The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: April 28, 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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I 'r i TO BE PREACHEPON Released TodayA PROMISED HERE IS American Consumer '

telegram from Representative

SUNDAY NIGHT Elbert afternoon L. Stewart announces to.the that News checksare this BELIEVED MISTAKE Such Restrictions Are Solely For Benefit Of

being mailed today coveringrace ,- Offshore ProducersA ;
track funds
Clewiston High School, as (well that have been Officials of the United States L
I I I all tied up under the Wiggins suit four day harvest celebration closed last
I as other county schools will Sugar Corporation stated today sugar evening witha
,i ,"{j end its full eight month term next for the past, several weeks. Failureto that they knew nothing of a pro dance in the Sugar House. More than a thousand couples from
Friday. The baccaulaureate sermon, secure these funds, the larger posed'' $500,000 shelter colony to throughout the. Everglades danced the night away. The harvest cele-
j to be held in the school auditorium part of the revenue from the race be constructed here for transient bration started Monday with entertainment, athletic events, barbecuesand
)I tracks for the past season, has workers the awarding of prizes to field workers throughout the ten plantation -
j P! Sunday evening at eight o'clock is by the farm security administration -
worked a considerable hardship on villages of the United States: Sugar Corporation, the plantation cele-
the first of the
commencement activities and they believe that
i i the smaller counties who brations continuing through Wednesday. Thursday afternoon, the Sugar
,,! 1\\ for the senior class ofi, 1939, were the story, appearing in the daily House, Transportation, Shop, Research and Administrative employees
budgeted to this for
i, I! the] largest class' ever to graduate use money paper yesterday 'under an Associ- enjoyed a barbecue picnic.
j from the local school. The' commencement various county purposes. ated Press dateline, was released
I j exercises will be' held One of the principal actions of from Senator Claude Pepper's of- The celebration has been in connection with completion of the

i II ,in the auditorium next, riday the 1939 legislature so far has fice ,by mistake. eighth harvest of United States Sugar Corporation, which ended April 23,
been to seek some method' of dissolving after operating 174 days since November 1 of last year. During such
I 1 night.. 1 1i Jay W. Moran, general managerof
the injunction which was harvest, more ,than 85,600 tons of sugar were produced from 805,455
i .1 III' Rev. E. B. Evans, pastor of the brought by Charles E. Wiggins of the sugar corporation stated that tons of cane, "of which 66,491 tons were supplied by the independent

]I First Baptist Church of Fort; My- 'Miami which prevented Comptroller the. camp credited to Clewiston. was(I sugarcane farmers of the Everglades. Sugar yields during the eighth har-
I er shas been invited to deliver the Lee from distributing the bal- probably the one which is to be I I vest were the highest ever recorded, more than four and one-tenth tons
';; baccalaureate 'sermon. The processional built at Belle Glade and for which of raw sugar being the average production per acre-year.
I ance of about $700,000 to the 67
;1 \ and recessional will be sung plans have been underway for some I
i counties Better and improved varieties of developed on the
: by: the members of the Clewiston time. A group of, engineers connected -
The suit was dismissed by Circuit property, as well as continuous agricultural research and the appli-
Community Church choir and the with the farm security administration -
)' \. Judge. :J.: B. Johnson of Tallahassee cation of improved methods, are largely responsible for the great im-
I school chorus will sing a special i/ have visited Clewi&ton
have resulted
on the grounds that Wiggins provement shown. The extraordinary improvements
anthem. One of the local ministers frequently to study housing meth-
had shown no illegal distribution of from this work, conducted by private enterprise, can best be illustratedby
: I will give the invocation and bene ods employed by the corporationand citing actual examples. One hundred commercial size fields, aggre-
I diction. l money. i to search for engineering data gating 4,375 acres, showed an average yield of more than 6 tons of
The commencement exercises are ',r ---- and it is believed that these visits sugar per acre-year, with some of such fields exceeding 9 tons of

: scheff)led for eight o'clock on Friday CLEWISTON TEAM TO here might have caused some con-I sugar per acre-year: and none showing less than 5 tons of sugar, per
fusion in the senator's office '
night with Dr.; Russell A. ,Wil- regarding acre-year.
I liams of Miami, known as an exceptionally the location of the units. ,,
Clarence R. Bitting, President of United States Sugar Corporation
able speaker, invited to PLAY IN EAST COAST 'Sites have been selected and sur- commenting upon the harvest, stated:
give the graduating address. The veyed for the two units proposedfor

salutatory'will be given by ,LeRoy Belle Glade. and work is expected "This harvest should prove to everyone the economic fallacyof

Hare, the class history by Billie LEAGUE THIS SUMMERClewiston to start on construction before restrictions upon' a non-surplus crop.Ve have produced"
than four tons of acre-year. No area outsideof
June 1. more sugar per
I Hooker, the class will by Bernice
: the Everglades, can show such high:. average yields per\acre-,
If Guthrie, the class, 'prophecy by Ro- L ':rear.'Ve have paid the highest wages 'of any 'area supplyingthe
berta Spicer and the ad- will be represented in
f'- valedictory needs of the American sugar market and we have produced
dress by Wm. C. Owen, jr. Presentation .- the East Coast Baseball League Kiwanians Entertain sugar at the lowest unit cost of all such areas, not even ex- "

of the various awards and during' the summer, plans having cepting those areas operating on a peonage basis.
diplomas will be made folowing' the been made at a recent meeting of Senior Class John L
; other program. the league to take in both Clewis- ; I "The misleading propaganda spread by the offshore sugar

The fifteen graduates of 1939 are ton and Pahokee from 'the Lake Leonard Is producing areas and others interested in the destruction of our
SpeakerThe national productive facilities would attempt to have our
follows section. Other teams in the own
as : Misses Billie Hooker, eight-
people believe the low-wage, high-cost, offshore areas were, in
j Roberta Spicer, Martha Nell Alston, team league are: West Palm Beach, fact, the low-cost producing areas, but the, facts fully disprove
Gaudy Waters, Zena Belle Pullen, Fort Lauderdale, Vero Beach, Stu- Clewiston Kiwanis Club had such contention. Hawaii, the only area supplying the American -
Violet Bethea, Christine Bell and art, Fort Pierce and Lake Worth.. as its guests at the meeting, Wednesday market paying wages within striking distance of the Ever-

Bernice Guthrie and Bill Owen, At a meeting o'f the local base- night the members' of the glades scale, is reported, in April issue of "Facts About Sugar"? .
James Winn, Owen Winn, George ball players and fans held here i senior class of ,1939 of Clewiston to be operating at substantial losses and showing raw sugar

Smith, Morris Ford, LeRoy Hare Tuesday night at the City Hall the High School as well as several oth- costs of' ,3 cents per' pound. On March 9, in a full page ad-
i 1. and Thomas Waldron. I following officers were elected: ers in the student body and facul- vertisement in the Havana Post, the Cuban Sugar Mill Owners f

... President, Pete Chagaris; Vice! ty members. John I. Leonard, Palm stated they were receiving only 2 % cents for their raw sugar,
\ which they claim is far less than their cost, thus indicating
President, G. H. Small; Secretary- Beach county superintendent of
: high School Seniors Treasurer, A. L. Hackett; Business i schools, was the guest speaker. costs much higher than 2 % cents per pound. maintenanceof Preliminary
figures for the Everglades, which include adequate
Manager, Parker T. Wilson; Team 1 Following the dinner Miss Kathryn allowance for depreciation, taxes, insurance -
: all property, proper !
Have Good Rating In Manager; J. E. Baker; Assistant; Graham, soprano, sang a: vocal and other fixed charges, indicate a unit cost of not

Team Manager, Bill Hooks; Umpires solo, "When Irish Eyes Are Smil- more than 2 % cents per pound.
Mental Aptitude Test Arthur L. Oliver, Charles E. ing" after which the members of
1 : Miner and :J.: E. Beardsley. the senior class were introduced "With the highest wages of any area the Everglades producesraw
I at 'cost of 23& cents as compared with more than
I Under the league, contract each i and were given a warm welcome by sugar Hawaii. The coat In
A series of tests given in a I team will be required to play two i President A. W.: Lawrence which 2 % cents cost in Cuba the and Ameri6an 3 cents in market are as high, or
other areas
state-wide testing program handled games each week on Thursday and was responded to by W. C. Owen, higher, than the costs quoted. It is clear that the Evergladesis
through the University of Floridain Sunday afternoons. Other require- jr., president of the class. The the lowest cost producer supplying the American market,

Gainesville to all senior classesof ments have not been learned. roll call of members and introduc- yet the Federal government, by the Sugar Act, of 1937, prohibits -
the state showed: that the members Clewiston has some exceptionallygood tion of other guests was followedby I I the expansion of production in such low cost area. Protection -

of the senior class of Clewis- material this year and it is a piano solo by Miss Elizabeth of the consumer, certainly does not justify prohibitionof
I ton High School were well above believed that a good showing will Draughn, valedictorian of the low cost production for' the benefit of high cost producers.. ,
the average of state students and be made In the fast league. Con- Moore Haven senior class of 1939. Prohibition of high-wage, low-cost production of sugar, a non-
the class average was nine points can only benefit the low-wage, high-cost, offshore
I siderable interest is being shown Mr. Leonard was next introducedand surplus crop
and American
I above the general state class aver- and local fans will have the opportunity made a most interesting talkon producers at the expense of :American workmen

age.Tests of seeing some of the the subject, "Education Is A consumer.
I were made in mental aptitude best baseball ever played in the Big Business." "When the Everglades is accorded its proper position, tot

I and in English, social studies, 'glades during the summer.A Business, the speaker said, is i which is entitled as the highest-wage and lowestcost; sugar
\ natural sciences and mathematics. game has been arranged for judged by the kind of productsit producer, upward of 100,000 heads of families will enjoy self-
I The tests were given on a special next Sunday afternoon with Fort turns out and the standards of respecting, self-supporting, livelihoods on a high American
paper, using a special pencil 'and Myers at Fort Myers and the league the products where certain charac- standard of living and the American housewife will" be guaranteed -

i I .. were closely watched through the opener will be against Pahokee on teristics are necessary. Education ,her sugar requirements at a reasonable piice.

I four-hour period by :Mrs. G. :B. the local diamond the following seeks to build into its. product physical ----- .

i' Thomas, Mrs. Beatrice Anthony and Sunday, May 7. efficiency, mental efficiency,
'i })rof. B. E. Herring. The papers Attending the meeting here moral efficiency and vocational ef/ Engineers To Build Best Tomatoes From

L were then sent to Gainesville and,I Tuesday night were: R. J. Blount, ficiency. He spoke of recreational

graded on a special machine to A. E. Oliver, James Weaver, I. S. activity designed to produce a well- Road On LeveeAn Liberty Point Area

eliminate any possibility of erroror Bell, Leroy Hare, W. A. Goff, Buddy rounded physical make-up. In explaining I

favoritism. The percentage expected Vaughn, H. C. Avant, Pete mental efficiency he stressed -/
over the state is fifty per Chagaris, Charles Roberts, J. E. the need for being able to think I advertisement for bids has W. S. Bowdoin, who is operat-
cent above normal and fifty per'n" Baker, A. C. Carlton, Bob Harris, clearly, ability to write and ability ing a tomato packing house at
will be
': I cent below normal. Dick and Bill Hooks, Bobbie Hare,ito spell and said that although it. been made and these bids Harbor this season stated this
r The Clewiston seniors averaged Sandy Bell and A., L. Hackett. I might be considered old-fashioned)| opened .and contract let on May morning that his house had packedout

fifty per cent on mental aptitude, he was strongly in favor of the 15 at the' District U. S. Engineeroffice two cars of U. S. No. I's this

62 per cent on English, 40 per NEW 'DITCH IS BEING "three R's", reading, 'riting and in Jacksonville for the application week, all of the fruit coming from

cent on social studies, 69 per centon DUG IN DISTRICTA 'rithmetic. In moral efficiency he of approximately 25.100 I the Liberty Point area.
natural science and 56 per cent stressed the need for the, child not i I The U. R. No. 1 pack is n rarity
on mathematics. dragline Is at work deepeningand only to know what is righl but to square yards; of marl surfacing to j lin muck-grown tomatoes and indicates

These tests, given to every senior widening a small existing ditch do what is right and the school's the l' Kib&immee River Unco. i the finest of fruit. Better

I in every school whether large in Clewiston Drainage District I[part in encouraging fair play,I This stretch of levee which extends -i eater control in Diston Island

I I or small and the splendid average across sections 16 and 17 in the square dealing and uprightness. along the north side of thJ. Drainage District is believed responsible -
made. by the Clewiston students Indicates -I western side of the townsite.W. In vocational efficiency he stressedthe I I for the better :yield and
II I the type of work they have C. Owen, engineer for the need for training the boys and I river back from the lake is so quality in this section, the tomato -

done this year and the amount of district states that this is the girls in some vocation so that they sandy that government vehicles deal having suffered considerably -

good :they have derived from their I only ditch needing work to pro-' may be able to' support themselvesand have difficulty in getting over it in other sections from the

studies. It also indicates that the I vide proper drainage through the those dependent upon them. for maintenance and repair oper- unseasonable drought. Heavy show

pupilin': the small school has the entire area. The ditch crosses the "Many delinttlons", :Mr. Leonard ations.. It is 4.73 miles in length ers of the past two weeks came too

same' ability to learn as those' in sugar cane field that was swept Raid, "are given to education but; and will bo surfaced, nine feet wide late to help the growers and.. arc '

I \ ",;""t the laigtr-, schools. ", by fire three weeks ago. ( (Continued on Page 8)) and .approximately six inched:.t thick.. causinG' "wilt in'some fields. \

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llt Feeling Weekly News Analysis I I I UNIFORM IMPROVED INTERNATIONALSUNDAY After Prepared First for EncounterAn Big Stuff -)

In Chest Held Foreign ,Policy Showdown Seen | Englishman visiting friend

Over Roosevelt's Peace AppealBy LessonBy in Nevada, where the air is rare

Danger SignalBy and distances deceptive, startedon
HAROLD L. LUNJJ U1S1'. D. D. a stroll with his host to a moun-
Dean of The Moody Bible Instituteof
Joseph W. "La Bine Chicago tain which seemed but a few miles y

Western Newspaper. Union. distant. After for several
Even so, the President's personal hours, he was amazed to find the

I T IS ONLY natural that EDITOR'S NOTE-When opinions'are brand of foreign policy bore some Lesson for 30 mountain was apparently no near-
thoseof April
ia these columns they are
when an individual beginsto the news analyst and not necessarilyof fruit. Though German-Italian rejec- er and to have his friend explain

get a "tight" feeling in his the newspaper. tion was expected from the start, Lesson and subjects copyrighted and Scripture by International texts selected that it was still 30 miles away.

chest just under the breast favorable replies rained on' Wash- permission.Council of Religious; Education: used by Returning home by a different

InternationalThough ington so fast that one purpose was route, they came upon an irriga-

bone, he should U. S. citizens have been definitely accomplished: World opin- PAUL CROSSES INTO EUROPE tion ditch. The Englishman sat

begin to worry TODAY'SHEALTH ion had at last been mobilized, draw- down and beganremovinghisshoes."What .
wont to decry Britain's vaccilating
about his heart. events of 1939 have ing peace-loving assurances from LESSON TEXT-Acts 15:36; 16415. on earth are.you going to
be I foreign policy, lesser nations which fear dealing GOLDEN TEXT-And after he had seen do?" asked his host. \
There may a focused than passing attentionon the vision. endeavored togo
more Immediately we
with either the Axis or the Anglo- ,The Englishman, gravely con-
few men who COLUMN similar problem at home: Does Into Macedonia.-Acts 16:10.
French bloc but who will
speak templating the ditch, replied,
officialdom a
on ,
pay .no attention Washington well-reasoned foreign agree policy? their minds to an intermediary.Even Guidance is the moment by moment "Swim this river!"
to this as they can remember reflected in com- more important 'was the psychological need of every man and woman -
Is such a policy
having this tight mon-sense national defense? effect. Slow in sending boy and girl. The whole of
their hostile, jointly prepared an- life calls for decisions of
feeling when they played Most Americans think not, though many
feel alike about swers, the Rome-Berlin axis infer- ,which look quite innocent and unimportant CLASSIFIED
games as boys. As a matterof by and large they entially and involuntarily remindedthe
but which the destiny
Hitler and Mussolini dislike war
fact the tight feeling in the world that dicta-
in Europe's: two' of an entire life may turn.
and arms
want an
had is tors are guilty of aggression
chest they as boys more-
Yet informed Americans agree both Since the great issues of life may
over will be responsible for the
practically the same tight Germany and Italy were manhan- Europe war turn on the simplest of choices, we

feeling in the chest when the dled at Versailles, agreeing also that soon expects. need guidance at every point in life.

heart is affected,. because, in the U. S. must'have "adequate" defense Best anti-Roosevelt argument of This need has been recognized by BABY CHICKSBRED
isolationists is that Italy and Ger-
even if it means an arms those who would make merchandiseof
both cases, the heart is asked to
On the of American many have already broken so many their neighbors. and
subject Quacks
work than it is able to do at race. FOR PRODUCTION:. Ducks
more ..:__ interference in foreign affairs thereIs agreements that the President'sdream charlatans offer guidance by every RAISED FOR PROFIT: Chicks
that particular nine. SOLD BY QUALITY: Turkey
t.. In it debate: One school prefers traditional of a 10-year peace "guarantee" method, from reading the palm, STARTED CHICKS: Pullet
; youth may
isolationism, though this is rather futile. Second best looking at the stars, or consultingthe Milford Hatchery PlkesvlUe P. o.
tip have been due to Rockdale
; k'.,' nervousness preventing I I argument is that the note merely spirits, to those smug enter- Md.
gave impetus to Britain's warlike
and ., prises which pose as spiritual and
the heart
Stop Hitler front, drawing France, talk much of prayer, but which do Towels or PictureIn
lungs from working
Russia and England closer to a mu- not honor the name of Christ nor
together properly. In ; tual defense pact, which is probably '
recognize Him as Redeemer and Quick StitcheryYou'll
heart fail-
beginning e. Yzs inspired by the unspoken hope that Lord.,
ure in the adult it is the U. S. is willing to join the partyif

because the heart is f need arises.Business One of the glories of the Christian

not able not strong m:03It faith is that the believer is indweltby

enough, to. do the the third person of the Trinity,
__.-_- the Himself who is
work perhaps the Holy Spirit ,

Dr. Barton ordinary amount of $ A Republican, Edward J. Noble ready and willing to give divine

work-required of it. built his confectionary business intoa guidance in every detail of life from

We should all remember that if a mint called Life Savers before the smallest to the greatest.We '

failing heart in its early stages is President Roosevelt named him study today the coming of the 1!1 .t 7Q'3 \

given rest,.or required to do a little r s chief of the civil aeronautics author- gospel into Europe, and that means a. y Sill

less work, it may regain its reserveor ity. Because he represents business through our forefathers to America.We R7fn

last for years longer.Dr. I also because he believesunlike consider what from our view-

Parsonnet Reports.In many businessmen-that U. S. point was a crucial point in the his-.

speaking of these failing hearts industry can move forward under tory of the Church. Thanks be to

-chronic' myocarditis or myocardo- current governmental regulations, God that Hi \ servant Paul was in
,Mr. Noble was too good a friend to
sis-Dr. Aaron E. Parsonnet, New- that hour obedient to the guidanceof
be left in the non-controversial
ark, N. J., in Annals of Internal the Holy Spirit.: Observe that
of aeronautics. Result: He has been
Medicine the gospel came to Europe.
SENATOR BORAH named assistant to Harry L. Hop-
"The patient may complain that I. By Providential Hindrance (15:
All Europe looked bad to him. kins, new commerce departmentchief
he out of breath climbing 36
gets on who is ; 16:4-8)
stairs or doing some work that he group also resents President Roosevelt's make that traditionally dead-end Not only the steps, but also the

could do easily the previous year; strong reiteration of a long- office into a vital aid to U. S. busi- stops of a good man are ordered of,
he may complain of palpitation standing U. S. interest in PanAmerican -
ness. the Lord. That is not an easy lesson -
("thumping," "skipping," "knocking" solidarity. The other school
to learn. We be as muchin
he notice the discards silent isolationism as no But Harry Hopkins is admittedly may
) ; may palpita-
the will of the Lord when all of
tion after ordinary or customary effort longer possible in 'world' of fast trying to sell the New >Deal to busi- our efforts seem to be thwarted a's
communications where politiciansride ness (though not without, carefully
; he may be troubled with a
when Let for-
they us not
the same boat with foreign removing obvious stumbling blocks) prosper.
grip-like distress under breast bone;
it.Paul. love these motifs
get quaint
tradesmen. and he may have his eye on the 1940
fullness and
indigestion- nausea oc-
casional vomiting; or only symp- Until early April, President Roose- presidential campaign. Hence Mr. had set out on a second journey that' make a hit wherever they'reused

toms may be getting tired easily velt had accomplished little by way Noble makes a good "front man," to carry out a follow-up cam- The appropriate mottoes

of clarifying foreign policy, thanks and now the front man is himself paign in the cities where he had already (they come in pairs) make them
and sleeplessness.
looking for front preached. This was a good unusual as towels and equally effective -
The five outstanding symptomsthen partly to an impasse with congress. men.

are breathlessness, palpitation, Each White House plump for inter- At his first press conference in plan and had God's blessing (seev. as small pictures or for

sore or griplike feeling under breast nationalism had been followed by the new job, Mr. Noble gave U. S. .' 5). But soon we find that word"forbidden" pillow-tops. They're mainly in 10
inch cross-stitch with bit
to the
bone, indigestion and sleeplessness. congressional plumping for isolationism newspapers a want-ad for patriotic, (v. 6) and then "suf- a

"Moderation in work and play; until in one short week the I fered not" (v. 7). The Holy Spirit'began of other simple stitchery to lend

to close doors to the gospel variety. They're fascinating. to do.
rest and relaxation, if necessary President apparently took the ball : .
from congress via three strokes that preacher. Now what? Shall he go Pattern 6242 contains transfer
for an hour after lunch; a fullnight's
on in determined self-will? Or shall pattern of 6 motifs averaging 5%
sleep of eight hours; mental made the U. S. citizenry consciousof
he become discouraged and embit- by 7% inches; color schemes; ma-
relaxation and forgetting of busi- a definite interest in Europe'sfish

ness worries at home; moderate ex kettle. First was the apparently L tered in his soul? No,, let him wait, terials needed; illustrations of G

ercise. Overweight should be grad- casual remark at Warm Springs, ; for God is guiding him by provi- stitches.To .

reduced down where Mr. Roosevelt promised "to r fFL /, dential hindrance, which is soon to obtain this pattern, send 15
ually by cutting on
cents in coins to The Sewing Cir-
food." Thyroid extract cannot be return in the fall if we don't have a be followed

used because it speeds up the heart. war." Later he explained that "we" II. By Divine Guidance (16:9, 10). cle, Household Arts Dept., 259
West 14th St. New York N. Y.
meant western civilization, and that The Spirit spoke to Paul in a ,

Regular Visits to the remark was actually planned to vision revealing the divine purpose

"give direction" to public thought. that the gospel should go over into _

Dentist Are NecessaryA Next, while congressional isola- Macedonia. ,The Spirit leads in our C SAFETY TALKS )

physician sat visiting in the tionism began simmering, Mr. day, possibly not by visions, but by

chair of his dentist waiting for the Roosevelt told the Pan-American W/ impelling inward prompting com-

: X-ray films of his teeth to be de- Union's governing board that the plemented and checked by the The Careless MaleIt

l veloped. When they'were ready the Western hemisphere is willing to i.i.'i teaching of Scripture and by provi- appears that the male of the

f dentist showed them to him and match "force to force" against aggression dential circumstances, and a man species is more careless than the

made no comment. The physician in defense of New world may know what is the will of God.A female.Of .

i pointed to two of the teeth and said: institutions and independence. By x; word of caution is needed at every 100,000 males in the

"You can't save those' two teeth, this time congressional isolation was 4 this point. Some earnest Christian United States, 119.6 were killed in

can you?" The dentist replied that boiling, but a few hours later the ]' Y people go astray by projecting their accidents'' during 1937, reports the

theY'were too far gone and would President delivered his biggest.'L own desires and purposes into the National Safety council.

have to be removed. stroke-a frank appeal for world ; place where they come to regard Only 51.3 of every 100,000 women

"Well, if I hadn't had that pain in peace via diplomatic note- to Hitler them as the will of God, and 'thus suffered accident deaths.

my hip I'd never' have had the teeth and Mussolini. Its gist: The Presi- .&If'.EDWARD!. __ do themselves and others and

examined, as it is just three years dent would serve as intermediary Christianity itself much harm.

since I had an X-ray examination. between dictator states and 31 nations J. NOBLE
III. Through a Faithful Witnessvv.
Just why some individuals with of .Europe, North Africa and Help wanted.
( 11-14).
Infected teeth can escape arthritis Asia Minor, whose integrity he .
distinguished business leaders who The gospel came to Europe be-
or rheumatism for years or escapeit wants them to respect. This would
Paul and his fellow workers
like himself, will take $1 a cause
entirely may seem hard to under- lead to an international conferencefor year
each to assist the department's busi- were faithful to their calling. When
stand, but there are two factors to disarmament, economic settle-
expansion efforts. His God led they went to Macedoniavv.
be considered, (a) the strength or ment and at least 10 years of mutu- ness purpose: ,
"I want to get around me men ( 11, 12), where they sought out
power of the organisms causing the ally guaranteed peace. Most fear-
smarter than I am to do specific those ,who were in the place of
trouble, and (b) the amount of resistance ful quotation: "Plainly the world is "
( Paul spoke to them
jobs. prayer v.
the individual has to those moving toward catastrophe
unless is' Any kind-for triers
about Christ (v. 14). It one thingto
Departmental objectives in
particular organisms. a more rational way of guiding the or high egg! bred-
Noble opinion: (1) Restore confi- have a vision, it is another thingto ,
Nature Gives events is found. 6c up. Ga. U. S. approved pulloruin
Warning. dence, leading'to increased business be obedient to that vision (Acts tested. 100,000 weekly. Reds Rocks,
Congress held its breath awaiting
Naturally we should not wait for
.* There who talk Hampshlres, Giants. Leghorns -
26:19) are some Orpingtons.
volume, leading in turn to lower
I attack of formal replies, too concerned for A
an rheumatism before much of their consecration to God MInorcas. AA, AAA Super
': teeth reckless speech-making at the mo- taxes without disturbing government's Light and heavy assorted. Write s
, i having our examined because I but who give little evidence of it. grades.
revenue or extraordinary livabllliy guarantee that
the infective ment. Isolationism's cause seemed expenditures for on
' be
:, on for years processes before may the going defeated, yet even liberal interna- ; (2) help industry re- IV. Through a Receptive .Heartvv. protects you. We have the breeding,
pain to produce
occurs in the joint or muscle. tionalists began worrying lest the absorb the unemployed; (3) build ( 14, 15). champion equipment chicks. Oldest hatchery In

, \ In Hygeia, Harriet U. S. be summoned to serve 1917's foreign trade, especially to combat God sent an obedient messengerto Georgia and first In state to bloodiest.

Z says: "Did you ever think Fitzgerald that nature purpose again, i.e., bring peace to the Nazi threat in South America. the place where He had a pre- Write[ today.

i : has ways of warning"us of traditionally quarrelsome Europe. pared heart (v. 14). Space forbids

, I'' ailments? A slightly sensitive tooth our, Idaho's Sen. William E. Borah People much reference to' this godly, successful BLUE RIBBON HATCHERY

wrote: "This is not a war over the business woman and house-
a decayed spot, bleeding gums or an Appointed, James Slattery, Illinois 215 Forsyth St. S. W.. Atlanta Ga.
questions of democracy or totalitari- mother, but we do note that she
spot above a certain tooth I commerce commission chairman,
anism These received the Word of God
European not only
may all mean that you should con- U. S. senator to succeed the late J.
sult your dentist and that ers, whatever their ideology or political Hamilton Lewis. into her own heart, but at once
postpon- views, pursue one and the herself to the task of passingit
ing that visit simply means that Resigned H. F. for 13 gave eThe best placeto
you McElroy, SHOPPING
same course .< They all violate on. The first thing she could do
t are creating trouble. When you treaties, disregard principalsof years Kansas City's city manager, to give aid and comfort to the start your shopping
t have a cavity and decay is only in father of Mary McElroy, once a kid- was tour ia In
methods which in-
right, pursue messenger of the truth, and she did TourTi ; your favorite easy-
the enamel (the thin hard victim. w
coveringof evitably 'lead to war and then call nap that at once. Be assured that from chair,with an open

: the tooth), the tooth is not sensi- upon the United States, Canada and Resigned, Son Elliott Roosevelt, that day on she did all she couldto newspaper.
tive and
it is practically impossible other nations to save them from as president and a director of Hearst prosper the gospel on its way Make a habit of reading the dverti5e- sw

I;,1 for you to know a cavity exists." their own intolerable and vicious Radio, Inc., to spend more time through Europe and to the ends of meats In this paper every week. Theycan

j: Your dentist Copyright.can-WKU find Service.this cavity. methods." with his Texas State Radio network. the earth. Have we done likewise? lave you time, energy and money.



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" :! spite of their acid taste, however,
: :; i,I C. Houston Goudiss Explodes Some False Notions most fruits have an alkaline reac-
I il ilr. tion following digestion.My .
r. About Food; Warns Homemakers Against earnest advice' to home-

tlI Fallacies and makers is to disregard all such
ifI SuperstitionsBy
I I r fads and fancies. Don't be guidedby

: q qi C. HOUSTON GOUDISS hearsay advice. Eat a wide va-
i riety of foods in moderation. Learn
i I I T HAS been well said that a little knowledge is a dangerous what 'constitutes a well-balanced

.: t 4. thing. This is particularly true of dietary facts, for 'diet. And make that your health
I .tF halftruths'can be more misleading than lies. ideal.
I':'i iI I s n Ty V y. s 't f. ti w, fg There should' be no place for half-truths, misinformationor Questions AnsweredMrs.

I ''I superstition in a matter so vital as,the choice of food. Yet
; judging from the letters_ that come to my desk, thousands of E. B. L.-The refreshing

l I 'J I II homemakers are being influ-<$ flavor of pineapple makes this

I : 0I'0' --" .v __.__ ____.mn,_,. __v------' .v_ enced, not by scientific knowl such fruits whole fruit useful for stimulating a lag-
I as vegetables or
II ging appetite. It contains valua-
IIf I edge, but by "old wives grain breads. When these foods
I: At 9:30 a. m., eastern standard time on May 15, King George,; tales and a multitude of are omitted, it is not the presence ble minerals and the vitamins, A,
B, C and G.
and Queen Elizabeth of England set foot on North American soil fads and fancies which there of cheese, but the absenceof
I for the most widely heralded royal visit in modern history. In bulk that is responsible for the
t ti Mrs. A. L. T.-Children requiremore
where the remodeled in Canada is not .a shred of scientific meal laxative.
i ; England, battleship Repulse teas : being insufficiently protein than adults in proportion
; and the United States elaborate preparations have been made for evidence to support. Homemakers who have the in- to their body weight. Nutritionists -
!: the comfort and enjoyment of Britain's monarchs. Until June 14, Some food fallacies are ,harm- terests of their families at heart estimate that about 15

II chen the royal couple leaves Halifax on the return trip, American less. Others may be detrimentalto will banish the notion that cheeseis per cent of the total calories of

i newspapers trill be filled with accounts of their cross-continental health. For they result in an either constipating or difficultto the child's diet should be takenin
unbalanced diet that deprives the digest when properly'used..
, : tour. Every minute of their has been.scheduled the form of protein.
journey carefully.
I '
1:1 body of. substances needed to They will give 'this splendid fooda -WNU-C.Houston Goudiss 1939-60.
:I II II II Ii I maintain"physical efficiency at the. regular place in their menus
highest possible level.Misinformation and thereby provide valuable By Their Merits
I nourishment at a most economicalcost.
0 that estates and of-
It is doubtful if any other
About Meat
fices were not .derived 'corruptly,
food provides such a variety of
I Many common and persistent I and that clear honor were pur-
fallacies concern the eating of important nutrients concentratedin chased by the merit of the wearer.
meat. It is wrongly such .a small space. Besidesits Shakespeare.' -
charged that light fine quality protein, cheese is,
notable for its energy values, for
meats are more
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I rb r } h wholesome than supplying the minerals, calcium

i : I' dark meats and phosphorus, needed for teeth
that veal is not and bones, and as a source of Correct Constipation

.: completely digested vitamin A. Before-Not After!
: jl 1i 1-- : that meatis
Don't Make Mistakes About Milk
., a contributingcause
'. An ounce of prevention Is worth a
;:$:: g ,1| to disease, Not even milk has escaped a pound emergency relief Why Jet
', iur ..._*.. ..W.NhYl ; ,.., <._**'--**-% and many other variety of groundless supersti- 1ouTselsuffer those dull lifeless
equally foolish no- tions. It is said to be "fattening" days because of constipation,why
: < Sidelights on the jour- tions. All thesemisconceptions when the truth of the matter is bring on the need for emergency
i Above the band are medicines, when there may be afar
: of that no food is fattening unless
1 r royal marines, Ports in a clpss with the absurd ideas consumed in excess of bodily KEEP better regular way?by That getting way at is the to

': division, which that eating turnips will make you needs. The food faddists say that cause of the trouble.If .
I the mon brave, that lettuce is a cure for fruits and milk must never be tak- It's common constipation

This is the insomnia, or fish a food for the en at the same meal, for the to lack of "bulk" In the diet, a
I I first brain. fruit acids will cause the milk to pleasant,nutritious,ready-to-eat
I, I I A.. since 1911 that a There is nb. evidence to supportthe curdle. Here is an outstanding cereal-Kellogg's' AU-Bran-goes
\ marine band has belief that some meats are i example of 'the misleading effectof straight to the cause supplying
\ British sov' less desirable than others because half-truths. For it is 'a physio- the "bulk" you need.
Eat this crunchy toasted cereal
i abroad. Left, they are less completely digested. logical fact that milk is always every day-with milk or cream,or
: : Henry F. Nesbitt, Tests show that the length of time curdled in the stomach by the baked Into muffins-drink plentyof
\ House accountant I meat remains in the stomach va- action of the hydrochloric acid! water,and see if you don't for-
I \ housekeeper, whose ries with such factors as the quan- Some people 'are afraid to eat get all about constipation. Made
I it will be to make tity of fat present, the method of acid-tasting fruits because they by Kellogg's In Battle Creek.Sold
\ and Elizabeth cooking, and the amount of chew- have' the erroneous idea that they by every grocer. ,
ing it receives. But there is no I produce "acidity" in the body. In I
during their marked difference in the thoroughness -
I II in Washington. with which the different kindsof
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meats are digested. .

I H4 11 .r7isrL '' W'Z n ,vI r 3 t Other Erroneous fallacies Ideas About that continually Cheese .K+

f. s h
C' .r .1 It crop up in my mail are the ideas x\
The that cheese is constipating, and R,. 111.

I' ity is 7 that this good food is not completely .t .JYS1'2
of the M4 r digestible. Neither belief is in

! I traveling accordance. with the facts.
,1 I Numerous tests have'shown that .v
, ; ) joy is
when cheese is .
given a proper ,. .
,,1! Lodge, place in the diet, it is usually well .'i rv'Y : I park, digested. Moreover, it has been
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j' i.. right demonstrated that there is prac- .. .
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;' I bungalow s.. 44Ci h cheese and meat with respect to
;i pared ease of digestion.As .
I I 'I'.I.. for the completeness with
<" which this food is utilized by the r YY:2 k: '; '
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r body, studies made by investigators -

: \I\\ : : N' : for the United States depart- i.,;'ri:
I ,. ment of agriculture, demonstrated -
! fiL that on the average, about 95
JJJ. per cent of the protein and over
: I II 95 per cent of the fat of cheese
I I -i were digested and absorbed! A ( I

I Some few persons may have an
allergy to cheese just as they are
/ sensitive to a variety of other protein

/ foods. But that: is an abnor- glad Free Quaker State Motor, Oil is 4 '
mal reaction and has no bearingon
kr iL A- / the use of ,cheese by personsin a scientific achievement ,in motor oil 1

/ normal health. purity. Its purity insures that you need

about motor troubles dueto .
never worry o
Cheese Is Not ConstipatingThe
mistaken idea that cheeseis sludge, carbon or corrosion: Its extraordinary

constipating doubtless arose resistance to heat assures you

from poor menu'planning.:. Cheeseis of full-bodied lubrication at any speed.
concentrated food. It Retail
a highly price
Be'carefree this summer,, to
the distinction of being the
,,. enjoys 39 P' quart
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DIMi """" most concentrated source of pro- Add-Free Quaker today.Quaker

\ tein known. Because of this fact, State Oil Refining Corp.,Oil City,Pa.
I i !Ii i Elaborate, ,alterations. were made on II.",.,' HMS Repulse .insure menus containing cheese should .
I' : the finest The the inclusion "of .
\ \I possible quarters. --above picture was taken in'early be.balanced: by ; .r
January when workmen began refitting the main dining room.I foods containing bulk or cellulose,

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for little or nothin' and arrangeto
The Clewiston News lease or otherwise acquire a bills. If they decide to bunch 'em LEGAL NOTICESNOTICE lips Clarke, .Architect West Palm
piece of machinery that would pass and push 'em through, we'll have Beach, Florida, upon the payment of t

for a tractor that would justify my another untimely answer to a $20.00. The sum of $15.00 will be re- .

Published every Friday In Clewiston, keepin' a few drums of gas layin' timely demand. Notice Is.hereby given that the funded when the plans and specifics- II'
Florida by the CLEWISTON NEWS, Getting a bill through the Leg- Board of Public Instruction of Hendry tions, have been returned to the Architect -
around handy. I realize I couldn'tuse
Inc. County, Florida, on the 2d
day in good condition.All .
islature to be
it in my automobile, but on ought a simple pro- of :May A. D. 1939, will receive bids
if cess. That's what you think! All until twelve noon for the purchase of bids should be addressed to
the other hand the colored boy
33000.00 Special Tax School S. A. Graves, Superintendent of Pub-
KEATUUSV BOWlJEtf, Editor you have to do is pass it in one District
made a mistake it would be an awful No.7, Hendry County bonds said lic Instruction, Hendry County, Florida -
tank'and house, take it over and pass it bonds being: in denomination of
nusiance to drain the
I LaBelle, Florida and marked:
other house.. One time I $1,000.00each, said bonds bearing Interest
Entered as second class mail matter in the -
I refill it with taxed gas, especiallyif Bids for the construction of school
at the rate of six cent
per to.
February 1, 1927, at the Post Office in 1 was feeling under the weather and per .
Clewlston, Florida, under the Act o! I happened to be in a hurry. annum 'payable semi-annually and building.The
March 3, 1891.Subscription. stayed home from the office. 'Was maturing as follows: $1,000.00 on July Board reserves the right to
Our tourists and winter visitors 1st of the years ,1941 to 1953, Inclus- reject any and all bids.
n't exactly sick but just "puny"
would be out of luck until they ive; and $2,000.00 on July 1st of the MRS. HOMER TAYLOR,
I'd always thought that the wife years '1953 to 1963, inclusive. All bids Chairman, Board of Public
Rnte $2.00 Per Yenr. I found out, then instead of so many should get her chores done in an should be addressed to S. A. Graves, Instruction, Hendry County,
cars with trailers, we'd probablyfind Superintendent of Public Instruction, :Florida.ATTEST .
Advertising Rated On Application. hour or so and wondered what she Hendry County, Florida LaBelle, :
our highways cluttered up did the rest of the time. That I Florida, and marked: Bids for the S. A. GRAVES ;'
with out-of-state cars draggin' trac- purchase of bonds. Superintendent of
Devoted to the advancement and welfare morning I found out. She startedto Public Intruction,
tors behind 'em. If a guy was gon-I The Board reserves the 'right to '
of Clewiston and Hendry County. make up one of the beds. The I eject :any and all bids. 'Hendry County, Florida.
na be down here a month or so, April 7, 14, 21, 28.
She dozen MRS. HOMER
egg man came. got a TAYLOR,
he could_ afford_ to_ nick un a secondhand -
and went back to.the task. Alarmat Chairman, Board of Public

THE, HARVEST* y FESTIVAL I on gas.tct rfo; wh't he'dsave the back door and a black boy Instruction Florida. Hendry .County ..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.
wanted to know if she could use ATTEST: I
Once again theI several thousand If every city, town and village I some conch peas. She couldn't but S. A. ,GRAVES, f.=: -ROSES- tX :

employees of the United States were permitted to operate a tax- before she could turn around there Superintendent Public Intruction, of, :: .i.
Sugar Corporation, their familiesand free pump it wouldn't be long be- at the front door with
was a man Hendry County, Florida. A I IX TWO PRICE CLASSES :::
additional hundreds of friends fore some enterprisin' city official some strawberries and right behind April 7, 14, 21, 28.
joined together to celebrate the conceived the idea of issuin' "cour- him a Fuller Brush man. Before |; 25c and 50c |:

closing of another successful harvest tesy cards", especially around elec- of him neighbor
she got rid a came :: :i:
season. tion! time. And it might be hard to in to gossip. That's the way it NOTICE .{. PEIl DOZEN :

Beginning ''with baseball gameson prove that a guy who was drivin'a went all morning. I fled to the Notice Is hereby given .2.' ---- :::
Sunday the festivities continued city car around seekin' votes for. office because the jnterruptionsthere Board of Public Instruction of Hend-the :X: Will also take orders for .i...

with field events in the Eastern the mayor, wasn't really work in' didn't make me nearly so jittery ry day County of Florida, will, on the 2d I Y: wreathes, sprays and corsages AX }
May, 1939 until twelve
and Western divisions and barbe- for the city. as the ones she, had. receive sealed bids for the construction noon-, : Xy

cues in each of the plantation, vil- :But it seems to me the whole Just such an unpredictable seriesof Clewiston of a, certain Florida. school A certified building check at :* Pape's Rose Garden 4*:

lages on Monday and Tuesday. thing would be a lot simpler for interruptions gets in the way or bid bond in the amount of $500.00 :X: Y
Time was taken out on Wednesdayfor I everybody if the boys would amend of making a law. A bill is prepared. must accompany each bid for it to A Moore Haven, Florida X
pay-day and on Thursday the the bills to remove the gas-tax en- Weeks of thought and work went be tions considered.be Plans and specifica- : "
closed with may obtained from I T' Phil .:N:N:N.N:N:N:N:N.N:N:N:N:N.N:N:N:N:M:M:N.::.N:N:N.N.1'
season was officially tirely since that seems to be the into it and, the author thinks it is

the barbecue at the sugar house purpose of' the legislation. Of I perfect. But the first man who

and the dance last night. Several course it 'wou dn't reduce the cost looks it over asks where is the .:..:..:..:..:..:.,:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.
thousand people were present to much to' the consumer for the oil 'provision for an appropriation to y

partake of the splendid meal which I I companies would see to it that carry out the intent. That's fixed. .Y_. Y ,

had been prepared, and additional the shock of a reduced price would Then somebody finds it conflicts

thousands, danced through the not be- great enough to effect your with a law passed back in 1896. Seven Lots Sold 4!:

night to the music of Roy Fisher's heart, even if they were obliged to Finally it gets into committee and Y

Serenaders on the spacious ground take a little more revenue them- after several changes' goes on the
floor of the sugar house. Favors selves.If floor. There it is the target for I !

were distributed and, it was a merry we could relieve the state of amendments until it ,has to go :! Past Two Weeks )I1;

crowd that danced the corporation's its present gas-tax revenue then back to committee and when it
most successful harvest season it bears .i. /
finally comes out only
we'd sure enough be in line for a Y ,
to a close. SALES TAX, and even Governor slight resemblance to what the author Y

And as the season comes to an Fred wouldn't have a leg to stand intended. Finally it passes :: These Investors Believe In ::
end and preparations" are made fora on and have to admit that we'd the house and goes to the otherto

program of expansion throu'ghthe not only NEED, but just plain haveto be manhandled in the same man- y Y

summer months, the thought have PLENTY of new taxes. ner. By the, time, maybe, the ses- Clewiston's Future
comes that governmental restric- sion is over, even if they do set t ::

tions may curtail sugar productionnext the clock back a few hours.I Y Y:
season and that thousands of know this is tedious readingbut

familiar faces who saw this seasonto it is a tedious process and you i ? !
a joyful close may' be missing at ought to get a true picture of the A 0

the end of the next harvest season. Legislature. Those men are not up + t
here playboy vacation. You
( New Service) on a X

.=":..;..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..c..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..;..:. hear tall tales of their 'nights of s
Well, folks, we're kind o' clearing frivolity but those nights average .

up the situation and maybe we about one out of every three or

the major problems in ,another weekor that is too often for'a fling on A ...
the part of one of your six-dollar- ?
The cow problem is out of the a-day employees, quit having Thurs- .*. Real 'Estate Hopkins Bldg. *. i,
Fuller (Bull) Warren pawed day h holidays nearly half the ":
.* *.* *.* way. .
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and bellowed for an hour or more year. :;.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.=::
From all reports, the present leg- but it was all racket. The com-

islative session is the quietest and mittee (live stock) said as how .: :..:..:..:..*..:..:..*..*..:**:.*..:.(N .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...............I
best behaved in years. From the the bulls and cows and their non- .IN....N:N N N:N:N N:N.:*:N:":M:*:N:N:N:N:M:":N:N:N:N:N:N:N:..:N:N-N:N:..:M:N:N:N:N:N:N:H M:N N:N:N:N N N N:N M:N:N:N N N N:H H:N:1:N N.:M:N.N.N.....*wvvv. .:!*.:>*:>.>
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very; beginning legislators have descript children could bed downon .:.... .:'

shown an inclination 'to really workto the highways for another; two +..:. v.:!

the point that, compared with years or so. Motorists could just f
previous sessions, they are getting keep on bewaring. :ti::: l:;tt:::
terribly behind with their jookin'and :_: :
Some of the citrus folks are mo- ENJOY AN
.;. .
fish .i.
frys.Ordinarily "
mentarily satisfied. What they ask- yy i
the lobbyists over-run ed for was so easy to get they : >.' ::
; :;:
:;::;: : ,
the capital like roaches do a boarding were "discouraged. The whole leg- : a
.:..:. f ALL ELECTRIC / ; t tI
house kitchen, but this session islature was keyed up to giving ,

they are conspicuous by their ab- them everything they wanted andit : ,1 : ,

sence.. Where two or three dozen was so surprising they didn't: I! !! : : ::"; : ; 1! !
high-power boys used to gatherin even have time to work up a disagreement ;, .: ., "
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the name of this that interest themselves. Having '
swarm all over the lobby, pitch got what among they asked for, they :::: )'. ',' .' __-;, :_,.:: ,I- i :" .'.\ .' ., "; : :;:::

wild parties and exert their so- will discover it wasn't what they :!::;: ," ': AIV :::1:1Electricity :*

called INFLUENCE generally, this ,,wanted, but they got ,it and if they -

session we find' one' or two moreor think of anything else they want .t..+. .:..x:.
: :
less | meek observers." they can come up and it will be :::::: is the modern servant; a servant that :i:+

Just why the lobbyists are layin'off made a special order of business. :::: takes care of both the work and the pleasures of the :;:::
no one seems to know, unless (This may get me hung when I

in sizing up the calibre of the. get back home in the citrus belt.) ;:;:;;:;:: home and one that will do everything quickly, efficiently :::i:

legislators this time they figuredit Union labor lobbyists are faring .t. : : ...

would be a waste of time and pretty well, thank you! Every bill :&;::;: and economically. :::::

money. they offered was in the nature of AA X

Those who contended that Gov- "shooting the moon" and that's a J..:. 0 One will 26 slices of ..'
; penny toast crunchy toast, or :::!:
ernor Fred was all washed up and splendid idea. Even now they'vegot ::::

would be, out of the picture this more than they had any rightto :;::2: give your eyes two hours of safe reading light or operate :;::!:

session, now realize how badly they expect and they got it by put- ::
were mistaken. Fred's influence is ting forth demands that in some :_::: your radio for most of a day-and-ELECTRICITY '

being felt and his "We don't needno instances approached the ridicul- :;::i: one thing that gets cheaper 'the more of it that you use. :i:::

more taxes" which rang out at ous.Oh ++ .t:::i:
the beginnin' of the party, met a yes! Almost forgot the chain ..1. :..:.
responsive chord from Pensacolato stores. Maybe what we did up :::::_:: That,is why it is so easy to have and enjoy a h.:i:+ !

Key West, and most' legislators. here wasn't quite right by any- :::4:: that is all electric and modern. :::::;::
appreciate this fact. body's standards and demands, but .i" .t.:::

Bills recently introduced would everything Is a compromise and :::".!i .XY.......
relieve cities, towns and villagesof that's the best we had in the shopat .:. .-- +
x +
the state from the payment of the moment. The prize for the ..1 : ( .:..:.

gas tax; another bill would remove best parade goes, to Cotton Mather, :: ::
the tax from gas used in even if he didn't have a sound :: c 1!

farm tractors, airplanes and boats. wagon. +:t: \ .
It is big hearted .t'';' ,
I gesture and Talk about perfecting your tech YYXX
i sounds swell on'its face, but if nique! Man alive, this "small coun- :::;: IT EXTRAVAGANTLY :

i I such legislation were passed it ty; bloc" approaches perfection. The. +::: -' :::i: .
.. ,
i would reduce the state's revenue famous "Lafollette filibuster" in : .i. AXI
from the gas-tax about 25 percent. the United States Congress wasn'ta XV A
i Of course officials of political Subdivisions patching on this operation. If :;::: :!::!:
as well as farmers, boat this "bloc" ever wakes up to its '. .:..:.
! owners and aviators, HONEST .;..:. 44TV J ,' .:...
are possibilities and :
puts ,over a coun- ...:. .. ......
i and in securing tax-free gas for ty unit voting law for 'Florida: the ::.::- ) +.:.
:, their tractors, police cars, garbage Senator from Dade will be usingno : I '

trucks, planes or boats, would not mere, figure of speech when he I '

think of using a drop of it in the orates about his county getting a il Gades! Power and light Co. !!i!

t family automobile! or allowin' Cousin "kick in the pants". .1 I
I I John tp "fill his tank" so he Looks like we're going to have \ ':.
r wouldn't run out--or somethin'! some kind of a drivers' license, I?

However-. such legislation should but whether you'll bo: examined b> : ::::::
tend to stimulate the sale of farm I the policeman on the 'corner or b} :::+ "' XXCM

land..and. ,tractors. :: r': kIi.ow. where? a 'firth cousin of the sheriff hasn't .:.::: ,;- : ++
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I 1 Mr. and Mrs Van Cothern and., Attending were Mrs. H. J. Ogles- 1CATTLE FOIL SALE:-Bargain-Tractor-

I I little% son moved last week-end intc I by, :Mrs. G. A. You, Mrs H. T. .. -.. 'I
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; new demonstrator.-Clectrac Mo-
the home recently vacated by Mr..1 Vaughn, Mrs. J. F. Tippey, Mrs.

H : I., [ Personals j jI I and Mrs. Paul Bussey on Ventura'I Zerney Meredith, Mrs. Henry An- Eleven 1 del 20C-Crawler type-Special

\ Street which they have purchased thony, Mrs. Fred Curry, Miss El- 18 1-2" grousers with removable
from the Clewiston Realty and De. eanor Flynn, Mrs. B. A. Bourne in the ;
I velopment Corporation. l and Miss: Mae: Whitterf. along cleats, Diesel, fuel burner attach-

I, -I I Sandwiches and punch were and ment. Original price $1650.: 0.
h Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Bigg spent I rifle.'I
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur McFarlandof served at the refreshment hour. Is being
h the week-end In West Palm Beach. Special Pripe 99000. Terms' if
a Washington, D. C., were visitors leading
--!- I desired.
here Thursday and last night. Mr. BAPTISTS ATTEND MEETING Hon ,of < Llewellyn Machinery
i'S.. 'A. Graves, of LaBelle, was a I
1 McFarland is from the office of pect is Corp., 1030 N. Miami Ave., Mi-

j business visitor here Wednesday. the Chief of U. S. Engineers in I Local members of the Baptist I I DeLan'ey ami, Fla. itc

Washington and is in charge of all Womans Missionary Union attend any

i .Mr. and Mrs. Keathley Bowden I floating plant. Hjs visit here was I led a. meeting of the Palm LakeAssociation I All of

I and sons visited relatives in Okec- a routine inspection of plant used of the W M. U., which with a J. M. COUSECounselor

I chobee Sunday. I in the Caloos hatcheeOkeechobeeproject. I was held at Northwood Baptist -
I Church in West Palm Beach Friday
I I and Attorney. at Law
;4 Mr. and Mrs. Henry C. Kolstad I I afternoon. The local group of '
Clyde DeShields of Fort Lauderdale eighteen members was the larg- Hopkins Building
? and son, Kim, were visitors Sunday
I Ii I R. J. Moore of Fort Pierce, est attending the meeting. ; ;::7.
Wednesdays and Saturdays
, inVest Palm Beach.. I H. D. Lutz, Paul W. Meyers and I Those making the trip over were
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i 'I Joe Scott, Jr.,, of Jacksonville, C. Mrs. R. C. Nowling, Mrs. E. E. i 9:30 to 4:00
II ii!: J. Irvin Davis of Albany, Ga., j'I B. Witchard and G. B. Clinch of I Kelly, Mrs. M. C. Vowell, Mrs. C.

II I was a business visitor here this I Tampa attended the Harvest Day: W. Simmons, Rev. M. E. Mines,

''I Ii j week. Festival here Thursday night. These Mrs. A. H. King, Mrs. Fred Top-

: men are officials of the Gulf and : per, Mrs. Leslie Miller, Mrs. C. i

,.II'h Miss Marcia Avant and Wilbur Standard Oil Corporations I Nelson, Mrs. E. M. Cornette, Mrs ., ,

, :!; Goff were visitors Sunday in West I I. R. 'Holland, Mrs. E. L. Hayes, illlll I IR

j J' I,I Palm Beach. Mr. and Mrs".- Walter Kemp of Mrs. Arch Hodges, Mrs.G.. E.

Central Armlta, Oriente province,I Wenzloff, Mrs. Clarence Kruger, iR I
:I 'I i. Mr. and Mrs. Eltan,, L. Towle of Cuba, and Mrs. Kemp's aunt, Mrs. Mrs. H. L. Davis, Mrs. Robinsonand o 0I11IIP

,i !I Patterson, New Jersey;, were recent/ Herman Steffen, ,of Oak Park, 111., Mrs. W. R. Broaderick.
''I i\1 guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. D.I visited a few days with Mr. and ':

,I!.I:; Scharnberg. Mrs. H. J., B. Scharnberg. :Mr. and "'EDXESDAY'DRI GB CLUB

-. I Mrs. Kemp left Wednesday for \
f l 4 Mrs. L. R. Oliphant of Marietta, Cuba and Mrs< Steffen remainedfor I

I Ga., arrived Sunday for a week's I II a few days longer before going Mrs. T. B. Shelley and Mrs. J. I

I visit with her daughter, Mrs. R. on to her home in Illinois. W. Ezelle tied for high score at II
i, C. Wilson and Mr. Wilson. ,
the Wednesday afternoon bridge
I I -----' Among the .Clewiston residents club, which was held with Mrs. H.

:' :: Miss Cynthia Mae Mabbette of attending the field barbecue at R. Hall as hostess this 'week. The Pa4oeo Into oblivion
,: Fort Myers, state board of health Azucar Tuesday were Mrs. F. Deane
i I prize, a lovely hostess tray, was
I ,1! nurse for this district, was a business Duff, Mrs. F.1.. Wright, Mrs. W. awarded by drawing to Mrs. Ezelle.

I I' I 1 II' visitor here Wednesday. J F. Simpson, Mrs. Olin Carleton, Mrs. G. B. Thomas won the cut With Our Direct-Reduction Home

I f lj ljI i :Mrs.V.. C. Owen, Mr. and Mrs., M. prize, a linen guest towel. 1 Loan Plan each monthly
: I i Mrs. M. Kettl has returned to I i W. Bigg, Mr. and Mrs. R. Y. Patterson E"ESt payment

I I, : :: her home in Cleveland, Ohio, after I I ,' Mrs. O. F. Schiffli, GeorgeSparks Salad, iced tea and cookies were r o :AritqN: cancels a portion of the.loan. That:
: the winter here with 1\11'.1 I and served by Mrs. Hall to Mrs. Dave
spending Sidney Crochet, Mr.
iI i ij Alston, Mrs. Leslie Miller, Mrs. :4o. part is ,, no interest
: :/ and Mrs. G. A. Yon. iI I Mrs. Otto Larsen, Mrs. J. D. Bruce ,A :; gone you pay
I Ezelle, Mrs. Shelley, Mrs. Keathley MOtitHtYoiRtic
-- ,I and Mrs. H. A. Bestor. on itand you are that much near-
Mrs. J. W. Francis spent Bowden, Mrs. Thomas Mrs. W. H.
i Mr. and II
j Lanier. aEpuc1iON er debt-free home ownership. Ask
a. few days over the week-end in 'II MRS. SIMPSON ELECTED
i k! Canal Point visiting Mr. and Mrs.(PRESIDENT GARDEN CLUB Nm I'0'a land you shall receive further good
I J. W. Francis, Jr. i i iI -
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news about our home loan plan.
Mrs. W. F. Simpson was elected FOR SEASON-END FESTIVAL
I! Mrs. Henry' L. Chandler of Okee-! president and Mrs. J. W. Ezelle
chobee is spending some time in was elected secretary-treasurer of Clarence R. Bitting, president of

I Clewiston visiting her daughter, the Clewiston Garden Club, which the United States Sugar corpora-

Mrs. Van E. Cothern, and family. held its April meeting Wednesday tion, spent several days in Clewis- Clewiston Federal Savingsand
ji II I I afternoon at the home of Mrs. ton this week attending the festi-
i I. M. Pafford drove to Fort My; Simpson. vities in connection :with the clos-:
II ers Wednesday: for Mrs. Pafford,('I Other business included reports ing of the sugar season. :Mr. Bit- Loan Association :

who returned after spending several of committee chairmen and of officers ting was accompanied by his wife. ,

r days in the Lee Memorial lJosi i of the year's work and tentative Mr. and Mrs. Bitting, who spent

pital. I I plans for the May meeting, the winter in Palm Beach, had returned -

.i i I which will be the last of the : to their home in Wlatch Hill,

;rt Thomas B. Shelley spent a few I I son. ea-I 1I Rhode, Island,. and. came, to Florida: ; > .- -- --
days this week transacting business 1 the harvest festi- J ... I '
again to attend ,
\ Attending the meeting Wednesday We db'", ), .''11 ,
He" made the trip. over I I "' 4' -
in Nassau. '' '
I val here. 11'. 'l.4.. .
I by Pan-American plane from 1\1i-1 I were Mrs. F. M.' Rodriguez, f: but how can we getit ::;-.:>:;::::::.:::.<,<< : ;>: :: ::;:; ;::
; Mrs. J. H. Pressley, Mrs. B. E. I I
l ami. without i
Herring, :Mrs. F. Deane Duff, Mrs.F. .
Mr.: and Mrs.: -J. W. Francis left M.%' Wright, Mrs. G. B. Rack- GIVEN MRS. E. E. KELLY L the t fZaye r ? {<< zr: n :

Thursday for their home in St. straw, Mrs. W. W. Perry, Mrs.W. .
the C. Owen, Mrs. F. C.. Taylor, Mrs. E. E. Kelly was the recipi-
Paul, Minn., after spending The is
: answer .
Carleton and Mrs. Simpson. ent of a lovely miscellaneous shower -
Mrs. Olin -
I winter here with their daughter given Thursday afternoon by : +<>:::-:;.:"...::.:::.,((..'-.' ......J .;:::.::.. .:::>:: LIMEROCKLime I I '':i
i Mrs. H.: A. Bestor and family. :: r-tvt/. :: '.\ '" .,(:.::.::..' .::.i/H.: ./
the af- : :>> ; rock-base roads
Mrs. T. B. Shelley. During :: Y:." :0:>:': >' <: : > : >:- costless

Dr. W. D. -Horn the, who research has been de- MRS.BRIDGE SCHARNBERG FOR VISITORSMrs. GIVES ternoon the'guests tea towels and were presented hemmedby by rlt\{t f.j WY!;; 1 4:{jtr!. .::r...::: ;;;i f. to build i' I less .1

connected with t'i': : :- ..: to modernize I than ,
the honoree. ;: .:..:::. :::>);:.:::; :.:
I partment of the United States Sugar Mrs. Shelley to ," : ; other '
Corporation during the past sea- Walter Kemp of Central The shower gifts were arrangedon '- A f I \tt; any permanent- J<
i em//c2
left this week for his home in Armita, Cuba and Mrs. Herman -a, table in the dining room onwhich \ type road. Build .-\.
; son z
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l Beech Creek, Pa. I Steffen, of Oak Park, Ill, were was placed a colorful umbrella \ \, I i/i/ with l.Imaroc k 4it;

1 honor guests at a bridge and Michigan -I with cellophane straws simulating J and save present '' -:;. Jw

j I II I I Mr". and Mrs. M. G. Langford and I party :given Saturday afternoon rain dripping from it., After I I:\\ nd future i 'i'\ = .Nt

V children, of Lake Butler, visited by: Mrs. Herman Scharndberg. Eachof the bride opened her gifts the group / taxes I '"l I iJ ..../ill;...';
::>':" ':
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Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Lawrence and the honorees were given attractive crossed the street for a glimpse I '...,d.... ......... .. ..r. .:"htP <.i
j other friends in Clewiston Sunday.Mr. guest prizes.At i of her new home, and returned to \. (A ,..:.::.,:;\:.:? '.::;::j: :::,.: :::",.";:'<":-:'::'-'W'-'':' >:X''':>': H 0''

Langford is a former principalof the bridge tables, Mrs. W. P.i Mrs. Shelley's for refreshments.Ice ii! :i i1'tMt W #
..... .... ..... ....
$ .::j.
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school. Sr. two pretty em- :
the local Vaughn, won frozen in the ofa .
:. cream shape ............: Mtfh. :WV' }
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broidered scarfs as first prize and slipper was served with cup cakes ..;;:.",""" '", 'i"J

Dave Alston, chairman of the Mrs. W. C. Owen a blue bath matas decorated with the letter "K". r-J yp J

board of' county commissioners, second prize. Mrs. O. F. Schiffli The guest 'list included Mrs. J. 'I I

made a business trip to Tallahasseethis who won low, received a bridgeset W. Ezelle, Mrs. D. G. Alston, Mrs.C. /

week. He was accompanied by Mrs. C. A. Martinez, who 'won E. Nail, Mrs. A. W. Sias, Mrs.

W. T. Hull, of LaBelle, clerk of high at the Michigan table won a Sidney Crochet, Mrs. R. C. Wilson, II Clear Call for

the board. lovely set of bath ,towel and cloth Mrs. R. C. Nowling, Mrs. Jones

and Mrs. Lawrence Rodriguez won Bryan, Mrs. Leslie Miller, Mrs. H.

Mrs. C. R. Byrd spent a coupleof handkerchiefs as low prize. Mrs. H. Turner? Mrs. K. Bowden, Mrs.B. ///C fliJ@ @ rt

days the latter part of the week W. C. Prewitt received a pair of J. Schroeder, Mrs. H. R.. Hall, '
with her father, Foster Meredith.Her guest towels as cut prize.
Mrs. M. W. Bigg, Mrs. F. D. Duff, ,
sister, Miss Eunice Meredith, Sandwiches, ice' cream, ribbon Miss Mae Palmer, Miss Marcia Limerock bridges the gap superior. Their traction-tex

l- returned to Jacksonville with her cake and coffee were served. Avant, Mrs. C. L. Downs, Mrs.: M. between'Florida's urgent tured surface treatment

11 to make her home. The guest list included Mrs. E. VonMach, Mrs. G. H. Small, need for a bcttcrroad system gives the highest known degree -

-- Kemp, Mrs. Steffen, Mrs. Schiffli, Mrs. A. P. Beery, Mrs. A.V.. and the taxpayer's insistent of non-skid safety. '
I .. Mrs. V. E. Cothern, Mrs. L. M. ''w.C. demand for thoughtful They require only low cost
Mrs. W. P. Vaughn, sr.,. Mrs. Lawrence and ,Mrs. Lila. Meyers.
and'11rs.. H. L. Chandler economy in spending tax- maintenance necessary for
Durrence Prewitt, Mrs. Martinez,
I dollars. any type of pavement yet
I attended the funeral of little Ruth Lawrence Rodriguez, Mrs. Owen, ME-
BAPTIST W. M. S. Limerock provides the way no properly constructed
i 1 Cothern, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. F. Deane Duff, Mrs. R. Y. TUESDAY AT CHURCH t to have new roads and to Limerock-base highway has

: Frank Cothern, which was held in Patterson, Mrs. H. A.. Bestor, Mrs.J. modernize old roads .yet ever failed in service.
afternoon. I to enjoy the double thrift of Insist that all new roads
Fort Myers D. Bruce, Mrs. ''M. M. Prewitt, The Baptist Woman's Missionary
I an immediate saving in con- built in this section of
Mrs. H; T. Vaughn, Mrs. B. P. Society' met at the Mr. and .Mrs. M. H. Scotti are Luce, Mrs. U. Ullendorf, Mrs. E. C.
afternoon for the program mooting future saving in the cost Limerock base. Get the'
moving from their Clewiston Inn Mills, Mrs. M. E. VonMach, Mrs.C. of the month and, heard an' interesting of modernizing.It double economy of Lime-'
apartment this week. They will W. Fuller, Mrs. F. M. Rodriguez, program on "The One Wayof takes fewer tax-dollars rock. Make your taxdollarswork

i l. spend the summer season in Palm Mrs. Bessie Elliott, Mrs. F. M. Salvation," which was preparedand to build a Limerock-base forever.
I Beach and return to Clewiston this : ''M. )1 road than it does to con-
Wright, Mrs. E. T. Hurst, Mrs. presented by Mrs. E. L. Hayes, struct any other so-called
i fall. W. Bigg, and Mrs. D. E. Royer. chairman of the program committee. permanent-type highway.:

i And because Limerock is e ?Q'7i
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred S. Scharn- MISS LIVONIA CONGDON GIVEN everlasting; because it ay
berg of New York City have returned MISCELLANEOUS SHOWERA Assisting 'on the program were simply does not wear out, FF for
Mrs. G. Wenzloff, Mrs. Jimmy'!
to their home in the north after break up or deteriorate with AB .
and making a trip Wilson, Mrs. I. It. Holland Mis. age, Limerock roads cost less mdaki f.SkFURMATfVF,1
visiting here pretty miscellaneous shower l
I G. E., E'ho1--- widen and modernize: .
Clarence Kruger, :Mrs. to : !I ErRrKrNGCr
is brother
to Cuba. Mr. Scharnberg: a honoring Miss Livonia Congdon,
i ton, Mrs. L. C. Miller, Mrs.' A. R. For riding comfort Lime-
of H. J. B. Scharnberg.; bride-elect, was given at the homeof rock-base highways have no j
I Broadfoot and Mrs. C.Y.. Simmons. f< Mrs. W. D. King Wednesday
Nelson and Others attending were' Mrs.; E. ri
Mrs. C. Mrs. A. R. wfcfvotunt
afternoon with the Altar Society of
M. Cornette, Mrs. B. E. Herring.
Broadfoot made a, trip to Fort St. Margaret's hostess. ct
I Airs. E. E. Kelly, Mrs. C. Nelson I/OfliJ@ @
Pierce and Paholee: Wednesday. The living room of the King
L. A.
Mrs M. C.' Vowell, Mrs.(
They visited Mr. Broadfoot, who home was decorated'.with bowls of >
: Wells, Mrs. Saw Young, Mrs. A.
':: is, recuperating in .the Everglades I roses, gerbera, carnatons( and ba Walker-.Mrs. OCALAof
Memorial Hospital in Pahokee,, by's breath. The honoree received1n'any D. Dixou, Mrs. H. E. ; :, HondaInc; '
.. .. J. H. Simeons, Mrs. Arch .,H clsc, ; ,, FLORIDAI' .
from .an lllpehij ctdmyI gifts! '
"i levels' .
_ \ i '.. ,' .J :1.4.. :...., x lrs.; W. W. Perry' and Mrs. .CfeVsk.. .
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I By ELINOR MAXWELL : +, ;. ,, Th bit t we absurd should be 5Q


the cars Lr
SYNOPSISMary last her fingers fell upon the keys, snowdrift. I doubt if Balianci has the time to read it over. She could '\.VcNN!

t and sharply tapped out a sentencea the price of a taxi!I" look at it from a fresh viewpoint,

Loring and her father, Jim an ineffectual sentence that did not please her 'Balianci had the price of a taxi, or and, no doubt, discern in 'its struc- 00

attorney, meet a train unmarried which Llnnie brings in the least, but which would simply else had decided to'spread himselffor ture glaring flaws which she had t

Cotswell his wealthy and sister-in-law her friend. Lelia Ormsby, dl- have to do for the time being. She the evening, for, upon descend been too weary to notice the day be- _:O

vorcee for a Christmas visit. Waiting at would have to get on. She couldn'tsit ing to the street, he. ordered the, WNU Service.

younger home for sister.them Ellen are: Mary's her father's mother nagging, her there all day, waiting to begin. doorman to whistle for a cab. ccCorliani's fore.A second later, she settled herself -

maiden sister. Aunt Mamie and Peter the Paragraph after paragraph slowly ," he told the driver, "in the in an armchair before the liv-

baby of the family. At the depot with Dr. but surely stretched themselvesover Village." ing room window and began to read
Christopher Cragg helps guests
A startled look into Lin-
their luggage. Mary Is secretly in love with the pages, but the story un- sprang "Their Son. It really went rather
Doctor Cragg. In leaving,.her Aunt Llnnie rolled with painful effort.- "I've nie's eyes, but was quickly, diplomatically -' smoothly; she told herself. The AROUNDTHE
urges Mary to visit her in New York, but succeeded by a smile.ccCorliani's .
Mary refuses. Mary works In a rental library waited too long since the last one. phraseology was perfect; her choiceof
where she spends her spare time My thoughts simply can't get downto Balianci? she inquired" words, beyond criticism."I WI HOUSE
writing short stories. Mary's father Is let brightly. "Is that a new place?
out as railroad attorney, the fees of which business. Too many things have Balianci plumped himself down on shan't do another thing to it,"
were almost the sole support of his family.To happened to me since I wrote CAtS she decided "It's as good as it'll
of the small side seats and
writ- one ,
to '
Ing earn In earnest.money she Mary decides feels begin sure that .' If only I'd begun another story lighted a cigarette. "It is a placeI ever be, and it may be far better Reviving: Serge. Blue serge

her newest story, "At Sea" would please the very day after I finished that! have but recently discovered Miss than I think. I'm going to submit suits can be revived by sponging
the editors of National Weekly. After fin I mind's just like it to Mr. with vinegar and water before
suppose your > any Buchanan today and it's
ishing It she calls Doctor Cragg, who comesto Cotswell, and the food is most excel ,
the book store for a current novel. Falling other kind of machinery.: You've lent-cooked as only the chefs of got to sink or swim.". With eager they are pressed.

from a ladder while getting his book, got to keep it working all the time, country can cook. I thought per- fingers, she slipped it into a large, eImportant'
ahe regains consciousness to find his arms my :
around her. He tells her he loves her and or the wheels get rusty, and are haps Miss Loring would like a bit manila envelope, and, securing Aunt Trifle.-A pinch of
then tells her he Is to be married the com hard to start up again." of atmosphere-something different Linnie's fountain pen from the trayof salt added to hot starch will givea
ing month to a girl be has known all his Mary worked on "Their Son" again odds and ends 'the desk wrote high glow.
life. Despondent Mary decides to accept from what she has been accustomed en *
her Aunt Llnnle's Invitation. In New York the next morning, rewriting whole to seeing and doing since she across its front in large letters,
her aunt laughs at ber for her plans to de- Thinning Lacquer.-When using
sentences, transcribing phrases, has been in New York." "Mr. Phillip Buchanan, The National -
she meet as many
write, and Insists that
leting words that appeared unneces- Weekly." lacquer, never thin it with turpentine -
The new week
eligible possible.
men as Corliani's was crowded, garish, I
brings two letters. One, from the National sary, but the conformation remainedthe "I'll take it to him myself," she benzine'or linseed oil. Evena
and the bare wooden
Weekly with a $100 check for her' story and she could and shabby, small trace of any of these liquids -
same, see nowayin "and if
makes her deliriously happy. The other tables were set so closely togetherthat thought; he's not there, just
from her sister tells her that financial conditions which to improve it. She was it, almost impossible to leave it with his secretary. I wishit will ruin it. Use a commercial -
at home are getting worse.. The not'satisfied with what she had done. were later.' I,don't these lacquer thinner instead.
next day. at a party given by her aunt wedge a way through them. Sput suppose *
Mary meets. distinguished Jerome Taylor, The story lacked something. At one tering candles, set in wine bottles, editors ever think of rolling into
wealthy middle aged man-about-town. o'clock, she put it aside,.telling her- furnished the illumination and their offices until at least ten. Well, A Treat for Plants.-A little ammonia
and effusive Count Umberto Baliancl. The self grimly "I'm so' saturated with only in the water once a week
I'll have take bath
just to
her. a long ,
count's oily manner the air was heavy with the stale,
the thing that I no longer look when giving the plants their drink
can eat a long breakfast, and spend an 'I
accumulated smell of garlic and cigarette
at it from an unbiased standpoint.I'll smoke. hour getting dressed. Maybe tha't'llconsume I, will keep the soil sweet and the

CHAPTER V-Continued go out for a walk.. Maybe the the time between now- leaves glossy.
Mary wondered, during the long, S *
fresh air will drive the cobwebs out and then!"
workon spasmodic serving of the meal, if To Clean Aluminum.-To clean
The Mulatto woman consulted the of my brain, and I can get to
names on the envelopes with .maddening it again tonight with a fresh they were going some place ,lateron CHAPTER VI aluminum 'kettles which have be-
but her speculations as to that come discolored, rub them with a
precision, finally extendinga outlook. Then, she suddenly remembered
towards "Just that Aunt Linnie had were soon brought to an end byBalianci's I cloth dipped in lemon juice, then
letter Mary. one, It was half, past ten, and Marysat
tentative tone I Iin'
honey. Looks like a man's writing, made engagement for the eve- with flushed face and icy handsin rinse in warm water.
his "The weather it is
voice, ex : *
too." ning with Umberto Balianci; and, the reception room of The National -
Mary caught the letter from the with a sigh, she resigned herself to ecrable. Should we not be happierto Weekly. She had arrived exactly The Study Room.-Shiny sur-
remain here for the evening?
,long, olive-tinted hand. "I hope it's I at, the stroke of ten, and, aft- I faces, such as a highly polished
Miss Cotswell, who had scarcely
she said almost' her to the efficient : study table or desk, satin stripes
from my-Jather, er giving name .
touched her food, replied that per- in and
'wallpaper, 'glossy paint for
as if to herself. Dad had not writ- receptionist, had been told that Mr.
haps they would, lit a cigarette, and woodwork hard the
are on
ten to her since her arrival in New Buchanan was in, that he was occu- eyes
; sat back resignedly in her chair.
and should be avoided.
York, and she was hungry to hear, "I,' After. which, Balianci divided his pied at the moment, and to sit down, *
in his own words, how he was get- Ill please.
attention and his eyes equally be- that
Crystallized Honey Honey
ting on. I' Two other persons had now en-
tween the tawdry floor, show and has be
crystallized brought
It from her father tered the I
was -just one reception room; a
Mary. Once, during the evening, back the form
liquid by warm-
of his small hand- with intenseair
page scholarly looking young man an
he put his hand over Mary's as it ing the, container moderately
writing-neat, modest, suppressed, ; a swarthy girl of twenty-five or I
the table to his
lay caught it
on hot water. The temperature of the L
like the man himself. She read, so. "But I'll be next, Mary told
l hlI lips and murmured, "A. hand so water should not rise above 140
with affectionate eagerness, what he } herself excitedly, her hands like
beautiful, it needs no jewels. degrees, or the honey will change
had to say. blocks of ice beneath their tan suede
] 'Mary hastily withdrew her hand, color and it will lose some of its
My own little girl: and the corners 'of her mouth gloves. flavor.
Your money-order for eighty-five dol. The other callers had disappear
tars came today, and it is with Inexpressible twitched with amusement as she doors and Miss
through mysterious
embarrassment, and deep gratitude thought, "Just as well-since Ihaven't
that 1 am 'accepting this loan VC Hickenlooper, the secretary, was "St Joseph" is accurate
from you. There Is no use trying to anyl""You now speaking through one of the tel- Aaurate in strength, quality,
conceal from you that 1 am terribly are so right, beautiful la- purity-guaranteed to
hard-pressed and that your generous ephones in response to a buzz that ASPIRIN
dy, Balianci ,continued, his voice containaccuratedasage.
offering has arrived as something of a had resounded throughout the reception -
12 tablets for
reminding Mary of the purr of a only lOco
god-send, but Mary I shall pay you "All right Miss Lor-
room. ,
back. lam doing everything I can to large,Maltese cat. "The lily should "
make a contact, and hope for something never be gilded." ing, she said. "Your turn now.

good Don't.to break I beg this of you week., ever mention to Miss Cotswell caught Balianci'seye Mary jumped to her feet,' drop GENUINE PURE ASPIRINStumbling

your aunt the straitened circumstancesin at this moment, and neatly conveyed ping her purse as she did so. Miss
which I-through my Inadequacy- Hickenlooper raised a supercilious i
him her that
to by expression
have thrown my family. I could not
bear the chagrin of having your dear his remarks were not altogether to eyebrow. '"Your purse, Miss Lor Twice'To
mother's sister know the true state of her liking. ing," she said coldly. "And you'd stumble twice against the
our financial affairs let alone suffer the "
embarrassment of an otter of help from Eventually, at eleven o'clock, she better take your coat with you. same stone is a proverbial dis-

herTry rose. "We'must be getting home," "Hateful woman!" Mary thought, grace.-Cicero.
not to worry about us, d ar. Havea '
good time while you may. Something. she said tersely. her face suffusing' with a deep red.
I am sure, will work out for me soon. Balianci managed to squeeze into "She probably knows I'm excited."

Mary placed her unfinished pieceof the same seat with the women on "To the right, please," Miss Hick- NERVOUS ?

toast on the blue Spode butter the homeward trip in the taxi, and enlooper was saying. "Office at the

dish. She could not eat any more.. She settled herself in an armchair to take advantage of the closenessof end of the corridor." Do you feel so nervous you want to scream?

Her ravenous young appetite had and began to read. the quarters by pressing his "Thank you," Mary said coldly those Arc you dearest cross to and you irritable? ? Do you scold

deserted her. Poor Dad, trying to shoulder rather too tenderly against and, elevating her chin ever So If your nerves are on edge and you feel

"make a contact" at his age! Hop- waiting until the following morningto Mary's. "He can't be doing it on slightly, stepped through the dour you Lydia need E. Pinkham's a good general Vegetable system Compound tonic, try,

ing for "something good to break work on the script again. purpose," Mary told herself. "It's 'that led into the working quartersof made especially for women.
Balianci called for them at National For over 60 years one woman has told an- s
seven, The Weekly.
this week! Begging her never to simply that this seat is so narrow. other how to go"smiliDg thru"with reliable
divulge to Aunt Linnie, who couldso just shortly after Lelia had en- Miss Cotswell turned abruptly, Offices opened off to the right and Pinkham's Compound.It helps nature build

very easily spare a thousand or sconced herself comfortably in bed just as they reached the elevatorin left of the long narrow hall but, calm up more quivering physical nerves resistance and lessen and discomforts thus helps

two thousand dollars to relieve, at with Somerset Maugham's new bookat her apartment house, and extended with eyes straight ahead, she made from annoying symptoms which often accompany -

least temporarily, the d"vastating her side, and a tray of delectablefood her hand to Balianci in an undeniable for the one" at the end-the sanctus- why not female give functional it a chance disorders.to help YOU?

worry that gnawed at his heart and over her knees. "Well, thank farewell. Later, in the privacy sanctorum of the lot-the office of Over one million women have written in

mind! No, she would not "let on," heavens, I'm not going out with you of her apartment, she said to Phillip Buchanan. reporting Compound.wonderful benefits from Pinkham's

by word or' act, how desperate the and Linnie tonight," she said with a her niece, "Umberto was loping II' She stood in the doorway an in-

Hawkinsville situation was. She mischievous'grin.. right along with us into the lift. No stant before ,the man at the desk

would never betray Dad's confi- "Aunt Linnie said to wear a street doubt, he, intended to come up for a became' aware of her presence. He Labor's Part

dence, or do anything to hurt his dress," Mary remarked. nightcap, but I couldn't'' stand an- was scanning a typed letter, and a Genius begins great works; la-

pride. Lelia yawned luxuriously. "Oh, other moment of his company. deep frown made a furrow betweenhis bor alone finishes them.-Joubert.

Hastily, she picked up the break- of course, with Balianci footing the Dreadful evening, wasn't it?" eyebrows. He looked austere,

fast tray, with its powder-blue' bill! He will, no doubt, treat you Mary, warming her chilled fingers and Mary, none-too-assured at best

dishes and silver coffee pot, and car- to an eighty-five cent, tabled'hotein before the dying fire on the hearth, felt increasingly nervous. He was FEEL GOOD

ried it to Addie, who forthwith re i some wretched place .in the Vil- smiled. "Maybe it was' for you. younger than she had expected to

monstrated with her for "doin' my lage, and smugly feel that you and Aunt Linnie. You're so accustomedto find him, perhaps thirty-five, and his Here Is Amazing Relief for

work" Then, returning to the sunlit Linnie are in his debt for the rest nightingale's knees on toast 'that hair looked.'sunburned' as if he had Conditions Due to u Sluggish yon think au Bowels larstlves

living room, she placed the type (the winter. He's so accustomedto I can imagine how low-life you con.-' just returned from a fishing trip in ,I/O.)t mrjJj act alike, lust try this

writer on the table, inserted a sheetof having somebody else pay the sider a place. like Corliani's. As'for Florida, which, indeed, he had. .!!'! .-I.'I-"CI.-17' so:all vegetablo mud thorough'autl".oIII refreshing :

white paper and put on the check that, when he, does come me, however, it was rather fun. Re- Suddenly, he glanced up, and see- sick headaches. Invigorating., bilious spells Dependable, tired feeling relief when from

glasses which Ellen said made her across with an invitation, he damn' member, hot chocolate and salted ing her standing there, rose hastily associated with constipation.25 from?our

; look typically librarian. well sees to it that his output of cashis crackers at Bowen's drug store have from his chair, a puzzled expressionon II Without not delighted Risk, return cirtugagl st.the Makethee box to us.test We-then will ti

: She had an idea for a plot-a of the smallest possible denomi- been the high points in my night his face. He was taller than refund the purchase
Thct'i fair. .
simple idea, but so had been the nation. He's a sponger, darling, life for years! I'd never tasted ,real one would have judged, seeing him Get price.< NR Tablets today. e "

idea for "At Sea." Mr. Bucnanan had looking for a rich wife, and nobody Italian food before, and I was even sitting down, glaring at that let- ALWAYS CARRY "'--

I liked that well enough to accept it. on earth can make me believe intrigued, with some of the rather ter. He: was as tall as Chris. "I? fA IKf fANO QUICK RELIEF

Her story .was' to, concern a little anything to the contrary." strange-looking creatures that practically this-Hiss '''Loring?" he asked, and Lj ( fu'b): FOR ACID

boy whose. mother and father were Mary pulled on her Lapin coat, sat in our laps." 1 the fear that he had inspired in her INDIGESTION1hfl'Cfl

I on the brink of a sensational di- and caught her gloves up from ,the was instantly, dispelled. His voice
I \ vorce. Just as things were reach dressing-table. "You: do look cozy, .For some, inexplicable reason, was kind; young-with the faintest

ing a crisis, he was hit, but only Lelia," she said, "and heaven Mary woke at six the next'morn g. trace of 'a Harvard accent.

slightly injured: by an ,automobile; knows I wish I were staying at Lelia and Miss Cotswell 'were, of (TO', BE CONTINUED)
and this near tragedy brought the home tonight instead of going out course, still asleep, and even Addie oeuofiOAEf

I parents together again, the tale concluding into that horrid, raw weather. I'd could not be heard stirring" about. Beginning of West Point Academy

I in a sane and happy man- have liked to work on my story" The script of Their Son," which On March 16, 1802, congress LARGE sonu i

) Her for all concerned.. 'j "The afternoon paper, says we'll she had tucked away in the bottom passed a'bill providing for the establishment .,.WN r

-.- .'-4 .... ? Fiftf enjninutes'leitejishei.was; stiltwaiting : .have a regular blizzard by morning ', ti< werJ'pf 'her.bUl-'eati the day before ,of.a military academy and 5130 a

I .' for'an Introductory line that ," Lelia announced, crunching a sprang to her mind, and witha located it at West Point. The acad-

would inspire within Mr. 'Buchanan Julienne potato with tantalizing en- sudden spurt of energy, she decided emy with 10 cadets was first openedon

u i I an avid interest to read the rest of joyment. "Thanks be to Allah, for that now, in the early hours July, 4, 1802. By the act of con-

i the story, but the portentous words my bed and board! See you later, of this cold morning, with not one gress of April 29, 1812, the academy I

were fearfully slow in coming. At my dear, unless you get lost in a sign of life to disturb the calm, was was reorganized with 250 cadets.



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IF S f Our Little Willie
; FARMITppics WILLIE sat down at his

OUR COMIC SECTION paper regarded with the some examination -

-,.. ; anxiety, then his face lit up and
-.;.' he wrote the
: following answers:
1 i "i "t ELECTRIC FENCES ,Prose are' men who play

: t pr :' NOT ALWAYS SAFE games for money, and are quite
r 0 I :, Snoopie I UH different Letters from in sloping'poets. print are

-. Improperly Charged Wiring called hysterics.

May Kill Live Stock.By Little rivers that run into big
ones' are called tribulations.A. .

beacon is a" mass of inflammable -
David S. Weaver. Agricultural
Engineer. North Carolina State material in a high
CoJege.-WNU Service. place to give light. -
Caution should be exercised in the
use of the electric fence, which is A cuckoo lays other birds'
I, becoming so popular with farmersin eggs in its own nest, and viva

pasturing live stock. While elec- voce.

tric fences have met with general

acceptance because the cost of the
fence and the cost of operation is
materially less than the standard

(L I --. type of stock fencing, all electric To Increase WidthBy
1 fencing does not have a clear slateof

Reports by investigators have
A READER living on a rural
shown several instances where stock
v- route in South Dakota writes
has been killed by wiring that was
improperly charged. In some instances me: "My parlor is 16 by 14 feet.
it homemade and has an 8 foot ceiling.' Right
was contraptions -
which in the center of the 16 foot w.all<
were rigged up by per-
sons who did not know what degreeof are two windows, each 6 feet highj
shock the apparatus was deliver- and 3 feet wide. They are ,only lj

IA ing and did not understand how foot apart and 1 foot from the'
eiling. How should I curtain,
much shock was necessary or safe :
for live stock.A :these windows? Should the drapesAN

1 word of caution to those who
might contemplating installingan '
electric fence would be to secure BADLY SPACED AND I'
\ the equipment from those sources' SHOULD LOOK WIDER

which have had extensive experience -.
and have the equipment on a
safe basis. The buyer also should

follow throughout the directions by
the manufacturer for safely install-

ing the controller.No .
l person should attempt to in-

4 stall a homemade apparatus with-

out first consulting some person
\ .' J competent of giving information as
(CO/lY'rI/hr./ \f. N. V.) to safety precautions to be followed. THE TWO WINDOWS TREATED AS A UNIT-
,1 The proper grounding of the wiring

-- system and electrical equipment cover the 1 foot space between
J around farm buildings is also important '-
them? How long should they be?
as a slight shock from improperly -
Would extend the drapes
grounded has been '
systems nearer the ceiling? I have been'
5'M known to kill cattle.
'iAc44 advised to do this.-S. A.

#IoomI These questions are nice and'
TT,4- I
ON6N&i Eggs With, Thick Whites I definite and all dimensions are
Are in Greater DemandEggs given. A scale drawing was madea
LiP little larger than the one shown
,1 jI -' 'with a large quantity of here4; inch to a foot. This
A thick albumen, or thick white, are
showed immediately that the win-
regarded as of excellent quality.
dows needed to look wider rather'than
Consumers also want eggs with a
framing them
higher. By
, large percentag'e of thick white be-
with a valance and side drapes to
cause it stands up well around the
the floor made into a unitof
they are
0- yolk when broken. Such eggs are
particularly in demand for poach- pleasing proportions.Give
your own home a fresh
I ing.Some start with curtains slipcovers -
new ;
\ TF fresh eggs have more thick ,
; and other smart new touches,
white than others, and poultry spe-
which you will find in Book 1,
I cialists of the United States department -
SEWING, for the Home Decorator. -
\ of agriculture have been experimenting -
I 2 Gifts Novelties and
Book ,
to find out why.
I i I They find that a hen's ability to Embroidery, illustrates 90 em-
I and
; lay eggs with thick white is an inherited broidery stitches many waysto
WE'" LlOL characteristic. They find use .them. They are 25 cents

l \ t : T ':!) "T + aL that some hens lay eggs with a each; with each order ,for both
___ Leaflet showing
{ U6ESE greater percentage of thick white books, Crazypatch
I P than other hens of the same breed 36 authentic embroidery stitches is
I included FREE. Address, Mrs.
?uT r+ i and in the same flock.
tr Spears, 210 S. Desplaines St., Chi-
j S The season has a slight effect on
: I1oT V4AI
__ _
0 IIiJ-b the percentage of thick white, but cago, 111.Can't. ;

I .1.i o other factors, such as feed, periodsof
,.'. SrI? light and, heavy production, and
'-J: egg weight do not affect the per- Eat Can't

P centage.At ,
the national agricultural research -
By 1r center, Beltsville, Md., Dr. Sleep Awful Gas

C. W. Knox, geneticist of the bureauof ,
CM. Payne animal industry, has bred two PRESSES HEART"Gu
on say stomach was so bad Z eooli
flocks which further prove that the
It even pressed OB mr
not eat or sleep.
_OWNU I _ _Bell_Synd1cate.-'fliJ_ _Service._ thick white characteristic is inherited. heart. A friend suggested Adtertta Th.
brought me relief. Koir I eat all
One flock lays that aver- first dose "
'" eggs
felt better -
j wish, sad never jMrs.
, )'r# age 68 per cent thick white. Eggs Ja"filler. Adlerika acts on BOTH
from the other flock average only upper and lower bowels. Adleriks gives your
real cleansing
intestinal system a bringing
I 45 per cent thick white. The aver- out waste matter that may hays .
LAT AGAIN Lts\ SO AM I, age fresh egg has from 50 to 52 BLOATING,and sour sleepless stomach nights for headaches months.,,
JoNES! SIR. per cent thick white. You will be amaied at this efficient inteatiniiciean.er.
Just one spoonful usually rtheesGAS
.. and constipation. ..Adlerik does not,
I P Tree Booster gripe,is not habit forming. Recommended by'
many doctors and druggist for 36;rears.

H 1 .- .< : Young trees never stop growing Sold at ail drag storu

.i"--: when they are moved from the nurs-
: ery to permanent locations, if a Select Few

I .... 0 : : bucketful of moistened peat moss is I Better be with a few who are

placed in each hole at planting time, right, than with many who are
reveals the Country Home Maga- wrong.-Jarvis A. Wood.
I zine. Dr. H. B. Tukey, of the New
Ii i ii York'Experiment station, found that

P : apple trees which were set in peat L jFOR TENDERSUNMOROLINE !1rJ
moss produced six times as much

top growth the first season as those t

I that were planted without it. By SNOW-WHITE PETROLEUM JELLY
l : the end of the fourth season, the

peat-fed trees looked like fiveyearolds. 17-39

. if, 1 I A 150-pound bale of peat moss, WNU-7

i : costing around $3, is enough .for 50. The Real TestIt

: DON'T YOU use- -THAT- v&s! trees.: is much harder to be honest

i ALARM CLOCK I GAV& BUT I NO with yourself than with others.

YOU LONGER FIND Outwitting the WeatherSome

) ?. IT ALARMING .. 6,000 cotton growers now
I j g get perfect stands of their: crops,
I II II irrespective of soil and weather con-
II I ditions, by using variable-depth

I H. planters, says the Country Home

I : Magazine. They place the succes-
sive seeds at different depths that A
I ByJ. vary from a fraction of an inch to -,

Millar Watt tri two inches. If the, weather is dry, KILLS
the deeper seed will come up; if it .

.is wet, the shallow ones come fup. ..MANY INSECTS .
If conditions are so favorable that FRUITS
all the seeds germinate, the least
I, \
l thrifty are hoed out at chopping
I II Demand original t calf A
6 BeU Syndicat&-WNtI Service. time.
I I. i -CW S644 boYtks,from uour dealr
I.I: : '
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[my Hall, W. C. Owen, jr., and Le- R. B. McIlroy To Take I among other things, shows the SEU of the SWU of the SEU
i Hare. amount of Unit No. 1 Debt Service of Section 23. Township 43 South.
| I
Tax, Unit No. 2 Debt Service Tax Range 34 East:
Over Sarasota Agency I Unit No. 1 Maintenance Tax and W% of the NEU of the NEU of )

DROWNED TUESDAYINTUBATLABELLE 1f"" ,I mOSMO I Unit'necessary No. 2 to Maintenance.be levied upon Tax the per lands acre Range Section 31 35.East Township: 13 South, J-

II I within said District for the year E% of the NWU of the NE?,4 cf
WITH THE !1lI (Moore Haven Democrat) 1939. Section 35, Township 43 South
I The said budget Is now on file Range 34 East:
R. B. McIIroy, Atlantic Coast and may be examined at the office EU of the SWU of the NEU of
Churches. ilI Lino agent in Moore Haven for the of the Secretary of the....said Districtat Section 35, Township 43 South,
( Clewiston, Florida. The Board of Range 31 East:
past twelve years, leaves this afternoon -, Supervisors of Sugarland Drainage "W of the' SWU of the NEU

Ruth Cothern, 11-month old baby for Sarasota to take over I District will meet at 10 o'clock in of Section 35, Township 43 South,
frnumm! OOi1l! iill: lli I the forenoon on the 15th day of May, Range. 34 East:
daughter of Mr. 'and Mrs. Frank the A. C. L. agency in that place. 1939. at the office of the Secretary Eof the SEU of the NEVi ti

Cothern of LaBelle was accidentally -I. COMMUNITY CHURCH I j His family will join him there at of the District in Clewiston, Florida, of Section 35Township 43 South,
drowned late afternoonin Palm Avenue i iForest" | the for the purpose of hearing objections Range 34 East:
Tuesday Royal close of the present school i I
complaints with respect to the W ,4 'of the SEU of the NEU
a laundry tub filled with rain C. Taylor Minister I term, his two daughters May Alice said budget, and for the purpose of of Section 35, Township 43 South,

water at the home of Mr. and Mrs.R. I and Minnie being students in_ the transacting such, other business as Range 34 East;
I may properly come before said meet
R. Small In LaBelle. local school. I EUof the NErof the NWU
eleven high
Sunday morning worship at -
j ing.DATED of Section 35, Township 13 South,
Mrs. Cothern, with her three o'clock. This will be a special I j The new position is in the nature [ THIS 25 day of April, 1939. Range 34 East:
% of the NWU
small the
daughters spending
was service of unusual interest to, mem-j ,of a considerable advancement OF SUPERVISORS OF SUG- of Section 35, Township 43 South,
afternoon with :Mrs. Small and the bers of the congregation. The for Mr. McIIroy who attained it ARLAND DRAINAGE DIS- Range 34 East:

children, as usual, were playing together ualistic'' service of ordination and ( through seniority. The office is TRICT. EV2 of the SWU of the NWU
I I I I By F. DEANE DUFF, of Section 35. Township 43 South,
in the :yard. After a time installation will be a' part of the I much i I larger than the ,one here and I Its President. Range 34 East; J

they came on the front porch to program. .Everyone is cordially invited -|,carries a much larger salary. Although April 28, May 5. W of the SWU of the NWU

play and it was supposed that all to be present. Mr. McIlroy had bid on the of Section 35, Township 43 South,

of. them were together. It was some I Sunday school at 9:45. every Sunday -I office as ''soon as it was open and I Range E>/$ of 34 the East SEU; of the NWU
time before Ruth missed anda IN ,THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
was I morning. was pretty certain of securing it of Section 35, Township 43 South,
hurried search found her with Senior Christian Endeavor onj:i because of his seniority, it was '''not I FLORIDA, IN AND. FOR HENDRY Range 31 East;
W% of the SEU of the NWU
her head immersed in the Sunday evening at 6:30.. until yesterday morning that he IN COUNTY.RE: ) of Section 35, Township 43 South,

tub of water. Taking advantage ofa Junior Endeavor meeting Monday I was notified of his selection.A PETITION OF L. M. ST. MARTIN -) Range 31 East:

heavy shower in the forenoonMrs. afternoon at 3:30.: relief agent will be sent here I BROWN TO TAKE CHARGE) E% of the NEU of the SWU
Section 35, Township 43 South.
Small had placed the tub thereto The minister of the Community 1I j today to take over the local office ESTATE AND PROPERTY, AND) Range 34 East;
catch some rainwater. will the i,BECOME A FREE DEALER. N\4 'of the NWU of the SWU
I Church supply pulpit, ofj! until such time as a new agent is, ) of Section 35, Township 43 'South
Fire Chief Anderson was hastily I the Methodist Church in M<5oreJ I II employed permanently on the' same I This cause came on to be heard Range 34 East: ,

summoned from Fort Myers witha Haven next Sunday evening. i seniority basis. upon the Master's report filed herein S\Vof the NW% of the SWU .
pulmotor and assisted by Dr. W. I and upon consideration thereof' of Section 35, Township South, -.
I .,
Mr. home '
I Ii McIIroy owns own IT IS ORDERED, ADJUDGED AND Range 34 East:
H. Grace of Fort Myers and Dr. C. i here, a farm four miles east. 'of I DECREED as follows: SEU of the NWU of the SW 24
i FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH of Section 35, Township 43 South,
E. Weaver of LaBelle he worked town and has been at all times 1. That this court has full Jurisdiction -
Ventura and Central Avenue I I of the subject matter of this Range 34 East:
desperately over the child until almost Corner I'TIendlChurch" a booster and good citizen. While I I cause, and that all proper and necessary W% of the SWU of the SWU
eight o'clock before giving up "The j I the community hates to lose him steps have been taken incident of Section 35, Township 43' South,
Marshall Mines, Pastor. I and necessary to presentation Range 34 East:
of resuscitation.
hope I and his splendid family they com-I for this final hearing. Ei, of the SE% of the SWU
The little body was taken by I of Section 35. Township 43 South
I pliment him on having secured a 2. That the report of the Master ,
friends to Fort Myers that night i Services every. Sunday: appointed herein be and the same Range 34 East:
position. Is hereby confirmed In Wof the SEU of the SWU
Sunday School, 9:45 a. m., B. fully every
and prepared for burial by the respect, and the'' applicant, L. M. of Section 35, Township 43 South,
Englehart Funeral Home. E. Herring, Supt: I St. Martin Brown who is known as Range 34 East; \

Funeral services were held Wed- Morning Worship 11:00. SerI - - ---- I Mrs. William L. Brown. Jr., and whcis E% of the NEU of the SEU of f
Section 35 Township 43 South
now a resident of Clewiston, Flor- ,
nesday at 3:30 in the Englehart mon by the Pastor.B. ida, be and she is hereby granted a Range 34 East:

chapel with Rev. A. H. Glisson, Y. P. U. 7:00 p. m., V. C. Nautica1 license' in accordance with the W% of the NEU of the SEU
Woodward Director. GJqtesI er of the petition, and she is praY-I of Section 35. Township 43 South,
pastor of the LaBelle Baptist ized to take charge of and Range 34 East:
Church conducting the services assisted -I Evening Preaching 8:00 p. m., estate, and to become a free dealer I EA of the SW 4 of the SEU
Sermon by thet Pastor. (By Knotts) in every respect; to contract and be I of Section 35, Township. 43 South. .
by Rev. H. '' Tyler of the
I I I contracted with, to sue and be sued, Range 34 East:
LaBelle. Methodist Church. A large Midweek Service every Wednes-I and to bind herself in all respectsas I W% of the SWU of the SEU

number of friends from LaBelle,I day evening at 8:00 p. m. I II I if she were unmarried. of Section 35, Township 43 South,
(Moore Haven Democrat) DONE AND ORDERED at Ft. :My- Range 34 East;
Clewiston and :Moore Haven filled The public is cordially invited to I era Florida: this 24 day of April,1
EVj ef the SEU of the SE% of
the chapel to overflowing. attend all our services. I On Thursday, April 20th", the tug"Clara" I 1939. GEO.V.. WHITEHURST Section 35, Township 43 South, ,

Surviving members of the immediate of Okeechobee came CIRCUIT JUDGE.A I Range 34 East;

family are the parents, Mr. This Sunday the pastor is bring- through with the dredge "Reliable"en true copy published April 28, May I I of W Section% of the 35, Township SE% of the 43 South SEU,
5 12, 19.
route to Okeechobee. It is un- I Range 34 East r\
and Mrs. Frank Cothern and her ing a special message in keeping :
two sisters Doris 5 Janis 3. derstood that Fred McKenzie has E1h'of the NEU of the NEU
with the closing of the mill. The of Section 1, Township 44 South,
At the time of the baby's birth i morning message will be "Taking purchased it from Dave Ireland andis NOTICE I Range 34 East:

on May 5 of last year, the familywas Christ Seriously" and the evening going to overhaul it preparatory I of W Section% of the 1. Township NEU of the 44 South NEU

residing in .Clewiston. A few sermon will be "Harvesting.". for use on Route 26 at South Bay. NOTICE is hereby given by the Range 34 East: ,

months later they purchased a We have a men's Bible class.II I The "Clara" returned to Fort l\IY-1 undersigned the Legislature of his intention of Florida to at applyto its E% of the NWU of the NEUof

home near Fort DenatTd and moved Just for men none others. Arch I I: ers Friday for pontoons and pipe? I regular session in 1939 for the pass- Range Section 34 East 1, Township: 44 South,

there to live. Mr.. Cothern' is I Hodges is the teacher, '9:45 is the line belonging with the dredge,1 age the and substance enactment of the of a contemplatedlaw special bill,I W% of the NWU of the NE;}

employed by the U. S. Engineersand time, 'our church is the place, the)coming. through with them Inte I I being as' follows: Range of Section 34 East 1, Township: 44 South,
Authorizing the City of Clew-
was formerly connected with I study of God's word is the purpose Monday evening. iston: Florida, to ,adjust, settle, E% of the SWU of the NEU
I "A No.2" of of Section I, Township 44 South
the Friday the tug
city engineering departmenthere and the fellowship of men is the compromise or discount during Range 34 East:
Jacksonville came through with a the period from the time the
,worthwhile joy of coming to this I said proposed bill becomes a, law W 2 of the SW; of the NEU
!men's Bible class. 300-ton barge for the Coppage Sal- and September 1st, 1939 all ad of Section 1,. Township 44 South!.
vage Co., ,of Jacksonville. Also the valorem taxes assessed against Range 34 East:
Kiwanians EntertainContinued -- The music by the choir will con- the taxable property in said city ''Wl,2'of the NEU of the ,NWU '1
i sist of ."Thy Word Have I Hid In "C. G. 131" returned from target I I I for the year 1938 and all prior of Section 1. Township 14 South, I

practice at St. Petersburg her years thereto. Range 31 East: .:'
Heart" E. O. in
My by Sellers the
I home of Jacksonville and the This the 18th day of April. 1939. E'/j of the NWU of the NW?
( From Page One morning. At the evening hour the port ELBERT L. STEWART. I 'of Section 1, Township 44 South,

the one that clings to me is this: I choir will sing "He's a Wonderful "C. G. 186" of Fernandina went to April 28, :May 5, 12, 19, 26. I Range 34 East:
Eof the SWU of the NWU
The goal of education is happiness, Savior To Me" by Virgil P. Brock St. Petersburg for target practice. of Section 1, Township 44 South,

the ability to live with others and [and Blanche Kerr Brock. She has held the championship for Range 34 East: -
for several NOTICE MASTER'S:: SALE \ % of the SEU of the NWU
have a well-rounded life. Vacation ruble| School ConferenceOn gunnery years. of Section 1, Township 44 South,

Following Mr. Leonard's talk, Tuesday, May 2nd., at ten No craft used the ;waterway Sat-I NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that I Range 34 East;
J. E. vocal urday but Sunday the cruiser"Semper" the ,undersigned Special Master in to satisfy said decree, and all costs.
sang as a i o'clock in the morning and againat
Chancery, by virtue of the final decree -:
solo "Till the Sands of the Desert I three in the afternoon, Mrs. of Greenwich, Conn., and I of foreclosure 'entered in that I JOHN Special K.Master WOOLSLAIR in Chancery.,
the cruiser "Timberdoodle" of if certain 'cause pending in the Circuit
Grow Cold" after
a 'group
Louise of
King, Jacksonville, will Court of the Twelfth Judicial Cir- EVANS MERSHON & SAWYER,
song adjourned the meeting. speakin our church and have con- Fairfield, Conn., came through cuit of Florida, in and for Hendry First National Bank Building

Guests present included Mr. and ferences with all who are interested. eastbound to Palm Beach. They I County, in Chancery, being Case No. Miami Solicitors, Florida.for Plaintiff.
825 where Reconstruction Finance
Mrs. John H. Mrs. I spent the night here Saturday. '
Doty, R. M. in, Daily Vacation Bible School: Corporation a corporation organizedand March 31, April 7, 14, 21, 1939.
Bishop, Mrs. J. F. Tippey, Mrs. work. Mrs. King is from the*officeof 1 I! Monday the cruiser "Shear Wat- existing under the laws of the L
Beatrice Anthony, Mrs. J. E. 'i er" of Philadelphia passed throughen United States, is plaintiff and G. C.
". Dr. W. W. Wllllan, the State Bantz; as Trustee and others namedin
Beardsley, Misses Inez Lammons, Sunday School Secretary of Florida, route to Boca Grande spending the bill, are defendants, will, on

Billie Hooker, Violet Bethea, Mar-' who recently' spent a week with Monday night at the local docks. :Monday, May 1, 1939, between the NOTICE
I hours of eleven o'clock, A. M., and
tha Nell Alston, Gaudy Waters, : us in a Sunday School Training J two o'clock, P. M., at the front door NOTICE is hereby given that Beryl

Kathryn Graham, Christine Bell, Course. Your Paid? of the .County Court House in La- Bowden intends to apply to the
Elizabeth Draughn Bernice Guth- I Is Subscription Belle, Florida, offer for sale and'sell Judges of the Circuit Court for Hendry -
The mid-week ,services, now are Subscription $2.00 Per, Year at public outcry, to the best and I County, Florida, for a decree and
rie and Roberta Spicer and JohnI. being devoted to a study of the highest bidder for cash, the following license to manage, take charge of
Leonard, George C. Hopkins, Bob book described real property in Hendry and control her property, and to be-
called "Our Doctrines" by County. ,. Florida to-wit: come a free dealer in every respect.UDUM .
Beardsley, Owen Winn Billie Perry I Professor H. W. Tribble of the NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY "

James Wdnn, Morris Ford, H.1 i Southern Baptist Theological Seminary FOR PASSAGE OF
C.: Kolstad, Thomas Waldron Jim-
in Louisville, Kentucky.: Prof. 1 I '-l \"/ IIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIr1llllllli rt.I'lill1IIIIIIi' I IIIIIIIIIIIIII ''I IIIIIIIIIIIIII r/\l'IIII'IIIIIII\I' 'mh.y .
Tribble is a personal friend and NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Thatat

t former teacher of the past'or and the session of the Legislature ofl I y 0 v
-v I Florida which convened in April, 1939,
his book is the finest discussionof application will be made for the ::;:: THE TELEPHONE :i:

Baptist doctrines that is avail- passage of special or local legislation,
r the substance of which will be ns
able, today. ollows: +_ +_
Good FarmLand
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Beck Introduces Bill MEMBERS OF THE SCHOOL .: ..
For Fish Breeding Area ING A POPULATION OF NOT .,;. -:-:- '-

I for Rent Representative Herbet Beck of AND THE REPEALING LAST STATE ALL LAWS CENSUS.IN _=i:= Can, you afford to close the door in ==


Belle bill Glade into on the Tuesday legislature introduceda callingfor ; Dated MRS.this, 11th HOMER day TAYLOR.of April, 1939.: :: the face of your friends for a consideration :: '

the creation of a bleeding Chairman Board of Hcndry of Public County: .Instruction :t: of less than J lOc per day? ::
.... Lake
ground in Okeechobee for Florida. .;. y

black. bass, crappie bream and ATTEST:
. S. A. GRAVES :: ::
. In times of sickness
other fish. It is understood that Superintendent Public Instruction emergency, or

this act forbids any type of fishing of Hendry County, :: death the is ::
telephone nearest
Florida. ;
TrespassersWill in this particular ,area and the law I April 7, 14, 21, 28. ,4 your

Be : is to be enforced. by sheriff. anddeputies :: neighbor. :_:

constables: or agents ofthe -.' --
.. I state board of conservation. NOTICE tY

ProsecutedClewiston The area embraced in the net is REI TJIXCM Sugrnrlnml for 'the Drainage)'enr 1030 District :: Make an ,end to i isolation by seeing ::

beach the South Bay section and east. NOTICE IS HEREBY: GIVEN thatin :i: our manager today' for telephoneservice. :_::

..... and does not interfere with accordance with the provisions of _t, _.
fishing on the west side of the Chapter 18287, enacted at' the 1937 .;. -.
lake. The' boundaries follows Session] of the Legislature of the
are as '
: Florida and( approved by the "f '1 s'
: Begin at Hurricane No. Florida, i"v :: 'i. v
'gate Governtr of the State of : v' Vt : i it'
!5 at the mouth of the 'Palm Beach on May 20, 1937. the Board of Super ,
.... .
visors of Sugarland Drainage Dis- ':- -:-:-: -
Canal at Canal Point and run in trict, a drainage district organized v y

Realty And a'westerly direction to beacon light and 'existing under the laws of Florida y vy
and embracing' lands within y
No.3, about ten miles north of Hendry and Glades Counties, has

Ritta Island, then south to beacon caused to be prepared a budget cf ; INTER COUNTY TELEPHONE *
DevelopmentCorporation debt service lequlrcrunts and of
I the )
light No.4, a distance of four or the costs of maintaining and oper- 'y y

I five miles, and then southwesterly -, ating all of the works and improvements District :;: & TELEGRAPH COMPANY :;:
I of Sugarland Drainage
to station 254 plus 57 of the ;
and of idministerlng the affairs of +
,. government levee which Is some the District generally during the years, fv y
": place between Clewiston and Little beginning on the First day of No- I.:" _._
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