The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00733
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: May 5, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
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System ID: UF00028415:00733
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I FIRST GAME OF NEW Bonds For New School


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I'' The first game of the new South OP XKW BUILDING
I :Florida League will be played in I The Effect of Cuban Sugar Upon Our Problem Being Installed ARE REJECTED

Clewiston Sunday afternoon between /'
l; the local League entry and r of UnemploymentIt I, The Hendry County Board of

li! Pahokee. The game is to be played I A crew of city employees are this PuWis Instruction received bids
t: I week laying a six-inch cast iron until 2:00 Tuesday afternoon on
; on the school diamond at 3:00. should be axiomatic and self-evident that any person without :I the
,: i'; Other games for the opening day money, credit or any other form of buying power, cannot obtain, by' water main along the east side of the Clewiston purchase school of $33,000 bonds of
E H; have not been announced and the honest means, any of the necessities or comforts of life. Thus, is Francisco Street to connect with district for the
J; i! complete league schedule has not it not clear that those who receive some food and a place to sleep as !I the ridge main near the site of erection of a new school building

iJ been received by officials of the payment of their day's work are not prospective customers for the pur- the old Clewiston Inn. It will cross here and the bonds were awarded

local club as yet., Two teams who chasing of clothing housing, radios, automobiles, or even an adequate the highway at Clewis ton Motor after the opening of the bids, to
I i planned to be in the League were. supply of food for themselves, let alone for the members of their Company! and connect with the Stifel, Nicholaus and Company of
:1 families well? In view of this statement of facts therefore Chicago on a bid of
I forced to withdraw due to the fact: as one main back of, Alston's store. $33,412.50.Bids .
I Ii' I can see the impossibility and the futility of even an attempt to 'createI Cross members being for the construction of the
II that. they will be unable to play are placedat
work in America, if we must continue to buy American necessities new building were recived at the
) ,; Thursday afternoon Lake I I each alley Intersection in the
I games,
1 from Cuba. It 'must be admitted that such a situation is economically
same time but
: 'i i' Worth I I line in order that four inch lines were not opened
and Delray. The other four
, unsound. As long as such conditions be allowed to exist, it will prove until a special
: ; :'I i teams 'aside from the two playing 1 detrimental to our entire economic structure.In may be connected when needed. meeting Thursday.A .
I here Sunday are: West Palm Beach, A new fire hydrant will be placed technicality prevented the acceptance -
I I Hobe Sound, Pompano and Fort the Everglades the sugar worker is the highest paid of any near .the Clewiston Motor Companyas of any of these bids and
: I, Lauderdale. sugar worker' supplying the American market. Due to the paymentof well as two others, one on Pa- a new date for letting the con-

Several of the members of the these higher wages, the Everglades' worker is able to enjoy more cific Avenue near the new company tract was set for the sixth day

,i '4\ local team are employees of the II than just the bare necessities of a meager existence. Not only his houses and the other west of the of June. A new advertisement fo'rblds
I 1, United wardrobe, but that of his family consists of a great deal more, bothin Administration Building. I appears in this issue.
States Sugar Corporation quantity and quality, than that of the Cuban worker, whose total The bonds, sold
I The water main through the efforts -
I jl! new
but Jay W. Moran, general
I clothing probably consists of a fourth or fifth handed pair of worn I of C. E.
Miner Clewiston
of the corporation has agreed for out trousers. It is natural, therefore, to deduct that, having sufficient City Engineer W. C. Owen, will ,
\1\ P. these employees to play Thursday,earning power to buy adequate clothing and food for himself and his give two lines from the plant on school board member, brought the
- d ball. family, the Florida sugar worker, by the demand for these articles Industrial Canal to the water tankon best price of any school, bonds ina

i : (Ii, Results of the game with Fort and the circulation of money caused by such demand, creates work the west side of town. number of :years. 'The'funds derived -

; f Meyrs indicate that Clewiston has for many others throughout the entire United States. The Everglades' -.- from the sale of the bonds

: I II, as good a team if not better than worker also enjoys some luxuries of life as he usually has a radio and SUGAR BILL PROPOSED will be used to build the new

,; II I last year when they finished:: sec an automobile, the ownership of which is way beyond even the fondest high school building in Clewistonand

; ;1 ond in the Everglades League. The and most cherished dreams of the sugar peon in Cuba. Here againis A proposed bill which would require -. for making alterations to the
( a good indication that the production of sugar in the Everglades present school building and constructing -
/ new league will mean much faster that all sugar sold in Flor-
makes it possible, -to create work for others throughout the Unltpd an addition to the Har-
I i I! baseball but it is believed that ida be packed in sealed, sanitarypackages
who like themselves have the of
States-others may privilege experiencing lem academy.
'! Clewiston has as strong an entry as or containers at the refinery -
II and enjoying the same standard of living as the workers in the It believed
is that
any team in the circuit and will Everglades have come to enjoy. or factory, has been introduced -, everythingwill
I finish the season; well toward the i into the Legislature by Rep-I be in order when the next

top of the standings. Because the sugar wages in the Everglades are the highest of resentative Stewart of Hendry county -. bids are received and as the sale
I any area supplying the sugar needs of the United States, the sugar and others.GRADUATION. of the bonds was the most important -
worker and his family have sufficient, adequate and nourishing food as item it will be possible to 'bO

Ii well as adequate housing, clothing and other necessities and comfortsof I ahead immediately after the let-
i MAY DAY PROGRAM life. The needs and requirements of those in the Everglades, who ting: on construction. The new
I furnish the means of livelihood of- those who supply the Florida worker I OF 39 building is to be two-story white
with the necessities and comforts of life, aid in creating a tremendous brick
and will be located on the
I MOST COLORFUL OF demand for not only farm products but all other necessities and
com-I present grounds.
forts of life, from all parts of our country. This economic I CLASS TONIGHT ENDS
as important to the progress of these United States as the intricate and ,
I ; e'FINAL SCHOOL EVENTS delicate mechanisms of a clock.' If one of the smallest springs of a HOOKER HARVESTING

a", clock fails, the entire working facilities are endangered and the SCHOOL TERM HERE CUCTJMIJER CROP

a"'i: .. '. desired.. results are not obtained.V'e repair our clocks-but we tinker
!_ Miss. Martha Nell Alston was with our economic machine and suffer' the : dire circumstances .and I Wm. D. Hooker began the "firstof'
which arise from such careless 'weeK harvest of" cucumbers
conditions ) tinkering. At the on -
1 crowned queen of the May in one 8:15 tonight the largest graduating -

i b of the most colorful and successful Much of the nation's unemployment will be alleviated when we class in the history of Clew- from a three-acre tract just

I May Day programs ever held produce our own necessities of life. Surely, the unemployment situ- I iston High School ,will have their east' of town. The vines are producing -

in Clewiston. The event occurred ation can never be cured by buying our necessities from those who, like commencement exercises in the high a nice yield and prices are

'1,on Monday afternoon on the school i the Cubans, buy their necessities from other countries which have a school auditorium, eight girls and fair.
j grounds. :Miss Alston was chosen standard of living as low as their own. Certainly we must not en- seven boys. 26, bushel hampers were picked

for her beauty and popularity by I courage economic ills, if we wish to cure them. Prohibition of produc- Dr. Russell A. Williams of Miami Sunday, 41 Tuesday and 25 Wed

j vote of the student body. The king tion of a non-surplus crop such.,. as' sugar increases, not cures. our who vas originally scheduledto nesday. Mr. Hooker expects to pick
economic ailments. the remainder of the
every day
i was Morris Ford, who was also deliver !I the commencement ad- '
from 1.50 to $2.00
week. Price is
selected, by the students. Who gains by denying Americans the right to earn their livingin dress was unable to be present but

I i The throne of the king and queen supplying the needs of their fellow Americans? The farmers and John B. Keena, also of Miami has per Tomatoes hamper. also being

I 1 .was placed on a raised platform, ,.workers of the nation are entitled to an honest, unprejudiced, clear promised' to be present and to: give in the same are field with the cucum-grown
: i decorated with palm fronds and and straight-forward answer rto this question. the address.
picking tomatoes -
I bers and pickers are
II baskets of colorful spring flowers. I .- The program is as follows: along with the cucumbers.
,As the hour for the ceremony approached -
"Priests March"
Processional- ,
: Mauryne Prewitt, majordomo I Clewiston Defeats 1 ,
I BACCALAUREATE IS from Athalia, Miss Alice Steinholtz;
of the processional and recessional I I Invocation, Rev. F. C. Taylor; Salutatory -
f came prancing from the Ft. Myers Sunday LeRoy Hare; vocal selection, STEWART ASKS THAT

I school building .to direct the: march- PREACHED SUNDAYBY High School Chorus; Class History

i, es. Mauryne was dressed in a white Billie Hooker; Class Prophecy, Roberta SURVEY BE MADE
satin military coat, circular short The Clewiston Baseball Club got !
Spicer; Class Will Bernice
skirt, and high military hat of!I off to a fast start in' their season REV. E. B. EVANS Guthrie; Introduction of Speaker,

white satin. Her gloves were white by trouncing decisively a Fort My B. E. Herring; Commencement Ad- OF EVERGLADES AREA
and her high boots were black kid.I
I'ers team in that city Sunday af- dress, John B. Keena; Valedictory,
First, in the processional came \Commencement, activities' began
William Cecil Owen, jr.; Presenta-:
the flower girls, Anne Prewitt and ternoon and is ready for firing the Sunday evening at 8:00 when ,the :
tion of Senior Diplomas SA. resolution Introduced by Rep-
Mary Elizabeth Springer, Mary Lee' opening gun in the South Florida fifteen members of the Senior Classof Graves Presentation Attendance i! A
Lyles, Mary Elizabeth Roberts and: 1039 ; resentative Elbert L. Stewart in
gathered in the
League on the home diamond next high school Certificates, C. E. Miner; Presentation -
Margie McCracken. All dress- auditorium for and passed
I were Sunday afternoon. the baccalaureatesermon of American Legion Medals the Legislature Tuesday

ed in floor length dresses of organdy "Hooke Avant selfish with which was delivered by and Special Senior Award, F. Deane unanimously by the House, calls on
: or net and carried baskets )" was Rev. E. B. Evans
pastor of the
Duff Benediction, Rev. M. G. to have a federal survey
;. Congress
l from which they strewed flower I the Fort Myers batters ,through the First Baptist Church of Fort My- Mines; Recessional-"Tannhauser made of the Everglades'Drainag

I I petals.' The flower girls hats were first six innings' of Sunday's game ers. The attendance at the serviceswas March", Wasnr: Miss Alice, Stein District to determine the best method -

1 open; crown poke-bonnets of organdy and only allowed one safe hit and splendid and the sermon was holtz. I II i of protecting its rich muck-
i tied beneath their chins. one 'of the most inspiring ever' delivered I
: one unearned run. With the game Members of the senior class are: I lands from destruction by fire.
The heralds
in white
capes and to a Clewiston graduating
I (Continued on Page 8)) safely stowed away he retired in class. Misses Martha Nell Alston, Chris-I(I Pointing out that officials of the
I -. I tine Bell Violet Bethea, Bernice Everglades firecontrol district are
favor of Everett Forbes in that in
I. "Confidence In Youth" was the Guthrie, Billie Hooker, Zena Bell I operating under a great handicap
[I Cultivation Program ning. Forbes allowed four hits and general theme of the sermon and Pullen, 'Roberta Spicer and Gaudy because" of the lack of information .

two runs. Maddox, Ellis and Turner the speaker held the attention of Waters and Morris Ford, LeRoy I about efficient methods of fighting

I Begun By U. S. S. C. took turns on the mound for .the graduates and the congregation Hare, George Smith Thomas Wald- : muckland fires the resolution stated -

I \ Fort Myers but neither of ,them every minute as he ouUfn'edthe ron, James Winn, Owen Winn. and that the survey "would be ,of
proved very effective against the possibilities at hand for mod- W. C. Owen. Jr. untold benefit' in the preservationof

Active growing season and repair big guns of the Clewiston batting ern graduates and urged them to such land and therefore helpfulto

i work by the, United States Sugar order, the most potent of' whom fight against the fog of materialism. BIDS TO HE RECEIVED the entire nation."

Corporation will not get well underway was Bill Hooks, batting in clean-up OX ROAD TO HARLEMThe
I '! before the first of July, position, who drove out a triple and Speaking directly tothe gradu- Dental Dialogue At

r' : -'' according to Jay W. Moran, general three singles in five trips to the ates during the greater part' of the board of county commission-I

, : i manager and vice-president of plate. On his last time up he drovea service, he urged them to take era this week Kiwanis Meeting
I the corporation.Following long fly to centerfield which was vantage of their opportunities ad-1, for the surfacing of the road from

the closing of the caught. to yarn to make the best use of the sugar house highway west to I

sugar house the first of last week Clewiston scored three runs ia improved faculties given them by the Harlem cemetery. These bids Dr. J. ,\r. Ezeile had charge of

i tpreparations were immediately begun the first Inning, two in the second, an education. In explaining this are to bo opened by the commissionon the weekly meeting of the Kiwan-
i for a program of cultivation four in the fifth, three in the sixth Rev. Evans gave various examplesto May! 20. I|I ls Club on Wednesday night and
Work and considerable repair work I and one each in the last two show how ordinary tools put into The contractor is required to presented, with the assistance ofI.

I, and a large building program is frames. Fort Myers scored in the the hands of artists could be used furnish necessary oil, equipment for M. Pafford a dental dialogue
I in prospect for later in the summer.I first, seventh and ninth. In creating something of good to spreading base material and ,the called "Relation of Dental Infectionto

-, I / Mr. Moran stated that the corp The line-up for Clewiston was as mankind but in the hands of the spreading of this material some Systematic Diseases" by Daniel

I, oration was proceeding with the: follows: D. Hooks 2b, Roberts If.. uneducated were useless. eight inches deep to cover approximately F. Lynch and prepared for radio

i J usual summer, cultivation program I Cartlon cf, W. Hooks c, Bell rf, Quoting the old familiar storyof 4996 square yards. presentation. A Miami radio stationis

I ;.-.::: .. normally despite the fact that it! Beardsley Ib, Ward' 3b, Avant p, David and \the giant he. killed Right-of-way was cleared for "this now broadcasting one of these

"- ; :.Is faced with the possibility of I Hare ss, Forbes p. Hawkins replaced with his slingshot, he used this as road several months ago but construction dialogues ,weekly.Mr. .
I plowing up a considerable portionOf i Bell in right field during; a an example of how one may tri- work has been held up Pafford acted as the patient

: :.:tl" the, cane, ; at a later date. portion of the g'ame' I (Continued on pq 'e $j 'I until, now. i (Continued otIa? )

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Filters Before Bar

G.O.P. Frowns on Early Booms UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL Got What He Asked For .

Poisons From 1

While DemsBy SUNDAY "Have you anything," asked the
Blood Stream Wooing Insurgent judge, "to say before I ,pass sentence -
upon you
Joseph W. La Bane Dean of. The Moody Bible Institute "Most assuredly I have, your ,

Western of Newspaper Chicago ,Union. honor," replied the prisoner. "I )
By DR. JAMES W. BARTON I constitutes a menace. Rumania desire to take this opportunity of

years ago I found my- EDITOR'S NOTE-When opinions those areexpressed becomes the focal point, wooed des. stating without reserve or circum-
SOME these columns they are
writing very often about of the news in ,analyst and not necessarilyof perately by democracies as the last Lesson for May 7 locution that in my opinion the

the liver and gall bladder. I felt the newspaper.Politics hope of stopping a solid dictator Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected penalty imposed upon me by this
front in southeast Europe. yet inclined and copyrighted by International court'should be in keeping with
that the liver really the Council of Religious Education: used by ,
as was "'- to conform with Nazi de- permission. or as it were, commensurate with

of the organs I r mands on pain of invasion from my station in life which hitherto

(from the stand- TODAY'SHEALTH To stand' a chance of winning land-hungry Jugoslavia, Hungaryand PAUL WORKS A HARD FIELD has been one of no inconsiderable
1940's presidential election, Repub- Bulgaria. importance."
point of work and licanism's two biggest-jobs for 1939 Deeper in the Balkans British-, LESSON TEXT-Acts
18:1. 4.11: 1 Corin "Well "
of health), I could are (1) stopping any prematureboom French alliances with Greece and 'thians 2:15.GOLDEN. replied the judge dryly, f
COLUMNking TEXT-1 can do all things "you certainly seem to have a
not write too often which'might shatter' party
Turkey may meet similar fate. through Christ which strengthened me.- liking for long sentences. Ten
about it. I decid- unity, arid (2) win support from Though expressing gratitude to the Philippians 4:13. years."
Democratic leaders who have abandoned -
democracies for guaranteeing her
ed to write about the liver about
the New Deal. These objec- integrity, Greece has announced she "Sissy!" That one word uttered
four to six times a year. tives clash because few Democratswill seeks remain basis
to on a friendly with the depth of scorn of which
As mentioned before, the desert their traditional political with the Axis powers who now only a school boy'' is capable, is

healthy liver keeps us free faction for nothing more stable than threaten her entire northern front' enough to ruin the happiness of the CLASSIFIED

from many symptoms that the hope that a suitable candidatecan via Albania, Jugoslavia and Bul- one toward whom it is directed.It I
be found. But the G. O. P. is DEPARTMENT
garia. is
would ,make, life miserable becauseit boys
filters poisons from the '''blood, I tackling both jobs with fingers With the Balkans apparently lost should feel that way, provided, of

stimulates bowel action crossed: to Naziism, Britain's last chance for' course, that they are properly instructed 't

thus getting rid Candidates. Most favored presidential anything like a parity of European in home and church so that '

, of wastes, stores up nominee is youthful New power lies in the last-resort military they know that real manly courage around.Chemical. No\Vl1t soil.r.Culture Instructions Gardens chemicals year

\ 4:1, sugar for future York District Attorney Thomas treaty with Russia. The unexpected does not mean being a ruffian or an. 25c. Solless Guild. R., 7, Barryton, Mich.

needs rich, fat Dewey, whose sensational racket- return to Berlin of Ambassador Sir ungodly person. '
busting record is offset in veteran Nevile Henderson has given rise to
foods into conditionto BABY
One could wish that more of that CHICKSBRED
political minds by the realization
belief that Britain seek
be and may peace
Vin. spirit were evident in the Christian
with the Reich rather than accepta FOR PRODUCTION: Ducks
r to build the
4 helps Church. We really have all too RAISED FOR PROFIT: Chicks
blood. Russian pact. SOLD BY QUALITY: Turkeys
many professed believers who are STARTED CHICKS: Pullets
Naturally when the "soft"""afraid of the hard blows of MILFORD HATCHERYDayEvening P.ockdale .
liver itself or its ad- Relief life. These people tell young folk RPikesviile 'I :

joining gall bladder Workers Alliance is a WPA union both by word and deed that Chris- .l

containing concen- which thrives mainly on contribu- tianity is a religion for the soft-

Dr. Barton trated bile is disturbed tions from a reputed 400,000 (out of hearted and sentimental, when as a Bolero

the entire L : 2,756,000) U. S. reliefers. From its matter of fact, it calls for all theredblooded Done in Jiffy Knit
body feels the effect; the skin may Washington headquarters go fre- vitality of the strongestman

be jaundiced, stomach upset by gas quent mimeographed statements for and woman. Here is a place

pressure, the head aches, the bowel'is newspaper men and persistent lob- for the boy or girl, man or woman

constipated, the nervous system byists to plague Capitol Hill. Of the who has a backbone and the spiritof 9w

becomes dull or depressed.So latter, most famous is Theodore Oz- the pioneer. It is a great and

much can an upset liver and man who had his face slapped by I glorious battle in which we are en-

gall bladder upset appetite, diges- Georgia's fiery Rep. E. E. Cox dur- I gaged.. Paul knew it and lived "it.

tion and bowel movement that phy- ing debate on the $150,000,000 deficiency In the progress of his ministry we

sicians agree that most disordersof relief bill. Workers Alli- find him at Athens (Acts 17), where / n-J hfy

appetite, stomach and intestineare ance's most famous officer is Pres- a brilliant appeal to the philoso- u. .Yp;, ae I Ia'
not caused by any condition in M 5 { ident David Lasser, who last year phers of that place brought little epja t l'

the mouth, stomach or intestine but ax + ;f drew from Aubrey Williams, then result. From thence he comes to f
these disorders of the liver and deputy WPA administrator terri- 1 oA //a L' A AY/Ii' I.fie)
by a Corinth, one of the greatest and /iA7 lrllj 'AIVAaVIuru
gall bladder. ble pre-election statement for WPA most wicked cities of the day. Here iiili'dvd/ fiip:::
Animal Bile Used. C consumption: "We've got to keepour he meets a difficult task.I. YifieA /do/l/ I AAA/ drdFA9

friends in power The men rirA9AA /AYAdvAAVeA.AYf 1abllP
As these disorders interfere with Mk "t'.9r'3'W'' /.vdvd A dv.Y -
Inability (Acts 18:1, 4- Ai A
elect should g'
you are going to ( ) be' IAr AYAAOAA AI
the manufacture of bile, many phy- 8). dF 4ve iA AV AV
rLd alCA
those who stand for projects suchas l k
Yd 1' 11A
sicians are using preparations of j A LYAYA .rc p1pA4'
bile obtained from .animals in the welcomed an "insulting ultimatum. WPA sponsored." To call a man a "Corinthian"was AVA ? .1 AVA AVA A 'u
Though Harry Hopkins squelched to label him ;L VA AUlgl
treatment of disorders of the stom- as a drunkardand ,., ./t'
ach and intestines.Dr. that; he has no administrative expe- further Williams outbursts, David a libertine. The town was really ) 1A :r IAY1 A.ur.a./r/7/r1'1; )
rience. Second choice is Michigan'sable Lasser's reliefers no doubt took the tough and Paul walked right into A:
J. M. Winfield, Detroit, in the Sen. Arthur Vandenberg. Trailing Williams advice. Whether their that impossible situation to preachthe

Michigan State Medical Society far behind are Ohio's ambitiousSen. ,vote was big enough remains to be gospel. He naturally first wentto
Journal, records his use of dried bile Robert Taft his home state's for in '
seen, now pending congressare the Jews in the synagogue, but A
(obtained by drying pig pile in high Gov. John W. Bricker, and ex- measures to toss relief back when he preached Christ they made

;vacuum) in 27 cases 'in which there President Herbert Hoover. Since into the states' lap, to junk all short work of putting him out.
appeared to be no loss of bile in the most of boom for federal
danger agencies
a premature present a new Rather we should say he very def-
patients (by drainage) but in which centers in Washington, minority unit, and take politics out of relief. initely separated himself from F

'there were symptoms which might leaders in both houses (Oregon'sSen. Workers Alliance is primarily inter- them. Consider the graphic picturein 1.

have been due to a lack in quantityor Charles McNary, Massachu- ested in the latter. verse 6. But he .didn't go far,

quality of bile in the intestine setts' Rep. Joseph Martin) are reportedly Chief puzzle facing West Vir- he set up his testimony for Christin Pattern No. 6149

during digestion.The urging'their colleagues to I ginia's Rep. Clifton Woodrum., and.. the house next door, where God
chief symptom for which the avoid committments. !
had a believer all prepared to receive This bolero's got what it takesto -
dried bile was given was loss of ap- Coalition. Possibility of Democratic him.Opposition.
the star. Puff sleevesso
petite. When the feeding of the bile support for a Republican candi-'
; helpful the increase in was evidently keen, ( feminine!) and a lacy stitch
Proved appetite date started during last autumn's
and as Paul came and went the that rolls off your hook with amaz-
was evident usually within a "purge" and grew when President
few hours. Roosevelt plumped for liberalism leaders in the synagogue would ing speed! Use two strands of cot-

It should be remembered, how- over partisanship. This season's t probably meet him and make ton. Pattern 6149 contains direc- t
known their plans to destroy him. tions for making the bolero, also
that bile
ever, pills or capsules need I rebel congress gave it more impetus -
only be This, added to the opposition of the illustrations of it and of stitches;
taken by those unable to ex. I and.in late April Mr.. Roose-
ercise. velt told junior Jackson day celebrants wicked city, was enough to discour- material requirements.To .

via letter that the Democratic age any man. obtain this pattern, send 15

Allergic Persons I party must uphold New Deal prin- I II. Divine Encouragement (Acts cents in coins to The Sewing Cir-
cle Household Arts 259
Inherit ciples to win next year. 18:9-11): .
'Tendency'A W. 14th St., New York, N. Y.
few Seizing the cudgel, Ohio's Taft God never tries His people be- '
years ago a physician doing / Please write address
your name, -
special work in allergysensitiveness labeled "the letter an "insulting ulti- t yond their ability to bear. It isnot.. and pattern number plainly.
matum. Said he
at "R -
a publi.cansontheMarch"
to certain substancesusedabout always given to His servants to have

23 different substances in banquet: "To the assurance of success which

making the skin tests. Among these the President, anyone who disagreeswith came to Paul, but in all probabilitythey
him is moved only by preju- How Womenin
substances were ragweed, goldenrod do not face such staggering
dice and is disloyal to his lord
horse hair, cats' fur, eggs and discouragement. In any case, those '
whole wheat. Today he uses over and master. The Republican party who have walked in the valley as Their 40'sCan
welcomes them anti-admin-
400 different substances and it is ( well as on the mountain top with

likely that in the days to come there istration councils. Democrats There is no) to fundamental our party' *sr M .*v*A3 the Lord testify that He gives Attract Men

will be many more found that cause ? strength in the hour of weaknessto

hay fever, asthma, head colds, eczema difference between" us which cannot --""._"'._m.AY< <;.+Yeerv.0.\Vuav.aaYf all those who trust Him. Hera's good advice for a woman during her
be reconciled. change (usually from 38 to 62), who fears
hives, stomach and intestinal Paul assured that she'll lose her appeal to men, who worries
upsets and other symptoms. DAVID LASSER was no about hot flashes, loss of pep, dizzy spells
EuropeFrom Congress fears his union. harm would come to him and that upset nerves and moody spells.
This sensitiveness (allergy) to va- he was 'not to think that he was Get more fresh air, 8 hrs.sleep and if you
his Paris office the need a good general system tonic take LydiaE.
rious substances in 'Chicago his relief subcommittee. is whether
runs families
alone, for there were many of God'speople Pinkham s Vegetable Compound made
just as do tuberculosis, rheumatismand Daily News' Edgar Ansel Mowrer reliefers should or can be denied .even in that wicked city.God's especially for women. It helps Nature build
apparently sent first word of DerFuehrer's up physical resistance, thus helps give more
other ailments. It is the right to organize for
now be- a patently protecting care does not mean vivacity to enjoy life and assist calming i
lieved that almost, two of every crafty scheme to devaluate political purpose. Already on rec- that we shall escape trials and sor- jittery nerves and disturbing change of symptoms life. WELL that

three sensitive or allergic individ- President Roosevelt's peace ap ord are several disturbing facts. rows, but that we are to be kept in often WORTH accompany TRYING
uals have inherited this "tendency"not peal. The scheme: Germany asked Samples: the midst of them.

the ailment itself. Thus the individual nations whose peace Mr. (1) Though David Lasser deniedhe

grandparent may have asthma, the Roosevelt said is threatened, whether is a Communist, most official III. The Secret of Victory (I Cor. Deep PhilosophyA

parent hay fever, and the grand they felt menaced by Germany. Washingtonians rate him distinctly 2:15). little philosophy inclineth

child eczema. There is thus said Though Mr. Mowrer's revelationsand pinkish. Workers Alliance Secre- Looking back on his ministry in man's mind to atheism; but depthin

to be a "hay fever, asthma, eczema subsequent diplomatic maneu- tary-Treasurer Herman Benjamin Corinth, Paul writes of the secret of philosophy bringeth men's
complex" in some families. vers took the edge of Herr Hitler's boasted to committeemen that he his successful work there. This is a minds about to religion.Bacon.Awondcrfulaldforboils.

Cause Can Usually Be Found. plan, democracies had little reason has been a Communist for 20.years, passage that every teacher and
for glee. In the week preceding also that he' reported to
The personally preacher of God's Word should
point to
is ..
of I
Der Fuehrer's
Reichstag answer to Moscow last the Alliance's
year on
course, that these sensitive individuals prayerfully ponder. Eloquence, -
Mr. Roosevelt both dictators
and activities. a where a drawing agent
wisdom and selfconfidencemay
although they have the ,
"tend democracies made frantic efforts is indicated. Soothing
(2) Alliancers have threatenedand be the basis of in the
ency, will not suffer with success Fine for
and comforting.
any line few
I Europe's remaining / '
these ailments-stomach up neu- may some day exert pressureon things of the world, but not in the children and grown-ups.,
upsets, trals all of them located in
the When President Economical.
'asthma and others-unless congress. ministry of the gospel. How well we Practical.
they eat Balkans. At negotiations' end, the Roosevelt asked an $875,000,000 deficiency the most
these foods or breathe in these know that carefully rea-
Rome-Berlin axis had won a signal relief 1
stances. appropriation, the Al- soned and well-phrased
Many drugs, soaps and victory by the message
simple procedure of
liance asked
face powders are responsible for Congress' may' be utterly flat and powerless,
symptoms. There is always jerking a keystoneJugoslaviafrom coughed up $725,000,000. When the while the stumbling utterance froma
some under the tottering Balkan WNU-7 18-39
definite substance causing the White House asked restoration of heart full of the love and graceof
toms, and this substance symp-sub- entente. Hemmed in north and the $150,000,000 cut, Mr. Lasser I God "becomes a fire and a
or south by Hungary and Italy respec- turned on heat and threatened to I
stances can usually be found if searching and a burning, becausethe mODERlIlZEWhether
searched for long tively, the Belgrade government ballot all reliefers on a protest marchto Holy Spirit catches it up and
enough. This joined Germany, Italy, Spain, Hun- Washington. you're planning a partyor
may mean, as mentioned I I bears it upon the inner consciousness -
above a gary, Japan and Manchukuo in the Probable outcome will not be remodeling a room you should
an of men" The
(Morgan) man
great many skin tests. the .. learn
anti-Communist alliance framed follow a 'erl to
The tests are made by a attempt to dissolve the Alliance, who preaches without his soul what's new...and cheaper...and
making mutual
tiny scratches on the defense pact with Hungary but a hastening of Back-to-the-states atremble with the sacredness of his better. And the place to find out
skin-usually and began leading a new pro-Fascist legislation in the hope that individ- his unworthiness and about new things is right here in
the forearm task own an
or thigh-and '
the sub- Balkan entente in which Bulgaria : ualized relief setups will give the this newspaper. Its columns are
stance in the form of a powder or will be a member. appreciation of the power of God, tilled with important messages
union less chance for a unified na' be and learned but which should read
paste is applied to the scratch. I For remaining Balkan states this tional front. may eloquent you regularly.
Copyrlght.-WNU Service. I he will accomplish little for God.


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I : ; \_ Big Top Hits Trail Once More I DIZZY DRAMAS -Now Playing-"ONE VEGETABLE" By Joe Bowers IV

! ; j With Bigger Bundle of Thrills 'I A SCALLION. s) (AWiwv4,rvi uRAPSCALLION

.. Shut down last mid- I =

season _by bad ,business' V y
Ringl ng's "greatest I
show on earth" expects I

... its biggest. run this year .
thanks partly to Charles
LeMaire (left), noted de '. .. ,;.DON'T GIVE\ A RAP \ /' / '!
signer who. planned '''' 'I'/
unique costuming, air- ', / 7
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I are always HOW' SEW RUTH i3y YETH .

i' good circus attractions. SPEARS *'

I Hlodoc, an acrobatic 'i :
! pachyderm, pulled this : .
I head-stand from her also making scrap books of these
trunk of tricks at the EWw articles and when they are com- If They Give Their Best

shoiv"s winter quartersn AND bined, with the two books, they I Men should be judged, not by
Sarasota, Fla. 0 IND have a treasure house of ideas what they do, but by how well
that have been tested by thou- they do it.

i w. : % af: :rro0a2ysr<, :;. sands of homemakers.Book Who hears
r r Mra music feels his soli-
ty .0.2M1w K1ki.
y :: .n .Pw/.YJn+ rnnI
j } 2, Gifts, Novelties and Em- tude peopled at once.
broideries, contains 48 pages of
Rain Will Turn It Black
step-by-step which have
{ helped thousands of women. If Whitewashing a man's character

II I II B,4CKLNG POCKETS FOR EAp your home is your hobby.you will doesn't wash it white.If .
I also want-Book SEWING, for a tree is so crooked that it
POCKET SE FOR STITCH the Home Decorator. Order by makes a picture, some prim,
> EDGE number, enclosing 25 cents for prissy person will want it cut
.__ BINOOJG each. With orders for two bookswe down.

include FREE, a leaflet of 36 Bliss in
TWO pockets on the inside of IgnoringA
authentic patchwork stitches. Ad-
pantry door are used for
dress, Mrs. Spears, 210 S. Des- certain amount of ignoranceis
dish towels-the for clean
upper plaines St., Chicago, lit necessary to the enjoyment of
towels; the lower for soiled ones.' our existence.

The pockets themselves are made Knowledge of our duties is
I s4 from four dish towels with bright often as important as the
J ; ip1Lr I red borders and are hooked onto (c SAFETY TALKS ) formance thereof.
I aiJ1. the door with brass rings. All the _
: dimensions for cutting, and directions
; 4 S\ for making are given here in Driving Ability
the sketch. If toweling by the t _
yard is used, 3Vi yards will be THE National Safety council re- 2&
required. ports that automobile drivers
These directions are not in either reach the peak of their skill and

l% Book 1 or Book 2, so be sure ability after 20.years of. age.
to cut them out for reference. Recent'studies, said the council,
Each of the books contains com- indicate that drivers under 20
plete directions for making dozensof years of age have the highest accident -
other useful things for yourself, rate. This rate decreases
Any kind-for friers
your home and to use for gifts quite steadily to the 'age of about or high egg bred-
eQ \ and bazaars. Many readers are 50, and then increases sharply. 6c up. Ga. U. S. approved, pulloruui
tested. 100,000 weekly. Reds, Rocks,
Orpingtons, Hampshlres, Giants, Leghorns -
Minorcas. AA, AAA, Super A
grades.Light and heavy assorted.Writo
a.Q. ; for details on livability guarantee that
': ..: :. :{ xt' ''. 'r 4F:aw., UU5T4 protects you. We have the breeding
'* w M 'qM.t aY ltfy equipment and experience to produce
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b Y r/4A }w yM f fi AY champion chicks. Oldest hatchery In
",' S1wwKaw.w. rfd'+fi gu ,',raw /' > Georgia and first in state to bloodtest.
I u.r... :f .ono.t.CdwcA.zowvats.t ; .wow...vAwrmrLra,." ri.. Write today.

Horses are also good attractions. Above, Tex Elmlundt, famous BLUE RIBBON. HATCHERY
trainer of liberty horses, puts a quartet through their paces. Be Left, Right She Named It!
215 Forsyth St, S. W, Atlanta, Ca.
low, Achmed, the performing horse, performs for William Heyer.He Mother-How did you manage to "Why, Jane, protested the mis-
leaps directly up into the air and lands in the same spot. This I break my plate, Betty? tress, "that cake is as black as a

is probably the first time such a stunt has been accomplished or Betty-Well, you see, mother, I cinder. Did you cook"it" accordingto
photographed. threw down the towel and then I my instructions? I Firm Foundation
"Well, no mum," replied the ,
l found 'it was in my other hand. Constancy is the foundation ot
culprit. "It's one of me own cre-
virtues.-Francis Bacon.
. To Oblige Him mations.
i 1\
"Are going to produce.
you my Mother to Child-No, no, dear,
you must not put out your tongue
"Certainly! Boy-look in the
every' time you see the doctor!
wastepaper basket and producethis
//i rwf: W Y, gentleman's play." IGood
y /r r \ai, YY 'f y"Jx.} Judge
: ;y. The judge, after calling at the A
Exchanged Tastes office of a brilliant lawyer friend, O
f a"rf xiRfp "How children's tastes do left a law-book on the lawyer's KILLS
change as''they grow' up!t" com- desk. The latter ordered his clerk
plained the mother. "When my to take the volume back to the MANY INSECTSON
two were small, Johnny loved sol- judge.
diers; and Mary was mad on "Ask him," he said, jocularly, FLOWERS FRUITS
brightly painted dolls. But now "what he meant by bringing mea VEGETABLES & SHRUBS
f i'i y r/ aY a J Mary is mad on soldiers, and law-book!" Demand original sealed
Johnny runs after every painted "Ask him," responded the judge, 2544 H bottles,from your dealer

.{yb /%' ff/JOYi. 6NIL' rr.a. doll he sees." j "how he knew it was a law-book!"

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r.> in some practice at his'specially. s:
Reckless: riders, intrepid
handlers of ferocious animals,
horse trainers and the tcorZd's xay' I I 1
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The Clewiston News Ask the next person you meet to any other way now for the store I nearly all of us can get in on it basketball ......._............... 235.10 '
I tell you from what source the tax to be met except that for most editors in Florida farmon Total expenditures during )

.schools derive their revenue. ette tax. And none of us will miss the side and if they raise a basketball season ..........._. 279.43
Published every Friday In Clcwlaton They can tell you who Hitler or the extra couple of cents a pack couple o'- rutabagas each season the Total receipts during bas-
Inc.Florida by the CLEWISTON NEWS.I Mussolini are, but they can't name costs for there isn't a, cigarette' net profit ought to be more than ketball season ................__ 202.54
their state treasurer or answer a smoker who reads this that would they make in their shops and that Total amount due for bas-
simple question concerning the op- wait until morning for 'the chain entitles them to the retirement pay. ketball season May 1,

KEATHLEY DOWDEN, Editor eration of their own city, countyor store to open so he could get two Of course, it may not pass The 1939 ............................--.. 76.89
state government. for a quarter instead of paying ID farmers have no lobby. Total receipts during Jr.

Entered as second class mall matter Daily newspapers, radio and cents straight at the corner .drug It's interesting to watch the Hi. basketball season... 31.04 ,
February 1, 1927, at the Post Office In store.
Clewiston Florida, under the Act of screen, during! the past few years, three entrances to the office of Total expenditures for Jr. .
March 3, 1597.Snbacrlpiloa. have made us "world conscious", Like wo told you two weeks ago Governor Cone. The governor said Hi. basketball season .... 27.86
playing up International affairs: un- folks are going to have to;pay their he wasn't going to stick his nose Balance from Jr. High
Rate !""2.00 Per Year. til we are so busy viewing the taxes. So you can expect. ,; them to into the legislature's business affil basketball ........................, 3.18
European situation with "alarm" begin right now to look into their as far as I have seen, he hasn't, (Transferred to, and
Advertising Rates, On :Application. that we have no time to''give assessments and see whether they're but that doesn't keep folks :.who shown as part of, total

thought to our own affairs. Matters being soaked or treated like their pet hot and bothered about how receipts.)
Devoted to the advancement and welfare -I here at homo that affect our daily neighbors. Tax assessors in the things aro going for or against Total expenditures for en-
of Clewiston and Hendry County. lives we completely ignore whilewe various counties are'golnb to be them coming downstairs and consulting tire school year ... ....... 648.24
work ourselves into it beautiful consulted as never before. They "Uncle Fred" about it. Total receipts for entire t

to memberof lather over the activities of.,for- wrangled all over the House about Sometimes that corridor is as school year .................... 551.87
Congratulations every eign dictators. this coddling of delinquent taxpayers quiet as the Sunday school room of Total amount due May 1,
the 1939 graduating class! .. ......... ........
and the best that could be mUSe a Baptist church Saturday morningand 1939 ............ .. 96.37It
While we agree among ourselves ,
tered in his favor is anticipated that there will
was a slight again it teems with humanityand
The small county steamrolleris that we have the best government
operating most effectively in earth and take pride in the chance of slipping something by the babbling is almost as buzz- be sufficient profit from the school
ion I later in the session. And Clay Lewis annual to make possible a donationto
Tallahassee.Time fact that"e are Americans, we zzzing as that in the lobby,one
tried to make it take four-fifths the athletic fund an amount of
have little knowledge of that gov- floor above. You can tell by that
to get your fishing tackle ernment and individually take lit of the Legislature to do even that. whether the Governor is in. $50.00.
Boy! They're fixing to collect tax-
I interest in its operations.At There's here all
in shape. Just a couple of weeks tIc a liquor lobby
until we can go fishing again. I this moment the Congress of es from here _on out. the time but up to now all its Adair Has Big Yield Of

the United States in ,Washingtonand Now for some random shots: troubles have been little ones., The t
The school bonds arc sold and I the Legislature of Florida in Milk board milk is still a little drug stores got upset last week Onions In Liberty Point

the much-needed new school build- Tallahassee are assembled to ponder sour (bluejohn, as it were) ; slots about the proposal to make them
Ing for Clewiston .will, be a reality over an attempt to solve count- have- as many lives as a catandwill serve their hot dogs in a separateroom -'
before the end of the year. less questions affecting the welfare, need them all, maybe more; but that's one of the bills T. B. Adair, WhO farms in the
I I not only of the state and nation, gas tax has brought a lot of folks that can be put out without a gen Liberty Point area near, the east
Hitler's speech Friday indicates but of each individual citizen. What up here who, didn't find anything eral alarm. There is less "freak line of the county is harvesting a

that he is willing to be peacefulso they do and say is of much more to advocate or oppose when they stuff" in this session than I.-,eve r tremendous crop of white Bermuda
long as the opposing powers are concern to you and me at the pres- got here; plumbers and barbers and saw either in Florida, California, onions from a one-acre. patch at
ready for war. A leopard cannot ent moment than are words or actions beauticians and employment agency Kentucky, Indiana, Georgia or Ala this time.
change his spots and neither cana I of some foreign dictator. folks and a lot of others have been bama-reciting legislatures I. have Only a pound and a half of seed )

man who ran from war in 1914 We can best serve 'ourselves and .I here looking for "boogers" but onlya "sat in" upon. were planted and from this 250

be expected. to. be very warlike in our country: by familiarizing ourselves few little half-grown spooks Next week may develop nothingbut bushels or approximately 1250
1939. with our own problems; be- could be unearthed; there are a lot "heavy stuff" which can be pounds of onions have been produced. -
coming informed as to the thoughts, of two-bit bills that nobody but told in a few important words. Most of the crop has been sold
Excellent prospects for some activities and* actions of our own the one who asked the members to Then I can digress and tell you on local markets for three cents
mighty interesting baseball games leaders; helping them, encouraging introduce them understood or expected about the lobbies and maybe a few per pound.
this summer. The local team is I them and showing an understanding to see become law; hun- words about that interesting sub I
travelling in fast company this sea : and sympathetic interest in affairs dreds of people bought Memorial ject, the attaches. Until, then, adieu!, --- --
son but should be. credit to the I affecting our daily lives. flags from girls here and never

community provided the community knew what they meant; 'committeesare ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION GIVESYEAR'S ::1 READ THE AD$
will give them the kind of back choking off, a lot of stuff that FINANCIAL ACCOUNTINGThe
ing that makes the members put I would keep the legislature here Along With the News
forth their best efforts. Attend the for a couple of years. following summary of the
first game here Sunday! I[ THE LAWMAKERS"IJy Did you see that bill our fellow handling of finances by the high

I I GILUKRT D. LEACH craftsman Ayres of Gilchrist, and school athletic' association has been

....... Florida Nona' Service), Harris of Alauchua, 'put into the submitted by Coach Homer Wake
':":"":":":":":":":":":": ;":":-o.: : : : i (
House? If teachers' ought to keepon field for the school year now clos -: FOR SALEs :-

I Told you last week we intended being paid after they,quit teach- ing:

Too Late To ClassifyBy : to settle some questions up here ing, says Ayres, why shouldn't Total expenditures during

:1 pronto and get down to the real farmers keep on being paid after football season ..........._....$385.2Total Chinchilla Rabbits
RUSSELL KAYNot serious business of fixing the State they quit farming? And, especiallyas receipts during foot-

affairs for another two years. the farmers some years not only _ball season ........................ 321.41
.. . .. . ..'" . 10 ...'- Well, we settled several exasper- get docked on their p'aJbut don't Total amount due at closeof 50c
'" "" ." -" ." up
; ;o. I ating things that arouse the' ire of get any pay at all. So Mr. Ayres football season .......... 63.81 J
long ago was asked takethe a few folks here and there. Thenwe says let's give the farmers all we Total amount of above

part of Dr. Quiz in one of I I gave a lot of time to let some can up to $50 a month if they've: paid from basketball CaU.at Bare Beach

these popular question 'and answer I!of the big boys air their grievances. farmed diligently on Florida clay: ,funds :.._:......................... 44.33 '
programs. Furthermore I was allowed -i!They've got 'a lot of high priced or sand for a quarter of a century, Total amount due May 1, Store

to select my own questions. gab that simply has to be let looseor whether consecutively or by spasms. 1939 (from football) .... 19.48
Contestants ranged from 16yearold I the boys' back home wouldn'tever Watch this bill. If it becomes. law, Actual expenditures for

high school students up to ma- think of employin' them again.
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ture men and women. In the group Now you take this racing investigation . _:-:..:..: ..:..: X ..
: : : ; : .f..X.i.i.-i-i"i---; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ;
; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ;
were two housewives, a salesman, a for instance. I haven't a .,N.N.N.N. :--: :N.'S; NN'NA.. %....-. ,=.........-.........%.N.-.N.N.N.N....-.NN.N.N.N.NNM. .N.N.N.N.N.MNNONNONNONN.N.N....NNONNN. .N.M:NN:N:N:N:NN:N:NiNa
farmer, a doctor railroad .?..;. i'i.
a man, doubt that Senator Graham had ::..
a, school teacher and 'a groceryman.It and still has a legitimate basis for .s..s. ...!.
.. .
was what might be' termed an both investigation and bias. But .._.._. .i'. ..;..
average group, of average intelli- for a horseman, Senator 'Graham ; .:..

gence-all citizens of Florida who exhibited a sad lack of close acquaintance ........_!. ENJOY AN .'.'s..
should possess a general knowledgeof with jockeys. They could -
+' ::'s.
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their state. have told him a long time before '' ... '

Staying away from "trick" ques- the race that other folks had already -' :;::;: < : ,'-: ALL ELECTRIC I :!: 1I

tions, I began my inquiries by ask- anticipated what he intended I .;Ii:. ,.' '. .\ '., ...:-
; ,
ing contestants to name a famous to do and if he didn't changehis : .: ;'{ .s.::

spring in Marion county; a Florida tactics he couldn't even "place"or :;::;: ', :;:' :';-- :':. : ,\ .': :i::;:
:, : HcDPv1EIrpp .
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community noted for the production even "show" on the board. Tak- I. .J "" < s
7' "
of celery; another for the produc- ing it bye and large, the Senator :::i: ; ,4- :'. ,: I _' :i::;:
tion of sponges-and a number of was lucky they didn't impeach him_ .... ,::,.,.,. ,-..'-'.. .. ,',..-.' ., 'l ; .s.....
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similar questions dealing with geo- on some charge or other. .... =s.

graphical locations and resourcesof You folks back home may lookat +.... Xy.s.
the state. this thing different from the ++ :s:::
The celery query stopped one way: I see it, but you must remember :s::: ElectrICIty is the modern servant; a servant that
other.contestant The, high the school sponge student query was an,I say you're this so-called there and"investigation"and I'm here. : takes care of both the work and the pleasures of the ii::;

correct with the answer "SilverSprings" I "hearing" gave the, boys a ; ; ; home and one hat will do everything quickly, efficient- :i::;:
but 'hesitated when I,chance to catch up with what the
asked if she were sure it was boy or girl in your family would ..i" ;' Iy and economIcally. :(.'i..s" ..
located in "Marion" county. designate as "home ''work" All the .... s ..

Turning to state officials I had time this committee situation was investigating :*:* One penny will toast 26 crunchy slices of toast, or .:;::i:
no trouble in getting a quick, ans- the racing there were
wer to the query' "Who is Governor more' than two dozen Senators::: out 3i::: give your eyes two hours of safe reading light or operate **

of Florida?" but three went in other committee meetings disposing :;:
down when It came to naming the of bills numbered from A ** your radio for most of a day-and-ELECTRICITY. is' .,:

Secretary of State. The groceryman to Izzard. It was a Godsend to ::;::::::: one thing that gets cheaper the more of It that ,you use. :::;: .
knew Jim Lee, but I could them. And that's why they've so A

faces tell by of the the puzzled housewives looks that on they the nearly and caught why bills up with are corning their schedule out- :vv;::i: That is why it is so easy to have, and enjoy a home :2 s :=.: f ,

would have experienced difficultyin as fast as they are, or..-in some in- .s..s. s '
.;.+ that all electric and mo d ern. :_:::
naming' the State Comptroller.The :stances-getting their necks wrungin ; 's". I .;..!.
farmer named Nathan Mayo as committee hearings.I .:'.. ....

Commissioner of Agriculture but he I i meant to write about "Lobbies"this YV::... r .'..A.
had no idea in the world who the I week because they are an awfully A

Attorney housewife, General beaming might and confident be. A-, .I.every important other meeting feature of of any this; lawmaking and- :!::f ELECTRICITY. IS YOUR CHEAPEST SERY. M:!::;:

named the late Cary D. Landis. I body, but there ,just won't ':'.. .:...
The question "How much gas be space or time. I do hope, how- .:"s": .! ..

tax does a Florida motorist pay I ever, to write one week's offeringon :!::: ANT-USE IT EXTRA Y A9ANTL Y. :: :
on each gallon of gas?" brought a i that subject. ts M

variety of answers. Asked "Who I Here ,we are starting on the second MI
appoints the Legislature?" one contestant i lap of the two-month 'race and I .S"s. & M
promptly answered "The i several of the horses have fallen :" .;..;.

Governor." Three persons, confusing out. Right now we ought to feel : ,,." ; .' ::'..:.'
.19 .,' .. .:. .
Federal and State I -
thought in that the ,
I saying store ', _: ._.:.
Florida had an Income Tax. tax is going to be off. That half of :s:'. / -' .;...
The lack of knowledge evidencedby .one per cent' has been more oother
this average group-some forty :than it was worth, especially to
men and women-was appalling. I storekeepers. -and they'll bigh Glades Power and light Co. II

Nevertheless, it was, I believe, typ- a big sigh of relief to 'See it ono
ical of a large percentage of our The only tax that has been offer- .i..!.
citizens. Stop the average man on ed to take its place is one by s .t ....
,, the street and ask him to name the Cooley and Robinson to .tax cigarettes :- X; ++
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members of the State Supreme 1. "at the source" and raise approximately Y's"AV
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r Rev and Mrs. F. C. Taylor were religious vacation camp at Deer and Blanche Kerr Brock. EveryoneIs In accordance with the wishes of
I Sunday visitors in Moore Haven Lake, which is a project of the cordially invited to attend both tie Holy I'ather, and the expressed

::1 : I where Rev. Taylor occupied the pul- Diocesan Council. services. !'wishes of Bishop Barry, special
f ) pit at the Methodist church in the An interesting account of the The Men's Class got off to a fiiio
I Ii i evening. Dr. and Mrs. D. M. convention of the national councilof I start last Sunday and it is hoped'players for peace will be read at
I Draughn entertained the Taylors Catholic Women at Hollywoodwas that the attendance will be even''all the evening devotions and after
with a dinner party. given by Mrs. John W Wald- !greater this week. All men are cor-jail the masses in Saint Margaret's
I I: I ron, stressing the slogan of the dially invited to attend and join.(iCatholic Church, according to an
i f ii I Mrs. Claude L. Downs left Sunday -! association,. "Deeds, not words". The class meets every Sunday morn-|announcement issued by the pastor
I on a business trip to The RPV. Cyril Ruhlmaun, S. J., ing at 9:45 with Arch Hodges as' of St. Margaret's church, Father
I: (Georgia. She was DaltOn'j addressed the meeting and urged teacher. 'Lawrence J. Flynn.
i I Sarasota by her nephew, Choir practice this week will be I
j I House. Mrs. Olin Carleton also coun-cil.I II held on :Monday night 'at eight i Is Your Subscription Paid?
:I made the trip to Atlanta with : Catholic women planning o'clock. !
r :1 I Downs, and will remain for l\Irs'l I
attend the Closed Retreat at St. The monthly business meeting of,I
I : ;, I at her home there. I Ann's on the Lake, :May 18th to the Women's Missionary Society FOR RENT.-Three room furnish
i : ,y i 21st; will please communicate, with will be held on Tuesday afternoon ed apartment. Private bath.
I" i : Mr. and Mrs.; M... A. Thomas: left Mrs, J. Leo Gleason of" West Palm I tat three-thirty llie church. All II' Available year round. L. A.
r 1 latter part of the week to re Beach for reservations.: ladies are invited ta attend. A Social Wells., 2tM5-13
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in Jeanerette, Louisiana.. Mr. Members present were Rev. Ruhl- hour will follow.
:I!;\ j who was connected with mann, the Rev. Flynn-, and Miss The deacons of the church will
I :!' I I ,sugar company, ,here, is employ- May Healey, Mrs. Anne Gavin, MissE. meet on Sunday aCte'ruoonIay 7,:II FOR RENT.-Furnished garage apartment -
I in the same sugar house in, Lou- M. Kyle, Mrs. Michael Fischer, at two o'clock in the pastor's study. 'I also one furnished room.
I,: with E. P. Mutrux who re Mrs Irene Davis, Mrs. R. ,T. Mitchell The mid-week services 'have been Phone No.' 76. tfi
,: moved there. Mrs. Tom Craig, Mrs. John well attended and ,enjoyed by all:i
,I Mrs.' P. .J. Hennessy, Mrs. I
I ( I Quinn in our study of the book called
!i I }oIl'. and Mrs. :B. P. Luce II moved I Allie M. Walker, Mrs. William Brady "Our Doctrines". If'you arc interested -
.'I Clewiston the first of the week Mrs. J. Leo Gleason, Mrs. John in learning about what the I
I'I' :! residing ,Here for two seasons. W' Waldron, Mrs. L. E. Hendricks, Bible teaches and what Baptists J. M. COUSECounselor

, visited their daughters, Miss Mrs. J. G. Nelson, Mrs. Claude believe, then you should be at-
I :, who is a student at Flor'Weaver of West Palm., Beach, Miss tending these Wednesday evening I and Attorney at Law

I :i I State College in Tallahassee,!Mary Downie, Rose Babione, Mrs.C. classes. ,The meetings start at eight. Hopkins Building
) ;l.II II' Miss Roslyn who is studying at O. Chartier, Mrs. Mack Cyr, Mrs.C. o'clock and everyone is invited. I
: I Traphagen School of Dress De J. Cronan, Mrs. V. R. Gorham, The monthly business meeting of 1 Wednesdays and Saturdays
:' in New York. Mrs. T. C. Collins, Mrs. Carl :Matheson the church will be held on Wednesday 0:30 to 4:00
;, Mrs. Claude Hicks, 'Jr., Mrs.T. evening, May 10th. at the 1.j .
I Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Yon left Valentine Mrs. Ruth Shotts, close of the mid-week service. Every -
I j; I for South Bay, where Mr. Mrs., F. B. Eberly, all of Lake member of the church is urgedto
: I was transferred as zone fore Worth, ::Mrs. J. V. Francis, Mrs. be present.. FRYERS FOR SALE
: I I by the United States Sugar Preston G. White, of Canal Point,
I II Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Mrs. Walter Ashley, Mrs. J. A. POPE PIUS ASKS CATHOLICS TO
I I are moving from Lake Pike, Mrs. L. H. Nash of Belle PRAY FOR PEACE DURING MAY Geo. Messer
I II and will occupy the fore Glade, Mrs. Fuller King, Mrs. D. I
Ii home here, vacated by the McKenzie, Mrs. F. M. Shaughnessy By special mandate of Pope Pius
I 1 of Pahokee and Miss Eleanor XII, the Catholics of the world are I Countv Line
: Flynn, :Mrs. W. D. King, Mrs. Har praying for peace during the monthof
: f I I Miss Eleanor Flynn, sister of ry Vaughn, Mrs. J. F. Tippey, Mrs.Z. May, a month dedicated to the I Hooker's Point Road
Lawrence, J. Flynn, pastor G. Meredith, Mrs. B. A. Bourne, Blessed Virgin Mary.
I Saint Margaret's Catholic Church Mrs. H. J. Ogle by and Mrs. W.
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I spending several days in Paho- P. Vaughn, sr., of Clowiston.
as the house guest of Mr. and
,I I Fuller King. A dinner party,
I'' fishing trip, and a dance were jimilmm!!! !; fJim mmillilim!: jrillmf!nIWlmmml! IlIlIIllTi-- 1

'iu honor of Miss :Flynn
he last few days. She will return
I I Clewiston tomorrow with Father
I; after his ,church services at EE; Churches yor oa ':
L d 1 1I
F. 1 !Jj 1ljj I f5! \
I Mrs. George Hillenbrand of Mi! f
1j : :: J I Beach last Wednesday was the COMMUNITY CHURCH I I \
II II I I II I of Rev. Father Lawrence J. Royal Palm Avenue 'tI

I I 'nn, pastor of Saint Margaret's Forest Tailor, Minister>r Itl
II' church. Mrs. Hillenbrand .
I Ij leaving Florida next week after Morning worship and sermon, ateleven I
j I in her winter home at o'clock. Sermon subject: Pauet into oblivion
Crises". :-
Beach. Accompanying her on "Some Fundamental
I I visit to Clewiston were the Sunday school at ,9 : -i5 every-fSun-:. "- 'J
Rev. Monsignor William Barry day in the year. With Our Direct-Reduction Home

I Saint Patrick's, Church, Miami Christian Endeavor meeting Sun' Loan Plan each monthly payment
' ,
I i r'r': Ii : I and Mr. and Mrs. John 0'- day evening at 6:30. I ,
Monsignor, Barry is a brother Junior Endeavor: meeting Monday ,o ro i1 oKEt cancels a portion of the loan. That

the Most Rev. Patrick Barry, D. afternoon at 3:30. part is goneyou pay no interest
I I ., Bishop of the Catholic Church 1 I The public is cordially invited
I I :i iI. Florida. to worship in the Community I Mo1RECSY on itand you are that much nearer -

(I.i :: I church.ST. g DUCTON( debt-free home ownership. Ask
} N ; and shall receive further good

I I CHURCH news about our home loan plan.
Mrs. R. C. Wilson entertained Rev. Lawrence J. Flyiui, Pastor
i I! evening bridge club at her
on \Wednesday. Pyrex Mass Sunday morning will be at
i, was won by Miss Mae I eight o'clock here in Clewiston: and Clewiston Federal Savingsand
j who held high score and at 10:30 in St. Mary's church, Pa- .
Pyrex frypan; by Mrs. W. H. hokee.
second high. Confessions are heard ,every Saturday i:I Loan Association
I, Peach shortcake was served by evening from 7:30 until, 8:30
! Wilson to 'Miss Palmer, Mrs. and before all the Masses.
! j ,. Mrs. T. B. Shelley, Mrs. I Weekday Mass every morning ,at
J. Schroeder,, Mrs Roy Alston, 7:30 A. M. Religious Instructionclass
R. C. Nowling, Mrs., H. H. for children is conducted, by

Mrs. C. E. Nall. .. .. .......... ....... ... .. ... .. .. ....... ... .... ..... .. ...
I and the pastor each Saturday morningat : :--: : : : : : : : : :.:.: :.:.:..:.: :..:,--:..:.: :.: ;.:.: : : :.:.: :.: : : : :.: ).:.:
nine o'clock in Clewiston, and -
I : JOHN ELMOHE WINNER after the Sunday Mass in Pahokee.]
.. HIGH PRIZE AT KLUDGE Evening services each Friday; evening + Hi' :
at eight o'clock. OtO I .
1 Mrs. John Elmore was awarded I Special devotions in honor of the "' : +4j
bath mat as high prize at. the Blessed Virgin are conducted duringthe
I bridge club which met with I month of May. j Ii
I I, R. C. Nowling as hostess The____ zeneral_.. __ ,n public.. regardless_ of i; .
I i afternoon. A net of religious belief, is cordially wel
I i I I Spice toiletries was awarded come in this church at any time. .' x
I B. J. Schroeder, who held low '
. 1 iI" COURSE ,
: : .
! 1 Others attending were Mrs. R. C. Corner' Ventura and Central Avenue :. :. ...,. ;,:.. ...:; ,'I
I I Mrs. S. L. Crochet, Mrs. "The Friendly Church" 'z't I I 1f:." > .',1\ I .,
1 \ C. Carlton, Mrs. L. A. Wells, Marshall Mines, Pastor. :;: .-, I t
I t W. H. Lanier'' and Mrs. C. E. :_. I .... I 1t :
I Services every Sunday: .
I I Sunday School, 9:45 a. m., B. 0.?. t .

i I i PALM BEACH DEANERY E. Herring, Supt. I t
! \ QUARTERLY MEETINGThe I Morning Worship 11:00. Ser- t

mon by the Pastor. .
quarterly meeting of the B. Y. P. U., 7:00 p. m., Mrs Her
", : I Palm Beach Deanery, a Cath-II man Davis, acting director. i [ Open to the Public ] J.
I I women's group, was held in Evening Preaching S:00 p. m.,
Wednesday afternoon at Sermon by tho Pastor.
,j o'clock with the ladies of St. Midweek Service every Wednesday .f.
I Altar Society as hostess evening at 8:00, p. m. A
I 1 The public is cordially invited to .v f S X
: Prior to the meeting the group attend all our services. ? .
fifty women gathered for lunch r--- x I
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at the Clewiston Inn.
I The pastors message will be .
The Rev. Father Lawrence J., "What Consecration?". This is I : t
Flynn welcomed the visitors and the first Sunday in May and Mayis .
an inspirational talk. Mrs. "Consecration Month". The choir t Moderate Green Fees
: Claude Weaver, president of the will sing '"Bearing His Cross for
( Deanery, presided at the meeting. Me" by Robert Haikncss. :.f I i Exceptional Fairways :
There of ,
were reports the various The Sunday evening message will .0II -
: : "t '
: :i: study clubs and societies affiliated be "Minding Your Ownf interesting Greens
with the deanery. ,. : which is also in keeping Duslness"I ; II'I i
1 Mrs. J. Leo Gleason, chairman of plans for "Consecration I --- _
the study group, urged everyone to I The choir will sing "He's *.. .. ..
..)o:NN:NN'NNN?M"JMJ*, M JMXM>XMJM tN>X Ne MwtM>; :*>M(";ii* ;. i cooperate toward the success of the I derful,.Savior" by, Virgil! P. Brook

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SYNOPSISMary trash! However, "you may rest as- Mary glanced shyly ,at the clear-. buzzed with laughter ,and conversa- of carbon.. t

sured that 'your story-what's. the cut lines of the man's profile. He tion. At first, Mary thought per- There is ,no cork in cork legs.

,Loring and her rather Jim an. Ineffectual title by the' way?" looked ,rather bored.' No doubt his haps she and Mr. Buchanan would The name comes from Dr.

attorney, meet a train which brings "Their',Son," Mary replied. taking her out to lunch was. only a have to find another place for their Cork, the inventor.

his Cotswell wealthy and sister-in-law her friend, Lelia unmarried Ormsby.Linnie di- "You may rest assured that 'Their necessary evil as far as he was con- "spot' of lunch but the captain The ladybird is not 'a bird. It" )

vorcee for a Christmas visit. Waiting at Son' will be given a sympathetic cerned-the courteous gesture made miraculously located 'a small table is a beetle.

home for sister.them Ellen are Mary's her father's mother nagging her reading. We like your style, and by a publisher to one of his con- for them, decorated by three yel-,
younger :
maiden sister. Aunt Mamie and Peter the the realistic manner in which you tributors. Perhaps he was askingher low jonquils in a bud vase, and
At the depot Dr. to talk about herself in ------------------- -----
baby of the family. handled the situations in At Sea. merely plumped against a window.
Christopher Cragg helps the guests with order to avoid the trouble of mak-
their luggage. Mary is secretly In love with Once an author has appeared within "What sort of cocktail would you
Doctor Cragg. In leaving, her Aunt Linnie our pages, he's given, as far aswe're ing conversation. "My home's in like Miss Loring?" Phillip Buchanan Jlsk Me JhiotKerA
'urges Mary to visit her In New York, but. concerned, a place in the sun. Hawkinsville, Iowa" she began asked
Mary refuses. Mary works In a rental library almost before he had suc-
where she spends her spare time In fact, on second thought, I'll prob- obediently, feeling that at heart he ceeded in getting his long legs be- A General Quiz
writing short stories. Mary father Is let ably just turn this over to Mr. Van wouldn't care if.she hailed from the neath the cloth.
out as railroad attorney the fees of which Fiji Islands. "I'm just visiting snowy -------------------------
were almost the sole support of his family. Winkle-not put it through the my "None, thank you," Mary re
To she decides to begin writ. the dull aunt in New York for a while."
earn money He glanced abruptly at, gold turned. "You see ." The Questions t
Ing In earnest. Mary feels sure that her "Oh, so aunt lives here?"
watch to his wrist. "Lord! your
strapped "
the "Fine! the What Roaring
newest story "At Sea. would please man replied. "Well, 1. is meant by' the -
editors of National Weekly. After finishingIt It's nearly one o'clock, and I havean "Yes my mother's, sister. But you don't mind watching me drink, 40's?
she calls Doctor Cragg.who comes to the with Ford Hansenat she's. going South sometime in
book store for a current novel. Falling froma do you? Have you decided whatyou'd 2. Who had the "face that
ladder while getting his book she regains two. How about having.a spot of March, and I'LL probably return to like to eat?" launched a thousand ships"?
consciousness to find his around her. lunch Hawkinsville. I-I really would like
arms with me, Miss Loring?
Mary glanced at the menu in her 3. How fast could Walter John-
He tells her he loves her. and then tells her to stay in New York indefinitely.
he Is to be married the coming month to a Mary's hands clutched convulsively hand. "An Egg Benedict, I think, son throw a ball?
girl he has known all his life. Despondent. beneath, the protection of the coat "Why would you like to stay in and endive salad." 4. Is there such a thing as' adoublejointed .
Mary decides to accept her Aunt Linnie's which lay across her lap, and, to New York?" Mr. Buchanan asked."I .
"Egg and endive salad : ?
at ,
Invitation. In New York her aunt laughs i person
her for her plans to write and Insists that I her embarrassment, her face should think it would be easierto Alphonse, for Miss Loring, and I'll 5. Has anyone ever seen the

she meet as many eligible men as possible.The flushed scarlet. Phillip Buchanan, write in a country town, away have fillet mignon with sauce men- other side of the moon?
letters. One. from
week two
the National new Weekly, with a $100 check for the editor-in-chief of the most popu- from' all the hurrah. Besides, 'you'reright uiere. Coffee, later." He glancedat 6. What is the difference between, 1

her story, makes her deliriously happy. The lar magazine in the United States in touch with a certain type of his watch again. His life, thought a thief and a robber?

other conditions from her at sister home tells are her getting that worse.financial was asking her to have a "spot of life which, judging from 'At Sea,' Mary, seemed to be run on sched-

The next day. at a party given by her aunt. lunch" with him! "Why, thank you're particularly capable of han- ule. He had consulted that timepiece The Answers

Mary meets distinguished Jerome Taylor, you," she managed to reply. "That dling. Hawkinsville is a country exactly five times in the past
man-about-town. and 1. The streets of New York be-
wealthy middle aged town isn't it?"
will be fun. "
effusive Count Umberto BaHancl. The hour. "It's a quarter after one, he
tween Fortieth and Fiftieth
count's oily manner nauseates her. A note Buchanan leaped from his chair, "I suppose that's what you'd :callit announced. "I'd better tell you what espe-

with from her her not father to mention the following the family's day pleads financial I and went towards a cupboard at the Mr. Buchanan," Mary replied, we' have in mind for you, Miss cially district.relating to the Times Square

plight to her aunt. After reading It I far end of the room. "All right," hating herself for the resentmentthat Loring. Both Mr. Van Winkle andI
she forces herself to begin A ork on her he said. "Let's go." And openingthe had crept into her voice. "Thepopulation's are enthusiastic about 'At Sea.' 2. Helen of Troy.
next short story which Is more difficult to 3. A test made at the Remington -
door, he dragged out a camel'shair almost ten thousand. The plot of is
write than the first. She labors on until course, not particu- Arms Co. showed that Walter
her aunt Informs her that Count Umberto. top-coat and slid into it. "I Then, with a chuckle, "In fact it's larly new, but then, after all, no plotis. ,
Johnson threw ball the rate
whom Leila terms a sponger and fortune want to talk to you about a seriesof been almost ten thousand, for the You attacked it from a fresh a at
hunter Is to take them to dinner that eve of 122 feet second.
ning. He takes them to a garish restaurant shorts, and this is a swell op past fifty years! Most of the boys viewpoint, however, and we liked 4. No. Loose per stretched
Vfl Greenwich Village. That evening Mary portunity." leave for Saint Louis or Chicago ,to the manner in which handledit. or liga-
sends her "Their Son" to the National you ments give the
story. appearance.
Weekly. She goes to see Phillip Mary felt dizzy with excitementas get positions as soon as they're fin- Now, we feel that 'a series of 5. Inhabitants of the earth

Buchanan editor of the National Weekly she and Phillip Buchanan, closeted : ished with high school. or college. shorts, done in the same style, can-
to whom she has given her last story. I not see the other side of the moon,
ir one of the silent elevators ofMary Some of the girls marry and go might be used by The National I
because the rotates its
moon on
away. A few new families dribble Weekly over a period of several
I axis at the same rate that it revolves -
CHAPTER VI-Continued I into town every year, and the men months. Say, one every other week. around the earth. There-

-6- get employment, at the leather fac- And, in time, if they prove satisfac- fore, it always keeps the same

She smiled at Mr. Buchanan. tory. People die, babies are born, tory, and click with our public, we face towards the earth.

"Yes I t but the population remains' the will, of course, gradually increasethe
am Mary Loring. ot 6..A, thief is one who deprived
"You took me rather by sur- pay. another of property secretly or
prise." The man finally looked at her."That's "I'll do my best, Mr. Buchanan," without open force, as opposed to
interesting, he commented she said breathlessly. "I'll start in
"Oh! But I thought Miss Hicken- a robber who uses open force or
and the faint lines around his tomorrow. 1--1 think I have a plot I violence.
looper announced me!I"
mouth crinkled with amusement. in mind right now. And then, of

"She did, of course. I mean thatI r "Tell me. What are the-ah-entertainments course, you have 'Their Son.' "

was hardly prepared for a debu- & ? What, do people do '
"Yes. Van Winkle will give'thata
tante.. 'At Sea' has" the wisdom of all the time?" reading within a few days, if pos- FOR OVER 70 YEARS!

years in its theme. "Well," Mary replied
sible. We're'
practically deluged Almost since the War Betweenthe
"I'm twenty-two' Mary replied, 0 under his half smile, "there's the with scripts right now, but manyof States, 'Wintersmith's Tonic

as, if that explained everything. 0 little country club, three miles from them are unsolicited, ,and I'm has been widely used for,the reliefof

Phillip Buchanan smiled, and his town, and set high up on the bluffs sure he'll give 'Their Son' some Malaria, and as a General Tonic.

teeth seemed very white becauseof overlooking the Mississippi. The preference as far as the time element All over the South, for nearly four

the contrast they made with the men, and some of the women, play is concerned." generations, millions of people have

tan of his face. "All of that? Do golf there during the summer, and "Is there any particular treatmentyou known and trusted Wintersmith's.Get .

sit down, Miss Loring. I'm so glad every Saturday night there's a din- ?" a bottle TODAY, and give it

you dropped in. I've wanted to tell ner dance with Swanson's orchestra "Simply stick to writing about the a chance to convince YOU, too.WINTERSMITII'S.

you how' very much we liked 'At from. Burlington to furnish the mu- type of life, you know," Buchanan

Sea.: It's scheduled for publication sic; end even though. Art Swanson replied, cutting short her question.He .

April fifteenth." could never, in anyone's wildest mo- ; then attacked his steak and,

Mary seated herself in a chair ments, be termed a second 'Paul for the ,next few minutes, com-

which faced him across the desk, Whiteman, the music is good. Real pletely ignored her existence Still TONICContagious

the envelope containing her manu- ly, it is! Then, there are two movie resentful, she adhered to her vow

script held tightly beneath her'right houses, and often we, get picturesthat of silence. Buchanan, however,

arm. "Oh! Not until April?" felt dizzy with excitement. J haven't even been released in didn't seem to notice the deficiency, Laughter
': Saint Louis yet. And, of course, the There is nothing in the world so;
"Not until April? Mr., Buchanan and luncheon would probably have.
repeated. "Why, that's giving your the building which housed The National churches are very active, and there gone on indefinitely without further irresistibly contagious as laughter

story an early publication! Don't Weekly, descended twenty are any number of I church dinners I exchange words, had it not been and goodhumor.Dickens.HEADACHE.

you know that our material-at leastas floors to the lobby. Mr. Buchanan, during the winter, with the womenof interrupted presently' by a young

far as fiction is concerned-is was taking her to lunch!, Mr. Buchanan the guild cooking and serving the man with an engaging smile, who

planned months in advance? In wanted to talk to her abouta food themselves." spied them from an adjacent table, ?
series of "shorts" for his maga- "And darned good food, I bet it
fact shelved and to to Buchanan.
we a story we had came, over speak -
zine. She mentally estimated how isl"! Here Is Amazing Relief for
arranged to publish on that date in Conditions Due to Sluggish Bowels
.order to make room for yours. By many words she could write a day; "Oh, is it! Fried chicken and He was short and dark, with gray )::1 __J.It youtanlaatfvae

the way, have you written anything how many hours it would take to cream gravy, and corn on the cob eyes that were serious yet friendly. lIt J.1I1'W,, fUi__'f'iUlJ) act aU' ngnable alike. JUS$a try=atlr.this. l
revise and polish what she had writ- in the summer, with great slabs of 1.1: I "'f'F So mild, thorough re-
since you sent us 'At Sea'?" "Hello, Phil," ,he said cordially, freshlag invigorating. Dependable relief from
ten.; She must not be hasty or care- chocolate cake and home-made ice- sick be3cUcbes, billoW s1)cl.\3\ tired 1ceUDg when
Mary produced the envelope con- coming towards Buchanan,with out associated witb constipation.Without .
less. She should, she figured, allow cream. And in the winter, luscious gct a Dos of NE iron our
taining her precious script, and stretched hand. "You're the very Risk t- Make the test -t en
herself two mornings for the ham, all coated with crisp, brown delighted. return the box to us. We will
I hoped to today. U not
placed it on the desk before him. person ,
original composition, two additional sugar and baked in wine, Boston refund the purchase
"Hello Jim! Glad to Th t' fair. t It 1
see price.
"Indeed I have, Mr. Buchanan and you ,
mornings for revision, and a fifth baked beans, and loads and loads of Get NB Tablets today. .
here it is. Another short short." Miss Loring, this is Jim Ormsby. I',
sitting, perhaps, for perfect retyp- tiny biscuits, fresh from the oven. CARRY
Jim Ormsby! Could this strangerbe ALWAYS RELIEF
Phillip Buchanan glanced at it, of the QUICK f
ing script. "Stop! You're making my mouth ,4r UK6 rAIOIDr
put it on a pile of papers at his They had reached the water Lelia's former husband, or were FOR ACIDINDIGESTION '
lobby, now, Lord! The people in those there number of Jim Ormsbysin IIJ" .:fuJ$
left, and then casually lit his cigarette and were heading for the street small towns know how to live!I" any Q """. m' ''J
New York? "How do do?
"That's fine. I'll you
turn it
door. "I
say, Mr. Buchanan began "
"In-more (
ways one, Mary she returned. l4l
over to Mr. Johnstone today. "you don't mind barging all !
said tensely, her thoughts flashing "What's on your mind, Jim?" Phil In Anticipation
Mary's clouded with disap- the way down to the, Lafayette, do
eyes ( back to her father and mother; a Buchanan was asking.UWon't you Looking forward to a pleasureis m
She had ? My appointment with Hansen'sin .
supposed that you
sudden wave of homesickness and sit down?" also a pleasure.-Lessing.
Mr. Buchanan, himself, would read neighborhood.. pity assailing her. "At least, they "Thanks, no. I'm dashing off to

the story-perhaps this morning Mind! Mary would have gone to know what Life is all about. They're keep an appointment. It's this, Phil
while she sat there in his office. Chinatown, or Great Neck, or Tim- -
closer to it somehow than
peoplein -Paul Waring and Lorry Wood and
Johnstone?" she buktu with him, had he suggestedone
"Mr. repeated
of those the cities. Closer to Life-and I are running up to my place in IsoAToo "
spots as a lunching !
numbly. Death-closer to each other. Some- Connecticut over the week-end and DAue \ f7t
"I don't mind all STORES _\ ''
place at she -
"Yes, one of our readers. Then times get annoyed because
you everybody we want you to make a fourth. Bad-
evidently sensing her disappoint. returned. "I've wanted to see the in town seems to know club know LARGE yu' SoornE
your minton at the you and ? d
ment, he explained, "You see, all Lafayette ever since Greta' Garbo innermost secrets-yet, on the other plenty of Contract between drinks. t..as 1 ...
in 'Romance.
material submitted to The National appeared hand, you know that those very How about it?" ML4o ''tshsy .
Mr. Buchanan looked
Weekly goes through a regular rou- puzzled. people care-and care terribly
same it's idea
I 'Romance''? Oh I remembernow. "I think a swell Jim.
tine. Mr. Johnstone reads it first, yes, when you're sick or dying, or in Count in."
All about minister !
a young lessedRelie,2MERCHANDISE
separates the wheat from the chaff trouble. lilwt4s
; who fell in love with an actress! "Fine! I'll give you a ring tomor-
hands on the possibilities to Mr. Their cab drawing before N EU RIT>5
That's right. Some of the scenes was. up row, and inform you on all the finer 4TATI ,
Rn cU (VUu
p M a AGO
Arbuckle, who in turn does a bit were supposed to be laid at the La- Lafayette, and Phillip Buchanan points of the situation! Good-by,

more weeding. After which, what- fayette. Well, I don't know that turned abruptly and faced her. Miss Loring"TO

ever is "left goes on to Mr. Van you'll find a great deal of the at- "That is the kind of people you must ( BE CONTINUED)
Winkle. He then okays what he of the sixties write about!" he said. "That's the
mosphere remaining,
considers best suited to our needs but it's a good place to eat. Comeon life you know. You were born to Decorations for Wedding Day I

and sends it on to me. A sort of we'll hop a taxi." it. You were raised in it. You've On the island of Papua (or New

survival of the fittest, as it were!" Once in the cab, he settled him-. been steeped in that atmosphere.Now Guinea) the natives decorate them- Must Be GOOD ti tito

"Heavens, what a test!" Mary replied self comfortably back against the write about itl"! And with an selves gayly on their wedding day, H

that elusive dimple playing at leather cushions, as if to snatch a 'energetic jerk, he tugged open the using bright-colored feathers, bone beConsistentlyAdvertised

one corner of her mouth. "I'm sur- bit of rest while the opportunity of- door of the taxi. ornaments shells and beads. The

prised that anything ever reaches fered, lit a cigarette, and said, The Lafayette was seething with main part of the wedding is a sim-

your desk! I had supposed .. ." "Well, tell me something about activity. Smartly groomed women ple 'action-the groom goes to the-

..- ."That I read everything that yourself, Miss Loring. You're, from were lunching. at "tables, for two" bride's home, takes her by the hand ti BUY ADVERTISED GOODS

comes to the office? Lord, no! I some small town in the West, aren't with smartly groomed men. Larger and leads her to the new -home he

couldn't wander through all that you?" tables, surrounded by males only, has made ready.



i TIN 1 -

\ AROUND % Items of Interest

i j. OUR COMIC SECTION the: HOUSE : I 9s to the. Housewife_. ._

I _

I Ij Stains on Fingers. Pumice Adding Height to Room.Heightcan
j stone is useful in removing cigarette be added to a lowceilingedroom
and ink stains from the'fin- by using striped wallpaperand
gers. Simply wet the stone and long window draperies.
[UI J I Snoopie .1 0I rub it against*the* stain.* Fjesh Doughnuts.-Put* freshly

When Buying Garments.Lookat made doughnuts into a covered
the seams to see that they havea dish while they are still warm and
generous width and firm finish. they will stay fresh longer.
* *
i i'I.
'I. Saves Pressing:-If you haven't Keeping Cream Fresh.Creamwill
I time to press the tie your husband keep fresh for a day or two
wants'to wear in the morning, roll if placed in its carton in a basin
I it up tightly and leave it over half filled with cold water. Muslin
IG Ir I\ night. All the little creases will placed over the carton with the
ends touching the water will help.

I I H. out.What to Eat and Why.

U C. Houston Goudiss Considers the Question: How

i y yf Often Shall We Eat? Suggests That Some People

May Benefit by More Than Three MealsBy


ONE of the questions I am frequently asked is whether or

f it's advisable to eat between meals. Any answer
I. 2 -y must take'into consideration number of factors. It is true

j-N ( 1K that many people experience a desire for food in midmorning -

mid-afternoon or before going to bed. Some begin to

H nibble as soon as they feel hungry, and often they continueto

i Hi eat in excess of their needs. Others, trained to more self-

restraint, refrain from-eating, because they have been broughtup

HL i with the idea that no food __

should be eaten except at reg-
Very young children-in the tod-

L .19 ::: ::: ular Unfortunately meals. it frequentlyoccurs mid-morning dler stage-are feeding frequently of given orange a

:::: :::: based that upon neither actual procedureis food juice milk, with or a one mid-afternoon or two crackers.cup of

(Coprlgbr. SV. N V.) And some school children also
i requirements. make better weight gains if they
: I Consider the Day's Food NeedsIn pause in the middle of the morn

arriving at any decision con- ing, or take an after-school snack,
WE 15 PRETTY USEFUL cerning between-meal eating, the of fruit juice, or milk, and
IN THE HOUSE, day's ration shouldbe crackers.

i ISN'T regarded as a Aged persons often require more

P 7 Y NATURALLY J Ji' whole'. If the foods than three meals. That is because
served at break- large, heavy meals might overtax
a fast, dinner and their digestions, and three light
lunch or supper are meals do not usually provide adequate -
\ carefully chosen, nourishment For this reason
I II 0 with a view to nutritionists advise that they
I i meeting bodily requirements have a light, mid-afternoon pickupof

ij ., ,.. there a hot beverage and crackers;
. WQ "':'-i'-i'.v. should be no need and perhaps a cup of hot bouillon
l' :: for many adults to before going to bed.
\ eat between meals.
Don't Overeat
PI tifU \ \ On the other
I hand, it should be borne in mind Thus, it is evident that there are-
i C that dividing the day's food into numerous instances when there is

I 1..;,) what we Americans so often call justification for departing from the
"three square meals," is primari- accepted routine. But it must be
ly'a convenient custom. One rea- remembered that as the numberof
I I son that it has grown up over a meals is increased, the amount
period of years is because it allows r>t food taken at each one shouldbe
r the maximum free time to' decreased. Otherwise, an undue -
I I DIDN'T MARRY pursue our various occupations. Ina strain may be placed upon the
I HIM FOR AN number of countries, a fourth digestive organs.
ORNAMENT/ meal is an accepted part of the Then, too, no matter how the
i \ F day's routine. No Englishman, day's food is divided, it must provide
for example, would consider go- all the substances requiredfor
i ing without his afternoon tea; and sound nutrition. Otherwise, the
workers pause in offices, stores body will be improperly. nour-
and factories, as well as at home, ished, no matter how many mealsare
ByJ. for a brief rest and welcome re consumed.The .
diet should be built first of
Millar Watt
HOW Many the foods-
i all around protective
In recent years, several scien- milk, eggs, fruits and vegetables,
i tists have advanced the idea that which are such an importantsource
J some of us may benefit by eating of necessary minerals and
more than three meals. At a lead- vitamins. It must also supply protein
6WNU Bell Syndicate.-WNU Service. ing university a few years ago, for growth and repair, carbohydrates
two distinguished investigators and fats for adequate energy -
concluded that smaller and more and sufficient bulk or cellu-
frequent meals would promote lose to promote normal elimination -
general health and well-being: for r/
S. many types of individuals. They the Diet Balanced "'*
i I STE 'e e 11J suggested lighter meals, but pro- Keep
< I fc oN-r OF 4r MOVINA ; posed as many as four, five, or Whether you serve three hearty
uroWos ( cT; even six feedings a day. meals and forego eating between
I .M % Another well-known authorityhas times, or follow the plan of pro
i I 1ou G E71DAvI6 performed various experi- viding a mid-morning or mid-
ments which effectively demon- afternoon pickup, you should meet
1 i A strate that a light additional mealin the requirements for a balanceddiet.
mid-afternoon, consisting prin- This, you will remember
cipally of a milk beverage, in- from previous discussions, includes -
: T creased the efficiency of workers a pint of milk for each
and helped to reduce fatigue. adult, a quart for every child; an
I Relieving Late Afternoon Fatigue egg for each member of the fam-
ily, or at least three or four week
H: Many people experience a tired
T I serving of whole ,grain
feeling about four o'clock in the ly; one a
cereal; one serving of meat, fishor
i afternoon. During the working
U chicken plus a second source of
I day, they gradually utilize available -
E protein, such as meat, nuts or
) food energy, so that by late
dried beans or two vegeta-
I peas;
afternoon, the supply may be
bles besides potatoes, one of which
with both
greatly reduced-along
( should be of the leafy green variety -
mental and physical energy.
; two fruits or one fruit and
Here is a case where eating be-
hT WAS GOhiEIF tween meals is regarded as a decided one fruit juice.
I ., I'4-A1 TSEea1AVE.! g>-WNU-C. Houston Goudiss-1939-61.
I c{ 13Ac KiN'UP .. advantage, provided the
I I 7+IIPrEINTO: -Ar food is carefully chosen. A glass .
P F1zs1 ri4su i'D of milk and a few crackers, or JARM0R0LNEII
I ), i: 4Ava eS'r PPi EDI3E some other carbohydrate food, will
heft to renew energy, relieve the
i r-"
I I +II1J- tT !
: : ) 0 feeling of fatigue and bridge the
i ., -. I gap to dinner. It must be remem-
I : bered, however, that the extra
S.,, P meal should be composed of light,
easily-digested foods so as not to NEW YORK WORLD'S FAIR
II destroy appetite for the following
By G 1) meal. Wo have trained College Men and Women
(Christians.to accompany VlsltorsthronBhout -
C. M. Payne Young Children and Elderly People at a New very: York modest City fee.and.Mar the I World's send details Jfair.
\ how this Individualized personal Borvlco
'I ; II Children of certain :::ages, as well will save you considerable money, time,
I, : OWNU as'adults benefit by a schedule effort and anxiety.
e Bell SyndJcate.-WNV Service. may JOSEPH A.LEWIS,521 Fifth ATeuue.NewYork'II
,I! .., that includes an extra m al.
''I i





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Portion !English, forty per cent on social :I flowers: were calla lilies. The trainbearers I tricia Bailey, Harriette Alston William Authorizing the City of Clew- )
Schools Receive McCracken. Iston.' Florida, to adjust, settle,
studies. GO! per cent on natural science were Shirley Anne Owen l compromise, or discount, during
and 56 per cent on mathemat' and Mary Catherine Dyess, who i Semester: Nancy Wright: Janice the period from the'* time the V

Of Race Track Funds ics. Instead of these being the I II were dressed h1i, long Norton, Mary Ruth Johnson, Jo said and proposed September bill becomes a law
organdy! 1939 all ad
class averages -In the ( different subjects dresses and 'pokebonnets.As Ann Crouch, June Espenlaub, Ruth valorem taxes assessed against

,: they repi'f!'eni('li the percentage the 'mounted the plat- Emrich. the taxable property In said city
,\approximately: :!i ,.SOOOf the $0- queen for the year 1938 and all prior
r ;,(II received bthe county: com- }' oJ sjiudmts' : 'inureaverage I form, tho '.king look: the beautiful Si\th Grade:- year thereto. '
f' Sth 'Month Lewis Bloiint Rich- This the 18th day of April, 1930KLHEnT .
mi--.ion: : this week from the delayed I In these: test;; j jI beaded crown from the white sat :; L. STI' ART.:

r.'oe; track funds will go to the I The class' average likings were.I in pillow carried by Harry Vaughn)I II ard Hanna, Nick Schiffli, Sherwood April 28 :May 5, 12, 19, 26:
county school board. Mentality, 5G; English, '63 ; Social j and I placed it upon the queen's bead I I Hall, Leonard Moore, Willie Smith,

U was decided at the 1J0ar(1meeting Science, 51 ; Natural Sciences (j 51 I midst the applause of the 1.udience'l i Martin Waldron, Parmelia Bourne, l

Thursday afternoon that and Mathematics { 9. The state average )[ The queen's entertainers then I Ii I Sue VonMach, Christine, Redish IN TIlE CIRCUIT COURT OF TIII2TWELFTH
in each of the "I Semester: Lewis Blount, Richard JUDICIAL ClltCUl'r OP
was fifty and a of
this money should be used to pay i, were announced program FJ.JClJJIN. AM FOR IIEXDUYCOUTSTY.
which! made the Clewiston! I Hanna, Nick Schiffli, Christine Red-
janitors and but: drivers in full as"H subjects 1''pretty drills and dances were given .
bifs. students well aiovc average on all by groups 'from various grades. I II dish, Sue VonMach. IN RE: )
oth general fund '
\\ as 'r PETITION
; L. M. ST. MARTIN -)
Teachers'! salaries may be delayedfor subjects. I The first grade was represented hjrin 'i Seventh Grade:- BROWN TO TAKE CHARGE)

a short time until the next' al- i group of May dancers, the boys I'I'i Sth Month: Marianne Jones. "I II OF( ESTATE AND AND MANAGE HER OWN)

lottment of sta-le money for this! !': KOUB1XHVL'rJ, ;:! concluding the dance as each placed Semester: ,Marianne .Jones. I BECOME A FREE PROPERTY.DEALER.AND. ))

purpose. '. : SCHOOL 'EXl'H'I'OUnXBY.: ja.i| miniature May crown upon the 1 Eighth Grade- DECREE.
Clewiston : I who his 8th Month: Elbert Hooker, Gloria -I This cause came on to be hoard
Charles E Miner .1 -- I| ]lead of the .Girl was' part- Upon the Master's report filed hereIn,
board member and s?cretary-treas-I I ,I ner. I II I McDuffie, Anne Pafford.Semester and upon consideration thereof, ,
association 'of!ten-nls !I : Elbert Hooker, Gloria 1 IT IS ORDERED. ADJUDGED AND '
urer of the state These dancers were Vivian Croy, DECREED as follows:
school board members reported ona Jcal I courts Monday afternoon, Maria 'I Melba Ricks, Sue Holland, Margie McDuffie I,[ Anne Pafford. 1. That this' court has full jurist
Tallahassee on Mondayand Robbing defeated Bud Vaughn G-l, Fielder Willie Mae Ninth Gradc- diction of the subject matter of this
visit to i II I I D.ixon"Lethea I I' cause and that all proper and necessary -
Tuesday of this week to workin I 6-3 S 6-4 to win the school champ Bethea, Ann Slonaker Bobby Bern- None. steps have been taken IncIdent -

behalf of /the new school code ionship. | I' cr, Vclney Robbins, Kay Bowden, I Tenth Grade:- for this and final necessary to presentation

which, is soon to be acted, upon by In the first round of play last i( John Swidle Ernest Redish, Nor-I 8th Month: Renee Wethington. 2. That the report hearing.of the Master

the Legislature. lie also conferredwith week Bobby Broadfoot was defeated : !1 wood Norton and Rannon Semester: Renee Wethington., .. appointed herein be and the same
l .
Representative Elbert L., Stewart 6-0, 6-0 by Marie Robbins; Son- !I A group from the immons'I'I Juniors:- is respect hereby, and fully the confirmed applicant in L.every M.

and Senator David Elmer Ward ny Vaughn 'was 'defeated, 6-1, G-2 I! presented a pretty .hoop drill in Sth Month: Florence Graham J. St. Martin Brown who is known as
I I D. Hooker Louis Leiter, Dick Pat- Mrs. William L. Brown 'Jr., and who
important to John Robbins Ed VonMach was
on other legislation i I by ; i iI "rhich each couple ,used a colorful I is now a resident of Clewiston Flor-
the schools of the county. defeated G-4, 6-2 by Bud Vaughnand I rnd decorated_ hoop most effective terson. ida, be and she is hereby granted a
I I LeRoy Hare was defeated 6-1, Seniors:- license in accordance with the prayer -
11y." This group included Wjanda
of the petition, and she Is author-
Eighth Month: Roberta Spicer,
'' : 6-4 by Dick Owen. In the semi- ; Jean Augur, Nora Oglesby i ized to take charge of and control her
!'Etherton- Building I finals last Thursday and Friday(I Doris Simmons, Joan Walker, Wil- LeRoy Hare, W. C. Owen, Jr., estate, and to become a free dealerin
Bernice Guthrie. every respect; to contract and be
t Robbins defeated John Rob- I George Smith,
Cabins nia Jean Tingle, Cleo Scott,' Esther contracted with to sue and be sued,
Tourist ;: bins ,6-2, 6-3, and Bud Vaughn I Brewer, Edward Ricks, James :I Honor Roll For Year and to bind herself in all respectsas
1! 6-0 3-6 I Juniors:- if she were unmarried.
defeated Dick Owen ,
7-5.1 I Ricks, James Elkins, James Cooley, i I DONE AND ORDERED at Ft. My-
is cousfructini inthe hottest- contest of the Billy Pre'vitt, Gene Mills: and William Florence Graham, Hervey Bourne, ers. Florida- this 24 day of April,
Glen I tournament. J. D. Hooker, Louis Leiter, Dick 1939. *
three new tourist cabins on a lot I I McCracken. I Patterson. GEO. W. WHITEHURST
west of his service' station I A flower dance, in which the'
CLASSES Seniors:- true copy published April 28, May
which: should be ready for occupancy -I HOME GIVE ECONOMICS FASHION SHOW HERE I I I girl's dresses were fashioned to I i Geo. Smith, Bill Owen, LeRoy 5, 12, 19. I
of weeks. I II ,
within a couple represent flowers was given by Sue ;;
Hare, Roberta Spicer Bernice -- - -------------
He is also moving five-room house I VonMach, Marianne Jones, Doris I I GuthrIe.. '

which he owns in Hooker's Point to The first and second year Home : Poole, Parmelia Bourne, Beatrice I I I UK Suprarlnnd NOTICE District
: Drainage
be placed at the west end of the< Economic classes presented a fashion I Pratt, Dixie Poole, Betty McDuf-i I CARD OF THANKSWe I i Taxei for the year 103J
in which he expects! show.a at:; the school auditorium I
sE'rvice'station fie, Christine Redish, Mary Lynn I I i
night before a large and I
to reside. i Davis and Betty Ross Springer.A I take this means of expressingour I in accordance with the provisions of I
The tourist cabins- are units 12 I appreciative audience. Members of pretty ribbon drill was given I i ii appreciation to our Chapter 18287 enacted at the 1937
many Session of the Legislature of the
the classes modelled dresses which
feet by" 24 feet each with two i by a of girls from the third '
I group I friends in Clewiston for' their many State of Florida and approved by the
rooms completely separated and they had made themselves in grade. Each was dressed in a be- acts of kindness expressions of Governcr of the State of Florida
shower and toil- Mrs. F. C. Taylor, Mrs. H. T. j'I on May 20, 1937, the Board of Super-
each with private I ruffled short" dancing dress of pink I, sympathy and floral offerings during visors of_ Sugarland Drainage Dis-
and Mrs. C. J. Lowoni act-
et facilities. Hot and cold water Vaughn' crepe paper and carried streamersof the time of sorrow caused by trict, a drainage district organizedand
from solar ed as judges and presented cash i I 'existing under the laws of Flor-
will be furnished a system ribbon which were used in vary- death of beloved
the untimely our I ida, and embracing lands within
two dollars and
of fifty
The cottages are of frame ing positions during the drill. Carline -. baby daughter and sister. Hendry and Glades Counties, has
cents to Roberta Spicer, winner in caused to be prepared budget cf
construction with metal shingle ,, a
Berner, Carolyn Robison, Bet-, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cothern I the debt service requirements and of
roofs. Paul Bussey is the contraot- the first year group and Gaudy ty Emrich, Barbara Bruce, 'Jewett 'and family, the costs of maintaining and oper-
Waters, winner in the second year I ating all of the :works and improve-
or Golden, Joyce Lewis, Marcia Norton -
LaBelle, Florida.
group. I II ments of Sugarland Drainage District
o "-' ,i Gladys Shirley Krueger and of administering the' affairs of
-. / I Students participating were Leah Ruby Jason Dixon, Jean- the District generally during the year
Seigler : Building Richard, Billie Hooker, Christine I I'I I I NOTICE beginning on the First day of November -
Dobbins Marilyn Shelter, and
1939 and ending on the 31st
v i Bell, Gaudy Waters, Violet Bethea, Mary' Elizabeth Humphrey were in Notice is hereby given that the day of October. 190. Said budget
Duplex Apartment'I Betty Bailey, Roberta Spicer, Louise I Board of 1'ublic Instruction 'of Hendry among other things shows the
II[ the ribbon drill. County, Florida, will on the 6thday amount of Unit No. 1 Debt Service
Roath, Edna Leiter, Thelma Ricks of June, 1939.until two o'clockp.
The Maypole dancers which Tax, Unit No. 2 Debt Service Tax.
Zena Belle Pullen, Maxine :Doty; I m. eastern standard time receive I II I Unit No. 1 Maintenance Tax and
'unwound the Maypole -caiuJ aids for the construction of
wound and
Construction is going ahead rap- 2
Lee Prldgeon and Beulah Guthrie. I la certain school building at Clewiston. Unit Ne. Maintenance Tax per acre
idly on a npw duplex, apartment jl. I 1:without an error were from the .Florida. A certified check or bid I necessary to be levied upon the lands .J}
I I bond in the amount of $500.00 must within said District for the year
: Administration ,fourth grade. The dancers were
the block west of the "I I
accompany each bid for it to be con- 1939.The
Building for Jo' D. Siegler of' Dental DialogueContinued -- I dressed in bright colors and' carrigd -s!sidered. Plans and specifications maybe said budget is no"on file
the !r of flowers which, uponthe obtained from L<. Phillips Clarke, and may be examined at the officeof
LaBelle. Paul Bussey is con I ropes '
Architect, West Palm Beach, Florida, the Secretary of the said District'
tractor. I 1: conclusion of their dance, they'I upon the payment cf $20.00. The sum at Clewiston, Florida The Board of

The main building: is 32 feet bj ( from' Page One) 1'I I placed before ,the' platform to make of plansand$15>0fl will specifications he refunded have when been the I Supervisors District will of meet Sugarland,at 10 o'clock Drainage in
,8 who'. laud been sent by a medical for the processional of the turned to the Architect in good re-I
44 feet and has a front porch 'I a path the forenoon on the 15th day of :May,
doctor,' to have a tooth X-rayed dition. 1939, at the office of the Secretary
feet by 27 feet. It is of frame con- court. The Maypole dancers were
All bids should be addressed to
I I of the District in Clewlston, Florida,
struction on concrete piling foun- and could not 'see why there shouldbe Mary Louise Thomas, Ruth Emrich, S. A. Graves, Superintendent of Pub- for the purpose of hearing objections

dation with metal shingle roof. any connection, between a bad Jo Ann Crouch Grace Ward, Nancy 1 c .instruction LaDelle, Florida Hendry, County and marked Florida -: I and complaints with respect to the

Each apartment will contain a tooth and ,the stomach trouble I ) Wright, Jacqueline Bledsoe I Bids for. the construction of schoolbt'liding. ; said transacting budget, such and for other the business purpose as of

spacious living room dining room,, which had been bothering him. .Margie Allen, Janice Norton, Dorothy -I' T.V- BI'ITcl resi-rvc'S, the right to may properly come before said meet-

bath. The resultant. conversation brought I Young Patricia Bailey, Sally -ii-f-Jrct any and fill hids. ing.DATED
bedroom and t
I I II I (SE,1L) f'"q! TOMEU TAYLOR. THIS' 25 day of 'April, 1939.
The building is expected to' be opt the close relationship between i Graham, June Espenlaub, Louise Chairman, Board of Public BY ORDER OF THE BOARDOF

ready for occupancy about the-- first t the teeth and the, various organs of Prewitt and Mary Ruth Johnson.An Florida.Instruction, Hendry County,I SUPERVISORS DRAINAGE OF SUG-DIS-
of June. I the body and also brought out manyof I amusing drill was that of II :T T EST: TRICT.

the more recent -advances in !'the I "Ten Little Su flowers" each 1 IS. A. GRAVES By F. DEANE DUFF,
I Superintendent of Pub Its President.
MUCH INTEREST SHOWN dentistry -which'permit much better of whom had his face stained lic Instruction, Hendry April 28, May 5.
work less to the I fountv, Florida. s ,y
EXHIBITION with pain the center of
IX HARLEM brown to represent
May 5, 12 19, 2C, June 2.
patient. r. sunflower and wore a circle of 1.

The exhibition of the Harlem ----- I yellow petals around his face and I NOTICE

Academy, showln"; the! variety of Baccalaureate] IS-T; : I I a cape of green. These were boys XOTICI:

work done in the sowing, art and 'I from the second grade: Edward I. NOTICE is hereby given by the NOTICE is hereby given that Beryl

manual training classes, was held fit I j i iI Bourne, Dick Schiffli, Bub :Mills, undersigned of his intention to apply Bowden intends to apply to the
to the Legislature of Florida at its Judges of the Circuit Court for Hendry -
the school on Friday and Saturday. I I (Continued from Page One) I Billie Haynie Clifford Bealty,1 regular session in 1939 for the passage ry County, Florida, for a decree ,and
Embroidery weaving, pointing, cro- uniph over seemingly I Jackie Redish, Harold Broaderick, : and enactment of a special bill, license to manage, take charge of
inSUrmOul1t-1 the substance of the and control her property, and to become -
cheting, cabinet' work: and other able obstacles if they Wilmer Bishop and Jimmy Fields being as follows: I a free dealer In every respect.

products of .the' classes were dis- proper courage and faith. I s : I

played. In the evening a fashion The sermon was simple, straight-: Altogether, the program was a )
I .,... .... .., ., .
r.--t' "" --
sham? was 'staged by the sewing I fotward and easily understood and !I beautiful' event, and added a great ...: '" '::!':: 'l'r"" "f ''i.J.2UillillllW! lJl.11lli! J IIIIIIIIII I'{ IIIIIIIIIIIIII I 11I1I11111111r\, IIIlJ.J.J.J.l1ll1y -

classes, showing the dresses made I appreciated 'not only by the graduates -!I deal to; the(closing 'week of school. !r h : ..

during the year. I bur by the entire, congrega, I ,
Prizes were awarded to Marion tion. I HONOR ROLL, .
Matlock, Dora Lee Epps, 1 Edward The program consisted 'of the I I v h
Ealy, James Modest, Dozell Verner processional, "See The Conquering I I First Grade:- ?

Dollie Mae Brown, and Mrs. Hero Comes" by 'the Clewiston ,8th Month: Lionel Beatty, Bobby :;: THE OPEN DOOR ::

Pearl Varner, who wpn' the attendance -I Community, Church Choir; the invocation Berner, Richard Knight, Skippy '

prize in the adult night by Fr. L- J. Flynn, pastorof Cothern, Volney Robbins, Jimmy y
.. .
sewing class. St. Margaret's Catholic; Church; Roberson, Harry Vaughn. ..'.
+ -:- :-
Among the articles displayedwere a hymn by the contrsjation: ; Scripture Semester! : Lionel Beatty, Bobby y y

candewick bed spreads a crocheted reading; Anthem, '"The Lord Berner. Richard Knight, Volney y y
wool afghan, pillows, scarfs, Is My Shepherd" by' the lewIston Robbins, Jimmy; Roberson, Harry I :: Can you afford to close the door in :y;: t
buffet sets and other embroidered School Chorus which was followed Vaughn.

articles, pictures drawn and. color- Ly tale sermon by Rev. Evans. I 1, Second Grade:-, / I :!:: the face of your friends for a consideration :!:

ed, and others painted in silhouette A congregational :: ? 8th Month: Jack Davis, Bobby
of less than J lOc day?
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on glass, novelties, such as :pincushions ed the se.'iron, F.:. Flynn fOllOW-I'Hanna, Charles: Miner, Nadine Andrews i per

:/ calendars, etc., radio ,: tables ed (the: lencdlctioa/ and the :Community Christine Espenlaub:::: Shirley y y

.magazine stands medicine Church choir' tang as a recessional Owen, Corrine VonMach Marjie I :: In times of emergency sickness or :!:

cabinets and two splendid wardrobes !';;; "'I he Heavens Resound." McCracken, Alfred Dodge. ,
of'the cabinet work :!: death the telephone is nearest ::
Most : -- -- --,---- Semester: Bobby Hanna, Charles your

was made by utilizing packing boxes Diner, Christine Espenlaub, Shirley h h
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and other wasted material, and Owen, Corrine VonMach; Marjie Mc- v

was done largely with tools which Cracken, Alfred Dodge. y y

,interested friends loaned to the \ ( from! p.igr lu.if" ) Third Grade:-' :!: Make an end to isolation by seeing' :!:
school. U1'3 '. i Month Carlino Eerner, Barbara :=
: arirnc: /i.: [ .I'I'ial rf 8th :
The enterprise showed by thA he "<)'*rt, were Hen !, ""on a-, Bruce Mary K. Dyess, Lillian I l ::!: our ."manager today. for telephone :::

school "is a credit to the tow'o and I r, ,v (1 1'--iv T r c1'"I i' T'-o\ c.ivi, -;' -. I ''olden, Betty Jean Moody, Marshia );: service. .. .;.

the presence of about twenty-Mr-- 1 a1d I ('a::.h P.icai'd! < Jii-e J I-i'o'r.! |! carton,. Dude Smith, Dick Schiffli, ," .t.
white people, who attended the e- -. -I''r. A","hu"ioi: .. id 1 TI'i\iu.e I.tii; 0.1| :ra Ivolstad, Harold Broaderick:, I :: ;, ; ', > ':: -it: ,< :;:

oninq; exhibition shows the interest COI-IK :10 V:riV "0\vncrt 1-1 JJ'US i'l'' .'' ifford 'Beatty.ei. +' "
'the town has in this splendid worl:, r,! ;rcl floor-le11 h r.or-lvt-1: rn'l! I Ir :? .:(: ,tel': Caihro) homer, Bar- ..;. _' :... ..+.

--- >an jcI( 'u'l1 bo'ru 'I.C "r i ",'ar1'oiin. Lara Brace, :Mary K. Dyess Lillian

COIUIKCTIOX I l.he--1 : I Coldeu Betty Jean ,Moody, Kim yf

Thi' Kiii I ;}; i 'JOI'c hu p :ice: or: th '" ; >,1S1J, Clifford Eealty. I 1 f: ENTER COUNTY TELEPHONE

In an article oonotrmn': '< the p'a'fr.) ] cI h-: ; : '::'- i r''K"voicoivo ;\' o curt l Grade- I
, mental aptitude tests taken by tr- Fee:1. ',* HO Cl".l'ecn':1 8th Month: Nancy Wright, Grace .0. : .

Clewiston seniors and their excellent I I dress var' G, >" ", '.";.'s o. 7cndy' :'h't' I Yard; I !:u'y''Lomse Thomas, Louise I .t.: &; TELEGRAPH COMPANYfJAGE 3.. .

i; t. showing in these tests, the the :'he--t !n'u' "ko\r" '-11:1: '"i'fY'! :. t :?1 cwi..t. C tIcLeod t Janice YI
News stated last week that the bodice, ,_ \\i1' l'' Jo tT
a very fn'l on ; ar <1 la Norto'i "I:: 'Y Ruth Johnson, :

l 6Gntor avprn-:ed C2 per cent on inn Uni Of white. i-irr \. June Espenlaub P-a- it .
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