The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: April 14, 1939
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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. : ,; Representative Elbert L. Stewart Can Employment Be Created By Restricting ,\\... Moran, vice-president and Probably at n

;) of, Clewiston introduced a bill into I general manager of the United ears has the sac ..

i the House of Representatives Wed- Production? States Sugar Corporation announced leen so' fittingly c : 'i

nesday to create a new set-up. for this week that the 1938-1939 iston as it was thj j

the fire control district in the Everglades The answer is an emphatic and vociferous NO, but hardly a day, sugar harvest season in the Ever I xcellent programsof {

and providing an annual and never a week, passes without the cry from Washington that private glades would close next Friday, the churches on {_- #

h appropriation of $75,000 to fight enterprise is not fulfilling its responsibility toward easing the great April 21 and that, the last sugar and during the p '

fires in the eleven counties embraced -I problem of unemployment. At the same time this loud and vigorous would come from the hoppers some- were all enjoyed i ;

,; ''i by the Everglades Drainage Dis- cry goes up, Washington is prohibiting private enterprise in Florida time Saturday. rowds.. ar;

trict: Hendry, Glades, Dade, Brow-I from relieving the unemployment situation to the extent of upwards of Although the exact productionfor The .
100,000 heads of families who would be enabled to earn self-respecting observance of
; I; ard, Collier, Highlands, Martin, the season will of course not I Gil
Catholic 'r
livelihoods, on an American standard of living, by supplying sugar, a !
Ii Monroe, Okcechobee, Palm Beach \ I be known prior to the closing date,
non-surplus crop, to their fellow Americans. early in the week wi\
it and St. Lucie. i the has been -
The pieces of this Government created puzzle do not fit together, season the most suc- Mass on Palm, Sunday| ,
The bill was approved Thursdayby so let us ,examine the facts and see what the results are. cessful of any to date and has run ((Masses at 7:30 each

the committee, on canals and The Federal Register, the official publication of the United States for several weeks longer than any ;Monday, Tuesday and

drainage and is expected to 'go to Government, 'on April 5, 1939 carried notice of "Proposed Findings of previous season. The tonnage of :t:mornings. On Thursday a

a vote of the House within a few! Fact, Conclusions, and Order With Reference to the Allotment of the cane ground for the season according ''ritualistic I service was held an

days. 1939 Sugar Quota for the Mainland Cane Sugar Area". The notice is |'' to previous estimates will run !Good Friday
morning the Mass
ii quite long, giving in great detail, a statement of the basis for the order was
I The bill provides for a commission considerably more than 80,000 tons. II of the Presanctified.On .
l; which concludes the notice. The proposed order, in so far as it affects I Harvest conditions have been ideal
to supervise the work in the Good Friday evening one of
Florida sugar producers, reads as follows:
district to be composed of one and the long period of drought has the most impressive of the week'sservices
j I "Sec. 1. The sugar quota for the mainland cane sugar area ,
j member from each of the eleven done no damage to other than very
is hereby allotted to thefollowing processors in the amounts I II were held at this church
counties and one member to be which appear opposite their respective names: --- young cane where growth -has been I with the ceremony of the Stations

named from the governor's cabinet. ,I I Fellsmere 'Sugar Prod. Association 4,550 tons retarded to some extent. i IO( the Cross and with a special

These commissioners would be allowed United States Sugar Corporation 59,433 tons. Not only has the cane yield been I sermon by Fr. L. J. Flynn, "The

to employ the chief fire "Sec. 2. The above mentioned processors are hereby prohibitedfrom greater this season than ever before ,:Victory of the Cross."

J {II I warden who is empowered to use. shipping, transporting, or marketing in interstate com- but the sucrose content has been Special services were also heldon
I convict labor from the state pris- merce, or in competition with sugar or liquid sugar shipped, much higher. It is estimated that
II transported, or marketed in interstate or foreign commerce, Saturday: and on Sunday was
I on farm at Belle Glade for fire- any 795,000 tons of cane will have been I the joyous Mass of the Resurrection
sugar or liquid sugar produced from sugarcane, grown in the -
fighting and hire any other help ground by' the close of the
s season.
I mainland cane sugar area in excess of the marketing allotmentsset with the sermon "The' Risen
j I needed. Setting of fires for any forth above". The average earning power of every Savior" by Fr. Flynn.
I purpose without a permit would be porker in the organization has also
We all know that Florida is used as a veritable dumping groundfor The Community Church inaugurted -
charged ,as a felony and a leen greater this than
severe season ever
II so-called "white sugar" which is produced in the low-wage offshore their special Eagter services
I i penalty would be imposed for viola tefore. Higher scales have
areas, in plants that cannot begin to compare in cleanliness with the with the cantata, The Crucifixion,
I it!!I tions. In addition to the $75,000 sugar-house at Clewiston, so all the sugar produced in Florida must be been paid and a much larger force ,by Stainer on Good Friday evening.

I : which woutd come from the state marketed "in competition with sugar or liquid sugar shipped, trans- mployed.The .' 1 Solo parts in this well known and

general fund the district would ported, or marketed in interstate or foreign commerce". On various usual harvest festival will ,I beloved cantata were taken foy

J also be allowed to use any extra occasions different officials and employees of the United States Depart- be held sometime in the week following Frank Wright, Robert Smith and:

1 i federal funds which might be 'allocated ment of Agriculture have stated that there is no limitation on the pro- the shut-down of the sugarhouse I'Albert Dodge. This cantata has, been
duction of in Florida. It would seem reasonable to assume that
to the state for the fire pre- sugar
but definite dates have not !
vention work. officials and employees of the Department of Agriculture know the I presented in prior :years by the
I as yet been fixed. It is likely that anne choir but never better than
futility of producing sugar in Florida when the self-same Department of :
The state forester, Harry Lee Agriculture denies Florida producers. the right to market such sugar. I: the barbecues and field events for he presentation ,given this year. .
Baker, appearing before the boardof I The Department of Agriculture makes considerable use of the the colored employees will be held A special communion service was

trustees, of the internal improvement term "sugarcane to which proportionate shares pertain". By this term I. the first of that week, the barbecuefor held at this church also at seven

fund, said that fire towers the Department means sugarcane which is grown on the restricted white' employees at the sugar o'clock Easter morning with the

erected in the' Everglades. ,, be acreage allotted or allowed by the Department. In the "conclusion", house a day or two later and the'i"Junior girls' choir singing the pro-

so costly las to be prohibitive. but relative to the order already mentioned, it 13 stated, .in_ part, as harvest festival and dance at the i cessional, "Hosanna" and the adult

said that an airplane could be follows: sugar house toward the closs of !![choir singing "0 Morn of Beauty"
"On the bases of the foregoing, and after consideration of the
used to an advantage in discovers the week as custompr>. from Sedalius' Finlandia and "He
s briefs submitted I (Secretary Wallace) hereby determine
ing fires before they got' 'too largetelecontrol. Is RIsel!", an arrangement of Beethoven's -
and conclude that allotments should be made by giving
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? Fifth Symphony As a spec-
i one-fourth weight to past."marltetIngs and by .giyinSthreefourths Dr.. Bourne Speaker ,
1 t C Attorney General George'Couper 'weight to processings ,from proportionate"sh'ares''' of*,*'" ,> I ial anthem during ,the.-communion__

Gibbs stated that the board was sugar cane for' the 1938-39 crop." At Kiwanis Meeting service they sang "Come Unto Him"

interested in 'Glades fires but It is most important that the full ,meaning of. the foregoing statementbe I by Gounod. .

suggested that no action be taken understood. The, conclusion quoted definitely states that prepond- [, At the eleven o'clock'service the

j until he made a trip to Fort Laud- erant weight in fixing the right to market sugar will be given 'to ,sugar i I Speaking before the' Kiwanis,; choir fangthe new and beautifulI

s erdale to discuss the fire, situ- which is produced from cane grown on the restricted: acreage allotted by: : Club at the regular dinner meeting I I antata "From Death Unto Life"
ation. the Secretary of Agriculture. Section 209!) of the Sugar Act of 1937 by Stul'tz with the solo parts beingI -
Wednesday the
night at Inn. Dr.
Governor Fred Cone stated that reads, '. in part, as follows:- : B. alcen by Irnyi Smith, Mina Niblack,
agronomist for
"All are hereby prohibited ,* from exceeding allotments sugar '
he was opposed to the state acting persons the United Hazel Prewitt, Frank Wright and
of any quota or proration thereof made to them pursuantto Sugar Corpora
i as wet nurse to the Everglades dis- tion Robert Smith. A special anthem,
described many'of
the provisions of this Act. uses
trict and was reminded by the attorney The restrictions outlined above, if made effective, mean that no I'of .farm by-products, particularly i. 'Hallelujah Chorus" from Beethov-

i general that the state now sugar may be produced in the Everglades during the fall of 1939. Some I black strap molasses from sugar en's Mount of Olives was also sungat

L owns one-fifth of the fertile Ev- 5,000 men will be, denied the right to earn their own living during' the manufacture, and stressed the advisability this service. A special Easter

+ erglades area.Scouts last quarter of 1939, and 25 % of the cane must be destroyed with resultant ,of diversified farming in : (Continued on Page 8)

t decrease in future opportunity for employment. Even a child the Everglades.Dr. I I.
can appreciate how ridiculous it would be to continue to cultivate and.harvest .
Bourne, who returned Sugar
recently Beck
Are Guests a product if'one is prohibited from selling such product., Not
from the fifth 'annual
even the Federal Government with its unlimited ways and means of rais- chem-I I
.I.Ii At Legion Meeting ing money could stand the financial strain of producing crops and pro- urgic Conference of Quota Memorial
I!i viding warehouse facilities in which to store them for an indefinite time, dustry and'Science held at Laurel,1 I

I ---.- if prohibitions on the marketing of such crops be like those outlined Miss., spoke of the many advances r _.
I 'Clewiston Post No. 93, American above. I made in utilizing, farm products.He I I Herbert D. Beck, Palm Beach

Legion had as their guests'at their In a letter written by one or Mr. Wallace's assistants appears the said that the 5,000,000 gallonsof county representative, has intro-

regular meeting at the Inn Tues statement "You are ,advised that this Department has no authority what- molasses, by-product of sugar duced into the ,House a memorialto

day night the, members, the Clew- soever to order the destruction of sugarcane under the provisions of the manufacture, was now sold at a very Congress urging that sugar QUO-
iston Boy Scout troop which is Sugar Act of 1937 If there, is any plowing under of sugarcane in cheap rate and could be used in tas in' the Everglades be raised.
the Everglades .* it will be due to the willingness of the companynot the manufacture' of acetone which, This memorial was passed by the
sponsored by the
Legion. to market more than .its 'proportionate share', of the quota." To such in turn is manufactured into rayon. Houso and also won Senate approval -

Routine: business was completed letter :Mr. Wallace's assistant' added, in the form of a postscript, Another use is in the manufactureof upon being introduced there by
as quickly as possible and the remainder 'Wouldn't it be good idea to check on particular statements In I
I ; a up butanol l, a form of fuel alcohol. Senator Beacham of Palm Beach
of the meeting taken value?" In another letter
upI newspapers before accepting them at face '
Butanol, he said, might some day and Senator Ward of Fort Myers.:
I with a discussion of scouting. G. written by this same assistant to Mr. Wallace the statement is, made that :
be petroleum' The resolution 'as prepared by
I M. Ford, ,scoutmaster, outlined '* *' {here is a great deal of misleading propaganda about the effectof used as a subciitute: ;
*" because petroleum Interests estimate Mr. Beck is as follows:
t plans for the future. Sherwood existing sugar legislation on the Florida sugar industry
,\i Hall made a nice talk in which he Tn view of the facts set forth, namely that the right to market that the present supply' of pet We, your memoralists, the Senate -

i expressed ""the thanks: of the Scouts sugar under the Sugar Act of 1937 is restricted, by the Departmentof roleum will be gone in twenty and House of Representativescf

II i to F. Deane Duff for his presentation Agriculture, to sugar produced from the restricted acreage allotmentsset years. He also said that molasses. i is I I the State of Florida, in legislative

I of a set of troop flags and by the Department of Agriculture. the letters quoted in the preceding the cheapest' preservative for feed I session assembled,' do most re-

Dick Owen thanked the Legionnaires paragraph speak for themselves. Surely every intelligent person real- and may be used in the manufacture ,1 pcctfully memorialize and petition
'I izes how perfectly inane it would be to spend money raising crops that of explosives; One fact of our honorable bodies as follows:
for their oJ
interest in
1 I'_ sponsoring the producer is prohibited from selling. I ticular interest brought out in P\l'-j I WHEREAS, Thousands' of ,our
the troop and for the invitation Bernhardt Chief of Sugar Di-
Joshua ,
24 1939 Dr.
I i On February ,
discussion by; Dr.' Bourne was that I I ;itizens are dependent upon -
I, to the dinner that evening. vision, Department of Agriculture appeared before a Subcommittee of I II molasses ,is not used to a great ]I pursuits for a livelihood,
h There
were about twenty-five Committee on Appropriations, House of Representatives where he testified -
extent in "the manufacture of grain and
I :
scouts, their scoutmaster and two relative to an appropriation for his division. In'answer to ,a "
alcohol simply because other products WHEREAS, Florida soil and cli-
i assistant scoutmasters at the meet- question asked by one of the Committee concerning restrictions on pro- ;
: ing., duction of sugar in Florida.''he stated, "There is nothing in the (Sugar) which'can, be mi de from it ::na to is especially well adapted to

S. A. Graves and R. N. Miller act that prevents them from producing all the sugar they desire *. bring a much better price. the growing lof' sugar cane, and

were selected as delegates to the There is nothing in this act that prevents any producer from producingsugar Speaking of ,the new lemon grass WHEREAS,* Under the present

i: convention in Fort Lauderdale later or sugarcane." ,This is''' a very plain statement that cannot, in industry and its possibilities, Dl;. quota-we 'consume more than twiceas

,.j in the week and C. E. Robbins practice, be reconciled with Section 2 of the proposed order which would Bourne stated that the only reason much sugar as we are allowedto
prohibit all Florida sugar producers "from shipping, transporting, or produce, andWHEREAS
M i a and J. A. :McGehee were named as the grass could be grown and pro-
'I marketing" than 63,983 tons of sugar, in accordance with Section is over
\ alternates. more cessed as cheaply} in this area its Cuba's quota
209 of the 'Sugar' Act of' 1937. twenty-eight (28)) per cent and
in the low-wage foreign areas was I ,
I .' i Perhaps the reader can explain away the very real contradictions ;
HBARDSLEY FARMPLANTS / contained in the quotations which follow: due to the advancement of chemur-, i Florida's is less than one (1) per

I I : AVOCADAS Dr. Joshua Bernhardt-"There is nothing in this act (The Sugar Act of gic research. He spoke of the great cent, and

I 1937)) that prevents ,any producer from producing sugar or sugar- cotton surplus which is brought WHEREAS, The rights of cit-
I J. E. Beardsley is planting four cane." i about to a great extent by substitution izens of the United States who live

I acres of avocadas this week on his Section 209 of the Sugar Act of 1937-"All persons are hereby prohibited of other materials, such as; in the soverign State of Florida

I farm south of Clewiston, which with from exceeding allotments of any quota or proration thereof ; rayon, for. cotton but stated :that] should not be curtailed in favorof

, the two acres which he already hast made to them pursuant to the provisions of this Act". cotton seed were greatly needed. any foreign nation, and
i planted gives a six acre grove of Section 2 of proposed order with reference to the allotment of the 1939 r. This need has caused the dcvel for the' Mainland Cane Sugar Area-"The above men- cottonwhich wouldbe
this fine tropical fruit. Sugar Quota ment of a "bald-headed" amount of the sugar quota

Varieties planted and number tioned processors (which includes all Florida marketing producers:;> )*are sugar'produced hereby has seed but little or no, a great blessing to the peopleof
prohibited from shipping, transporting or
aro 74 SSmmonds 82 Itzamnas, 39 : 'Florida;
I ; from grown in the mainland cane sugar area lint.In
Petersons, 27 Lindas, 22 Taylorsand 1 in excess of the, sugarcane marketing :allotments set forth above." his talk Dr. Bourne pointed ,NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED

15 Waldens. Varieties already, Letter from an assistant to the Secretary of Agriculture-"* there is out that the United ,States was That your memorialists

bcin grown are Collins9P' Trap'p t, p. ,greatIdeal l.ot misleading\ propaganda about thQ effect of ,existing. ninety: per cent self-sustnintng. and I' the FKynitfe' and 'House of llepte"

,: U Pollock, L' lu. and. )v'ins10 son su' 'a); legUUtioii, on the ;Ftorida. feug/ar;) / indu'atry." (Cpntin'u: d' on Page 8)) (Co'ntfn\iVcf onIi : 'aoe r ,

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Ringing in Ear German 'Encirclement' Rushed INTERNATIONAL ARQUND I 1L

Found :Due toCauses I L THE HOUSEWhen

But Poland Fears Firm StandBy SUNDAY Lesson

Varie4 By REV. HAROLD L. LUNUQU1ST. Painting.-A handful of

Joseph W., La mine- Dean of the of Moody Chicago.Bible l Institute hay placed in a bucket of water,

S Western Newspaper Union. ,which should be changed every f

By DR. JAMES W. BARTON Munich, Tokyo walked into Canton. few hours, will help to absorb the

RINGING in the ear is not expressed EDITOR'S: in these NOTE columns-When, they opinions are those are On February 10, just after Italian Lesson for April 16 smell of fresh* paint.* *

distressing/ to the of the news analyst and not necessarily troops helped General Franco capture '
Removing Paper Labels. You
ol the newspaper. Barcelona and put democracies Lesson subjects nnd Scripture texts selected -
patient but often embarrassing the and copyrighted by International can readily remove the paper':
on run again, Japan occupied
Council of Relieiou Education: used bv
to the physician who is strategic Hainan island which was permission label from a bottle if.you wet the

expected to know Europe smack in the middle of the French- label and hold it near the flame'
"The regim'of pre-war days had but 'British sphere of 'interest. PAUL 'ESTABLISHES CHURCHES of the stove.
what could; be TODAY'SHEALTH one fault-it 'knew the devilish plan of *
With France and Britain again jittery -
causing such a encircling and attacking us, yet it lacked LESSON fEXl-Acts 14:1-1. 1923. When Tinting.-Before tinting or
the power or will to ward it off ... Nopower in the wake of Hitler's Czech GOLDEN TEXT-According to the graceof fabrics 'be t
simple symptom. in the world can ever again forceus and Memel ,conquests, Japan has God which Is given unto me. as a wise dyeing sure to have
masterbullder. I have laid the foundation them clean and free from
the COLUMN struck again. The victim France spotsor
Fortunately, to our kn ees. : and another bulldeth thereon But let every
physician .knows Thus spoke Adolf Hitler at Wil- who in 1933 laid formal claim to the man take heed how he buildeth thereupon.I stains which may show up

that in most cases the ringingis helmshaven, one day after Britain's seven Spratly islands lying 350' miles Corinthians 3:10. afterwards.
Prime Minister Chamberlain had southwest of the American Philip "Onward "
Christian soldiers,
due to contractionsopeningand shocked the world by promising to pines, 350 miles west.of British Bor- the
well-known thus
says hymn, expressing -
closing-of the eustachian defend Poland against Nazi aggres- neo and 350 miles east of French the truth that Christianityis (c SAFETY TALKS )

tube which carries the air sion. Though Der Fuehrer barked Indo-China. engaged in a relentless warfare _

from the;: back of the throat to boldly, it appeared the heretofore Though discovered in 1867, the islands against the world, the flesh, and
ineffectual Stop Hitler drive had at ,went unclaimed until France's At the Crossroads
the middle ear to give air declaration of sovereignty.' Useful the devil. Those who conceive of

the inner _h.____........... their relationship to the church as THE "dirty work at the cross-
pressure against economically only for phosphate, the
a convenient and "
comfortable so- of fable and hasa
side .pf'the drum of the ear. If air Spratly group offers Japan a snug story
cial arrangement with bit of
in the
a counterpart pattern
inner side of the haven for and submarines
to the seaplanes
_,356sn't' get
..-- spiritual flavor but no responsibility, modern automobile accidents.The .
...r- _"___ drum or doesn't get which might disrupt FrenchBritishU. -
h have none of the Spirit of Christ, National council
Safety reports -.
there with sufficient S. trade. At Tokyo the foreign
or of His bondservant Paul, whose that in 1937 about 58 per.
force to equal out- office pointed out that Japs have
life we are now studying. Phillips cent of all injury accidents in cit
then worked since
side pressure, Spratly phosphates
Brooks was right when he said, "If ies occurred at intersections.In .
the pressure op the 1917, investing capital and establishing -
"Christian faith does not culminatein rural .
areas only
outside of the drumis small settlements. But since
the effort to make Christ knownto about 24 per cent of the injury,
too strong and the France neglected to establish
I 1 Ii all the world'that faith appears accidents occur at intersections.The .
ear drum will ministrative jurisdiction (a ad'I'I
driven inward to .'.y r oversight) Japan decided to to me to be a thoroughly unreal and council said 52 per cent of
: y insignificant thing destitute of'pow- the intersection accidents }
some extent. It is ,the 'reefs "to eliminate disadvan- that in-
the moist surfacesof tages and inconveniences." er, and, incapable of being convincingly volved two motor vehicles were

the inner lining of The expected result of France's proved to be true." rightangleollisions..
The constraining love of Christ
this tube as they protest: Nothing.
sent Paul and his co-workers
Dr. Barton separate from one .
ing on from Cyprus to Antioch in
another that causes Spain
Pisidia, to Iconium, to Lystra, and
ringing in the ears in so many cases. Though recognition by the United 0CA'
to Derbe. Joy and sorrow, fellow-
Very often ear specialists. use the a States again placed Gen. Fran iscoFranco's ship and hatred came and went, 'li
small air bag which blows open
Spain in the good graces but the witness for Christ went on.
sides of this tube (which have be-
of international society (all other ma- Our. lesson can best be consideredas
stuck together) and thus not
come jor powers had previously recog- a study in contrasts.I. .
only stops the head noises but improves ----- nized the Nationalist government) Belief and Unbelief' (vv. 1, 2).

the hearing. POLAND'S' JOSEF BECKHe the war-torn Iberian peninsula still "Multitudes both of the Jews and i' !

Other Causes Blamed. will continue fencestraddling.last faces a tremendous task. Franco's Greeks believed." What joy ;
Unfortunately, however, the open-
sole ineffectual international gestureas
ing and closing together of the"sticky" taken small roots, and that Ger-. European power has been to that must have brought to the
Jews" and
or moist surfaces of this many was indeed being encircled. preacher. "Unbelieving
and in
join Germany, Italy Japan
Gentiles with "minds evil affected"how
of Outside of Russia which still
little tube is not the only cause the anti-Communist pact. Having
sad such a result madePaul's -
scoffs at FrenchBritish'solidarity
this ringing noise.
thus shown European democracieshis
heart. The division
That hysteria and neurasthenia efforts, Rumania and 'Poland are
heels the' tired generalissimocould
(mental and physical tiredness) >are eastern Europe's principal anti-Nazi prevails today. There are only two
turn to more pressing internal
kinds of in the the
frontiers. Even Mr. Chamberlain people world
causes of ringing of the ears now as them
problems. Among :
believer and the unbeliever.II. .
believed by general physiciansand announced the new Polish guarantee .
Order. Though Spain needs man-
France busying herself with Popularity and Persecutionv.
psychiatrists.That was
to rebuild, moons will
power many
the circulation of the bloodor Rumania. In Paris the 'French before unemployment will"be ( 4)
rather disturbances in the circu- agreed to double their purchase of pass in their "The multitude was divided," .i
solved. Still breathing sec-
in the Rumanian oil and slash 60 cent Paul knew all about that, so does
lation are causes of ringing per ond wind after 32 months of war,
j ears is stated by Dr. E. A. Bredlau, off import duties on Rumanian farm discharged Spanish soldiers will' not every faithful teacher and preacherof

Chicago, in Archives of Otolaryngology products. Thus will King''' Carol's readily bow to anything less than the gospel. Paul and Barnabaswere ) t

(ear and throat ailments). These Bucharest government be protectedfrom military law. Franco's answer, is thus made ready for the experience -

disturbances ca'use unnatural artery German economic overlord- to be which they were to haveat
expected a 1,000,000-man army
where the of the
and vein impulses to the ear be- ship.Within until early .1940. .
be a few more days other re- crippled man first brought them
cause there may present an an- Housing: Though intent on restoring -
Rumania and Poland worship as gods; and then bitter
eurism (distended or enlarged blood sults appeared. shell-pocked Catholic churches_
vessel) high blood blood with French-British blessing, persecution. Few temptations are
pressure ;
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renovated their two- A more appealing to the .Christian
brain and reportedly '
of thd
ear '
vessel tumors '< : >< ?
{u .
itself, severe anaemia (thin blood), power military alliance to make it .:, 'o'X'"X. ,. .. .,. ,, :'.;....'.... > .WWik i@].:m ith lp.r.f{;', worker than, popularity, and possi
acute inflammatory disease of the operative against Germany as wellas II <.. /" "<'. > "' f.l.- <" bly'none is more treacherous. Let

ear and nerve 'and gland disturb Soviet Russia. At the same time 'Y':, ,, ,'. : :t-\it.j\: >... t_ g us labor to please God, not men.
Britain apparently extended border < ";> '> /;}' <<.>?;. ; ) : itl III. Boldness and Caution (vv.

ances. guarantees to Rumania. If/If1i : : ;f; ; 1 3, 5, 6)).-

TreatedBy There was good likelihood, how- :: :,...>,; S :;. ;p. The persecution at Iconium only
: ,
Ulcers Usually ,,; ;" >>xl'
Russia be ;, < ; J: ;', '' made the bold in their
ever, that scoffing might : ,". .;.:..,y .,:<< < ':' ,.A..,,,,,%: messengers \
Diet and MedicineA right. En route to London for a .;": .W: <<" ': purpose to stay on (v. 3), giving
.I : (c2
patient apparently in good phys- three-day conference, Poland's Foreign ''; ' > ,
ical condition consulted a physician Minister Josef Beck found a f-k rtW". ., tiYlz:' :'i Christian worker need not be afraidof

because he could not eat' solid food; I chilly reception in Berlin, which r% 4 '1 :.; ..;. : 'i,. '...,.>),<';' f the devices of evil men so long
in fact he was living on milk alone I probably made him acutely aware I'; '$' ",.tt":< '. ';M'p :x. ':>it. -J as God leads him to stand his
because sold: food gave him dis that he must make no rash commit- t# (=. : t' : ': <. .ti1bA : :: ground. Christian testimony calls

tress. ments to the British. After strad- f f }i sm .)..;, ';yv-7.;,fi....?>>!:
As he had formerly been suffer- dling the political fence for years, f/ #(?(,.. :;?$J t<$&<. M'' .4-f::"<:'< ing with stomach ulcer the physi- Poland had its choice between mer- \''\ ft2' ;p .' < another city. Is their courage research made it possible for

cian thought that perhaps the ulcer cy at the hands of Germany or a itf1!' l: ,.{m. }: h ifii f* '.:. gone? No. They are exercising Quaker State,in 1914,to produce
in healing had partly closed the "security" with France and Britain, ; '' God-given judgment and caution. the onlymotoroilwhichsuccessfully

passage from the stomach to the the latter meaning little in the lightof f"f ;. ; ,' : > > IV. Death and Life (vv. 19, 20). lubricated the

small intestine. An X-ray exami- Czecho-Slovakia's experience.A 1-> "Xj; ." .".<> : "I :;.>' The persecution at Lystra culmi- of
nation showed that the barium sul- good sign of Polish thought was tlifA'tn l <1' ," "''. ;';:t:: nated in the stoning of Paul and his hottest running motor its
r < 'I' :
phate meal which should be out of the comment in Kurjer Poranny, Wt@. '* r4wtff.Wt:"":::' ,, z:. y> ..' being left for dead. Some believe time the Franklin Air-

the stomach in six hours at least, semi-official newspaper: "There is %aif$:J ; d1Ytym"xX'\ ;'......_.__:=Z Zy: <7.i". that he really died and had the cooled engine. Twenty-five

was practically all present at the no alliance or bloc the British 0V Wtsl .J: > J't -sft.: glorious experience recorded in II more years research enables

end of 10 hours. Only a tiny stream, commitments are not in contradiction JULIAN BESTEIROA Corinthians 12:2-5 before he was Acid-Free Quaker State

smaller, than a slate pencil, was to nonaggression treaties signedby humanitarian court-martialed.. raised by God from the dead. Be
carrying some of the barium sulphate Poland. that as it may God miraculously Motor Oil to meet the most

into the intestine. This meant in Madrid and other''former frontier brought the dead or apparentlydead difficult problems: of lubricat.

that the opening was virtually'closed Asia points, Franco faces a far greater man to full life and vigor, and ing the 1939 models. Insure

due to the scar tissue formed when \' carpentry job in placing roofs over, on he went to the city of Derbe. the of
For almost performance new
a Japanese aggression your
the ulcer healed. As this condi- several hundred thousand ex-Madri- Those of us who belong to Christ
against French-British colonial Use Acid Free Quaker
\ lenos who fled the capitol in car
tion requires operation, operationwas war, and serve Him should recognizethat
interests has followed the
performed by making another heels of European dictator on returning in peace to find their me- our very lives are in His Sto/eregularly.! Quaker State 1

opening into the intestine from the coups. tropolis a shambles. blessed hand.V. Oil Refining Corporation,
With London and Paris jittery after
lower side of the stomach. This was Revenge. Most Loyalist leaders' Advance and Return (vv. '21- Oil City, Pennsylvania.Retail.

10 years ago and the patient, by like Gen. Jose Miaja fled Spain after 23).

watching his diet, enjoys good hoisting the white flag of surrender.Two The work of God is not completedby

health. PROGRESSCHEMURGYUnder. notable exceptions were Gen. the pioneering forward thrust price

Operation Seldom Performed.I Segismundo Casado, war ministerof into the strongholds of Satan. That

am mentioning the above case a new the defense council, and Julian work is necessary, and just now 3 j per quart
with process, inedible starch can be Besteiro, a moderate Republicanwho
because many patients stom- men are desperately needed to do
ach ulcer are afraid of sudden death converted into a transparent took no active part in the war, such work in heathen lands. Women -

if they do not undergo surgical operation wrapping .substance at a cost of except to supervise feeding women shame the men by their willingness -

whereas most ulcers todayare less than three cents a pound. and children during Madrid's two- to go where missionary boardscan i

treated by diet. and medicineand AVIATION-Capt. Hans Dieterle year siege. Humanitarian or not, only send men, who are all too

it is only when diet and medi- German army pilot, has flown Senor Besteiro was arrested and often lacking.On .

cine do not bring relief, such as the an airplane (with 1,175horsepower court martialed along with General the other hand, there is no q 1

above blocked opening or when I engine) at 463.9 milesperhourto Casado. more important work than that of

there is perforation into the abdo- set a new record. Finance. Before the war Spain's confirming and establishing new

men, or in some cases of bleedingthat GLASS At Philadelphia's gold reserve of $740,000,000 was exceeded Christians in their faith. Paul and

operation is performed. Franklin institute, scientists were only by the U. S., Britain Barnabas were not making a re

Drs. R. T. Monroe and E. S. Em- recently shown a'new automobile and France. Also on hand were vast treat. They were courageously returning -

ory Jr., Boston, in New England safety glass which bends but will hoards of silver. By April, 1938, the to the stoning and the

Journal of Medicine review 1,428 not break, thanks to a plastic U. S. federal reserve bulletin reported hatred of the cities they had

cases of peptic ulcer :(ulcer of the "sandwich" filler between the Spanish gold had dropped to served in order to give counsel and

stomach and first part of small in- two glass layers.ELECTRICITY. .$525,000,000, and by this month as encouragement to the believers.

testine) handled in the Peter Bent Ninety-seven' Gen 'gl.Franco entered Madrid,' no- Note that they.'ordained elders, evidently -

Brigham hospital' from 1913-to 1932. per cent of the 21,000,000 wired body apparently knew ,where any consummating. form of

They were able to trace- all but homes in the U. S. have electric Spanish gold might be. One vague church organization. Sometimesone

156 patients... irons, 40 per cent have washing hint was that Marino Gamboa, a rich becomes so tired of intricate

Of the remainder-1,272 cases- machines and vacuum cleaners, Loyalist-sympathizing Filipino; had church machinery that the tendencyis

161, about 11 per cent, are dead, and more than a third have re moved most of it to Mexico and to wish there were none at all, but These Advertisements

but only 87-about 7 per cent-died frigeration. thereby insured the solvency of Loy- here again we need to be balancedin I Values

'. of peptic ulcer. alist refugees. our thinking 'and acting. l Give You
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hiv0 Ec:4.1h"r1at..a&'n + Fat Thin Offers
or ; Tips on Gaining WeightBy
An 'Extra Meal
Among attractions at New York's World fair opening April 30
C. HOUSTON GOUDISS Very often it is possible to get
I will be jimmie Lynch, who flirts ,with cars, tires and fate to thrill extra nourishment into the diet
I thousands of motorists who go home thankful they can drive safely. /TAO NEARLY every adult, weight is a matter of,great conJ by way of a light lunch in mid-

: I From new year's to new year's Jimmie roars up ramps into thrills cern. Thin people step on the scales in'the hope of finding morning, mid-afternoon or both-

I i like that above, cheating injury with a firm grip on the steering that they have gained a pound or two. Fat people sometimes. provided it does not interfere

wheel. weigh themselves several times a day, trusting each time : with the appetite for the regular

: the will to lower In meals. This may take the form of
that arrow point a slightly figure.
I ..., .. . .__ many
I '. ,'o >''''"''''''''' '' ; fruit juice and crackers malted
pyry : s,7r'a: the for this interest is ;
cases, reason absorbing vanity-a
II !I Il milk; cocoa, egg nog or plain
desire .to look .better.. But the real objective should be toattain milk. A between-meal snack is

l : J., the weight at which one regarded as especially desirablefor
I II better for few thin people whose work is fa-
I 1 feels people inns is basic to good health for
1 444(' realize that to weigh neithertoo all. But in order to produce again tiguing. It will help them to sus-
I ti : tain energy and prevent them
much too little is in weight, the diet''' of indi-
le bcib.y : nor one from coming to their
1 regular
viduals to the slender
of the best aids to
possible meals too tired to enjoy or profit
1 1I
I ,! ij ijI buoyant health. Moreover, the type should be composed of easily by food.
I digested foods, which can be uti-
ij1 secret of weight control for Importance of Rest
m lized by the body'with a minimumof
I \\1 normal individuals lies in the effort; and it should include Since thin people have a ten-

.: 4,4lv kind and amount of food, con- generous amounts of concentratedand dency to tire quickly, they are ad-
highly nourishing foods. vised to get plenty, of rest. There
JjI Jj-; sumed. should be long hours of at
I Jiv v .n r. : 'S. 'kJ x+700 wr 4K Included in this classificationare
The science of nutrition teachesus night, and nutritionists have also
I I eggs, cheese, cream, butteror
I % that all body fat originates as margarine, bacon, bread, cere- observed that the food is apt to

surplus fuel als, cream soups, custards, ice be better utilized if a short rest

... .... that is, food which rice'and is taken before meals.
.. ::::_::'i-.it' : >;>; <<< ", cream, tapioca puddings.The
has been consumedover
u.tni addition of two or three
I i I Left: Jimmie and his son and above the
4I glasses of milk to the regu- Answered
I'I (right), a 19-year-old daredevil. immediate requirements lar meals'will' be found useful in Questions
....."..-................ of the body increasing the fuel value of the Miss G. L. .D.-It has been esti-
mated that one quart of fluid skim
' 'yl machine. It' there-
!' : bc ) + r.atn..y'
diet., Milk also in the
jn3:>Y'Sd:' : 3 6 Sp % belongs
)c t a milk and one-and-one-half ouncesof
fore follows that in
I reducing diet, but there it is used
the butter may be considered as
1 general prob- i to replace other high caloric foods.
approximately the equivalent in
lem of gaining or
Fruit will be found usefulin
I : losing weight is juices food value to a quart of fluid whole
1'c' hr'k stimulating the appetite of those milk.

concerned with an who desire to gain; and the fuel -WNU-C. Houston Goudiss-1933-53.HOWto .
increase or reduc-
tion in the total

v fuel value of the diet.

W..<<___.' ON : ._. ,..: ....."'.m.rs_..._... "w'uwlvw"2Wmiww.r..._'..". "..: :. .v..".. .......m..__ Those Shortage who or find Surplus it difficult of Fuel, after r SEW RUTH By YETH .1

30, to avoid taking on excess .
Above two action photos illustrate one of Jimmie's favorite tricks. pounds must learn to 'reduce the ,
the board bites the Thrilled '- - - - - - -
Catapulting off a ramp, running ground. total fuel intake. Otherwise, they

throngs gasp with one voice but timing and iron nerve bring Jimmie may find. themselves burdened ties and Embroidery, illustrates

safely back to Dearth while the timid souls watch pop-eyed. He's been with a mounting surplus'' of fat, CUT THEN TE FOLD 5'WIDE ninety embroidery stitches and

doing such tricks ever since the World tear, where he rode a motor- which not only destroys 'beauty, W4. / many ways to use them. They are

cycle in equally tricky fashion. but impairs health, and tends to 25 cents each; with each order for

3 :I .,. ...-..............- ........-.--....- cal decrease efficiency.both mental On the other and physi-hand, ,' both books, Rag Rug Leaflet is
: .5 included FREE. Address Mrs.
; % :
\ I. 'if'fNpo. :.i :'r 4:: b4b: /rH' NRN W EDGES
I i, ;S'; el ; /.biir/ : .. those who feel that they must ?/f AND STITO4 Spears, 210 S. Desplaines St., Chi-
''rii'/i.r { /jrj AMyfi, .AY.r.: lx; fi: :':// / struggle to keep their weight up to cago, Ill.
:.:tacyJJar.: yriii4y/ ; :.,.y.:+.;f normal who declare that j
i ii they simply cannot gain, no mat- SEWTESTOSLIPCOVER. /

1 i Y l/lf'A:Gi4/.r/u ryy' : : :y11 i%:.i, iY/-aamatD ij :f ;+:w ter how much they eat, should .
; themselves with the SEAMSTHEN I
i high-caloric foods and make a per- 7JE UNDER TIGHTLY SEAT Why Let Yourself I
ii sistent effort each day to eat a

i little more than enough to meet Get Constipated? ,

their needs. If a gain is achieved, o I
the result will be well worth the "DEAR MRS. SPEARS: My
effort. For just as overweight is room is looking very Why endure those dull headachy

a handicap to health and efficiency smart and gay; the clear sketches Inevitable days due to trips constipation to the medicine,plus the
so have nutritionists observedthat on how to fit and make slipcoversin chest, if you can avoid both bygettingatthecauseofthetrouble
physical efficiency may"be 'your Book 1, SEWING, for the ?
definitely decreased when the Home Decorator, have been a If your constipation, like that
of millions, Is due to lack of
weight falls more than 10 percent great help. "bulk" in the diet, the "better
below the average for.one's height.It "I think you would especiallylike way"is to eat Kellogg's All-Bran.
I II is often said that it is easierto one slipcover have made. This crunchy toasted breakfast
II I cereal is the ounce of prevention
I ri lI ,. lose weight than to gain it, and While shopping in a drapery department that's worth a pound of emer-
!I /i/ in many cases this is true. For I found some braid H4 gency relief.It helps you not onlyto
Ii i i the overweight person who con inches wide in bright blue, green get regular but to keep regular
1 t /' day after day and month after
i I! i } +v '//k rr r y. ,.... /%' ; ''_ \i fH sistently cuts down the fuel valueof and red. I was so attracted by it month, by the pleasantest means
'n n "'r :!oG awiooo'"'rM,4' w' &! the diet should, under normal it.
that I had to find a way to use you ever knew.
circumstances, be able to reduce The result is a chair covered in Eat Kellogg's All-Bran every
I Father.and son perform in the day, drink plenty of water, and
and effec-
gradually, comfortably with
/i plain blue glazed chintz green see if don't forget all about
/ tandem act shown above. Ampli- you
\ tively. But the individual who is seam bindings and the blue, green constipation. Made by Kellogg'sin
fiers spell-bind on-lookers as underweight often has a small appetite and red braid around the cushion Battle Creek. Sold by every
I I / F /' / .. r stunts prove car and tire protec- and therefore has little desire and the bottom ruffle. It is very grocer.

\ / r/rFF i .Yro'. ,r tion daily serving millions on to eat the increased quanti- stunning and everyone admires it.

our highways. ties of food that are required. in My problem now is keeping my
order to gain.Influence. slipcovers firmly anchored in

of Body Build place. How should this be done?"

Nutritionists have observed that, Here is a sketch of the chair
; //Iy: many people who find it difficultto that was inspired by a shoppingtour.

'. gain have a tall, slender typeof I have also sketched a
body build. It has been deter- method that is often used by pro-

i iI mined that in people of this type, fessionals for anchoring slip-

I the digestive tract is usually shorter covers. :

than in those having a stocky Give your house a fresh start

/ build. Moreover, they tend to be with new curtains; slipcovers, kind for riera
Any -
... more tense, more active and of a lampshades and other smart new or high egg bred-
tV; 1T'1y more nervous temperament. As a touches which 'you will find in 6c 'up. Ca. U. S. approved, pulloruin
'I Ii /// } result, the passage of food throughthe Book 1, SEWING' for the Home tested. 100,000 weekly. Keds, Rocks.
Hampshircs[ Giants. Leghorns -
.1 digestive tract be so Gifts Novel- Orpingtons
I may rap- Decorator. Book, : ,Mlnorcas. AA, AAA. Super A
II I (y id that it leaves the body beforeall grades.Light and heavy assorted.Write
the available nutrients can be for details on livability guarantee that
I: utilized. At 'the same time, these protects you. Wo have the breeding,
Life's CompositionLife to produce
equipment experience
active tend to burn
people up more champion chicks. Oldest hatchery In
I of their .food for energy, so it is is made up, not of great Georgia and first instate to bloodtest.
II. Spectators: Above, Mrs. not surprising that they fail to sacrifices or duties, but of little Write today.
Lynch, wife and mother to the store body fat, unless the diet is things," in which smiles and kind-

daredevils, wipes blood fromI especially planned to meet their nesses,' and, small" ,:.:obligations, BLUE RIBBON HATCHERY

i goggle cut above her hus needs given habitually, x:& what win Co.I .
St.. S. W. Atlanta
215 Forsyth
r band's eye. Right, Odin, the The well balanced diet, with its and preserve the heart and secure .. ,,
i \---- faithful Great Dane. full quota of minerals and vita comfort.Sir H. Davy.... 1 "" ;:

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The Clewiston /News True, this country is producing I gal procedure, conservation, more Morning Worship 1100. Ser- purchase of bonds.

/ I"only 2,000,000 tons." Not because freedom for wives, gas tax allot- mon by the Pastor.B. reject The any Board and reserves all bids.'f the right to. .

it cannot produce more-very much ments-these and a few others are Y. P. U. 7:00 p. m., V. C. MRS.. HOMER TAYLOR,

Published every Friday( iluQlcwlston,(more-but because our governmentin tops. Woodward, Director; Chairman Instruction, Board Hendry of County Public, J

Florida, by tho CLEWISTjtON, NEWS, its benevolence directed toward And now a ward or two for Tal- "Evening Preaching 8:00 p. m., Florida. '

Inc. Cuba, principally, prevents full pro- lahassee. Every effort has been Sermon by the Pastor. ATTEST S. A. GRAVES:

duction from acreage already in use made to treat the legislators, the Midweek Service every Wednes- Superintendent of

KIATIILEY DOWDE, EdItor and prohibits planting an additional -I attaches, the press and even the day evening at 8:00 p. m. Public Intructlon
to and has The public is cordially invited to Hendry County, Florida.
acreage sugarcane lobbyists right. Exorbitant charges April 7, 14, 21, 28.
Entered as second class x; mall matte: for several years steadily reduced,:, are not in evidence anywhere. attend all our services. i.
February 1, 1927. at the P ,lost Office in and out I
the acreage planted pays :
Is and
Clewiston, Florida, under the Act ot .' Everybody polite willing to
March 3, 1897.Subscription. millions to the sugarcane growers be helpful. City: Manager Ford; .always -

--I ,- I jas a reward for the idle acres. 'I affable and helpful, is actually NOTICE -

I unto 82 .pQ Per Year. i la ,Florida's, Everglades could add ; outdoing his average to make WIN YOUR RACE Notice Is hereby given that the
million or more tons to our sugar feel at home., The troubleis ) Board of Public Instruction of Hend-
j Advertising Raters HI,1 Application. production, and the canegrowers you only I For Business Supremacy | ry County, Florida will, on the 2d
that about to be fresh
arc day of :May, 1939 until twelve noon,
'are begging for the chance to out of rooms and if you come up By Advertising receive sealed bids for the construc-
expand their industry, which is tion of a certain school building at
Devoted to the advancement and welfare here 'without a reservation, you ,may Clewiston, Florida. A certified checkor
of Clewinton and Hendry Count}'. profitable even in competition with have to sleep in the, park. bid bond In the amount of $500.00
( Cuba. But, "No," says Washington : must accompany each bid for it to
From week to week I'll try to be considered. Plans and specifications }
solemnly, "you fellows must pro-
be obtained from L. Phil-
MORE ON THE DOLE \ get some of the interesting sidelights may
f ; lips Clarke Architect, West Palm
into this column, like Pete Beach, Florida, upon the payment of
\j'-- I Tomasello's six and a half gallon $20.00. The 'sum of $15.00 will be refunded -
The sugar >iarvest season of Does, it make sense?-Bradenton NOTICE when the plans and specifica-
1938-39 is drawing ;rapidly to a Herald. hat, FullerVarren's out-of-order, tions have been returned "to the Ar-
close and., ,'"Sing this I speech on the inadequacy'' of 20 Notice is hereby given that the ; chitect in good condition.All : .
season a for Board of Public Instruction of Hendry bids should be addressed to
day fullgrown leg-
a a
higher tonnage of ('ana''has been I County Florida, on the 2d day S. A. Graves Superintendent of Public -
cut with'" a' higher content "SITTING IN WITH. islator, or Senator Hodges ,risingto of May A. D. 1939, will receive bids Instruction, Hendry County, -Florida -
sugar oratorical heights over attaches. until twelve noon for the purchase of LaBelle, Florida, and marked
and more men employed at better 33000.00 Special Tax School DIstrict Bids for the construction of school
wages' than in any previous sea-' THE LAWMAKERS"By But this was a serious week and No. 7, Hendry' County bonds said! building.The .
the strain was terrible. bonds being in denomination of Board reserves the right to
son. records have been made GILBKKT D. IEACH $1,000.00each, said bonds bearing interest reject any and all bids.
that would have seean Impossible i I at the rate of six per cent per :MRS. HOMER TAYLOR I
(Florida Xcwi cIce) payable semi-annually and Chairman, Board of Public

during the ,early ,days of, sugar i .I .1111!OOlil ii ffi I19!!l lalllllhilVlul i iI l i ;:II lii:I mil; il 1 lffilir.WJm> l !ll II! I maturing annum : as follows: 1000.00 on 'July I Instruction Hendry County,
l !
manufacture in Florida due to more t Remember those stories, of Scat- l ; l : ,,1st ,of the years 1941 to 1953, inclus- Florida.
efficient machinery and scientific I ive; and $2,000.00 on July 1st of the ATTEST:
J I tergood Baines in one of the magazines L WITH THEChurches, years 1953 to 1963, inclusive. All bids S. A. GRAVES,
research and the end is not in a few years, ago? Scatter- should be addressed to S. A. Graves, Superintendent of

sight, so far as' the ability of the recall, sat on his store Superintendent of Public Instruction, Public Intructlon.
you ]
Hen'lry County, Florida, LaBelle Hendry County, Florida.
Everglades to produce sugar. porch and waggled his bare toes m Florida, and marked: Bids for the April 7, H, 21, 28.

But there has come' a change in but his shoes were handy. Just a I
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governmental ideas far, removed word here, a hint there, and the ] !! ,
iI'lif1, 1 9GiIlllifillfiBlliilrllh;
from the system which built up our outcome was what Scattergood ex -1II11 'Illilll li '- .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:....:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.

nation and next season, ,federal restrictions pected. He could think better when I COMMUNITY CHURCHRoyal

unless soon ,removed, he waggled his toes and eventually Palm Avenue i !
will end this period of progress. other folks came around. Forest C. Taylor. Minister Ordered To :1'

The acreage of cane will be decreased : I ..
Governor. Fred Cone called
the amount of sugar manu- Morning worship and sermon at y :
factured will be carefully watchedby Attorney General Gibbs and gave eleven o'clock. Appropriate music ; An
him an errand. Judge Gibbs
appeared -
department of agriculture of- by: the 'choir.Sunday I!
before the joint session of I Liquidate I
ficials at a much lower point than' school at 9:45 every :
the Senate and the House, reading '
for this
:year and the sugar industry Sunday morning.
I Governor Cone's message. The setting -
in Florida will take a much Miss Lena E. Smith of Winter y
w'as .
novel in, Florida legisla-
greater setback than was ever I tion. The new House chamber is Park, who is the field worker 'for. 1- Estate 1

other thought of from freeze, flood or I I i beautiful and dignified without ex- the Board of 'Christian .Education,

natural causes. will meet with the Endeavor Society I :
fit :
travagant ornateness. It is a y

be And forced, worst out of of positions all, .hundreds in which will which setting for the making of of- laws dig- Endeavor Sunday Society evening of at Lake 6:30.Harbor The' :;: 8 Lots To Move At Ridiculous PricesMostly :::

may regain a measure :
they are well paid and many of nity from having their inceptionin will attend the meeting and 'join in' :;: .i.

these will have no recourse other the program. ;
such surroundings.But :: SelectResidential ::
than the federal made-work doleto Junior Endeavor meeting on, ;
: let's get back to Governor's -
keep themselves and, their afternoon 3:30.:
: families Monday at
There have been
from starvation. I I sessions when such propositions a's'I The public is very cordially invited :i ::
make It's up a little our minds difficult that for the us substitution to-I i were made in that document would 'I I Church.to worship 'in the Community :i: LocationsReal ':_:

have aroused laughter and even I
of the dole for bona-fide xJ.
''jobs is any way to bring about I catcalls. It fairly oozed" economy acknowledged I FIRST _BAPTIST CHURCH I -
I and "no more taxes. It -
,prosperity in our nation. I Corner_ Ventura and Central A\enue 1-1iiEAbth-
I new. calls, for ,money but j
explained'. how these' calls,.,, could "" "The Friendly Church"Marshall :' !
THE SUGAR Mines Pastor. ,
DEAL; THE U. S. be met without exceeding the ,ap- \
PHILIPPINESThe propriations ,of two 'years ago. And \
Senators and Representatives list- Services every Sunday:, )
:: Estate Hopkins Bldg. ;
mental involvement of some ened with respect. Less spending; Sunday School, 9:45 -a. m., B.. ; ::

of our country's ;'big'men" is E. Herring, Supt. .. .. .. ... . .... .. . .
a less expansion, surer provisions ,for *:********:**:**.**:**:**:**:**:**.**:*:*:*:*: J*:** :*:*:*:*:*:*:** !?*:*: **?**?**?**?********?**?**?**?*:*****?*:'*:*:*:*******;
matter for ordinary folk to ponderover. essentials, were its high points. ,

For instance, The Herald has There was a bit of a gasp here and ':":--;":":":":"; : :- : : ; ; ; ; : : ; ; ; :..:.
received a'copy of the '' ''''.''.''i"i't.
"testimonyof there when the message deviated $:: :";-,
Hon. Harry B. Hawes before the ..... .'..
from the straight course and sug- ...=. ;.:.
committee on territories and insular gested that salaries of elective officers ...:. :.:.:.::'

1939 affairs:" Mr., U.Hawes S. Senate is,'legal, March adviser 14, 'costs might' ,more be to upped live.a bit These becauseit six- :!:::i: ::.:i.:

retained by the Philippine Common- dollar-a-day men could be seen ..:....z... ENJOY AN c.h .:. :.
: "j.i
wealth, and his purpose before the I ". ,
wondering where they might get
Senate committee was to determine off, being inhibited from raising i t ':' : ,', i i

legislation in ,Congress the ; .
their and
own pay being paid ,so
relations' between the United States little in comparison that it is almosta .h; I' '." ALL ELECTRIC I ,; .:.:::

and the Philippines. We turn now 'joke to mention what :::: : "':! '-;.' ',' ,' ; "' 'i'+

to that part of the report where eive.: If all the state departments they re- :::;: ; ;:" :5" t L: :::;:
: ..
the i. ... ',:,
matter of importations of cane were on their basis there wouldn'tbe .:.. .,'" HOME : :
from I \'' ,:: ::::::
sugar the 'r ,
Philippines to the such a tax problem. ::: ., ._, : ....
United States was being considered: .:..:. :': .' 'j ':. ::. : < ; ;.
There's this to say:' If there is .:..:. .t.. :
Senator Clark: Senator, if youwere .:..:. :'.t
extravagance in ,this session it .
to put the Philippine sugar :. :::.:.
and the Cuban sugar on'the same will -be forced upon the Legislature ...:.. ..:...z.z .

footing would still'as' > have regards tariff, Cuba, home.by" political And this pressure pressure from has"back :::: Electricity is the modern servant a servant that ::::

a tremendous
by reason of cheaper-) ready begun., Here and now, I 11-1 :;::;: takes care of both the, work and the pleasures of the ::::: y

freight. rates, wouldn't it? solve to be cautious in criticizing :_::: home and that will do efficiently **
Mr. Hues: Certainly. these men for they will labor under .::::: one everything' .....
The ,Chairman: What I am 'getting a heavy strain throughout the .;:{: and economically.S ::::::
'is essiou. As a group, they are mind- ." ,.: .
at :
s'- if we, 'put .:":. .:. .
ed towards economy, 'towards the : :

Philippine-and same tariff basis Cuban, to sugar what on extent the, :welfare of the mass instead of :;::: One penny will toast 26 crunchy slices of toast, or :: :

if any, would that lower the priceof special deal for classes every and legitimate towards interest a square in ::;::::;:: give your eyes two hours of safe reading light or operate :;::j:

assuming, sugar In that the the American American market pro-, the state. Individually jy collectively .*::*:: your radio for most of a day-and-ELECTRICITY is :::;:

.... :.
ducer quota,? continentally% still, had 0 his track, they but may give then be pushed credit l. off now this for I ::;::;:: one: thing that gets cheaper the more of It. t,h.:;::::

Mr. Hawes: "I don't think that selecting it as their own chosen xx. .,,A:.

could possibly happen ways They represent peopleevenyou :i:$:: 'That is'why It' is soveasy to have and enjoy a home .';....;.. f

did The happen Chairman? ': But suppose- it champagne and I-who appetite, have but acquired, still pos-a :.+_"::+::. that, is all. electric' and mo d ern. :.z.:::.::::.:

Mr. Hawes: I just can't conceive sess only a beer pocketbook. Not : .

of it for this even a ,million dollar a 'yy_... .:..:.
reason: We consume year executive ...:' ...:.
approximately 6,500,000 tons of could balance "those twain" .1..:. r ...: ,''t .:..Z.
.:. .:. :
sugar. We only produce 2,000,000tons and we must not expect a group of : '' '

in round numbers. That means citizens of average ability to accomplish .:;::.j:. ELECTRICITY, YOUR CHEAPEST SERV.. .:i:::_;:
that 4,500,000 tons has to come such a miracle in sixty .:'.:. : '. .:.'..i'..
from off-shore. .:. r .:....
"- days.As I .:'.,. .:..t.
that The wasn't Chairman: That is right, but a working organization both :::;: .-ANT-USE 'IT EXTRA V AGA TL Y. :!:* +

my 'question. My ques- groups have started well.- Committees = ._.
y+ 1_
t tion was" this-we have got to import have been well chosen. 'i. .z..i.2
::: '
'' ... S .I .....
E 4,500,000, tons of sugar in Senator J. Turner Butler is an : ....:.
order to make .z'.i... "J .:....
up the local man to preside the
: over .
up- .:... .;..:.
continental producers cannot pro- per house and Senator Sid Hinely .:..;!. \ .":.
: :....
duce is that .
Do we agreeon is an able pro tem. Representative '.z'... r' AIV .:..:.
that? G. Pierce' Wood! has already demonstrated / .t.: .. ,. .;..:.
Mr. Hawes ...: .: ...:.
: is '
right. his ability 'asSpeaker : :
I .:. :, : .. .
"Vunnythis solemn ,interchange and his pro tern, "Economy John"S. : "srGlades

".; oC.Hawes: ideas,statement beliefs. For that i 1 instance ire ,..only Mr. tenant.." J3 rs, te an'.. outstanding liqu- : : :' Power and light Co. :_:I:

producer 2,000,0(30() tons /of sugar), ,There; is ,a veritable delude !of= : '-' .' .... :_' : ;.

in round numbeVe!!.., 'fl1atit me8.D-G- 4,-' bills...but bona ,pf. 'them to; far- very :.i-k-; --0. .. ... ', ... ". ..ii..
500,000 tons"have
to com from surprising.'Diptt: '''tb' .
'x>;>f eln havebeSn. ;, : ; .
| .
off-shore." aired .' ... 't '..t '. ....
tl roul1'tho: rrcsa. Schools, .i'.), < .. I ...... .:..:.
And the

,:m'enU "Ttfat halrmanj-s,601emI1 i? rUV' state- DIO.ui drgaaized\ .t Rtn. labor tore, ,, FPYi citrus!9l'sv, racing Q?I 1 1-: t........): :: :..:..:( '*, .tx.iiyy;+ ). h ....... Wwl .wX't.H.)C X"X..:'''''.'''''':i''iii"trit'c. : ) .

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FRIDAY.. APRIL 14, 1939
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: ..XMXMX N:.*XKMX N:M tMXMX N MM:.'XMXK M X*.t'.X"X'X.*;N:. "noon. Mrs. Campbell 'Nall won a I a jaunty effect. I' I li i'i"hed by the"1" High School Glee
? luncheon cloth 'as high score prize The showing was held in Wana- Club and offi\cem for the coming

i I + X and Mrs. R. C. Nowling a bridgeset maker's auditorium last Wednesday l'year will be } Installed. ,

i ,,,- 's'os" SOCIETYI I for low.A I On Thursday:, ? evening, April 27,

1 \ :: PERSONAL and :;:: clever and delicious RaggedyAnn I I there will be a meeting of the
I, I salad was served at the refreshment RICHARD KNIGHT CELEHiKATES I.Tri-county Coi Jncil of Parents and
-':-" hour to Mrs. Nowling, SEVENTH BIRTHDAY TUESDAY Teachers, held. here at the school
f :. 1 I, """ "s'"S" Mrs. Nail, Mrs A. C. Carlton, Mrs. auditorium wit;?h Mrs. C. F. ParvIn,

,'I '"i'." N _N. "N M..Y_.' "...................o......'.........................AAAAAAAAAAA.......",_,_,._._."."."","..>' B. J. Schroeder, Mrs. L. A. Wells, Richard Knight celebrated his past state P/-TA. president as
N N N ;
N N ti N: N: NON : ; ; ; spacer.: The
M:N:N:N:N:N:M: N Mrs. John Elmore, Mrs. E. L. seventh birthday with a party at principal regional

I Miss Virginia Saxon of Moore I L. C. Reddish and Carol Reddish Hayes and Mrs. S. L. Crochet. his home :Tuesday afternoon. Bobbie president, MrrC.. R. Robin will
made to Miami the first of also be
Haven spent the we k-end visitingMr. a trip Smith won the egg-carrying contest press
the week. Carol enlisted in the U. MRS. EZELLE HOSTESS TO
j and Mrs. A. W. Lawrence. I and Lionel Beatty the rabbit hop.
r S. Navy and passed' all his exam- I AFTERNOON BRIDGE CLUB The boys were awarded books as r. '
k t ..i Mr. and Mrs. Lucian Wolfe and inations while in Miami. He returned prizes.
Is Your Sti
( 1; Mrs. Maud Hare were visitors Wednesday to Clewiston and is waiting for Mrs W. H. Lanier won high prizeat Easter colors were carried out in :Subscription Paid?

; in West Palm Beach.' assignment from paval authorities. the afternoon bridge club which the oblong birthday cake and in i
i met with Mrs. J. W. Ezelle as the iced drink of lemonade with Subscription 2.00;; Per Year

Miss Mary Markette and Miss Miss Mary Peacock and her mother hostess Wednesday. Her prize wasa cherries. Ice cream was served with

1 w Ruth Knight were in Arcadia Sat I Mrs. M. Peacock bf Miami were lovely tray. Mrs. H. R. Hall won these to the guests and each guest .
If' urday. recent guests of Miss Ruth Knight the cut prize and received a novel was given a bag of marbles. NOTICE, OF iNTEbvTioN TO APPLY
' and Mrs. Josephine Knight. Miss wall decoration. FOR PASSAGE OF
I, I Those invited were Lionel Beatty, ;Pr.CIAL Oil LOG I. LIP.GIS.ATIOX
II Mrs.:' F.' A.. Flanders and ,daughter I Peacock and Miss Knight were I Cake roll and iced tea were'serv- Skippy Cothern, Vollney Robbins,

:\, i1 ,Phyllis, of Moore Haven were room-mates at Florida State College ,,I ed by Mrs. Ezelle to Mrs. Dave Harry Vaughn, Ernest Reddish,I NOTICE is 'HEREBY GIVEN That
visiting here Friday. last year. Alston, Mrs._ H. R. Hall, Mrs. T. B. Rannon Simmons, A. D. Dobbins, at the session of the Legislature of
Shelley, Mrs. G. B. Thomas, Mrs. Florida which convened in April lf)35!) ,
r Jimmie Johnson, Gene Land, Bob- application will be! made for the
I B. M. Mercer and son; of Tampa Mrs. Keathley Bowden left yesterday W. H. Lanier, Mis. I. ,M. Pafford, ble Smith, Bobbie Berner and Kay passage of special or local lesrislatlqn,
i were business visitors here Wed" for Tallahassee to attend 211'5"L.. C. Miller, and, Mrs. Keath- Bowden. follows the substance: of whICJh'\ will .be na
a class reunion at Florida State ley Bowden. AN ACT FOR
j nesday. i I PROVIDING THE
College. Mrs. C. E. Nail accomp- PAYMENT OF THE I SALARIES
.' i I anied her and is visiting her :parents BAPTIST W. M. S. MET OP MEMBERS OP TH"E SCHOOL
of LaBelle were. in Clewiston :, Mr. and Mrs: A. A. Munroe, AT CHURCH TUESDAY I THE STATE OF FLORIDAHAVING -
: son I in :Madison for a few days. I A POPULATION OF NOT
I Sunday. I I The Community Easter Egg hunt, LESS THAN 3,700 AND NOT
I The W. M. S. of the First Baptist i an annual affair sponsored the MORE THAN 3,775. ACCORDINGTO
and Mrs. J.I I Charles F. Hager of Danbury, met'at by THE LAST STATE CENSUS,
F. Simpson Church the church
Mrs. W.
:American Legion and put on with AND REPEALING ALL LAWS IN
visitors Friday in I I Conn., arrived Sunday to visit Mr.:
W. Ezelle were Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. A. R. I the assistance of the Sunday, CONFLICT HEREWITH.
i Bradnack for sew Dated this 11th of
I and Mrs. W. M. day April 1939
: Fort Myers. Broadfoot, president, in charge of Schools, was held, Sunday afternoon MRS. HOMER TAYLOR
Mrs. Bradnack j ;
I eral days. Mr. and ( the meeting. Reports of the various in the Civic Center park with an ) Chairman Board of Public lu.
I Mr. and Mrs F. Deane Duff spent met him in West Palm Beach, and I II committees were made. estimated hundred children parti- struction of Hendry Countj,-

the week-end in Palm Beach with I I the group made 'a sight-seeing trip I During the social hour Mrs. C. cipating.The I ATTEST Florida.: ,
Mir and Mrs. F. Edward Bryant. i j i to Miami. Mr. Hager left yesterdayto Krueger and Mrs. W. R. Broaderickwere I Legion committee headed S. A., GRAVES
visit in Tampa and other Flor li Superintendent Public Instruction -,'
----' I[ returning north.HuntHarris hostesses. W. C. Owen, prepared thirty doz- of Hendry County, '
ida cities before
Kolstad and
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Those Mrs. E. bf. a'nd Florida.
attending were en eggs these were hidden bya
I at Lake I I April 7, 14, 21, 28.
; son, Kim, spent Sunday !i Cornette, Mrs. H., L. Davis, Mrs. J. patrol of Boy Scouts. The hunt
1 Wales, Winter Haven, and Orlando.i!: H. Davis, Mrs. G.' ;E. Etherton, Mrs.I. was directed by B. C. ,Flaniken.The -

-, IJ J I R. Holland, Mrs. E. L. ,Hayes, children were, divided into M. COUSE
1 Keathley Bowden attended the II ] Mrs. E. E. Kelly, Mrs L. C. Mil three groups with the very small .

I I Florida, State Press Association's'I! Miss Carol Harris, of Clewiston,, ler, Mrs. M. G. Mines, Mrs., C. children hunting in the area directly Counselor and Attorney at LJWHopkins
j] spring meeting in Tampa last week I became the bride of G. Bowdon Nelson, Mrs. C. W. Simmons, Mrs. under the water tower the t

end. I i Hunt, of Lakeland, in a pretty Thos. Russell;
i I ceremony performed in the First Mrs. J: H. Simmons, Mrs. .J,. H. the community playground: and the
: j+ Mrs. Homer Wakefield, who is Baptist Church of, Arcadia Saturday Wilson, Mrs. A. H. King, Mrs.:''Fred older ones in the remainder of the Wednesdays and Saturdays
'" 1 attending Southern College ,at. Lakeland evening at eight o'clock. Rev.C. Topper, Mrs. M. A. Thomas, Mrs. civic park.. Prizes of golden eggs 0:30 to 4:00

I j I; spent the Easter holidays at I II [ B. Price officiated at the mar- H.: E. ,Trice, Mrs. W. T. Wheeles, were given to those children finding -

I i her home here. I i riage. Mrs. Sam Young, Mrs. G. E., Wenz- I the most eggs 'in each group.
The chancel was banked with loff Mrs. Alex McGowan Mrs. C. .'
I I I --- ...
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Alston and .palms and large baskets of gladioli E. Nail, Mrs. H. E. Walker, Mrs.A. PARENT TEACHERS TO
children, Harriett and Carol Joy,I in pastel colors were placed at Hodges, Mrs. V. C. Woodward, MEET TUESDAY ,NIGHT
spent the week-end. in' Moore Haven 'intervals against the altar. The on- Mrs. Jerry Cato Mrs. Williams,
with relatives) I: ly light in the church was provided Mrs. Paul Bussey, Mis. Sara Jo A meeting of the Clewiston Par- Good FarmLand
i i by white tapers in candelabra.. Crews. ent-Teacher's Association will be

Mrs. J. D.. Baigrie and Mrs. Alice II I Prior to the ceremony Joe Mar- ---. held at the school auditorium Tuesday -
.Hunt of LaBelle visited Prof and I tin, of Plant City, sang "Because", BIRTHS evening at 7:45 'with Clyde

Mrs. B. E. Herring from Friday II accompanied by Miss Alice Leadley Wilson, state attorney-elect as the
I of Fort Meade, pianist. The traditional -
until Tuesday.Jim I Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Lee are the guest speaker. Music will be
'wedding marches were
,r proud parents of a six and three- ..tOlRent
Beardsley, 'a student, at. the First to enter the church were quarter pound baby daughter ,born
Florida is' pending Tuesday night at the Clewlston sLc.H o '
,_ University of ; -: I the ushers,: ,Bert Harris brother of. i
,. with his parents, Mr. Frisbee hospital.Mother and daughter are -
few days
a [ the bride, of Arcadia, Loyal -
'-.-- and Mrs. J. E. Beardsley.' Bartow, Nat Daniels, Plant reported doing nicely.

I City and James Shepherd, Tltus-.1
I Dr. and oMrs. John P. HIgginsare W
; Mrs. Jerry Cato left :Wednesday' !: ville. These were followed by the'.
the of baby boy'who
parents a
in Miami after visiting dresses were
; for her home bridesmaids, whose
| arrived Thursday at the Clewiston TrespassersWill
I her sister, Mrs. C.V.. Simmons I II I made alike of net with high waistline '
for a 'week. : and contrasting velvet' ribbon hospital. .' Be

I, --- i iI sashes. Miss Mary Jane White of
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Lanier, Miss:Miami wore yellow with green, L. C. STURGIS GIVEN ProsecutedCleviston
I Lee. Pridgen and Miss Bernice:'Miss Alma' Godwin: Fort Meade, SURPRISE BIRTHDAY PARTYA

Guthrie spent Saturday in West I,wore peach with blue, Miss Martha

i f ;Palm Beach. j Boring, Arcadia, green with yellow, group of friends surprised L. 1S
I l Miss Edith Underhill, Fort Meade, C. (Pop) Sturgis with a birthday

i A. H.: Brown, of the Jacksonvilleoffice I blue with peach. Just preceding the party at his home on the government -
of U. S. Engineers, was bride came the matron of honor, reservation last Thursday* ev-

I II. a business visitor here for' a few I Mrs. James Nolan, of Jacksonville, ening. Ljaiting ,

,days this week. !sister of the groom. Mrs. Nolan was Two birthday cakes and a quan-
f, i dressed in orchid chiffon with purple tity of ice cream were taken as refreshments Realty And

Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Bruce had sasli. The waist was shirred and and a number' of gifts For"a Sail

,as their guests for Easter weekendMrs. I the skirt was very full. The at- were presented to Mr. Sturgis as DevelopmentCorp91ation
., Bruce's sister, Mrs. R. Thomas tendants carried Colonial nosegays. a token of the esteem in which 'he The Modern Merchant

and Mrs. Grace G. Wolz .f The bride entered on the arm is held by his friends. Doesn't wait for SALES
Miami. II of her father, 'B., J. Harris, by Those enjoying the occasionwere ,
whom she was given in marriage. : Mr. and Mrs G. ,T. Augur, HE ADVERTISES .1

I Mrs. C. H. Berner is ,expected to I Her blond loveliness, was enhancedby Mrs. F. D. Hessey, Mr. and Mrs.J. :' .
.return Monday from Foley, Ala-I her wedding dress of white taffeta F. Curry, Mr. and Mrs. S. G. ---

bama, where she has ,been visiting with short circular veil which Fry, MIr and Mrs. Andrew P. Ber-
Mrs. Lawrence LaFran for several I covered the face and was held in ry, Miss Virginia Jordan, Mrs. Arie
dajs. place by gardenias. The dress' was S. Kingsbury, Miss Ruth Marshall,
made with a fitted basque waist, ,Verner Cornelison, C. V. Rafn andA. '

J. E. Beardsley attended a meet- leg o' mutton sleeves and a very H. Brown of Jacksonville. I'I HiiiW

ing of the Everglades Drainage District full drindl skirt. Her flowers were I _

1! board, in, Miami last Friday I gardenias. Her only ornament was INTERMEDIATE B. Y. P. U. I RFOGCFcr LL ZII1'iiii
1 called for a discussion of the proposed -.\her sorority's string, of pearls, HOLD SOCIAL MEETINGThe

refunding: plan and possible:I which is traditionally worn by each

1\\. needed legislation.Mr. j bride 'of the..sorority.At ..... Intermediate B. Y. P. U. \
I the altar she was met uy I of the First Baptist Church helda

I .", and Mrs. N. M, Burt of II the groom, attended' by Harold social meeting at the home of' \

Savoy, Illinois, and Mr. and Mrs. )!Grizzard as best man. Following Mr. and Mis. Jeffcoat on the government '
Beecher of Nacomb, Mississippi the ceremony a reception was held reservation Friday even-. )
I spent the week-end in Clewiston at the home of the bride's parents.Mrs. I

''I while on a tour of the state. Mr. Hunt is the daughter of I ing.The hostess served salad and iced I

and Mrs. N. M. Burt are uncle' Mr., and Mrs. B. J. Harris of Ar-I tea, to Doris Hodges, Betsy Springer oblivionWith

I and aunt of Mrs. F. M. Wfright.. cadia. She graduated from Southern Mary :Mathis, Janice 'Wynn,

I II College in Lakeland, where 'she Laura Bailey, Barbara Broadfoot,
Mrs. Fred Fiolock; and two i ii was a member of Kappa Gamma Elsie Jeffcoat, J. D. Hooker, JackV'aters Our Direct-Reduction Home

I i children arrived in Clewiston Tues Tau 'sorority. She has taught the % Lynwood Dixon, Adolph Loan Plan each monthly payment:
1 day night from Key West to join fifth grade in the Clewiston school Martin, and Mrs. G. E. Etherton. c' ,
i a Mr. Frolock who is employed: by this term and has become popular l DONL QN: cancels a portion of the loan. That:
the U. S. Engineers. They are making with pupils and townspeople alike. MISS ROSLYN LUCE AWARDED no interest:
1 the Sag'anl'OreI Hunt is the of L. Huntof vn H uH part: is gone you pay
I their home at Mr. son PRIZE IN FASHION SHOW /AV..CE
Jacksonville. He also attended COY it and are that much nearer -
I Court apartments. I : on -- you ,
I Southern College and--- was a member Miss Roslyn Luce, daughter of I. O1REC1 debt-free home ownership. Ask
The Clewiston Community Church I 1 of Pi Kappa fraternity. He is Mr., and Mrs.. Byron P. Luce, was 1
further good
choir presented their Easter can-i connected with the state welfare awarded third mention, in a New I Lao P; and you shall receive

tata, "From Death Unto Life" at:I office in Lakeland.Mrs. York spring fashion show spon- news about our home loan plan.
Moore Haven Sunday evening. Hunt has returned to Clew- sored by the Traphagen School of I
Those who made the trip over 'were iston to complete this term of Fashion which ;Miss Luce is attend-

I :Mr. ,and Mrs. J._ H. Doty, Mr. and school, after which she and Mr. ing. Miss Luco's entry war a four ---- '-- --

,., Mrs: F. M. W'rightr.. and Mrs. Hunt will reside in Lakeland. piece crepe suit, shorts and blouseof
.' : Joe Robbins, ,Mr. and Dlrg.C.. E. Cbarm Coral ctepe with Surf- : Clewiston Federal Savings ;
: .: Robbins, Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Prew- !MRS. CAMPBELL' NALL'WINS. blue crepe. 'jacket and skirt, all
'-.:.. ,itt, Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Smith, Mrs. HIGH SCORE AT BRIDGE pieces separate and interchangeable. ,

: :Blanche Turner, Mrs. J. G. Niblack, Zippers close the back of short, ilnd Lnui A i 'flOO ;

,_ Mies Marlpn. !*$?4g[ wft At W. Mrs. G. S, Ethorton cntottaiued1.C side! pf efclrt and<, front ot bloqstoM ..

] ". ." ,::"' ':i., ",! I .. ._,:," '' .! :.... ..... .., -.. .';\' 'toWfl du.ccU" wld.y' after* turned up eufff f oj i 1i4lv'P\ '1-, ..: ,l, :
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1hfl'Cfl COMES a MOMENT $: <)

i We StraddlersThe
line between folly and wisdom -

By r ELINOR MAXWELL ',,: .. .,: : : foot which on is we each an often imaginary side.travel one with along one e

No monotony like that existence

I, O ARCADIA HOUSE PUBLICATIONS-WNU SERVICE from which all cares have been


,SYNOPSIS I' For an instant, she felt herself to cided to accept Aunt Linnie's invi- added dryly, "1 hope you'll find Slippery PossessionsA

be swirling in a great, black void. tation to visit her in New York. them just as fetching as the cam- man with a plugged dime is

Mary Loring ancj'her: father Jim, an ineffectual She couldn't remember where she Janet, always eager to give her chil- era has made them, but I doubt it." as eager to keep it as a woman

brings his attorneymeet wealthy sister-in-law a train, unmarried which was, or what had happened. Then, dren every possible advantage, felt Mary placed a hand on Linnie's with a secret. 1

Linnie CotswellV and her friend, Leila she felt Chris' arms about her, and that a sojourn in her sister's com- shoulder. "Oh, but you mustn't give Man' has too many furies to

Ormsby divorce:c, for a Christmas visit. heard his' anxious voice. fortable apartment would be a great parties for me, Aunt Linnie. I'm always understand the dove of

Waiting, her at yoUnger hoiric for sister.them Ellen are; her Mary'smother fa I, "Mary! Mary, darling!I" he was ,treat for Mary., here just to see you, and to work." peace.

ther's nagging rnaiden: sister. Aunt Mamie saying.: "Are you hurt, dearest? As for Jim, he, thought, "Mary "To work! What doing, for heav
and,Peter the
depot guests with Dr. their Christopher luggage.Cragg Though helps secretlyIn thing!" her! A change will do her a world "Writing, Aunt Linnie," Mary returned 7lW0 Ut2 412CC12Q

love with Doctor Cragg Mary has paid He had called her dearest and of good, and Linnie ,will be a fine her dark eyes wide and see
little attention to her beauty. In leaving influence. She's a wholesome wom- "
He clutching her closeto rious. "I want to be author.
was an
her Aunt Linnie urges Mary to visit her in darling.
New York. but Mary refuses At work In his heart as if he would never an, in spite. of her sophistication, Aunt Linnie uttered a-little shriek. th2 U/'UZk'-""
a rental library, where she spends her spare let her go; as if-as if he loved her! and she has both feet on the "Heaven help usl! An author! Dar- Lot
time w3Uing short stories Mary is -
when her father tells her that he And now,' his lips were touching her ground. ling, you're far too 'pretty to spend
- .r, been let out as railroad attorney, the closed eyelids. Mary could pay her own expenses, your time messing around with Blueberry Flakes Griddle Cake
fees of which almost the sole supportof There the
were fortunately. was mag-
he pleaded. "Can't words. I've met
"Mary you never a woman
his family. To earn money she, decidesto nificent balance \\\ cups sifted flour
of dollars -
begin writing in earnest. hear me, darling? Are you all ninety-seven writer yet who didn't look like the 3 teaspoons double-acting baking
right?" in her savings account-a balance witch of Endor! Besides, the Cots- powder

Mary ,lifted a limp hand, and that represented meticulous wells have never been noted for 34 2 teaspoon salt
CHAPTER III-Continued touched his lean saving over a period of ,five years. their teaspoons sugar
swiftly, fleetingly, brains. It's been all they 2 eggs, well beaten
-3- cheek. "I'm all-right," she mur- With a feeling of daring, she went could do to write a fairly decent l?i cups milk
Mary placed her typewriter and "I'm thanI to the First National Bank the following letter." 1 cup Grape-Nuts Flakes
mured, thinking, happier 1 tablespoon melted butter or other
paper on Mr. Hormel's oak desk at have ever been in all my life. morning and drew out every "Don't discourage the child, Lin- ,shortening
the rear of the shop, inserted a sheetof He loves me! Chris loves me!" cent of it. This final gesture buoyed nie!I" admonished Lelia. "There'san 1 cup fresh blueberries '

paper, and pounded out, a title His lips were on hers now, bring- her' up considerably.The exception to every rule. I think Sift flour once, measure, add
and her name: At Sea by Mary Lor- ing them back to joyous consciousness. entire family went to the station it's 'grand that Mary wants to try baking powder, salt and sugar ands }

ing. For half an hour, she sat there, "I love you, Mary," he was to see her off. "Don't" worry her hand at something sensible." t again. Combine eggs and

cudgeling her brain, her vague saying in quick, breathless words. ; too much, Dad dear, she whis- "Nothing's sensible for a pretty milk; add to flour, gradually, beat-

thoughts for a plot jangling about in "I've loved you from the very first : pered to her father as he' held her woman except a good marriage," ing only until smooth. Add Flakes
his farewell embrace. He
her mind along with the harassingand moment I, saw you, darling, that loving .Linnie firmly decreed. "I know- and shortening. Fold in berries.
insurmountable questions: night last summer at the country : looked so gaunt, standing there on because I've never been either beautiful Bake on hot greased griddle. Serve,

"What will we do, now that Dad'sbeen club, but I shouldn't tell you so. My the wind-swept platform, waiting for or married!I"CHAPTER with a hard sauce. Makes about 2
the train to pull in so sort of-
let out? Where will money ,
God, I' shouldn't tell you! dozen griddle 'cakes.-Adv.
come from? How will Mother react hunted. Mary had kissed him first;
"Why not, Chris? Why be afraid IV
when she hears?" : then, with terror in her heart at
to tell ?
At last, her fingers fell upon the Silently me, he lifted her to her feet, his appearance, returned to him, The days which preceded LinnieCotswell's
keys. She had an idea. A simple, after bidding the others good-by, Ie K ( i1
and gently, firmly, pushed her from him last hug. She cocktail party were like'a P
to give one
straightforward idea, about a large him. "Because," he said, his voicekT' dream to Mary Loringbeautiful Qu
family at' loose ends financially.She thought for a mad instant of panic, !
enchanting, unreal, yet bedev- -
wrote with eager haste the "I don't believe I'll ever see 'him .
again. Oh, God help him. Help us iled by the ever-present worry over
fluid of her ,
homely, thoughts story home conditions in Hawkinsville, be- Sentinel FeuuretPREPONDERANT A I
themselves in her fertile all!
mind conceiving: passing magically throughher Lelia met her at the Grand Cen- set at all times with thought, of. SENTIMENT
; Christopher Cragg. Aunt Linnie
fingers and on to the sheet of tral Station, a redcap already in

white paper before her. At last, it tow, and guided her dexterously dragged her triumphantly throughone "A FTER one hundred and fifty years,
was finished-nearly five pages of through a milling crowd that had mad orgy of shopping after an- 1 l notwithstanding expansion of ter-

neatly compiled thoughts, of swift, : gathered to pay homage to Robert other, on to lunch at the Margueryor ritory, enormous increase in populationand

clearly defined action. She had doneit H : Taylor, boarding a, nearby train for Pierre's; thence to a first show- profound economic changes; de-
I ing at Knoedler's or Harlow's; thenon
spite-direct attack and subversive influ-
She had at last written a story Chicago.
that seemed even to her own criti- "We'll find a taxi," Lelia said, to someone's apartment for tea; ences; there is every indication that the
finally back home for a quick bath vastly preponderant sentiment of the
I "as
cal mind, to be worthy of editorial putting an arm through ,
American is that form of
notice. soon as we plow through these and change to evening clothes, and people our
dinner at the Plaza, or the Waldorf. government shall be preserved-
fans'who their bestto ,
movie doing
"Of she thought, "I'll are
course, Charles Evans Hughes, Chief Justice of
Swank-looking boxes of all sizes,
have to read it over again and get a lock of that poor man'shair. the United States.

again, and revise it, and retype it, i Aunt Linnie sent me down to shapes and colors were daily being

but, at least, I'm on my way." meet you, and to inform you, post- delivered to her from the shops, The Bald FactAs
and although she reveled in the lux-
It was not until the following haste, that she is simply enchanted -
change of heart about uries which Aunt Linnie insisted on
before six that Christo- over your
night, just ,
made his visiting her. She's attending a guild presenting to her, her enjoymentwas a young girl, Frances E. Wil-

pher Hormel's Cragg appearanceat had retyped meeting at Saint'Thomas' this after- decidedly tempered by the lard, the Oberlin, Ohio, woman
her shop. slipped the 1I1"Nothing's noon, but she'll be home by the thought: "The money spent on these who became a foremost advocateof

into manuscript, and di- ( time we get there." frivolities would just about support women's rights, was not beauti
story a long envelope, she Aunt Linnie, true to Lelia's Mother and Petey and Dad for a ful. She was lean and her hair was
rected "At Sea" to the magazine "
at home when the month. thin and reddish.At .
would it. : promise, was "
prayed accept I two girls arrived at the smart Park i "I suppose I do look well enough," 16, a girl acquaintance of
The front door opened, and Mary, C Avenue apartment house. Rising she conceded to the person in the the same age asked: "Aren't you

a copy of Sabatini's most recent tale quickly from her deep, chintz-cov- I mirror, "but what difference does it sorry to be so homely?" Real tact-
mid-air in her
of adventure
ered chair before the fireplace, she make? Chris is marrying someone ful-like.
hand, turned about. sensible for a pretty I came the length of the room to I else-and this thing called beautydoesn't When she was 21, Miss Willard
"The late Doctor Cragg, he an- I to first base in wrote in her journal: "You are
woman except a good marriage, welcome Mary with outstretchedarms. get you a
nounced with a grin. "People will Linnie decreed. literary career." not beautiful, pretty, or even good-
have babies in this town, and thus, this that Lelia looking. There is the bald fact
clipped and tense, "I haven't the "Darling! she cried. "I'm so It was at moment ,
my dear doctors Mary, keep from enterprisingyoung the best right. I-I'm going to be married I glad, so very glad, that you decided taking a hasty shower in the adjoin- ,for you. And yet you are not disagreeable -
away to Did Lelia tell ing bathroom, called to her. "Mary! nor unpleasant.-
next month-to a girl:I've known all you
sellers. But thank God for itl! A ,
life." that she's staying with me, too?" I say, Mary! Did you find the let Cleveland Plain Dealer.
baby at four o'clock! A my
yesterday With a vague movement of her Mary laughed. "Poor Lelia didn't ters that came for you in the after-
at half three!
baby today past "
hand Mary sought.for something to have a chance to tell me anything, noon mail?
"Paying babies, Doctor Cragg? hold to, found the corner of a table, she ,replied. "I was so busy exclaiming Mary, applying a dash of colorto GAS SO BAD

Mary demanded in mock seriousness. and clung to it. Thank God, the about the sights and lights her lips, glanced towards the

"I do hope you, haven't been gathering dusk prevented his see- and sounds and smells!" door which Lelia had opened a frac-
wasting your time!" ing her face with any clarity. Thank "And you haven't seen anythingyet. tion of an inch in order to be heard CROWDS

Chris brought his eyebrows to- God, she hadn't told him that she, Oh, Mary, you'll adore New above the noise of the shower. "No, "My bowels were so sluggish and mj
gether in what was supposed to em- too cared-desperately. He would York! Well, about Lelia here, she's I didn't, Lelia. Where are they? Is stomach: so bad 1 was just miserable. Some
times bloated me until it crowded my
ulate an expression of severest rep- never 'know now. He would never sublet her own apartment for a few there anything from home? heart. I tried Adlerika. Oh, what relief.

rimand. "Any baby is a paying know. She managed at last to months, contemplating, as is her "You'll find them on the bedside The removed first the dose gas worked and waste like magic.matter Adler and;my;to

proposition, my dear Miss Loring, speak, and even to her own ears, habit, a dash down South later on, table, propped against the lamp. I stomach felt so good."-Mrs. S.A. McAmis.

for a guy that's just starting out her voice sounded calm, almost so I prevailed upon,her to come and believe there was one from Haw- you If gas in your you stomach gasp for and breath bowels, taka bloats a

in business. Experience, my child, careless. She said "Good luck to stay with me in the meantime, and kinsville. Sorry I forgot to tell you spoonful of Adlenka and notico how the
is nine-tenths of the price, or' something thus few moments of the stomach GAS is relieved almost at once.
brighten a sooner.
you, Chris. I wish you the greatest Adlcrika often moves the bowels in less than
to that effect. However, if happiness." declining years of my life." Mary's lipstick fell to the dress- two hours. Adlcnka is BOTH carminative

you must know, one of the arrivals "Happiness!I" the man repeated "And, at, the same time, save mea ing table, and with a mad dash, she the and cathartic etomach,and carminatives expel GAS to warm cathartics and soothe to

into this vale of tears will bringme sardonically. "Happiness!I" And : large number of precious dollarson made for the table between the twin clear the bowels Recommended and relievo by intestinal doctors nerve for

absolutely nothing in dollars and then, "Well, I must be getting on, hotel bills!" Lelia added with a beds. Two letters reclined in- 25 pressure.;years. Get genuine Adlerika many today.

cents. The other-well, do you think Mary. Are you sure you're all grin, removing her fur turban, and triguingly against the lamp. The Sold at all drug starts

fifty dollars is too much to chargefor right? Are you positive nothing'shurt brushing her hair back from her top one, she"could tell at a glance, ,

the safe, sane, and most-er- ?" forehead. "Come on, Mary, I'll was fron Ellen. Dear Ellen! Dar- Today's popularity

modernistic of deliveries?" "Nothing-but my heart," she show you our room, and you an ling Ellen! She hungrily tore open of Doan's Pills, after

v "Fifty dollars? Why, it's really thought; but aloud she said, "Quite ''rest your hat and coat, as Addie the envelope and began to read EL- wide many use years, surely of;world-must

pretty cheap, I think, providing the I Chris. You aren't going says." len's cramped, school-girl scrawl; beaccepitedas; evidence
proud new parents possess the fifty. without your book, are you?" "Addie?" then, having got just to the end of .1 I of And satisfactory favorable public use.

-I've saved your book for you, but Chris was swinging away from "Aunt Linnie's very pretty Mulatto "Darling Mary, we do miss you so," opinion supports that
not I must admit without consid- wandered to the other let- of the able physicians
,her and towards the entrance door. maid, counselor, bodyguard and her eyes who test the value of
erable difficulty. It's hidden awayon "I don't want the damned book," friend." ter that awaited her. It was a long, Doan's under exacting;
a shelf in the back of the affair her addresswas laboratory conditions.
shop.A he almost shouted, and disappearedinto "She's been with me for ten legal-looking ; These physicians
bit- of favoritism I'm showing, the darkened dreariness of years," Aunt Linnie added, "and typed; and in' the upper left- too. approve every word of advertising

Doctor Cragg. Come on back and Main Street. she's a treasure. Ring for her right hand corner was printed those magic you recommend read the Doan's objective Pills of as which a good is diuretic only to }

I'll'root it out for you." "There goes my very life," Mary this minute, Lelia. We'll have some words: The National Weekly. treatment for functional kidney disorder

He followed her to the shadowy, said to herself. "And now that thatis tea. I know, Mary's tired from her Placing the fluttering pages of El- and causes.If for. relief of the pain and worry it

rear room of the shop, noting, as over, there's nothing left for me journey, and needs something to len's letter on the bed, she gazed, more people were aware of how the
he did so, the valiant way she held but hitch to a star. brace her up. We don't dine till as if fascinated, at the impressive, kidneys must constantly remove waste
to do my wagon that cannot stay in the blood without injury -
r her..shoulders,I ,the slender lines of It won't be the kind, though, that eight." businesslike envelope staring at her to health, there would be better understanding
back. beneath the lamp's soft glow, of why the whole body suffers
her young "It's up here, Aunt Linnie meant. It will be a "Eight? Mary repeated auto from when kidneys lag and diuretic medication
she said, pointing to the shelf that career. I'll mail 'At Sea' tonight; matically. (TO BE CONTINUED) would be more often employed.

seemed to be the carry-all for every and tonight, I'm going to tell the "Darling, you're in a dream," Burning be scanty warning or of too disturbed frequent kidney urination

thing not wanted for display, and, family' that, after all, I shall accept said Linnie."I Handel Also an Eater function.may You may suffer nagging back
before he could say anything she Aunt Linnie's invitation to visit feel as if 1 were, Aunt Linnie," Handel, the famed musician, wasa ache, persistent headache,, attacks of, dizziness :
getting up nights swelling puffiness -
had' ascended the ladder."I her in New York. I can write there, Mary admitted. "I've'never before great eater, nay, an enormousone. under the eyes-feel weak, nervous
could have done that," he remonstrated perhaps, really write. And I can't seen a room to compare with It is told that whenever he fill played out.
Use Doan's Pills. It is better to rely on
"Here, Mary, let me-" stay here! I simply couldn't bearto this! Or such loads of flowers! Or dined at a tavern he ordered din- a medicine that has won world-wide acclaim -
"No. You wouldn't be able to stay here, and meet the girl so many photographs of fascinating- ner for three. Once, the waiter cameto than on something Jess favorably
find it.. I've hidden it behind a lot Christopher C{agg is going to looking people!I" tell him that the dinner was ready known. Ask your neighbor

of trash. Back there, somewhere-" marry." "Well, you're going to meet some just as soon ,as his ,company!' came

And, reaching beyond her distance, Jim and Janet Loring were quite of those intriguing: creatures Sun- "Then bring the, dinner',out, quick* Q
she lost her balance and toppled to amenable when Mary informed day. I'm giving 'a party to intro- ly," said Handel. "for I am the com

the floor. them that night that she had de duce you to my friends, and," she pany." .



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Tennis And Golf I Davis was 'sentenced by Judge his talk one of the most interesting test that is 'held there next Thurs' Range 34 East

Geo. W. Whitehurst on June 8 of before the club in recent months. day and Friday. Support your W'/2 of the SWU of the SWU
of Section 35, Township 43 South
Teams Organized last year and since that time he! C. B. Savage of West Palm school and your city by helping Range 34 East; f

has been held, in the county jail I Beach and J. M. Couse of Moore these boys and girls and be pre- E 1h of the SEU of the SWU
without bond the outcome: Haven visitors at the of Section ,35. Township 43 South
awaiting were meet- ,pared for a pleasant surprise.Spore Range 34 East: ,

Golf and tennis teams .are being of the appeal made by his attorneyto ing. Wes of tho SEU of the SWU
the higher court. It is likely sews of Section 35, Township 43 South
organized in the school as a program r Range 34 East: '
of athletics for the closing that he will be removed within a .4"',: :a ': _',::. '. >, .;;:.;:J'.-... -.: A school tennis tournament starts B'fc of the NEU of, the SEU of
f school. Coach Homer short time to the state prison at Monday and will decide the top Section 35, Township 43 South
month of I I
Range 34 East:
Raiford. players of the school and probablythe
Wakefield states that, he is tryingto I
WU of the NEU of the SEU
SCHOOL NEWS members of the school team.
of Section 35, Township 13
matches for both groups South.
arrange NOCULATIONS GIVEN i I Most likely eve will play Fort My- Range 31 East: y
but has been, as yet, unsuccessful.Not TO 04 CHILDREN Editor ___...._._..... Bill Owen !I ers at tennis in two or three weeks. E', of the SWU of the SEU
much time remains for match I of Section 35, Township 43 South,
i Ass't Editor ........ T. D. Hooker Golf has been selected as a late Range 34 East; -
play in either sport but it is hoped Dr. Leland H. Dame, assisted by i Sports Editor ........_ Dick Owen J'I school sport and a nice assembled Wi/2 of tho SWU of the SEU
match and a return -
that at least one of Section 35. Township 43 South,
be arranged. Hiss Elizabeth McCloud, county golf team has resulted. Those' out Range 34 East;
may nurse of Glades county, gave ty: for the golf team are Owen Winn, E& ef the SEU of the SEU of
Coach Wakefield states that every : : = :
Township 43 South,
effort had 'been' ,made to or- phoid inoculations to eighty-two "I'l--o n'o-r' L-AI"n/J Bill Owen, Leroy Hare, Ed Von Range 34 East;
Mach, Bud Vaughn and Dick. Pat- Web of the of
team but children of school age and 12 of First grade roll: SEU the SEU
: samp-
ganize a swimming of_ Section 35,
Township 43 South
les of water from the levee canal pre-school age at the clinic held Beatty, Bobby Berner, Richard I terson. With these names we shouldgo Range i. 34 East: ,

sent to the state laboratoryfor ;Wednesday at the school. Schick Knight, Gene Land, Volney Robbins far. Elh of the NEU of the NEU

were test proved tile water unfit for;tests and inoculations for diptheria Jimmy Roberson, Harry Scout :News of Range Section 31 East 1, Township: 44 South- ,

swimming. Typhoid and dysentery';were also given. Vaughn, Jr., Shirley Benbow 1\Iur-1 W of the NEU of the NEU'
said to, ha ve"beeu The next typhoid shots will be el Golden, Ann Prewitt and Mary! The Scouts, enjoyed a lovely din- of Section 1, Township 44 South,
bacteria are ner Tuesday evening in the Inn Range 34 East;
found. Jf t 'given next Wednesday. Roberts. I E% of the NWU of the NEU
at the invitation of their
of Section 1, Township 44 South,
the American Legion. The Legion's Range 34 East:
Second Grade
Splendid Programs- held in theScoutis 'W% of the NWU of the NEU
"The Dizzy .Baton" To i regular meeting was .
The second graae'presented the: of Section I, Township 44 South,
I : and the
presence gave Range 34 East:
(Continued from Page One) program "Mother Goose Gives An. El of the SWU of the NEU
On Monday I boys some idea of how a business
Be Given I I Easter Party" at the regular as- of Section 1, Township 44 South,
should be held. Cap Duff
meeting 34 East
sermon was preached by Rev. Forest i sembly'' period Monday. The entire I Range ;
: I was thanked for his kind donation
--_.- -- Was of the SWU of the NEU
C. Taylor. grade participated in the program. of Section 1, Township 44
"The Dizzy Baton" a comic bur I jof; troop flags by Sherwood Hallin South
I The choir took their cantata to The story concerned the finding of Range 34 East: )
lesque will be presented Monday behalf of the troop and Dick W% of the NEU of the NW I4
the Methodist church in Moore. a large book by two children and of Section ,1,
afternoon at 2:00 and again Monday -' Owen thanked the Legionnaires for Township 44 South,
Haven Sunday evening and will give the party which followed when the Range 34 East;
i their splendid cooperation and for
evening at 8:00 in the high Goose'characters E% of the NWU of the NWUof
Mother walked
school auditorium by the membersof ,5t again in LaBelle next Sunday at j out the delightful invitation. Section 1, Township 44 South,
club under{17: 45 ,at the Methodist church.] of the book. Court of Honor will be held next Range ,34 East;
the high school glee
E% of the SWU of the NW?,
the direction of Miss Alice Stein- Members of the choir are: The class has lost several mem- :Monday night. of Section 1, Township 44 South,

holtz. !os: Irma Smith, Mina sopran-I bers recently. Patsy Hudson and -Dick Owen, Scribe. Range 34 East: '
I W of the SEU of the NWU
'Blanche Turner; : Dorothy Williams have moved away.
of 15c and
An admission charge of Section 1, Township 44 South,
25c will be made to defray ,the ,bins Marion, Leydig, Hazel Prewitt; I June Collier has been very ill ,and NOTICE OF MASTER'S SATE I Range 34 East;
club 'Baritones: Robert Smith 'and Al-i I will not be back. Charles Miner, to satisfy' said decree and all costs.
the glee '
expenses of sending JOHN 'J{. WOOLSLAIR,
to compete in the state music con-,bert Dodge; Tenors; Frank Wright Margie McCracken, Shirley Phillips the, NOTICE undersigned IS HEREBY Special GIVEN:Master that in 'I Special Master in Chancery. )
,''and Edwin Robbins; Basses:'' John and Robert Wiaudt have missed I EVANS. MERSHON & SAWYER, i
test in Tampa on Thursday and Fri Chancery, by virtue of the final decree i First National Bank Buliding, ..
day of next, week. IDoty and Jim Beardsley. Mrs. Chris- the past week because of illness. of foreclosure entered in that Miami, Florida,
certain, in the Circuit
:tine Doty is pianist. The second grade enjoyed an cause pending Solicitors for Plaintiff.
Court of the Twelfth 'Judicial Circuit
Parts will be taken by the girls'chorus
At the Baptist church Rev. Mar- Easter egg hunt last Friday on the of Florida, in and for Hendry March 31, April: 7, 14, 21, 1939.
boys' quartet and the grade I hall Mines,: the pastor, gave a school grounds and also presented County, in Chancery, being Case No.
school rhythm band and F. M. 825, ,where Reconstruction Finance
will assist Miss Steinholtzin special Easter sermon at the morn- June Collier with an Easter basket. Corporation, a corporation organizedand
Wright :,,3ns service on Sunday entitled, Second grade honor roll: Shirley existing under the laws of the NOTICE
the production. United States, is plaintiff, and G. C.
I 'The King Is Dead; Long Live The Owen, Corrine VonMach, Jack Davis Bantz, as Trustee. and others namedin
Participating will be: June Hooker -King," and the sermon at the ev- Nadine Andrews, Charles Miner the bill, are defendants, will, on NOTICE is hereby given that Beryl
Billie Hooker, Bernice Guthrie, ,ening service was "Servants Of Alfred Dodge, Christine Espenlaub Monday May 1, 1939, between the Bowden intends to apply to the
Maxine hours' of eleven o'clock, A. M., and Judges of the Circuit Court for Hendry -
Beulah Guthrie, Doty,;The King." Margie McCracken and Bobby Han- two o'clock, P. M., at the front door County, Florida, for a decree and
Florence Graham Leah Richaud, Special musical numbers in these na. of the County Court House in La- 1 license to manage, take charge of
Julia Oglesby, Mary I Belle, Florida, offer for sale and sell and control her property, and to become -
Betty ,
services were renditions by at public outcry, to the best and a free dealer in every respect.Consider .
Johnson, Zena Belle Pullen, Edythe' :choir of "Christ Arose" and "Je- Third grade honor roll: Carline highest bidder for cash the following I
Nell Cornette Carlton Prevatt, Bo : at the described real property in Hendry
Christ Is Risen Today"
sus Berner .Barbara Bruce, Mary Catherine County Florida to-wit: I
Lolley, Dick Owen and Munselle morning service and "He Lives On Dyess: Jeanette Golden, Lillian SEU of the SW'% of the SE'.4 :
Stone. High" and "One Day" at the even- of Section 23. Township 43, South,
i Golden, Betty Jean Moody, Ranere 34 East:
ing service. Special congregational Marsha Norton, Marilyn Shelfer, Wes of the NETS of the NCVi of
singing was enjoyed at both ,these I Section 35:;, Township 43 South,
Duff Is SpeakerAt Clifford Beatty, Harold Broaderick, Range 34 East:

services., The Ordinance of the I Kim Kolstad, Dick Schiffli, Dude E% of the NW;h of, the NE / cf

C. of C. MeetingMayor 'Lord's Supper was also administered Smith, Elvin Young. Section 35, Township 43 South, ,
Range 34 East:
at the morning hour. I _
BV4 ,of the SWU of the NE>.4 of I
I A large number of candidates for Fourth Grade Honor Roll: Clar- Section 35, Township 43 South,

F. Deane Duff of Clewis- baptism were accompanied to Moore ence Styles, Sammy Young, 'Jo Ann Range Wiz, of 34 the East SW: % of the NE;i 0

ton was the guest speaker at a Haven in the afternoon for the bap- Crouch, Ruth Emrich, June Espen of ,Section 35, Township 43 South,

meeting of the Hendry County'tismal service at the First Baptist laub, Mary Ruth Johnson, Janice Range EV of 34 the East SEA: of the NEVi

Chamber of Commerce in LaBelle Church in that city. Norton, Louise Prewitt. Mary of ,Section 35, Township 43 Soutji.

Monday night. The members' wives I In addition to the church services Louise Thomas, Grace Ward, Nancy Range 34 East; y
W% of the SEU of the NE'A
child in the
were guests for the evening and the practically every com- Wright, Eloise Welch, Jack Mar of Section 35, Township 43 South,
meeting was held at the picnic munity had an opportunity to joinin tinez. Range 34 East;
recently established by the at least one Easter egg hunt and RVt of the NEtf of the NWU
grounds Fourth Grade Egg Hunt of Section 35, ,Township 43 South,
near town. the Community hunt drew an estimated Range 34 East I th AngUs
group i Fourth grade egg hunt was giv- : SE
Mr. Duff spoke in the interest one hundred children I \V ,A' of the NEU. ,of the NW 4
en Friday by Mrs. F. 1I.Vright
of Section 35, Township 43 South,
of safety in cross-state travel and and Mrs. J. J. Graham, home room Rantre 34 ,East: your own home'is real

of the need for a super highway)I'Beck IntroducesContinued mothers at Mrs. Wright's home. of Ef Section of the 35, SW Township;4 of the 43 South NW' ,. Owning economy because you save the

200, feet wide 'between Fort Myers: Bobby Maynard was awarded high Range 34 East; landlord's proFit. Any family need-
and West Palm Beach and dwelton W% of the SWU of the NWUof
score prize and Ben Bolton, and ing a home will do well to look at
the great progress which had ( From Page One Louise Prewitt tied for low. Re- Range Section 34 East 35, Township: 43 South' i our selection of homes and buy

come to the lake section with good sentatives of the State of Florida, freshments of Easter eggs, sand- E'/j of the SEU of the ,NWU before real estate values increase
also discussed drain- memorialize and ,of Section 35, Township 43 South,
highways. He do respectfully pe-
wiches, punch, ice cream, cookies I Range 34 East; I We will gladly help you
age developments and expressed tition the Congress of the United and candy were served. There were WV of the SEU of the NWU attain debt-free ownership of your "

himself as believing that a friend-I States' to immediately increase the thirty-seven class members at the of Section 35, Township 43. South, home thru payments like rent.
34 East
lier feeling is developing between sugar quota allotment for Florida. party and their teacher, Miss Evelyn -! EV2 of the NEU of the SW'/j,
the eastern and western ends of And be it further resolved, that Burhans. of Section 35, Township 43 South, I
the county through the efforts of copies of this memorial be immedi- 'I Range 34 East: Clewiston Federal
Grade Garden Club
Fourth N% of the NWU of the SWU
the county chamber of commerce. ately transmitted to the Presidentof .1'1 OfficersPresident, Nancy of Section 35, Township 43 South,
Following Mr. Duff's talk the the United States and the Sen- Range 34 East: Savings and LoanAssociation
Wright; vice-president, .Sally Gra- SWU of the NWU of the SWU
group of about seventy people en- ate and House of Representativesof ham; secretary-treasurer, Ben Bolton. of Section 35, Township 43 South,
joyed a chiclten pilau supper. the United States and to each has selected Range 34 East:
The garden 'SEA of the ,NWU of the SWU
senator and representative in the !. a plot, in the school garden to take of Section 35, Township 43 South,

Bishops In Auto United States Congress from the II 'and will meet each Wed- ,
care of I --- ---------------------------
State of Florida. 0 I nesday. The members are: Gilbert II


I Dr. Bourne- Alston, Mary Louise Thomas, Pa- ?

tricia Bailey, Henry Martinez, Nan- .s. .fO y

:M. Bishop received a broken I .--.-- cy Wright, Oliver Martinez, Jack _:;: THE TELEPHONETHE :::

thumb and painful bruises'and lacerations (Continued from Page' One) Martinez, Ben Bolton, Mary Ruth ,

and Mrs. Bishop was little that the nation should make every Johnson, Ruth Emrich, Jo Ann .s.s \'',\,,' .0.fs

less seriously injured when their effort to utilize its own resources. Crouch, Sally Graham, Margie Allen :: OPEN DOOR, ::

car, a Ford V-8 coach, crashed intoa He said that experience had shown June Eslenlaub. _, y

car driven by a negro about sev- that the curtailment of one industry l y y

enteen miles south of Gainesville could not be effected with- Fifth grade honor roll: Jim' s -._._ 0"s

Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. out detriment to many allied industries -.I Moody'! Jean Augur, Nora' Oglesby,, :: +

Bishop were" on their way to carried on by byproducts.Dr. i Wanda Shelfer, Joan Walker, Em- .s. .y.

Gainesville at the time to spend Bourne, in speaking of sugar ily Bullen. : Can you afford to close the door in ::.s.I : .,
Easter with relatives. development in the Everglades said I _

Mr. Bishop stated that the negro that nine and a' quarter' tons had Sixth grade honor roll: Lewis I :_i:: the face of your friends for a consideration _:

signalled for a left turn and cross- been produced per acre on sixty-'I Blount, Sherwood Hall, Richard :: of less than IOc 1 per day? ::_:

ed the highway in that direction four acres by the United States Hanna, Nick Schiffli, Willie Smith, : t

.but as he started to pass on the Sugar Corporation this season I Parmelia Bourne, Betty McDuffie, I : y
right, the front car whipped also where in earlier years' a yield of I Christine Redish, Sue VonMach. :s f: In times of emergency, sickness or ;
to the right and the Bishop car three or four tons was considered I

struck the other broadside.' Mrs. good. He rated fires in the Ever- Seventh grade honor roll: Elbert, j::' death, the telephone is your nearest :i:

Bishop was thrown, against the glades as of national importancein '
Hooker. 'I :: neighbor. :::
,windshield hard enough to crack the destruction of land which I y

the glass with her head and cuta could be used to produce sugar)I Eighth grade honor roll: MarI- y

slight gash in her chin. more economically than any main- anne Jones. ::: Make an end to isolation by seeing :i:
i' The car, was not badly damagedand land area. '
after some emergency work our manager today for telephoneservice. :_:
I The speaker said that the Everglades Ninth grade honor roll: None. :: As

done over the week-end they were area showed too great a s .. ,. .
I Tenth grade honor roll: Dick Ow- :: : +
" able to drive it home,arriving Tues tendency ,toward one-crop farmingand ,
Renee Wethington. "
. day night. en, :!: i'" .' ::
I urged diversification. He a.'fr Eleventh and Twelfth: Next week. \ ,: i
said that he favorrd the state allowing -' .-..= .:'
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DAVIS CONVICTION IS new industries a period of Glee Club .. .s'X

UPHELD DY HIGH COUNT j tax exemption to come,' into the The Glee Club presents #n operetta +

state. $10,000,000 in now industries i Monday night at eight o'clock :i: INTER COUNTY TELEPHONE :_:::

The state supreme court last l'ri-I came into Louisiana after a law in the school<< auditorium. It, is a

day upheld the circuit court pledging tax exemption for ten (I very beautiful piece of work and f_: & TELEGRAPH COMPANYtA =;

ence of life imprisonment for Morris years was; passed.: is directed by Miss Alice' Stein- IfY

Davis for the murder .. of his Dr. Bourne's thorough: knowledge .I holtz. The main purpose is to raise

, ,youthful wife at their home in La- of his subject and the interesting money to take the GleeClub to I .. X

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