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Title: The Clewiston news
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Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: April 7, 1939
Publication Date: 1928-
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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I i VOLUME 13: NUMBER 19 CLEWISTON FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 7, 1939 i ShCSClill'TIOZ,00 YE.\-

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Marketing Quota Cuts East Shore Work Levee Is Ended I Construction Bids Asked i iI




State Sugar Processors I I On New School Building

f. Carawan Nelson, head of the ,

r o AI sub-office of U. S. Engineers in 1-------------------

L Clewiston, stated Wednesday, that !
MORE THAN TONS CUT
CUT FROM 27,000 CURRENT I Rep. E. L. Stewart Is the dredge Welatka, which has Wright Speaks On BIDS FOIl EjONDS TO BE OPENED !

; I YEAR FOR U.S.S.C. been engaged for. several'months I SAME DAY,
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I Named On Committees in revetment work on the levee Progress of AviationF. MAY: 2.

along the east shore of the
.j j The Secretary of Agriculture on lake,
will be tied up the. latter part of An advertisement appears in this
Monday of this week announced the
I' tentative sugar marketing quota Representative Elbert L. Stewarthas this week behind the highway M. Wright, a member of the issue of the News for bids on the

: for in the mainland been named chairman of the bridge at Port Mayaca and all of U. S. Army Air Corps during the construction of Clewiston's new
I processors sugar -
i I producing area, Louisiana and committee on banks and loans for the crew will be laid off except World War, gave a most ,interest- high school building and also bidson

I i Florida, and the quota assigned to the 1939 session of the Legislature for a skeleton crew which: remains I ing talk at the Kiwanis meeting $33,000 of school district bonds
which in with the This the voted for the construction of this
i' the United States Sugar Corpora- began Tuesday Tallahassee. dredge. consists of Wednesday night on advancesof
the and the American building. Bids for both will be
l!I tion of Clewiston is 59,433 short only captain chief en- army aviation since
f 1918 and 'features of the American opened on the same day, May 2.
'Ii I tons, raw value, a reduction of 27- Mr. Stewart is also vicechairmanof gineer.
I I r-.4 443 short tons from the estimated public roads and highways com- The, last work done by the last designed aircraft which, in his opin- This brings to an end the long

production of the current season mittee, and a member of the fin- drill barge remaining on the job ion, make them the best of any fight for a new school building in

86876; tons. Fellsmere, the only ance and taxation, claims, canals was done Wednesday. About 150 nation's. Clewiston. An elaborate buildingwas

,I', other 'sugar processor in Florida, and drainage, conservation, public men will lose their jobs as a resultof Describing the Pan American first planned and after the

I was given a quota of 4,550 short: amusements and labor committees. the cessation of work. Clippers, Mr. Wright said that bonds were voted every effort was
I I tons. they were capable of carrying 4,000 made to secure a loan from the
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I pounds and could fly 165 'miles per repaid from the bonds
J I A quota of about 62,000 tons had hour for twenty-four hours. The with a substantial grant from the

j been anticipated after a cut was an- government. This project almost -
1 new Atlantic Clipper, he 'said, was was
nounced by the Department of Ag- SUGARTALKS even superior to these and would put through when the PWA
riculture but a further revision of
carry 5,00'0 pounds in addition to announced that there were insuf-
the quota by the Secretary is .;said ficient funds to complete the
'
; ). ;-I forty passengers and crew. He; pro-
to be responsible for the further
jects already approved.
compared these with the much-dis-

: decrease. By CLARENCE R. BITTING cussed German diesel planes and Despite this disappointment C.
The is established
marketing quota -
I said that' E. Miner Clewiston
they were in his opinion, school board
on data secured at a hearing
far superior in every way and that member decided to change the de-
held in Mobile, Ala., February
on
he felt that America had no reasonto sign of the building and bring tho
8 and 9 at which time the Depart- Sugar WagesLast
1 fear ariy nation besting them in cost within the amount of bonds
ment of Agriculture submitted
a
I the technical. development of planes. voted. He authorized, L. Phillips
l formula for apportionment of the week we discussed the cost of producing sugar in the variousreas He said that the American planemanufacturers Clarke, Palm Beach architect to

i quota between the processors of that are guaranteed' a monopoly of three-quarters of our sugar had taken advantageof I proceed with the new plans and
I Louisiana and Florida. Clarence R jarlcet. We found that the costs, as established by United States Tariff these plans and
every possible improvement in specifications arc
A Bitting, president of the Unite ommission, indicated that continental production was most efficient
motor design, especially)' the addi- now ready and available to con-
j States Sugar Corporation protested yen without giving 'weight to wages paid the workers. In this article
tion of more horse-power. The old tractors who may wish to bid on
against the fact that he was not re will quote official government and other records to show' how low -
building
war-time "Jennys" he said, were ,the new .
the in these offshore .
permitted at this hearing to introduce wages areas really are.
evidence to show smaller relative In Cuba we are told, by our Department of Labor, that in '1932 compelled to hold up forty pounds The school now planned is a two-
I since the of per horse-power and the modern story white brick building ,which
I costs of sugar production in I wages were "the .lowest clays slavery", many employees
the Everglades than In other main- "receiving merely meals and living quarters in payment for their work." planes averaged nine pounds per will be located in the same blockas

By 1933 conditions had improved considerably because the ,same source horse-power with some 'having; the present building. The. en-
land and off-shore areas. A brief '
informs us that ,the minimum and maximum daily wages that year cut this down to five pounds. The tire upper floor will be made Intoan

was filed on February 28 by Mr. were 10 cents and 20 cents respectively-not per hour, but per day factor of.safety in planes :made by auditorium which may be con-

Bitting contesting the legality' of and yet, even with slavery conditions, Cuba's costs were more ,than Great Britian, France, and Germany verted into study halls by removable -
the hearing. two-thirds the costs where American wages and living conditions pre ,
during tlie ''war was' constantly decreased partitions. The lower floor
The mainland quota was estab- vailed. A British Consular report for 1935 estimated that about 'tw -
to economize in manufac- will have four class rooms, a first-
lished for 1939 at 424,727 short thirds of the population of Cuba live practically on the marginal line
ture and result there aid room, store-room, two rest
as a
were
tons after the department discovered of subsistence; mind, you, in 1935 Cuba had been guaranteed a monopoly -
many crack-ups which could have rooms and an office.
that the production for theO of about one-third of our sugar market. .

., \ current year is son-le' 219,447 short' ,Conditions are not much, if any, better in, the Philippines as the been avoided. This safety factor has The school board, at the insistence -
: tons greater than the established Monthly Labor 'ReyUnv''states that In '1933'agr'icult ra1 ''wa-ges 'rangedfrom '(Continued on pa e'\8)\ ' "of' Mr."'-Miner agreed-that the

,, quota This entire quota was divided 13 cents to 26' cents a day, while a 1937 issue of the same building should be constructed as
1 between sixty-seven Louisiana publication states the then wages to range from, 15 cents to 25 cents. soon as possible at the board meeting -

Puerto Rican conditions appear to have been just as bad as those Tuesda-. Among other business
and two in Florida. Of
"I processors that existed in Cuba and the Philippines. We: learn from the Monthly JACK LAMB FISHES transacted was the reappointmentof
these the United States
i Sugar Corporation Labor Review that in 1928-29 a cane cutter earned 60 cents a day, :M.; E. Morrison as' principal and

is more than twice the while in 1933 the wages were $3.23 a week. coach of the LaBelle' school. It was

size :of any single processor but the Of all the offshore areas, Havaiimore- nearly approaches the HERE ON PERMIT also decided to borrow $4,700 to
11 combined strength of the group of American scale of wages and living conditions.
meet teacher's and bus driver'ssalaries
Louisiana processors gives to them These low-wage, high-cost, producing' areas; guaranteed a monopolyof
I the majority of the entire quota. three-quarters of our sugar market present a very definite and distinct I FROM GOV. GONE for the seventh month.
May 5 has been set as the of-
'I The Ellender bill, now before threat to our national economy. We would be very much

Congress which seeks to give the better off if we gave ,the sugar workers of these offshore areas their ficial closing date of Hendry countyschools.

miserable pittance of 'a few pennies a day and produced our sugar .
mainland 200,000
\ area some more Jack Lamb, rated as the foremost
I which needs a highwagelowcost, efficient area, such as the Everglades.. I
\ tons would be deducted from I black bass fisherman in the world

.1 I I' ", the imports of foreign areas, :will, The Everglades provides earnings sufficient to: (a) adequately and noted writer and lecturer visited Fisher Ange InjuredIn
'; feed the worker's family, thus consuming some of the burdensome sur-
if passed, bring a substantial raise the Everglades this week and,
pluses of other farm products; (b) properly clothe the worker's
i in the 1939 quota. under a special permit issued him Wreck SaturdayFisher
family, thus consuming some of the burdensome surpluses of textile
products; (c) securely house the worker's family, thus giving addi- by, I.'. N. Kennedy, executive secre-

Annual Easter Egg tional employment In the building supply industries; (d) supply the tary of the State Game and Fresh

worker's family with many of the comforts of life such as automobiles, Water Fish Commission at the request Ange, zone foreman for

Hunt Here SundayThe radios, education and entertainment,. as well as many' other worth- of Governor Fred P. Cone, the United States Sugar Corporation
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while items, thus creating employment in many other fields' of endeavor. fished Tuesday and Wednesday at Benbow Camp was discharged -

Sugar production in the Everglades, to supply a non-surplus neces- morning in Fisheating -Creek and yesterday from the Clewiston

annual Easter egg hunt for sity of our fellow Americans- holds the answer: to a large portionof other Lake Okeechobee tributaries Hospital where he has been taking
the children of Clewiston and vicinity the unemployment problem facing the country. '
while assistant for
an took 1400 feet treatments since Saturday night
will be staged Sunday after- Surely we cannot cure our unemployment problem as long as our
of technicolor movie film of his received Saturday afternoon
national government Insists that our vital needs be supplied by alien injuries
in the to the
noon park adjacent
\ people. bass fishing. He made good on his I in a collision between the pick-up
, water tower and all children
are claim of being an expert bass fisherman -. company truck he was driving: and

invited to participate. The time I by landing forty-eight bass one of the Caterpillar tractors usedin

was not announced but it is presumed on Tuesday and twenty-four before pulling trains of Athey wagons.Mr. .
that it will be, as in the Pre-School Clinic I Yacht Goes AgroundIn
fish that he' unable -
I noon Wednesday, the averaging Ange stated was
i past years, from three to five I I.Dr. about two and a half pounds.All i' to remember just'' how the accident -
o'clock. Here On Wednesday Clewiston ChannelThe
I of the fish were returned to happened but ,had started
This Easter hunt
is
egg .sponsored -
the water alive as soon as landed. from the camp to the cane hoist to
ed by the Clewsiton American Legion
While on this visit Mr. and Mrs. see about some last minute business
I and committee from 53-foot yacht, Kitty Ann II, i I
post a
Leland H. Dame, district Lamb were registered at the Clew- before the day's shut-down. An
{ that organization is making all ar- health officer for the State Boardof i which came into Clewiston Friday iston Inn where this writer inter- empty cane train was coming toward -
rangements for the event. afternoon, ran out of the channel ,
Health here to
was Wednesday
viewed him Wednesday just after the camp from the hoist rais-
i
when leaving Clewiston that night I
give typhoid immunization shots his return from his morning fish- ing the usual dense cloud of muck

.f "' C all ield Fire and Schick tests and toxoids.. r and such a large hole was punched ing trip. He was scheduled to I dust and he pulled over to one side
J diptheria to all school 'children who I in the hull that the passengers were .
,I P I leave Clewiston at one o'clock 'and to let it pass. Observers say that
Near Town Today had not had them. Typhoid shots forced to take to one of the small go to Clearwater to speak over; ho had just started the truck again,

,I I were given to all children not ,im- boats and //go ashore. Station WFLA at seven" o'clock and plunging through the thick dust,
II I I munized within the three The crew finally located the hole, I
past it was ten minutes before one when when another tractor running
I I A fire which broke out in the years. This was the first of three stuffed it with cloth and were tow- he arrived at the hotrl. Despite tie; :alongside the cane train. met him

recently cut field just west of town shots and the' other two will be ed hack to Clewiston by a' U. S. hurry ho was in he very obligingly head-on in tho dust. The negro

and south of the highway about given on the next two 'consecutive Engineer tug for temporary re- took time to answer a Tw questions ) tractor driver felt the impact and

.j eleven o'clock this morning, spread Wednesdays.Dr. pairs.While and to talk about fishing, a the nose 'of the tractor pull up-

.., rapidly through the dry stripped Dame, urges all parents of the repairs were being sport to him but also a business ward and had presence ,of mind

f' cane leaves and caused considerable children of pre-school age over' six made the owner, J, Frank Duryeaof which is said to net him somethinglike enough to throw the tractor in reverse -

i anxiety to residents of the months to bring them Wednesdayfor Madison, Conn., Mrs. Duryea and $30,000 annually. and shut off the ignition.Mr. .

southwest; section of town for' .a the diptheria toxoid :or if they their companion, Miss Nell Stock- Mr. Lamb was a genial chap of Ange was squeezed behind

i short time. have previously had the toxoid, a well stopped at the Clewiston Inn. 'some fifty summers who bears a the steering wheel of tho truck

I'' l A large crew of sugar corporation Schick test to determine whether Dir Duryea was the manuractu'rerof striking resemblance to the late and suffered contusions in the

I. ; laborers was quickly gathered it,, is still effective. one of the first automobiles, the Will Rogers, Like Will he was born lungs from the pressure but no

!''l,: to fight the blaze and the city fire Small ,pox vaccinations will also Duryea, and after several years in Indian Territory and is' part In- broken bones. There was only one
J engine was called out to help. Resi manufacturing this, car he went into -
be given to those wishing them dian and his drawling speech is injury' where the skin was broken
dents of some of the new homesin i next Wednesday. The recent prevalence partnership with Stevens to quite similar to that of Rogers. 011 the forehead, where a slight

i this section put' out a backfire of this disease Is believed due manufacture the well-remembered This resemblance has caused' him to concussion occured and rendered
and prevented the flames from Stevens-Duryea. He claims that he .
I coming to a decrease in' the :number of receive many offers to appear In him unconscious for several hours.XRays
i too close to their homes, the I vaccinations since the World War. has owned fourteen yachts and this pictures but except for appearances taken Wednesday afternoon
one occupied by Roy. Alston having Is his' first mishap. '- bones and
." showing his art at using a fly or showed no broken

.the narrowest escape. casting rod he has not yet been he was allowed to return home
No actual damage was r reported Malley Palmer spent the ,weeks Little June Colyer, who' has been bitten by the movie bug. Thursday. A few daya poet' awl ha

L ... ,"except to several:' acres''. of; { ; end in St. Cloud visiting' his. ..' u.;. other 111 ft 46carJot fever) ;Js isipr'cvins Aslsred.about. fishing; in' Lags. I if ,exacted to tie tacE ori iK* tfob:
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Congress Wins EcollomyTussl'eBItt : : Cure THE CHANCE OF YOUR LIFEIn


Hot Potato The Winter Paradise-
Finds It Holds Asthmatics

I "ON THE OCEAN"H

By Joseph W. La Bine '

By DR. JAMES W. BARTONWHEN
Special Rates
,
a number of research >
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practicing physiciansform $3-$4-$5 DAILY FOR TWO

an organization or coun- Delightful Meals Reasonablo

cil to find out all possible aboutan
ALL ROOMS WITH PRIVATE BATHHOTEL
ailment and

'pass this informaTODAY'S

tion along.to other HEALTH OLIVER f'\\

practicing and research ..:- COLLINS. AVENUE AT 35TH STREET-

physicians, COLUMN MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA

much is likely to I

be learned about that ailment.

Thus, in Great Britain, there
Endowments an Aid to Air, Kiln Drying Usual
was formed some years ago
what is known as the Asthma The Church,of EnglandThe Ways of Curing Lumber

'greatest source of income of Lumber to be satisfactory must
Research council and at each
the Church of is its
England endow- be thoroughly dry. There are two
annual meeting progress for ments. Many of these are very old, methods. 1. Air drying. 2. Kiln

the previous ,year is reported. often antedating the Reformation, drying.

Although there are various causes and some are very large. They are Air drying is the age old methodin

for and types of asthma, one method of all descriptions. Colleges and in- which the seasoning process, is

2 __. of treatment has dividual parishes have been left largely left to weather. Rainy
shown very satisfac- properties in London and other cities 'weather sometimes interferes with

tory results for which have grown to be' of great the seasoning process. That nature

many years, not value.In does a good job, however, is attested
only in the hospitals other cases, old families have by the huge amount of lum-
{
where these asth- given their churches or church"b ber seasoned by air drying, accord-

matics receive this stitutions perpetual rights to certainof ing to a writer in the Chicago Trib-

unm ____m__ treatmentbut their income, and numerous oth-
special
else. er old tithes and voluntary rents, of une.Kiln drying is the more modem
WENT everywhere
COSTS DOWN .
SECURITY
SOCIAL
WHEN
great or little importance, survive. method and costly It 't'r'
a more one.
Secretary of the Treasury Henry Morgenthau Jr. (left), as he recommended This special treat-
Many congregations, by reason of is often used by larger mills. Lum-
I before the house trays and means committee' that a limited old age reserve fundbe ment is exercise or
substituted for social security's controversial $40,000,000,000 'full reserve" plan. exercises. their endowments, are wholly or ber is carefully piled in the kiln

At the right is Arthur J. Altmeyer, social security board chairman. --mT Tne asthmaticDr. partially free from the necessity of with separating strips between each
chest is barrel- contributing to the support of their piece. Then warm air is blown
Also recommended was a trustee Barton clergy, and are thus more free to through the piles of lumber 'by
the
EDITOR'S NOTE-When opinions are board to hold social security,.funds, shaped because give to other ecclesiastical pur- large fans. Live steam is intro-
columns, they are those
expressed in these lower chest and abdominal mus-
of the news analyst, and not necessarily thereby spiking criticism that the cles remain distended-the breath- poses. duced into the kilns so that the dry-
of the newspaper. money is now being used to pay There are also numerous old en- ing process will not proceed too
governmental expenditures. Under ing being all done at the upper partof dowments the objects of which have rapidly and result in weakened lum-

actual operation, payroll contribu- the chest, the lower part become defunct. A Church Estates ber.

Congress tions now go to the treasury, are of the chest the diaphragm- commission created by parliamentin Dealers say that lumber should

U. S. business was pouting genu- shifted to the old-age reserve fund, scarcely moving at all. The objectof 1836, has charge of these, and a be reasonably dry before it is usedin 1
inely last February when Harry the exercises is to teach the po.
then invested in treasury securitiesto board of ecclesiastical commissioners home construction particularly.If .
Hopkins made his famous Des bring the cash back to the gen- tient,to breathe with his diaphragm is empowered to assign the lin- it is not properly-dry the lumber

Moines speech promising a new ad- eral fund. or abdomen. come to current uses. warps and shrinks with the natural

ministration effort to start the recovery Sour Note. Given a highly cov- Exercises Explained. Aside from the endowments, the drying caused by the heating of the

ball rolling. But to businessmen eted concession, congress, has found Although the exercises vary some- English church derives its incomein house. This may result in cracked

recovery was precluded by economy is easier to talk about than what, the breathing is the same in the same manner as churches in plaster and squeaking floors.

high relief costs and "exorbitant"taxes. enforce. Next on the list is the all-a "short" breathing in of air this country-by general appeal.

When the administration in- farm appropriations bill, carrying a
through the nose, followed by a gen-
dicated unwillingness to slash costs, $250,000,000 item for parity pay-' tle but long. breathing out throughthe ,. Mark Twain's Weather Comment

Mr. Hopkins' highly touted "ap ments which had not been includedin mouth. During this breathing ,} West Highland White Terrier ( The following lines are from a
peasement" plan bogged down and the original budget estimate. One of the most satisfactory of all
out through the mouth, the patient speech which Mark Twain made on
in its place arose the most hostile, the terrier breeds, if not of all
Farm-state foresee-
representatives
,makes an' F or S sound with the the subject of weather, at a dinner
economy minded congress President ing political suicide if parity appropriations lips or teeth to fix his attention on breeds, is the West Highland White given by the New England society:
Roosevelt has faced. Terrier writes P. Hamilton Good-
ever ,
not made hopedthe
were blowing out as long as possible. During "There is a sumptuous variety about
Many administration leaders, like money might come from a renewal the breathing in, the upper partof sell in the Detroit News. Like all the New England weather that com
.
Morgenthau and Vice of processing taxes. Indus- the terriers from the land of Hag
Secretary the chest muscle must remain pels the stranger's admiration-and .
President Garner are economy trial-state lawmakers knew their gis and bagpipes, Scotties, Cairns, )
still, the abdomen rising during this regret. The weather is always do-
bent. Others like Federal Reserve would And both Dandie Dinmonts, Skyes, etc., this
constituents object. breathing in. With the. breathingout ing something there; always attend-
Chairman Marriner Eccles, a White groups 'reflected that less social security the abdomen contracts or draws breed probably is descended from a ing strictly to business; always get

House favorite, believe government income would leave Secretary downward very slowly. It is rec- common stock, all being branchesof ting up new designs and trying themon

should spend when industry will not, Morgenthau's cupboard bare. ommended that the exercises be the same tree. It originated at people to see how they will go.
Poltallock, the family home of the
providing a semblance of normalcy.But PanAmericaIn practiced for at least 10 minutes But it gets,through more business in
Malcolm family, and is said to have
so unpopular a philosophy bucks twice each day. spring than in any other season. In
the public trend, which is poor poli- early March Brazil's Foreign, For asthmatics and all interestedin been bred there for more than 100 the spring I have counted 136 different -
before it made its
tics. A smarter course is to give Minister Oswaldo Aranha arrived at asthma this little book should years appearance' kinds of weather inside of
at dog shows as'a recognized breed.
congress and the nation its econ- Washington, spent two weeks mak- 24 hours."
value. It be ob-
of
great may
prove The lineage of these terriers of the
If results the,, friends and returned home witha
omy. prosperity ing 25 cents to Asthma
tained by sending Malcolms possibly dates back to the
White House will bask in glory; if basketful of plums. In return for
Research Council, King's College, time of King James I, who asked for
it misses fire, the public can be reminded liberal. U. S. credit allowances to Strand, London, W. C. 2, England.The some "earth-dogges" out of Argyle- Meaning: of Name Sheldon
'
that the White House coun- develop Brazilian trade and indus- Sheldon is one of the names on i
name of the booklet, as men- shire. For a long time the breed
seled against it all along. try (partly a Pan American defense is Exercises which authorities differ widely. One f
tioned above, "Physical was named the Roseneath terrier,
Whatever the reasoning, a sudden measure) Senor Aranha agreed to for Asthma." after the duke of Argyle's seat in says it is Teutonic and means "a
Brazilian debtsto shield bearer," another that it is
switch in administration attitude resume payment on Dumbartonshire, and also the Pol-
has brought new peace to Washington U. S. bondholders on July 1., tallock terrier. an Anglo-Saxon residence name
: But commitments, that were con- Overweight Persons meaning "from the hill on the

Eccles Demarche. Appearing 'before venient in Washington were hard toOSWALDO Store Food'in Body ledge." Since other Shel combina-

a special senate silver committee When you ask your doctor what Antelope Beautiful, Graceful 'tions are unanimously accorded a

Mr. Eccles confounded his audi- causes you to overweight, he sim- The antelope is one of the most "ledge" meaning, it would seem

ence by advocating governmental ply tells you that you eat more food beautiful and graceful big-game animals that the second meaning is probablythe

economy. His reasoning: "While I than you use or need, and o. this in' America and in the open more nearly accurate. How-

am convinced that such a policy extra food is stored in the body as country of the West it stands pic- ever, it makes better sense to turn it

under present conditions would turesque with horns curving above around, "from the ledge on the .u

have disastrous results, -we live in Nny. fat.It is estimated that the average 'its head like parentheses. 'If hill." It would seem that the 'origi-

a democracy, and, therefore individual uses up about one half of alarmed, notes a writer in the Los nal words were shelf and down.

the viewpoint of the majority should the food he eats to supply the body's Angeles Times, it will raise the

promptly be made effective." His needs-beating of the heart, breath- white hairs on its rump and as it Meaning of 'Rien,' French Word

suggestion: That federal spendingbe ing of the lungs the digestion and disappears these hairs form a daz- "Rien," a Trench word means
concentrated on noncompetingpublic zling white rosette that stands out
harm-
food
of separating
k \ R3 ryh absorption nothing, nougbf, not anything; any-
activities, i.e., buildings, r ful wastes from the blood and carry- jn the sunlight long after the ani thing mere nothing, trifle, mere

roads, schools, hospitals, housing.. ing these wastes to the skin, lungs mal's'rich tan has merged with the trifle.; Following are some idiomatic -
Morgenthau Demarche. Next day colors of the landscape. The name
Vyam and lower bowel to be thrown out phrases using "rien": "Pour
Mr. Morgenthau gave administration "antelope" is firmly fixed in our
r3S z Q of the body. rien," for nothing, or for a song;
blessing to congressional plans however"prongnorn" is
usage;
Calories Not Used Up. "rien de plus beau," nothing finer;
for postponing scheduled increasesin nearer the true name of this fleet "
"rien autre chose, nothing else;
payroll 'contributions for social This means then that the over- animal for it combines the peculiarities "
"on fait rien de rien, othing
ne
security, also endorsing a pay-as- weight individual taking in 3,600 to of the giraffe, goat, antelopeand '
out of 'je
be made ;
you-go system founded on sound actuarial _, .nua,,,,,,,,,,, 4,000 calories of heat units of food deer. As a matter of fact, thereis n'en can ferai rien," Is. thing r
principles. Present assess- uses up '1,800 to 2,000 of these units only one specie or family of prong- riens
of the sort "je ne pen
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ments are 1 per cent each against ARANHA in just supplying various processes horn antelope and that is found onlyon cela," nothing is urther
moins qu'a
employer and employee. In 1940 Back home, his tone changed. of the body with their needs., This6amount this continent. thoughts "de riens" don't
from my ;
of food is used by the body '
and 1941 this would jump to 1%
per repeat when the foreign minister mention it!
cent each 2 cent to 1945 2% every day "whether the individualis
; per ; returned to Rio de Janeiro. To pac- Quaaltagb, Old British Festival
cent to 1948 3 cent each sleeping or waking, working or
per ; per
ify hard-pressed Brazilians the
Quaaltagh is seldom heard of in
after 1948. Mr. Morgenthau's four resting, eating or fasting, and thereis Wyandotte Cave Largest
smooth-tongued statesman told his but is of the oldest
England, one
alternatives: no method of avoiding the expenditure Next to Mammoth cave, in Kentucky .
home folks that "I always subordi- English festivals. It is observed in
(1) One cent to 1940 1% or use of this amount of Wyandotte cave is the largo
per ; per nated that moral obligation of where
pay- of the Isle of Man,
parts .'
cent to 1943; 2 per cent to 1946; 2% ment to material capacity to do it food by the body.If customs similar to "firstshooting"in est cavern in the United States. Its
cent to 1949; 3 cent after then, the overweight individualwere enormous underground halls and y
per per
-. My theory (in promising Men
Scotland
pay- are kept up. go
that. to cut his food exactly in half vaulted domes, its gigantic fluted
ment) was to tranquilize more than from house to house singing special
(2) Boost from 1 to IVt per cent half a million holders of our bonds." he would not put on .a single poundof festival songs and are invited in columns and vast piles of fallen rock ,
fat. If he took some regular exercise have been greatly admired. It is
in 1940; to 1% per cent in 1941; to Observers have decided Senor bite and drink. Always
for a a ,
.: walking a mile dailyresting situated under the rugged hills along
13A, cent in 1942 present sched- -
per ;
Aranha is merely playing clevergame first. But there are
dark
ule thereafter. a one hour less in the 24 hours, he men go the Ohio river. In 1812, during the
of diplomatic hide and seek. two customs in connectionwith
one or
demand for
would take off some weight becauseit war with England, the
(3)) Boost from 1 to 1% per cent in From safely within his own baili- Quaaltagh which are observed
that
1940; to 1% per cent in 1941; to 1% wick he can make pointed inferencesthat would require some of the fat nowhere else. Before midnight the, I gunpowder became so great
much of the nitrous earth in this
his body to supply the
tissue en-
per cent in 1942; present schedule on
Brazilian bond payments will for the exercise taken and for floor of the kitchen is swept, always cavern was utilized in the manufacture -
'thereafter. riot be forthcoming as expected unless ergy starting at the door and sweepingto of potassium nitrate or salt-
-
-- of the hour's rest.
(4) Omit increase to 1% per cent U. S. tradesmen jump to reduce the loss' the hearth, otherwise good luck peter, an ingredient of gunpowder.This .
in.194; step up rates in 1943 and follow his nation's large.surpluses.- If, however, the overweight indi- will be swept out. Before retiring, cave is more than four miles
present schedule thereafter. vidual ,were unable' or unwilling' from the fire
taken
the ashes are
I. 1 Morgenthau reasoning: The trend People take exercise_ or do without one of ,' and smoothed over the hearth with I long has ,a and height contains of 65 one feet room a width which of

of business conditions specific fu- Turned religious .Al Capone former his renting, hoursbut; cut down his 'the
in morning
; ; a pair of tongs, and 90 feet, and a length of 210 feet. In
ture could not be food by more than half (say from
years accurately Chicago beer baronnow- : the housewife looks eagerly at the is a stalactite called "The
one room
;. a foreseen in 1935 when social securitywas pris ned at Terminal Island, Calif. 1,800'calories down to 1,500) everyday ashes for tracks of a human foot. Pillar of the Constitution." Remains r

started under the present $40- When a visiting minister asked pris-, ;, then 300 calories or heat,units lf' there is one and the toes point of the works and instruments ,

000,000,000 reserve plan. Today it oners to'stand if they "felt the needof would have to" be supplied by the to the door,. it means death-for oe.): of primitive' man are visible in the

appears a $3,000,000,000 reserve the Saviour," Capone was. the fat on his body'to make up the 1,800 in the house; if the footprint is cave.Veekly .

would be sound. first to rise. units his body needed every day. reversed, it means birth of a child. I
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L i t;!: Tunisia to French ',, NEE i PLAN ;
key r xr r oM my eoyYM Katy. r r arYxy w r, :
::iw ::a;.hys's ,I
f1 territorial power, is
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j conquest ambitions by
native soldiers who patrol o t \

the Libyan border
day and night. '

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J .rr dxw> Houston Goudiss Offers Practical adequate bulk
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J :; IT vegetables and whole grain cere-
Meals That Avoid Hidden Hunger;' Illustrates als; and the massing in one mealof

of too many foods that are high in
and Methods
I ,Right Wrong Menu BuildingBy fat.The

following menu, for exam-
C. HOUSTON GOUDISS
: ple contains
more protein than
: A GENERATION homemakers the and too little bulk
approached necessary
ago, problem yetit
/ v6r"d i
I k ; sxaf \" :7.t' u b Y Y2',y \ry RY p ) .1. is typical of the dinners
'""\ v. ? \ of feeding their families with but two'objectives: I servedin

'l to put weight on their children and to send adults away from I many homes: HamburgerSteak
Baked Beans, Potatoes,
:.' ,,' .1 the table with their appetites appeased. If the child, failed. Stewed Corn, Custard Pie.
I! to gain satisfactorily, or if his teeth were crowded and sub Since both meat and baked

::1 ject to decay, he was said to "take after his Uncle Abner"or beans are rich in protein,' they
i
t; perhaps to have inheritedthe ,I meals, as indicated by either of
I poor teeth of his maternal factors that science has deter- the following combinations: Ham-

IL grandmother. And if adults mined to be essential for top burger Steak, Creamed Potatoes,

H L were chronically tired or suffered -: health. These include: proteinfor String Beans, Lettuce Salad,
;I 1 from "nerves," that, building and repairing body' Fresh or Cooked Fruit. Or,-Baked
j; too blamed circum- tissue; carbohydrates to produce Beans, Stewed Tomatoes, Cabbage
was on '
[.I quick heat and energy; fats, a Salad, Custard Pie.
stances that had nothing to more compact form of fuel; min- In the first menu, the beans, po-
1 x Yd a M tr.r al\pty P,, e< ..c.fr do with the diet. erals, which serve both as build- tatoes, corn and pastry are aE
1 No one had ever heard of hid- ers, and as regulators of body high carbohydrate foods. To pro-
den hunger! For nutritionists had processes; vitamins A, B, C, D, E vide'additional bulk, as well as
: not yet_ startled the and G, which act as regulators, to reduce the amount of carbohydrate
I .1 world by demon- and help to prevent the various deficiency -i it ''would be advisable to
! I strating that food diseases; water, which serve a green vegetable such as
I I I ___ may satisfy the appetite serves as a vehicle by which foodis string beans, and choose fruit instead -
; 'I If Italy controlled Tu- and yet fail carried to the tissues, and cellu- of pie for dessert. It is assumed -
I nisia she could master .4 to feed that lose or bulk, required for the'nor- of course,''that eggs wouldbe
I the Mediterranean. Rec- the absence of mi- mal functioning of the intestinal given in some other form dur-

I :iI r ognizing this danger, also nute amounts of tract. ing the day.
} worrying that Germanymay ;r ui! minerals and vita- Since baked beans, contain both
aid Italy in this new- mins may be responsible A Day's Food Plan protein and carbohydrate, we omit
I 1 l.4T est territorial drive for a long The various food essentials will potatoes in the third menu, and
train of deficiency be supplied if the three daily serve a food rich in vitamin C-
France takes elaborate diseases which the tomatoes, and add
meals include a quart of milk for a bulky
precautions in Tunisia. cause untold misery every child, a pint for each adult, raw vegetable by way of the-salad.
l Above: A detachment of and are responsible for men- which may be served as a bever-

soldiers string barbed tal and physical inefficiency. age, with cereals, in soups, saucesor It's, Balance That Counts

I I wire before one of the made into desserts; an egg It requires no more time or effort -
new fortifications in the Planning Meals Scientifically daily, or at least three or four to prepare nutritionally cor-
Mareth line along the Today we know that a definite weekly; one serving of meat, fish rect meals than those which lack .
Libyan frontier. Left: relationship exists between food or chicken, usually at the main balance, nor is it more expen-
;.y ..: An impressive display of consumption and bodily activity, meal of the day; a second protein sive. For elaborate meals 'can lack
y and that normal individuals food such cheese baked beansor
tanks can as balance, if I they are deficient in
on parade early usually control body weight by nuts; usually served at lunchor minerals, vitamins and bulk, while
this year when Premier regulating the amount of fuel supper; two vegetables besides those composed of such simple

j '. .., Edouard Daladier visited foods in the diet. We know that potatoes, one of which should be foods as bread and milk, and
Y-l' "'.. Tunis. minerals and vitamins play pow- of the raw, leafy variety; two stewed fruits may provide an
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I I '/' taining sound teeth as well as serving of a whole grain cereal. stances which satisfy the hidden
11 i healthy nerves; and that we can By adhering to this plan, you hunger of the body.
build resistance to disease, defer will help to supply your family My' plea to' homemakers is to
old age, and even lengthen the with the necessary proteins, min- give less thought to the prepara-
/ span of life by choosing our food, erals, vitamins and cellulose. Fuel tion of elaborate recipes, and
! I (.. not merely for its appetite appeal, foods may be added by way of more thought to supplying the food
p but for the qualities that contrib- breadstuffs, macaroni, rice and values that will create abundant

4u ;.i Lt t r p A:, ute toward what nutritionists terma other cereals; butter or margarineand health and vitality. In that way,
balanced diet. the 'fats used in cooking. I believe we shall take a real step
forward in human progress.
The Balanced Diet Common Errors in Menu Planning

:yy'. Every modern homemaker Common mistakes in menu plan- Questions AnsweredMrs.
therefore owes it to her family not ning are a concentration of too T. L. D.-The alkaline or
: y to plan meals at random, but to many proteins or carbohydratesin base-forming foods include vege-
I', take into consideration the seven one meal; the failure to include tables, most fruits, nuts and milk.

Among the foods which have been I
I II II I found particularly effective as
!I I By body alkalinizers are bananas, ap-
ples, oranges, dried beans and .
i HOW SEW RUTH WYETH potatoes. -
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i I here. Stems were done in outline SOOTHEMNc B NUJMOROLINE
, V'5 J.! o stitch and leaves in groups of a

rpm" straight stitches. w
I. ORAW I From the many attempts on that SNOW-WHITE PETROLEUM JELLY
AROUND
A ... 0 RED
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DIME piece of gingham, two flower
t dfir' ,BLUE GINGHAM STRETCH groups had almost as much life
2. R and charm as the modern Mary Of a Kind
r: f := "" m YELL IN BEFORE BOARD Ann, age nine. These were neatly The sincere alone can recognize

Jrlhenltaly first began ; ___ _% LNG framed and lend a gay note at sincerity.-Carlyle.
j unofficial clamoring for f.-----. wr""yN ru Q' '''''y.'y W N each side of an old mirror.

Tunisia, the Italian travel '.':': />. ..i: "'. .,...:/:.... GREEN I NOTE: Book 1, Gifts, Noveltiesand
.o Embroidery, gives full instructions -
i bureau in Tunis above
( )
4 A for ninety embroidery
,. ,j was well smashed up during ; "t RED g-'IN MAAY tt.,:9 : stitches with many sketches show-
I demonstrations. This r<<; c }! ing ways to use them. You and
f :
happened ,early last December : ; : ANN was named for her your children may have happy vrr /I"i-
following Count LYa hours with this fascinating hand
I ..., .. .. grandmother, who at the age KSAny
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Ciano's / : the
< SEWING for
, remarks in the : of nine, made an elaborate sam- work. Book 1, ,
!l Italian chamber of depu "'r e yy'" ; .>; pler of embroidery stitches. Everyone Home Decorator, contains 48 com-
I ties. In the intervening : thought it would be nice if plete lessons for making slipcovers kind-for Iiera
I .three months Paris has f..J' \( :.i( *Yi; ?;:' -t,..,; the modern Mary Ann could also draperies, bedspreads and or hIgh egg bred-
I, ;17J' ?4? ;J 1.if t':v.>:: do a bit of hand work be many other things for the house. 6c 'up. Ga. U. S. approved, pullorum
> to
made framed
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Tunisia almost as ...,..r o .o x } ,< m.,.< ,.. ..", Books 25 cents each. If tested. 100,000 weekly. Reds, Rocks, ,
impregnable as the famous t.;; EItf. 4 !it 2 and kept. We here report, thanksto both are books 'leaf you Orpingtons, Hampshlres, Giants, Leg-
{ order
i i..:. a series of rainy afternoons, crazypatch horns, Mlnorcas. AA, AM,,Super A
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Maginot line which :& / v'>' """ %,,,,,,;;:;;S' :: ;j.-' :,:{ this was actually accomplished. let, reviving interest in this old- grades.Light and heavy assorted. Wrlto
I guards France from Ger- time hand craft, is included for details on livabllUy guarantee that
:: ; Mary Ann's mother started the 210 protects you. We have tho breeding, .
many. Since the Tunisian FREE. Address, Mrs. ,Spears,
project with and to produce
rather equipment experience
a large pieceof
; frontier is largely mountainous r. blue S. Desplaines St., Chicago, Ill. champion chicks. Oldest hatchery In
: ;yi w gingham; ,ta pair of em-
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I like the f y ; Georgia/ and first in state to bloodtest.
II I view broidery hoops and some odds and Write today.
shown at right, an invading ends of bright six strand Reproach of Heart
1 <..> M' '" .." ,,,,,, .l';> '* "'<(::>."""h''''< mercer- .
I .A-' army from Libya f $! 5ir; :: ;P ;;< ized embroidery thread. Outlinesfor A man's first care should be to BLUE RIBBON HATCHERY
would flower avoid the of his
i have intense difficulty .tr...*...""-.T ""' Vt. :< {( ..; designs were made by reproaches own
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1 scaling peaks and : .i.K..J".H'., :? drawing around coins and the flow- heart; his next, to escape ,Fortyth'
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7. ers embroidered of the .
were
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ir j off artillery. .... "" ....t:{;,,,' ,. WJ tftf':(';<::'_H".J< .I...
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PAGE TWO THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY, APRIL 7, 1039

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The Clewiston News in Florida is limited to 30,000 acres on "The King Is Dead; Long, Liv ice this week, due to the special ed to Fort Myers on their cruiser -
in the Everglades district. Senatorsand I The King". This is the third in a services being conducted by W. W.1 "10 R 535". They are becoming )"t

Representatives are even now series on "Christ Our King" which Willian each night, Monday through I familiar figures, on the cross-state ...
Published every Friday In Clewiston, advocating the destruction of 25 I continues in the evening at eight Friday, April 10th through 14th. waterway. Shortly after dark the: .
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, per cent of this acreage before the I o'clock with "Servants of the King"' shrimp smacks, "Melba", "Hi Tide",
Inc. next harvest. This demand! however and next Sunday morning with NAUTICAL NOTES "Sou Wester" and "North Wester"
is being fought by Congressman : "Crusaders for the King" to con- berthed at the local docks en route
KEATHLEY HO\VUiX, Editor Peterson, who has introduced a bill : clude on the evening of April 16th from Fernandina to Carabelle.?
Moore Haven Democrat)
in the House which would allow with "It Can't Be Done; Let's Do Thursday morning the cruiser Saturday morning the yawl "Bob-;
Entered as second class mall mattt Florida to produce 50 per cent of It". 'The public is cordially invitedto "Helen II" of New York left here bil II" of Perth Amboy, N. J.,
February 1, 1927, at the Post Office In the total amount of cane sugar in h
hear all these messages. returned from Fort Myers: to Daytona j
Stuart
Clewiston, Florida, under the Act r..t for after spending
March 3, 1897.Subacrlptlon. the United States.It .Easter ;Music day [night at the local \\"ednes-I, to be refitted for her trip
docs seem unusual that although The morning service on Easter in the afternoon the : around South America. We under-

Rote $2.00' Per Year. the Everglades area is cap- will feature two special renditions ita" of New Haven, Conn., went 1 stand Mr. S. F. Briggs, engine
able' of almost immediately produc- by the choir. "Christ Arose", a through also bound for Stuart. manufacturer, is backing the ven-
AdT rtllllng Ratcn Oil Application. ing between 500,000 and 600,000tons beautiful 19th century hymn by Just before dark the shrimp smacks ture. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. D'Arton,

of sugar a year, our state Robert Lowry will be sung as a "Virginia D" and "Sea Queen" pass- the owners, were aboard and expectto
Devoted to the advancement and welfare should be permitted to produce only call to worship; and "Jesus Christis ed through en route to St. Augus- return in a couple of months on
of Clewiston and Hendry County. On the other hand, our the first leg of their long
80,000 tons. I Risen Today" a 14th century; tine. A short distance beyond here journey.
American government, by laws .enacted Latin poem set to the Worgan they met the 'cruiser "42 A 963"of In the afternoon the cruiser "Sa-r\
by American lawmakers, tune with Alleluia by Lyra David- I rah Ellen II"of Pensacola, Fla.,
Sunday is Easter. Don't fail to Fort Myers Beach en route home.
28 cent of the I came through en route to her home
Cuba
guarantees per ica, 1708 will introduce the ser-
attend at least one of the fine spec- She spent the night at the city
ial programs :which, are being arranged market; guarantees sugar cane pro- mon. At the evening service the I docks. port. Late in the evening the
for all Clewiston churches. duction, ,of 500,000 Cuban acres; I music will consist of ;He Lives OnHigh" The first visitor Friday was the shrimp smack "Mickey, Mouse"
guarantees an American market for by B. B. McKinney set toa passed through en route to Cara-
cruiser Stuart
"Selpan" of her
on
2,000,000 tons of Cuban sugar, and I Hawaiian folk and "One belle.
Mussolini now tries Hitler tactic! song way home. She also had berthed
and is ready to march into Albania. guarantees $125,000,000 of American Day" a modern Easter hymn by J. here Thursday night. Shortly after Early Sunday morning the speed
He may get another Ethiopian re- money annually to Cuban growers Wilbur Chapman and Chas. II. noon the cruiser "Kitty Anne boat "Harpoon" of Fort MyersBeach

ception. Marsh, both to be sung by the III" of Essex, Conn., returned from came through with the owner -
Notwithstanding all this injus- choir. Appropriate congregational
Fort Myers en route home. Captainand Miss Eva Rugg and the master,
The 1939 session of the Legisla- tice, the most surprising thing is singing will also be part of the Mrs. W. Van Nostrand return Floyd Moreland aboard. >|
ture Is well underway and bills are that the Florida Everglades can I Easter service. 4--
beginning to fall into the hopper produce sugar at lower cost to the The Lord's. Supper -----------
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In increasing numbers each day American consumer and yet pay the The Ordinance of the Lord's Supper I
However most of the first week is American standard of wages. II will be administered at th. '

spent in perfecting an organizationand Perhaps the :reason for the pres- I eleven o'clock worship hour on Eas- i 'llIIllllilj
no great amount of work is ent situation lies in the fact that I ter morning. The communion service -
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expected before next week. there is heavy Investment of American presented to the church by F ( o
capital in sugar plantations ni the Woman's Missionary, Society o

Ordinarily a pocketbook, well- Cuba, Philippines, Hawaii, Puerto will be dedicated at this time. 3 '
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filled, is considered one of the essentials Rico and other offshore areas.A Baptismal Service I IIIU
to a successful honeymoon question Mr. Senator and Mr. All members of the church who

trip but a well-known business man, Congressman: How much longer are awaiting Baptism are asked to 1v/c5'{ \
married this week, evidently felt will you continue to discriminate meet at the church at 2:15 o'clock 1

that he might get along alright against your United States and your Sunday afternoon to go to Moore _

without one. At least they're telling i Florida, ?Tampa Tribune. I Haven for the' Baptismal service. I I I ICI I I( -
that "Pop" Kelly arrived in Palm The public is cordially invited to

Beach sans billfold which he had attend this service.
left on the bed at home and that aG[!: m I,!VuV]immlfiimJm! : ;],;! Illmlmililmlmmmmlmill! ; !! !! l 1 ,: Special-Special Pa46CO into ob1ivio i
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he was frightfully worried for a .YB We wish to announce a special
time that he had been the victimof WITH THE' I series of services beginning Monday 1i
a pocketbook. evening, April 10th and continuing '- With Our Direct-Reduction Home
I ChurchesCOM3IUNITY I through Friday of that J
t Loan Plan each monthly payment
Jack Lamb, known the world's week. Dr. 'W.VI. Willian, State ,
foremost bass fisherman as was a LIDImil d I Sunday School Secretary for Florid 1 MY Y N1NEtoN cancels a portion of the loan. That
lijjjllilrn! ]!lrnm !ij J ilm r .\.\.01.14.
will be with us to bring inspirational 'fIJ
guest at the Inn the first of the 'E",,'fH OIJ" part is gone you pay no interest
week while trying his luck in CHURCH and educational addresses -
MONSNI.Y91RE
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Okeechobee tributary waters and Royal Palm Avenue I each night. Services will beginat \\"O C1 on Itand you are that much nearREOVCjioK -

taking moving pictures under a Forest C. Ta'lor. Minister 7:30 and the public is cordially er debt-Free home ownership. Ask

special permit from the Governor. I invited to attend. Nome Lpen
and shall receive further good
And he caught plenty of fish, took Easter morning communion at' Missionary SocietyThe plans you
plenty of pictures and was enthu- seven. I Woman's' :Missionary Society .- news about, our home loan plan. t;
siastic with Clewiston. In a radio Sunday school at 9:45. will meet on Tuesday afternoon at
talk made that night' in Clearwaterhe Easter worship at eleven o'clock.An I three-thirty here at the church for
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told that he took a movie in Easter message and a programof the regular monthly business 'meet
Clewiston of a mocking bird drink music by the choir. I ing. All ladies are invited to attend.

ing from a hydrant. You may be- A cordial invitation.. ex_ extended-' The executive' committee will meet Clewiston Federal Savings
to- in the Ion Monday at three-thirty at the ',
lieve that or not.PHOHIBITIXG. to, the public worship .
Community Church. church. All officers and committee- r rI
PRODUCTION chairmen please be present. I : and Loan Association

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH : There will be no mid-week serv- i I '

Our national lawmakers some- Corner Ventura and Central Avenue
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done to help pull the wool from 1 :::::: :.::';'

their eyes. For example, take their Services every Sunday: X
near-sighted attitude on productionof Sunday School, 9:45 a. m., B. I ...... '.'
sugar in Florida and the United E. Herring, Supt. :!::: ::::

States. Morning Worship 11:00. Ser-: :ii::::: ENJOY AN :tIi :::'

On the one hand, they pour mon- mon by the Pastor.
ey into Florida to be used for work B. Y. P. U. 7:00 p. m., V. C.I =1:l J', :'; \ .'

lelief. Yet by simply changing the Woodward, Director. I .
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::AS:: / ALL 'LECTRiC ;
restrictions, on the'sugar quota, Evening Preaching 8:00 p. m., I ( ::::

which at' present permits' Florida to Sermon by the Pastor. : ;: :., ,: \. J :; : .' ;, :',) J : **
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supply national less demand than ,one employment per cent of couldbe the Midweek day evening Service at 'every 8:00 p.vednes-I' lj* ;L/ H 0 M E i if' : -x:>

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given to as many as 100,000 The public is cordially invited to I ;

heads of families with incomefor attend all our services. .. .
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the citizens of the state of more! I .:..:. r,: ..' 4J. J I AX s: ;
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than $70,000,000 a year.. Easter SermonsAt : : .:.:::
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Under, present federal restric- the eleven, o'clock hour on
tions, production of sugar cane I Sunday morning, the pastor speaks I :::::: Electricity is the modern, servant; a servant that i] .

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1 (..:.. :..;MX..:.'XMXMHM>'X*<..H..XMX*'XM?<* : Gounod and "He '''Is Risen", an I I such a )league indicate that same made the latter part of last weekis

arrangement from Beethoven's would include three main groups, that Lake Okeechobee; as wellas

c, .:. Fifth Symphony., Pahokee, Belle Glade and Clewis- other fresh water streams and
::: and SOCIETY :;t: The eleven o'clock program will lon, with play alternating: each lakes of the state would be closed'
be as follows: week-end between the Clewiston to bass fishing during the specified
x f Cantata, "From Death Unto Golf Club and the La'ke Okeechobee closed season. '

\ L! Life", by R. M. Stults-choir Golf Club at Port Mayaca, for This opinion is much the same

J I,,! t i;_..;a...a..;a..;a..6;.._;..;a..6;.._;..;a..;a..a;..;...;...;...;...;.................u..h.U.U..u.u..u.u.u.u.u.u.u.u.--.u.u.u.;...............,............................................................................... Niblack withsolo, parts Hazel by prew'ttt.Irma Smith Francis, Mina a period either of five May or six 1st months or June beginning as Cary that D.given Landis last and year was by given the late at

fff Mr. and Mrs. M. 'V. Bigg spent Fostoria glass and Mrs. H. T. Wright and Robert Smith. 1st. A meeting to discuss the pos- the request of Governor Fred P.

I the week-end in West Palm, Beach. I Vaughn won an antimacassar' set as Easter Message-Rev. Forest C. sibilities of such a league. will be Cone who had been urged by tele- .....
cut prize. Mrs. Simpson was assisted Taylor. held 'shortly. grams from public officials and civ-
Mrs. F: R. Maxwell and son, in 'entertaining by her mother i Offertory. t \ \ ic clubs of the county to have a'

Van Bush, of Miami, spent Sunday Mrs. Olin Carleton. "Adore Him", Cherubim song, ATTORNEY GENERAL RULES decision made.
i here visiting Mr. and Mrs. Glen Following the games a delightful Gretchaninov-choir. NO BASS FISHING OX LAKE:

Etherton. buffet luncheon was served by "Hallelujah Chorus", Mount of T. ,
the hostesses to Mrs. Bestor; Mrs. Olives, Beethoven-choir. I Glades Democrat
( County
, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Alston, Harriet J. W. Francis, Mrs. R. Y. Patterson The same music will be presented ) Is Your Subscription Paid?
f and Joy Alston and Mrs. Gwendolyn Mrs. E. L. Stewart, Mrs. W. by the choir at the Methodist I Efforts made by local interests

Etherton visited in Moore Haven W. Perry, Mrs. F. Deane Duff, Mrs. church in Moore Haven at eight to secure an opinion from Attorney I
Sunday.: Claude L. Downs, Mrs. J. D. Bruce, o'clock Easter evening.Everglades General George Couper' Gibbs relative 1. M. COUSE ".
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to the validity of closing Lake
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Mrs. Otto Larsen, Mrs. F. M.
a Mr. and Mrs. Gideon Brown and I Wright, Mrs. '''. C. Owen and Mrs.- Okeechobee to black bass fishingfor Counselor and Attorney at Law
baby daughter have moved into H. T. Vaughn. Handicap the period beginning March
(iti i their new home on North Atlantic I l' 15 and ending May 20 met with Hopkins Building I
I Avenue. Tourney Is ClosedThe success so far as the opinion is con- I
; 1 MRS. JOHN ELMOREENTERTAINS Wednesdays and Saturdays
,- cerned but the opinion was riot in .
BRIDGE CLUB I
I! George Bestor, a student at Georgia line with the hopes 'of those inter- 9:30 to 4:00

i I Tech, is' here to spend the Easter Mrs. John Elmore entertained 1939 Everglades Handicap

', and vacation Mrs. Horace with: A.his BeStor.parents, Mr. members of her card club Wednesday Championship closed up books last ........................................................................................-......................................................-..........-....oc..'."-.........oc.-.......'."-.... rI -.......,
1\\ r afternoon. A lovely scarf wentto Sunday at- the Clewiston Golf Club I
I r I Mrs. R. C. Nowling who held with new champions in all departments ; ='
''i Mrs. W. F. Olin I This Tract i.'i' .
Simpson, Mrs. high score and a Pyrex pie plateto Emmett Shelley and Tom
I Carleton and Mrs. J. H. Pressley Mrs. G. E. Etherton for low. Shelley respectively, having replacedE. .t.
.] visited in Moore Haven Sunday Mrs. Elmore served a salad E. "Doc" VanLandingham and
:: Will small income this f
2; pay taxes plus a :!:
afternoon. course to Mrs. Nowling, Mrs. Ether- Louis Gold, 1938 winners, as
I I ton, Mrs. E. L. Hayes, Mrs. C. E. champions and runner-up. Neither :.?.:; year. One exceptional year made :..f: -
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Gale Libby of Minneapolis, Minn., Miner, Mrs. W. W.; Perry, Mrs. R. VanLandingham or Gold competedIn '
I I :!: $50 acre rent.
spent several days this week visiting M.. Hare, Jr., and Mrs. A. C. Carl- this year's play. per <

I l his grandmother, Mrs. E. A. <;on., Dr, S. J. Simmons (18)) of Belle I I 1 :N:,1
i I' Schult. Glade won second flight honors :: ;, THIRTEEN ACRES =i iy :

.1 1 ? 1 KellyHoodMiss withy 5 and 4 victory over Dr.J. .
Captain A. S.- Rush left Sunday
for West Palm Beach. He has been I .. W. Ezelle of Clewiston. Simmonswon ::.: Over 1 1700 feet highway frontage. :;:.
----<- his way to the finals with I .
1 I employed in the commissary del Marjorie Hood became the wins over Edgar Ezelle and Bill :;: Custard apple, disease free, never burned -, ::
l partment of the I ..i
sugar corporation
I j t for the past year. bride of E. E. Kelly in a simple Owen,. Jr. Ezelle, went .into the fin- :;?: especially adapted to tropical fruits. :
ceremony performed at the First als play with victories over H.
i I Baptist Church Thursday morningat Land and Connie Clark.
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Davis of I !
I :i l Washington; D. C., visited Mr. and nine o'clock, Rev. Marshall E. Other winners were Larry Nash I $150 per acre --- Terms i
Mines, pastor of the church, of-
(6) of Belle Glade over Ralph
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II Mrs. C. E. Nail Friday en route
J to Miami for a stay. Mr. Davis is I ficiating. Mr. and Mrs.' Thomas B. Kirk (11)) of Belle Glade, 2 and ? IY ?
(i I"' t Mrs. Nail's great-uncle. Shelley and Mr. and Mrs. CampbellE. 1, in the Championship Consolation Y
p p Nail were the, only .witnesses.The Owen Winn ((13)) of Clewis-
bride was attired in a white ton took honors in the Third Flightby
F. L. Hudson spent the week-end 1 i
ensemble with white accessories.Her JUEIBEARDSLEYReal
in Orlando with Mrs. Hudson, whois defeating Hudson Tillery (29)of
hat was a typical Easter bon- Clewiston, 3 and 2. .
recuperating from a major op '. ..
net of white straw with velvet rib-
eration. Their little daughter, Peg- Further tournament play at the

gy, returned with him. mode.bons and Her flowers corsage in was the prevailing of sweet- Clewiston club will be postponedfor :!: Estate Hopkins Bldg. :;:
the time being pending the pos-
heart hoses. Mr. Kelly y
wore a trop-
Miss Eleanor Luce, who is attend- sible formulation of definite plans .
ical white suit. I .
ing Florida State College .for Wo- Mrs. Kelly is the daughter of for an Everglades Golf League.,. I .:..:....:..:..:..:..:..:..:"=..:..:..:..:..:....:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:.
men in Tallahassee is expected
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Hood of Con-
home today to spend the Easter
cord, Georgia, and'has'made her
holidays with her parents, Mr.,, and ff J J I.AW' jp .. dI'"DH. .tF% "I"'J.
home in Clewiston for the past
Mrs. B. P. Luce.
three years. Mr. Kelly is, one of
the section's most progressive and .,
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: t Mrs. Carl H. Berner left Sunday CHEVROLET Thefly
active business He is .
men. presidentand
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for Foley, Alabama, -to visit Mrs.
l Lawrence LaFran for a few weeks.: majority owner of the low-priced car combining J
ton, Motor Company.
J\i>. Burner accompanied her to ClewiS-I
I West. Palm Beach, where she joined Mr. and Mrs. Kelly left
ately after the ceremony for "An Thats Best lowest Cost"1IN
s I spending Mrs. several LaFran weeks who there.has been stay in Miami. They will reside at .

1 upon their return in their new

1 I Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Lanier, .l\Ir: home on East Osceola Avenue.StoneHendry ; .T D.Y .r62W8 H ,.dtff _J"

and Mrs. Sidney Crochet, Sharon
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I Crochet, Mr. and :Mrs. R. .C. WIl-
I i l son and :Mr. and Mrs. C. -J. Lov- .
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I the Everglades Fair in Pahokee Miss Ann Hendry Wauchula, : '"
I. rnj. ; Saturday night. who has been visiting her brother, SALES :. ;
I I.. ,\ 1r Jas. Hendry here for the past three .

r Dr. B. A. Bourne returned on weeks, became the bride of Tracey :

j Monday from Jackson and Laurel, Stone, son of Mrs. Viola Stone of It The biggest selling 1939 model car In America-and moro than '
: Mississippi where he attended tha Clewiston on Saturday night of
Fifth Annual Chemurgic Conference last week. The vows were read by that-the biggest selling car for seven out of the last eight years!

of Agriculture, Industry and Science I County Judge James M. Couse in

which lasted several days. Several Moore Haven.
.I papers of interest with regard to Mr., Stone has made his home' in
the development of new products the vicinity of Clewiston for ''many
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and industries in the United States years and is well and favorably IN PERFORMANCE

d were presented.A known to everyone. He is employedin
the traffic department 'lot the r

group of Boy Scouts which included United States Sugar Corporation. rt -
Owen Winn, Sherwood Hall, The young couple will make their It's faster on the getaway It's better on the hills and a

, Ed VonMach, Felix Slonaker, Billy home in Clewiston. j much better all-round performer than other cars' In Its field.
: Davis, Bobby Broadfoot and Paul

Pullen with their Scoutmaster, G. :MRS. T. B. SHELLEY HOSTESSTO
M. Ford and his assistant, Charles EVENING BRIDGE CLUB \
Benson, attended a meeting, of the :
I" Moore Haven troop there Monday Mrs. T. B. Shelley was hostess to ; IN FEATURES.i'

night and extended an invitation! the' evening bridge club this week.
to the members of that troop to Her prizes and table accessorieswere
; visit Clewiston for a special meeting souvenirs of a recent trip to Exclusive Vacuum Gearshift New Aero-Stroam Styling New Bodies by PIsher New
;1 next week Nassau and were most attractive. It Longer Riding-Base Chevrolet's Famous Valve-ln-Hoad Six Perfected: Hydraulic Brakes

Miss Mae Palmer won 'high prize, New"Observation Car"Visibility Perfected Knee-Action Riding System with improved
II L r LKYDIGS CELEBRATE Mrs. B. J. Schroeder, low and Mrs Shockproof Steering (Available on Master De LUKe models only) Tiptoe-Malic Qvteh.I. .

i I 5iIXD ANNIVERSARY R. C. Nowling cut prize. All were
"I gifts of perfume.
I! 'I Wednesday was an eventful day Mrs. Shelley served a salad "
in the Leydig home, for Mr. and course to Mrs. ,;, ';" ,'.'1---/''..,.', :. -
Schroeder, Miss IN VALUE tff'-.., ,.\ i.\-\v-:
I Mrs. I. D. Leydig celebrated the Palmer, Mrs. Nowling, Mrs. C. E. :
I 52nd anniversary of their marriages Nail, Mrs. R. C. Wilson, Mrs. :W.
on that day. The day passed quiet H. Lanier, Mrs H. H.
i I ly and without formal celebrationas I Mrs. Roy Alston Turner and It Dollar for dollar, feature for feature, car for car, It gives you

this well-known and beloved couple I more for your money than any other car In Its priceflf jjgl
h i, marked another mile in a' long SPECIAL volume leadership.
II EASTER MUSICAT range thanks to Chevrolet's *EQUAL Mtm >v I and happy married life. COMMUNITY CHURCHThe

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.j I'i : WITH MORNING BRIDGE PARTYMrs. I will present a program of special Florida
I i, music at the sunrise communion All Chevrolets; Are Shipped to

' I I W. F. Simpson entertained service Sunda ymorning; and at the "
with a morning bridge party at her regular service hour at eleven o'. Not Driven...So" They Come to You Genuinely NEW!
i home on the
'I government reservation clock will present a new Easter
ii ; Friday, Tables were arranged 'Cantata "From Death Unto Life."
I in the living and dining room. A The sunrise service will begin

;' bouquet of mixed roses in the center at seven o'clock sharp and ivl!! Clewiston MOtOl Company

I of the lace-covered dining table last about forty minutes. The Junior /
: and other garden flowers decorated girls' choir! will; eiog the pro-

the rooms. ccssional and the senior choir sill .
i'' Mrs. H. A.% Ecator: received ,gia h' sing, "0.Moraot> Beauty front Clewist'ouI F1oia

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SYNOPSISMary sat, silent and contemplative, be- "So, Chris is-small tripe, is he?" droop of his mouth, the harassed sition.

tween Petey and Aunt Mamie. "It's Mary said to herself as she emerged expression in his eyes. James A. Garfield, tin 1880, t

Loring and her father, Jim, an Ineffectual all going off perfectly," she was from the cheerful stuffiness of the For the length of a block, they was a delegate to the conven-
attorney, meet a train which thinking to herself. And then, irrele- house into the cold, brisk air of plodded silently, wordlessly along tion which nominated him for
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brings his wealthy sister-in-law, unmarried wonder where Chris is
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vantly, just
Ldnnie Cotswell and her friend, Lelia then, taking her courage in her the presidency.
Ormsby, divorcee, for a Christmas visit. having dinner. I wonder if he'lldrop about the grandest thing I've ever hands, Mary said, "Something's
at home for them are Mary's in this afternoon." and I wish
Waiting seen, only I thought he "
worrying darling. What is it?
mother, her ;younger sister. Ellen; her fa you
ther's nagging maiden sister. Aunt Mamie, But three o'clock, four o'clock, might Silence, and then "Wellyou'llhave
and Peter, the baby of the family. At the then half after four came and went, "Mary!" shouted a voice from a Give Your Towels
Dr. Christopher Cragg helps the to know some time or, other,
depot I Chris had not shown I"
and up. passing car. "Mary!
guests with their luggage.CHAPTER I suppose. Mary, I'veI'vebeenlet Gay Fruit Motifs
"Well, girls," demanded 'Linnie, Mary looked up, her heart turn- out by the railroad."
"what shall we do with ourselves? ing one of those foolish somersaultsas
They were now in front of Laubersheimer's -
IContinued2 How about a miserable game of she 'recognized ChristopherCragg's
grocery, and, as if by one
three-hand bridge? disreputable
snowspatteredcoupe.
accord, came to a sudden halt, and
Aunt Linnie was in Mrs. Loring's "It's aU'right with me, Linnie," He brought the machine to faced each other, quite oblivious of \

arms now, and they were exclaim- Lelia agreed. "Where do you hide a stop, and leaped out. "Where are an occasional passerby. There was \ Nixxxx

ing and weeping and laughing all at your card table, Mary, and the oth- you going?" consternation written in'every young

the same tim ; then, Mrs. Loringwas er prerequisites for a little lady-like "Just-out," Mary replied, her curve of Mary's face; bewilderment

greeting Lelia, and drawing gambling?" dark eyes smiling up at him. "I've in the stricken eyes of her father.

them 'all into the hall, while Ellen "In the hall closet, Lelia. I'll get been in all day, and I thought it "
Peter rushed pell- "But, Dad! Mary began in a hurt
and
eight-year-old the table and some cards-although was about time I breathed some
mell down the bare steps with Bar- voice. "How could they let you out?
I bet there isn't a whole'deck in the fresh air.
How could they? You've been attor-
Pete's Airedale following at '
rie, house. and his friends
are
Petey Chris took Mary's arm, and
pro-
,ney for this district for fifteen
their heels. always playing Casino. But, I won- her txxxxxxIxxxxx
pelled towards his little car., !"
Mary looked towards the curb to der, would you mind" I "Well, come on, and breathe it with years "
Mr.
/Yes, Loring repeated dully,
see if Chris was pulling up. Yes, "If you didn't play?" finished Lin- me. I'm on my way out to see "for fifteen years, but they can always xxxxxxx: ,

there he was, opening'the door' of nie. "Certainly not, my dear. the Haeslip child on Johnson Road, let a man out-and they did. I i9rFV
the car, dragging out Linnie's and I'll take Lelia on for a thrilling bat- and intended to drop in at your I wasn't to-snuff
guess just up ,
Lelia's bags. She ran out to help tle at double solitaire." house after I'd made ,my call. How Mary, and now I don't know which '4y f X1',1
him, insisting on carrying three of about it?'I The call won't take, }*
"I thought I'd like to take a long. way to turn. We've depended almost }}
the smaller pieces, while he swoopedthe
You don't mind going along, do
other'six into his grasp."Isn't walk, Mary explained. "I haven'tbeen entirely on my salary from
out all day. Here, Lelia, is you? the railroad for the past five years.
she the loveliest" thing you'veever the table, and two perfectly mangy And inside his car, Chris' shabby They said I wasn't aggressive

seen, Chris? whispered Mary, decks of cards." laprobe wound about her legs, Chris' enough-that I just didn't have } xx1xxxxxxx

as they slipped and'slid over the Mary slid into her Lapin coat; laughing blue gaze upon her, she enough-fight in me. But Lord, .IC.JC.IC
walk to the house.CHAPTER .
icy then hesitated before the hall mir- thought, "This is happiness, no mat- Mary, I didn't have the heart to

ror for an instant to pull the brimof ter what Aunt Linnie thinks. Going fight in those last two cases. My xxxl

HOn her soft felt hat down over one with Chris to make a call in the sympathies were with theotherside. .- ._ .
Christmas afternoon -..... 'ud.c.
eye. Linnie, glancing up, regardedher country on .
Christmas day there were gifts through a ring of cigarette knowing he's coming back home "It's because you're so darned Pattern 6037

for everybody-a sled and skates smoke. "You're a 'pretty thing, with me and perhaps staying for good, and fair, Daddy," Mary said

and a warm leather windjammer for Mary," she said thoughtfully. "Just supper-just sitting beside him and i compassionately, "but somethingwill Here's your chance to add colorto

Pete; a sweater for Aunt Mamie what are you going to do with your hearing him talk! I don't want any- turn up, ,dear. We'll get along. the kitchen in the simplest off

from Mrs. Loring; six yards of life? Settle down here in Hawkins- thing better than Chris-ever, as I'm going to write stories and arti- stitchery. Do the large fruit in

heavy brown silk to be made into a ville and marry Chris Cragg, or long as I live" cles and things, and maybe I'll be applique or outline stitch and let

dress for Mrs. Loring, the gift of whatever his name is? Or strike It was the first week in 'January, making money soon. Mr. Jenkinsof the cross-stitch (4 and 8-to-the-

Ellen and Mary; ties and gloves anda out for bigger and better things?" and the Loring household had at last the Courier has already acceptedtwo inch) give the finishing touch.

muffler for Mrs. Loring; books A deep scarlet suffused Mary's' settled back into I its usual routine. of my book reviews. I was go- Make them for the bride-to-be but

bought at Hormel's at cost for Aunt face and neck. "MarryChrisCragg Linnie Cotswell and Lelia had departed ing to wait, and let you read themin here's fair warning, you'll want to

Linnie and Lelia; stockings and a ?" she repeated" slowly. for New York three days aft- the paper-surprise you and keep them yourself! In pattern

sweater each for the girls from their er Christmas, and it was almost Mother, but now, I think you should 6037 you will find a transfer pat-.

parents. "He's the only "eligible man in with a,feeling of relief that the Lor- know. Of course, he paid only ,two tern of< six. motifs averaging 4 by .&.
the isn't he? countered Lin-
the town
Lelia who had from ,
slipped ing'family had seen them go. Linnie dollars apiece for them, but his accepting 10 inches and the applique pattern .'
room, unnoticed, now returned, her nie distributing her cards into seven material -
and Lelia were charming, amusing, them at all goes to show I pieces; color suggestions;
arms laden with long, narrow boxes. good company, but to have them as have some ability. Don't you thinkso requirements; illustrations of

"I'm afraid you'll think I was terribly guests was an expense the Lorings ?"' stitches used.

unoriginal" in my, little Christmas could ill afford. "Mary, dear, it takes years and To obtain this pattern, send 15

offerings, Lelia was saying." Mary had returned to her post at1 years for authors to make a livingat cents in coins to The Sewing Cir-

"You see, they're all the same. Hormel's rental library. She sat their writing. And, darling; you cle, Household Arts Dept., 259

And, with a smile, she extended a there now, looking over the mem- haven't had any training ." West 14th St., New York, N. Y.
box to Mrs. "For Janet -
Loring. you
bership cards, jotting down the titles Mary smiled grimly. "But, Dad, Please write your name, ad-
with deal of love and
a great ;
of the books Mrs. Cyrus Phipps I have had training-of sorts! Hav- dress and pattern number plainly.
for Miss Mamie
you, had telephoned to reserve for her, ing been penned up in Hormel's
A second later, Mary was tearing 'Ti her thoughts going back in retrospect book shop for the past four years,
aside the tissue on the flat oblong I I Boomerang From Egypt
over the week that had just I've, read everything worth while
box which Lelia had proffered her. passed. Aunt Linnie had soughther that's been published in that time,

There were gloves inside-doeskin,' out in her bedroom the last and besides, I've-I've written a few You'd better duck when you say f

brown, hand-stitched, the kind that night of her stay, and extended to short stories, myself." the boomerang is a native prod-
Lelia, herself, wore-the kind that to'return uct of Australia. the
1 her a glowing invitation to "Darling, don't pin your hopes to'a Although
Mary had seen advertised in Vogue, New York with boomerang is generally associated
her-perhaps, even, dream. It takes so long to make
but had never thought she'd pos- 1i to go to Miami later on; but Mary good at anything. Besides," and with Australia, it did not originate

sess. 1 had refused. She was warmed by here he squared his shoulders witha there, but in Egypt. Picture draw-
"How nice of you, Lelia! she ex the memory of Christmas afternoon, gallantry that flooded Mary's ings of Egyptians hunting ducks

claimed. "But how in the world when, after their call on the Hae- heart with pity, "I'm the father of with a boomerang have been discovered -

did you"know that I wear a six anda slip child, she and Chris had returned ,the family. God knows, I should be in tombs that were dug

half? home for supper which they able to support you all.-Mary?" ,long before the time of Christ.

"And that I take seven?" demanded had all taken part in preparing."I "Yes, Dad?"

Ellen. wonder if it'd be all right for "I don't want your mother to

"Ah, that's due to Aunt Linnie's me to call Chris up and tell him ,know-until it's absolutely necessary. How Womenin

excellent bookkeeping," Lelia returned his book is in," she thought. "He's I've let her down so terribly.I've .

with a laugh. "Perhaps she's asked about it several times." let her down about this-and so Their 40's

never told you, but she keeps a little With an almost guilty feeling, she many other things. I'm a failure,

book in which she has jotted down picked up the telephone and called Mary. Your father's a failure." Can .Attract MenHere's
the size glove stocking and frock
Christopher Cragg's number. "Per-
"Don't, Dad! Don't talk that way,
each one of you wears! haps," she thought, "I'm just find- dear. You've been the finest hus- good advice for a woman during her
change (usually from 38 to 62), who fears
"If only I could always have_ ing an excuse to call him, but I band and the dearest father in the she'll lose her appeal to men, who worries

things like this," Mary was saying "I don't mother to want to hear his voice. I. want to world-and a man who is those about hot flashes, loss of pep, dizzy spells'
want and moody spells.
your upset nerves
to herself.., "If only I could travel, know." hear his voice!" things can't be a-failure. But wewon't Get more fresh air 8 hrs.sleep and if you
meet interesting people, do things, need a good general system tonic take LydiaE.
And when she did hear it, an in- tell Mother just yet, darling.We'll Pmkham's Vegetable Compound, mado
go places! I believe I'm becoming disorderly piles. "But I bet he'snot stant later, she experienced a sud- smile when we go in the house, especially for vomtn. It helps Nature build
discontented with Hawkinsville and resistance, thus helps more
so eligible, at that. Probably den panicky paralysis, and was un- and we'll pretend everything's lovely up vivacity physical to enjoy life and assist give calming
Main street and pot roasts! I wish makes about ninety dollars a month able, for a brief second, to say any- -and that we just happened tQ< jittery nerves and disturbing symptoms that +
I could do something! I wish I could often accompany change of life. WELL
"
"
from his precious practice! thing in response to his "Hello. meet on the way home. WORTH TRYING -
dance act-or write! Of
or course,
Mary's lips straightened into a "Chris," she finally brought out,
I have been writing for but
years,
firm defiant line. "He took in a is Your book in
"this
Mary. came CHAPTER HI
the stories have been so putrid thatI The Great Need Space
hundred and forty dollars last this morning. Do you still want it?"
either destroyed them after the An acorn cannot make much
second reading or later when month, she returned in a low voice. "Qh, hello there, Mary! Chris Christopher Cragg did not show up headway in a, flower pot.
in her heart her
something urging
they'd been hurled back at me by replied, his professional tone cast at Hormel's that afternoon, and Ma-
to rush to the defense of Christopher
aside his voice all warmth and
at least six editors! Thank heavens, ry, frantic over the news her father
nobody's ever suspected I wanted to Cragg. "And that's doing pretty friendliness now. "Yes, you bet I had just told her, almost forgot, fora

be a writer, and that, so far, it just well, considering he's been" in prac- still want it. Can you hold it for time, his failure to appear. She coon '
short while.
tice
hasn't worked! Why, the family'd only"a me? I'll drop in some time this eve- had determined to embark, upon her DRUG ,
"Huh! grunted Aunt Linnie, slap- STOICS ,
tease me to death if they knew! ButI ning before your closing time. "career" that very day, and duringher .
ping an ace of diamonds on the ta lAKSt ,
believe I'll try again! It's been "Yes, I can hold it till then," lunch hour at home had huntedup song
ble. "That isn't enough to keep a
two months since the last script beauty like you in shoes! You'd Mary replied in brisk, businessliketones. Ellen's typewriter, dusted it off, .w1..N J..11

came to an ignominious end in the better go back to New York with "Good-by." and inserted a new ribbon, which .vlaa'I

furnace. I simply must make my- dear and hitch She motionless at her desk fora she found in Ellen's desk drawer. sof13hrisgs
me, my your wagon
self write something worth while, to a star. Don't, by all that's holy, moment after she had hung up, She had been reading, for monthson hssedRelier'
and get myself places! Look at Aunt i let yourself be satisfied with small the warm blood coursing throughher end, the "short-shorts" appear-

Linniel I Then, look at Aunt Mamie! tripe." veins. "Even hearing his voice ing in a weekly magazine. She had i

Now, there are two examples of "Don't worry, Aunt Linnie," Mary does things to me," she told herself. even submitted to' its editor threeor .

what can be done with a life ." retorted, pulling on the gloves Lelia "Oh, Chris! Chris! I love you so four of her own. The results,

The Loring Christmas dinner wasa had given her that morning, and terribly!" however, had invariably been dis- mODERnIZE

success. Phrony positively out- reveling in their touch. "Chris Then, suddenly seeing a familiar, couraging. Always, after a two

did herself with perfectly roasted hasn't proposed yet. Besides, I'm figure pass the Hormel display win- weeks' wait, the scripts had been Whether you're planning a party

turkey, golden brown and succulent nothing 'to be entered in a beauty dow, she jumped up and ran to the returned to her, a printed rejectionslip or remodeling a room you should
oyster stuffing that would have contest!" door. "Dad!" she called. attached to their leaves. follow the advertisements...to leunwhat's

:tempted the most fastidious of epicures -I Linnie Cotswell halted herself in Mr. Loring wheeled about, and "Well, I'll try again," she told new..and And the place cheaper..andbetter. to find out

; cranberry jelly in the shapeof the act of placing the three of Mary could tell by the expression herself. "Most writers admit, after about new things is right here in

a star; plum pudding and rich, spades on the deuce. "Oh, but you on his tired face that he had not they've reached ,the top, that they this newspaper. Its columns are i .

- rum-flavored hard-sauce. are!" she returned. "And I want to wanted her to see him. "Are you had ,from- ten to' twenty rejections I.tilled I.which with should important read regularly.messages *

Mary,-a little tired from her whirl talk to you about it before I leave on your way home to lunch?" .she before their first acceptance." I you

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underclothes. Scanty meals, 23-31, 38, 39)). The world owes no man any-

fireless grates, and strict teetotal- Reviewing Israel's history, Paul thing who does not serve it. Atom Upon Atom

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. splendid gift he had just received. highest bidder for trash, the following ry County, Florida, for a decree and
Bass Fisherman ] "Pop" and "Mom" Mutrux, as described real property in Hendry license to manage, take charge of ,
Champion County, Florida, to-wit: and control her property, and to be- \',
1cr they are affectionately known here, SEtf of, the SWU of the SE/, come a free dealer in every respect t
I II will be greatly missed from the of Section 23, Township 43 South, .
Range 34 East: --
community, but their many friendsare W% of 'the NEU of the NE'4 of

rejoicing in their'splendid-po' Section 35. Township 43\:,"South' NOTICE OK SAM': OF TAX
?> m Range 34 East
sition and location{ 'near their old : CERTIFICATESNotice
EW: of the NW& of the NEU cf
'lome' and relatIve Section 35, Township 43 South,
Rang 34 East; is hereby' given that 'I. G.
I KMf of the SW>4 of the NEJof Shuman has filed with me written request -
Section 35, Township 43 South, that the tax certificates' together
flange 34 East: with all subsequent omitted or
Is Your Subscription Paid? W&of;: the SWM, of the NE',4 levied taxes held by the State be advertised fl
1 of Section -Township 43; South, and sold to the highest bid-
Range 34 East: der for cash as provided by House
E'/fc of the 'SEVi of the NE1/ Bill 396 of the 1937 Acts of the Leg-
of Section 35, ,Township 43: .South. islature, upon the following described
I Range 34 East: real estate In the County of Hendryv
LEGAL NOTICES W r n of the 'SE'i of the NE'A State of Florida. to-wlt
of ;,Section 35, Township 43 South, All Section 34, Township. 4t S.,
v % : Range 34'East: Range 33 E.
S!,a'iCvi KVi of the NEVi of the' NtV14 I Said Tax Certificates together with
of Section 35, Township 43 South, all subsequent omitted or levied taxes
NOTICE:: Range 34 East: : will be sold to the highest bidder at ,
:W'/j of the.'NEtt of the N\YJ.4 the Court House door in LaBelle,
Notlc" Is hereby given that the -of Section 35, Township 43,' South, County of Hendry, State of Florida. if
Board of Public Instruction of Hend- Range 34 East: on the 25 day of March, 1939 at. t
rv: County, Florida, :on the 2d day E5: of the SWU of the NW% 11:00 A. ]or.
of May A. D. 1939, will receive bids of Section 35, Township 43 South, Dated this 10 day of March, A. D.
I until twelve noon for the purchase of Range 34 East: 1939. : ,

;,' .g c n $33,000.00 Special Tax School DistrictNo. Wl&- of the SW'i of the NW%. (SEAL) WILLIAM T. HULL, .:
7, Hendry County bonds, said of ,Section 35. Township 43 South, Clerk Circuit Court '
bonds being in denomination of Range 34 East: Hendry County, Florida. '
I $1,000.00each, said bonds bearing interest E' of the SErof the' NW'i
at the rate of six per cent per r I I of (Section 35, Township 43 South, March 10, 17, 24.
annum payable semi-annually and r Range 34 East:
pe ao, maturing follows:' $1,000.00 on July \V, of the SE of the N'VJ,4 ------- - -

1st of the years 1941 to 1953, Inclus- of .Section 35, Township 43 South,
IEI ive: and $2,000.00 on July 1st of the Range 34 East: NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY
years 1953 to 1963, inclusive. All bids E% of the NE'/i of the SW& ;FOR PASSAGE OF I
should be addressed t$ S. A. Graves, of 'Section 35. Township 43 South, SPECIAL OR LOCAL LEGISLATION
Superintendent of Public Instruction Range 34 East:
Hendry County, Florida, LaBelle N% of the NW'/i of the SW'/t
Florida, and marked: Bids for the of Section 35, Township 43 South, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That I
purchase of bonds. Range 34 East; at the session of the Legislature of
The Board reserves the right to SWVi. of the NW'i of the SW'A Florida to convene in April, 1939
reject any and all bids. of i Section. 35, Township 43 South, application will be made for the
MRS. HOMER TAYLOR, Range 34 East; passage of special or local legislation -
Chairman, Board: of Public SE'A of the NW% of the SW& the substance' of which will be
Instruction, Hendry County, of Section 35, Township. 43 South, as follows:
Florida. ; Range 34 East;
ATTEST: I W% of the SWJof the SWU AN ACT RELATING TO THE
of Section 35, 43 South CITY OF CLEWISTON, IN HEND-
S. A. GRAVES, f { Township RY COUNTY, FLORIDA AND
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34 East
r! Range
Superintendent of ;
RATIFYING, VALIDATING
Public Intruction, E1 of the SEU of the SWU AND
,, ... .. CONFIRMING ALL ACTS AND
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of Section
Florida. 35. Township 43 South
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I Hendry County, j
PROCEEDINGS TAKEN IN THE
: :; : ; April 7, 14, 21, 28.A'OTICE. Range '134 East: CREATION. ORGANIZATION AND
I Jack Lamb shown with a string eight-pounders taken on a 'recent W% of the SEU of the. SWU GOVERNMENTAL FUNCTIONING

fishing 'trip near Lake Charles, La. I of Section 35, Township 43 South, OF SAID CITY AND THE CORPORATE I
Range 34 East:
EXISTENCE THEREOF. -
I EVfc' of the the of
NEU of SEU AND ALL TAX LEVIES, ASSESSMENTS -
Jack Lamb had secured as high a percentageof Section 35, Township' 43 South, AND SPECIAL AS-
34 ,
Range East
Notice is,, hereby given that the ; SESSMENTS AND ALL TAX
combat fliers from the number Wj of the NEU of the SEU
SALE CERTIFICATES
HERETO-
Public
Board of Instruction of Hend
trained as they have claimed.He ry County, Florida, will on the 2d of Range,Section 34 East 35, Township 43' South, FORE MADE OR ISSUED BY

(Continued from Page One) closed by saying that America day of :May 1939, until' twelve noon, E% of the SWU; of the SEU SAID LAWS CITY OR: AND PARTS REPEALINGALL OF LAWS
t receive scaled bids for the construction -
should of her advances in of 'Section 35, Township 43 South,
Mr" be proud L of a certain school building at IN CONFICT WITH THE PRO-
Okeechobee Lamb
reported that Range 31 East;
VISIONS OF THIS ACT.
aviation ,and her ability to produce Clewlston, Florida A certified check
he had not as yet seen Lake Okee or bid bond in the amount of $500.00 Wi of the SWU of the SEr% DATED this 7th day of March 1939.
enough planes to sell to foreign of (Section 35, Township 43 South, ELBERT L. STEWART
,
chobee and must accompany each bid for it to
went on to say that his I Rapge 34 East:
countries and still manufacture Representative,
be considered. Plans and specifica-
method of fishing was to seek out EtA ef the SEU of the SE'of Hendry County
tions be obtained from L. Phil-
the smaller streams'rarely visitedby enough for our own use. lips Clarke.may Architect, West Palm Range Section, 34 35,East Township 43 South, March 10, 17, 24., 31, April 7.
:
Only two members of the Kiwanis I
Beach, Florida, upon the payment of '
other fishermen and that he was W of the SEU of the SEU
Club were absent from the meet $20.00. The sum of $15.00 will be refunded of Section 35, Township 43 South,
always successful in finding bass. when the plans and specifica
34 East
Range
elected :
ing. J. F. Tippey was vice-
He said there was no question but tions have been returned to the Ar E/z of the NEJof the NEU
president to take the place of R. N. chitect in good condition.All .
that this section was one of the of Section 1, Township 44 South, .
bids should be addressed to
Smith who has been forced to retire Range 34 East;
best of the remaining black bass S. A. Graves, Siioerintendent of Public Wof the NEU, of the NEyt
fishing grounds but added, "Don't' from the club. Instruction, Hendry County, Flor of "Section '1',: Township 44 South,
ida, LaBelle, Florida and marked: Range 34 \\East: '
advertise it too much or there'llbe Bids for the construction or. school- Eye of the NWU of the NEU

thousands of fishermen in hereto Mr. and Mrs. Mutrux building. of Section 1; Township 44 South,
The Board reserves the right to Range 31 East
try and take it away from us."' reject any and all bids. :
W% of the NWU of the NEUofs'
:\ Lamb's trips are sponsoredby Leave For LouisianaMr. MRS. HOMER TAYLOR, Section 1, Township 44 South,
Chairman, Board of Public
Range 34 East
) ;
the Gulf Oil
Corporation and
Instruction, Hendry County,
EVj'of the SWU of the NEU
while his title is something of an Florida.ATTEST of- Section 1. Township 44 South.
'
accountant, his real business seemsto and Mrs. E. P. Mutrux left S. : Range 34 East:
A. GRAVES, \V4 of the SWU of the ''NEU
be that of a good will ambas Monday morning for Jeanerette, Superintendent of of{,' Section 1, Township 44 South-
sador. He has fished more than Public Intruction, Range 34 East: _
Louisiana, where :Mr. Mutrux has Hendry' County, Florida. '
.Wof the NEU of the NWU r.
C.500 lakes in the United States .,' '
accepted a position with a April 7, 14. 21, 28. of, Section 1, Township 44 South
Canada and Mexico and in nineteen sugar I Range 34 East:

years he has not missed a day company. ". Mr. Mutrux has been as "f.Jz: of the NWU of the NWUof
I Section 1, Township 44 South, thsE
AngUs
fishing unless prevented by illness sociated with the United StatesSugar NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE Range 34 East;

from doing so. He is said to have corporation here for several 'NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that >E% of the SW 14 of the NWU
I of!. Section 1, Township 44 South,
caught more than 50,000 bass and years as'mill engineer and was the undersigned Special Master in Range 34 East; Owning your own home is real
Chancery by virtue of the
final decree
is known to have '.caught and put held in high esteem by his associ of foreclosure entered in that -W1% of the SEU of the NWUof. economy because you save the

back more than 35,000. He doesn't ates. On the last day of his 'employment certain cause pending in the Circuit Range.. Section 34 East 1, Township 44 South, landlord's profit. Any family needing -

like to eat fish and seldom bringsin at 'the sugar house the cuit Court of of Florida the Twelfth, in and Judicial for Hendr Cir to sa.tlsfy'said decree; and all costs.. home.will do well to look at

one unless for a friend. 'workers there presented him with I County, in Chancery being Case No. ': JOHN K. WOOLSLAIR, our selection of homes and buy

His articles on fishing have appeared a' fine gold watch engraved "To Corporation 825, where, a Reconstruction corporation organized Finance 'f.. 'Special Master in Chancery.. before real estate values increase

in some of the leading magazines Eugene P. Mutrux from friends of and existing under the laws of the EVANS, :MERSHON & SAWYER further. We will gladly help you

of the nation and Clewiston Sugar House. 1939." Mr. United States, is plaintiff, undo G. C. FirsU National Bank .Building attain debt-free ownership of your ,
are regular Miami Florida,
Bantz '
as Trustee, and others named
features of Colliers and This Mutrux was deeply appreciative of i in the bill, are defendants, will, on: Solicitors .for Plaintiff. home thru payments like rent. r t

.Week, a magazine supplement 'to the gift, which came as a complete r Monday, 'May 1, 1939, between the March'31, April 7, 11, 21, 1939.
hours of eleven o'clock, A. M., and
,, the New York Herald-Tribune. He surprise to him and in responding two o'clock, P. M., at the front door Clewiston Federal

has a169' written a number of bookson said that he would always cherish I I' of the County Court House in La- I
: his friends in Clewiston Belle, Florida, offer for sale and sell i it
fishing the best known of which= and the at 'public outcry,' to the best :and I NOTICE_ I Savings and Loan

is probably "Tricks To Catch Fish". ,
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NOTICE is hereby given that Beryl
He is an expert at handling Report Of County Finances Bowden intends to apply to the AssociationOpen
fly rod or casting rod and is called Hendry County For Judges of the Circuit Court for Hend- I

upon many times for exhibitions of The Year Ending September 30 1938.
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his skill. However, he claims that : : -

the ability to toss a plug or fly into reported Report to of the County Finances' for the year ending September 30, 1938. as :............................ .-. .. ..........................-..........-......-......-..........-......-........................."..."................
Comptroller by the Clerk 'I
the Circuit Court and the Board of
exact spot where it is wantedis County Commissioners of Hendry
County, Florida, and is hereby published ;
not the only requisite to catchingbass. under provisions of Chapter 6813, Acts of 1915, Laws of Florida. I ?

Proper manipulation of the J. M. LEE Comptroller. I I :i::1 j ] :

plug, is more important. Clear water COX OLiDATIO\-; OF ALL FUNDS ADMINISTERED BY v

is also important, as, is stealth. COUNTY COMMISSIONERS v

Most fishermen, Lamb claims, RECEIPTS

scare away the bass before they Cash Balance. October 1, 1937..J-__._..____-._.____._______.. $ 7618.00 f_ i if .i/
ever start casting. Current Ad Valorem Taxes _..__-.-__._.._.._._______.___.? 13986.32 CLEWISTON60LF i
Tax Redemptions ----.,._-,-----.-_._____J...__.__.. 2,169.57
Mr. Lamb used only one bait during Licenses ----.-.-.._.______.....,..._.._..._____._._...___._..__..._.____... 2,114.82 f ..
his fishing here this week Excess Fees (County Officers) ___.._---,._____...._._ 418.81 :!: ; :
a Fines and Forfeitures .__..._._.......______.____.w_::_._ 2,613.00 I .
.
stock Al Foss shimmy wiggler No. Racing Commission ....-.:___.__________.___._____._ 20251.15 ; COURSE : ..z.i .
6 with a two inch pork rind and Miscellaneous Receipts ...___.__,._____.___?,.___._._..__....__ 609.17 .in .
Refunds; Sale of Bonds, Investments ____. ; I
buck Etc. _._.___. 46,500.00 :: 'x :
grey tail. Total Receipts _...--...._.___.._._.__..____:._.__.___.._..__..____.._-"_$ 88662.84 i :;:w.- '..

cellent In addition action to pictures getting on some bass ex- Total Available ..-.-.--..-:.-.-.--..-.,....-......--.....:.-.;-\::.....:-::...-:...-. ---........-.$ 96.280.84: :i: c. ; I :::

fishing while hero Mr. Lamb also .:. ""Z"
I f
tccurcd:: a number of fine shots of

native. birds. He appeared at an General Aclmluistinlion _...__..__._RXI'ENJITUIU....__..__.....___._..__..;.__.....___...I..._..._t 10.095.03 I ,; :.0./
exhibition of casting in Clearwater Law Enforcement & Court Costs __.....____._._-'-__:._ 14505.07 .
:yesterday afternoon Road and Bridge Expenditures ____._.._.......,.._:!L'__.:_. 41,164.27 y
and gave an Welfare (All Phases) ._..._.____...___________:....._.....:...:- 4098.99
illustrated lecture under the. aus- Agriculture & Publicity ....?.-..--?-.-..,...._._........._____._._..._.__.. 1,912.95

pices of the Clearwater Garden Miscellaneous Expenses _.-_ ._.__...:.-..____.__;_....,_' _. ...._' '._; ,r 1,200.00 153.40 ttie

Club last' night.Wright Temporary Debt _.._...__......._....._..._,__...??.-.....__....._.._...___...__ .__..._._.__ I to ( Public J
Funded Debt. Including Interest ____.__._._._.__...__....:.._.._Y' 4,686.00
Other Debt Expenses! .
Speaks Investments : _.._...::::::::::-.::= :::-.,.-::::::::--::: :-.:==:::::::::::::: ......_-. 9.25. .,. 1

Unpaid Bills, October 1. 1937 ____.______._.___..._..____....,. _._...___.. I v >
Total Authorized Expenditures __--'-_.__.____._.__ 86824.96 y
Loss Bills Unpaid Sept. 30, 1938 _.__N_"..__ __._._____ 4,668.00 I h
(Continued From Pago One) Not Disbursements ....W-.___.._,_.____...____._._._.__.__. ...._.-_...,..__..._.,_..._......._$ 82156.96 + }
now been increased, Mr. Wright Cash Balance, September20,1933 .,...______-.:.:.:-.___._:.._._.....__..._.__ .14,123.88Total '( ;' ':.

said, to between ten and twelve.It Disbursements and Cash Balance :-N_____... ._-....:--.. .--._...$ 96,280.84- :;: .. :f:'
had also :
been discovered that ,

combat planes of metal .
were not so ,. .f.
effective as those made from wood ASSETS fi +

and fabric which could withstand Value of County Buildings and Equipment ---..----.--..---.-...-.-...-:.._........$155.890.00
Value of County Ho-id Equipment ._.__.___......_....._.....____.._._._:..--=:..._._.. 6000.00( :i= Moderate Green Fees :::
much more gun-fire. < Investments '''-......................--....-...._.__'__.._..__.....______.____._-....._._. 1500.00
He told of the precision training : : Exceptional Fairways
LIABILITIES "
each year in Texas of more than I Unpaid Bills or Vouchers, September 30, 1938 .-._....._.__.__._._:_.;_..._._$ J.668.00 !
a thousand student fliers and of i Bonds Outstanding, September 30, 1938 _-.._......._.____..._.._.........e-...___._.. 76,000.00 ;_. Interesting Greens
this number only from five to ten .tudgments. September. 30, 1938 .....---..-_--..-....___.._.__.__.. _......,._..__... __.._..._..__ :i= : ,I : ,
I Other !.= cbtc.ncta, September; 80. 1938 --..-.._- ..:....... : ._ .:............_. ....... ; ,
Percerf t ,>nado goad I icbpiba: .' .j.flyers.He ... : .7.-- h_ '= "i5-" '
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.i01t soe'dbi
VheVo -
: 'expressed doubt that Gdimariy von)6d BU.Ynvectntctg, Mnlsirttroi. )/. t3to Board --- .
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