The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00731
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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 21, 1939
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
oclc - 33429955
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System ID: UF00028415:00731
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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I! VOLUME 18, NUMEiER _31 .

I Ilf Greatest Sugar Harvest Season<<: Ends This I

I I 1'1' Stewart's Fire Control Bill Passes House Yield Of More Than Four! Tons Of I

'I, (. - ------- --- -- Raw Sugar Per Acre Is Reported :

: j l'l'u.' .. A. IJESTOR NAMED OX12MAN Youth Loses Ear SCHOOL GLEE CLUB i .... -

I I j' : :: BOARD, FOR 17,000 See Sugar Best Previous Season Is
i HEXDRY COUNTY AccidentElbert

! I'' The new fire control bill which In Shotgun PLACES IN EVENTSAT House This Year Exceeded By 36

i; was introduced last week in the Miller, eighteen year old Day Margin
of Representatives of the
I'' House MEETMembers
I grandson of Joe Jones of Bear MUSIC Although the exact number of

h Florida Legislature by Representative ,
visitors -to the house for the
1 of Clewis- lost his left ear completelyand sugar
Elbert L. Stewart Beach ,
1938-1939 season could not be obtained Plantation cane cutters will layaway .
: :I ton, was voted upon Tuesday of suffered a slight concussionand of the Clewiston High at this time it is estimatedthat their knives when they returnto '

,j' this week and passed the House; severe scalp lacerations when School Glee Club, appearing for the by the end of the grinding their villages at the close of .

!11 i by the overwhelming majority of the shotgun with which he was first time in the state music festi- period, sometime Sunday, a total of work today and the greatest, sugar'

!!I i 86-3. hooting birds in a tomato fieldwas val which is being held this week almost 17,000 visitors will have harvest in the history of production

li I Ii I The act sets up a new administrative discharged Thursday in Tampa, placed in two vocal ensemble been shown through. This figure i in the Everglades will be" ended.
1 J! board of twelve members, accidently events and three solo classes. exceeds the previous high mad3 I Final deliveries will be made to

; 11 one from each county in the Everglades afternoon. last year by almost five' thousamj.: : the sugar house tomorrow morning

; I, Drainage District and one Young Miller: was brought' to All places won ,by the Clewiston On Tuesday of this week there : and the last cane will be groundby

i i; from the governor's cabinet, and Clcwiston at once and given emergency boys and girls were in No. 3 class, were 170 visitors shown throughby Sunday morning.

: provides a $75,000 annual appropriation : treatment by Dr. O. F. Schif- the three classes being chosen on I : sugar house guides with an explanation This program of the season end

J ) for fighting Everglades IIi and Dr. John P, Higgins. Although ability. Class 1 is, of course, the of the sugar manufacturing was announced on 'Wednesday by

j muck fires. suffering' considerably from best and rated as excellent. Class 2 process. This number is expected Jay W. Moran, vice-president and

II The bill, as written, names the hock and the pain of his woundshe is unusually good but marred by to increase daily as the season general manager of the United

( 'i :: members to serve on this elevenI is believed to be in no danger minor defects; Class 3 is designatedas nears its close.HARVEST. State Sugar Corporation, who stat-

I: -county board and gives them, the and will be fully recovered in a good but not 'outstanding and ed that inclement weather might

i : Ii right to choose their successors af- short time. marred by perhaps one major de possibly force a few hours change.

J fI tsar serving a two-year term. State The story is that Miller had made) feet. Despite this the showing made FESTIVAL With the sugar house grinding

I ; 11 Treasurer W. V. Knott is named ready to shoot at a bird but it flew) by the Clewiston group in their ; i into Sunday ,on the last of the cane

; II i as, a member of the board as' representative while he was out of gunshot. He first attempt against state-wide it will make a harvest season of

i 1'I''' of the Governor's' cabin dropped the gun butt to the ground, competition is very good and was FIELD BARBECUES I 174 days which exceeds. by thirty-

i ;1, et.' Right to appoint the chief fire apparently without throwing the deserving of special mention from six days the best preyious season,

I ''i, warden and his deputies which was safety and it was discharged, the the Tampa daily payers today.In that of the 1937-1938. Figures-

j given to the governor ,by the orig- load just striking a glancing blow senior mezzo-soprano class I DURING NEXT WEEK show that the percentage of sugar

i I, inal bill passed in 1935 is taken along the left side of the head. I I (Continued on Page 8) yield has been increased by seven-

)i Ii jl from him and will be placed in teen per cent over last season and ,
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j i II' the hands of this twelve-man board. I II As is customary at the close of tonnage of cane per acre by ten

I i H. A. Bestor is named in the I II I--------------------- each sugar' harvest season, every er cent.

I bill' to act as the first: member of: plantation worker as well as sug- Off of a total ,of approximately

the board in Hendry county. Other SUGARTALKSBy ar house and office employees will 21,000 acres, 19,500 of which is administration -
members are F. B. Mills of Glades,
join in celebrating another success- cane and the remainderthat
Frank Sterling of Broward, D. ful season, the series of celebra- grown by independent grow-

Graham Copeland of Collier, Cecil tion events starting the first of the ers under contract to the United

Turner of Dade, A. M. McAuley of CLARENCE R. BITTING week and continuing on toward its States Sugar, Corporation, approximately -

Highlands, Arthur Wells of Palm close., 805,000 tons of cane will

Beach, Floyd Johnson of St. Lucie, The celebrations will: be climaxed have been ground when, the sugar

Charles Raulerson of Okeechobee, Cuban CostsIt ,,"- next Thursday when the office house closes down, yielding, also
Edward Mapp of Martin and Regi- officials and departmentheads approximately, 86,000 tons of 96%
nald-Pritchard :of ,Monroe.. ,.,,- '
tIn white .house workers, raw: sugar which is a sugar yield
c sugar
bill seems that whenever; we Americans submiiT"our desire io produce
Mr. Stewart
! speaking for the ,
nf friends more than faur'tons'to'the'acre.
, said that the new board would a large portion of the sugars requirement of our Nation, we are inevitably and, their families enjoy
( furnished to
place the fire control work, "in confronted with the statement that sugar production in these a barbecue at the sugar house. Employment was an
United States is inefficient, wasteful and a burden on the consuming from 3 to 5 in the afternoon and average of 4,000 men during the
the hands of men who own property public. In fact, in 1934, an official of the Department of Agriculture I return to the sugar house that grinding season, an increase of
there, who live "there' and have an greed with a most subtle statement that this Department should slyly night for the great harvest festi-I about eight and a half per cent

interest there. RepresentativeOverstreet inject a hypodermic needle in the great arm of the sugar industry and, val and dance. This dance is one I over the previous banner season.
of Dade said, "A great while it was sinking into the state of sublime unconsciousness, gently of the leading social events of the Excellent weather conditions, coup-
I portion of the land we are trying ease and slip it out of the business world into a dark abyss where it year in the Everglades and is attended led with a constantly improving 'efficiency -

to protect is state land", and Rep. might never regain consciousness. not only by employees, but of organization made it
Martin of Hillsborough defended But before such 'dreadful action is taken, might it not be wise to hundreds of friends or'the cor- possible for these workers to increase -
the appropriation by stating "that probe into the situation to enlighten those parties who wish to sink by earningsby
their daily average
of south
money doesn't, amount to a hill of the sugar industry into oblivion. For whose benefit is it desired to poration from all substantial amount. The sug-
beans compared to the soil down force the American sugar producer out of business? In accusing the ida. a
lost but little time
iL i there." continental sugar, industry of inefficiency and wastefulness, with whom A ball game Sunday afternoon .at ar house
''Considering the favorable vote and with vwhat comparison are these judgments based? The .answer, ;i the Townsite athletic field will: due to mechanical difficulties
i -. I in both instances is-Cuba! In previous comments and articles on costsof the plantation events with the six and a half per cent lost
I given the bill in the House it is open _
I production and sugar wages, we found, from official sources, that time out of the available grindingtime
anticipated that little trouble'will Cuban costs are not much lower than American costs even when Cuban (Continued on Page 8) also includes the necessary
be encountered when it goes to the costs are on a slavery basis. periodic shutdowns for clean-up

i senate. On March 9, 1939, in a full page advertisement in The Havana Clyde Wilson Speaks work. Even these shutdowns were
Post, the National Association of Mill Owners of Cuba informs the not so frequent as in past years.
j Text of Stewart's Speech toLegislature world: operation of the
At P.-T. A. MeetingI This efficient
"On February 21 of the current the
year sugar I.I sugar house has influenced more
price, 'cost and freight, in New York was 2.25 cents per pound, than other thing the constant
251 that is 71 points lower than in January of 1937" any
House Bill No. creating, or
I Clyde Wilson, states attorney, employment for workers during the
establishing the- Everglades Fire and further at the Clewiston P.A .-'!'.
was speaker .
For the past few months our sugar' has reached a price season.In
Control' District, providing a Com- I' school audi 1938-1939
meeting held in the commenting on the
in the American market that does not cover cost of the pound '
mission, establishing rules and reg- of Cuban sugar placed in New York* the Association of torium Tuesday evening. Mr Wil season now ending Mr. :Moran said:

ulations under which fires may be Sugar Mills Owners does wish to declare, and wishes to have son's talk dealt with the responsibility "We are completing our most suc-
controlled, should be as. importantto firmly established, that the present price * does not cover of the P.-T. A. in the model- cessful season and the results'-
every member of the Legislature by far the cost of production *" i ing of character of the youths of tained were made possible by the

as it is to the particular members It is very evident and clear from the foregoing that, paying wagesof the community. "Important decisions efficient and loyal devotion to work

I living in the District. The Fire less than $1 per day, Cuban costs, by their own admission, are rest with the generation now !as evidenced by all members of
i Control District embraces all of in excess of 2 VI cents per pound. Upon examining the published costsof reaching maturity", said the speaker the organization. For this the man-
; the lands now embraced in Ever- production in the Everglades-costs which include an American standard "and those upon whom the I agement is highly pleased ands
: glades Drainage District that lie of living, and payment of highest wages of any area which suppliesthe training of these youths dependhave I extremely grateful for theoyalty
i within the counties of Broward, American market-one will find that these costs are but 2 VI cents
i sacred duty to per-
indeed a displayed,
per pound. Based upon their own claims, Cuban costs are in excess
Collier, Dade, Glades, Hendry, Highlands of Everglades cost. form." American youths are indeed I In commenting on the approaching -

Martin, Monroe, Okeechobee' THE EVERGLADES WHILE PAYING THE HIGHEST WAGESOF fortunate, pointed out Mr. Wilson, growing season and summer

i Palm Beach and St. Lucie. ANY AREA SUPPLYING THE AMERICAN MARKET IS PRODUC- as he compared conditions in this I field work Mr. Moran stated thatif
I' .. A 'majority of the lands in this ING SUGAR AT LOWER COST THAN CUBA WHERE WAGES ARE democracy with those in European the means could be found to
I I district are of high grade muck ON A STARVATION LEVEL.In countries where the spirit of unrestis prevent the reduction in acreage of

I type and all of the members know published statements by its own sugar producers, Cubans admit reaching a high peakIn I t5 % as is at present contemplated
!1,1 i that fire is a menace to muck or they cannot produce sugar at as low cost as the Everglades, and yet addition to the speech of ),11',1 I under the orders of the Secretary ofLgriculture
; peat lands. The very value of the this offshore area continues to be guaranteed the monopolistic right of ]I I great deal more
11 the P.-T. A. group enjoyed : that a
I I land is its muck type, and when 30% of the American market while at the, same time and by the same Wlson| throughout -
of music! provided employment could begiven
law of United States namely Florida is denied the rightto' a splendid program
burned renders the land of no one our own months
.4 I value. fill her own sugar bowl. by the school glee club, the coming summer

I For the past several fire We must continually remember that the last, time offshore areas under -the direction of Miss Alice than ever before. However if the

I J has destroyed millions of.years, dollars I were permitted to control all sugar supplies for the American market, Steinholtz. The program included"Me reduction is enforced the- numberof
I the American housewife was forced to pay more than five times a and My Little Banjo", solo men employed will be, of necessity
I in land values in the Everglades
I, district. The State of Florida itself reasonable price for this article which has proved both in time of by Carlton Prevatt. "Rose In Bud", cut proportionately to the 'reduction -
: war and peace, a primary necessity of life. The inefficient, low-wage, by June Hooker. "Shortenin in acreage. This summer
in this -
I owns considerable acreage high-cost, offshore areas demonstrated how they would gouge the Bread" by the boys quartette anda work entails not only planting and
I district and should be vitally inter American housewife when the opportunity presented itself. These chorus "In the Month of May". cultivation of cane but also includes

ested in Its protection. same inefficient, low-wage, high-cost offshore areas today are guaranteedthe accompanist. repair of equipment, repair of structures -
I Steinholtz
\ The members all know that any, exclusive and monopolistic right to the large sum of 70% of the I railroad lines, etc., as wellas
revenue derived from the sale of American sugar market, while Florida, having proved herself by demonstration At the business session Mrs. J. have
I these lands goes to the benefit of to be an efficient, high-wage, low-cost sugar producer, II. Doty was installed as president, I certain
j the state school system, which must stand by to gee the right to fill her' own sugar bowl denied. Mrs. K. Bowden as' vice-president, been outlined.In .
I f should be an important matter to Isn't the American housewife well Justified th pondering over the Mrs. R. N. Smith as treasurer and I addition to improvementsof at the
every citizen of the state. ,reasons why our government continues to grant exclusive and monopolistic Mrs O. C. Landon as. secretary. an extensive nature
I am particularly anxious that the rights of her sugar money to inefficient, low-wage, high-cost offshore Mrs. A. "R. Broadfoot, historian: sugar house' designed as an expansion -
1 areas, while at the same time, this same government denies unable to be present for the of facilities, other summer
preservation of property and values I was
.an efficient, high-wage, low-cost area like Florida, the right not onlyto installation, lecauso of illness in her work outlined is'the completion of'the
included in the Everglades Fire, supply' sugar to Americans in other sections than Florida, but also Prewitt, a 'past Townsite plantation village,
family. Mrs. M. M.
Control District be as near as is the right of Florida-.to fill her bowl. construetbgtThdibit -
own sugar grnlp'of 'started Iast year, with the,
possible,', divorced from a political I Who gains by. this denial of Mlle natural, and, inherent, light of( we president-i.ii..i..i, installed the sf .. : S"}'
: (qdJl'ti"U Cl oh pale 3) I lA.mericans to supply, our' o' 'n needs? .- Wherein. lies the ,.sulutiotl.? ( o'u'page' ) f. :' ."

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News AnalysisEurope Held DIZZY DRAMAS, By Joe Bowers
Note "BANG "
Playing- !
Faces Final Showdown )
Direct Result WHAT IS A SON ) MAYBE HE'S

In Democracy-Dictator Battle Of Tenseness

'; :'. ': By Joseph W. La Bine '


TWC unE-up c*TUC mo RLD IJJAR I WRITE frequently about t
The Central ftxuers | in* Allies migraine one-sided headache I

because thousands suf-
T oaITAlnAtIent fer with it and the only relief OF A .
4 usually obtained
( rrtI,) is by going to bed TODAY'S

for two or three t:2L:
days to a week,
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As : i
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the cause has been believed to
9nu u (G
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Inadderronean- 3- A, EECE seem and ment.physical-rest to be the logical would treat-thus What to Eat and Why

moaoccotFFOCN Perhaps the most efficient

THE UFIE-UP SOUGHT w LOnDOn treatment that has been discovered C. Houston Goudiss Gives Practical Advice on Feeding
tlDms-b rlmAwl 11111Inquled toward is that of ergotamine tar-

.. aO lU vin 777]The'Stop WtUr'front end Q I I the Ami trate, full details of which were given Teen Age Child; Describes Some Special
nations being odccd to join It.
E%>T ORIr'"f"ro' Imuenw by Dr. MaryO'Sullivan' t
some i Food Needs of Both Boys and Girls

SQVIET RUSSIA ky months ago in the
tlontk :;gwovoW; Journal of the Amer- By C. HOUSTON GOUDISS

p :?G2AhGRAi1CE' ican Medical Associ- BEGINNING around the twelfth year in girls and the thir-

ation. The ergota- year in boys, the rate of growth is greatly accel-
: t
mine tartrate is
n I. given -
uufl 0.Y erated. Then children require large quantities of food to
by injection into
I -
.1)) DuJwrtso RumaniA ''a' the muscles by a meet the needs of ,their rapidly maturing bodies and they

:: physician or may be usually develop huge appetites. Unfortunately; however,

l- taken in tablet form they are often inclined to overlook the foods that are most

TURKEY by mouth. Even necessary to. health, to eat at odd hours, and to stuff them- / T
Inedterrcncan_Se RC when ta'ken by
Athen'rtAr Dr. Barton mouth, however, the II selves with rich combinationsthat <
sriiliirprwr size of the dose may severely tax the
; ALGERIA( a)';tIdi IAC --- master food, they will continue to
should be as ordered by the physician -i digestive system. drink it during their'''teens.
the dose usually depending'
tional barriers (like Northsponsoredhigh upon the severity of the attacks. Mothers may find.it exceed- However, if they complain about

expressed EDITOR'S in these NOTE columns-When they opinions are thoseof are freight rates in alleged dis- This drug is given different names ingly difficult to deal with taking it as a beverage, mothers

the news analyst and not necessarilyof crimination against' poorer Southern by the different drug manufacturers, their, offspring all'through the should see that it is supplied by
the newspaper. states) are also to blame, most of way of cream soups and sauces,
but druggists know these names. 'teens when
from forlorn physiological with cereals and in
them'spring a hope nutritious pud-
Physicians have found that migraine -
Europe"There that the individual commonwealthcan occurs in families and in in- changes are taking place ding desserts, which can be en-
its by which mark the riched with thus
protect own prosperity dividuals who work hard or do transition eggs, providing
are in Europe two madmen discriminating against tradesmen additional proteins minerals and .
from childhood ,
things in the hard or "tense" to maturity.For t.
Hitler and Mussolini. There I are from neighboring states. Sample way. vitamins.,
in Europe two damn fools who sleep- barriers (1) preference'to Migraine Causes. along with the development of:
Chamberlain and Daladier" are: Some further information on migraine his fast growing body, the child's
home-state industries often result-
Such was the parting shot of Al- ing in monopolies and, exorbitant is given by Dr. W. H. Riley, emotional life undergoes -. Fruits and VegetablesFruits

bania's King Zog as he fled Italian prices; (2) excessively high license Battle Creek, in the Michigan State a pro- should be eaten freelyat -

invasion. Symbolic of British- rates for out-of-state truckers; (3) Medical Society Journal, who, found and disturb- least twice a day-and the high-
French lethargy were Mr. Cham- unreasonable sanitary laws which among other points, mentions the ing change. The caloric dried fruits, such as prunes

berlain's warships, which lay at an- bar dairy, imports. following: boy, or girl who and dates, may be used to ad-
chor' off Greek Corfu, within can- 1. Among the exciting causes of ,',.mss was formerly ame- vantage along with bananas, or-
of the invader. One shot Most such regulations tread on { nable to direction
non range migraine are depressive emotions anges, grapefruit, apples and oth-
said Zog, would have stopped the questionable ground, assuming such as those associated with worry, suddenly exhibits a er fresh fruits, as well as the
Italians. But one shot might also round-about jurisdiction over inter- anxiety, fear, anger, fatigue, exhaustion desire for inde- many varieties that come in cans.
have been the sendoff for a conflict state commerce which is really a loss of sleep, eyestrain, pendence. He be- Cooked and raw vegetables

more frightful than the, one which federal power. Early this year excessive use of eyes, using the comes .jumpy and should be provided liberally-if -
started from a pistol shot at nearby Washington became so alarmed that 'eyes in a bright' light. irritable, and the I possible, at both lunch and dinner.

Sarajevo 25 years ago. 2. Being sensitive to certain foods wish to direct his. Dressing cooked vegetables with }

When II Duce captured Albania, -eggs, fat rich foods, milk, cream, own life extends butter or margarine will increase
a month, had passed since Britain ice cream, wheat and others. even to his choice of food. their' fuel value, and make them

and France dropped their futile appeasement 3. Increased alkalinity of the Mothers must'' mobilize all the more satisfying for hungry boys.

policy for a Stop Hitler blood. These individuals work so patience and forbearance at their Girls, who are often finicky eaters

-Stop Mussolini program. Poland, hard they'starve themselves and oft- command-must make it their solemn during their adolescent years, can
Rumania and Turkey were fairly : en do not eat enough meat and fish. duty to see that their ado- usually be tempted with'crisp, raw
well lined up with the democraciesbut 4. Spasm in the blood vessels in lescent children have the foods vegetables served in the form of

such Balkan states as Jugo- the brain. In 'the opinion of Dr. they require for growth, for stam- salads; and protein can be added

slavia, Bulgaria' and Hungary knew Riley the spasm of the arteries of ina, and,for building resistance to by means of eggs, cheese, fish or
when they were well off. Align- the brain, which of course preventsa disease. For the stress and strain' chicken.
ment with Britain would invite in- proper supply of blood from reach- of adolescence will be far more

vasion from Italy or Germany. ing the brain and removing wastes, easily weathered by boys and girls
Meanwhile Berlin's covetous eyes is responsible for many other symp- who are properly nourished. Boys Need More Food Than Girls

began looking at Switzerland and toms besides the headaches, suchas There is a marked difference be- .
: the Netherlands, while Herr Doktor temporary loss of sight and tween the fuel requirements of ,

Paul Joseph Goebbels shouted from speech and also dizziness. Quality Important as Quantity 'teen age boys and girls. Both
his propaganda office a German an- I must have a well balanced diet.
swer to the key question Eu- During'the years of greatest
But the need
Gland Changes Cause boys many more
growth boys and girls frequently
rope today: Will Britain really fight calories and therefore should
to defend any lesser European na Many Skin EruptionsI require more food than their fathers have allowanceof
a more generous
tion's or mothers. But ,it is essential -
find myself writing very often highly concentrated foods which
that the diet be well bal-
Herr Goebbels said no, and many about acne-pimples, not becausethe supply necessary fuel with a min-
anced and of the nutritive
an alert Britisher said the same condition is painful or dangerous highest imum tax on the digestive system.
value. It should include abun-
thing, wondering if aggressive Ger- but because it is spoiling the an They should have cereals in gen-
many and Italy were not right in ,lives of many boys and girls 'just dance of easily digested energy erous-size portions-and it's advis-
maintaining that. Great Britain has when manhood and womanhood is foods, such as breadstuffs, pota- able to choose part of the cereals

passed her empirical peak and is opening up to them. They avoid toes, cereals and macaroni prod- from those retaining the bran and

falling into decadence. Under the playing games, going to parties or ucts, as well as liberal quantitiesof the germ. And they'll welcome
the concentrated fuel]
appeasement policy it was only MISSOURI'S GOV. STARK enjoying other forms of amuse more : nourishing desserts, such as cus-
passingly Temporary advantage, eventual chaos. I foods, such as butter or marga-
embarrassing for Mr. ment. tard, tapioca, bread and corn-
rine. There must be
Chamberlain to make repeated con- For years the results of X-ray an ample starch puddings.
cessions for peace's sake. But under several officials like Secretary of treatment of, acne have been excel- supply of high quality protein-

the new policy Britain at last faces I Agriculture Henry A. Wallace lent; in fact, the X-ray treatmenthas which is furnished by meat, fish,

reality; Europe's dictators, are obviously threatened to use a federal malletto been considered "the best single eggs, cheese and milk-to build Girls Warned Against ReducingGirls
knock down the tissue'' to
barriers. The the new muscle required
forcing showdown
a to dem- treatment of acne. It would seem,
onstrate that Mr. Chamberlain will most important result came from however, that this top position or cover the lengthening frames of on the, other hand, may
never fight to protect them, there- intervention by the Council of State standing of the X-ray treatment is the boys and help build the rounded become fussy and try to cut down
fore the little nations had best beg Governments which called a "na to be challenged by the treatmentof contours of the girls. radically on the fuel foods, with
the foolish idea of keeping fash-
tional conference interstate tradebarriers"
for mercy from Hitler and Mussolini. on which I have written many times,
must not be
in Chicago. ionably thin. This
Hence observers agree the worstof Surprisingly, that is, the treatment by viosterol.The .
Europe's recurrent crises-and though most of the 44 states repre- viosterol treatment of acne was Need for ,Minerals and Vitamins permitted, because it may resultin

England's," >too:may come within sented were themselves guilty, they first given to the profession by two There must be ample amountsof under-nutrition and, which opens the
to nervousness
fatigue ,
condemned barriers
to A
the present month. Neither Britainnor a man. members of the staff of the Univer- the various mineralsespecially way
serious disease.In .
France have backed up their clear-cut prophecy, actually key- sity) of Chicago, who cured them- calcium and phosphorus for the and may lead
new umbrellawaving"policy in the noting the session, came from Missouri's selves and many of their studentsby teeth and bones, and to help build addition to wholesome, nour-
case of Albania, whose occupationwas I Gov: Lloyd C. Stark: this method. sound, healthy nerves; iodine for ishing food, 'teen age boys and

a direct violation of the Anglo- "The point 'is this: If the states 255 Acne Cases Reviewed.Dr. proper functioning of the thyroid girls should have plenty of rest,

Italian pact of 1938. A swift Ger- try to get these additional revenuesat M. T. R.' Maynard, San Jose, gland; iron for building increased sunshine and healthful outdoor ex-
man, jab at Poland or an Italian the expense of their neighbors Calif., in California and Western quantities of'rich red blood. Every ercise. And they''also deserve the
march ,into Greece would providethe they are gaining only a temporary Medicine reviews 255 cases of acne vitamin must be included in the sympathy and deep understandingof

ultimate test; if Britain fails to 'advantage. They are laying the treated since 1930. Of these, 123 pa- adolescent's diet to promote nor- their parents.
march in,such a situation, then European groundwork for an unprecedented tients were treated by other means mal health and development, but Q-WNU-C. Houston Goudls -1933-59.
democracies are indeed decadent economic breakdown and eventually than the use of viosterol and 132 vitamin A is especially valuableat

and the Old World has new nationwide financial chaos which with viosterol; 86 were treated by this time of rapid growth, and
undisputed masters in Hitler and will affect their own citizens along X-ray. The diet and application of vitamin B is also required in liberal SOOTHE"" ,
Mussolini. At the same time Mr. with citizens of all other states." lotions or ointments were the same amounts to meet the extra demands M 'RSURNSn/ :

Chamberlain's government would I Homeward bound delegates were in the two groups.Of of increased activity and @U

undoubtedly collapse., admonished to work generally for the 86 patients treated by X-ray growth. SNOW-WAITE'PETROLEUM JELLY
On the other hand, if Britain and uniform regulations among the va- the acne was better in 30 at the end
France act to block the next dictator rious'states. If they must discriminate of three months; in '13 it was much A of Milk
Quart DailyIt
aggression, there is a pathetically it 'was decided to do it "di better and in 26 the condition was
good likelihood of general European rectly and not by masquerading under healed, and of the 132 cases treated is highly desirable ,that the
'diet:should include a quart of milk W. E. (BUCK) HANCOCKLicensed
warfare. the taxing power. But every with ,viosterol, 'eight were better, 20
delegate knew it would 'be 'a tough were much better and 32 cured. Of daily, because milk is such a Broker

I Trade : ": : :.: : job-even political suicide-to' destroy those cured or helped by the X-ray, .:splendid source ..of' calcium and FARM LANDS o ACREAGE
the invisible barriers --which there were 26 in whom the acne vitamin A, as well as other neces-
I State trade' barriers are usually folks'back home consider a justi- returned, whereas the acne returned sary minerals and vitamins. If MADISON FLORIDA

brainchildren of panicky depres- fiable protection. for their state's in- in only one case where vios children have been brought up Write for,ListingsWookly -
sion-ridden legislatures. Though sec ,dustries. ; terol was used. with a wholesome respect for this JA
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Ij ... 'Batter Up!' Echoes Once More \ Hobbies I ASK ME A Quiz With AnswersANOTHER

-But Woe to the Poor BatterThe ALBERT., RICH collected, of La samplesof Salle, 2_ on Offering Various Information Subjects

soil from every state to ,use ........
in the construction of'a relief

sharp crack of bat map of the United States. I 1. What is the speed of lightning ,building in New York at 10.000
_. against hall resounds Billy Kerr, seven, of Fredo- I ? miles a second.
'throughout'America April Picture nia, N. :y., has a collection of 2. What two European contemporary 2. King Christian X of Denmarkand

17 as another biff league 70 glass hats ,of various sizes, I kings are brothers? King Haakon VII of Norwayare
season starts. All summer many of them more than 100 I 3. How did Wall street, New brothers.

long the man at the years old and very rare. York, get its name? 3. From the fact: that irfollowsthe
Thomas C. Whitlock Jr., of 4. Are American vessels
plate and the man per- line of the palisaded wall or
baseball'stoughest Macon, Ga., has built a com- mitted to enter the Colorado riverat
1 it fare tico of which was built in 1652
plete model farm out of 23 its mouth in Mexican territory? the ,
assignments.The across southern end of Man-
boxes of burned matches.Dr. 5'. What is the source of the quotation hattan island.
phoo-diagram below Charles G. Berger, of At- "Patriotism is the last refuge -
shotrs how easily a lantic, Mass., as a hobby has of a scoundrel"? 4. Yes. En route they merely
catcher or bailer can be I Ir collected over 500 pairs of an- report to the captain of the portof
The Answers
beaned by a pitched ball yl) LS 'Ao Sp L: s tyr / d.y tique spectacles, says the Guaymas, Sonora.
.FI which goes 60 feet, 6 American Magazine. 1. The speed of lightning was 5.< It is from Boswell's "Life of
measured at the Empire State I, Johnson." '
inches in less than half a

second. Roth must think

with lightning rapidity.

No, wonder that Mickey r'wcKL0TES;

Cochrane lost track of HOW to SEW RuWtifTH: I ICURE

the pill two years ago.'C. Wl

pq : l
i "; SPEED 2% MILES per MINUTE p &y & & Grandmother amazed at
+ even was
'S about 60 FT. in less than half second LV &? > V>HV BLACK AND 2
| : .... j.VVM XX.r y V**f-r VVy yaw AM\-yMV, M -'* WJ>y "J"I "AV- -- s %"<.. X "Vi Ai "q y ;#,*' ayOM* ",: PEACOCK BLUE ",ypc 1 T, : how handsome it looked at the
k % :yw',4'_ .* / L aAtgtw'A C. YR fwz &.r"la .RRixH wr'V OVALS BORDER-RUST RED, ,' / ., u foot of the stairs in the new house. uTIlE only way to restore prosperity -
BLACK AND PEA ; Women everywhere are usingtheir in the United States: is to cure
PITCHER'S COCK BLUE tt a't leisure to make their homes as far as possible the evil of unemploy
BOX I more attractive, with slipcovers; ment. This can only be done by speeding .

curtains; bedspreads and lamp- up private' agriculture, commerce
v {w r -. r ,tl shades. They are again taking up j and industry to employ more people.
V % Existing industry must be encouragedto
+ rlt embroidery and handwork so that ;
W expand. Individuals be
ae a must encouraged
-FM KE they may beautify their homes
to spend their time and
own '
THE FIRST ROW OF and there is a revival of interestin
EACH OVAL MELONS their own money in developing new
old time hand crafts. enterprises and new products."-17. S.
Mrs. Spears' Book 1, SEWINGfor Senator Robert A. Taft.
f .J
the Home Decorator, and No.
2, Gifts, Novelties and Embroidery -

YES, a certain grandmother sur- clearly chart the way for you.I
prised everybody-even her- If the old craft of rag rug makingis

self. She had always enjoyed your new hobby, you may have
making hit and rr.iss rag rugs in free Mrs. Spears' leaflet on rag
cheery colors. Then one day her rugs with your order for both ,
rvyM HOME "Ft asiA Ysa y ear favorite grandson brought home books at 25 cents each. Address,

the girl he was going to 'marry. Mrs. Spears, 210 S. Desplaines St., \CIllCKS

She was a bright young thing, and Chicago, Ill

chattered away about color Any kind-for friers
*R 1a. schemes for her new home. Fire WalkersFire or high egg bred-
The living room and hall were to 6c up.- Ga. U. S. approved, pulloruui
walkers claim 'faith protects tested. 100,000 weekly. Reds, Rocks.
+ ,< be peacock blue and rust with them from injury as they Orpingtons, Hampshires, Giants Leg-
4yAM. touches of black. "Well, peacockis walk barefooted across a bed of horns, Minorcas. AA, AAA, Super A
4 { just a greenish blue," thought grades.Light and heavy assorted.Write
hot stones or smoldering ashes,
for details livability that
is on guarantee
"and rust
says Collier's. Others claim fire protects you. We have the breeding,
brownish red." So she got out her and to
equipment experience produce
walking is a trick the fanatics are
dye pot and her best wool 'rags, champion chicks. Oldest hatchery In .
able to stage because they use a
and she mixed'and she dipped and Georgia and first In state to bloodiest.
fuel that is a bad conductor of Write today.
Then instead of
dipped again. ,
heat, because they walk so rapidly
sewing her braided rags into one that the contact is too brief to HATCHERY
big oval, she made five ovals of
cause a burn and lastly, because
the size shown here-3 black and they are able to induce some kind 215 Forsyth St., S. W., Atlanta, Ga.XCOMTItJ.
2 blue. She sewed these together, of anesthesia.
N then around them came 4 rows of
rust 2 of black next then 4 --
W2 ; rows ;
; f. ..
:.1/ p; %,f/"r: 1 black 4 blue 2
,, of rust; of ; ;
/Qu black; then 8 rows of blue around
"1 : the outside.
'C. .
' .
.v147oan' When the wedding day arrived
this gift was a great surprise;

'i@ayY ..w..avarlto/JX'wa:RoRA.4J''r mr+HAWDi./'irAfvA6/nvf yn wWSn.mY:6wJrI ir 41' J

Joe DiMaggio, New York Yankee slugger, demonstrates a batter's Uncle PjiAt

coordination of mind and muscle. Especially noteworthy for both

I safety and success is the way Joe keeps his eyes riveted on the. ball

from the time it leaves the pitcher's hand. .Szyi:

A 70TAL 0 s5
V. 7 N OAR
i J r rr' n tl First Great AdvantageIf r10R4H CONTEST ENDS JUNE 3,1939

0: / /. l l J / "v Yrr2 a child admires and respectsyou -

you don't have to exhort it : TASTINO ,
i iI very much to influence its be-
I havior. u1lK / !fit a:, ;, ,.
People who never make excuses -
seem to get along as wellas WHY YOU LIKE' '
those who do.
Perhaps we are happiest in plan-
ning to soon "take life easy" than
'we would be if we did. Enclose label or facsimile with name and address rn l
of yourself and your grocer.Radios awarded each e
They Hold Him week.Get full details from your grocer-or write :; RLD'S
;w b% / The obstinate man does not hold PHILLIPS DELICIOUS SOUPS,Dep'L N,Cambridge,Maryland! "'' FARE
l / opinions.One .

0 w 4 9'(' N ,( .+ 'y fN' y. of the most popular characters PHILLIPS % SOUPSsA
Ge Xvb %e. y W a
in is old
p a play an woman
I/Y' .uly i iSn
i being natural, so few people are.

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In the above two pictures DiMaggio illustrates how he puts his y Pu

I shoulders and full iveight behind the bat as he brings the old hickory APP ME s

-- around to connect with the ball. Notice that full attention is still K sogH T up cA S M0KDN5Ss

focused on the ball, a rule that holds true in any sport. 140 uN
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Jolting Joe's strong follow-through is shown to advantage in I. itIj

'J these last two continuous action pictures of his swing symphony.

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The Clewiston News You see, he doesn't know what's on Thursday, April 27 at 8:15. 'The nomic and Inexliaustive<< source oft I purchase of bonds.
coming. girls will model clothes that they power fuel such as power alcohol, The Board reserves the right to
reject any and all bids.
Here's an example: The Flor- themselves have made. ,The classesare before a shortage of petroleum ac- MRS. HOMER TAYLOR,
Published every Friday In Clewiston ida Federation of Labor has a pro- preparing, a model fashion show tually occurred." Chairman Board of Public )1I
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS. gram of legislation that really and urge their parents and friendsto In paragraph 2 the statement al- I I FloridaATTEST Instruction Hendry County,

Inc. "shoots the moon" Asking costs come. Light refreshments will so appears "molasses is not usedto : '

nothing, so they asked for every- be served to those present immedi- a great extent in the manufac- S. A. GRAVES

KEATIILEY BOWZJEflT Editor thing in sight. One of the bills ately following the show., ture of grain alcohol simply because Public Superintendent Intruction of

surely not seriously contemplatedas -I, other products which can be ::made Hendry County Florida. '
Entered as second class mail matter a law, ,would make every pieceof ;MAY KING AND QUEEN from it bring a much better price." April 7, 14, 21, 28. '?: -/

February 1, 1927, at the Post Office In public printing bear the union At an election held recently' by What. 'I suggested was that "we
Clewiston Florida, under the Act1
March 3, 1891.SuJscrJptlon. label or the bidder who doesn't the school Martha Nell Alston was should use our local supply of mo- J
have it and can't get it, even if he elected as queen and Morris Fordas lasses for the manufacture of those NOTICE

employs nothing but union laborin king to rule over the May Day solvents and other products which Notice is hereby given that the
Ilntc $2.00 Per Year. his shop must file a sworn pageant to be held on the school bring a much better price than power Board of Public Instruction of Hendry -

Advertising Rate! On Application. schedule with each and every bid campus on Monday, May 1. The I alcohol" You will admit, that day County flfTn;V Florida 1Q3Q until will,twelve on the noon 2d

showing how much every employe two were chosen from the senior I this is quite a different statement receive sealed- bicisior" the construe-;
received every day during the past class of 1939.. from that reported. tion of a certain school building at
lI.nd'wel ,
Devoted to the advancement I Clewiston, Florida. A certified check
fare of Clewiston and Hendry County. year, how many hours he worked Four maids were also selected Very truly yours, or bid bond in ,the amount of $500.00
and what his working conditionswere. from the sophomore and junior ,B. A. Bourne. must accompany each bid for It to
crude and classes follows: Leah Richaud be considered. Plans and specifica-
The wording was as tions may be obtained tiom L. Phillips -
THE SEASON ENDS to make it, workable would have Renee Wethington, June Hooker: i Clarke, Architect West Palm
Today the cane cutters hang up required a new department under and Edythe Nell Cornette. I Beach Florida upon the payment of 1
$20.00. The sum of $15.00 will be refunded -
their knives for another NOTICE
cabinet officepresumablythat
some when the plans and specifica-
and in a few more hours the mas- of Secretary of State Bob Gray, JUNIOR-SENIOR HONOR ROLL Notice is hereby-given that i the tions have been returned to the Ar-
chitect in condition.All .
sive machinery at the sugar house Dick Patterson Louis Board of Public Instruction of good
The whole thing was only a coupleof Juniors:- Hendry bids should be addressed to
will be silenced as the banner har- pages long but the grief it hid I Leiter, J.. D. Hooker, Florence Graham of May County A. ,D.!Florida 1939 will on the receive 2d day S. A. Graves Superintendent of Pub-
vest for in the Ever- lic Instruction, Hendry County Florida -
year sugar was barrel after barrel. 'and Hervey Bourne. until twelve noon for the purchase of
LaBellc Florida, and marked:
glades comes to a close. Now a legislator wants to give Seniors: Bill Owen, Roy Hare 33000.00 No. 7, Hendry Special County,Tax School bonds District said Bids for the construction of school

The season end will be observedas labor whatever is right. That is I and Bernice Guthrie.COMMUMCAIIONS. bonds being in denomination of building.The Board' reserves the right to
it has been each with free $1,000.00 each, said bonds bearing Interest -
year popular and commendable. We fee ; at the rate of six reject, any and all bids.
barbecues for the negro laborers, the same"' way ;you and I. But in annum payable semI-annually.per cent. and per MRS.Chairman HOMER Board TAYLOR of Public

athletic contests and a general this short and apparently simple maturing 1st of the: as follows 1941: $1,000.00'on July I Instruction Hendry County,
years to 1053. Inclusive
good time for all with the Florida. J
sugar bill is hidden all this grief for ; and 2000.00 on July 1st of the ATTEST
corporation not only footing all other folks and if the legislators years 1953 to 1963 Inclusive. All bids S. A. GRAVES.:
the expense bills but offering cash didn't dig it out themselves or Superintendent should be addressed to S. A.: Graves Superintendent of
15 1939. of Public Instruction
April Public Intruction, ,
prizes for each of the events. The somebody didn't show it to them, I Hendry County Florida LaBellc Hendry County Florida.
white workers will not be forgotten The Editor, Florida, and marked: Bids for the
they would let it slide through. i April 7, 14. 21, 28.
The Clewiston News
and sugar house employeeswill Then for ,years afterward you andI ------

rub elbows; with departmentheads ,would hold them up to ridicule Dear City. Sir: .NN:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :.... .
: :":":":":":":":"
at the barbecue on Thurs- and heap insult upon them Y :":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":": ,
day and that night, at the harvest I have just noted a published report h

festival rousing sendoffis of the talk given before the ..
dance a For .i.
given to the current season.' .-. 7 Kiwanis Club and would like to The Small House
i make a correction. Undoubtedly I + I '
To the 'average person that's all
was misunderstood a little. In par- Y
un,(y the beginning of another h
SCHOOL NEWSEditor agraph No. 2 the statement appears -
season but is far from true. .:
"Butanol, he said, might some PLANS .:.
months the
Through the summer .._____.....__.... Bill Owen day' be used as a petroleum substi- :;:
house machinery will.. be : "Architectural ::
sugar Ass't Editor ........J. D.. Hooker tute because petroleum interests estimate .t 'Forum"of _..
torn down and repaired in
pre- Sports Editor ........_. Dick Owen that the present, supply of y V ?
paration for the coming season and ?
petroleum will be in twenty Y
gone h

additions plans call in for the extensive equipment changes to and increase !:.: : .:.." .T '_ -. '>f_ .r; i.years.appears" :Before"Another this use statement is in also the :"i;: PROGRAM financingthe :i:

the facilities for next year. Loan ..
OPERETTA manufacture of butanol 'a form of Y
Field crews will be busy plantingand Y v
Wednesday evening at 8:15 the fuel alcohol." h
cultivating, machine shops will Y
be overhauling tractors and other Glee Club presented the play,' "The What I said was: "Another use A" .s. .,

field equipment and the carpenters Dizzy Baton." It happened that it is in the manufacture of Butanol, .;. PROPERTY ourSacrifice .i..i.i
at'all solvent used in manufacture :_:
wasn't the baton that was a extensively
will be busy building even more :i:
modern villages, for the laborers. dizzy but the professor (Thomas of lacquers, safety glass, +_ listings :i:

The 'decrease in acreage orderedby Waldron). etc." I also stated that "Power al- Y +

the government has not alteredthe When the curtain rose a groupof cohol manufactured from molasses Y y

plans of the 'corporation for girls was sitting around waitingfor might some day be used as a petroleum :: We Can' Handle The', Every Detail ::

extensive improvements to their I their singing teacher to ,appear. substitute since molasseswas Y v y
properties even though it will, j if Everyone was thrilled when a noted found to be the very cheapest Y

enforced, seriously cripple the industry conductor and accompanist came to source of alcohol for this pur :

next season. An industry substitute for the regular teacherbut pose. Petroleum interests' estimate i J.EBEARDSLEYReal
that the present supply of pet'roleum
offering possibilities of sugar .growing the larger thrill came whena > .
in the Everglades may be retarded guard appeared to take the professor will only last twenty years + + .-

one or two years by foolish and great accompanist backto and the Government considered that ::i: Estate Hopkins Bldg. :i: Jl"l"l"
restrictions but will eventually tri- the insane asylum from which thef time had arrived when steps ,

umph-particularly _when the de- they had escaped. should be taken to develop, an eco- .:NM, NNNNN:NNMNNN:NN..:NNNNNNNNNNNMNNNN.INNNNNN. :NN:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:...

velopers are men who do not know During the program the Glee ---------------------------------T

the meaning of defeat."SITTING in Club Tampa sang the and songs also they several will other sing :.::;..;......:..".:."..'.....*.....:..MNNNNNNNNMM....'...'.__*............*...*......l'it ...:....:....:....:.:.':.-.:.-.:....:.--.t."i"-i"-..:...;...;...;...;...;...;...;...;...;...;...;...;...;......;......;...;...;...;...;...;...;...;...;...;.........;....-;...;...;...;...;...;...;...;."..;."..::"..::"..::"..::"..::"..::'...::"..::,.,.::,.,..::,.,.::,.,.:,

; IN WITH selections. In addition the rhythm A A.AX
band played two numbers.
LAWMAKERS" The club enjoyed working on the -. .
play and appearently the audience :i::: r / \ :!:::

AAA' ENJOY AN : .i'.s.
GILBERT D. I.EACH enjoyed it as well.
By .:..:: t' ." .t.s.

(Florida News Service) Julia Oglesby. :::*: .. ': : ?:i:?::

This isn't a news column. It GLEE CLUB GOES AXxx ,. "
.s..s. ': ALL ELECTRIC .'::fi
couldn't be. News changes hourlyin TO TAMPA .S..S. ,' i

Tallahassee and if I tried to For the, first time in its historythe YYXX 'j:." O':' '. ::::

tell you the news-this column Clewiston High School has been ....s. "', .

would look like the thirteenth dog represented in a musical contest ..s..s.=..=e ,' HOME .. .h.

who finished half an hour late. and we should be proud of 'the, tal-
:i::: 8:::::
But when the session is over if ent the boys and girls have shownas .

you follow through on this column, well as the progress they have AA I AIV it

you'll have a better idea of what ,made since the beginning of school.On &
happens than {the fellow'next door Wednesday of this week, I?

who reads avidly everything the members of the Glee Club motored i:i::: Electricity is the modern servant; a servant that s::?::

morning First off papers,, an apology.print. Pete Toma- to a Tampa state-wide where musical they competedin 'contest. ** takes care of both the work and the pleasures of the !:;:!::

sello says I did him a grave injus- Both vocal and instrumental con- ::ii::::; home and one that will do everything quickly, efficiently : ::
tice last week. Says he paid for and tests were held but the Clewiston .s..s. '

is wearing a TEN gallon hat instead group entered in vocal competitiononly. ::;::::;:: and economically. :i:::

of the estimate of six and 8S

a half I made last week. Well, my A girls' chorus a boys' quartet, .s..s.
I ; ; \ One penny will toast 26 crunchy slices .of toast,' or ::::!:
head isn't any ten gallon measure I a boys' trio and three soloists, June ::

so I'll have to take Pete's word I Hooker, Carlton Prevatt and Florence -. 3::;: give your eyes two hours ,of safe reading light or operates :!::!:

and apologize. Fellows" it's a tea Graham made up the local 8I i
galloner. i Glee Club. Clewiston was repre- .*. your ,radio for most of a day-and-ELECTRICITY is ::::

And Senator Murphy (author of sented, in six ways which is an :.s':::;: one thing that gets cheaper the more 0 f.it 'that you use. :::!:

the famous Murphy bill, you know,) excellent, showing for such an inexperienced :.._.
is all hot and bothered. He love i. =

about half, the newspapers- and) Members of group.the chorus were I ::ii::::: That is why it is so easy to', have and enjoy a home :::i:

hates the ,rest with a full grown I Maxine Doty, Florence Graham :s::s: that all electric and modern. '
Irish !I ; ; IS :!::!:
urge. Seems some of the ilk Mary Johnson Julia Oglesby, .s..s. .....
'.. haven't hesitated to use him for I Edythe ,Cornette, Leah Richaud, YV :

the goat. Blame him for all this I I Bernice Guthrie, Beulah Guthrie, .Vy.s"s.. ....:.

mixed-up tax situation when all Zena Belle Pullen, Billie Hooker, Y.x
in the world he did was to get June Hooker and, Betty Bailey..
some, of the submerged folks out The boys' quartet was made up
from under and back on the level of Carlton Prevatt, Dick Owen, :s s.i.: AXH: :

where they can be taxed James
some Munselle, Stone and Lolley .
more. You fellows who haven't I and the trio is composed of Dick :::: ANT-USE IT EXTRAVAGANTLY. *j *

caught on better wise up before Owen James Lolley and Mun.-elle:: +x
the ninth day of June or you will Stone. .s..;. J ft:

be eternally barred from the holy The trip to Tampa was to en- .s.Vv. IIY.Y

' land.The courage and stimulate interest in .s'..s. .s..s..s's'
legislators get blamed for a music among the students. With ..s.- ;" ...

i lot of things, most of which aro more practice and experience the Xv.s. AIV i+..:
"put over" on them News- club' expects to develop into an .s y'" .s.vt.

papers pull a lot of hot chestnutsout organization of which' the school! y v
of the fire because they don't and town alike well be' s
may proud.
know they're hot., First off, these I Power and Co.
legislators arq supposed to, pit FASHION SHOW' ::3:1:I: Glades light 0 I_ _

their wits against the best conniving The first and second'' year' Homo I
brains of the state and said A
Economics girl will present a fash- :syS
conniving brains have had two years ion show in the school auditorium : 's. ?.:.

-less: two months-to t h I n I 1.] I :Yv rv AYv

while the legislator has- only a few, ., XXMvXMXM
minutes to devote to' eacli subject Yetir 1:..:NN" :N:-:..:--:-:-:-:..: %-:-:-:..:-:-:-:..:->. ......:-:N\A.:; :..X-:-:-*X..XMXMMMM..:..XMMMiM>MMX"XKMXKKKMXMX..I.*!..!.:*:
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0h Woodward, Director. deacons described the building and I Duiinugc District: authorizing'
t the issuance of bonds for the
'k I Y Evening Preaching 8:00 p. m., the congregation subscribed the I purpose of refunding the existing
Sermon by the Pastor. needed $311.25 for a permanent indebtedness of said Everglades

y Yr TER50NAL and SOCIETY I: I Midweek Service every Wednesday roof. It is hoped the roof will be Drainage procedure District therefor;and and.providing repealing -
; I|I evening at 8:00 p. m. completed within 31 days. The all laws or parts of laws In

Yh The public, is cordially invited, to model is on display at the church conflict DATED with This this 18th Act.day of April,
X'j I attend all our services. I auditorium and visitors are cordially 1939.!

'.:. ...-..... . .... . . . .,,.,,.,,.,,.,,.,,.,,. . .' ...............*-. -' I invited to ston and see it. BOARD EVERGLADES OF COMMISSIONERSOF
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"Barely Getting B&r";: AGE DISTRICTBy
Mr. and Mrs R. C: Nowling spent MRS. PAFFORD RECUPERATINGMrs. "How little do and still J. H. Franklin l
I I can we Its Chairman.
Tuesday in Fort Myers: on business. "
get by? This is a question that
I I. M. Pafford is recuperating we are all interested in. Come to HE a.1 Il.9 r G WALL I

Keathley Bowden made, a business nicely in the Lee Memorial Hos-J the service Sunday morning and NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY
trip to Tampa Saturday. pital in Fort Myers, following an hear the message "Barely Getting WHY FOR PASSAGE OFSPECIAL I

appendectomy performed last Friday By". The text is from I Corinthians ; OR LOCAL LEGISLATION
Mr. Pafford and their daughters mix
Wilbur Goff made a business tripto 3:15 which reads "If any man'swork NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. That
Pahokee Tuesday.Mrs. I Anne and Kay, are spendingthis shall be burned, he shall suf- ABOUT at the session of the Legislature of
week-end in Fort Myers to be fer loss". e Florida which convened in April.. 1939: ,
near her.DORIS .BUINE $? application will be made for the
T. B. Shelley and Mrs. J. "Looking God In The :Face"Is WHEN passage of special or local legislation
the substance of which will be
W. :Ezelle were ,visitors Monday in SIMMONS HOSTESS AT religion a set of "Thou Shalt C'ONITEwrV1ILIRBMOVF follows: as
'West 'Palm Beach. CHICKEN SUPPER AT HOME Nots"? What are the barriers' of AN ACT PROVIDING FOR THE
}+ the Christian life? What of man'sfreedom I ADVERTISING
Mrs. E. C. Mills, Mrs. R. Y. Pat- Doris Simmons celebrated her and liberty and conscience? BOARDS IN ALL COUNTIES IN

terson and Mrs. M. W. Bigg spent. twelfth birthday recently with a I Hear the sermon "Looking God OS) YOUR WORRIED' THE ING STATE A POPULATION OF FLORIDA OF HAV-NOT

Wednesday 'in Fort Myers.Mr. j j I chicken supper at her home, to I in'the Face" Sunday evening at I II LESS THAN 3,700 AND NOT
eight o'clock. MORE THAN 3,775. ACCORDINGTO
I which a number of friends were in- THE LAST STATE CENSUS,
and Mrs. S. 'W'. Houser 'left I I vited. Several games were enjoyed I Dr. W. ,,-. Williaii AND REPEALING ALL, LAWS IN
The series of services this week CONFLICT HEREWITH.
for business trip to Jack after I supper and delicious birthday \VA1\'TED-'Vish' to rent an elec-I
Monday a Dated this llth day of April, 1D39.!!
sonville. II I cake and ice cream were served. I conducted_ by Dr. 'V.V. Willian, .I tric sewing machine by day or I J Jweek. MRS. HOMER:: TAYLOR.
lour Sunday School secretary for .-Mrs. B. P. Luce, P. Chairman Board of Public In
I I II 0.1
Mrs. H. -E. Walker
assisted struction
Mrs. of Hendiy
'I ': I II Count,
Florida has been
j a glorious suc
. Miss Sauudal Watson of Pompano '' Box 6407. Florida. ;
C. W. Simmons in entertaining her I
cess. More than thirty persons have ATTEST:
visited friends in Clewiston: Sun-I daughter's guests., Those present] attended the classes and all have 1 I S. A. GRAVES
day. were Joan Walker, Jane McGowen, Superintendent Public Instruction -
been greatly interested and inspired -: NOTICE OK INTENTION Ari'JjYFOR of Hendry County, .
Mayme Johnson, Cleo Scott, Gene
I! by the discussions. Our PASSAGFJ OF Florida.
Mrs Lila Myers of New York I Doke and Betty Dixon. SPECIAl.! Oil LOCAL LEGISLATION April 7, 14, 21, 28.
church is greatly indebted to this
City is visiting her sister, Mrs. G.I I --
splendid worker for his time in NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Thatat
H. Small and Mr. Small. I I MRS T.' B. SHELLEY WINS HIGH thank the session of the Legislature of
coming to us and we God
SCORE PRIZE AT BRIDGEMrs. the State of Florida which convenedon j. M. COUSECounselor
for the privilege of having him in April 4, 1939, application will be
Mrs. Elbert L.. Stewart left
T our midst. made for the passage of special or
nesday for Tallahassee to join wed-I T. B. Shelley won high local legislation the substance of and Attorney at haw
Besides the new vision that we
which will be as follows:
Stewart for the remainder of score prize and Mrs. R. C. 'Nowling
An Act amendingSection Two
have gained, there have been some Hopkins Building
legislative session. I[ second prize at the evening bridge (2) and Seventy (70) of Chapter
important changes suggested that 14717, Laws of Florida. Acts, of
\club: which met on Wednesday with school Wednesdays and Saturdays
will greatly enlarge our and 1931, relating to Everglades
Mr. and Mrs. Werner Amrein and I Mrs. H. H. Turner as hostess. Each Drainage District as amended;
improve the work to be done.
Mrs. A. B. Henderson of Jackson of the prizes was a printed linen amending Section Nine (9). Eleven 0:30 to 4:00
Where we have had seven classes (11) and Twelve (12) of Chap-
ville spent Friday in Clewiston en- tablecloth. '
ter 17902, LAWS of Florida, Acts
with an average of 18 to the classwe
route to Miami. Individual strawberry pies and shall now have twelve classes ------------ ------------ --

oft coffee were served by: the hostessto with an average of tento- the
G. D. Smith and J. M. Sawyer
Mrs. W" H. Lanier, Mrs T. B. class. This smaller group will allow -

Jacksonville were business visitors Shelley, Mrs. R. C. Wilson, Mrs.B. I : teachers to have more personal -
and 'Vednes-
iu Clewiston Tuesday
J. Schroeder, Mrs. H. H. Turner interest in the pupil. We have

day. Mrs. Roy Alston, Mrs. R. C. learned that the task of teachinga

Nowling and Miss :Mae Palmer.SEVENTH Sunday school class is not justa
Lovvorn RFOG
Mrs. C. J. spent a few jCp a LL
Sunday morning job, but an all-
days in Gainesville this week, visiting 1 :
GRADE HONORS week responsibility where the teacher 4 '
her sisters, Mrs. T. M. Texton .
I and Mrs. Eddie Curry. COACH WITH LUNCHEON in cooperation ,with the home, '" qN I -
is charged with the entire relig- ,f sy\\
Coach Homer Wakefield was honor \
ious life of the child. Personal at-
I Mrs. W. F. Simpson, Mrs. Olin
guest at a luncheon given at tention, with visitation, should be
Carleton and Mrs. Keathley Bow- '
the school building by the seventh :
given those who are absent and Ii'
den visitors Wednesday in 111
were I ,
grade Thursday.A to assure this the class gro-up must ill ,
Fort Myers.
I delightful lunch, consisting of be small.
Mr. and Mrs M. 111; Boyd of, Fort I I pickles, tomato salad, pork chops, I Mideek' Service lnta oblivionWith

Myers were visitors in Clewiston gravy, creamed potatoes, string Beginning this Wednesday! even- video

Sunday. Mrs. Boyd's mother, Mrs. I beans, carrots- rolls', iced tea, peaches ing at eight- o'clock we shall spend
t:::- W. T. Wheeles returned with them and cake was served by the the_ next few mid-week hours 'I in Our Direc -Reduction. Horn
- to Fort ,Myers for a 'week's visit. group. the study of a book called "Our I-
each monthly
Enjoying the luncheon, in addI- .Doctrines" by H. W. Tribble. This ;; Loan Plan, payment

Clyde H. Wilson of Sarasota tion to the honor guest, were Eliz- book is a simple and practical I ou cancels a portion of ,the loan. That

made an address in Clewiston at abeth Winn, Kathleen Chapman. statement and discussion of what : i interest
the PTA meeting Tuesday evening.Mr. Betsy Springer, Mary :Mathis, Elsie Baptists believe. It will be of interest -. part is gone-- you pay no

Wilson is state's attorney for I Jeffcoat, Barbara Broadfoot, Beatrice ,not only to the Baptists ,but : -\O\ on i it- and you are that much nearer

this district.Mr. I Pratt, Betty Jane Perez, Mary I to everyone who is curious as to debt-free home ownership. Ask
Lou Jennings, Mauryne Prewitt, what Baptists stand for. Credit will

and Mrs. B. E. Herring have Jimmie Elmore, Billy Perry and the be given those who arc in the B. meLose phnN and you shall receive further good

as their guests this week Mrs. Her- class sponsor, Miss Mae Whitten. Y. P. U. for regular attendanceof news about our home loan plan.Cleviston .
ring's mother and grandmother, these classes each week. The

Mrs. A. B. Hunt and Mrs. J. D. I BROADFOOT IS RECOVERINGFROM first chapter called "Source and

Baigrie of Portland, Penn., who are EMERGENCY OPERATIONA. Authority" is all about where we

spending a few months in LaBelle. I get our doctrines. Join us Wednesday -:

R. Broadfoot .who has beenin night in this interesting and Federal Savingsand

:., Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Miller, Mr. a very serious condition follow- informing story of '"Our Doctrines".

and Mrs: L: O. Gravely and 1\1rs'l i ing an emergency appendectomy A complete scale model ,of the I

S. A. Graves of LaBelle were in I performed at ,the Pahokee Hospital new church building was displayedat Loan Association

i Clewiston Tuesday evening attend,early Tuesday morning is now be- the Sunday evening services. A.I I -

ing a Parent-Teacher Association lieved to be well out of danger and
meeting at the school building.W. on the road to recovery..

Mr. Broadfoot was taken ,ill Sun-

F. Simpson, who has spent day night and after an examin- ))

the past three weeks in Jacksonvilleon ation at the local hospital :Monday IN fEATURES
t to
business connected with the U. I was taken to Pahokee by Dr. ,
S. Engineer office, returned to I I John P. Higgins who assisted in ,

';, Clewiston Sunday. $ the operation early Tuesday morn

ing. A appendix ., ,
gangrenous was .:
'Mrs. Stephen S. Ball, Jr., left found and the operation was a ser- ; .

Sunday for Sarasota Mrs. Ball, until ious one. It was his first attack :

her marriage a few weeks 'ago, with ,appendicitis. THAT COUNT !

was Miss Billie Johnson and was }

employed in the general office of
the U. S. Sugar Corporation. 1!i 11 lI IOOIID P !111i1iG i hiIlll111!m!! II1 iOOi i !i i OO i

I I ON1-.I1 e '
WITH THEChurches E co
Dr. and Mrs. R. V. Allison and I \\lG 1H Ford V-s in thIS ;
little daughters left this morningfor leading HYDRAUliC S5 l [ c
I all 1M Gil
1 with the
Among .1o) ER years showed
Gainesville after visiting Mrs. cars C\\\ BRAKING POVd of brake economy can among all ;
loWpriced c
Allison's father, Fred L. Williamson Ford IS 162 square nches ever best. miles...pricedClrs.I .
, ... for several days. Dr. Allison attended L Mlid''I for 939, ing surCacciow.pdced eat.SIN ., lea lng 0'"
a meeting of scientists in i if I6fllill! !llilll n f I III OOIMllml li! illoolloo i 1,1'ITll lrnllrn l.! I 1 used on.

Hollywood during his stay. COMMUNITY, CHURCH PERfORM tE'
I Royal Palm Avenue wit l' UALITY OE CON.

-Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hill of Melbourne Forest Coo Taylor. Minister I[ IT a is say' low E ? ;: snrb!II pillE6ASE between front STRUCTIO, 1H Q with the only

spent the week-end in : scaoothera' re to 123 and rear springs. -dual d .d. [ earburetocws.
Clewiston with friends. They were. Morning worship and sermon at sine, more JIIII *-...onlyCentu.{ sSS&SL

accompanied by Mrs. Hill's father: eleven o'clock. only cast stee.

Mr. Downs of Philadelphia, who Sunday school at 9:45 every Sun STilE with the 1M S1EADlKE" only steel eat? inserts atiDg rear

has been spending the winter with day morning. WG most IN advanced stlnterior in R'nO' with the only drive chassis and valves..vies .olly. c 10 t us price class.
them in Melbourne. : neW c.tubc
Senior .
Christian Endeavor on lie ld' pcicc
us'ng orquds at this
Sunday evening at 6:30. luxury 4 radIus
MRS. HAYES ENTERTAINS Junior Endeavor meeting Monday

BRIDGE CLTJK WEDNESDAYMrs. afternoon at 3:30.,

The public is cordially invited to Thisyear of ail "
E. L. Hayes entertained her worship in the Community Church. years,

bridge club on Wednesday after- don't miss out on
noon at her home. Mrs. J. Grady FIRST- BAPTIST CHURCH

Niblack won high score and Mrs.I Corner Ventura and Central Avenue

R. C. Nowling low score. I "The }Friendly Church" D o a I l

Sandwiches and iced tea were Marshall Mines, Pastor.
served by Mrs. Hayes to Mrs. Nib-I

lack Mrs. B. E. Herring, Mrs. R. Services! every Sunday:

,H. Knight, Mrs. R. C. Nowling, Sunday School, 9:46 a.,, m., B.
Mrs. Roy Alston, Mrs. John El-I E. 'HerringSupt.. -,
more, Mrs. G9en Ethprton. and Morning Worship '11:00. Sermbn CXCBS IN THE THINGS THAT COUNT1 ,
Mrs*. U' A:. Wells.: : I .
:; ; ., by: the pastor;' ':, : ,1 -
I. Ii.






COMES MOMENT The. sprintime is coming,.

a the springtime, ii r\igK.

Oh my but the.; vs.rm

t air is sweet !

I love tJl the signs from

ELINOR MAXWELL the April-Live sky 1

. .. : .. To the k nda\


the street.L .
SYNOPSISMary bathroom door. "No, Linnie. He's I day afternoon, and Linnie's friends her. "Fate is being kind to me,"

wedded to his magazine and, from were dropping in to meet Mary Lor- he said softly. "We are meeting

Loring and her father, Jim. an ineffectual all I hear, he wouldn't consider be- again very soon."
his wealthy attorney sister-in-law, meet a, train unmarried which brings Linnie ing dragged to the'altar by anybodyon Cotswell flitted about from He was gone before Mary could .

Cotswell and her friend, Leila Ormsby divorcee earth." guest to guest, exchanging a wel- reply, and with an ague of repul. 1
for a Christmas'visit Waiting at "I'm merely interested in Life as coming word here, a bantering sen- sion, she thought, "Good heaven, WNU Service.

:younger home fore sister them Ellen are; Mary's her father's mother nagging, her it should be led," Aunt Linnie retorted tence there. Lelia Ormsby presided has Aunt ,Linnie made an engagement

maiden sister Aunt Mamie, and Peter the with mock wistfulness as she over a silver tea service that had with him, too?"
baby of the family. At the depot Dr. left the room, the little train of her once belonged to a Russian grand

their Christopher luggage.Cragg Mary is helps secretly the'guests in love witth with satin negligee swishing about her duke; while Mary remained en- Later, when the guests were gone,

Doctor Cragg.' In leaving, her Aunt Linnie heels. trenched behind a group of men in and Addie and Louella were puttingthe

Mary urges refuses.Mary to visit Mary her works in New In a York rental, but library Mary, left alone, fingered her front of the fireplace. apartment to order, and 'open- .-

where she spends her spare time check' from The' National Weekly "And why has Linnie kept you a ing the windows to let in the crisp

out writing as railroad short stories.attorney Mary's, the fees father of which Is let with loving fingers. "I've finally secret all _this time?" a tall man February night air, Aunt Linnie in-

were almost the sole support of his family.To written a story that was good with a gardenia in the buttonhole of formed Mary that she had indeed
earn money she decides to begin writ enough for someone to buy," she his cutaway coat was saying. "I, made an engagement for her with

her ing newest in earnest.story "At Mary Sea feels" would sure pleasethe that told herself with awe. "Now" I'm for one, demand an apology. To Count' Balianci. "He wants to takeus FILMS DEVELOPED 1

editors of National Weekly. After fin- started on my life's,work. think you've been walking in beautyall to dinner Tuesday evening," she
ishing it she calls Doctor Cragg who comesto Opening the top drawer of the these years, and, I've been to- said.
the book store for a current novel. Failing -
from a ladder while getting his book, dressing table, she extracted the tally unaware of your existence!". Lelia, nibbling a much-needed ROLLS DEVELOPEDAny .

she regains consciousness to find his arms new brown suede purse Aunt Linnie He was a distinguishedlookingperson sandwich, turned swiftly about. Any.=: 1 koj.l Elm developed..
around her. He tells her he loves her. and 8 D Yeloa priolfr-oolji! 25c
then tells her he is to be married the coming had just given her, opened' it, and with pepper-and-salt hair I "Not me!" she said sharply. "I H.w Lev,.jute.Illnr 9m....tJd.r.,..1",11"(J_.
month to a girl he has known all his slipped the check inside the zippered and that intriguing assurance of won't go anywhere with that gigolo VALUABLE PREMIUMS CIVCCI
life. Despondent. Mary decides to accept. to- I MAIL rm'n nL'I5 To..
her Aunt Linnie's invitation. In New York pocket. Then, turning eagerly manner which only those who always ..
her ,aunt laughs at her for her plans to wards the bed, she picked up El- get what they go after pos "He's not a gigolo, Lelia!" Linnie Jack Rabbit Co.<

eligible write, and men Insists as possible.that she The meet new as many week len's letter. sess. Mary cudgeled. her memoryfor replied almost angrily. "I don't SPARTA>BIIHC, S.c. 7i

brings two letters. One. from the National Darling Mary we do miss you so. his name. Taylor! That .was it know why you're so suspicious of all
Weekly. The house seems so dull without you, -Taylor. Jerome Taylor. foreigners with titles. Besides, he- POULTRYBRED l
and Dad absolutely, lost. )
poor appears
You see. he has always depended on She smiled back at him mockingly. he didn't' ask you."
you more than anyone else, and while I "All this time, and all these "He knows I wouldn't be seen FOR PRODUCTION: Ducks
CHAPTER IVContinued4 try my best to take your place we Mb RAISED FOR PROFIT: Chicks
know it isn't quite the same. years!I" she quoted.uAren't you with him!. Lelia retorted, sinking i, SOLD BY QUALITY: Turkeys
-- Well, Mother has heard about his dismissal making me fearfully old-almost into the depths of a chair, and kick- STARTED CHICKS: Pullets
Almost afraid to touch the letter, and the shock of the discoveryhas ?" ing off her high-heeled Milford Hatchery Plkesvtile.Pil o.Rockdale :
passee pumps.
yet frantic to know its contents, gone rather tragically for all of us.
It happened this way. She was buying Jerome Taylor held a cocktail "Well, you've snubbed him so
Mary picked it up and feverishly some tape in the notion department at glass, frosted with sugar, to the lev- often," Linnie admitted, "that, no AGENTS WANTEDMen
slashed it open. A sheet of paper, Sullivan and Ourwerda's, and Miss Pat- "
and tie Carson came in to get some thread el of his laughing eyes. "My dear, doubt, he's finally taken the hint.
folded twice, dropped out, and breezed right up to Mother with. he said softly, lifting the glass in an But, after all, heis, a charming per- under sixty sales experience pre-
glancing toward the bathroom, hop- "Oh; Janet 1 want to tell you how sorry ferred. Steady permanent work selling
Lelia would not come out until I am about Jim's losing his position." almost imperceptible toast to her, son, and a perfectly legitimate scientific inner-cushion shoes direct to
ing And right before all the clerks I "you are ageless!I"uFolderoll" count." wearer. Beginners average S30 weekly.
after she had read whatever news Repeat business raises v S40
Mother hadn't the vaguest notion what iagoal :i
commented Linnie "As if that meant anything these within 3 months. L \ ,
the letter held for her, Mary startedto she was talking about, and although EASTWOOD STATION, ATLANTA GA.
Miss ,Pattie's remark almost made her Cotswell, pushing her way towards days! Lelia retorted. .
At last her
it fingers
flatten out. faint she managed to hold her head up Mary dark intense in "I want
a young man Mary,to have every opportunity -
ceased their stupid trembling! At and smile and say. "Why. Miss Pattle
last- Jim Just had to resign because his private tow. "Jerome, don't be trying any ," Linnie went on, "and OPPORTUNITYMONEY.
business is demanding so much of of your well-known allure on this after all, Umberto has a title, goes
It was a check on the Corn Exchange his time." 1\IONEY-Chance of a lifetime.
Bank of New York, and it I, Then she paid for the tape and child of mine. She's far too young everywhere, belongs to one of the Profitable business of your own. Ameri-
walked out of the store as calmly as she and sweet to be contaminated." oldest Italian families. In fact, he'sa can Laboratories Box 87, Clinton Mass.
read: could but as soon as she got past the "
store window she fairly ran up to "Linnie, my darling, Jerome sort of cousin of the king's.
22nd 1937 Taylor returned, completely' unabashed "He might travel faster if he were REMEDYstubborn
New York, January _
blatantly amicable "for a cousin of II Duce's Lelia observed -
Pay to the order of Mary Loring. I Sores-Burns and cuts heal

... ... ........ .. ... ... .$100.00 get, for a moment, how violentlyyou icily.UHe's quickly with PECTYN. Send 50c for trial
of and tell terribly taken with jar THE PECTYN CO., Ml. Prospect HI.
One Hundred and no-100 Dollars disapprove me, me Mary,
The National Weekly which night this week I may enter- Linnie continued happily, "and really
tain you and Mary Loring at dinner. it would be rather fun for '
dear Linnie. her to be the wife of Absence of a Friend '
"Lelia!" Mary shrieked, rushing Any night, Any spot. ', a diplomat. 'I
"I'm not at all interested in
towards the bathroom 'and pound- Any play. mar-
ing on the door. "Lelia! Lelia!" "Hush, Jerry. I'll tell you later. riage, Aunt Linnie," Mary said I am the better acquainted with {

Lelia, a bathrobe of Turkish tow- Right now, I want to introduce Bali- harshly, her heart contracting as you for absence, ,as men are with

eling wrapped hastily about her, anci to my niece." she thought of Chris.U All that I themselves for affliction: absence

opened the door. "What's happened, .r "I await with eagerness that pains care about is writing-and makinga does but hold off a friend to makeone

Mary?" she demanded apprehensively -with impatience that sears," the lot of money in the quickest pos- see him truly.-Pope.

"Have ,you had bad news?" young Italian announced oratorically sible time. In fact, I'm starting a
to wither Jerome new 'short' tomorrow "
attempting morning.
Mary pirouetted about on her silly
Taylor with a glance. Miss Cotswell rose from her chair,
silver-and-scarlet sandals,
waved her precious bit of paper in "Mary," said Aunt Linnie, tryingto and started towards the hall which CONSTIPATED?
control l the corners of her mouth, led to her bedroom. "All right,
the air. "Bad news! she cried. y Here Is Amazing Relief for
it's Grand "this is Count Umberto Balianci. Mary, she said coldly.uI'li leave Conditions Due to Sluggish Bowels
"Darling, good news
Balianci, Miss Loring." Then, turn you to, your own devices for a few HyouthinkallLaxativesact
The best I've had! Lelia IlL 'Jk.--.1 alike, this
news ever !!1J4i ;} just try
ing to Jerome Taylor, "Trot alongto days, knowing only two well thatyou'll all vegetable Inatlve..DIf'.I.a.l'Jir' .
my story's been accepted by The _..._:_-. __ So mild thorough, ro-
the tea table, Jerry. Lelia hasn't soon get over foolishness freshing. Invigorating. Dependable relief from
National Weekly, they've been able to about being a woman with a career. sick headaches, bilious spells tired feeling when
dollars." coerce anybody except associated with constipation.
check for a hundred
me"Mary a That's wonderful! Con- 'the Bishop's wife into taking a cup Every .young girl who comes to Without Risk g6 druggist.*a 25Sl ke the from your then
of tea. Even the Bishop balked!" New York entertains that complexfor If not delighted, return the box to us. We will
gratulations; darling. I'm proud, of while-and then refund the purchase
a eventually
Aunt Linnie's sentence was prIce. That't fair. ,
you. reaches the sane conclusion that, Get NR Tablets today.
"What in the world is going ?" drowned in a roar of laughter from
after all is the and
1 1"It that of the where marriage one ALWAYS CARRY'
demanded Linnie Cotswell, crossingthe corner room Judge only thing for a woman." rsr arrrr uNar QUICK RELIEF
hall from her own bedroom.' Byford was holding forth; and Mary FOR ACID
Mary leaped to her feet and
suddenly that her hand
Mary rushed towards her aunt I is, an ambition attained," was rushed to embrace her aunt. INDIGESTIONEnjoy
still clasped in Balianci's and that
and engulfed her in a bear-like em- he replied in a voice that struck "Please don't think I'm ungrateful,

brace. "Aunt Linnie, my story, 'At Mary as being too soft.Dad's his grip was unpleasantly" moist. Aunt Linnie, for all that you're do-
"How do do? she remarked in-
Sea,' has been accepted, and the you for I FellowshipWe
office, and demanded an explanation. ing me. appreciate everything,
at the hand-
adequately smiling
have been born to associate
magazine's sent me a check for a And when darling Dad admittedthe absolutely everything. And thank
hundred dollars. Just think of itl! whole thing she fainted, and he and some, dark person whose gaze upon darling for the wonderful with our fellow-men, and to join in
par- :
I had a dreadful time bringing her backto her had never flinched. community with the human race.
A hundred dollars! consciousness. ty. I
"But," Linnie Cotswell demurred, Mother says we'll have to let Phrony "It is an ambition attained," he Linnie Cotswell, restored to good I -Cicero.
her somewhat hampered by go. and. no doubt, we will In time and replied in a voice that struck Maryas cheeks with :
speech humor, brushed.Mary's
Aunt Mamie says she can't do a lick of
the chin-strap that bound up her work what with her arthritis or neuritis, being too soft, almost oily. her lips. "AU right, my dear. As I

face, "why didn't they write to you or whatever this winter.it is she's, supposed to be "An ambition attained?" she re- for your working on one of your lit- ".H' 'dI

first and make you an offer, in- having And what do you think? A report's peated uncomprehendingly. tle stories, you just start right in to- I
stead of just taking it for granted going around town that Christopher "But yes!" he returned with fer- morrow. I, for one, hope to sleep alj
that a hundred dollars was satis- Cragg's going to be married soon-to a vor.uI saw you at the Stork Club day." STOCK AND.POULTRY
known for Her
girl he's some time.
factory to you?", name's Ilsa Graceland. and she's the two nights ago, and, since that mo- MEDICINES
Mary looked dubious. "Perhapsthat's daughter of a Chicago doctor. Have you ment my eyes fell upon you, it has CHAPTER V
heard anything about it? Everybodyseems been ambition sole Proven Good!-
their regular price for a awfully surprised and really, fora my my thought, ,-
short short-story." bridegroom-to-be. I must, say Chris to meet you. Mary woke with a start at seven i Blackman's Mediated Llck-A-Brik
Stooping, Mary retrieved from the doesn't look particularly radiant. Mary felt a little dazed. A fixed the next morning, and, for an instant I a Blackman Stock Powder i
do love New York? Do
floor the letter which had accompa- write Darling me about you everything. little smile forced itself to her lips. lay in her comfortable bed a Blackmin's Cow TonicBlackmans

nied the check, and hastily glanced Give my love to Aunt Linnie and The man was still devouring her wondering just where she was. At Hog PowderBlackman's

through it. "They say they like Lelia but save most of it for yourself. with his somber eyes, all the while home in Hawkinsville? 'And was the Blackman's Poultry Poultry Powder Tablets

'At Sea' very much," she murmuredas Mary, so blinded by tears that she extracting a flat, gold case froman slim figure beneath the covers in the Blackman'Lice Powder

she scanned the typed lines, "and could scarcely see, folded the letter, inner pocket, removing a cork- other twin bed that of Ellen? Then,

they want to see more of my work. and tucked it beneath the pile of tipped cigarette, lighting it, and exhaling as consciousness came fully upon HIGHEST QUALITY-LOWEST COST

Work! Doesn't' that sound profess handkerchiefs in the little right-hand a puff of heavily scented her, she realized that she was in SATISFACTION GUARANTEED>

sional? A man named Buchanan, drawer of the highboy. Lelia was smoke. "Egyptian cigarettes," New York, in Aunt Linnie's apart OR YOUR MONEY BACK

Phillip Buchanan, has signed it." coming into the room, and she must thought Mary. _"That heavy fra- ment, and that the, sleeping girl BUY FROM YOUR DEALER
"I know Phil Buchanan," Lelia not see her tears. grance makes me a little sick." beside her was Lelia Ormsby.It .

offered casually, returning to the Mary, her back to the other girl, 'Aloud, she said inanely, "I didn'tsee was while she sat S'canning the

bathroom, and reaching for a gojd- hurriedly applied a handkerchief to you at the Stork Club." headlines of the Herald Tribune, .a

and-white box of bath powder. her eyes; then, with apparent casu- "One does not expect a queen to second steaming cup of coffee in one o o

"No!" Mary exclaimed. "Not alness, reached for the powder puff notice a serf," purred Balianci. hand, a third piece of jam-covered

really! What is he like? 'Terribly and dusted it over her straight little Mary thought 'perhaps she was 'toast in the other, that. Addie

learned, and everything?" r.ose.UI shall get that check going to scream. When would this brought in the mail. "Anything for
"Terribly human," Lelia re cashed tomorrow," she said to her asininity ever end? me, Addie?" she asked.

turned. "And utterly wrapped up self. "Aunt Linnie'll tell me whereto At nine, Jerome Taylor came to (TO BE CONTINUED)

in his work. He started The National go. And I'll send all but fifteen bid her good-by. "We're seeing each

Weekly about twelve years dollars of it to Dad Something will other Wednesday 'evening," he told Meaning of Name Orlando GOODI I I 11

ago, ,soon after he graduated from have to be kept out for my'pocket her. "Linnie has actually agreedto The name Orlando is an Italian DtUGfTOatS

,Harvard, and he's built it up until money. Poor Dad. Oh, poor, dear let me have a little party for form of the Teutonic Roland, mean- urGe ,
today it's just about the biggest Dad!" you. Dinner at my house, and, afterwards ing "fame of the land," which mightbe B..kS[ ,vuaoTn a
thing in weekly magazines.. The circulation seats for 'High Tor.' '* interpreted as "great hero." Or- nerd yw

is enormous, you know." A thin blue haze of, cigarette As for Balianci, he left ten minutes lando Gibbons'(d. 1625). whose com 5130 l6knss y; s

"Is he married. ?" Aunt Linnie in smoke hung like a delicate cloud later, and too, wedged his way positions were among the earliest

quired. over Linnie Cotswell's living room, through the crowd to say good night. engraved musical works in England, %r tessedRetieji
"You would ask that!" Lelia replied and the smell of tobacco, Opheliaroses Again, he took Mary's hand in his was organist of Westminster Abbey

chuckling with amicable de- and the last word in imported damp grip, and focused the full His anthems ("Hosanna to the Son RHEUMATISMS11hfl'C /

rUion as she started to close the perfumes filled the air. It was Sun- warmth of his brooding gaze upon of David" etc.) are popular.

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i i i i i I! t -, -, OUR COMIC SECTION SUNDAY I L,essonBy Defective. Cars in Accidents

REV HAKUL.U 1... I..lJNUQU1S'l'. COMPILATION by the National
Dean of the Moody Bible Instituteof I
I' ChIcago. Safety council of. state motor
C Western Newspaper Union vehicle accident reports shows

that 9 per cent of the motor ve-
inII Lesson for April 23 hicles in fatal accidents were reported -
II DL I SnoopieWHEKJ as defective.In .

.1 Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected non-fatal accidents defective
I and copyrighted by International
Council of Relieiouc Education: used bv vehicles numbered 4 per cent.

SNOOPIE, permission The council commented that "it
II ,7 /WHEN THESE SEEDS / j PAUL WINS RECOGNITIONFOR seems certain that mass statistics

; l -' H ALL GROW, VA/E'IL I I II GENTILE CHRISTIANSLESSON understate the true importance of
;I y = -S. HAVE A RGHTl this problem. A careful study

l I 1 I I lKJICE GARDEW Jfe I I fEX'l--Acts 15:23-29; Galatians made several years ago indicatedthat
1 I I 2:1 2, 9, 10.GOLDEN vehicular defects were, at
? TEX'.l-A man is not justified
oy the works of the law but by the faith of least a contributing cause in 15
Jesus Christ Galatians 2:16 per cent of the accidents.

Persecution from outside was
\, soon followed by what was even Lovely Bedspread of
I 1 more serious-difficulty within the
I: I ',! jllhiV/\t/ \ == '- Church. If Satan cannot destroyGod's Filet Crochet SquaresPattern

i, == work in one way, he cun-

", ningly tries another plan. Althoughthe
ti first council at Jerusalem (Acts

11) had decided that "to the Gen
I II i tiles also hath God granted repent-
I II ance unto life," the question did not
", ','I if stay settled, for there were persistent

,,1 !I Judaizing teachers who now
;' contended that even though the
I ; 1///1111. Gentiles could be saved, they had
I ,". to come into the Church by way of
: Judaism and first fullfill the Jewish
rite of circumcision.
: '
\ 1. A Serious Difference of Opinion
I : i -Grace Versus Law -

1I 1\\', The story of how this vital and

. '' ''t, ILLJ"JLHJHH fundamental question came up is
I No. 1499
: I, 'found in the early verses of Acts

: II I! 15. The entire future of the gospel Extra lovely-this lacy spreadbut

: I! ministry was in a sense dependenton yours at no extra cost save

n the solution of this problem. that of this simple pattern and the
I I, Christianity is the only religious string used to crochet it. One 10-
: ii iiI u faith in the world that presents inch filet square, repeated, makes

I ,i justification by grace as the way all this loveliness! In spread or
of redemption; all others follow cloth-use only four for a square
(more or less) the path of salvationby doilie or an inset for a cloth. Pat-

i ':i ii //ri / works. The question now was: tern 1499 contains directions anda
i t i (Copsrlgnr, 1Y. N. U.) lii Shall works of the law be mingled chart for making the square

., i with grace-can Jesus Christ alone shown and joining it to make a
i ''I. save men, or is salvation through variety of articles; illustrations of
: :\ I THOUGHT YOU SENT t SO J/E DID!I Ia Jesus Christ plus something else? it and of all stitches used; ma-

,1 ;I'' HIM' TO LIVE WITH J-IIS..Q BUT SHE SENT How was such a serious question to terial requirements.Send .
!N THE-( its be settled? Should argument and
V 15 cents in coins for this
I I II COUNTRY TILL THE / / strife be permitted to go on until pattern to The Sewing Circle, Needlework -
I P r NOTE SAYING the stronger party prevailed? Bet-
II \\1 AIR RAID Dept., 82 Eighth Avenue,
PRACTICE judgment indicated the desira- New York, N. Y.
\\1 bility of
Please write ad-
WAS your name,
p pI I; OV&R n. A Christian Method of Settle- dress and pattern number plainly.
I I: FI / ment-Council not ControversyThere

: 0 ,;' .., may be times when it be-
I .
..... .
i .' ,' comes the duty of the Christian Life Is a Mission

;, :I JJ. worker to take an uncompromisingstand Every other definition of ''life is
for the truth of God and refuse false, and leads all who accept it

t to be moved come what may. astray. Religion, science, philos-
-vII P But certainly there should be no ophy, though still at variance upon

; such spirit in dealing with differing many points, all agree in this, that
I interpretations of Scripture on the every existence is an aim-Maz-
I part of sincere and earnest Christian zini.
fzcI brethren. How much wouldbe

I gained in the Church today if,
instead of magnifying differencesand
How Women
permitting personal desires
'PLEASESEND and ambitions to. intervene men

AIR., RAIDS were willing to sit down in the spiritof in Their.40's

,' INSTEAD 'IIII Christ around the tables of Chris-
tian council and brotherhood, presided Can Attract Men

over and directed by the Holy
I '....-Y: Spirit (see Acts 15:28): change Hero's good(usually advice from for 38 a woman to 52),during who fears her

"; r..1I The whole she'll lose her appeal to men, who worries
question was honestly
I about hot flashes loss of pep, dizzy spells,
I and carefully considered by the sec- upset nerves and moody spells.{
i I MI ond council at Jerusalem, with the Get more fresh air, 8 hrs. sleep and if you
need a good general system tonic take Lydia
i iI r result that there was a vindicationof E, Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, made
By ; the preachers of God's especially for women. It helps Nature build
I grace. ,thus
up physical resistance helps give more
I J. Millar Watt After presenting a plain disavowalof vivacity to enjoy life and assist calming
i jittery nerves and disturbing symptoms that
those who had troubled them and
I often accompany change of life. WELL
subverted their souls what TRYING
( a seri- WORTH
',' ,i H! \ ous thing it is to teach error con-

: i cerning God's Word!), the council See Only Shadows

iI I being of one accord, gave recognition The sun is shining all around,
OWNU Bell Syndicate.-WNU Service to Paul and Barnabas as men but many will only contemplate

who had "hazarded their lives for their own shadows.
the name of the Lord Jesus."
J No man should think more highlyof
himself than he ought. Humility 2 drops Penetro
i is Christian which well befits Drops in each
: 5 a grace stuffyJust relieves irri-
'13uT'RoM -4-ow IS4Er a sinner saved by grace. But congestion-
: the Bible abounds with admonitionsto in head
: honor one another, to recognizethe colds. Brings relief.
'M ,- oESN'r' .SS St-I- Y {A OOT1N p-t' '
laborer as being worthy of his
I I LOOK'1bt.ICE LIKESet:2- Y t',42TS IvEYt 11NE.CJ hire to give recognition to those PENETRO NOSEDROPS

, :I oC. h O L 1 C E. -I II M Yp who are over us in the Lord.
A III. A Momentous Decision Sal
11 i ; 1 usEJ Yo IT vation by Grace Overlive RemarksWhen

I \ The final decision of the councilis men speak ill of thee liveso

,I I T sent not only by Paul and Barna- as nobody may believe them.-
bas but also by a committee from Plato.
.i 1 1'I Jerusalem, a gracious' gesture of

. T fellowship. Courtesy is .not out of
' I place in dealing with even such difficult -

.(- : things as controversies on "
if,' E Christian doctrine-in fact it shouldbe BackacheMay '

'I I I'I' most in place in such a situation.

I. I As a matter of record (a wise Warn of Disordered
; r ; procedure in such a case), a letter Kidney Action
I I It ::. R I was sent which, after addressingthe Modem life with its hurry and worry
I Irregular habits, improper eating and
tit' I LDci4-( \J+IA-t Zt'D Gentiles as "brethren, reviewed drinking-its risk of exposure and infra
t 1 I i the history of the matter tlon-throws heavy strain on the work
I, of the kidneys. They are apt to become
I and then, without mentioning circumcision over-taxed and fail to filter excess acid
TELLI at all, puts upon the Gen- and other impurities from the life-giving

', t tiles "no greater burden than the blood.You may suffer nagging backache,
II I : "G necessary things." And what were headache, dizziness, getting up nights: ,
; leg pains, swelling:-feel constantlytired
f IIf these? Those things which relateto nervous, all worn out. Other signs
0 purity of life as those who were of kidney or bladder disorder may be
! ab burning:,scanty or toof requent urination.
j enjoying Christian liberty. The law Use Doan'i Pill. Doan't help the
of Moses need not be kept as a kidneys to get rid of excess poisonous
body waste. They are antiseptic to the
p ground of salvation.. They were urinary tract and tend to relieve irrita-
saved by grace. But grace can tion and the pain it cause. Many grateful
recommend Doan They
By never be the cloak of careless living have people had more than forty years of public
nor can liberty in Christ be approval.Ask your neighbor

C. M. Payne L. interpreted as license to' live in sin.
1 I i We are set free in Christ, not that DOAN SPILLSI

I j OWNU QBeUSYndlabrWNU3ervtce. we may sin, but that we may "go
I'I I. and sin no more."

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Turner Sells Barber I would be the guest speaker there.A South Florida during the past sixty Range 34 East:

A meeting of the directors was new hospital is planned for the days to see for themselves con- \V% of the NEU of the NEU of
I Section :35.
Township 43 South
Shop To Musgrave held following the regular meeting. Eastern Division to be located in ditions,,that prevail during the time Range 34 East:
I Azucar and similar the Western these destructive fires are burning.The EU of the Nw'of the NEU cf
Section 35, Township 43' South "'"
Heavy Rains In Division hospital recently completed states ownership of so largea Range 34 East; y
'Announcement is 'made thisweekby here.School. portion of the lands embracedto EIof the SWU of the NEU of

: L. A. Turner of the sale of his South Lake Area my mind establishes us as a Range Section 31 35,East Township: 43 South,

barber, shop, located in the Hopkins Glee ClubI I state institution or at least a finan- W of the SVrof the NEU
Building, to T. C. Musgrave who cial contributor to a state institu- of Section 35, Township 43 South,
Range 34 East:
has been connected with the shop 2.9 inches of rain was recorded: tion, that' of the Public Free Schoolif EV of the SEof the NE'of /,
for the past three :years. (Continued from Page One) you please. Section 35. Township 43 South. ,
at Miami Locks for the twentyfourhour
Range 34 East: /
Mr. Turner, who: was seriously: period ending Wednesday June Hooker placed as a vocal soloist r We all' realize from the wide I Will: of the SE'of the NEt,
injured in automobile accident and Florence Graham placedin of of Section 35, Township 43 South,
an morning at seven o'clock and it was range ', comment over the state, Range 34 East: }
here more than a. year ago, has not still raining, giving better than 'a the senior alto group. Carlton that we are expected to enact legis- E% of the NEU of the NWU
been in good health since and he three inch precipitation at that Prevatt placed in the senior barI- of Section 35, Township 43 South,
lation to remedy the situation and Range 34 East;
expects to leave soon after the point. tone group. I Wfc of the NE I4 of the NWU
first of May, fqr his old home in The rain. was general around tIll The boys' quartet composed of I the passage of House Bill No. 251 of Section 35, Township. 43 South

Alabama, to rest for a while and Carlton Prevatt, Dick Owen, James seems to me will afford the desired Range 34' East:
I lake but was apparently centered at I E A of the SWU of the NW;
try to ,regain his health. He has the locks. 1.85 inches was recordedat Lolley and Munselle Stone placed relief. of Section 35, Township 43 South,
operated the barber shop for about as did the trio which is composedof I Range 34 East:
Ritta and 1.20 at South Bay W% of the Sw'of the NWU
six years. with the rainfall in Clewiston and the last three members of the I Harlem of Section. 35, Township 43 South,
School Range 34 East
quartet ;
Mrs. Turner will continue to operate further up the East shore under E
of the SE'of the NWU
her shop adjacent to The community is' proud of the I of Section 35
beauty one, inch. Township 43 South ?
the barber' shop in the same build- record made by the Club at this Closing ExercisesNext Range 34 East;
Roads were soggy after the heavy meet and feels that they will go I W of the SEU of the NW'%
ing. rani, it was reported, but in the of Section 35, Township 43 South,
much farther
next '
year. Range 34 East;
fields the parched ground took up Friday, April 28th, begin- EV of the NEU of the SWU
Pool Room Robbed the rainfall like a sponge. The water ning at 8 p. m. and continuing of Section 35, Township 43 South

table Is said to. .be about three' : Harvest Festival- through 2 o'clock, Saturday, April Range N'of 34 the East NWU: of the SWU

_ On Sunday Night feet below the. surface at the present 29th, the Harlem school will hold of Section 35, Township 43 South,
time.First its annual exhibition. The--exhibition Range 34 East;
(Continued from Page 'One) SWU of the N\V1of the SWU
the Western Division All-Stars will consist of the following: can- of Section 35, Township 43 South,
The pool room operated here by Carload OfTomatoes dlewick spreads, embroidery, cro- Range 34 East: '
Wilbur Goff broken into' matched with the Belle Glade colored SE% of the NWU of the SWU
was chet, dress-making, flower making
team. The game is called at of Section 35, Township 43 South,
time Sunday night and about twen- manual l training and industrial arts. Range' 34 East; 1
ty-five: (dollars in cash and cigar- ShippedThe 3:00. At the same time in Azucar W% of the SW'of the SWU
a team from Delray Beach will On Monday, :May 1st, at, 8 p. in. of Section 35, Township 43 .South,
ettes was taken. I the Eastern I I the members of the junior high Range 34 East:
meet Division All-Stars.
Mr. Goff stated that the lockon E% of the SE% of the SWU
the front door forced to''' first full carload of tomatoeswas For the all-star teams the best school will present a comedy in of Section 35. Township 43 South,
was shipped from Lake Harbor I three acts, "Bound to Marry". Range 34 East;
players in the divisions picked.On .
gain entrance and the cash registerwas I W% of the SE'of the SWUof
treated in the same manner. early: this week and from now on Monday in the Western Di. On-'Thursday, May 4th at 8'p.. m. Section 35, Township 43 South,
shipments are likely to become increasingly vision all the annual commencement Range 31 East;
preliminary field events exerciseswill
There were no bills ,left in the reg- heavier for the next fewweeks. E% of. the NE'of:: the SE'of
ister but the prowler took all the will be held from which winners p be held. Rev. H. J. Benson of Section 35. Township 43 South,
silver, between six and eight dollars -i Packing houses have been will be picked for the finals oni I New Bethel church of Clewistonwill Range 34 East:

estimated. There was little running for two or three weeks but Tuesday afternoon at Townsite. deliver the commencement ad- W% of the NEU of the SEU
of Section 35, Township 43
have only been packing out a few South.
else to take except a number of Cash prizes will be given to pre- dress. Range 34 East; l
crates at a time for truck shipment.Dry '' E% of the of }
liminary' winners as well as final The SWU the SEU
cartons of cigarettes from a show, graduates are: Sarah Jen- of
Section 35, Township 43 South,
case from which he ,removed a weather through the firstof winners and after the preliminariesare kins, James :Modest. Range 34 East;
of glass. the year made a poor growing over barbecues will be held You WV of the SWU of the SEU
are cordially invited to at-
of Section 35, Township 43 South
season for tomatoes and observers in each plantation.At ,
Sheriff H. L. DeLaney has beenon
tend each of these exercises. Range 34 East:
the case this week ,and reportsare state that the yield will be far be- the finals Tuesday afternoonall E% ef. the SEU of the SE'of
low that of past seasons. The price plantation villages enter a teamfor Section r 35, Township' 43 South. ,
current, but not verified, thata Range 34 East
remains fair and quality is also Hurricane Gate Is ;
suspect has been arrested. the various events which include W>* of the SEU of the SEU
good. 100-yard dash for men; fifty-yard of Section 35, Township 43 South,

Committee Chairmen I dashes for women, girls and boys; .,Closed For RepairsThe Range Eifc of 31 the East NEU: of the, NEU

Clyde Wilson- running broad jump, running ]hirfh of Section 1, Township 44 South,
Range 31
At I jump, horseshoe pitching, pillow W'lh of the East NEt: of the NEIL
Report MeetingThe fight on greased pole, obstacle lace U. S. ,Engineer sub-office in of Section 1, Township 44 South,

(Continued from .Page One) and other events. After these final ,I Clewiston announced this week that Range 34 East; 11
E% of the NW'of the
officers. field events a baseball team chosen the hurricane gate at Clewiston at
Kiwanis Club held only of Section 1. Township 44 South,
The P.-T. A. voted $20 to the from the players at Benbow, Li- the mouth of the Industrial Canal Range 34 East:
short business meeting on Wednesday will be closed for the from W'of the NWU of the NEt,
Glee Club to assist in defraying berty Point and Townsite will playa period
night at which time reports of Section 1, Township" 44 South. ,
.the expenses of the group to Tampa team chosen from the Bear April 24 to May 15 for paintingand I i Range 34 East;
were made by the new committee for the state high school music Beach, Ritta, South Bay and making certain ,repairs to the Ei,4 of the S\VU of the NE?;
chairmen on work done and pro- 'I I of Section 1, Township '44 South,
association also voteda underwater: portion o this struc-
posed. festival., The Miami Locks villages.A Range 34 East; ft
$5 space in the school annual. boxing program will be a ture. 'Ylh' of the SWU of the NEU
Rev. Forest C. Taylor reportedon feature of the Eastern Division cel- Navigation into the Industrial of Section 1, Township 44 Soutt}.
program plans and announcedthat Since the meeting was the last Range 34 East:
ebration on Monday night with ifve canal will be stopped but there will W, of
next Wednesday night the of 'the school year reports of sev- & the NEU of the NW%

Senior Class of Clewiston High eral officers and committees were bouts in weight classes from fifty be no interference with traffic in Range of Section 31 East 1, Township: 44 South. ,

School would be the guests of the made and Mrs. Doty also made a pounds to 150. Cash prizes will 50 the cross-state waterway. E/j of the NWU of the NWUof
to all winners.On Section 1,' Township 44 South.
report summarizing the year's work.
club at their meeting. B. E. Herring Range 34 East:
reported on plans made by the Mrs. R. N. Miller, president of Tuesday field events will be I E% of the SW'of the NW'of /
child committee the Tri-County P.-T. A. and sev- held similar to those in the Eastern NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE Section 1, Township 44 South, ,
; I I Range 34 East:
W. W. Perry reported on attend- eral other visitors from LaBellewere Division but all will be com- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that W% of the SE'of the NWU

which he is attempting to welcome guests at the meet- pleted that day and no prelimin- the undersigned Special Master in of Section 1, Township 44 South,
ance Chancery, by virtue of the final decree Range 34 East;
aries will be held Monday. An-
make ninety per cent perfect during ing. of foreclosure entered in that to satisfy said decree and all costs.
nouncements will also be made of certain
cause pending: in the Circuit
April. So far he has been suc- JOHN K. WOOLSLAIR.
the winners of the tractor driver Court. of the Twelfth Judicial Circuit -
Special Master in Chancery.
cessful. J. E. Beardsley, as chaii'-! Greatest Sugar- of Florida, in and for Hendry
man of the spiritual aims committee contest which has been underway County, In Chancery, being Case No. 1 I EVANS, MERSHON & SAWYER, I
for several months. 825. where Reconstruction Finance 'First National Bank Buliding,
urged each member to, attend Corporation a corporation organizedand I ]Miami\ Florida,
!:services at one of the local churches (Continued from page 1) existing under the laws of the : Solicitors for Plaintiff

each Sunday. R. M. Bishop reported tion of a modern commissary,' Stewart Fire ,Bill- United States, is plaintiff, and G. C. :March 31, April 7, 14, 21, 1939.
Bantz. as Trustee, and others namedin
that 'a plan had been made school and recreation hall. When I' the, bill are defendants, will, on

by the agricultural committee to completed this village, for the I Monday :May 1, 1939 between the I
hours of eleven o'clock, M.
I A. and
better acquaint the members with Townsite corporation workers, will (Continued From Page One) two o'clock, P. ,M., at the front doorof rsoTicr:
the agricultural activity of the be the most modern and up-to-date nature and placed under the controlof the 'County Court House in La-;
Belle, Florida, offer for sale and sell NOTICE is hereby given that Beryl
area and arrangements were being tillage for agricultural workers in a non-political, non-salaried
at 'public outcry, to the best and Bowden intends to apply to the
made for group trips for the mem- the South or probably in the entire commission of property owners liv- highest bidder for cash, the following Judges of the Circuit Court for Hendry -

bers in charge of one thoroughly nation. There will also be a large ing within the district.I described real property in Hendry County, Florida, for a decree and
County Florida to-wit: license to manage, take charge of
familiar with this activity.In addition to the Azucar village in believe' that fire control is SEU of the SWU of the SEU and control her property, and to become -'
connection with the meeting II' the Eastern division and a complete of more interest to the citizens of of Section 23, Township, 43 South, a free dealer in every respect.

and rehabilitation of the district than it could possibly ,
next week it was announced that renovation -------- --- ----

John I. Leonard, superintendent of I this village. A new Eastern Division i be to anyone not particularly ac ,

I quainted involved. ........................................ . ... ...................... .... .
schools: for Palm- Beach county, Hospital will also be constructed, with the section I Ii . . . .NNN. .NN. .H.NNNN.. .N. . .NNNNN. .N.NN..N. .11

i This particular bill is designed I .

to place the control and protection I ..i'.

oLr IIIIIIi fi'dIlIIIIlllIllIrtrliilllllllllli; \ i !;$\ lIIII ''llIlIli I i tjlllllillllll IIIIIIIIIIIIII Vi IIIIIIIIIIIIII 1111111I111111 rrmh.; i of property within the hands of I .;.

citizens ,that are interested strictly I :::

from the point of preservation.

;:_: THE TELEPHONE :?. During the past season thousandsand i i

.:. ... thousands of acres of this CLEWISTON 60LFi jis !
.:. .;. valuable land was destroyed by

THE OPEN DOOR =:;: fire, which under proper' regula-
tions and control could have been
::: + ,
: J.
.. prevented. s
..y'... _...-.- ... I With adequate appropriation and I|

efficiency I believe this great ..
y asset 1 !
y I to the state may yet be "

:: Can you afford to close the door in :: preserved.The I _. : ..f.:-.: \ :... .:;.. I ::

appropriation asked for is : '' ...... I .:

:: the face of your friends for a consid- : to be used for the purchase of I ..::... }

:: eration of l less than 1 14c per day? :i: equipment and the payment of sal-' s ...:..
: aries to fire wardens from eachof I oi.

.10 y.. the eleven counties embraced, :: ::
r I ; :
:i_: In times of sickness :=: and this nall appropriation is by
emergency, or ;

*.:::.: death neighbor., the telephone is your nearest :::::: no through means of this sufficient this Legislature size for and to an I memor-undertaking expectI f .ii Open to the Public ] 11 11IH

y alize the Congress of the United

y States to make an appropriation fora

:: Make an end to isolation by seeing :;: complete 'survey for information y H _y

::, our .manager today for telephone :;: as fire to control the method work in best the suited district.In for.I l r y x y

::. serVIce. :+; view of the fact that the states .?.

o.wns a large portion of land in\
:: ::
!. rite district, I consider it an Obligation -\ (. .:.

.:- -:.:- :;. of the state to protect its 1

y y own interest. I ;: Moderate Greed Fees :::
Fire in the Everglades during
:: INTER :: y
.t.. COUNTY, TELEPHONE .i. thousands the past winter of the actually winter visitors drove :;: Exceptional Fairways :=::

i. & TELEGRAPH COMPANY away, and will continue to do so :P;: Interesting Greens ,:_}.

I } as long as the fire and !smoke con

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