J. Graham. Last '
Senator Andrews stated po- LLsc5 J>
week's service well attended
Smith. was
sition during debate on the Ellen- ; -
der-Adams bill, when he stated that Calvary Paul Rodney choir and we feel sure that many of you

after millions of dollars 'had, been and solo by F. M. Wright. will be glad to hear these laymen .

spent to make the Everglades available Consider And Hear Me-choir] that are leading our mid-week service. '
Let's give Mr. Graham a fine ( I
for sugar culture, and despitethe and solos by R. N. Smith and J. ) I I IV I
highest wages of any area sup- E. Beardsley.The crowd this week.

plying the American market Flor- -. ,, \ .
public is very cordially invited .. Pa4eo Into oblivion
ida, even under the Ellender-Adams HOLY WEEK SCHEDULE AT r. ,
to join in the worship at ;
bill not to fill I 'ST. MARGARET'S CHURCH
was even permitted eleven, o'clock next Sunday. ft
her own sugar bowl. F' Our Direct-Reduction Home
Sunday school at 9:15, B. C. With
If the Everglades was a high-
The elaborate and impressive
Flaniken, superintendent.
cost, low-wage, inefficient area, and ceremonies of Holy Week will be ESt Loan Plan, each monthly payment

thus similar to areas now guaranteed eleven.Morning worship and sermon at observed in Saint Margaret's Catholic r0 oN r r r INIE,Lp cancels a portion of the loan. That
over two-thirds of the Am- '
Church Palm
beginning Sundayand "
erican market, there might be some Christian Endeavor meeting Sun- terminating Easter Sunday.Rev. t" M1M part is gone-- you pay no interest
logic in limiting sugar production day evening at 6:30. Miss Florence. Lawrence_ J. Flynn," pastor of I :. on i it;and you are that.much nearer -
in Florida. Speaking' before Congressional -' Graham, president.
St. Margaret's has extended a very $ ,debt-free home ownership. Ask
Committees, Florida sug- Junior Endeavor Monday after cordial invitation to the "members I I I R

ar producers have objected to increasing noon at :3:30.; of the community, regardless of I I' Pu and you'shall receive further good

the cost to consumers" of creed, to attend any or all' of these news'abou our home loan plan.j .
such a vital necessity of life. as On Good Friday services at eight sacred ceremonies dealing with the' ," f

sugar; they have objected to legalized o'clock in the evening will consistof suffering: death, and resurrectionof }

raids on the public treas- the Easter cantata, "The Crucifixion Jesus Christ our divine: Saviour.On .

ury: br'continental: and offshore, ," by John Stainer, which will Palm Sunday morning at

domestic and foreign sugar produc- be presented by the choir under the : 8:00 the blessing of palms will Clewiston Federal Savingsand

ing interests. Early this year, be- direction of J. E. Beardsley. Solo : take place. Afterwards the palms

fore the Committee on Reciprocity parts will be taken by A. W. Dodge, are distributed to the members of

Information, Florida sugar producers F. M. Wright, R. N. Smith andJ. 'I the congregation. This ceremony Loan Association
stated that they I
did not object I E. Beardsley. commemorates the Triumphal Ent-

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I j r.. : '!j\'./f -J c- ._.._.........._...................... ................................ .. ..K"H"H"PERSONAL ....,. .....".:w'J.OiI"--................................;:...:. I W. M. Broaderick--- Mrs. 'I' er, Patsy. Meredith, Barbara Bruce, C L. Clark, who 'were guests of ;'
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: \ 'i'_ :.t.r : Cornette, Airs Glen Grace Ward, Mary Lousie Thomas, Mr. and Mrs.,. A. O. Ward. 'I'
I I; :: John Elmore :Mrs. I. R. Emma Jane Ezelle Clare Jones, i

Mrs. H. L. Davis, Mrs' E.: L. Margie McCrackcn, Anne Prowl CLEO SCOTT CELEBRATES
': i and SOCIETY Mrs. Floyd Hanna, Mrs. and ;Shirley Owen. BIRTHDAY WITH 1'AKTYClco I''i

her Miss Marge Hood, Mrs. -- :,

A..s.Ii Mines, Mrs' C. Nelson, Mrs. COA; D11SS A R Y EM1'LOYEIS Scott celebrated her ylcventh I
I Nowling, Mrs. C. W. ::; birthdawith !
's. ENJOY a party
RAKBKCUE yesterday -
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; C. E. Nail returned this week j- Mr. and Mrs. M. W.. .B.i ; were: Hodges Mrs. G., Mrs.E. Wenzloff Alex Mrs. I A large group from Clewiston and Bowes Francisco Apartments. A Major :S

,from a business trip to Nassau. Sunday visitors in Palm Beach. I C. 'V. Nall, Mrs. V. C. \ Azucar attended, a barbecue givenat entertainment program, with impromptu
by each fea-
Arcadia Sunday by John II. guest
-j I Mrs. H. E. Walker, Mrs. tured ,the afternoon. Esther Brewer
Rev. and Mrs. Forest C. Taylor Turner for employees of the Commissary -
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Wilson spent
Embry, Mrs. J. H.:
in Haven I and Eddie Musgrave received prizes
were Moore Sunday evening Department of the United ? -
,i Sunday in Fort Myers. rt where Mr. Taylor occupiedthe I Paul Bussey Mrs. James States Sugar Corporation, .employees for the best performances.
of the Methodist and Mrs. S. P. Slonaker. Cake punch and apples, for
' pulpit church, of the Turner Produce company -
t t : Miss Carol Harris spent the relieving the pastor: Rev. E. Davis ,and their families. which the children bobbed, were
'o) week-end in Arcadia. '
Conway! who had been CARLTON HOSTESSTO served.
r indisposedfor I I The bountiful barbecue dinner
several days. WEEKLY BRIDGE;; Invited were Nora Oglesliy Emily
Ball of Sarasota. spent
Stephen was served at a picnic grounds near l
1,1, the week-end here with Mrs. Ball. I I. Arcadia. In the afternoon the cn- Joyce Bullcn, Doris Simmons,
Mrs. A. C.
was Jean Augur Ogie Arnette, Billio
I ---- Mrs. Lawrence La Fran, Foley, lire group attended the baseball
1 M. M. Prewitt and C. E. Miner Alabama, .spent several days hero to members of the weekly' I game between the Louisville Colonels Arnette, Bob and, Bill Majnard,
I spent several days this week in this week visiting Mrs. C. H. Berner. club at her home on I! and the Indianapolis Indiansas Eloise Welch Mamie Trice Grant

West ''Palm Beach on business. Mrs. Berner. Mrs. R. M. Hare, afternoon. Mis. F. ; guests of Mr. Turner. The Louis- Brewer ,Jo Ann Walker, Mtmie
high score and received a Johnson, Betty Stough, Louise
jr., and Ronald Hare, accompaniedMrs. ville team, which has training
set, consisting of apron, 1> loath, Alma Anglin, Esther Brewer
J. D. Elliott spent the week-end Fran .to West Palm Beach quarters at Arcadia, lost to the -
i in Lakeland with his,, family. yesterday, where the viistor will and rack. Novelty vases, low Indianapolis visitors 14-7. Jack Lewis, Joyce Lewis. Ed-
I went to Mrs. R. C. Nowling. ward nicks, -James Ricks Billy
j few
spend a days before returning .
r I Easter tallies and Guests from Clewiston included Prewitt, Curtis Pullen, Elman Warren -
Mr. and Mrs. Jones Bryant spent home. -
were used and. delightful Mr. and Mrs. A.,,J. Richaud, Misses Richard
Sunday visiting friends in Boca Griffin, Bobby Taylor,
I course was served to Mrs. Leah and Gladys Richaud, Mr and Eddie Musgrave, Christine: Espen-
Grande.B. Mrs. R. L.. Merritt who has spent Elmore, Mrs. V. C. \ ( Mrs. P. M. 'Mclntyre, Mr. and Mrs.R. laub and June Espenlaub.

the winter here with 'her daughter R. M. Hare, jr.., Mrs. G. E. B. McCullum, Jack Kinsey, Mar-
H. Phillips of 'West Palm I :Mrs V. C. Woodward, is leaving ton, Mrs. A. C. ,Wells< Mrs tin Oliver, Mr. and Mrs. J. M -

3each was a business. visitor in Sunday :for her ,horn "1n Sparta, rence and Mrs. Nowling. Davis, Miss Florine Moore: Mi53;
Clewiston Wednesday.Mrs.
I Georgia. Ms. Woodward will accompany Ruth Knight, Oscar Smith, jr., Mr. ra

j F. D. Hessey of Jackson- her mother for a visit and MRS. EZELLE WINS HIGH and Mrs. A. O. Ward Grace Ward

1; ville is expected to arrive tomorrow II Mr. Woodward :will drive them to I PRIZE AT BRIDGE "'BD Mr. and Mrs. J.V..: Francis, Edwin .

I for a visit with her daughter Mrs.G. West Palm Beach_ to board the I Ward, Miss Hazel Prince A. E.

p .., T.: ''Augur and family. i! train. Mrs. J. W. Ezelle was Oliver, E.. M. McCoy, Miss Tillie
T Geiger Mr. and 1'lrs.V.. L. iP t
chop plate
Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Beery and ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCEDDr. as high score jr., Miss Mary Marke-tte, T. Z. Mar-

I Mr. and Mrs. A. P:- Beery spent -----.s the afternoon bridge club kette, Roy '\.(lldron, .Thomas Wald- ..-
met on Wednesday with Mrs.
; Sunday in Bokeelia' on a fishing and Mrs Charles E. Congdon, ley Bowden as hostess A Del'n'I ron. and from Azucar were, Mr. and

1 trip. II r.''of Alva Fla., wish to: announce the sugar set went to Mrs. H. R Mrs. G. T. Echols. J. D. Wilson, J. M COUSE
Clyde Alexander Jimmy Brannon
I engagement of their 'daughter. Miss ,
I for low and
a pottery
Mr. and ,'Mrs. Roy Alston and }I Livonia Congdon, of'; Clewiston to D. Enfinger, Mr. and Mrs. Jud-
Mrs. G. B.
Thom.as for cut
children, Harriet and ,Carol Joy I Mr. Elias H. Holstine of Butler, Strawberry pie ,and coffee Francis, Mr. and Mrs. A. 1). Counselor and Attorney at Lucy

visited relatives in Moore Haven I Penn. The werldnig will take placein served ,by the hostess to Mrs. jr;, Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Hopkins Building vWednesdajs
over the week-end. I May.JOWERSCAXNON. Mr. and Mrs., J. S. Atkins,
Mrs. Hall, Mrs. Thomas, Mrs. "'
'I I IQhnllns...... .. .llf........ Tr... !. A 1....... "r,. from Lakeland, Mr. and Mrs. Saturdays
"' "'01. u" .l"HnuH, :
; ''I.rf Mrs. B. C. Flaniken, Bettye Carol B. Clark, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin
MARRIAGE H. Lanier 9:30 to
1 and Mrs. I. M.
I' Flaniken, 11rs.V.. A. Dodge, Eve- /' IN WAUCHULA SATURDAYThe I and two children and Mrs
, lyn Dodge and J. F. Curry were
visitors Saturday in Fort Myers. MRS. YON ENTERTAINS AT

friends of J. .S. Jowers, local BRIDGE ON WEDNESDAYMrs. ::NNNNNN:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:;.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:-:-:..:.:..:..:.:..:..:..:.:

Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Jones, MarIanne manager of the. Inter-County .:.
Jones and Mrs. "H. V. Bryant Telephone and Telegraph:; Company George A. Yon ::: .:.
will be interested to learn of his
spent Sunday on a trip to Lake a few friends with a

Wales and Bok, Tower. I marriage ,latt Saturday evening to .! her home Wednesday :I: No Argument !
1 Mrs. Ruby; Cannon of Sebring. The blue pottery was

J. S. Gillentine, president of' the I ceremony, was performed in Wau-I Mrs. C. E. Miner who held :

Inter County Telephone and Tele- I chula with County Judge Maddox score and a pretty apron .
officiating. The couple was unat- : :
graph Company of Fort Myers 'wasa Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw- for ?
j tended. prize' '
business visitor here Wednesday. :
I Mrs. Jowers is the daughter of Fruit
salad and
nut bread

,;.ti:; G.. :J. Tolson;, Lakeland, visited .Mr. and Mrs. J._ Lynn of Collins, s wishes were served by Mrs. ::_: .., Desirable Lots Are : "-. ,
1 Ga., and ).rr. Jowers is the ,
of f
J. D. Elliott here on Wednesday.Mr. I ; to Mrs. l'E.. VbnMach,
Tolson is. one of Lakeland'scity 1 Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Jowers of Lamar B. Rackstraiv Mrs G. H.

commissioners. S. C. He has been woi'king MrsE.. T. Hurst, Mrs !! 'Denitely' !i!

.I since 1929 :with the I. T. and T. in Knight, Mrs. C. E. Miner, u
Fort Myers and when the
'I Mr. and Mrs. Elbert L. Stewart local Mary Kettl and Mrs. C. J.
t I are leaving Sunday for Tallahassee :I telephone exchange v.as.taken: over who joined the players for -

I for the session of the legislature. by his company the first of the _i Harder To' Get
: They will be located at the Flor- I year moved here to make his homes RACHEL MINER CEJ BHA1.'J ,

: I idan Hotel. I I Mr. and Mrs. Jowers are residing SIXTH BIRTHDAY FRIDAY' ; .

I in an apartment at the homeof *

E. Bob Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Nowling. Rachel Miner celebrated S
,,1 j Beardsley:, Beardsley her
J. M. Couse and A. W. Sias attend- i I I birthday Friday afternoon
i 1 t ': ed a civic luncheon in connection I MRS. BITTING HONORED party at the home of her } i
; :i! ,. with the Everglades Fair at Pa- I AT INFORMAL_TEA i Mr. and Mrs. C,. E. Miner.
:' hokee Wednesday. Louise Thomas and Carline ...
I < i;. I Mrs. Clarence R. Bitting and were prize winners in two

f Mr. and Mrs. C.E.. Mills and Mrs. Horace Burgeon, who were races enjoyed during the _: Real Estate Hopkins Bldg. i

''r sons, Gene and Solon, joined Mr. I visiting in Clewiston for. 'a few days: Mrs. Miner served ice ."
and Mrs. Solon Crews and Miss 1. were guests at a delightful informal cake, to Eleanor and Corinne ".:.

j. I Alma Crews of Fort Myers in a trip ;I Iat I tea given by Mrs. F. Deane Duff Mach, Jo Ann Crouch, Carline :....:NNN:N:N:NNNNIN:..:..:-:..;.:.':..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:.:...:,.:..:./..:..:.:..:..;..:.1:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:...::.
to Lakeland Sunday. her home Monday afternoon. I

j Mrs. G. T. Augur and daughters MRS McWHORTEK ENTERTAINS S v

' i' ; Jean and
i P Palm week-end Beach visiting while Mr.friends Augur in made West 0.- G. -McWhorter-..-, of' Belle 3 Its value is tradition ":; '; PITS

a business trip to Jacksonville.Mr. Glade entertained a group of ,.
I friends with a luncheon bridge at _

and 11rs.Villiain Lucaa of 1 the Clewiston Inn :yesterday after- STYLE IS MAKING NEWS : -

New York are spending some time noon.
! in Clewiston visiting :Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. McWhorter's guests were J

John Lucaa and Mr. and Mrs. H. Mrs. W. H. Vann Canal Point .
J. B. Scharuberg" Mrs. Thad Whidden Mrs. C. L. : r.c. ;, 1'
"-' 1d
Wilder of Pahokee Mrs: P. '.C.Keesee ". L .v% .
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Mr. and Mrs: A. B. Clark, Mr. Mrs. B.- Lee Hayman, Mrs. _, .. ?. J; t r1lr'
and Mrs. Marvin Clark and child- I R. Y. Creech and Mrs. H. E. Ells- I ': .- 9 ;i3 ,I

, : ren and Mrs. E. L. Clark of Lake- berry of Belle, Glade. .' '_ I Wu-: & : : '" .r
f I .i}; .... .. '<:.
i; : are visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. ,l __ : ..
= =
-= ": '-
I! ;e I Mrs. E. L. Stewart and Miss -=co -;=- xr va,rA

!; ; Ollie Moorman drove to Bushnell Two of the Sunday school classesof

I ; i Monday for their mother, Mrs.: the Community Church enjoyed -

i 'i Moorman, who has spent several a weiner roast on the ,levee Sat-

!1 ., months there with a son. They returned urday afternoon. The children were
' : to Clewiston Tuesday. accompanied. Mrs. Carl
, ; ( Mrs. R. N. Smith and Mrs. H. R.I. I

l L. J l JJ Miss Eunice Meredith and Patsy Knight.
1 wf Meredith left Saturday with Miss Attending were Kim Kolstad

: :. 1 :Meredith's sister Mrs. R. H. Rowan Jimmy Robertson Richard Knight,

: : and Mrs. Clyde Byrd for a Bobby Berner, Vollney Robbins;; Alfred -

visit with them in Jacksonville.land Dodge Bub Mills, Kay Bowden .-

l Charles Miner Rachel Miner, Ford cars have always been built to their own high stand- Tho Dc Luxo Fordor Sedan illustrated -
I Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Herring and Junior McCracken, Margie Mc- ards of basic quality and performance. This year.they also here includes the following
., baby son spent Tuesday evening Cracken, Shirley Owen, Christine "Extra" equipment at no extra
that is to the field.
in LaBelle where they visited Mrs. Espenlaub, Shirley Be'nbow, and bring style new low-price cost: Bumpers and four bumper -

Herring's mother and grandmother Bob Smith. STYLE LEADERSHIP-The luxury'' TRIPLE CUSHIONED COMFORT-New guards Spare wheel, tire and
Mrs: A. B. Hunt and Mrs. J. D. II cars of the low-price field. flexible roll-edge scat cushions, soft tube Cigar lighter Twin air-
Baigrie. WOMAN'S MISSIONARY transverse springs, four hydraulic electric horns Dual windshield
SOCIETY MET TUESDAY" 1 V-TYPE 8-CYLINDER ENGINE-Eight shock'absorbers.. wipers Two sun visors Lock on
smoothness. Small
cylinders give
Jo Hager Lowe, who was operated cylinders give'economy. LOW PRICES-Advertised prices glove compartment ,ClockDeLuxe
/ upon for appendicitis at the Everglades The Woman's Missionary Societymet include many items of desirable steering ,wheel, Rustless
Steel wheel bands Twin tail
Memorial Hospital in Pa- Tuesday afternoon at the quick, straight stops. equipment.
Foot control for headlight
hokee several days returned church for the regular lights
STABILIZED CHASSIS No front end DE LUXEFORD beams with indicator on instru-
the first of the week and is recuperating -I meeting. Mrs.' A. R. Broadfoot was bobbing dipping. Level starts ment panel ENTIRELY NEW bat

.. nicely at the home of his in charge. level stops, level ride. tery-condition indicator.
: parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Lowe Those attending were Mrs. SCIENTIFIC SOUNDPROOFINGNoises V8

in: South .Clewiston i .Broadfoot, Mrs. _R. J. Blount, ,Mrs. hushed for quiet ride SEE YOUR FORD DEALER TODAY'i
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Did You Know

1hfl'Cfl COMES MOMENT SOME facts'-known only to

a schoolboys (as re-

corded on test papers) are

"Etcetera is a sign used to
< make people believe you know

more than you do."

ELINOR MAXWELL "In 'Venice the people go

las.along" the canals in gorgonzo-


man 'puts in writing in the

past before it has taken place
I your Grandfather Cotswell died, Lin was alone, his one .office assistant geous bags. I'm young and strong in the future." }

-1- nie was the only one of us who being Ellen, who had left an hour and willing, as they always say in
had not married, and he naturallyfelt before to do some last-minute advertisements." "A synonym' is a word you
Mary looked about the living room that what money he had shouldgo Christmas shopping. A greenshaded use in place of another when
with mingled emotions of affection "And I can manage the other can't spell the one first
to her. He thought-that since electric bulb shone down upon you you
and despair. Phrony had just com- all the rest of his daughters had his thinning hair and the well- six, said Christopher Cragg, appearing thought of."

pleted the first thorough cleaning it husbands, we would, of course, be thumbed law book over which he suddenly from behind a
and baggage truck. "Why not let me
had undergone in two months, "
: for. "Poor
provided was poring. Daddy, Mary "
the did as clut- take all of them in my car?
not quite
place seem "Dirty trick, I'd say!" sniffed Ma- thought, a quick hard lump filling
tered usual. The woodwork and "And why not?" retorted Jiffy Knit Skirt and
as mie.ul can't see why one daughter her throat, "sitting here in this Mary,
furniture had been polished with should have been singled out. dreary old office the afternoon be- although her heart skipped a beatas
something Aunt Mamie had bought it always so foolishly did when Blouse That's Easy
How did he know Linnie wouldn't. fore Christmas, and reading up on a
from a door-to-door salesman; the later marry some man that'd out- case that was probably tried somewhere she came upon,the young doctor unexpectedly -

windows shone from yesterday's shine the husbands of all the oth- fifty years ago! Well, it's a "Aunt Linnie, this is Large knitting needles and some t

washing; the nap of the Axminster ers? Too bad he didn't set aside a good thing the railroad keeps him on Christopher Cragg. Mrs, Ormsby, Shetland floss make this jiffy knita

"nine-by-twelve" positively stood up tidy for you, Janet." as their local attorney. Heaven Doctor Cragg." delight to.novice or expert. It's

as a result of Phrony's vigorous sum clouded. "Jim knows, his cases of any other sort Five minutes later, James Lor- knitted round and round in stock-

sweeping with the ancient, but still Mrs. Loring's eyes are few and far between.He ing's car, carrying the three wom- inette stitch, beginning at the neck

active, vacuum cleaner. Holly was a very promising young lawyer had glanced up as she entered, his en, was crawling discreetly up John- and working down. Stunning sun
at the time, Mamie. My father
wreaths, tied with rather too narrow burst detail all-around the neck
face lighting with a smile as he saw son Street hill, while Christopher ,
red ribbon, hung at each window, would no reason to believe that-that we how smart she looked in the new fur Cragg's sedan, filled to the roof smart raglan ,sleeves and snug f
while' Aunt Mamie now labored later have to struggle-as we ribbing at neck and wrists all
have had to do." coat she had bought from her own with luggage, followed. sedately in
of bunch of
the a
over arrangement
savings, and the little hat that the rear.
the same leaves for a vase on the "We're having a very nice din-
dipped rakishly over one eye. "How "Where in the world did that
mantel. ner, ,Mrs., Loring went on, trying "
pretty you look, my dear! he exclaimed young giant come from?" Linnie
to avert clash. "I boughta
"The house looks more festive valiantly a
rising from his chair with
Cotswell demanded.: "If only I
than it has for years," Mary remarked lovely roast beef at Haubert's, that old-world courtliness which he were
thirty years'younger I'd fall in love
and Phrony's going to Mrs. Up.ham's ,
happily "Christmas dec- try
extended even to his female chil- with him. He's not Hawkinsvilleman
for Frenchfryingthose
orations certainly help. recipe dren. "It must be getting colder. is he, Jim?"
little hearts of cauliflower.
Aunt Mamie her thin
compressed Your cheeks are almost crimson,
lips. "Not half as much as a good, Mamie's eyes glittered with antic- and your eyes positively sparkle." "He's" not from a Hawkinsville

first class cleaning," she replied. ipation. She was inordinately fond Mary put her gloved hand on his family, Mr. Loring returned, his

.after your mother puts up, year of food, although she was constantly arm. "If my eyes are sparkling, old eyes ahead of him as he piloted his

year, with incompetent helpis telling how little she ate. Evenhearing Daddy, it's because of Aunt Lin- car towards Main street, "buthe's "f
'" chosen to live here. Old Doc- i r 'l
beyond my understanding. Of about a meal was a pJeas- nie's coming-and not the weather ra ,
course, this isn't my house, and it's ure, and now being informed that conditions, although it is getting tor Ehinger died a year ago, you 17: S i .

not up to me to interfere." beef and cauliflower were in store snappier every minute outdoors. know, and this chap happened to I
finish his interneship at the Henrotin
Mary's young shoulders straight- for her, her attention was diverted Hurry, Dad, and close up shop. The
in that
Hospital Chicago just at
ened defiantly. "You know why from the topic oLthe inconvenience train's due now in ten minutes. Good -
caused Linnie Cotswell's and Le- time. Well, he had gone to Har- Pattern No. 6019
Mother puts up with incompetenthelp by heavens, I don't believe you're at
vard with one of the Johnstone boys,
it Mamie. lia Ormsby's visit. all excited over the arrival of
as you call Aunt our
so Johnstone,knowing Doctor Craggwas easy to do and quickly finished.
Phrony's the only maid we can get "Mother, are you going to the prodigal relatives!
l looking for an opening in a The plain knitted skirt, smartly
in Hawkinsville who'll cook for this station with Dad, or shall I?" '
small town, wrote him about the flared, completes the costume. In
big family, and clean, and wash, "You darling. I know Mary linked one arm through herfather's
go, you practice and the office and the lit- pattern 6019 $p\i will find complete
. for five dollars a week." can hardly wait to see Aunt Lin as the train blustered in.
\ tle house Doctor Ehinger had left instructions for making the blouse
Aunt Mamie her father's maiden nie." They were coming! They were com-
without a head. Cragg dashed right shown and a skirt in sizes 16-18
'sister, was getting more and more Five minutes later, Mary was ing! Those creatures from another down to, Hawkinsville and boughtout and 38-40; an illustration of the

on Mary's nerves as the years speeding through the wintry dusk, world! Suddenly, she caught sightof the whole works from Jessie." blouse and of the stitches used;
went on. She had been dependent them through the snow-splattered.
material requirements.To .
on Mother and Daddy's hospitalityfor I .windows of the Pullman. "But, Jim," asked Linnie, "wasn't
Doctor Ehinger's equipment terri- obtain this pattern, send 15
two decades now, yet she eter- Mary pressed reaching
nally found fault with Mrs. Lor- Miss Cotswell as she stepped to the bly antiquated? I can't see how a cents in coins to The Sewing Cir-

ing's housekeeping, criticized the ground. "Aunt Linnie!" she ex doctor just starting off in life could cle, Household Arts Dept., 259 ;..

conduct of,Mary, her eighteenyearold claimed. "Aunt Linnie!" put up with it." West 14th St., New York; N. Y. }

sister Ellen, and their harum- pfSf Linnie Cotswell caught her in a "It was simply incredible," inter- Please write your name, ad-

scarum and adorable little brother, swift, fragrant embrace, kissed her polated Mary. "Chris has thrown dress and pattern number' inly.NERVOUS .

Peter; complained constantly about lightly, then wheeled about to the most of it out, and bought beautiful -

her health, which, as far as the porter. "Are you sure all my bagsare new stuff. Everything is white 1

Lorings could determine, was abouton here?" And, being assured that tile and glistening metal now. It

a par with that of a truck horse; her six, and Lelia's three pieces, of seems he went through the deal ?

continually referred to the purely I pigskin luggage were duly piled to- with Miss Jessie just as a matterof

imaginary she have gether she returned her attentionto will and really he's profit-
men might good Do you feel so nervous you want to scream?
married. In fact, as time had worn Mary. "My dear!" she ex ing by it. All the younger peoplein Are you cross and irritable? Do you scold
Mamie's illusory suitors had be- claimed. "What a lovely town taking their childrento those dearest to you?
on, \ : young are If your nerves are on edge and you feel
come more and more real in Ma- \\ woman you've grown to be! This is him. He gives hypo shots of you need a good general system tonic, try
E. Pinkham's
mie's mind, increasingly ardent in Mary, isn't it? Darling, you were serum to prevent scarlet fever and made Lydia especially women.Vegetable Compound

their affection for her; their words, .i terrible in glasses and dental braces diphtheria and whooping cough- For over 60 years one woman has told an- I

never actually spoken, their deeds the last time I saw you! And Jim! something unheard of in Hawkins- Pinkham's other how to Compound.go"smiling It thru"helps with nature reliable build y

never actually committed, more and Dear old Jim, how nice it is to see ville until he came." up more physical resistance and thus helps

more colorful and graphic in her you! And, of course, you know this "Even so," Linnie Cotswell said calm quivering annoying nerves symptoms and lessen which discomfortsfrom often ac-

frequent recitals of them. is Lelia!" meditatively, "he can't expect to company female functional disorders.
Why not give it a chance to help YOU?
Mrs. Loring, always eager to .Ix/.ofi Lelia, one lovely blue eye almost make a fortune in a town of this Over one million women have written in
avert unpleasant feeling, eternally obscured from view'' by the dippingfur size. After all, a city's the placefor reporting wonderful benefits from Pinkham's

seeking peace at the cost of any con- of the Cossack hat, extended a a modern young doctor." Compound.

cession she ,might make, forced a hand, first to Mary,. and then to "Most people think he's just a

smile to her lips. "How charming James Loring. little too modern for their tastes,"
everything looks!" she exclaimed The train began chug-chugging its returned Jim Loring. "After all, the Fear in Life

brightly. "I know Linnie and Lelia I way from the station, and Linnie, old the best. The worst sorrows in life are
will think the house is sweet. It's "And I the other glancing at her brother-in-law, ways not in its, losses and misfortunes, ,....
can fiddlesticks
manage "Oh, Linnie Cots-
but its fear. A. C. Benson.
been years" since they've seen it, six," said Christopher Cragg.up sensed his dismay. "Poor Jim," she well chortled. "Why, isn't this your -

you know. laughed, "are you wondering why in house?"
Mamie turned about, and gazed Concert street to Seventh, down the world we brought so many bags?
dolefully at her sister-in-law. "Too Seventh to Main, and up the rather Well, six of them are mine. When a Mrs. Loring had lighted the place CASTOR OIL USERS
I'd she dirty brown steps that led to her woman reaches know, from top to bottom, and the freshly
many years, say, re my age, you
windows cast shafts .READ THIS
marked. "Seems to me a woman father's dingy law offices in the Cac- she simply has to carry about a lot .
that ''was born and raised in tus building. A light snow had be- of clothes, and astringents and cold brightness into the night. It was Do you know 1here is now available,

Hawkinsville would see fit to return gun to drift earthwards, and to cov- creams in order to be constantly evident she had been watching for Kellogg's Perfected Tasteless Caslor
the car to turn the corner, for she Oil, so revolutionary in its thatit
to her home town a little oftener; er the little town with a magic car- warding off the ravages of time.
in the is really devoid of castor taste and I
but, of course, Linnie always was a pet of white. Isn't there a redcap in the place?" stood waiting doorway. odor. So easy to take. '

gadder." James Loring was seated at his Mary laughed. "Not one in a "What will Lelia Ormsby think of Made by the new exclusive proc-
Mrs. Loring flushed to the rootsof desk when Mary, without knocking, carload Aunt Linnie, but I can manage our home? Mary asked herself.TO ess of Spencer Kellogg and Sons.

her dark hair. "Well, whyshouldn't opened the door of his office. He at least three of those gor- ( BE CONTINUED) Inc. (world's largest refiners of vegetable -
oils), tho originators of taste
she be a gadder, Mamie? less castor oil.

She has no ties, whatsoever; she Costs no more than ordinary castor I
loves to travel, and she has a very oil. but oh, how different!
nice income." Insist on'Kellogg's Perfected, sold
only in refinery-sealed bottles-never
Mary hadn't seen her mother'ssister
in bulk. One size-3 oz., 2c. Ac-
Linnie Cotswell, for ten
cept no substitute or you will be dis.
years, but she was quite willing to appointed.Approved by Good House
fly to her defense. "I think she's a keeping Bureau -

darned good sport," she said defi- '-.'--
S T A R T S. T'ODAY "';::".:;'t_/
antly, "and if I were in her shoes,

I'd live just the sort of life she's ..
chosen to live-Europe in the sum

mer, New York in the autumn, Flor- Elinor Maxwell's romantic new serial '
ida for the winter."

"And dashing about, spending oth- story of romance in Manhattan the

,er people's money, like a drunken tale of beautiful Mary Loring who ran SALVE
sailor! Mamie persisted the '
tip of t { k'
her long thin nose twitching con- away from home disappointed because relieves

vulsively.Mrs.. Loring. seated herself in one Dr. Christopher Cragg married another z tia ,. > U U U COLDSLIQUIDTABLETS

of the armchairs by the round cen- girl. who found a greater happiness >in< Ja, %1 x ; a' 'M w4ah
ter table, and with apparent calm, the love of Phil Buchanan. h / y 4w SAL price
i sOSE' lOc & 25c
picked up the Hawkinsville Journal,

fluttered it open, and pretended to

read the headlines. "The money WNU:....7 13-39

Linnie spends is her own,", she said,
her eyes fixed unseeingly on the THERE COMESaMOMENT Only-

print. "It was bequeathed to her-

by several different people.." 4% < GOOD MERCHANDISECan

Intrigued by this revelation, Mary iSSU J
J > J ; i
asked, "How come, Mother? 5e CONSISTENTLY Advertised

"Stop saying 'how come,' Mary J
I've told you again and again thatI O BUY ADVERTISED GOODS O

hate that expression. Well, when

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Uncle Jh.l
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!,HI; } -- -, .., .' .
,1 i
::1 Wouldn't It Though? .

.. I TAR OIL EMULSION Speaking of happenings never to

11 \ FOR APPLE APHIS, LH' be forgotten-sleeping on a bed oi

,I J I '' Snoopie I D memorable.real roses' would be ,unforgettably

.t Early Advised to Travel 'has another virtue besides --
,.'. ._ .' broadening: the mind. It
F Jill Eggs on Trees. accustoms one to being an-

'I I By Arthur J. Farley. Professor of noyed.We might answer 98 out of 100
':1! .. '. Pomology.WNU Rutgers Service.University. questions in an intelligence test
'::1 Any period of warm weather iri E but that wouldn't qualify us for
I the spring is an'ideal time for the any particular kind of a job.

j', application of a. tar oil emulsion Politeness costs nothing, except -

:I spray for the control of apple aphis. when it leads a bore to'
This material,:if applied at the proper ''hang on for an hour.
l: ." strength, will kill the aphis' eggs, -. ?- ti /
r' r The Other.Sounds Highbrow
I lj I now on the trees. II' f '
: i:' The stock emulsion,, as received "Earning 'one's bread by the
I from the: manufacturer or dealer, sweat of one's face" may not

!H i will' contain 66, 83. or;98 per :cent sound so poetic. but we believe it

,: actual tar oil. This should be diluted is correct.
; to provide 2.5 per cent actual SNOOPIt'SHT Looking back, how many
I ,I tar oil in the diluted spray. Grow- "new eras" came up to the expectations -
f .14 ers who have ,had difficulty control- KIrYysIII of those. who an-

:! ling the apple aphis would do well nounced them?

II to apply one of the tar oil emulsions In a big family of :youths none
while the trees are dormant S
1., of them can own anything. They
: and the temperature is above freezing NUTl-NN dwell in a state of communism.
: since the treatment offers one
I of the most effective methods of '
I control. : H '
/ Plans for applying tar oil emulsion FOR A RAINJV .

J r should be made early enough OASEH, FOLKS"i

.' '. _. to insure the completion of the job I
,''t' by the time the ,fruit buds appear
'J !' silvery, since the use of such a'mixture -
I,: after that stage of bud development lb

if k 'I'' may cause serious injury. ---- .- -
I Furthermore, the application of excessive .. h -
I':. !I amounts of material should riIn "'V R ::

j be avoided in the interest of safety c... _rc_: ::: r b
ff and It important, how- 4 .
economy. j
t l 1 4R /' ,.- -: .d ; 2
that the trees be completely
l ever, .
--9i4--- .... Dated!
! ) coated with the spray, since any ..-::: .........-_- .. ,
i,' aphis eggs which are missed will ,-
i<. I SEEDS old, toot Past their
, A not be killed. Best results are obtained r grow
r I' by floating the material into (CopjrrlcM. W. N. tT)' prime, fewer and fewer will germi
I' {
; :j the tree with the wind in the form ... nate. Bat there's a way to be sore
i ;' of a fine mist. of getting only seeds in their prime.

i I .- Each year Ferry's Seeds must pass
"I rigid tests for vitality and germination
t Many Reasons Why the before being packeted.Then-

,I: Hen Lays Eggs on Floor WANT /Th for your protection-each packet

,I sM' Me- N eilhtRS7 ( is dated.
Floor eggs are objectionable for 'Fs41T
Be sure YOUR seed packets are
',, many reasons. They are likely to ;: you -+j I7f marked "Packed for Season 1939."
be broken and bring about the egg
ME FIThT Select them from the convenient
eating habit. Then, too, they are
often fouled. And of Terry's display at.our .dealer's.
great importance R ALOft
to R. O. breeders, they 'r .A Popular favorites
I + FERRT'$ 'and new introductions -
Y cannot be credited to the hens that
i them. -flower
lay _
'i, d JJ'-j-\, The primary reason for floor lay-. '. Y. and vegetable
{ ;;if;;: varieties -'ALLSELECTED
ing is. lack of sufficient nests, ad,
\ vises-a poultryman in the Montreal FOR
I Herald. If a hen is ready to, lay T' YOUR LOCALITY.

and the. nests are all occupied she .FERRY-MORSE SEED.
will do the next best thing-lay, on CO., Seed Grower.
I Detroit and Sal
the floor. So the first preventive frtrgPiclet Francisco. Makers of
: measure is to provide plenty of E .DAIfD Ferry's Garden Spray

1 i i nests.' .. : economical poisonous, ,BOBf BOB-
.' 1 Another reason is comfort. If a staining.Character .
S I Ii' hen: ignores an empty nest and lays .R

I f on the floor, she is probably more FERRY
i I comfortable there.
1 I! f, The type of trap door may be another -
I: ; reason for floor eggs. There ... IT Nil )
6oT-.A +
1 I is usually a higher percentage of .1' P FIRST ,1N'CA-rot; A'CRAIN! HE. '
1 such eggs where the nests are / .' SEEDS
: : :: T i CAMT WA I r AIIc5 /
I' equipped with the old type swinging E L N'AW' A 1 l .
i door that is held in place with a 0 f /
trigger.: This makes rather I Earned
1 a cumbersome "f .
M. FsRST ?
: be inherited
I trap and the hens appear r ? Property may ;
.. \ to fight shy of it. Either thin ply- PBy ? i r character must be won.
I I: board or metal drops seem to be

I least objectionable, being light, easily .
'' \ worked and positive.

'I' C. M. Payne- 600D /
I ?' Watch, for Corn Bugs stoats "

With a large ,amount of -stored .lCWNU. r .''W' ". "'C. r1 --=- 0 Bell SyadlcsteWNU' Service un..JI ro rdurls..rti

II''U\\'U corn, it is especially important to ., _. -- s11h1119s
watch '- - -
: for insect damage, 'says the
I I Prairie Farmer. The two past mild

''I I winters have caused such insects to ., .. .. .
I' increase. Dry corn, stored in.a dry (; 'kssedRetiejiRHEUMATISMS
'i I crib, well ventilated, is not likely

i i to be damaged by insects. First ... ,, s
indications y. .,'' .P.. '. .. \ .::' ". "
I of
i damage can be de- I

I l I .I tected by finding holes in the, ends .. ,.. -', ,. .. ,:: '.,;. ; ':," i.I i. Truth and Hypocrisy
,. and along the sides of the kernels. i.I I
J Truth speaks too low, hypocrisy -
t If a crib of corn becomes'infested ,.0 ;' ;
\ it should be fed..or. sold., or if .it is; .. ;:!t: : "J ___, too loud.-Dryden.
: I
to be .O' ; "";' ;'
I s fumigated, must be shelled :
and treated in a tight bin.


I Wire Fence 50 Years Old ; ,..... Here I'a Amazing Relief for
'I Condition. Due to Sluggish Bowels
I : It was an Illinois farmer named 06! .. ,+ you think oil laxative
I I Peter Sommer who first tried to P.A lit ilia-Q.....Jl paJU. alike eubl.Just U try tin.this
I' ,I .make woven wire fence, says the .. .. ... f'rflfjl, .invigorating.]Mg.'rBr Dependable go r.e mild, tborpnjn.rellef from n-
I' 'Keystone Steel & Wire company. nick treating headscbes, bfoue .Dells, tired feeling when
I c"" associated with constipntlon.
That was 50 years ago. He 'first'tried i, Without Risk box ft tie =
I ,i arusgisu AIAKB '=lvrkjr!
stretching smooth wires' between
dellgbttd, mum the box to us. Wo will
I posts, and weaving in cross tutu the purohswirlce .
p That' < WTO-NIGHT
I I wires by hand. That worked pretty BUT,' MR.PARKE6P6R, Get NR Tablets today .IT\T MO* W AIIIICM

i well but a took machine.too long Operated, so he developed by. ., ...'. HE IS ON A LEASH / ALWAYS CARRY SAN.. QUICK RELIEF

1 i two men and a boy, some 10 rods 7Lra FOR ACIDINDIGESTION
of fence could be made in a day. V.. ...
The fabric had small .
square open. .
.' J ,
ings. /" .,

Hard-Shell HensBy

selecting chicks from thick

; and thin-shelled eggs, respectively, I :.. .
J poultry breeders at the University : ": By ,
j of California have developed two .. Millar Have you anything around
I .. J. :: Watt would like
: the house you
i I distinct lines of hens, one of which
to trade or sellTry a das- '
produces hard-shelled and the other ossified sHied ad.The cost is only
soft-shelled eggs. A good laying'rt" a few cents and there are

flock then can be developed from ,'. . ,, ADS probably alotof folks look-
i the hard-shell hens, and the soft.. let jng for just whatever it is
1- r. hellers .can. go to pot.. .. ': '. '.' -,.. ,QWNU_ O B.U Syndicate.WNU Strvten. Results 'yon no longer have use for.FARM. .

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Senior Play "Miss mato salad, fresh strawberry sun- D',2 of the SEU of the SWK 1939.
coffee. I of Section 35.. Township 43 South SEAL) WILLIAM
I dae, hot rolls and SMART MONEY ( T. HULL. .T>
Range 34 East: Clerk Circuit Court. :
Ginger" Given Friday W% of the SE& of the SW;i Hendry County, Florida. I -
KNOWS of Section 35. Township 43 South,
Holy Week ServicesAt Range 34 East: :March 10, 17, 24.
WHERETO ,I E'4 of the NE'i: of the SE.4 of
Section 35. Township 43 South,
Tho Senior Class play, "Misi Catholic Church GO AFTER ( ( Range 31 East: NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY
of the N1of: the SE
W'& 14
Ginger" was given last Friday I READING JTI4E of Section :;Township; 43 South, FOR PASSAGE OK
evening at the school auditorium'berore I ADS
Reverend Father' Lawrence J. E>.; of the SW'i of the SEU
a record crowd. It wa; I W THIS/ of Section 35, Township 43 South,
Flynn, pastor of Saint Margaret'sCatholic Range 34 East; NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That r 1
a three-act comedy-drama which NEWSPAPERLEGAL W'of. the S\V',4 of the SE'4 i at the session of the Legislature of
Church, has announced n of Section 35. Township South, Florida to convene in April. 1939
kept the audience convulsed with: l application will be made for the
special program of Holy; Week scn'iYcs Range 31 East; -
laughter during the entire time. EVj of the SEVl of the SK: 4 of f passage of special or local legislation -
Roberta Spicer in the title role which will begin on Palm Sun- NOTICES Section 35, Township 43 South the substance of which will be
as :
Range 31 East:
was excellent and Billie Hookel: as day and continue through the entire WIof. the SEU of the SE',4of AN ACT RELATING TO THE

Minnie the romantic maid, ,Bill Owenas week until the Mass of the Section Township 43 South, CITY OF CLEWISTON, IN HEND-
George the porter, Thos. Resurrection on Easter Sunday. KVt of the NE'i of the NE'4 RATIFYING; VALIDATING AND

rop as Blackstone, the constable, schedule of these sacred NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVKN that of Section 1, Township 44 South, CONFIRMING ALL ACTS AND
good perform- complete !"In- undersigned :Special Master In Range 34 East: PROCEEDINGS TAKEN IN THE
gave exceptionally and Impressive services ran' he ':Ji.'nicery, by virtue of the final dc W! of the NE)i of the NE'iof :: CREATION. ORGANIZATION AND f
ances. All members of the cast are found under the: church announce ore** of foreclosure entered In that Section 1. Township 44 South, GOVERNMENTAL FUNCTIONING 1OF
to be commended for the talent I ocitjiin' cause pending in the Circuit Range 34 East; SAID CITY. AND THE CORPORATE
ments for this week. "omt of the Twelfth Judicial Circuit g\2 of the NWU of the NE* EXISTENCE THEREOF. -
they displayed in acting the varI- Father Flynn, wishes the publicto of Florida In ,and for Hendry"onrily. of Section 1, Township 44 South, AND ALL TAX LEVIES ASSESSMENTS -
ous parts. in Chancery, being Case No. Range 34 East; : AND SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS -
know that all are cordially invited 825 where Reconstruction Financeoiporatlon. W% of the NW'.i of the NEi AND ALL TAX
Others in the cast were' : Ima, the to 'attend any or all of these a corporation organizedand of Section 1. Township 44 South, SALE CERTIFICATES HERETO
desk clerk, Christine" ,Bell; Jackie, existing under the laws of the Range 34 East: FORE MADE- OR ISSUED BY
services. Elk of the of the NEft SAID CITY AND REPEALING
T'-i fcd States, is plaintiff,( and G. C.
a girl in love, Bernice Guthrie; I Bantz, as Trustee, and other namedn of Section 1, Township 14 South, .ALL LAWS OR PARTS OF LAWSIN
MacNaulty, a mysterious traveler, BIRD MOVIES ARE the bill are defendants will, on Range 34 East: :, CONFICT WITH TIlE PRO-
W/fc of 'the SW'4 of the NE ,4 VISIONS OF THIS ACT.
Tonrtay, May 1, 1939, 'between the
Leroy Hare; Carrie, a guest. Gaudy SHOWN AT SCHOOL. "'ours oC eleven o'clock" A. M., and of Section 1, Township' 44 South, DATED this 7th day of March. 1939.
Waters; Peggy, an actress, Violet r two o'clock, P. M., at the front door Range 34 East: :<: ELBERT L. STEWART,
Bethea; Sue a friend, 'Zena Belle of the County Court House. in La- W fe of the NE'i of. the N\y',4 Representative
Alden H. Hadley, educational representative ISello, Florida offer for sale and sell of Section 1. Township 44 South Hendry County.
Pullen; Speed Blake a. reporter, of the National Association nt public outcry, to the best and Range 31 East: \: I March 10, 17; 24, 31, ,April 7. t
Morris Ford; Bobby, a boy in love, highest bidder for cash, the following E'of the NW/t of the NW'.i- H. t
of Audobon Societies, visited described real property In Hendry of Section 1, Township 14 South,
Owen, Winn. the Clewiston school Thursday 'and I County, Florida, to-wit: Range 34 East; ,
the I EM of the SW'i of the NWU.
The scene is in HoneymoonTrail :
showed slides and news-reels of-the SE% of the SWtf of the SE% of Section 1, Township 44 South,
Inn somewhere in :Florida of, Section 23, Township 43 South, Range 34 East t :
different species of birds. He also I
and concerns the disappearance of I Range 34 East: W%' of the; SEU of the NW%
gave an interesting lecture in whichhe 'VJi& of the NE 4 of the NEU of of Section 1, Township 44 South,. Good FarmLand
the effortsof
the madcap heiress and Section 35. Township ''43 South,
stressed conservation of Florida Range 34 East;. .
the Inn employees; to find her Range 31 East; to. satisfy said decree. and all costs
birds and game life.: I E% of the NW'J of. the NJd '
and claim the reward offered. Section 35, Township 43 South, JOHN K. WOOLSLAIR
The high school and elementary
Special :Master in Chancery.
Entertainment between acts was Range 34 East:
schools were taken in two separate E'/fc 'of the SW% of the NE'i of EVANS MERSHON & SAWYER,
given by Boe Lolley, Carlton Pre I groups to hear the lecture, and all I Section 35. Township 43 South, First National Bank Building,
vatt and Jimmy Holland who sang Rane 34 East: Miami, Florida, r
and Florence found the program not only edu- W& of the SW',4, of the NEU Solicitors for Plaintiff.
two popular songs by
"The Umbrella cational but most interesting.Mr. of Section 35, Township. 43 South, March 31, April 7,. 14? 21; 1939. for ,
Graham who sang I Range 34 East:
Man". Hadleja: photographer, K'fc of the RE'/, of the NE',
spent Thursday and today at the of Section 35. Township 43 South,
school taking pictures for the flange 34 East: NOTICE
WIor the 8E': ; of the NEtf S
Miller Named- '
Is school annual. of Section 35 Township 43 South
NOTICE is' hereby given that Beryl

....-- I Range KU of 34 East the 'NE: .', of the :XW i Judges Bowden of intends,the Circuit to Court apply for to Hendry : the.
DAMAGES GIVENFOR of Section 35, Township 43 South,
I NO .
(Continued From Page One East County, Florida, for a decree and
flange 34 :
FLOOD LOSSESA license to take charge or
the lower court and in September WM-' of the NEW of the NW'J and control manage her property, and to become Trespassers
of Section 35, Township 43 South,
1935 the issues upon which the II a free dealer In every respect.
Palm 'Beach county ,circuit Range 34 East: '.
cases were reversed were tried out F:1of the SW'/i of the NWtf Will Be 1
on a plea in abatement. The jury court jury decided Tuesday:: that I of Section 35: Township IS South, ;..1.
W. A. Humphries and N. D. Evans Range 34 East: .
favor AOTICI:: OK SAM' OK TAX ProsecutedClewiston
returned a verdict in of Tay- I W>, of the SW'J or' the NWU
lor and later the remaining six were not entitled to damages, from I of Section 35, Township 43 South CI;CERTIFICATES
Glenbee Corporation for losses to Range 34 East;
charges were nolle pressed. Taylor'sshortage the SE' of the NW'A Notice Is .
the Erg of % hereby given that I. G
and tomato through I
was reported at more than bean crops : of Section 35, Township 43 South, Shuman has filed with me written 'request -
revealed in flooding of, their lands in April flange 34 East that the tax certificates .to6then .
$20,000 and was an I
1937. W% of the SEU of the 'NW4of ,with all subsequent omitted or
audit made at! the time Doughertywent Section 35.. Township. 43 South, levied'taxes held by the State be advertised .
into office. The plaintiffs"were, said to have I Range 34 East; and sold to the highest bidder .
made no' provision for drainage of E%: of the .NE'/i of the SW',1 fOr cash as provided by House ,
Mr. Miller is a native of Madison of Section 35. Township 43 South, Bill 396 of the. 1937 Acts of the :Legislature :.
county. He settled in LaBelle in their land which adjoined that of Range 34 East: upon the following described
the Glenbee Corporation., Water I NTV6 of the NWU of the SW .4 real estate in the County of Hendry, ,Realty And
1922 and has built up a very successful of Section, 35, Township 43 South State 'of. Florida, to-wit: -
rains at that
abstract and real estate pumped during heavy I Range 34 East; All Section 3.1.i Township 44 S.., I
time into the ditches of the South SW' of the NW'i of the SW'4 Range 33 E. '
business throughout Hendry count DevelopmentCorporation
Florida District was of Section 35 Township. 43 South Said Tax Certificates together wIth
'. He is a graduate of Madison), Range 34 East; all subsequent omitted or levied tuxes I
:Normal Institute and attended alleged by them to have''raised the SE'i of the N\V4 of the S\V'4 will, be sold to the highest bidder at
water level, in the ditches causing of Section 35, Township 43 South, the Court House door in LaBelle, iI i il
Florida and Stetson Universities. 1 o Range 31 East: County ,of Hendry:! State of Florida; }I
He served as tax collector in La- 'them to overflow their land and I{ W'fc of the SWi of the SWU on the 25 day of March, 1939 at ii
crops. I of Section 35, Township. 43 South, 11:00 A. M. : I i
Belle for a period of six ,years. I Range 34 East; I 'Dated this 10 day of March, A. D'I

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Fishing Decision ......
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.s, .s.'s'.s'
(Continued from page one) ..
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be no necessity for considering new I (Moore Haven Democrat) ;

taxes. He stated that while he, personally Despite the fact that several :;::!: j : .'''''-' '. :: : :;:::

, favored a sales tax as avery telegrams were dispatched Cro'mthis I 's..s' ';' ENJOY, AN -' ''1', ._..:.
fair method section last week to Governor 'SIOS''f'" ...s.
of taxation
that .

his constituents did not want this Cone urging him to have Attorney .. : ,: / :!::!:
kind of General Gibbs give a ruling in regard : : : t.
tax ,
a and that he wouldbe ; ". : ... 1
to the legal status of ,the clos- s ., ALL ELECTRIC I )
against the sales tax in this ; '
: ses- ed black bass reason in Lake Okee- :::: '. : :;::i:

sion as in past sessions.In chobee, no word has been received' ::::. ', (' '.- : : / :i::;:
; L
closing he invited all to visit either .from the Governor from ,, ,' '. . ,'.,,',: '' ....s.
session Tallahassee and at see any for time themselves during just the the Attorney General; or .'s"s.:..t' "' F-Icr'1E::::::: : ,'.!'., '9.1.H',;- ..I...os..s.'ZIOZ' .

A letter from Attorney General ::::s: I" .: ; ;
what a legislator was against intrying I' ": ::::
up .. : "" ,'
.. 0.. ,. .
Gibbs the first of 1 las't week to J. .s..z. .. ; "' '<1'. ." .. z z
to do what ,the folks backhome +.!;. 44I' : ', : ,; :s::::
C. Jones :
proprietor of Jones' Fish
wanted done. J ..... : .s....
of Camp; indicated that there was fY' A
Many those
privileged to hear

.this i talk state that the reprcgenta-I room not the for Lake doubt would as to come:whether"under" or ::::. '. Electricity is the modern servant; a servant that *f.

tive tention left to no'vote doubt according of to the dictates -( the closed season J law on bass but I :4:4:::;:: takes, care of both the work and the pleasures of the ::YI ;:::_;:: ;..

of his constituents in Hendry I question said that without he could the not request rule on of the the :.i.+: home arid one that wIll do everything qUIckly, efficiently 'i.';.

county. :s:::: :ss:
Governor or one of the state depart :+::;:, and economlca II y. :;:.s.
ment heads. .s.'z'.s'
's.'s. -..
Annual BanquetContinued 's..S.I .

I ::;=:::,!:: One penny will toast 26 crunch slices of toast, or :_;:::_i::'

( From Page. One) I :::: give your eyes two hours of safe reading light or operate =::;:

cd The for honor dancing.guests were the blx- I :?::_;: your radio for most of a day-and-ELECTRICITY is :s::;:

teen members of the senior class: :::i: one thing. ,that gets' cheaper the more of it that, you use.. =ii: :

f Miss Martha Nell Alston, Miss: I...... ....

,. Violet Morris Bethea'Ford, ,Miss Miss Bernice Christine Guthrie Bell, :2::}: .That is why it is so easy to have and enjoy a home ::: .

Leroy Hare, Miss Billie Hooker, Pat :::s: that IS' all electrIc and modern.. :_:.;. '

McGehee, William Owen. Miss Zena o +.;. .;.:s:

Bell Pullen, Miss Roberta Spicer, :1::: :s:+

George Smith, Miss Gaudy Waters i I ++: xY

Thomas Waldron, James Winn, I fA

Owen Winn. Faculty members who I ::::: ELECTRICITY IS YOUR 'CHEAPEST SERV- :;: :

were guests included Principal P. Consider .' .;..s.
E. Herring, Mrs. G. B. Thomas, '.z"s..'. # ....s.VA .
senior sponsor Mrs. Henry Anthony, '

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Wakefield, Miss Mae Whitten, Mrs. j VA AAyA

J. 'E. Baker and :Miss ,Alice Stein- Owning your own home is real ..s..s.v ..A.s..z. .

hoi tz. economy because you save the + As.

The junior class, who were hosts landlord's profit. Any family needing ,...,.z. ....s..s..i.'s. ......

included Hervey Bourne, J. B. a home will do well to look tour ..t..s.'s..s. ...

Brantley. Miss Edythe Nell Cornette, II selection of homes and buy ...;.. ..s..s.;..s.
Miss Maxine Doty, Miss Florence before real estate values increase .:...z. \ .: ....s.Ilo .

'. Graham J. D. Hooker, Louise Left- further. We will gladly help you

i. ....._;.cr. Wilbur McGehee, Miss Lee attain debt-free ownership of your .

9 .i'fCo.\: '\ Robbins' Prldgen, Dick Munselle Patterson Stone, Miss and Marie Ed home thru payments like.rent. = Glades Power and Light CO : U U'z"i.

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