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YOL1DIE 13, NUMEEIl| 2v CLEWISTON. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MAY 10, 1939 SUBSCRIPTION pp
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STEWART'S BILL FOR EVERGLADES GOLFASSOCIATION


FIRE CONTROL ISAMENDEDPASSED I .

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The new Everglades fire control I ,. .
... .-\.t.-. < ',;} .' SUGARTALKS '"" Something entirely new in Everglades -
bill sponsored by Representative El < I( f !t \ athletic activities was

bert L. Stewart of Clewistonlacked ; gjr' ; :< ,, brought into being last Thursday

... < : .' By Clarence R. Bitting r. evening when representatives from
only the overnor's signa- : /t ., i 'J i Clewiston


l although ture yesterday in a considerably to become a differ-law ; > ; '.)f 1 h :; .:i if' the at Clewiston an, Belle eight Inn Glade o'clock and and dinner drganizcd Pahokeemet at:

,
ent form from the bill which ''wa the Everglades Golf Association.

first passed by the house. :', !::?+ .. ." Food '. ,{')}r;,;::.< "The new association was organized
Foreign SuppliesConsiderable .
-' .." : ,; : .. for
The bill, which carries a $75,000 t, ., '. -,- '; '- ', ,"- '. ( the purpose of increasing
golf interest
-" throughout the 'Glades
for
appropriation fighting fires in !

the Everglades muck lands and _, I (section during the summer and to

which' originally called for a boardof heat has been generated during the past few weeks promote golf competition.

directors to consist of twelve relative to.a few tons of tinned beef from the Argentine. President ( E. M. "Doc" VanLandingham of
men, one from each of the eleven South Bay was ejected president of
1 Roosevelt stated that Argentine tinned beef was both better and cheaper the
counties in the Everglades Drainage association, E. G. Kilpatrick of
than American canned meat. Ignoring, for the moment, the controversy Port Mayaca
District and W. V. Knott, state vice president, and
relative to both quality and price, which are but slight incidents Don Young, Clewiston
treasurer as the twelfth member, professional,
was sent to the senate after the to the problem that has been posed for the American people, let us secretary and treasurer.The .

house had approved it by an overwhelming examine the fundamentals involved in this situation; these fundamentals new organization will be di-

vote. This bill named are all condensed and consolidated in one short, concise, clear and vided into three sections, one sec-

the members of this board and gave straight-forward question, nanely-sl1 the -American people bo deprived tion comprising Pahokee, Canal
/ them the authority (1.0 appoint the Point and Port Mayaca; another
of their historic and inherent right to supply their ,own needs? Belle "
fire chief and wardens for the dis- Glade and South Bay; and

trict and to name their successorson the third Lake Harbor, Clewistonand
In 1934 Congress wrote a most emphatic YES! in' answer to this Moore Haven.
the board after serving a two-.. These sections
year term. question when the Jones-Costigan sugar legislation was enacted, and will divide their golfers into three

In the senate several'amendments I again in 1937 emphatically denied the American people their historic \ I groups according to handicaps, one

I' were added chief of which was I and inherent rights by extending the monopolistic rights to our markets group constituting golfers with

that the governor should have the freely granted foreign countries by the Sugar Act of 1937. I handicaps from 4 to 12; another

power to name the twelve membersof group with handicaps from 13 to

the fire control board. The house 21; and a third group with handi-
Sugar legislation was the opening wedge for foreigners to supply
received the amended bill the first caps from 22 to 30.
all our needs. In sugar there is no question of price as all sugar is sold
of th/ week and concurred in all I r The Association will meet in
1 in the open market at one and the same price. In sugar there was competitive
but one of the amendments which play one day each
was thrown out when the senate I, no question as to quality because sugar is produced in the United week, either Sunday or Thursday,

received the 'bill for the second Staes'under much better sanitary conditions than in foreign countries. and each section will place a 6-man

time. American sugar workers are much better paid than those engaged in the team in the field. Each section's

Representative Stewart, who has production :of sugar in foreign countries. Sugar is a non-surplus, crop, team will be ,made up of two players -

I also been working for a federal considered by our Army and Navy as a critical war-time raw material. each from their three handi-
appropriation to carry on a survey cap groups. The personnel of these
the American
Despite all, these considerations, Congress prohibits 'people
for fire control in the 'glades last ,.. teams will be entirely changed each
from producing even as much as one-third the sugar they consume.
week sent a wire to Senator Charles week, thereby enabling all golfersin
4, .
O. Andrews asking if he thoughtit every section to participate in
-', The wedge for foreign production of our necessities of life was fuin- several events
possible that the agricultural department through the season.
or other governmental ished by our Congress when it guaranteed foreign countries ,and other The association's competitive

agency .was. likely to make an appropriation .., offshore areas over 70% of our sugar market. The wedge is there season opens Sunday, May 28th at
for this work : -Id "':" :::\- '-"and it should not 1 be surprising to the American people' If .the-:door- .j .' the Clewiston Golf Club. Play thereafter -

,. _- Senator Andrews, in his reply,. ,. is forced open so as to guarantee to foreigners two-thirds of our re- will alternate weekly between I

sent the following telegram: quirements of beef, lamb, pork, poultry, eggs, butter, wheat, corn, the: Clewiston Club and the Lake
Betel HR 5269 contains an am- Okeechobee Club at Port Mayaca.
cotton, textiles, vegetables, shoes, clothing, hats and all the rest of the
endment agreed to by the senate as The competitive season will run
long list of necessities, comforts and luxuries which go to make up
follows: quote emergency erosion through September and a beautiful
control. Everglades Region, Florida the American standard of living. When supplied by foreigners,. all of trophy; will be awarded the section -

for research and demonstration/: these items of daily use will be produced by peons, the unemployment .: i \ I compiling the most points over

work in soil conservation control rolls in the United States will be swollen beyond the most extravagant.; / I this. period. Scoring for the most

measures. Including fire control imagination, and the Nation crushed under a staggering load" of taxes I part will be conducted on the Nas-

and 'irrigation construction work to and debt. ; I sau system.

eliminate fire hazards in the Ev- .1 Players competing in any'or

erglades region of Florida, $75,000 The American way of life can still be saved for' the American the weekly events will .be requiredto
provided that no expenditure should pay an entry fee of $1.00 when-
of dominance be removed
,: people. The entering wedge foreign can
be made for these purposes untila ever they participate. This
the iniquitous Sugar Act of 1937 and returning to the Am- money
at least by repealing
sum equal to such ex- will be used for ,awarding weekly
penditures shall have been made erican people their historic and inherent right to supply their own; needs. prizes. About once each month the

available by the state of Florida! association will hold a general meet


It for is the hoped same that purpose.the house End conferees quote.I '.'1. '. I. ., ...... .,. .,; .,. >., '. ".. :)... .. :.t',>. ,::..J-of.' :.._. :>.1#'" ..J.J.: : ::, ;_. -- "_,..,<..;,.-r : ;.r.;;:,,'.. : :, ,, open boring to coast all Glades clubs will golfers.also Neigh-be invited -

will agree to this amendment." .. ..-. 'r- ...' .... ,. ... ... to participate in these month-
i It is understood that the fire __ _\ .' ., ; >: \ ,,. ,:: r: : 7. end events.
control law passed by the senate -
On Sunday, October 1st., the as-
contained an amendment setting up
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this additional $75,000 in match-

ing funds.Fishing. n. c. NOWLIM OPENING "
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BAIJL5ECUE STAND TODAYA
I Season To
:.... DRIVES GUIDE PILING Supreme Court Turns
George Royal SpeakerAt new barbecue stand which has

Open On SundayThe been erected by R. C. Nowling
The government drill barge At- Back Drainage CaseThe
Kiwanis MeetingGeorge just east of his service station will

las went out from :Clewiston Wednesday be open/ for business today.

disciples of Isaak Wallnn to drive several markers The building, recently completedby
may begin putting their tackle in L. Royal, prominent Clew- the United States Supreme Court contractor J. F. Tippey is a neat
which will enable boats using
shape this week for the closed season iston businessman, was guest speaker sent back to a federal court in frame structure 18 feet by 20 feet

on black bass comes to an end I at the regular meeting of the auxiliary channel into Clewiston north Florida the first of the week with asbestos-cement shingles on

tomorrow and those who wish may Kiwanis Club at the Inn Wednes- from striking the rocks and com- siding and roof. About 'six feet off
of
litigation brought by a group
again enjoy their favorite sporton day night. ing to grief as did one pleasure bondholders of Everglades Drain-I' the back: of the building is parti-
Sunday and thereafter. Mr. Royal complimented the Ki- off
tioned as a kitchen and a long
boat a few weeks ago. age District:: bonds in an effort to
It has been the !belief of many wanians on their program and the counter extends almost the entire
r that the season ends May 20 and good that the club had accomp- It Is understood that these piling I set ,aside special ta\ levies made length of the front or service. room.A .
'I for the district by the 1929, 1931
markers are only a temporary ex-
that fishing will be permitted on lished in Clewiston and gave a quadruple folding door opens almost -
and 1937 sessions of the Florida
J that! date. However, the law has brief history of the development of pedient until such time as the the entire front. A barbecuepit
been interpreted to that the the Everglades since Lighthouse Department can place legislature. Justice Frankfurter
t mean area he came is being- constructed in the rear
I ll the to the effect
) dates of opening and closing March here. He spoke also of the. prospectfor permanent beacons and markers. delivered that the district opinion court of three I lof the building and is expected to

15 and May 20, are included as future development when restrIctions be complete the first of the week.A : .
ass-em-
judges had been improperly
closed dates.; This being the case are lifted from sugar pro: ENGINEER EXAMS ANNOUNCED prize of $2.50 in trade is be-

Sunday will be the opening day.A duction and urged the club to cooperate bled.The ing offered for the best suggestedname
new law passed recently by wholeheartedly with the Competitive examinations are to I federal court followed the for the new business.
the house of representatives of United States Sugar Corporation in be given soon by the U. S. Civil lead of the state supreme court in /I

c + the legislature and possibly acted their fight to have the quotas lift- Service Commission for chief en- delivering an opinion last year refusing CATTLEMEN )MUST KEEP

[ upon by this time by the sena'te, ed.A gineering aid, $2,600'a year; .principal -I an injunction against the STOCK OFF LEVEESA <

... reduces the bag limit on all types resolution was adopted by the engineering aid, $2,300 al legislative acts of the three' sessions -
of fish from twelve to eight a day.I club urging the Legislature to en- year; senior engineering aid, $2- which reduced the taxes in the federal court in Jacksonville
I
LaKe' Okeechobee was one of the act a law for auto driver's licensesin 000 a year; engineering aid, $1,800a district below those established" by Tuesday presided over by Judge

_dew b.odies of water where an exception accordance with the wishes of year and assistant engineeringaid the original act of 1025.. Akerman, made permanent a temporary -

to this law was made but I the lieutenant-governor of Kiwanis $1,620. injunction granted a year

it Is understood that this new law: from this district who is working Applications must be on file by Among those who attended the ago to the U. S. Engineers to pre-

I will still affect the days catch hard' for such an act. Monday, May 22 at the district baseball 'game in Hobe Sound Sun- vent cattle grazing on levees around

: of bass, even in Okeechobee.The J. M. Couse of Moore Haven- wasa engineer office in Jacksonville. The day were Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Lake Okeechobee, principally that
law closing the lake to black' visitor at the meeting. of Moore Haven.
northwest
examinations will, be given in Fort Carlysle, Mrs. I. S. Bell Mr. 'and portion
bass fishing from March 15 to I Myers. Mrs. D. B. Allen Miss Marcia The Lykes Brothers' Cattle Com-

r'. May 20 says that bass may not be I sport fishermen have gone ahead I :Avant, Miss Roberta George, Miss pany of Tampa sought to preventthe
taken during that time. Some fishermen from fencing the entire -
through the season enjoying the Mrs. Thomas B. Shelley, Mrs. E. Hazel Prince, Mrs. Dick Hooks, engineers
i have'interpreted this to port the same as before and have I II E. Kelly, Mrs. C. E. Nail and Mrs.A. Margie Allen, Miss Christine Bell, right-of-way along tho levee

mean that. .they may be caught if not been molested by conservation A. Munroe were shopping : in A. W. Johnson, J. H. McRee, Miss which kept their cattle away from:
returned at once to the water Many officers certain _water holes.
.. West Palm- Beach Tuesday. ;. Bernice Gutbrle and Jack Kinsey
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I U. S. Revive Traditions
WEEKLY NEWS ANALYSIS BY JOSEPH W: LaBINE Colleges Getting It Right ,


Rome-Berlin Diplomatic Tactics As Alumni Return to Campus During its whole life, a nat-

uralist says, a bee only makes

.. about' one-tenth of a pound of
--- ---
Designed to Speed New Munich; may ana June are com honey. Will moralists please

mencement months on note. Especially as we take the

every .u. S. college campus honey, being a busy bee hardly
France Britain Lack Direction a period when alumni seems worth while.A .

,, return to their former uiSI uiSInn stuffed fish is prominently "'

(EDITOR'S NOTE-When opinions are expressed in these columns, they stamping ground and endeared displayed in a hall in New York
used for lectures and public
traditions
are those of the news analyst and not necessarily of this newspaper.) are re
meetings. It bears the legend:
_______ Copyrltht 1939. vived. One typical tradition
is illustrated at the "Take a lesson from me-I

EUROPE domination over the ,Djibouti-Addis'' right, where Helen Deer wouldn't be here if I had kept
: 11: : my mouth shut." Neither
Ababa railroad, joint control over and Maxine
Laughlin ,
Forgotten Patient the Suez canal and an adjustment p would the lecturers.A .
smoke the"pipe of peace"at
regarding Italians in French Tu* dictator knows a good coun-
Poland the No. 1
Early May found the Kan-
nisia. University of try when he seizes it.
source of European trouble, but the sas commencement. Every Some women give with a smile ')
far
cancerous sore had spread so LABOR member of the graduating and take with a tear. -
Poland's were al- : '
afield that woes .,
'
most forgotten. Specifically Ger- FDR Dog House class does it, sending up q' ;< /
in smoke all
wanted Danzig (whose385,000; 1 grievances
many In 1922 half million U. S. coal Mexicana Adds That
population is 96 per cent German) a students may have nurtured -
the miners struck from April 1 to Sep their college -
and a 15-mile-wide path across during
tember 6. In 1939 about 360,000 soft- Smartness Linen
Prussia. Far to
Polish corridor to East careers. Thus they y
coal miners went out not to
again,
I
more adamant than her protectors, all leave on friendly '
celebrate seventeenth anniversarybut %
a
Britain and France, little Poland
because C. I. O.'s John L. Lewis terms-supposedly.
bravely let her foreign Minister Josef -
__ ,
ordered it. Reason: C. I. O.'s United I!<'oo
Beck reject the Reich's'demandsbluntly.
'I Mine Workers demanded closed
a A
dictatorial
., Next she gave
to President Ignace Moscickiand shop to protect itself against threat- :\'
powers
fate ened "raids" by a rival A. F. of L. f .
stoically awaited whatever .
union. Guided U. S. Conciliator
might be shoved down her throat by by

., .the machinations of Europe's five John R. Steelman, employers andC.
powers. President Moscicki watched I. O. representatives argued one

',his nation's troubles spread into the month to a stalemate, operators of-
confusion fering as their "final" proposal a
following, hopeless :
checkoff system under which mines .
Anglo-French solidarity, highly
would remain an open shop but dues * Czecho-Slovakian
touted after the
would be levied against both union ..
t1 2V
'and Memel crises, had broken down -
and non-union workers. C. I. O. re-
completely 'for want of purposeful ,
jected ,this and by May 1 some 460- :M
direction. While Britain swerved p
t
000 workers were 'idle. Meanwhilethe
back'to policies and
appeasement
nation faced its worst coal short- /
outspokenly urged Poland to sur- '
age since 1922.

t;<.,. f..n t:": r Pressed by public opinion. Presi-
dent Roosevelt finally"decided his ) 4

S x. conciliator should get tough. Lec-

tured Mr. Steelman to weary con- Jij
-
ferees: "I insist that you bring this Pattern 6317

matter to a civilized conclusion. It % yry..i. .
W
.r
/2 Mexico, land of excitement and
J ill behooves grown men : to se-
riously contemplate open warfare color; served as inspiration for

The American public will not these fascinating designs for' lin-

stand for a state of insurrection ens. 'Bright prints from'your

brought about by,an industry involv- scrap bag form the easy applique

ing' a vital minority of :our population Above Court patches while simple embroidery
: Supreme
." adds the finishing touches. You
a Justice Stanley Reed(third can turn out a delightful tea cloth,

A few days later settlement ap- from left) joins Yale towel or scarf quick as a wink!

vn peared imminent; certainly not per- 5 alumni in singing "Boola Pattern 6317 contains a transfer
manent, but the simple type of set
tlement John Lewis has offered all Boola" at the annual barn pattern of four motifs averaging

along and which thus, far had re- rIyfiry party where, each commencement 5% by 83A inches; patterns for ap-

rv ceived no consideration. Four times time, a distinguished plique patches; materials needed;

before the 1937-39 contract expired, alumni is presented color schemes; illustrations of
f: ir stitches.To .
U. M. W. A. proposed that it be ex- with the Montclair Yale
obtain this pattern, send 15
tended until a new agreement could bowl symbolic of outstand-
in coins
cents to The Sewing Cir-
be drawn up. Only'hitch is that by
achievement.
ing Left cle, Household Arts Dept., 259 W. ,
sponsoring such a temporary truce
Wellesley college's'cap and 14th St., New York, N. Y. '
y ( in
: obviously public interest) the
President is unavoidably siding withC. ,' 5a's P c gown procession betweenrows Please write your name, ad-
9 iay:: r: of alumni, perhapsthe dress and pattern number plainly.
i .
:L a: I. O. against employees. Already .
in the dog house so far as businessis most universal American

POLAND'S PRESIDENTHis I concerned, this would hardly win .. commencement tradi Long-Winded Pasha

troubles were forgotten. him any friends. tion. Maypole dances, hoop

rolls and similar frolicsare Probably the longest speech oft

tender Danzig, thereby courting ASIA: planned each spring a modern times was the address

Italo-German friendship, France Up the River most women's colleges. made by the Turkish president
bluntly rejected an Italian offer to Kemal Ataturk, then known as
_..._
settle the --- "--
Mediterranean problem. Twenty-two months ago China's Mustafa Kemal Pasha, before the

Meanwhile both Britain and France capital was Nanking. Japanese ag- 'e ', national assembly in Angora in

tried with left-handed diplomacy to gression pushed it westward up the 1927. It required seven hours a

make Russia defend Polish integrity. Yangtze to Hankow, next backwardinto L day for six days, ran into 350,000

The Soviet took a sensible course, Szechwan province and the ancient words and was published in two >>

standing aloof from any commit- walled city of,Chungking. Play- large volumes.-Collier's.

ments. Having fired Foreign Com- ing a retreating game, Gen. Chiang

missar Maxim Litvinov, who had Kai-shek knows that the deeper he I

been leading the treaty conversations :: can draw Japan into his bailiwick,

Russia gave vacillating the easier will China's resistance be.

France and Britain a choice: Either But Generalissimo Chiang did not

sign a double-barrelled military pact expect what happened next. I : 1L2
for joint protection of eastern Eu- Into \1
Chungking (normally 635,000
ropean nations, or Moscow would A
population) swarmed 1,500,000 refu-
isolate itself and leave the democ-
gees, in itself a grave problem. Then
racies to stew in their
own juice. KILLS
one day 45 Japanese war planes ;
As is their wont, Rome and Ber- swarmed over Chungking, dropping

lin took advantage of this confusion. incendiary bombs and demolitioners, MANY INSECTSON

At Milan, Foreign Secretaries more than 100 in all. When the dhjq r FLOWERS FRUITS
Joachim von Ribbentrop and Count

Galeazzo Ciano expanded the axis \ > VEGETATES & SHRUBS

into an outright military pact which V Demand original sealed
-t bottles,from dealer
'
your
,NANKING 3644 V
resulted directly, London learned,
from France's refusal to arbitratethe
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Mediterranean'problem.

Adolf Hitler once wrote (in Mein Our Broken Arcs

Kampf) that "an alliance whose 'HnNKOw' : At many colleges returning alumni turn youngsters once more to par On earth the broken arcs; ins

purpose does not include the inten- ticipate in class fights or engage students in athletic contests. Typical i heaven, a perfect round.-Robert

tion to wage "war is meaninglessand the above scene at the University of Pennsylvania, where graduates oj f I Browning.

worthless. Observers thoughtthe the class of 1923 last year had a pants fight as part' of the alumni day i'
new Italo-German pact held that observance. IT MUST BE GOOD!
purpose as a threat which would

have three sorry results for the democracies .,, Any medicine that has been used
"N.noommmm '-'' '
: for generation after generation

(1) Premier Mussolini would intervene CHINA AND HER CAPITALS MUST be good. That's the record

in the Polish-German quar- Japan is prepared to follow. behind Wintersmith's-over 70
of continuous demand. Millions
rel just as he did in the Czech crisis t sl years
smoke cleared China could count of people have preferred ity
last September, using his nominal 5,000 casualties, a ruined capital and millions both in America and in

friendship with individual Anglo- temporarily blasted morale. Ger- 21 foreign countries. TRY Winter-

French statesmen to help force a many and Britain found their smith's as a General Tonic, and for
plebiscite in Danzig and lead to a bassies destroyed. For all concernedit em- Malaria. Then judge for yourself.

repetition settlement.of the notorious Munich seemed best to move the capital- WINTERSMITH'SI -

on-wheels: again, this time 150 miles
(2) As his reward, Mussolini would northeast into Chengtu, whose nor-

win German help in breaking up mal half million population will au-

Yugoslavia, now torn by southern tomatically double overnight.
Serb and northern Croat autonomy
Peace-loving Chengtu might well
moves which are strongly reminis- this
regard official invasion
cent of the as a
troubles. Marching late Czechoslovakia's in to "keep death sentence. General Chiang 98 "** -ft rf v MERCHANDISEN
probably hopes an off-the-river
peace" and expand his political do- ital may break his bad luck jinx cap-, M fw H iv' / 'S
main, Mussolini
would add to the
but Tokyo thinks otherwise. Despite Must Be GOOD
Balkan domination he I i 1
began by seiz- 2k
British protests that : %
ing Albania. Chungking'sbombing ----4--____ _"').'__,___ m'_____n _--. & to be
was purely terroristic and I 6
(3)) Another reward, would be reemphasis without a definite military objective 1
I .of Germany's promise to Nippon's warriors announced their, At Annapolis, graduates of the U. S. naval academy toss away their ConsistentIYAdvertisedBUY i

help Italy win Mediterranean claims death planes were prepared to fol. idshipmen's hats after receiving diplomas, symbolic of embarkation .

from France, including a free portat low China's. capital wherever it"may on a,nett! life.' t ADVERTISED GOODS
Djibouti in '"
French Somaliland, roam. r



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I : Joe
Premier Has Done the IMPROVED By Dowers

1 \ UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL
; : Lioji's Share of Work .1 SEE At
AND A CUTE ALSO A
" TALL BLONDE/}/
i RED HEAD DARKEVEDBEAUTY
"j A photograph of the Australian SUNDAY ILesson r
; ( premier with his wife and their 11

I children appeared recently in a I
By HAROLD L.. LUNDCJU1ST. D. D.
f'f'I I ; Danish newspaper. Dean of The Moody Bible Institute
j "Prime Minister Colonizing," of Chicago,
.
(!;) Western Newspaper Union.
I was the title of the picture. Then
, the story below the scene went on

to say: "Australia is a very thinly Lesson for May 21 .

populated>country. The English Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected '
government is therefore doing everything and copyrighted by International ALL WILL\ THAT'S JUST TOO I DRIVE A
possible to promote colonization permission.Council of Religious Education; used by BE: IN YOUR. BAD FOR THEM; STEAM -

and excellent work in PATH AT MISTER.
this direction has already been BEVERAGE ALCOHOL AND' THE THE'Sl\ME ': ROLLER.

accomplished by the Australian HOME TIMESolving

prime minister (Mr.; Lyons). He
is seen here with his wife and 11 LESSON TEXT-Jeremiah 35:5-10; EphesIans -
r> 5:15-21; 614.
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i children. GOLDEN TEXT-Do not drink wine nor
,I: ::1 He should have the premier strong drink thou. nor thy sons with thec.-
1; ::1 award! Leviticus 10:9.

I: !!
'j A home is more than a house, ar d Difficult
I a
yet people live as though it were not UndfiPtuk How Women

] true. They build attractive houses, Slipcover Problem
1:1: QUICJf < fill them with comfortable furnish in Their 40's

ings, and think they have a home, *
: no matter how they may live. God By RUTH WYETII SPEARS tlff : Can Attract Men

f j is forgotten, pleasure becomes the "T )EAR MRS. SPEARS: Your
i i ': S I 11 Then He Isn't One change (usually from 33 to 62), who fears
desired because it to do things that I '
r FAIR PLAY FOR ALL buys pleasure. so many am she'll lose her appeal to men, who worries
Intoxicants are freely used both out turning to you for help. I want In this world it is impossible to about hot flashes, loss of pefJ' dizzy spells.uPGet .

side and inside the home, apparently to make slipcovers for the living- prove to a fool that he is one. But ;:sf: :o :l and if
P you
I 0 UR country is great not because with no thought of their destructive room furniture because with three he finds it out himself, sometimes. need a good central system tonic take Lydia

i I ,I the majority or the powerful rule. influence. young ones the upholstery is soon Bless the man with a light E.especially Pinkham s women.Vegetable It helps Compound Nature, made build

.! It is great because the minority is protected Alcohol burned in a stove produces going to be ruined. The job com purse who still hath not a heavy up physical resistance thus helps give more

i Ii and the less influential respected." heat, in an engine it produces power pletely baffles me. I am enclosing heart jittery VIvacity nerves to enjoy and disturbing life and symptoms assist calming that

1 -U. S. Senator Elbert D. Thomas. in a man it produces disgrace a rough sketch of one of the The validity of a bronze statue often accompany change ot life. WELL
I II and disease, and in the home it.pro chairs. Can you'suggest any way is seldom disputed: WORTH TRYING!

duces sorrow, suffering, and ultimately that a removable cover can be A rolling stone gathers no moss,
destruction. Why should the made for it? B. A." but quite often one that doesn't Scorn the Tongue

OUT OF SORTS ? decent and intelligent people of Use bindings or facings to finish roll accumulates nothing but mud. All high and grand emotions

Here Is Amazing Relief for America supinely submit to the dev edges where seat and back covers Fashion Is to Be Chic scorn the tongue, that lies as help
Conditions Duo to Sluggish Bowels astation of this juggernaut, ,the liquor are cut around arms and supports. less in the mouth as would be artillery
'J1 a/ If you think all laxatives traffic? What are you doing Present fashions in ladies' hats to express the sound and
n J.IIIIP, ;, ) act alike. just try this that it isn't
prove always necessary
all v.oetabl. lautln.I about it? FIT COVER AROUND CHAIR grandeur of mountain thunders in
I.IIJ.- = 7' ,
>
tfliTfTf'-1 So mild thorough refreshing
I o Invigorating. Dependable relief from The lesson for today presents SUPPORTS,AND FASTEN in feminine hats that they be tropical storms. Henry Ward
bilious tired feeling when WITH SNAPS
sick headaches spells sensible.A .
associated with constipation. three factors which make for happiness MAKE SIDE OPENINGS Beecher.
Without Risk ruggist. fkt1l;!test then in the home.. LONG ENOUGH TO man who has only $5 and
II not delighted return the box to us. Wo tvlll SLIP OVER WIDEST gives half of it to charity isn't
refund the purchase I. Loyalty to Family Standards PART OF BACK
called
a philanthropist but SOOTHES CHAFED
why
,
rice. That'* fair
(Jer. 35:5-10).
Get NR Tablets today. J : isn't he? M
When the traditional standards ofa books ORO .
Studying may not help one
QUICK RELIEF and in the
family are good right
to get rich, but studying men does. SNOW-WHITE PETROLEUM
FOR ACIDINDIGESTION sight of God, they afford a worthy
rallying point for the younger gen
eration. The Rechabites obedient '
were
.. :::=
,' "ff.J AfZ.
to the instructions of their ARM COVER A >: **Y" .......,.>: :t '
No Place for Weeds forefathers. The prophet had sub FRILL COVERS '$ :- .rIr -
/h ,.
Ground covered with trees jected them to a test (not a temptation CARVING V 7

breeds no weeds. Neither does a for he did not expect them to AY
mind occupied with good thoughts fall) in the presence of the Jews Where there are so many open

Ii have room for bad ones.-Bascom and in the great city of Jerusalem. ings of different lengths, snap fasteners
the are generally satisfactory MEANS LESS REP IRS !
I Anthony. They were surrounded by unaccustomed more
luxury and temptations of than zippers. If snap fastener

the city, and now the prophet tries tape, is obtainable it saves time

I A wonderful aid for boils them further by saying, "Drink ye to whip it to the long edges. The :vP W%% IIi.&j.( :
where a drawing agent wine." But they, were not afraid to narrow frill for this chair covers ; .,
i ( U indicated. Soothing be thought old-fashioned or queer, a curved line across the front and "
I .--.. and comforting.Fine for for they knew that the customs of carving at the top of the front
"
"- "'" children and gro\sn-ups. their fathers were good (see Jer. legs. '
<.JI' Practical. Economical.
6:16), and they stood by them.II. You can make slipcovers, all

Accuracy in Daily Living (Eph. types of curtains and many other

5:15-21)). things for your home with the

"The Greek word rendered 'cir help of Book SEWING, for the

I Dominion of Reason cumspectly' (v. 15) may be more Home Decorator. Just follow the
I Temperance is the firm and closely and simply rendered 'accu pictures, and you learn to make
. moderate dominion of reason over rately.' The thought given is that of the lovely things you have been

passion and other unrighteous impulses painstaking attention to details, under wanting for your home. Book 2
of the mind.-Cicero. a sense of their importance; a is for those who enjoy fancy work
remembrance not only in general on useful articles for the home;
but in particular of the duties of the and useful novelties, to be made

Malaria Chills *Fever Christian's walk" (Moule). in spare time. Books are 25 cents
Every phrase in this section of our each; don't forget to ask for the
: Tale reliable OiiJine.Stops chilli and lesson is overflowing with meaning free leaflet on patchwork quilts,
fever,clear blood of malaria.Famous
but we cannot here refer to them when you order both books; the
1 for 50 yean.Money-back guarantee.0X1 all. Note the temperance application. leaflet is FREE with two books.

1 The man who walks accurately Address: Mrs. Spears, 210 S. Des-
DINE will be "wise" (v. 15) and will plaines St., Chicago, 111. One repair bill, due to faulty lubrication,

."be filled with the Spirit" (v. 18). can cost you more than all the oil you would

The inaccurate walker is a "fool"v. Election Strike buy in a year.*Experience proves the regular
( 15)), and one of his follies may use of Acid-Free Quaker State is the safest

be in being "drunk with wine" (v. insurance against unnecessary repairs.

GOOD DSUG AT 18). But there is far more in this One of the few electoral "sit- I Every drop of Acid-Free Quaker State

STORES passage. Spirit-filled people know down strikes" on record occurred' Motor Oil is rich lubricant scientifically

pure ,
the will of God and therefore (
redeem
recently in the town of Talisay in freed of all impurities. Use this fine
the time. cultivate that
They the Philippines when only 111
delightful spiritual exercise of home sons out of 15,000 registered per but oil and you need never worry about sludge,

religion known as hymn singing. disgusted voters cast their ballots carbon or corrosion. Quaker State Oil

Have you tried that lately? Gather in an election of assemblymen. ,Refining Corp., Oil City, Pennsylvania.
the family or friends around the organ Collier's. . or piano. Turn off the ever-
present radio for a few minutes.

Open the old hymn book and sing. ',./':'...-.:: ,
Don't overlook'thankfulness in verse

Angry Defenders 20, and then try that golden recipe.,

Truth often suffers more by the ,III. Unity in the Home (Eph.
neat of its defenders than from 6:1-4).

the arguments of its op'posers.- A; united family is obviously impossible
William Perm. where one member or more I LET UPLIGHT
..
I' JI gives his time and money and very
life to booze. You know and I know UFA CAMEL
1 Today's "popularity
I I Doa''s PiUs, after that it just does not work. Think
I years of world of the havoc thus wrought not only
idn:
use, surely must
OFTEN I FIND
I accepted evidence in the lives'of. the parents, but
i satisfactory use.' particularly in the lives and char
ClOf favorable public of the children
supports that acters CAMELS MILD
I the able physicians Let Christ reign in the home and
test' under the exacting value of; there will be unity. Children will

conditions realize that it is right to obey their BETTER FOR
,1 These physicians godly parents. They will honor
'( too, approve every word of advertising and
yoa read the objective of which is only to cherish father and mother, and God STEADY SMOKING
recommend Doan's Pills as a good diuretic
will reward them for
I treatment for functional kidney disorder it (vv. 2, 3;
! and for relief of the pain nnd worry It also Exod. 20:12). But what is more,
i causes. fathers will be wise enough not to
I If more people were aware of how the
kidneys must constantly remove waste provoke their children to wrath.
that cannot stay in the blood without injury
Much of the trouble in our homes is
to health,'there would be better un
derstanding of why tho whole body suffers caused by disobedient children, but
.I'' when kidneys lag, and diuretic medication sometimes I think even more of it
would be more often employed.
Burning;, scanty or too frequent urina is caused by unwise parents The
bon may be warning of disturbed kidney children need nurture and admonition

function., persistent You may headache suffer, attacks nagging of backache dizziness but that can be done in kind
, getting -up nights, swelling; puffiness ness and with constructive results
; all played under out.the eyes-feel weak, nervous if we seek the Lord's help. Father

Use Doan's Pills. Its better to rely on mother, let me plead with you thatyou.
a medicine than that on something has won world.less favorably wide acclaim permit: no interest; in business, FOR SMOKING PLEASURE AT ITS BEST

known. Ask your rcighbort social life, or even church work to

'. come between you and your fellow .

\. ../'I-::: ship with your children. That is your CAM E L thc cigarette ofCbsftferlotaccosfI
I. I biggest portunity.job and your greatest op

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FRIDAY, MAY 10, 1039


The Clewiston News J I day 10:30.of the month when the time is .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.I Theatre (in spite of. the fact thatit ,Berner, Jo Ann Crouch, Barbara
is supposed to be a typical Florida Bruce, Emma Jane Ezelle, Anne
Confessions are heard every Saturday story) I believe it would inter- and Louise Prewitt, Charles and F
Published every Friday In Clewiston, evening from 7:30 until 8:30 Too Late To
Florida by the CLEWISTON NEWS and before Inc 1 and the Floridian who was good Gene and Solon Mills, Bobby
"'cck-da)' Mass every morning at i By RUSSELL KAY I (Continued on Pago 8) Smith, Mary Louise Thomas, Kim

KKATIILKY 11OWDKX, Editor 7:30: Kolstad, Kay Bowden, Margie Mc-
Devotions in honor of Our Ladyof ,..:..:..:....:...,:..:_:..:_:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. I SHIRLEY; ANNE OWEN Cracken, Corinne Von Iach and
Perpetual Help are conducted CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY, Graham.
Sally
Entered as second class mall matte ti
February I, 1927 at the Post Office !r Friday evenings at 8 o'clock, fol- Thanks to the efforts of the
Clewiston, Florida, under the Act ..' lowed by; Benediction of the Most WPA Federal theatre, supported in Irs. W. C. Owen entertainedwith
March 3, 1897.
Blessed Sacrament. I part at least by the tax money of a children's party Friday celebrating -

Religious Instruction Class for Floridians this state is being given -I the 'eighth birthday of her
Subscription Rate $2.00 Per Vcnr.Advertising children Saturday morning at nine I some delightful publicity through I daughter, Shirley Anne. HOME LAUNDRY

Rates On Appllcndon. here in Clewiston, and after Sunday I ithe presentation of a three-act dra- Games included pinning a pipeon

Mass in PahoKee. i ma "Big Blow.colllpanic ." a large caricature of PopEyeand Reasonable Rates

Tho Mass schedule of Pahokec is rather a tic on Wimpy. These games
Devoted to tho advancement and wol- \ <1 by a indignant '
Taro of Clewiston and Hendry County. 10:30 every Sunday, excepting the letter came press clippingsfrom were -won by Sally Graham and
Mrs. P. S. Maynard
-s-,. ____,_ last Sunday oftho month, when I Milwaukee papers reviewing Charles Miner. ,,
;
j Mass is at eight o'clock. The pubic -I I the show Since it is extremely After an hour of other games
The baseball team shouldn't takeyesterday's :
regardless of religious belief] doubtful whether or not this par- :Mrs. Owen served ice cream, and Hay Building
defeat too seriously. After I
is always welcome in this church., ticular "drama" will be presentedby cake to Nancy Wright, John and I
all a five run first inning lead
any Florida unit of the Federal Dick Schiffli, Carline and Bob
is pretty hard to overcome. i I
I FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH _
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Some observers feel that the Corner Ventura and Central Avenue i
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appropriation Legislature has"well"dug such that a they'll deep 1 Marshall"The Fijcntllj, Mines. ,Church"pastor. II I I I 1 1i I I See how much get this

have a lot of trouble filling it up you year
in the few remaining days of the Services every Sunday: I
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session. Sunday school 0:45 a. m., B. E'I '

Herring Supt.Morning 1
The skating rink operating just worship 11:00. Sermon 1I BIGGEST HYDRAULIC BRAKES-
south of the city hall is one of the by'. the pastor. I I 12" drums, 162 sq. inch of braking surface;
most popular places of amusementin B. Y. P. U. 7:00: p. m., A. H. biggest ever used"on a lo -pnced car.

during the 'glades.any; day There when is the little floor time'is King associate., director; Mrs. Herman Davis, MOST ADVANCED STYLING-Ford N [ I N A

deserted. Evening; )preaching at 8 p. m. V-8 and De Luxe Ford V-8 are recognized i style
i Sermon by the pastor. leaders of 1939'low-price field.

Hawaii Midweek service; every Wednesday -
and Puerto Rico are not ONLY V8 ENGINES
evening at. 8 p. m. in anylc;>w-pricedcar.
to be exempted from the minimum W. M. S. each 2nd and 4th Smoother, more responsive, more fun to drive!
wage and hour law which will also '
Tuesday at 3:30 at the church, :Mrs.A. .
hit Florida and Louisiana says ad- P. Broadfoot, president. HIGH GAS MILEAGE-85 h.p. Ford V-8 ,

ministrator" Elmer Andrews. There Sunday school teachers and of- in this year's Gilmore-Yosemite Economy Runshowea R 0 .
will be no such law imposed in best all leading
ficers meeting Wednesday at 7 gasoline mileage among
Cuba, however, and again American p. m. low-priced cars.STABILIZED .
Industry is penalized because of
being Americans. The public is cordially invited to RIDE-Onlylow-pricedcar I
attend ,all our services.
The Sunday, morning service with Torque-tube drive and radius rods front
:Western beef processors were continues in the line of consecra-I and rear. AMONG ALL LEADING
handed the same sort of a slap
tion which i.5: in keeping with the
the other day that Florida farm- LONGER RIDEBASE than other low-
"Consecration Month" of :May. The any
ers have been getting for some sermon :Sunday: morning will be priced ; 123 inches between front and rear
time when the Navy bought a big "Consecration in Living"" The special scar LOW-P R ICE 0 CARS
supply of Argentine beef and the
music will be rendered by the
President said "it is not only cheaper EXTRA EQUIPMENT included
choir in the singing of a hymn at no extra cost,
but better than meat producedin "Send in all Ford V-8 delivered prices. EXCELS IN THE THINGS THAT COUNT
a Great Revival" The evening -
this country. But they; shouldn't
/ sermon is a discussion of prac-
cry too loudly. Congress might pre-
tical living problems and is called
sent Argentina a contract to furn-
"Honesty is the Best Policy". Spec-
ish thirty per cent of the country's
ial music will consist of an evange-
meat uppl)".
listic hymn sung by the choir,
"Win Them For Him". Arch Hodgesand
CO DIUXITY CHURCH
y. C. Woodward will sing a THIS YEAR ,OF ALL YEARS. SEE
'Royal Palm Avenue
l'cst'c. tenor and bass duet called "The, AND DRIVE FORD'V-8 BEFORE
f Nearer, The Sweeter" by Jesse P.
YOU CHOOSE YOU NSW CAR! ,
Tompkins and B. D. Acklev. ,' .
Morning worship and sermon I c '
next Sunday at eleven o'clock. The men's Bible class is growingbut

Sunday school every Sunday ct we still need more, men. Comeon
!9:45) B. C. Flaniken,' Supt. fellows, let's line up and havea
The Junior Christian Endeavor grand time together each Sun-

Society" will not meet. during' the day morning at !9:45.) Come out .:NNNN. :NNNNN. :NN. :.NNNN.. .. .. :ANN....:NH. :NNNNNMNNNNNNNNNNNNN. . . .. .. . :NNNNNNNNNNNNNNNHNNN. . . . . :..:NN. :..:NNNNNMMNNNNNMNN. . .. . :.
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The Senior Christian Endeavor come back. Hodge is : : .
Society will meet until further no- the teacher. YY YY

tice, on Monday evening instead of The Woman's Missionary" Societj YY YY .

Sunday.The .' will hold its monthly program :;::_: :i:::
next meeting of the Young meeting at the church on Tuesday xx ; ENJOY
Peoples' Everglades Union will beheld afternoon at 330. Every lady is 9
in the urged .to attend. A worthwhile : ': !<'1
Clewiston Community pro- )
/ jUt
Church in June. gram has been prepared and you'll j : ; ;< : .
The public is cordially invitedto miss something if you don't come. ALL ELECTRIC" ; '

worship in! the Clcwi lon Community The Palm-Lake Association of < ', .
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Church. Baptist Training Unions will hold ; :. :c ,; ': 'k,:
I its monthly ,meeting on Tuesday ; i'' F-1cDNp/1I: : ,

ST. MARGARET'S CATHOLIC night at 8 o'clock in the Baptist 1 i : Co .: : !
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CHURCH
church
in Pahokee. All membersand .
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Rev. Laurence .J. ,
Flynn Pastor
friends of our B. Y. P. U. are YY! AV
invited to attend. Cars will meet xx +t
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Mass each Sunday morning at! at the church to leave. here at 7:15 s

8 o'clock, excepting the last Sun-',Tuesday evening. ::;:: Electricity is the modern servant; a 5 rvant' that :ti...:

:::: takes of both the work and the pleasures oat e ::4:::

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+.;. and economically. +:s:

Five Thousand J .yy... Y.. .

:_:::!: One penny will toast 26 crunchy slices of toast, or :::;:

j! ; :;::!: give your eyes two hours of safe reading light or operate :t:
Next jjj
Population :::: your radio for most of day-and-ELECTRICITY is :::!:

:;::;:' one thing that gets cheaper the more of it that you use. :;::!:

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I MAY 10 1030 THE CLEWISTOX NEWS
I FRIDAY. PAGE >:F1vE

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: Mr. and Mrs. G. O. Wallace of II MRS. LANIER ENTERTAINS I Hall, Jesse Graham, Bill Owen, Is" Your Subscription Paid?

Okeechobee visited friends here !BRIDGE CLUB WEDNESDAYMrs. Dick Patterson, Lee Pridgeon an'd'Rev.
O Wednesday night. ------
Personals' F. C. (
Taylor. ';
r J JJ. W. H. Lanier was hostessto :

Mrs. A. A. Munroe of Madison the members of her bridge club I FOIL RKNT.-Three room furnished -
,J
arrived} Saturday for a visit with at her home Wednesday evening. I DONALD TERRELL CELEBRATES: 1 apartment. Private bath.

her daughter, Mrs. Campbell E. Pieces of Fostoria glassware were. FOURTH BIRTHDAY TUESDAY Available year round. I,. A.

F. McLure of Pahokee wasa Nail. This is Mrs. Munroe's first presented to :Miss Mae Palmer' Wells: 21M3-12

business visitor in Clewiston Wed- visit to Clewiston since she and who'' held high score and Mrs R.'I Little Donald Terrell celebratedhis
nesday. Mr. Munroe moved to Madison three C.vi sou' who was second high. "
fourth birthday Tuesday witha
years ago. Stuffed tomatoes, rolls, tea and (
party given by his mother, Mrs. FOR RENT.-Furnished
Mr. and Mrs. J. Grady Niblack madaroons were served by the George. Terrell. apartment, also garage
and baby were, in West Palm Beach I B. J. Schroeder drove to Stuart hostesses to Miss Palmer* Mrs. H. A pink and white color scheme I room', Phone No. 76.one F.furnished L. Wll-
Monday Sunday and 'spent the day with I H. Turner, Mrs. T. B Shelley, Mrs.B. was carried out and delicious cake liamson.: tt
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relatives. Mrs Schroeder and Joe /
B. J. Schroeder, Mrs. Roy Alston, and ice cream were served : to the
i I returned with him after a week's I Mrs. R. C. Nowling and 1Irs.Vil
little
guests. '
Mr. and Mrs. Wi. A. Davis, Billy,
Jack and Martha Davis are visiting I stay. son. Invited were: Sue Cornclic, Emma

in Lake City for a few weeks I Jane Kzcllc, Sue Holland, Billy J. M. COUSE
Mrs.: W. F. Simpson, Mrs. Leah I'GIRLS ORGANIZE:
: I Broadfoot, Heather Guthrie
Spicer, Mrs. F." M. Wright, Mrs BAPTIST AUXILIARY Claire
C. M. Allen 9o Homestead is T.P Tnvlnr "Nanrv Wright nil'1-1 I! Jones, Bevoly Flanikcn, Bettye
visiting his son, Dan B. Allen, and I and' Shirley Owen""attended' "a' music I I Carol Flaniken, Wayne: King, Kay Hopkins Building
family. recital in 'Moore Haven Thursday j j A group ot gins met Monday af- Pafford, Billy Grey Emory, Jack''
---.- evening. ternoon at the Baptist church for I Davis, Gene ,Beery, Shari Land and'! Wednesdays and Saturdays
"the purpose of organizing a Girls' Jimmie Knight.
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Kolstad and I II II' 0:30 to 4:00
Auxiliary with their leaders, Mrs.
Kim Kolstad visited in' Pahokee Dr. and Mrs. O. F. Schiffli and I
I Arch Hodges, Mrs C. W. Simmons
Saturday.Mrs. sons, Nick, Dick and Johnnie, enjoyed '
and Mrs. G. E. Wenzloff.The ,
a several day trip on their

C. E. Nail, Mrs A. A. boat over the week-end. They made following officers were elect-
Munroe and H. R. Hall were", visit the trip down the Caloosahatcb.ee ed: Barbara Lee Broadfoot, presi- I -ROSES----
dent; Elizabeth Winn, vicepresident -
ors in Miami Wednesday.Mrs. waterway to Fort Myers.
(. ; ; Janice Wynn, secretary; IX TWO PRICE CLASSES

Mr.. and /Mrs. F. M. Rodriguez I Joan Walker, treasurer and Doris
I Charles Moran of Pahokee have gone to Gretna, Louisiana, to I Simmons, publicity chairman. Others 25c and 50c
I j is visiting her daughter, Mrs. JImmy -
present were Laura Bailey, Mal -
visit relatives during their vacation.
Wilson.Mr. I Their daughter, Shirley Ruth, will I mie Trice, Betty Dixon and Mari- 0 PER DOZEN

return with them and spend the lyn Davis.
and Mrs. Judson Francis of
j (summer here. Will also take orders for
Canal Point spent the week-end YOUNG PEOPLE ATTEND wreathes
I sprays ami corsage,.
.I here.I' I Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Mills and I LAKE HARBOR MEETINGA

!!sons, Gene and Solon, spent Moth Orders taken in town at
.i C. E. Miner, W. C. Owen and J. i er's Day at Fort Denaud, where group of :young people from ConsiderthfsE L. J. Pape's Residence

t.-j E. Beardsley were business visitorsin I" they joined Mrs. Mills' parents, Mr. the Community Church attended Pape's Rose Garden
Fort Myers Wednesday evening. and Mrs. Solon Crews of Fort .My the monthly meeting of the Ev- AngUs I

ers for the day. I erglades Young'' Peoples' Union in Moore Haven Florida
Mr. and Mrs. J.. H. Seymour of i' Lake Harbor Tuesday night.Following I .
Eau Gallie visited Mr. and Mrs.C. I the regular worship I 'Owning your own home is real
W. Simmons this week. I I '" economy because you save the
Washington I program a social hour was ,enjoyed landlord's
I I ( profit. Any family needing
-
I I visit her brother, R. Y.. Pattersonand and each group presented some spe- a home will do well to look at
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Sias were
I cial stunt ,or skit. Refreshments
I family, for a few months. Mrs. our selection of homes and buy .
visitors in West Palm I
Saturday
of sandwiches and punch were
I Patterson went to Washington last: before real estate values increase
Beach
I
i : week and made the trip with MissPatterson. !? I II I served. I further. We will gladly help you FRYERS FOR SALE
I It was decided to continue the attain debt-free ownership of.
Mrs. T. D. Smoak and children I'I'I I your
I I -- meetings through the summer and home thru payments t like; 'on .
I II
of West Palm Beach are visitingthis I
!1; a committee was appointed to arrange -
week with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ralph S. Howard of Augusta I Geo. iVlesser
Bussey. spent the week-end here visiting I I an all-day beach party in the Clewiston Federal
future. The attendance banner
;I: his daughter, Mrs. P. N. Smith and near i

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SYNOPSISMary it won't ever amount to much of a see any sense in the more esthetic formed her that she had made 'an R:1.C I'f\

success if I go gallivanting off on points of the social amenities d appointment for her for some sit- u

Loring and her father Jim, an Ineffectual glorious pleasure trips." maybe the guy's right. You see,' tings at the photographer's at fbur

brings his attorney wealthy, sister-In-law meet a train unmarried which "Then," Linnie said firmly, "the everybody else has been here be-, the, following day. And would 'she &

Llnnle Cotswell and her friend Lelia Orms thing for you to do, since you're fore, and just barged in." mind dropping in the office before

by divorcee, for a Christmas Mary's visit.mother Availing, her hell-bent on belonging to the intel- "I. rather liked it," Mary admit- going to have her picture taken? WNU Service.
at home for them are
younger sister Ellen father's nagging ligentsia, is to remain right here in ted, smiling,up into Phil Buchanan's Mr. Buchanan wished to talk to her.
maiden sister Aunt Mamie, and Peter, the New York and work. You can't amused, gray eyes. "It made me Mary acceded happily to both re-

topher baby of Cragg the family.helps the At guests the depot with Dr.their Chris lug accomplish anything by returning to feel at home. If anybody in Haw- quests, saying to herself, "Mr. Bu

gage. Mary Is secretly in love with Doctor Hawkinsville, andkyou might as well kinsville had a man-servant, I'm chanan's probably made his deci-
Cragg. In leaving, her Aunt Linnle urges just stay in this apartment. Addie he'd be sion
York, but Mary re sure just as informal as on my story, and I believe, I is'FARM
Mary to visit her in New "
fuses. Mary works in a rental library, will be running it just the same. Spike" really believe, it's favorable. Other-

where she spends her spare time writing Mary rushed to her aunt and Slowly, he took her about the big wise, he would merely have returned -
let out as
short stories. father Is
Mary's
railroad attorney, the fees of which were almost threw grateful arms about her comfortable room, introducing her the manuscript' with a polite -
the'Sole support of his family. To earn shoulders., "Oh, Aunt Linnie how to one group after another, enunci- note of refusal."
money,.she decides to begin writing in ear wonderful! I'd love to here.
stay The
her
nest. Mary feels sure that her newest story ating name clearly, speaking it following day, she refused
;"At Sea" would please the editors of Thank you so much. Why, in the in full. "This is Mary Loring," he luncheon invitations both from Jerome LANDS k
National Weekly. After finishing It she calls time you're away, I can write at said, and Mary warmed to the gra- Taylor and Count Balianci.
Doctor Cragg who comes to the book store '
least six shorts!
for a current novel. Falling from a ladder cious kindness in his voice. "Her "Concerning Anne". must be retyped -
while getting his book she regains con ,It was the morning of the second first story, 'At Sea,' will appear in and whipped into shape in W. E. (BUCK) HANCOCKLicensed
sciousness to find his arms around her. He day in March that .Addie called The National the order to it Mr. Broker
tells her he loves her. and then tells hr he Weekly fifteenth of present to Buchananthat
Is to be married the coming month to a girl Mary to the telephone." "It's Miss next month. Miss Loring, may I afternoon. Her heart was light FARM LANDS o ACREAGE
he has known all his life. Despondent. Mary ,Hickenlooper, the Mulatto said in "
while
Invita-. present And, in turn, he men- she .made her plans. One
Linnie's
decides to accept her Aunt
a stentorian whisper, "or, anyhow, tioned the and story was finished and MADISON FLORIDA
tion. In New York her aunt laughs at her name connection of another was
,
for her plans to write, and Insists that she that's "all I could make out of the each person there. about to be accepted. She was, she Write for Listings _

new meet week as many brings eligible two letters.men as One.possible.from The the name. "He's press-agenting me," Mary felt, going places and, for the time

National Weekly, with a $100 check for her "Perhaps she's calling up about told herself. "Bless his heart-he's being, although she did not quite
story, makes her deliriously happy. The 'Their Son,' she thought, rushing to rather sweet." realize it, she had completely for- }
other, from her sister, tells her that financial the telephone. "Or do editors have BABY CHICKS I
conditions at home are getting worse. Eventually, the introductions were gotten Christopher Cragg. At least,
The next day at a party given by her aunt. their receptionists attend to thingsof over, and he placed her in a low the hurt of his marrying lisa Grace-
CHICKS S5.8 100
Mary meets distinguished Jerome Taylor that sort?
er Up'
wealthy middle aged man-about-town. and I chair before the fire of channel coal land was not bedeviling her every ;
effusive Count Umberto Balianci. The But Miss Hickenlooper's business' that crackled in the hearth, asked conscious thought.She Georgia U. S. Approved
count's oily manner nauseates her. A note did not concern manuscript.. In- n. Pnllornm Teited. Write
Mrs. Van Winkle who arrived at The National
appeared to Weekly -
from her father the following day pleads
stead, she informed Mary that she now for free circular describing -
with her not to mention the family's finan- be acting as hostess, to fetch hera quarters at exactly three o'clock, I iheae better chicks
cial plight to her aunt. After reading it she was calling for Mr. Buchanan. He
cup of tea; then left her to the a large envelope containing her new
forces herself to begin work on her next had
asked number. of people to BLUE RIBBON HATCHERY
short story which is more difficult to write mercies of two intense young men, manuscript under her arm. There
until her aunt his apartment for cocktails 'at five 213 Fortyth$t.$.W, Atlanta,Ca.
than the first. She labors on who, after greeting her effusively were three people seated in the
Informs her,that Count Umberto. whom Leila that afternoon. Could Mary come?
terms a sponger and fortune hunter. Is to enough, returned wholeheartedly to'a waiting room, but, much to her
take them to dinner that evening. He takes Mary accepted with the only bit 'discussion of the relative meritsof amazement, Miss Hickenlooper escorted -
them to a giirish restaurant in Greenwich of enthusiasm she had experiencedEventually :two recently published historical her immediately, and with POULTRYBRED
Village. That evening Mrry sends her story. c.
"Their Son" to the National Weekly. She novels.A somewhat of a flourish, to Mr. Bu FOR PRODUCTION: Ducks
goes to see Phillip Buchanan, editor of the IlI1 ,r1lft.rM:} 1 .ar black Great Dane of rather chanan's office. RAISED SOLD BY< FOR QUALITY PROFIT: : Turkeys Chicks
National Weekly, to whom she has given He was seated at his desk STARTED CHICKS: Pullets
her last story. He invites her to lunch. He startling proportions-evidently the gaz- Rockdale. nid.Pikesville ''
congratulates her for the simple treatment dog that Spike was known to walk- ing angrily at, a typed letter in ,his MILFORD HATCHERY P.O.
given the first story, and says that her last. either blinked sleepily before the hand. The afternoon sun filtered
offering will receive immediate attention.At
lunch she Is introduced to attractive Jim fire, or else made himself a nuisanceby through the Venetian blind of the ----------_____________
Ormsby. Leila's former husband. Mary tells vf begging first one guest and then window behind him, and settled on

Lelia Lelia's that actions she has that met she Jim.still and loves knows him.from A N 'A another for food. He was a beautiful that strangely sunburned hair of his, Ask Me .Another

letter from home tells Mary that ChrIsto- lumbering animal, 'slightly gray making him look, Mary thought, likea
pher Cragg has finally married. Dazed by around the snoot and knotty at the little boy who has spent too many A General
the news. Mary spends a miserable evening Quiz
A with her aunt at Jerry Taylor's penthouse. knees, and his name was Oscar., hours on the beach.
l s Conversation buzzed and crackled Buchanan
rose hastily from his ---------- ----- ------
about the room. Over by the east swivel chair. "Oh, Miss Loring t

CHAPTER VIII window, three'' men and a dowdily- How are you? Won't you sit down?" The Questions

-8- dressed young woman were shrilly .Mary seated herself on the edg 1. Which ns correct, "Share it

Mary had taken out her type- /9 discussing the colossal sale of a new of the chair that faced his desk. between you" or "Share it among

writer several times during that first 4 best-seller. "I'm very well, thank you. And I've YQu"? ,
week after the arrival of Ellen's.Ietter Eventually, Mr. Buchanan found really been working since I saw you 2. Of what English king was it

telling of Chris' marriage. She time to come and sit on the arm of the other day. Meeting all those said that "He never said a foolish

had tried to write, but her mind iJa\ her chair. "I've been meaning to' interesting people at your apart- thing, nor ever did a wise one"?

would give forth nothing, and, at drop you a note,!" he said, balanc- ment stimulated'me immensely, and 3. How many pieces to the average -

long last, she had decided not to ing, rather dangerously, a highballand I got busy at once on a new short." .motor car?
attempt( any work for another solid .d a cigarette in the same hand. "Um! That's fine. Have you finished 4. How many persons are neces-

week. She would accept every invitation p I "We'd like a picture of you for our 'it?" sary to constitute a riot?

showered upon her by Count l edition of Friday the eighth, and a Mary placed the brown envelopeon 5., What is the difference be-

Balianci and Jerome Taylor; try to ,. short biographical sketch. Sort of' the desk before him. "Here it tween scissors and shears?

divert her thoughts from Chris by introductory affair to the appear- is. I thought 1 might as well bring 6. Which is the world's longest

taking an interest in the amuse- ance of 'At Sea' a week later. Can it with me since I was dropping in river.

ments offered by these two men you manage it?" this afternoon anyhow. Miss Hick- -

who appeared to be vying with each "Heavens, I don't know! 1 haven't enlooper said you wanted to see The Answers !\

other for her company. Eventually, had my picture taken since I was me." 1. "Between you" for two peo
"
perhaps, she would be refreshed by ten! Phil Buchanan' extracted a pIe. "Among you" for more than

their diversions, and able to returnto "Um-well, that would scarcely crushed package!. of cigarettes from two people.

business. In consequence of Mr. Buchanan do. We're exploiting you as some- the pocket of his tweed coat; extended 2. Charles II.

which, she spent every evening with found time to come and sit on what of a prodigy, but I hardly thinkwe it rather vaguely towards 3. There are approximately 17-

either Balianci or Taylor; even the arm of her chair. can make our readers believe Mary who nodded a refusal; helped 645 pieces assembled in an aver-

went, accompanied by Aunt Linnie, for anything in days. "Thank you're as young as all that! I'll tell himself, and lighted a match. "Yes, age motor car, according to Mill
to Journey's End, Taylor's estate in Miss she you you what-Miss Hickenlooper will I wanted to talk to you about 'Their and Factory.
Westchester for'a week-end. Hickenlooper, replied. make an appointment for, you witha "
Son.
"I'll be there." 4. In law, three or more persons.
There she danced with- Jerome, Mr. Buchanan's apartmentthesecond photographer some time this Mary's heart turned a somersault."Oh 5. The cutting blade should be

she walked with him, she played a floor of a house which had at week, and" he can take a few shots so you've read it?" six inches before scissors can be

little atrocious Bridge as his partner. once been someone's smart. you. "Yes, after Mr. Van Winkle called shears.
Her mind, however, was back in town home-was located very in the East "If you want me to, certainly. turned it over to me with a recommendation 6. The MisoursMississippiI
Then at her watch "It's
glancing
"
,
for thumbs down.
Hawkinsville, and she would never Fifties. Mary climbed one flight of 4,502 miles. t a
later than I thought it was. I must "For what?" ,
have, dreamed of what was transpiring the graceful, old mahogany stair- be going."
had not Aunt Linnie "Thumbs down. He didn't like it,
remarked case, and stopped timidly before a "Dinner engagement?"
nearly a dozen times a tall, paneled door through which "Well-yes." Miss Loring. He said-well, to

day,: could be heard the buzz of conver- "I'm sorry. A bunch of us'll prob- speak trite." quite frankly, he said it was

"My dear, the man's simply mad sation. No bell was to be seen, buta ably drift into Tony's, later on to- felt the hot blood
about and I- swear it's the first knocker of dull brass occupieda Mary rushing to
you night, and I'd rather hoped' you'dgo her face. I jCaai
time anybody's ever known him to spot' in the middle of the center with us." S l.

be seriously in love with anybody. panel, and with a gloved hand that "I wish I could," Mary replied, "But" I decided to read it, any-
how Buchanan
went "and I'm
Marry him, my dear, if he asks trembled in spite of the selfcontrolshe thinking how much more stimulating on,
afraid I have to with him. Itdoesn't
you, and he most certainly will. Just was trying hard to exert, Mary an evening with these hectic, in- agree
think, darling, what he can do for lifted the metal hammer and teresting people would be than the come up to the standard you ?
set for yourself when you wrote "At
you! knocked. she had in store. Jerome
one Tay Revenge to Take
Sea. The-well-the snap's just not
Mary would reply, "Yes, Aunt This process had to be repeated lor was calling for her at seven. The there. The plot's weak. The story To forget a wrong is the best
Linnie, but Jerome's old enough to three or four times before it elicitedany dinner would be delectable. They "
lacks conviction. revenge.
be my father.' I really couldn't response, but eventually a would have the very choicest seatsat I
Mary felt as if she had been
marry him." husky male, with a large pugna- the theater, and later go on to a slapped in the face. The man's
To which Aunt Linnie would reply cious face, turned the knob and club for supper. Everything wouldbe '
words seemed so brutal, and his rejection -
"Oh, nonsense! What if he is asked Mary to come in. He wore perfect-but suddenly she A GREAT BARGAIN
of "Their Son" was such a
old enough to be your father? He's dark trousers and a white duck coat,' wished, with all her fervor, that she shock. She had definitely countedon VESPER TEA
stunning-looking and he's and Mary assumed that he Mr. here with
charmingand was might just stay on Phillip receiving a check for it this after
he's rich as Croesus. All this Buchanan's servant. He looked far Buchanan and his friends.
noon. A foolish lump filled her
talk about young love is poppycock.Any more like a pugilist than a butler-
throat, and to her dismay she felt SO Cups for.lb Cents
love wears off after the first valet, and she learned later that CHAPTER IX .
hot tears welling into her and fAsli
eyes Your'Grocer
few years. And then what have day that "Spike" actually had been sliding treacherously from beneathher

you besides worry over the grocery I more or less actively engaged in Spurred on with a new enthusiasm lashes. She could not trust her-
bill, and how you'll manage to pay fisticuffs until a night several years for writing because of having
look
self even to across at the man
the dentist for straightening the chil- previous, when Phillip Buchanan had met, although rather casually and at on the other side of the desk. WNU-7 20-39

dren's teeth?" literally dragged him out of the 'no great length, a few arrived authors (TO BE CONTINUED)

Linnie's and Lelia's plans for a gutter, and installed him in his mod- Mary again set to work HCLASSIFIEDHHare I'ADVERTISING

West Indies cruise were now com- est bachelor abode. the next day. She entitled her new Lost Cargo of Slaves

pleted. They were sailing on the Phil Buchanan, surrounded by story "Concerning Anne," and, witha The fluctuations in the fortunesof
Itasca the fifteenth of March, and guests, and in the act of mixing a feverish zeal but not much convic- slave traders is revealed in the

expected to be gone at least six highball at a wheel-in bar, lookedup tion, devoted the entire day to work- biography of the famous Theodore

weeks. Linnie extended to Mary a a bit startled, and beheld Mary ing on it. Aunt Linnie and Lelia Canot who transported Negroes you anything around

most cordial invitation to accompany standing in the doorway. "All right, were occupied with some lastminute from Africa to America between the house you would liketo

them, but Mary finally managed : Spike," he replied with somethingakin shopping for their cruise, and 1827 and 1847. On one early voyage; trade or sellTryac1as-
to convince her aunt of the sincerityof to a sigh of resignation, and the apartment was blessedly quiet. notes a writer in Collier's Weekly, Gas si fled sHied ad.The cost is onlJ

her desire to write. "I can never came swiftly forward. Miss Hickenlooper, sounding he lost his entire cargo of 300 slavesin ADS? a few cents alotoffolks and there are

thank you enough, Aunt Linnie," she "I'm so glad you came, Miss Lor- slightly more cordial than she had a smallpox epidemic, while on Set ing probably for just whatever look.it is -
said in conclusion, "but I am going ing. Do forgive Spike's manner of that day at the office, telephoned another trip he safely landed 217 Results you no longer have use for E P

to make writing; my business, and announcing you. He simply can't Mary around three o'clock, and in- and sold them for $77, 69.



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: ; : i; ) UL I Events in the Lives. of Little Men 10 windows.Refrigerator* Deodorant.-Put* a furniture tly finish with off ,with spirits polish.a gentle of camphor rubbing and of

piece of charcoal on one of the *
f j shelves of the'refrigerator. It acts Onion Odor-A little mustard
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j'\:\ purifies the air. onions will remove
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:: OGET (NISSfRE l.l. Advises Extra Care in Storing Foods in the Home


rl !jI j By C. HOUSTON GOUDISS

I', SEND THE LABEL .
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i / IT IS the proud distinction of America's food industries that:!

;,' F1ot SIX g 111 notwithstanding the infinite variety of perishable foods

; 'k which are constantly available, and regardless of the distances -

:, : Ii I they have been transported, even the most delicate

I I I, ryesLIFE RFD oI i 1h foods are delivered to the consumer in a fresh, wholesome
condition, with all their fine flavor unimpaired.The .

I ,' secret of this modern miracle is refrigeration. Vast

., ..-:.:::::: I / /; sums of money have been invested in long trains of refriger-

, : oI ated cars, thousands upon* -
I :
I ./ thousands of refrigeratedtrucks I and creamed foods. It is advisa-

I i refrigerated warehouses ble to keep these foods, as well as
:I and refrigeration I the milk supply, in the coldest
, part of the
refrigerator.
I
! equipment in stores. All this
has been done for a'single Fruits and VegetablesFruits

purpose: to keep food fresh and vegetables soon lose
; their moisture content unless they
I II and at its best until it reachesthe
are protected against warm, dry
I home.At air; and they are,likewise subjectto

I I I this point the responsibility the action of microorganismswhich
!HiL r MA DOISN'T ANGLE NO shifts to the homemaker. And if result in decay. But when

:.; : I FOR COMPLIMENTS, SHE WAS TO DEPEND! she falls down on her job, then all stored in a modern refrigerator,
1 il previous efforts to keep food free these mineraland vitaminrichfoods
POP! ON CURVES( can,be kept in perfect condi-
i I, from spoilage have been in vain.
H: tion for considerable
P Homemaker's Responsibility periods, thus
' making it possible to take advan-
'I I I If As guardian of her family's tage of favorable market offer-
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I health of the homemaker'svmbl
I one ings.
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I II tasks most is to important see to it Guarding Against MoldAs

I! h 0 : that all food is safe- a rule, warmer weather also
4\ guarded againstcontamination increases the problem of combat-
I I II until ing molds. For given .moisture
I 'I!I\i\ +' it reaches her and warmth, molds will grow on
I' ,' table. This means almost anything. However, the
I J P that perishablefoods most hospitable hosts are acid

\ I must continue fruits, such as oranges, lemons,
I'"I' I, h to be refrigerated berries or tomatoes; sweets, suchas
properly in the jams and jellies; bread and
I II I /33 s home. For only in meat. While molds are physio-
Ii I logically harmless if eaten
they
this way ,can theybe
.
i the
taste
3 I protected from definitely spoil and ap-

the ravages of microorganismswhich pearance of food. _
I Li I I II II II II are always ready to attack Mold growths can be killed by
foods when conditions are favora- boiling. They are retarded by the
J ble for their growth. dry circulating air of an efficient

I Two essentials are necessary for refrigerator. It is to allow for ;
i I I satisfactory food preservation in air circulation that berries shouldbe

the home. First, perishable foods stored uncovered possible,
spread out so that the air can
must be stored at a temperatureof
I i I lH from 40 to 45 degrees Fahren- reach more than just the top

I Ii heit-never at a temperature higher layer.
i of all food
I CI A than 50 degrees. Second, the Frequent inspection
By supplies, including those in the
right degree of humidity must be
; J. Millar Watt maintained. Too much moisturewill bread box, and the prompt elimi-

I I Ii encourage the growth of bac- nation of any items showing signsof
\ 1l teria; too little will dehydrate mold, will help to keep it from.

fruits and vegetables and make spreading.
Constant vigilance on the part of
or4a them unfit for consumption.
i the homemaker in caring for foodson
Home Care of Foods
CWNUI. o Bell Syndlcate.-WNU Servtee hand will avoid a needless
Both requirements are met bya drain on the food budget and will
good household refrigerator; safeguard the health of every
)
I. and the homemaker who appreciates member of the family. :
the importance of keeping ;
Questions AnsweredMrs.

I I: 5 R7 (- =:;z zwls foods regard sound an efficient and wholesome refrigerator will as L. E. S.-It is' a fallacy to
1 believe that spinach is in a class
UivFEv an investment in good health. It
by itself as a source of iron. It'sa
+} I + AD ? 7C I13 O YoMe is especially necessary that the
I. but
splendid vegetable, as a
r food supply be refrigerated -
properly
, 'MHH1i C EV E'RY i31T $ 7 during the warmer weather of source of iron, it is practically
OF. M o N E.YI4 equalled by kale, and exceeded bya
MoN Ey r spring and summer, in order to
::1 1+l E. : iw number of other includ-
greens
% prevent the consumption of dishes
A a r.'Dp that may have become contami- ing 'beet tops, dandelion greens
, I chard, parsley, watercress and
\
nated without any marked alteration -
in taste or odor. turnip tops.pWNUC..
11 appearance .
Houston Goudiss-1939- 3.
T
I Highly Perishable Foods
IL
II Milk is often regarded as the

:\ "6. most perishable of all foods, be-
.I.. T
I cause it is an ideal medium for Isn't This Why
the growth of bacteria. It is, there-
fore, essential that this splendid You Are (Constipated: ,?

I, E food be kept at low temperaturesat
, I all times. It should be put into What do you eat for breakfast?
the refrigerator as soon as possi- Coffee, toast, maybe some eggs?
iJ ble after it is delivered, and kept What do you eat for lunch and
R
"h .
:. dinner?White bread meat,potatoes
f there until the moment it is to be ?It's little wonder you're con-
w
I II A
I : E ur-r-4Ekf IT a-r used. ,Milk should never be al- stipated. You probably don't eat
[ I /VOLTD' "7-e_ J lowed, to stand at room temperature enough "bulk" And "bulk"

r \ ( 'Rld4T'T3ACK' J j for any length of time. Forit cat.doesn't It's a mean kind of the food amount that forms you
P has been demonstrated that a soft In the
I "bulky"mass intes-
you / JIbN7}
w+ eE. }vE.
I j 7 o when it is held at 40 degreesanideal tines and helps a movement. If
L I !I V SYATSTE.' / AN l W4 E NY temperature-before deliv- this Is your trouble may we suggest -
\r a crunchy toasted cerealKellogg's -
0 t5TA'RT ery, then allowed to stand at a Ail-Bran-for breakfast.

I C Vi"iS; V5.jg room temperature of 75 degreesfor All-Bran Is a natural food,not a
I I r f an hour and a half, and again medicine-but It's particularlyrich
\. J ( I4JAVE- OHE.XT refrigerated, a rapid increase in In "bulk." Being so, it can
P v .pVx MOW < bacteria occurs. help you not only to get regular
II but to
c, keep regular. You won'thave
\1 O Other types of protein foods also
y to endure constipation you
By 1 present a favorable medium for. can avoid It. Eat All-Bran daily,
0 bacterial growth when they are drink plenty of water, and life
j C. M. Payne held, at temperatures higher than, will be brighter for you! Made by
Kellogg's In Battle Creek.
f :; .-. OWNU 50 degrees. These include meat, V JCOMIC
i t BeUSSndlcate,WNUService. fish meat broths, gelatin custards

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I'AGE! EIGHT: THE! CLEWISTON, NEWS FllIUAY" MAY 10, 103
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1 a "great humanitarian effort." IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TILE appointed herein be and the sameis
Clewiston Reaches League with I TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF hereby fully confirmed in every
I I have no quarrel the WPA. FLORIDA IN AND FOR II12NDKYCOUNTY. respect, and the' applicant, I.. M. ma+ I
I've defended it on occasions, and St. :Martin Brown who Is known as .
Lead Then Topples Off its constructive I IN RE: ) Mr?. William L.. Brown. Jr., and who IrIs
I gladly recognize PETITION OF L. M. ST. MARTIN -) now a resident of Clowibton, Florida -
------------ ---- accomplishments. I recently granted BROWN TO TAKE CHARGE) be and she ls i officials permission to OF AND MANAGE HER OWN) license in accordance with the prayer -
WIX FROM IIOBE SOUND SUNDAY government ESTATE AND PROPERTY AND) of the petition, and she is author-
Pompano at West Palm Beach; quote and widely distribute a col- BECOME A FREE DEALER. ) I' ized to take charge of and control her

LOSE TO WEST Lake Worth at Clewiston (2). \ umn praising the WPA for its contribution DECREE estate, and to become' a free dealerin
PALM BEACHBy be heard every respect; to contract and be
6-1-39 Pompano at Pahokee; This cause 'came on to
to the nation in roads,
upon the Master's report filed herein, contracted with to sue and be sued,
Hobe Sound at Clewiston. I public buildings, farmers' markets and upon consideration thereof. .. and to bind herself In all respectsas

( A. L. JIackett) 6-4-39 Pompano'at Hobe Sound; I and other worthwhile improve, IT IS ORDERED. ADJUDGED AND DONE if she AND were ORDERED unmarried.at Ft. My-.

Clewiston gained and lost first West Palm Beach at. Clewiston ; I DECREED: : as follows) : of ,
; ments.j < 1. That this court has full juris- erg Florida,' this 24 day April
place in the South Florida Baseball Pahokee at Lake Worth (2)). j n But if there is anything; helpful diction of the Hubjecl matter of this' 1939.:

League during the past week, C-S-39 Pahokee at West Palm I constructive in the production of cause, and that all proper and necessary GKO. ,\p. WHITEHURST,
I lor : have been taken incident -
steps CIRCUIT JUDGE.A .
reaching the top by; virtue of an Beach; Pompano at Clewiston. [such so-called "drama" as "Big I and necessary to presentation
8-0 win over Hobe Sound last Sun- 6-11-39 Hobe Sound at 'West I for this final hearing. true copy published April 28, May
Blow" and other that
"tripe" seems 2. That the report of the Master: 5, 12, 19.
day and dropping to second place Palm Beach; Pahokee at Clewiston; I to be typical of the WPA-Federal

by losing to West Palm Beach Mer- Pompano at Lake Worth. I Theatre effort, Fin either too dumb

chants in West Palm Beach :yesterday G-15-30:: Pahokee at Hobo Sound; for unsympathetic to appreciate or

afternoon by a score of 9-4.. West Palm" Jk'ach at Pompano; understand it. ,And personally, 1 ,,. .

A first inning splurge by the Clewiston at Lake Worth. I think' the sooner we close such till 111 I 1VR

West Palm Beach team gave theman 6-18-39 Pahokee at Pompano;(I projects and care for these people i:I, _...\J O

early lead of five runs, which Clewiston at IIobe Sound; Lake or others that are really intelligent RF I

Iead'was never overcome by the Worth at Pahokee. and worthwhile, the better off

locals. Home runs by Win. Hooks 6-22-39 Hobe Sound at Pompano; I we'll be.Legislature.. '

and Carlton, the latter with one Clewiston at West Palm Beach; II. OUJJSW

aboard, were wasted as the game I Lake Worth at Pahokee.' I Changes
with the Merchants
closed coppingthe I G25West:;! Palm Beach at

game and going into first place. Pahokee; Clc\ibtoi) at Pompano; I State Hunting Season /f-J;

Avant, on the mound for Clew- Lake Worth at Hobe Sound.

iston, was a little wild as the I Team I'1J I
Home Games-Date antI I I
game started, walked one man and I 5-7-39 Pahokee. S I I 1Pa4oco
(Moore Haven Democrat) A

gave up three hits ''which proved 5-28-39 Lake Worth (2)). I The Legislature last week passed I
for the Merchants. Er-
most timely
6-1-39 Hobe Sound. an act to provide for a staggered Into oblivionWith
ratic fielding and a sacrifice all
6-4-39 West Palm Beach. I hunting season for the entire tate
entered into the scoring of five
6-8-39 Pompano. of Florida and while a few coun-
runs in the first frame by West Our Direct-Reduction Home
6-11-39 Pahokee. ties sought 'and secured exemption
Beach. Avant allowed ten '
Palm
Games Clewiston at Hobe Sound from "the provisions: of the act, : Loan Plan each monthly payment
hits in .the seven innings he worked I ,

and was relieved by Cross who allowed May'Games 14, June Clewiston 18. at West Palm exempted.Glades was not one of 'the counties I '''\ :;:;? 'f cancels a portion of the loan. That

only two hits in two innings. Beach :May 18, June 22. I I oH, "i.Lo ooA
'
Clewiston went into first place Games Clewiston at Lake Worth The new season will, as ,in former .,. ,cE part is'gone--'you pay no interest'Mo$1HIY

the Hobe years, commence on November 20 I thatmuch
last Sunday by handing June 15.Games. on itand'you are near-
; /yREpuctoo
Sound aggregation an 8-0 drubbing and allow continuous hunting for I 91REC1
Clewiston at Pompano, $ Ask
debt-free home ownership..
at Hobe Sound but the' lead was ten days, to December 1. After the er
I May 21, June 25.
short-lived.. '' first of December hunting will not and shall receive further good
Games Clewiston at Pahokee, May Nom, you
Wednes-
be
permitted on Mondays
Carlton was on the mound for I 25. about home loan plan.
days and Fridays and the season news our
allowed two
Clewiston and only
will close January 31 instead of
hits to the Sound team. Win. Hooks _
Too Late To- February 15 as formerly.
was behind the bat in both games.
Although there has been both
The feature of the game in Hobe
'-- of the bill Clewiston Federal
Sound was a spectacular catch of approval and disapproval Savings
(Continued From Page 4) in this county it is the opinion of
a fly ball by third baseman EdWard
enough to send me .the clippings, at least part of the hunters thatif

after circling a group of I if the reactions of the reviewers the remainder of the state is and Loan Association j jN
spectators to reach the ball.Sunday.s i
:were presented here. to have this staggered season thatit
games wil find Clewis-
The so-called "drama", it seems, would be unwise for this county
ton playing Pompano, at Pompano,
: was written by Theodore Pratt, and I to be excluded for the county wouldbe
and
West Palm Beach at Pahokee

Hobe Sound two games at Lake is directed by. Victor Sutherlandand overrun with hunters -on the .: :M:N:M:N:N:N:M:M:M:N:N:N:N:N:M:M:N:N:...:N:N:N NON N:N:..J ti N:N:1.:N:N:N:N:N:..:N:N:N:N:N:N II:N N:N:N:M:.-:NIF :

Worth I presented nightly at the Great closed days in other counties and I

Northern Federal Theatre as a the game would be rapidly exterm-

The box score for the Hobe I I WPA production and advertised in inated. IF I

Sound game is not available but the paid theatre columns of MilWaukee SPECIAL OFFER _:

is given for the West Palni Beach ,
I I papers as "Big Everglades Golf-
follows + +
game as : .
Drama of the Hurricane BIOW"-I ,
.
CiewistonAD RHO A I y
Cecil Smith of ::. ::
Bell; if .................... 5 0 1 0 0 i GOOD THROUGH JUNE IJO, IfKJi?
reviews: the production, describesit (Continued from one)
Roberts, cf ...;........ 5 .1 3 4 0 I page y y. y
as follows: II sociation will hold :'a 36 hole medal I y
Carlton, ss ............. 4 1 1 1 1 y y
I "Florida 'Crackers' and 'Furrincrs' tournament with 10-man team
'' ....... 4 0 0 9 1 a .
Beardsley, 1 b. :: SUB-TROPICAL :_=
from Nebraska, fly at eachother.s (competing from each of the three 7
D. Hooks, c ......__.... 4 1 3 5 2 I I I .
throats for five scenes of sections. The personnel of these 's. '
Ward, 3b ......._........ 3:: 0 0, 1 4 -
'Big Blow" and in the last scene 1 teams will be made up of the players :: GARDENING MAGAZINE :=
D. Hooks; 2b ........ ,1 0 1 4 3 I i
reconciled immured
nearly by being
are playing the best medal cards
Cross, rf-p :........... 2 1 0 0 0 y
within the walls of
a single for their section throughout the
Avant ............ 0 0 0 0 :: ::
p-rC 4. ; SUB-TROPICS i
log cabin during a death dealing season. ;; THE AUTHORITY ON PLANT GROWING. IX THIS ;;

hurricane. The opening meet at the Clewis- x
Totals ....... ......" 35 ,1 9 24 11. .
--
.
"Theodore Pratt's local color sto- ton Club will be a match play Nassau -
Price Per Year Now _
RHO A Regular $1.50 -
lIercl1alltsAD :: ::
I ry is big with potential dramatic event. Thereafter, the type of
O'Uourke, 'ss .......... 5 2 2 2 0
material; the mistrust of the, natives weekly competition, as well as the .
Jones, 2b ................ 4 1 1 3 4 :: $1.00 Until June 30, 1939 :;:
toward intruders from the
standings of the three sections, -will
Pointek, l'f ............ 5 1 1 0 0
I north, the bitter antagonism of be posted weekly at the Clewiston A.s.
Boise, lb................ 4 1 1 6 1
races when a loyal negro is forcedto I Club, the Lake Okeechobee Club, ::
I II MAIL SUBSCRIPTIONS AY1TH REMITTANCE TO .s.
Bonowitz, cf .......... 2 0 0 1 0
lay hands on a white man to and Betzner's Hardware Store at A
L. Sowell ...........:.... 3 1 1 1 0 I A .
save the heroine's virtue, the Belle Glade. I
Zinni, c ..;............... 4 1 1 9 .
screaming ecstacy of a 'Holy Roller'meeting Much interest is being shown in :i= Sub-Tropical Gardening =:|i:
Bridges, 3b ...:........ :3: 1 3 1 0
the irresponsible'wrath cf the formation of the new associ-
KinnamoI ...... y y
p 4 1 1 2 3
Stump, 'cf .............. 1 ,0 0 1 0 nature when a hurricane sets in. ation and, it is expected that com- ::: I*. O. BOX 931 KISSIMMEE, FLA. :Y
"Except for the wind between
crochety
petition the three sections
Dennis, If ............ 0 0 0 0 {0) t +
bitten aunt of Nebraska
the hero, will be very keen throughout the y 1I.
Gold, cf ......:.:......... 1 0 0 1 0 x .x
Dorothea Bates
played by there is entire season.
Jaudon, c _......_..... 0 0 0 0 0 not a real character in the play. I:N:N:N N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N N N:N H:N:N H NON N N N N N N N:":N N:N:111N:N N:N:N N N NON N N N:IN N N:N N NrON

Renker, p .............. 0 0 0 0 0 The Floridians are COMPLETE

LOWLIVES, incapable of a neighborly Is Your Subscription Paid?

Totals .....:........_. 3C 9 11 27 10 gesture, or a Christian atti- :M:N:N:N:N:N:Nii N N:N:N:--:N::N:N:N:M:1.:N:N N:..:N N;.:N:.:N 1:N:N N:N M:N:N N N N: :N:N.

Score by innings: tude until the hurricane catches

Clewiston ............ 010 002 001-4 : NOTICE
them in
the midst of their revival :?

Merchants ............ 500 004 00x9Summary meeting, blows all the starch out Notice is hereby given that the v+1
Board of Public Instruction of Hendry -
: of them and leaves them ready fora County, Florida, will on the 6th y
Errors, D. Hooks, Ward 2, Bell, saccharine, final curtain." day of June. 1939, until two o'clockp. v
y 1CLEWISTON
m, caternwstandal'd time, receive
Boise, Jones. Two base hits, O'- I imagine some of our Florida"Crackers" sealed bids for the construction of

Rourke. Home runs, B. Hooks, Carl- a' certain school building at Clewis ton,
ton, O'llourke. Stolen might get a thrill at FJoiida.) A certified check or bid 60LF j ji jv
bases Sow- being pictured as ignorant, brutal, bond in the amount of $ OO.OO must
ell 2 each bid for it to be
Bridges, Stump. Sacrifice hits, intolerant natives to accompany con-
crouching
sidered. Plans and specifications may
Bonowitz. Base on balls, off Kin- spring at the throats of visitors be obtained from L. Phillips Clarke,

namon 3, Avant 4, Renker 2. Struck Architect, West Palm Beach, Florida,
from other states. They surely applaud upon the payment of 2000. The sum i COURSE i
out, by Kinnamon 10, Avant 2, to the echo of that touchingscene of $15.00 will be refunded when the
Cross 1. Passed balls, B. Hooks. plans and specifications have been returned -
where the "loyal" negro to the Architect in good con- : I ._
/
Hits off Kinnamon 7 in 8 innings; dition. ',
saves the white woman from the ;, ;: ISIj
bM.s! shmild be addressed to
off Renker 2 in 1 off riii ;
inning; Avant evil clutches or'a white "Cracker" S. A. ISravc-n, Supci intcndent of Public 1 ?" ,-
10 in 6 innings; off Cross 1 in rapist.Of lr'icMoii.. Hendiy; County Florida ';; .0. 1
-
2 innings. Winning pitcher, Kinna- JjHUcllc. Florldti, and marked: j: )
course our senators and con- Bids for the construction of school .1
mon. Losing pitcher, Avant. Lefton build in;!. .
gressmen are too busy to' give The Board reserve the right to I
bases, Clewiston 8 ::
Merchants either time or thought to the activities reject any and 'l'' hd.:! :
6. Umpires Egnor-Brodie. Time of of such (SEAL,) M*". *. HOMER: : TAYLOR ]1" ,:.
immaterial and Chairman.' Hoard of Public
game 2:01. Scorer, Travis." trifling units as Federal Theatres.I Instruction, Hendry County,

doubt seriously whether any of ATTEST: Florida. joTtlie

SCHEDULE FOR THE SOUTH them have ever taken the troubleto S. A. GRAVES p iIpe'n[ Public I
FLORIDA .Sup<"''ntendent of Pub-
BASEBALL LEAGUE visit one. But I wish Senator I" Jti'itniftion. Hendry
FOR 1939 ("'"'iitv. Flonda.A'iy .
Pepper, who favors the "arts",
5, 12!, 19: "G; June 2.! .1 .:. l'I
_.__' Id
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would see if he can't arrange to z -: == := =- -'---- :

5-7-39 Hobe Sound at West Palm have "Big Blow" produced by Florida i' : ,:.

Beach; Pahokee at Clewiston; Pom- units, so the "homefolks" can H't.: .:.

pano at Lake Worth (2). see firsthand what a kind and ben- NOT"! is J hpreh"riven bv the I :::I., I'1 ....

5-11-39 Hobe Sound at Pahokee; evolent government is doing for undersized of his intention to apply j'I Ih-:..... .1.
West Palm Beach to the T.ngtelature of I" !loridrit its .I:I:, 11' :
at
Pompano. us. regular session in 1931; for th" plas-' : ..i::
5-14-39 Pahokee at Pompano; Just why Florida should be lire and enactment of a special bill,!' : I
,''I I ho 8rtince, "* the / y
Clewiston at Hobe Sound; Lake singled out by the WPA Federal law lf'ingas follow contemplated:1 yI

Worth at West Palm Beach (2). Theatre 'to be presented at govern- Authorizing tho City of Clew- ;I Moderate Gree.i Fees ::
5-18-39 iston. Florida, to adjust, settle, I' ,
Hobe Sound at Pompano; ment expense as "a horrible' ex- I ,. .:.
compromise, or dip n"nt during
Clewiston at West Palm Beach. ample" I don't know-and maybeit's the period from th(! *'me the : : Exceptional Fairways :_::

5-21-39 West Palm Beach at I none of my business. But it saId "reposed bill becomes a law I.I |I.
I I and September 1st. .113! !>, all ad
Pahokee; Clewiston at Pompano; seems to me we get enough -adverse valorem taxes assessed against J l r.I': interesting Greens :t

Hobe Sound at Lake Worth (2). publicity through REGULAR the t'txaLle: pronerty in aid city A

5-25-39 West Palm Beach at channels 'without bein' called on to for the "-..nr 1938 ind all prior I I',..1 __ .
thereto.

Hobe Sound; Clewiston' at Pahokee. accept the title of "LOWLIFERS"" I This years the mh slay L.: of STEWART April 1939.CLBERT" :. I.1 IJA............'.:..';;..::...._X;f.::XM....X":;**.t:t..,.:............>....."............t.......f.............,........t...,...,..... .:...r._.......,.......-11
5-38-39 Hobe Sound at Pahutee
; --even tbougb tho cause is terms p.
April 28, May 5, 1::, 19, 2J.( -- ., ,


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