The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: May 26, 1939
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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iF ij :BENEFIT PAYMENT' ; By Clarence "R. Bitting >i .. .., TILE WORK
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j II ,Act A of joint 1937 amendment was offered to the in Sugar Congress !("f$ : l : '};"[: :;' :;; an'extensive The U. S. Engineers program of have hyacinth begun

IIh the latter part of last week' by : : ; f ; elimination from channels and trib-

4 Senator C. O. Andrews and Representative utary lake
, ( streams which is expected -
J. Hardin Peterson which :.: t': My Bread Tastes Sweet"Turn .r 1 to be carried on until the
would remove all restrictions from greatest of
,, '; .'- navigation nuisances is
I sugar production provided the, grower "
I : ,,'-. entirely wiped out in this area.
; did not apply. for benefit payments. : ., '" .', The area has been divided into
: to'a map of Pennsylvania, locate Pittsburg and follow the .
I I) :, : sections. Section one includesthe
1: .j '; Members. of' the senate agricultural I- ', .' Ohio 'River toward Beaver; just before reaching Beaver will be found Caloosahatchee River and all

committee were studying the : ", the town of ,Aliquippa. Here an elderly Italian immigrant has made of the: south end of the lake froma
J amendment during the weekendand line drawn 'across from the flood-
an eloquent demonstration of the American spirit; the lesson of which
Senator Andrews and Congressj channel
; way at Nicodemous Sloughto

j I Peterson will seek an early should not be lost upon our Federal authorities. the mouth of the St. Lucie at

: Ii j hearing on their bills. The houseS Port Mayacca. This section takes

))1 bill is labeled HR-6426 and the' '. in all of the older
Mario Izzo came to America late in life and quickly learned the' I canals of the
senate bilt"S2461.. Everglades Drainage District along
' fundamental philosophy of ,America. Unfortunately he was forced
i P: Interviewed this week, in regard the south side of the lake and all

I: f I to the proposed bill 'Jay W. Moran, upon relief and, while on relief, was accidently burned to death. He was other tributary streams. Section

vice-president and general manager buried in the Potter's Field, the historic burial place for strangers two takes the north half of the

I of the United States Sugar Corporation lake and the St. Lucie Canal and
without funds. Shortly after his burial, the citizens of Aliquippa
i! stated that, if passed, the St. Lucie River. It also includesthe

i bill would provide for immediate r suddenly realized Mario was not a stranger amongst strangers and Kissimmee River as far up as

'f' I' benefits to the sugar area of the r. I that he had restored to many the wealth of the American heritage. Fort Bassenger. The third section
{ Everglades. Independent growers I takes all of the remainder of the
I When this realization came to the people of Aliquippa they raised a Kissimmee
; and those who have subscribed to valley from Fort Bas-

I a proposed co-operative sugar houseat fund, had Mario's body exhumed and, after a church funeral attendedby senger to Lake Kissimmee.

Belle Glade have sent telegrams Three crews will be employed In
almost one thousand persons buried him with honor in St. John'sCemetery. '
. 1 to all of the Florida delegation In each section known as the destroying -

I Congress urging their united sup- Today, funds ,are being raised for a memorial to Mario crew, the seining and trapping

port of the bills. Izzo. crew and the removing crew.
The sponsors of the bills estimate ., Col. L. H. Watkins, district en-

: that $500,000 would be saved thegovernment Why this consideration for, and honor to, an humble immigrant.: r gineer of Jacksonville recently had
I S in the idea for a new type of hya-
I subsidy payments in "While on relief he swept the streets of the town, six hours a day, cinth destroyer which has been
Florida alone. Growers are forced .
under the present law to accept six days a week as a volunteer, and, in explanation of his action, in f built and has proven most efficient.

these benefit payments because of his broken English, said, "You see they give me money to live. So I I This is a chopping machine on a
', strict very shallow draft boat which is
government regulations. They ; keep, this town clean like a table. It makes my bread taste sweeter. "a. series of circular saws which cut
believe that passage of the bill will -W .
,I :'t/t increase b"y; '..?0,000: wor'kers the ...; ; #*> through the hyacinth bank and
tear the hyacinths to'' shreds, sixtyto
fy number employed, in the Florida ,_. ';. ... democracy lies our belief .in the dignity 'and honor of wrk- ,
eighty per cent of them sinkingto
sugar 'industry and will prevent the '
:' the satisfaction of a job well done. The people of America, through, the bottom. It works rapidly,
plowing up of about 6,000 acres
I of fine cane next season. the townsfolk of Aliquippa, have re-affirmed their steadfast belief In covers about four miles per hour
: and can take care of a large hyacinth
"The destruction of this non- the American way, by'' publicly honoring a very humble, exemplar
acreage in a day. A crew of
surplus agricultural
crop when so
an old and indigent immigrant. two men operate the machine, as
Ii many people in the United States -, .... the
are hungry will be hard to justify" destroying crew

said the sponsors. :: ; .Today, hundreds of thousands'of native-born Americans are plead- I The seining 'and trapping crew
takes care of masses of hyacinths
Because this bill would become ing for the opportunity to make their bread taste sweet, through the
which blow against the bank of the
effective on January 1, 1940 it will -"- ; dignity and honor .of self-respecting, self-supporting and self-satisfying main lake and in other spots where

I not gard affect to disposition any calculations of the with 1939 re- work. '' Today' ,_ the opportunity is present to grant to many thousands there is access to them from shore.A .

'wire mesh "seine" Is used and
crop. : of these suppliants their historic and inherent right to earn their living -
1 is dropped along the outside of
o Although a copy of the bill has supplying the needs of their fellow Americans. The removal of the hyacinth bank. The mass is

not been received here most of worked toward the shore and as
'I limitations and restrictions upon the production of sugar, a non-surplus
the local sugar growers feel that soon as the ends of the seine can
; it is one of the best solutions proposed crop, in the Everglades, a high-wage low-cost sugar producing area, '
(Continued on Page 4)
':1 at this session of Congress I will create well-paid employment, on an American standard of living,'
and, everyone interested is being ,
I for more than 100,000 native born Americans. Sugar Officials
urged, to wire or write the Florida

'. delegation in Congress to use every -
:: .. Visit Puerto RicoJay
.: effort to bring about its pass: I

age. :,.
; "" ', W. Moran, vice-president and

Wilson AppointedState's \ ..,.' '. .. ., I general manager of the United

{ States Sugar Corporation and H. J.

Attorney ( I B. Scharnberg, superintendent of

the sugar house, returned the first

: I lof the week from a ten day visitto
"' The resignation of Roy D. Stubbs! Contract Is Let Radio Telephones Are Puerto Rico and Cuba to view
his position as state attorney
' I I 'I new equipment Installation at sug-
: for
the eight-county district
em- On Harlem Road Installed At Locks ar houses in these countries.
bracing Hendry
county and seven i MADE TO POWER The men made the trip by Pan-
other counties in the southwest I
l American Airways from Miami and
Florida judicial circuit, was an-I The board of county commissioners Installation of new radio tele-'I stopped en route at Antllla Cuba,

nounced by State Senator D. E. last Saturday awarded the con- HOUSE AT MILLThe phones in each of the hurricane I]Port Au PrinceHaiti., San Pedrode
Ward at Fort Myers last Satur-
structures and the Moore Haven
tract for placing an oil treatmenton Macoris, San Domingo and on

k t day. the road from the highway to locks has been started by the U. the return trip left the plane at
Stubbs, whose term would nor S. Engineers to Insure constant
the sugar house west toward the .Antilla and motored through Cuba
mally have expired August 1st of power' house at the sugar
i i i'f1 Harlem Plantation Village to the communications between these[!visiting various plantations en routeto
this year, asked to be relieved of Belcher Oil Company of Miami. house of the United States Sugar points and the Clewiston su'b-offlce 1 Havana. ,
I! his state duties in order that he in event hurricanes should disrupt -
" There was no stipulated bid price Corporation is being enlarged by the Mr. Moran states that one of
/ may accept a legal position in Wilmington
for the entire job, the bid being the construction of a new build- telephone and telegraph communication the most interesting visits was to
:1 N. C. He
Is succeeded
made the basis of 1 the LaFayette sugar house In Puerto -
on the oil used .
. ing, forty feet to house
: by Clyde Wilson, of Sarasota who by fifty-five
,! per square yard of surfacing.The These sets purchased from the 1 Rico, a co-operative concern recently -
was elected to the office in a new Diesel-driven generators for an Radio Marine the United
I proposed highway will be Corporation are purchased by ,
three-cornered primary race last twenty feet in width and approxi- increase in power .facilities. powerful sending and receiving un- !States government from private
-I year.Much of the work mately a half mile in length and The new building is to be of its and were selected for use in this c owners. In connection with the sug-
of Stubbs' office will be simply sand-oil treatment area only after a number of rigid jar house a plant is being operated
i has been carried structural steel framing on a con-
.1 on by his
I applied to the present road with no tests. Timber poles are being used for the manufacture of butanol. A
assistants, Sumter Leitner of'Ar- new materials.The crete foundation with corrugated Ito hold antenna wires as being project[ of subsistence homesteads is
j cadia and W. M/ Smiley of Braden- metal I resistant than steel tow- the workers
wind with
. siding. The entire cost of more being undertaken
,: ton. in road bed was being preparedfor
recent months
, and their (I
a'pour house and
d concrete
ers. given
the the new unit will he
I status will remain unchanged under surfacing by a county road approximately:
J the new state crew, the first of this week and $20,000. The sets will be installed and one acre of ground. It is anticipated -
the oiler and contractor's' crew ready for operation) by June 15 at that they'will in time purchasethe
BILL arrived here Wednesday. The power: house!; furnishes!' electricity Moore Haven, Lake Harbor, Belle homes. The homes are quite
INTRODUCED TO PERMITYEAR for the Glades Power and Glade, Canal Point, Okeechobeeand improvement in living conditionsover

''I AROUND FISHING IN CO. I Light Company in Clewiston, the Clewiston.Mr. J those of the average Puerto

Mrs A. B. Hunt and Mrs. J.' plant of that company being used Rican and an extensive project for

Representative E. L. Stewart of D. Baigrie of LaBelle visited Mr. entirely for the distribution of the mosquito eradication and irrigationis

this county and Represenative J. and Mrs. B. E. Herring this week. power. During the past harvest sea- and Mrs. Carl Johnson motored being carried on. "It Is Interesting -

I H. Peeples of Glades county introduced Mr. and Mrs. Herring and their son the power supply ,was inade- to Fort Myers Saturday. : to note," :Mr. :Moran said

bills In the house Tues- guests spent Wednesday, the date quate to care for the growing needsof Kimmy Johnson, who spent the "the extensive expenditures being

day to permit year around hook of the Herring's 6th wedding anniversary Clewiston and making the in- week there with Mrs. Keith Harts- made( by our government for the

and line fishing in the two counties.' in West Palm Beach. creased, facilities: Imperative. field, returned with them.. comfort of the Puerto Ricans. .

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Three Democratic CandidatesStart : ( riI

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Toe-Stepping Carefully HEADLINES I FROM THE LIVES I '

OF PEOPLE LIKE 1 '" t t 7r"f
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______ __ Released by Western Newspaper Union. _______ "Fog of Death" -. War'

crat to actually open his 1940 cam-
POLITICS : paign. Significantly, however, he has HELLO EVERYBODY: The young wife was confidingher

Early Rumblings ; taken no cracks at Messrs Roosevelt sir, the Vikings of old used to sail the seas in oared troubles to her mother.
Farley or Garner vice that than the "Jack's inclined to make a fuss
From coast to coast extend the ; a presidency galleys were hardly bigger motor, cruisers in "
(which is the most likely over trifles, she said. "Why, he
great rural regions whose political which we plough through our lakes and rivers today. I'll give
berth for him) is no longer to be got quite huffy just because I used
power has been recognized too late sneezed at after what is happening them a lot of credit for their nerve. But they had oars to row his tennis racket to strain the po.

by many an office seeker. More than vocal to Cactus Jack Garner. with and sails to carry them along. They knew where they were tatoes."
their, more apathetic city cousins, Ameri- going and they had, a pretty good chance of getting there. I'm

ca's small towns and farms write BUSINESS : betting a lot that there wasn't a Viking in any age who would ORDER IN COURT

three-fourths of all letters' to con DistributionIn have put himself in ,the spot Pete Gear of Sunnyside, L. I.,

gressmen. They vent an opinion those 1870 about 75 per cent of U. S. found himself in. Not for any amount of money.It IU
readily on such matters as r'
destined to determine 1940's election workers were producing goods, the happened in September, 1927-and here's how. Pete got a

. namely: (1) foreign policy, and other 25 per cent distributing them. job on a coal barge. And one of the first trips that barge was
By 1930, reports the Twentieth Century -
(2) agriculture, as related to the U. Fund, production efficiency had sent on after Pete ''joined the crew, was a tow out to sea with a

S.lems.economic' labor and 'relief prob increased so much that only 50 per load of coal for a ship that was to meet them a hundred and

cent of U. S. workers were needed ninety-five miles out in the Atlantic.
In 1938 serious Democratic reverses ,
for this Meanwhile distribution
in farm states gave rise to a The rendezvous at which they were to meet was south-
had absorbed the other 25
per Justice of the Peace-And dt
midland Republican vote hope pool: will That go the G. nation's O. P. in cent, accounting ,for half the jobs.A east of ,Block island. A tug was to ,take the barge out. Five you promise to love, honor and
possible conclusion: Distributionmay ,men composed the barge's crew. Four of those fellows-Pete included obey him?
1940. A Gallup poll recently con-
firmed it, giving Democratic hopefuls be costing too much. ,A possible had never been out to sea before. The fifth man was a regular sea- Bride-I object to the promiseto
rebuttal: Men must eat, and going bargeman. obey.
the jitters. and forcing prema
ture'rumblings of next year's cam men kicked out of production by laborsaving Trip Was Like a Moonlight Excursion.On Justice of the Peace-Objection
paign. Nobody ,yet knows whether machinery must turn to overruled, answer the question.
President Roosevelt will run again distribution jobs or starve. Thoughthis the afternoon of the day appointed, the tug came along and the J
(31 per cent of. U. S. voters would raises per item cost to the con barge was hooked on oehind it. Pete says the trip up Long Island sound First Dare

approve it) but this month three sumer, every man benefits by a was like a moonlight excursion. But after, they passed Montauk Point, Dzudi-The first tune. you con-
higher living standard. the sea was mighty rough. The four landlubbers immediately got seasick.It tradict me I'm going to kiss you.

Breaking down a sample year's was a hard night for those lads-but it was going to be a Miss Polyxeni-You are not.
total sales volume, Twentieth Century lot harder before they got back. The next day, when they

Fund found 1929's finished arrived at the appointed spot, there was no sign of the boat they Wrong Man

x n goods cost $66,000,000,000. Of this, had come to meet. The tugboat captain told the bargeman to Joe got the'job unloading cattle

:;: ?,' 1 $39,000,000,000 (or 59 cents on the drop anchor and he would circle around and see if he could find at the docks. After only an
s dollar) went to distribution. This the other boat. He, cast off the tow line and the tug steamed hour down in the hold, he ap-
meant that production, which employs away. Soon it was out of sight. There 'was nothing in sight, peared on deck covered with cuts
,:ac 3fi half the man power, gets less as a matter of fact, but water and more water. They were and bruises.

J .4'4 than half the revenue. Of the total nearly two hundred miles from the nearest land. Then, half "Give me my cards," he criedto
1929 distribution cost, $13,000,000,000went an hour later, a thick fog settled down over the anchored barge. the foreman. "I'm a stevedore, \

I iQ e., to retail distribution, $7,000- Says Pete:' "We were lying in our bunks, too sick to move, when the not a toreador!"
000,000 to wholesalers, $9,000,000,000to regular bargeman came in and told us about the fog. He explainedthat

transportation, another $9,000- we were anchored in the shipping lane, and that was a dangerous Ouch! '
000,000 to manufacturers' distribution position. We would have to keep the fog bell ringing as long as the Tuffy-What's the matter? You

costs. fog lasted. Otherwise we would most likely be run down by one of the look as though you've been in a
i'i' 'A Smallest item of all was advertising '
liners which ocean.
were continually passing through that part of the fight.
which (contrary to popular And that was only the beginning. The troubles crowded thick and Manzy-Just had a tussle witha
misconception) cost less than fast after that. It was night now, and the bargeman went aloft' to hang dentist.
$1,000,000,000 and probably paid its Tuffy-Who beat?
way by giving consumers a better
Manzy-It ended in a draw.
buy for their money.

EUROPE: ,, Donovan and,Flanagan were arguing

Peacemaker about their dogs. "This
morning" said Donovan "I threw t ta
Just looking around. "There are knots in European politics, ,
but recourse to the sword is, perhaps, not quarter into the canal and my
Democratic nomination campaignsare necessary to cut them.' Nevertheless thereis dog fetched it out and put it in
taking shape despite wise counsel need that these knots be untied once my hand."
that the administration had better and for all because sometimes a hard "That's nothing," replied Don

settle immediately on a man reality is preferable. to a long uncer. ovan. "I threw a quarter into the
who can be elected, rather than tainty. l canal and my dog brought out a
think only of the nominating con Benito Mussolini's 'statement referred fish and ten cents change."
vention. The campaigns: specifically to two "knots,"
I his own demands against France forF Saddest Yet
Farley. At Mexico, Mo., Amen-
ca's smartest politician told a groupof I He-I can think of nothing sadder
military, students that "we are than a man without a country.
Pete went out and started ringing the fog bell.a .
one of the few nations where a She-I can. A country without a

man's destiny is in his own hands." F riding light. He was hardly up there when he fell to the deck and lay man.

Postmaster General James A. Far still, his leg broken. "Then," says Pete, "the nightmare began."
ley's destiny.probably lay in the trip
Pete ''Hauls ''Injured Bargeman to His Bunk.
he then
was taking, a gun-jumping,
cross-continent tour in which he # ; : : s tii Pete picked him up'and carried him to his bunk. The other

placed some 200 delegates under three men were still lying in their bunks, the ghastly pallor of VESPER TEA
lock and key for himself or the man seasickness on their faces. When he had done what little he

he chooses to run for President. could for the injured man, Pete went out and started ringing the
Carefully avoided was any statementthat fog bell.
might offend either Mr. Roosevelt
The night wore on, and the fog showed no sign of lifting. Pete yankea
or Vice President Garner but
away rythmically on that bell, tolling a monotonous dirge. His arm 1 C
Farley was sizing up mattersas was getting tired. His ,hand was chafing from its constant contact with
a good'politician should. A
Roman ., the bell rope.. Every minute he expected to see the bow of an ocean
Catholic could Virtue
be Revealed
probably not
4 liner looming over the barge. Every minute he expected to hear a
elected President, but Mr. Farley's thud and a crash of splintering .timbers as some huge craft cut themin There is not any virtue the exercise y
200 votes might ''easily make him two. "of 'which, .even ''momentarily

vice presidential nominee. Pete began to feel, that he couldn't hold his arm up to pullon will not impress a new 'fair-

Garner. Never has a southernerbeen K y? that bell rope any longer. He went into the cabin and triedto ness upon the features.-Ruskin.

elected President, the more so rouse one of the seasick men. ,Not"one of them would get up.
today because Negro voters almost Pete was seasick himself, but these fellows felt a_ lot worse. In
furnish a balance of -r. r+ .rr
northern power in several ........ vain he told them of the dangers of leaving that bell unmanned. J.y R: t hrb Y 4t1'i
states. But John
Nance Garner's They didn't care whether the barge went down or not. In fact, ? :
campaign manager IL DUCE one or two of them hoped it would. -
concentrated in south and southwest There knots in
states to line up 200 delegates are Europe. Pete dragged himself back to the bell. He was sick-sleepy-

for the aging Texan whose intense concessions in the Mediterranean, aching. But he couldn't quit., His life depended on it. And, so
popularity is the year's No. 1 political and Germany's demands against did the lives of those other four.men in their,bunks. Dawn came,

phenomenon. If a secret agree Poland for Danzig and a slice of the and 'still he was jerking away on that'rope.. Still the fog ,hadn't
ment exists between Democrats Polish corridor. This offer to resort lifted. All morning long-all afternoon-he stuck to his post.
Farley t nd Garner, the tactics thus to conciliation place of war Both his hands were so raw now that he had to hook his elbow

far bear it out. Each has studious gave heart to France and Britain, through the bell rope and pull it with his arm.

ly avoided an invasion of the other's but they probably forgot that Signor Night came-and still Pete was at it.His whole body was stiff now. .\ .
,stamping grounds, and though neither Mussolini's speech fitted perfectlyinto He ached in every muscle and joint and bone. His arm was working .,:-
has spoken there is every indication a chain of events which matches mechanically now. He scarcely realized that he. was pulling that cord. j.

that they see eye-to-eye. Both with the pattern created last autumnat PeteRings Bell,for 36 Hours Straight.
advocate economizing, and both Munich.At .
looked with alarm on the President's that time it was Mussolini who And for two nights and a day Peter rang that bell.. Never will he HOST TO mOST
"purge" last fall. Since a northern "counseled" Der Fuehrer to talk forget the nightmare of, that experience. On'the morning the third
Catholic cannot hope to carry the things over at Munich. Hitler won day he couldn't take it any longer. He didn't quit. He just fell asleep- : WHO VISIT BAITlmOREIBaltimore's >
South, and since a southerner might concessions and Italy's reward was right where he was-from sheer exhaustion.

have trouble in the North nothing German support in Spain and Alba- When Pete awoke again the sun was just disappearing over the. hotel-700 newest rooms,, largest equipped and finest with

could be more logical than a unionof nia. This spring II Duce again appears western horizon. But the fog had.lifted. There, was no sign of the tug. every luxury and modem conveni
Garner and. Farley. forces. as Europe's peacemaker justa When the fog came down it had been unable to find the barge-and it ence. Fine restaurants serve theworld.renown'ed
McNutt. In 1940 a million college few weeks after the RomeBerlinaxis still hadn't found it. food that has made
students will cast their first been Baltimore a Mecca for "gourmets"
has cemented into a mili. ;
that third waited. On the fourth Pete
All night they day
votes, and newly organized Student bars and lounges feature drinks
Opinion Surveys finds their choice tary pact.her Mediterranean Frightened real- sighted a plane. It circled around in the skies and then headed mixed in the time-honored Maryland

(17.7 per cent) is Indiana's ex-Gov. izing is argumentwith back toward land again. "When it turned around," says Pete, manner. Rates from G3 to $6 single.
Italy the "knots
one "
Paul V. McNutt "I thought that pilot hadn't seen us. But the plane had spotted
now high commis- untie
will and
sioner to the probably persuade the barge. It had been sent out from New London for that very
Philippines. Meanwhile Britain to
from appease once more by purpose. And on the fifth day the tug boat came out and reclaimed -
Indianapolis, Manager conceding
Germany's right to Dan
its lost tow.,
:Frank McHale is busy broadcasting
that Mr. McNutt ,is the only Democrat zig.Today's most likely solution of the It didn't take Pete long to get over the effects of his adventure. Nov I

who can carry Indiana and is Danzig problem is a plebiscite with he looks back on it as quite an exciting experience. There's one thing, 1
therefore a powerhouse throughoutthe League of Nations sanction, in which though, that makes Pete mad. He worked himself to exhaustion tryingto
northern states. Hurrying back Danzig's 96 per cent German keep some vessel from sending that barge to the bottom. "But in .JWEEKLY
home from his Pacific post, handsome will make quick work of an international all that time," he says, "I didn't'see a single one of those big linen
Mr. McNutt is the first Demo crisis. that J was in ,such fear of." '
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Parental Co-Operation Windsors Mark IMPROVED
i Should Bear Fruit

2nd AnniversaryTwo Ci e w aI I lmfclufcys on thin

'j' A school-teacher, after examination SUNDAY L ice in life

I of the pupils in her class by years ago, on ,June 3, 1937 ,esson ,

the school nurse, wrote the follow- married at By every new
a king a commoner By HAROLD L. LUNUQUIST. D. D.
ing note to the parents, of a certain Monts France. Still exiled from Dean of The Moody Chicago Bible Instituteof 'temptcJtion lured.
little boy:
his ,native England apparently resigned Western Newspaper Union. I'll never from
shows run
"Your boy Charles signsof WE
to life of inconsequence,
a I jA
Will please risksbut
astigmatism. you
investigate and take steps to cor- the duke of Windsor lives content- Lesson for May 28 my "
I'd better ?
rect it?" edly in France with his American Lesson subjects and Scripture texts se- .
born wife, the former Mrs. Wallis lected and copyrighted by International et r t
she received
I The next morning Council of Religious Education: used by my
from Warfield Simpson. Some day he r' ,t'... permission.
: i a laboriously written reply fir, soul insured!
the boy's father, which read as hopes to return to England with
I love. Meanwhilethe
follows: "the woman
"I don't exactly.'" understand Windsors make the most of an LESSON TEXT-Romans 1117.

i! what Charlie has done; but I,have, uncomfortable situation that ,of ,GOLDEN TEXT-For I am not ashamed
of the gospel of Christ: for It Is the powerof
J nd
him 't night. can
walloped you being notoriously unimportant. .
I God unto salvation to every one that believeth.
j wallop him tomorrow. That ought .-Romans 1:18.
,, WNU Service.
'"' .
f ?!=;l' g wg."
II to help. '='>> =:< r >

t',IIJ "I see chaos only one thing

r will stop this coming chaos a
sweeping spiritual revival. Unlesswe Use Oilcloth Scallops
rl rlj
j have such a reawakening .of religious -
rlIf I( And Red Rick RackBy
j If forces we shall have a depression -

DEPARTMENT within the next 10 years
'\\l lI that will make the last one look RUTH WYETH SPEARS

I like a Christmas eve program." So "D EAR MRS. SPEARS: I needan

wrote a prominent business advisor idea that will pep up my

J; 'MONUMENTS recently, as quoted in the Practical 'kitchen windows. Everything is up

!I Commentary. His view is. sharedby to date but the curtains. They look

I i CEMETERY MEMORIALS from VER- others not only in business but old fashioned. The color schemeis
i i MONT. MARBLE AND GRANITE. Send in governmental circles. Religious red and white, but please don't
for folder. Temple Brothers Rutland Vt.
i s leaders, some of whom until recently tell me to use red and white

I j I BABY CHICKS were presenting glowing picturesof checked gingham because I have
r the., beautiful fellowship of the done that before.-J. B."

Above: They frequently peoples of the earth in a modernisticfaith Alright, no checked gingham!
; l
CHICKS et100uGeorgia > appear at public ceremo- Y4/ which is far from the gospel, How about some nice crisp dotted

f U. S. nies, as when this picturewas are now either silent or prophets of swiss with the widest red rick rack
:; Approved
taken with Maxime s ,. :af
If tih. Polloram Tetled. Write despair. Faithful witness for God
j I II i now for free circular Af, Real del Sarte, who pre- have long seen the approach of this RED OILCLOTH

I I l! scribing theM belter cblckt sented them with his me day, and like prophets of old have

'I ) -- r ti: BLUE RIBBON HATCHERY dallion, of Queen Victoria, warned the people to turn to God. MARK
'-M' H 21}Fenyth 51.5,W. Atlanta.6*. which will become God stifl lives.I. SCAL 0 SI
part ofa ,# ( eroaawlNs
monument to be erectedat The Gospel (vv. 1-6). I A CUP !

Biarritz. Right: An Paul knew himself the bond- -CUTOUT"
unusual as
i Years in Moments I AND PASTE
camera study of the slave of Jesus Christ, recognizingthat ON THE

duchess, who has grown in he had been set apart by God j.ff I : WINDOWFRAME

f i At certain periods' life we live popularity recently. for the exalted purpose of preach-
I of emotion in few weeks RED RICK ,
years a ing the gospel. The word itself RA Ki

i 4! and look back in those times as M'S Y! .r wvepv ygyy means "good news," that is, any
: i on great gaps between'the old life good news. But because there is STITCH

and the new.-Thackeray. but one bit of good news in the world #CREASE WIDE WITH CURTAIN A HOT HEMS IRON' RIGHT FROM

J, entitled to a place of supremacy, it SIDE

has come to mean the good news of

y i <" tlr' f 'Yk < the grace of God in Christ Jesus. you can find for the edge? Ther:

NERVOUS ? Note the three points made by make a border around the,top and

I Picture.e N. Paul. First, it is "the gospel of sides of the window by pasting

II Do you feel so nervous you want to scream? God," good news from God. "Hu- scalloped red oilcloth on the win-
Are you cross and irritable? Do you scold Parade dow frame using'' wall
those dearest to you? manly speaking, from every reason- paper
If your nerves are on edge and you feel able standpoint, God can have only paste. Cut the oilcloth in strips
; you need a good general system tonic, try ,
first then mortise the
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, one message for fallen, rebellious corners by
I made especially for women. __ 'l men-a of judgment and cutting them on the bias. Start
I t L+ For over 60 years one woman has told another message -the
r, how to go"smiling thru"with reliable '4: r4t death. If there is to be good news marking the'scallops at cor- .
i Pinkham's Compound. It b b' ners, as shown here making the
helps nature build from God, then God Himself must ,
up more physical resistance and thus helps
center wider than the
top scallop
calm quivering nerves and lessen discomforts undertake to change the relation-
II from annoying symptoms which often accompany between and Himself others. The tie-backs for the cur-
r' ship man so
i female functional disorders. tains also be made of the red
I it will be able bestow His may
Why not give a chance to help YOU? that He to
Over one million women have written in oilcloth.
This is
i richest
blessings upon men.
reporting wonderful benefits from Pinkham'a With the of Book 1 SEW-
Compound. the good news, that God is under-
I ING for the Home Decorator ,
taking to save men from the judg-
.::1 I ., : ment and doom that man deserves" can make many of the things you
9 n. w
A Forlorn HeartIs ; (Wilbur M. Smith). have been wanting for your home.
Book and Gifts is
2-Embroidery ,
there a heart that music can- Then observe that this salvationwas

not melt? Alas! how is that rugged .w Mu.MWRiKvLG. flf nn j-j iVv-Wrt wirft-/y n/i-JUIT r jpflfrlfcj.'.wtwi in vfr "ka0wwrrs prophesied beforehand (v. 2). full of ideas time for in ways to use useful your
: heart forlorn-James! Beattie. This gospel we have is not some- spare things. Books are 25 cents each.

I -_._. thing suddenly prepared to meet an Enclose 50 cents for both books,

I! I SOOTHES CHAFED emergency. It was prepared before and leaflet illustrating 36 authentic
"r M the foundation of, the world (Eph. embroidery stitches will be included -

: ORO SKIN1IJ! 1:4; Rev. 13:8). Arid in verse 3 FREE. Address, Mrs. Spears,

I we"read that the good news is "con- 210 S. Desplaines St., Chicago, Ill.Lt .
cerning his Son. He is the ,only Sa

viour and unless it is concerningHim

Being Ready that we are to speak, the newsis

i The great secret of success in not good news.

j I life is to be ready when your op- I II. The Gospel for the Whole

; portunity' comes.-Disraeli. World (vv. 7-15).
i r
Religious cults flourish only where

: lOST YOUR PEP ? hism conditions, we are prosper told, succeeds them. "Budd-best in KILLS

Here Is Amazing Relief for warm climates. Mohammedanism
Conditions Due to Sluggish Bowels flourishes among people of low cul

I 'n m... !tJ1 l tpeact; 11 you silks think, lust all laxatives cry this., > r r9s rsu,ws n At xn j, ,. ture. The gospel of Christ breaks MANY INSECTSON

, .oIII- n.I "'II--=.- 80 mttafld.SabiIaaatlra.. .borough, re- t il& through all barriers of geography FLOWERS FRUITS

i i I sick msfling.headaches. invigorating., bilious spells Dependable, tired feeling relief when trom lvNEJ'i -, / 4 iF climate and race, and has proved itself VEGETABLES I SHRUBS
I I associated with constipation. to be equally adapted to men of
, get< a 25c box of NR from your Demand original sealed
Without Risk ntthefbox the test then : all nations' (LeRoy M. Lowell). 3644 bottles,from your dealer
It not delighted, to us. We will
refund the purchase Paul was called to preach to
price. That's fair.
Get NR Tablets today. Wkj J:* : Greek and barbarian, to Jew and

Gentile, to the wise and the unwise,
ALWAYS CARRY Calm Interchange
!I .aK tenor QUICK RELIEF Above: Night club life like this to every living soul. What is more, That is the happiest conversa

rur' FOR ACIDINDIGESTION has recently become less importantto he regarded himself as a debtor to tion where there is no competition -

.<..usw sa the Windsors. Left: Grace them, and that is the spirit that no vanity, but a calm, quiet

:I Moore, American singer, who brings forth a sacrificial determination interchange of sentiment.-Dr. S.
to make Christ known to the
II I WNU 7 21-39 stirred Brit- Johnson.
c a controversy among
ends'of the earth. Let us recognizethat
ish at _the Riviera when she gave we too are in debt to the whole

is impossible Vain AttemptsIt for a man who the, duchess the royal honor of a world because we have the gospel ARE YOU RUN DOWN?
deep curtsy in public last 'winter. that men need. Then in Christ's
attempts things to do them
all well. many Below: Last autumn the duke and name let us as honorable men and We wish you could SEE some of
;Xenophon. -P'; duchess of Gloucester visited the women pay our debt. the letters that come to us, telling-
what Wintersmith's has done for
Windsors! in Paris, giving rise to III. The Gospel for the World's people with Malaria-people who

reports that Edward and his wife Salvation (vv. 16, 17). are run-down, sick, "no good" due

'' may soon return to the British Paul was not ashamed to take the to Malaria. For over 70 years,these
: 'I
I / Isles. i into the heart letters have come in by hundreds.
of that
Backache : gospel very
\ ; s cwt i j ancient world 'the All these people can't be wrong.;
magnificent cityof
Why 'don't YOU get a bottle of
May Warn of Disordered Rome. Had he come with some Wintersmith's, and TRY it?
I f Kidney Action new philosophy of life which had no

Modern life with Su hurry and worry ij power to transform men, he might WINTERSMITH'STONIC
and ufr' '
habits I
irregular ? improper eating
have been ashamed
but he
drinking its risk of exposure and i infection ,
j -throws; heavy attain on the workof knew that what he had would meet
the kidneys. They are apt to become.
over-taxed and fail to filter excess acid t; the deepest needs of humanity for
p and other impurities from the life-giving t/ deliverance from sin and sorrow and
I You may suffer nagging backache, eternal death. He knew that the ,
I headache, dizziness, getting up nights, need of the "up and out" was the The Day's Duty
I leg pains, swelling-feel constantly Do today thy nearest duty.J.W. .
tired nervous, all worn out. Other signs same as that of the "down and out"namely
,I, of kidney or bladder disorder may be the redeeming grace of Goethe.
burning,scanty or frequent urination.
Use Doan't Pillt. Doan't help the i God-the gospel which is "the power -
kidney. to get rid of excess poisonous of God unto salvation to every
body waste. They are antiseptic to the KILL
I urinary tract and tend to relieve irritation one that believeth" (v. 16).
{ and the pain it cause Many grateful ITflccfl
people recommend Doan't. They Why should we who follow Christbe Killer attract and kills fllca. I Ii
have had more than forty years of public ry"ii so timid when Paul could be so 0e.i i(convenient Guaranteed-effective.Cannot BpUl Neat.--
approval.AK hirer neighbor 1 Wlllnotaallorlnjure anything.
bold? Certainly should
9 A Ly'i P we speak Lists all eeaon.Ao at all
:i r. to men about this good news in an ? dealers. Harold ,B'k1ysAN.Y.,.
4 ; i lbo De
;, /'P. y.'i' : apologetic, "hopeyouwon'tmind"attitude.
I\ ? Ldi I Men need Christ. We know 'DAISY FLIT KILLER

Christ will meet their every need.

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The Clewiston News I Looking on the tourist as a sucker -I lowed by Benediction of the Most COMMUNITY CHURCH ice in Moore Haven and by

and a sap, these racketeers picka Blessed Sacrament. H03"aI'Palm Avenue noon yesterday virtually every

likely spot on a well traveled Religious Instruction Class for :Forest C. Taylor, Minister subscriber was becoming accustomed -

Published every Friday In Clewiston, highway, plaster the road with"signs children Saturday morning at nine I to the new type phones.
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS for several miles in each direction -I here in Clewiston, and after Sunday Morning worship and sermon
Inc. The new system was cut in as
put up circus or sideshow I Mass in Pahokee. next Sunday at eleven o'clock.
\ soon as installation was started
type of "front". and ballyhoo their I The Mass schedule of Pahokee is Sunday school every Sunday at and there was little or no incon-
ATJlJ.EY IIOTVIIEN, Editor "wild animal exhibit", "fossil mu- 10:30 every Sunday, excepting the 9:45, B. C. Flaniken, Supt.
venience caused by the change.
:seum", "Indian village", "alligator, last Sunday of the month, when The Senior Christian Endeavor
New pages were printed for the
Entered as second class. mall matter and reptile farm"-or what have Mass is1' at eight o'clock. The pub- meetings are being held now on directories here giving the new
February 3, 1927. nt the Post Office In you. I lic, regardless of religious ,belief, Monday evenings at seven o'clock.I
<:Clewiston Florida, under the Act oi I numbers, four numbers being le-
March 3, 1807.Subscription. Tourists fresh from the north fall I i I I'I Is always welcome in this church. The Mission Study Class meets qUired for using the dial system.

for these gags, to find they paid i every Monday afternoon at two The first number is a designation

to look, at a tank or :FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH o'clock.
Rate $2.00 Per Year. their money I I number, the second and third the
two or three 'gators, a cage of, Coiner Ventura and ,Central Avenue The public is cordially invitedto actual phone number and the finalis
: Advcrtlxlnj Rntcn On Application. "The Church" worship in the Clewiston Com-
fox squirrels, a moth-eaten and ,Friendly for the ring.HOME .

mangy bobcat-while others find I :Marsb.aU,, Mines, pastor.. munity Church.

Devoted to the advancement and welfare the much publicized and ballyhooed
of Clewiston and Hendry County. "museum" contains only a few I Services every Sunday:
I dried up bones of questionable origin Sunday school 9:45 a. m., B. E. HyacinthContinued -

a mess of possible arrowheads Herring, Supt.Morning L'AUNDRYReasonable
and remains of II worship 11:00. Sermonby
and broken pottery ( From Page One)
a dug-out canoe. They are offered the pastor.B. .
are ontoa
week bills were introduced ten-cent store, novelties, tiny bales Y. P. U. 7:00: p. m., A. H. tractor at the shore and pulled Rates

simultaneously into the U. S. Senate of cotton with a celluloid negro King, director; Mrs. Herman Davis, the
out. upon bank to die. Where
and the House of Representatives of it and mailing card associate. ,
sitting on top
I tributary streams enter a main Mrs. P. S. Maynard
by Senator Andrews and[ which is termed a "Florida" souvenir -, Evening preaching at 8 p. m. channel a boom will be placed
Congressman Peterson to providefor -in spite of the fact that 1 i Sermon by the pastor.
across the, mouth of this stream to
an amendment to the Sugar Act; the bottom of the bale carries the! Midweek service every Wednesday prevent any hyacinths from enter- Hay Building
of 1937 which would lift all restrictions words "Made in Japan." evening at 8 p. m. ing the channel. The destroying ma- I
on the production of sug- W. M. S. each 2nd and 4th
For many years the largest and J chine will then be used to grindup
ar cane providing the, grower waivesthe : finest alligator farm in the world!Tuesday at 3:30 at the church, Mrs.A. the hyacinth mass which accumulates ---

right to benefit payments. This. has been located'at St.-Augustine. R. Broadfoot, president. behind these booms:
joint amendment, if passed by Congress -.1 i
are Sunday school teachers and of-
where 6,000 live 'gators on The removal crew will consist of
would make possible immediately display, as well as ostriches and ficers meeting Wednesday at 7 the present elevator type hyacinth
a a gigantic expansion
program a varied wild life collectiontosay ]p. m. I remover :which has been used with
j' in the production of sugar in the nothing of a splendid museum. The public is cordially invited to considerable su'ccess,_ the D-l, Good FarmLand
Everglades and apparently is get- I ;
Jt: is one of the 'most interesting attend all our services. equipped with a grapple and a
ting serious attention from the agri- I.
and educational exhibits to be found The, sermon for Sunday morning dragline equipped with grapple to
cultural committee of the senate.
anywhere and the visitor gets more worship hour will close the serieson throw the hyacinths out upon the
Any child in this area would be
than his money's worth. "Consecration" the topic being bank. r
able, to tell you in no uncertain
Because it wonderful show "Consecration in Labor". How wil- The
terms what would happen if govern- lis.a first work done will be start-
ment restrictions were removed. and one well worth seeing, count- ]ling are we to work for the Lord? ed this week in the Caloosahatcheewith for Rent

The new sugar industry was just less thousands of people who have ]Is there any possibility of failureif work getting well under way

beginning to prove to the world visited it have told friends to be i we follow the leadership of God about the first of June. Carawan

what 'could be done in the production sure and see' the Alligator and and do the work that he com Nelson, engineer in charge of' the

of sugar in the Evergladeswhen Ostrich" Farm at St. Augustine. But mands? Come hear this message on Clewiston sub-office estimates that ......

the restrictions were imposedand when the visitor arrives at St. working for the Lord. The special by the first of September 'all the

has been prevented, 'since that Augustine today he finds THREE ]music will consist of two hymns main channels will be well opened

time, from any great amount of "Alligator Farms"-one which real- sung by the choir "Moment by Moment" and by the first of the year that

expansion. But in the interim it ly offers him something for his by D. W Whittle and May the hyacinth pest will be virtually TrespassersWill

has money and others that were es- Whittle Moody, and "We'll Work"by removed.It .
been proven that sugar cane
tablished primarily to cash in on i Mrs. Elizabeth Mills and Dr. is not anticipated that the Be
can be produced cheaper in Flor-
the good will and reputation built William Miller. program will require many addi- y
ida than in many foreign countries
where up over the years by the original The message for the Sunday ev- tional men in addition to the ProsecutedClewiston
peon labor is employed and
attraction and which have littleto ening' hour is "Giving God All The regular maintenance crews.
yet allow the payment of the best
offer from either the standpoint ;Keys". This message was inspiredby
wages to the workers of any sug-
ar producing area. Is there any of interest or entertainment. ] the hymn "I Surrender All" by New Automatic Dial

reason to believe otherwise than Such "gyp"-: practices do the state W. S. Weeden. and J. W. VanDe-

that the removal of restrictions and our tourist communities untold ]Benter. This hymn will be. sung Telephones In Use

would mean: an era of -expansionand harm. Tourists who are "sucked" Sunday evening by Arch Hodges :

prosperity in the 'glades nev- in are naturally sore, and all Flor- and Mrs.' Clarence Krueger. The

er before equalled? ida must take the rap. message is one which. searches for (Moore Haven Democrat) Realty And

an understanding of just how far The construction crew of the
If the Plan
Already enough growers have proposed. Restoration ,.
we should go in being willing to Inter County Telephone and Tele-
for St. Augustine and
'signed an agreement to raise cane goes
makes sacrifices for the Lord. Other graph Company began early yesterday DevelopmentCorporation I
in the Belle Glade and Pahokee the Ancient City becomes another :)
special music will be a choir morning the installation of
there will be
sections that a new sugar houseon Williamsburg, plenty
called "He is Knocking" by the dial ;
of hymn new telephones to replacethe
about her
sharpshooters camped
a co-operative basis is assured .
E. E. Hewitt and B. D. Ackley. It obsolete type of battery phones
there. Independent growers may Increase gates with a variety of fake at-
is hoped that both services will be which have been in use here since .
their acreage without the tractions, designed to trip the tourist I
well 'attended. the inauguration
telephone serv-
worry that next year that acreage before he even reaches the city

will limits. In fact, I ,wouldn't be sur- .
be cut in half and possibly, - -----
I' to learn that ......+-................... .......... .......;. ."" "" ".' ..:. . ... ... . . ... ,..
by enforcement of restrictions, prised the "Fountain any day of now Youth" had been :NNN: .: :.1N:. :...:...:...:...:...:...:...:..:...:....:..:...:...:......;...;...;...;...;...;...;...:...;...:...;...;...:...;...;...:...:."i".....:...:...:...:...:...:...:.......:..1NNNN:. :..t.. :. :...:.N;..1NNNN1111N11:. :. :. :. :. :. ;. :. :...:.....NN:..t."i".NN:. ;...:.NNMHNNti; : ; ; : ;..:.NMg ; :
force the abandonment of their : +' '

plantings.New relocated just south of,. the Georgialine % H
raw sugar houses will rise] to learn of a "Cypress' Gardens yy yy. "t

up, ,processing plants will follow = on U. S. No., lout of Jack
i : :;
: :
; ::::
sonville be
as a matter of course as well as or advised that some ..
AN :: :::
smart had bought himself a H1 '
various industries for utilization' of guy .." .. ): >:.%
couple of second-hand horse troughsand ,

the So cane if you by-products.would see a new era was opening a "Marine WON- ; ,,! -.: / ."' : : /:.: .: ::::

of prosperity in the Everglades; DER Land", near St. Augustine.I IIi '. ALL ELECTRIC :' II:_:::
:;.:;: '. r. ; :
If you would see thousands of un- don't know just what we are :::::: .,)...

employed at work in the harvestof going to do about it, but something ::::: ::. ::::

additional acres; if you wouldsee ought to be done and protect the :::::i_: ". '" HOME : .': ,-. Xi: :
your business prosper in pro- good name of Florida as well as ii
.;..;. :" ::::
the visitors who come here at our "I
portion to the prosperity of the
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; ::::
sugar industry then write your con- invitation. Since the state seemsto &

,(gressional delegation, or wire them, be able to regulate the priceof xx AV J v YY
? ...
urging their united support of this milk, the manner in which our o ; ;
amendment which means if pants are pressed, the grade and A

,- a new deal for the Everglade, passed pack of our fruit and produce, 'and ;:_i;:::;, Electricity is the modern servant; a servant that :!:::

on a permanent basis. most everything. else-maybe the takes of the and the of the _
legislature in its spare time might ::;::i: care both work pleasures :?::Y:

be smart enough to define what iYY; ; home and that will do efficiently
:_::: one everything quickly, :8 i:::
.:..:.....::.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..;..:..:..:..:..:. really constitutes a "Grade A" At-, :..... I and economically. :: :
traction. ,.,'H; ; : :::

In the meantime, my advice to : %%

Too Late To ClassifyBy the tourists Chamber and visitors of Commerce is: "Consult in cit- :'tOO: !Y YA :! One penny will toast 26 ,crunchy slices of toast, or +":_::

RUSSELL KAY ies you visit for authentic inform- ':;::;: give your eyes two hours of safe reading light or operate :;:::

ation concerning the character of :*_:*: your radio for most of a day-and-ELECTRiCITY is ':::_:::::

:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. attractions; ,inquire at reputable : XV
Florida automobile clubs or tourist bu- ;:t;::;: one thing that gets cheaper the more of it that you use. ;:i:*
has a number of high reaus; remember while dodging the :

class, worthwhile tourist attractionssome cows on our highways to like- ? IIAY

where no admission charge wise recognize the BULL on our ,:!::;: That is why it is so easy to have and enjoy a home ::

is required and ,.. : AXY
others with
signs. '
charges -
':.?; that IS all electric and modern. :::;::
ranging'anywhere from
a quarter o;.
to a dollar or more. 1AX v

In most instances every effortis r 9!mlll'i'm I 'II'! i L Jmmi!!!n119]aj:!mmmmmmmll! ;! !illmmlll! mmu.' 'xy ?y .

made to constantly enlarge and ....

improve give the these visitor attractions something and for really his 1 WITH THEI == .YY:: ELECTRICITY IS YOUR CHEAPEST SERV : ::

money. Examples are Cypress Gard- ; ; Churches : y yx

ens, Silver Springs, Marineland, i : X_ :. j

Rainbow Falls and Springs, McKee L d ::::i: ANT-USE IT EXTRAVAGANTLY. *
Jungle Gardens Bok Tower, The llil" rtmt11 [Wj I WIf 1 I r : v ,
Fountain of Youth and many oth- ST. MARGARET'S CATHOLIC
ers. to;. ;
CHURCH '. r .. ..

Such our visitors.attractions, They are are appreciatedby constantly ltc,'. Lawrence J. Flyiin. Pastor ::;::.t i: v..1 :Iiii :::

bringing our state national publicity Mass each Sunday morning at' Ir *x

and they are operated by reputable 8 o'clock, excepting the last Sunday I ft

people who have developedthese of the month when the time I .; ::: :;::i:

provide properties outstanding at great attractions expenseto 10:30.Confessions are heard every Saturday Glades Power and Light Co. r 1If

'that are a credit to their state as evening from 7:30 until 8:30 :ii U

well as themselves.The and before all the Masses.

success of such ventures, 'Week
-day Mass every morning at ,
however, has caused others to es- 7:30. : AYiW
. tablish so-called "attractions" XX '
that Devotions in honor of Our :
Lady ..
.:. 3
should rightfully come under the of Perpetual :..... .:.
classification of "fakes" Help arc conducted! :':N V.VW, ,..:..:,.:N:..:N..:N:..\.:..:..%.J..J..J..JwjM>.J..;..;..;..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. ..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.................. :.::.
or "gyps" Friday evenings at S o'clock, fol :..X..X N;..;..X N;..;..:..:..:..:..:..:11:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..;N:..:..;..:..:..:..:N:..;..;..;....:..:..:.:N:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:N:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. ..:..:..:. ::::,


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Mr. and Mrs. H. C.. Kolstad and I will be held at the church at one Is Your Subscription Paid?

C son, Kim, motored to West Palm o'clock. The business meeting of SMART MONEY

Beach yesterday. the society will follow the lunch-

r Personals ) eon. J KNOWS FOR SALE: 10 to 100 acres good

j jMiss Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cato have tak- WHERETO ,/r cane and vegetable land. One-

j en the garage apartment at the WALLACE-PEARCE GO AFTER ( c fourth mile from cane hoist in

H. C. Jones residence. Mrs. Cato, Section 13, Township 44, Range
Mae Palmer is spending this I I who before her marriage last Saturday Clewiston friends of the G. O. READING z/[ / 35. Terms can be arranged. S.

week in Miami on vacation.Mr. I was Miss Fannie Johnson, Wallace family will be interested in THE ADS I :'*. .. McDowell, Pahokee, Fla. 4tj16
the announcement of the rn1 a4.
comes from Nocatee. marriage IN THIS IIIIi//N//YM :

and Mrs. C. L. Downs were of their youngest son, Rodman O. NEWSPAPERSubscription I

visitors in West Palm Beach Sat- Mr. and Mrs E. J. Bowyer of'Wallace, to ,Miss Marguerite Pearce FOR, SALE: Living room and din-
C. Mrand Mr. Eric of Okeechobee. The marriage occurred -
urday. I Greenville, S. ing room suites, G. E. Electric
Boe and Mr. and Mrs. Ward Roberts two weeks ago. Both the Refrigerator, Kitchen table and
i j{bride and groom are members of $2.00 Per Year
Mrs. Catherine M. Jarvis returned of Moore, .Haven were guests chairs (dinette) electric roaster

Tuesday from a business trip last evening of Mr. and Mrs. Roy i'the senior class of the Okeechobee and Simmons day-bed. Mrs.

to New York. Alston. I High School. I Maude Hare. It.

Mrs. V. C. Woodward, has returned BAPTIST W. M. S. HAS I Moore Haven Lock

from a visit with her mother, INTERESTING PROGRAMThe

Mrs. R. L.' Merritt in Sparta, Ga. J Closed For RepairLock FOR RENT.-==Three room furnished -

I Woman's Missionary Societyof apartment. Private bath.

Rev. and Mrs. Forest C. Taylor the First 'Baptist Church heardan ,Available year. round. L. A.

visited friends in Fort Lauderdale f interesting program on "The No. 1 at Moore Haven was Wells. 21M5-12

this week. I Great Commission and the Ministryof closed yesterday by the U. S. i

Healing." The program was pre- Engineers for a ten-day period dur-
Jay Wl Moran and H. J. B..I
sented by Mrs. Arch Hodges, who ing which time the underwater lest it confine "
por- "Cenfine-your tongue
from a' you.
have returned FOR
Scharnberg REXT.-l1'urnlshed garage
was assisted by Mrs. E. M. Cornette,
business trip to Puerto TUco. Mrs. J. H. Davis, Mrs. H. E. Walker -':tion of the structure will be cleaned MAY apartment, also one furnishedroom.

and painted and such minor Phone No. 76. F. L. Williamson
Mrs. ,G. E., Wenzloff, Mrs. Clar- repairs The Red Cross organizer -
Mrs. Charles J. Lovvorn' is spend- ence Kruger, Mrs. E. E. Kelly, made as are necessary. Navi- tion was founded in the .' U

ing two weeks with her father' ,in Mrs. E. L. Hayes and Mrs. L. gation through the cross-state wat- U.S., 1811.
Baker, Florida. C'I
Miller. erway is cut off during this period. 22-The first Union soldier.
Others present were Mrs. A. was killed. 185i. J. M. COUSE j
Twenty-five men in each shift .-0...._
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Grayson of I
I Broadfoot, Mrs. W. R. Broaderick, -
Baton Rouge, Louisiana, visited in Mrs. G. E. Etherton, Mrs. I. R.I I working three shifts' of eight hours 23-Copt. Kidd was hanged Counselor and Attorney at Law
each will keep the work going con-
Clewiston this week. ;Holland, Mrs. B. E. Herring, Mrs.1 for pirac'i,1701.
tinuously in order to finish the OC- Hopkins Building
'I ">
,, C. Nelson, Mrs. Fred Topper, Mrs.
,work at, the earliest possible! mo-
Mrs. F. L. Tatum of Lake Worth I I :M. C. Vowell, Mrs. L. A. Wells, ment. 24-The Woman's Suffrageresolution Wednesdays and Saturdays .

spent several days in Clewiston visiting :Mrs. V. C. Woodward, Mrs. A. ;) passed, 1919. -
Mr. and Mrs.: W. D. King. :King, Mrs. Harvey Guthrie, H'j Dewatering of the structure occupied 2S-Serious fire breaks out at 9:30 to 4:00 1
the of the time
11 Df. D. Bledsoe, Mrs. O. L. greater part I, Opera Comique, Paris,
yesterday but the actual repair' and df jJ 1887.
J Maey'
Ken Harris has returned from a
cleaning, work will be started in
'visit with ,his father, who is quite I Lf] lCANAL
: 2S-Al Jolson of "Mammy"fame
earnest today. The work is un- oe
ill in Washington, D. C. ,born 1886.
:- der the supervision of LockmasterFred \J FRYERS FOR SALE
A. Flanders. 27 Charles Lindbergh and
Mrs. D. G. Alston and Miss J ENTERTAIN AT INN -
Mar-I Anne Morrow were married
Several of the hurricane gates JL
tha Nell Alston. left yesterday f r ,1929. ,..o --
around the lake have already been : Geo. Messer
a short'stay in Miami. The Clewiston Inn was the scene
taken care of this way and despite J
of a lovely party Friday afternoon
I the fact that the lower portion has
Mrs. Gilbert Davis and baby I;when Mrs. ;J. V. Fourmy ,and Mrs. been! submerged for four years it Countv Line
of Canal Point
Thurston Knight
daughter of Delray Beach are vis-'I' ]is said to have been found in remarkably HOlt\ I
iting Mr. and Mrs. Harvey good shape ,with very lit- Hooker's Point Road
::1 players. The guests were from Port
tle corrosion on the steel work.
"Mayacca, Canal Point, Pahokee, and I .
Mrs. Carl Berner and Mrs. Col- OWNIRI
]included[ Mrs. F. M. Wright, Mrs.J. .
lins spent the week-end in Orlando '
W. Ezelle, Mrs. C. L. Downs and I Nautical NotesMoore
visiting Miss Hortense Collins.
I j Mrs. F. M. Wright of Clewiston.

Mr. and Mrs. Ivey Pafford, Anne! ( Haven :Democrat) / p .I
and Kay Pafford are spending this J I On Saturday the tug Robert M.
week in, Fort Myers Beach. I [Hope passed through going west rD

II I and the tug Anita B. Hope at Or-
The weekly bridge club met i./l (
Miss Ava Ezelle, who teaches j wed-I tona Locks returning with her to i
nesday afternoon with Mrs.
at Boca Grande, is spending a few I'; Norfolk, Va., with the last' two
Woodward as hostess. A Pyrex cas-i
weeks ,here with her brother, pr.l j I barges. On Sunday the cruiser Wil- .Iii'NEED i
serole was won by Mrs. E. L.' YOU DON'T ,.
(C J. W. Eielle''an family.. :' I helmine of New York passed thruen
1 1t]Hayes, who held high score and a
route home and the cruiser How-
I]novel grocery reniinder was won west.boundfor CASH FOR YOUR i
Mr. and Mrs., Wallace Arey have\\1 by Mrs. L. A. Wells, who was sec-I dee of Palm Beach was
Boca Grande. On Monday the
moved to ,Clewiston from Belle
ond high.' REPAIRS
cruiser Roamer 111 and Ditty Dee or REMODELING
Glade. They are occupying the apart
Stuffed tomatoes, potato chips,
ment in the Aubrey Wells home. /:saltines and' tea were served by of Clearwater went into the lake I Consider !
for a few days fishing returning
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the hostess to Mrs. Wallace Arey,
Wednesday morning. The Shajli-)
C. M. :Allen has returned to his I J Mrs. E. L. Hayes, Mrs. H. C. Jones, '
wanda, yacht of Sarasota DELAY hEsE Anks I
home in Homestead after a visit' :Mrs. W., W.. Perry, Mrs., G. E. NO
through homeward bound.
with his son, Dan B. Allen and :Etherton: Mrs. H. C. Nowling, Mrs. RED TAPE
I' On Wednesday the shrimper Capt. i
family. .. A. C. .Carlton and Mrs. L. 'A.I I Owning your own home is real l {
: Phil of Fernandina returned home
Wells. fcecause YOtJHff tJi* .
I I IlHS. and the cruiser Martha returned to
Miss Marcia Avant, Miss Roberta I ---.........._,_>hV landlord's profit. Any family oeeJing '
her home port of New York. This
George and Mrs. Gratton George I:\ AUGUR ENTERTAINS i i .a home will do well to loot at' {
all this week. Due to dewater-
motored Tuesday to West Palm I J IN HUSBAND'S HONORMrs. was ROYAL LUMBER our selection of homes and buy {
this column will not
ing operations
Beach. I I before real estate values increase ,

G. T. Augur entertainedwith appear next week. COMPANY further.We will gladly Mp you i 1

Mr. and Mrs. Dan B. Allen, Mar a bridge party Wednesday evening -I attain debt-free: ownership of your

gie Allen and C. M. Allen motoredto 't in celebration of the birthday home thru payments like rent. ,
Arcadia and Punta Gorda Sun- for
I of her husband. High score o 9

day. I ladies, a nut chopper, was won by .. Clewiston FederalS

Mrs. B.,. C. Flaniken, Mrs. J. W.
;JMrs. J.P. Curry, sr., left Tues- Ezelle received a relish jar as low. and Loan

day for her home in Key West after J. F. Curry received a tie as
'visiting her son; Fred Curry and men's high prize ,and W. F., Simpson Furnished large cool
family. a brush and polish set for low. J: J

<- Linen handkerchiefs were given
i with twin beds
Mr. and Mrs. '''. F. Simpson were Miss Ava Ezelle as guest prize. room ,

in Moore Haven Monday eveningto Cake and ice cream sundaes was .:1.:1.:..:11:..:NN.IN:N:11:N 1.:N:I.:NNNN:N:1.:NN:.,.:NNNN1111M:..:HN/INNN:NNNN:.INNNNN:N:N:NNY.

attend the housewarming at the served by the hostess to Mr. and private bath, phone. y

Moore Haven Woman's Club. Irs. W. F. Simpson, Dr. and Mrs.J J y y

J. Wl. Ezelle, Mr. and Mrs. B. Phone 53GLADES I :: Thousand =i=

Mrs. Gwendolyn Etherton left C. Flaniken, Mr .and Mrs. J. F.

this week to reside in Atlanta. She Curry, Mrs. F., D. Hessie, Miss y y

has been eployed for the past few Ava/ Ezelle and Mr. and Mrs. An- y

months in the administration building ;
drew Beery. i: Population Next 1


W. II. Broaderick and son, Har- AT DINNERMr. 1 ::: :::

old, and H. C. Avant have returned Census? ::
ta i i :: :
from a visit with relatives in and Mrs. F. M, Wright entertained THEATRE

Walterboro, Ruffin and Charleston, at dinner Saturday even-

S. C. Ing, their guests including Mr. and MOORE HAVEN I

1Irs.V.. F. Simpson, Mr. and Mrs.C. .:.

Mrs. J.V.. Adkins, Mrs. Lida L. Downs, Mrs. O. F. Schiffli SUNDAY AND MONDAY

,Short, Mrs. I. E. Scott and Mrs.F. and C. J. Lovvorn. Bingo games MATINEE SUN '3 ]>. M.1'aramount's Could Be Wrong But Con ._. ,

A. Flanders of Moore Haven I were enjoyed after dinner. I Swing Sensation I
were business visitors here Satur-

day. MRS.FOR MRS.HALL MUNROE ENTERTAINS FRIDAYMrs. "St. Louis \ Blues"DOHOTHY i sider Highway Lots At I='

Among the Interesting visitorsat LAMOUR

the Clewiston Inn this week was A. A. Munroe of Madison,, LLOYD NOLAN II

Dick Ramonol, of Bloemendaal, I Fla., who is visiting her daughter,, $300 TODAY
!Maxino Sullivan, Tito Gui/nr,
Holland, who spent a'short time Mrs. Campbell E. Nail, was honored Matty Malneck and his o. I
here on a tour of the United States. with a luncheon given by Mrs. '

II. R. Hall Friday. Orchestra. !*: It We're Right ;;:
Dr. 0. F. SchSffli has returned Guests included Mrs. Munroe, :
i i1.11UDAY
from a trip to Chicago, where he Mrs. Nail, Mrs. W. H. Lanier, Mrs. WED and TIIUIIS.j ::: ,-

"'''went to attend the twentieth reunion T. B. Shelley and Mrs. J. F. Tip z
of his World War medical j
pey. :Moore IhnenlUI111i :

unit. LADIES AID TO HOLD "Sorority House"with J. E. BEARDSLEY J ii I

Mrs.few W.days C.in Prewitt Fort Meade is spendinga thi COVERED DISH LUNCHEON i

week. Her mother, Mrs. Whatley, The Ladies Aid Society of the ANNE SHIRLEY .'.

;) who has been visiting here for Community Church will celebrate JAMES ELLISON :_: Real Estate Hopkins Bldg. ::_:::

several 'weeks, returned to Fort its birthday Thursday, June first,

Meade with her., with a covered dish luncheon which -:. J .:N:N N N 1.:N N N 11 N N N N N:N N:N N N:N:11:N N N ti N:..:N N N N N:N 11:N:N N:N N:N:N:N:M:M:N:N:N:N:N:N:w:N:.

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Wise and Otherwise

WHEN a man tries to drown
a sorrow, he often finds

that his head keeps swimming.A .

woman, it is said, would

soon tire of .a perfect husband.
Perhaps-but she'd have to find

By ELINOR MAXWELL / him"Open first.your mouth and shut

your eyes" is all right for kids,

but it pays the rest of us bet-
ter to open our eyes and shut

our mouth.A .

CHAPTER EX-Continued the big dog through the back win- tears over that. The sooner you her feet. "Aunt Linnie," she be- girl who's a good cookdoesn't

-9- dow. "He seems to be enjoyinglife discover you were never meant to gan, and her voice was breathless. need to play with fire.

"Good Lord!" Phil Buchanan exclaimed right now," she reported. "Sit- be an author, the better it'll be for "I'm going out for a walk." When somebody asks you to

incredulously. "You're ting up very straight and regard- you. Something will have to wake Miss Cotswell' glanced from "listen to reason," ten to one
' you're not crying! My dear child, ing the traffic with enormous inter- you up to the advantages of marry- the announcement of an art exhibit. you're in for an earful of his

please don't take this thing so seriously est!" ing Jerome Taylor." "Why, Mary! So early? It's only pet prejudices.
After all, The National Eventually, they arrived at Doc- Mary placed her plate on the tray nine o'clock!"

Weekly's not the only magazine in tor Horner's Country Retreat for with a bang that was almost fatal. The older woman, discerning"''thegirl's
City Dogs, and, cramped and cold, "I'm never going to marry that
New York"Mary unrest, studied her lovely
averted her face, and gazed alighted from the car. Mary could silly'old man, Aunt Linnie, and you young profile. "What's the matter, Mercerized: String,
window. "No discern, through the gathering darkof might as well know it right now. dear
blindly out of the ? You haven't received bad But One
"The the 'March night, a rambling Also, I ,wouldn't have Umberto Bal- Using Square
she finally managed to say, news from home, have you?
the frame building, once a barn, so Phil ianci, with his brilliantined hair and
National not only'.mag.azine
Weekly's "No, everything's all right. I .,.. ....
for I'm ...
Buchanan informed her-now a perfumed cigarettes, a gift. "" "'-J. "' .
in New York, but if you say simply feel-restless. I won't be \ .tt ? ( 1 .
:t.fi' f&t ..
sick to death of their fk ; ...
model hospital for canine pets.A '" .. ..; \.
.z\\r. :
'Their trite and lacks ;
Son' is con-
viction, there's no use, in my tryingto united howl from the inmates glances and their silly speeches.It gone Linnie long.Cotswell, sympathetic to .r4%>. .\)".'0*;5 ..;':;,.,.'-;!:)...'(1.FL."');'..\\y'i.l\..',.".,.,:.:t#),"..Cf:::l

market it anywhere else. And had set up the moment Phil's car was wonderful-simply wonderful I "? 1 tt.: :.. t\-1 j ...};. *.
to this with something she could not fathom, .\ -lo/.A. ,.;r..> .I1i!! ."f.-).",
what a fool you must think I .am! had pulled into the driveway. Oscar, spend evening a II continued to search the girl's face. ir.'C..J..t.r: .. "AK- :: .:.\'),
feeling he had been betrayed by'his man who never once mentioned my '. t.'f :
Crying because don't like my "All .. .
you right dear she .
my finally -. "
so-called tjfJ:8$1j
master and this girl who had allowed beauty, nor attempted to :
I I bet I'm the woman ,
story only said. "Ruv\ along, but don't forgetwe're .1' ;" );' ;:...
N' ,"
kiss No Aunt'Linnie I'm
him to lean so comfortably me. not \ ..
who bawled in office"Buchanan .:. .t "
: ,
I. -
your leaving for Journey's End at : : \ ?: .t"l:
. against her slunk beneath the car falling in love with Phil Buchanan! .1..1;.; .. '..
} .f'1.y'1 (
grinned, showing those eleven. Jerome's car'll be here .. ... '"{':&: ; \0 .... '. '''$...\,"\....\
And heavens knows he "
and for ten minutes stead- certainlyis i .
exactly .. ,' i'.J '.. .... ';
strong teeth that looked so startlingly promptly on the hour. ? \ j.:: "-" ".
fastly refused to budge. not falling in love with me. In : :
white compared with the tan of Eventually, they wheedled him fact, there are times when I feel '"I know," Mary murmured as she, St4: .......;.J\

his face "Well, perhaps you are, out, Doctor Homer having producedsome quite sure he doesn't even like me- left the room to get a hat and coat. .. .. but let's forget .it": that he thinks I'm And to herself, she was saying, ; {
bait in the shape of a very some- -s.-: : ;J.1 :5i' {i :
Mary smiled her tears. "Journey's End-Oh God How ; ;
through of fool! my ''''
thing a
hunk of round steak. )': -
"Maybe but I'm sure the large Finally, can I stand driving out there (5'..,'.,': ....,..,t,.,':,.\'''---2: r.'J'
can today
you .
assured by the veterinary that Os- And, leaping to her feet, her eyes I ... ; ;:.:, )o\-':> J..: ;.
of fool of -filling myself with rich foodbeing .-. ':${ } !. .Q?
memory my making a car merely had a cold and would burning with"unshed tears, she fled < Q r ,( "i r. "'. ... : '.
before 'editor will hauntme shown those II '. \W; :; : .
myself @
an probably be in the pink of condi- from the room. thoroughbredhorses \\r. J"M.f.t
to my dying day-Mr.! Buchanan tion within few told the and dogs-talking fool noth- *MMMIIILLLLLL 'k'f"'Sf ,II fL1 !'*3I 1SId,."'". ,
a days they
?" ings!" 2; _) :: ';! \tj-o !;;;'ff"tR' fj
X .
dog good-by, and, followed by his i J ';i -< "...:." .; .fr..'..N,,.
"Yes, Mary? accusing eyes, made their way to 1 A!. '.f.J '" .> :.:.+...\. ) :\. .
"Throw that script in your waste the coupe.It The script of "Their Son" had The days wore on-fruitless, ster- ;'t.;&'.J.\)'; .,..,..."."'", 4

basket!" was nearly midnight when reached Mary the second morning ile days for Mary. She longed with I, .t,, j.. ..1fiii. : < '1't :.'

"Why, I can't do that. It's your Mary reached home. Lelia had just after the drive to Westchester with every fiber'of her being to write, :\ f ;?1 1f"l.r.

property, you know." got in, and was rifling the ice-box; Phillip Buchanan, and the very but the words would not come. It '-{':\'.J

"I never' want to see it again!" while Miss Cotswell, propped up in sight of the long envelope in whichit was futile to try, she finally told ----- : J;., ;..3.\..5 .:
"No, I won't. It'll be mailed to bed, was reading. came, and the printed rejection herself, 'until after she had learnedthe t.:. ....-. .

you in proper form. Now tell me, "Come on in here, girls," she slip that automatically had been en- fate of "Concerning Anne." If Pattern 6307

what's the new tale about? And do called from her bedroom, "and closed, sent a wave of nausea over Phillip Buchanan accepted it, her

you feel that you've allowed yourself bring some cheese and crackers. her. There was a small fire burn- belief in herself would be restored. Think how your finest china will

enough time on it?" Where in the world have you been, ing on,the hearth in the living room, The dried well of her mind would sparkle on a filet cloth formed of

Mary looked at him with troubled Mary?" the March morning being chill; and again gush ,forth. Until then, she these luxurious squares-and what

eyes. "Why, I don't know. I workedon Mary stepped into the bedroom. Mary, seeing that Aunt Linnie was must go on in this helpless daze- could be more appropriate for a

it constantly for two days .anda "Why, Aunt Linnie, didn't Addie engrossed in her mail, stepped to eating, bathing-dressing; attempting dinner cloth than this choice grape

half-and, after all, a short is onlya the hearth, and dropped the scripton to sleep; attending farewell par- :design? Crochet these 10-inch

thousand or'so words in length.Do the burning logs. ties given for Linnie and Lelia.It squares (smaller in finer cotton)

you think I'd better take it back "That's that!" she told herself. was now the twelfth of March, of mercerized string. Make a

home?" "I never want to see the thing and they would be sailing in three scarf as well. Pattern 6307 con-

"No. Leave it here. I'll glance again. It'll only remind me of how days. Maybe, after they had gone,. tains instructions and charts for ,,,

over it, myself, instead of submitting H'H'J futile my efforts are." and she and Addie were left alonein making the square; I materials /

.it to the regular routine. Then, I In that same morning mail, there ; the quiet of the apartment, she'dbe needed; illustration of square and

if I feel it should be improved upon, had come a letter from Janet Lor- able to think. Maybe of stitches.To .

I'll return it to you for revision ing; and Mary, seeking what privacy It was early in the afternoon of obtain 'this pattern, send 15

before pu:. ag it through the usual she could, seated herself in the twelfth that, coming home froma cents in coins to The Sewing Cir-

reading procedure Are you having the wing-chair by the window, and dull luncheon at the Ritz with cle, Household Arts Dept., 259 W.

'that picture taken this afternoon, slit it open with a hairpin. some of Linnie's friends, she founda 14th St., New York N. Y.

by the way?" t Mary Dear: i' letter from The National Weeklyon

Mary glanced at her watch. "Yes, about I am Dad getting every more day.and He more is so worried terribly her dressing-table. Her heart

I am, and it's time I was gettingto discouraged, and as yet not one ray of flooded with hope when she saw thatit CONSTIPATEDGas !
the photographer's.) Thank, you, 1 hope has come our way concerning a was thin and flat-that it could
position for him. Also he is not well,
Mr. Buchanan. You've been-nice, and has contracted a hacking cough not possibly contain a script. With /

and I'm sorry I acted, so silly." that keeps him awake night after night. clumsy haste she tore off one Crowds Heart.
Phil Buchanan I I've urged him to go see Doctor Cragg. end of the envelope and snatchedout
followed her to the who's back from his honeymoon you "For thirty years constipation caused me
door. "Well, there's something you know, but Dad always says "0h, its the single sheet of paper it con- he&dachelud p&1nlin the back. Awful cat
might. do to-ah-make 'for hav- nothing. I'll be better tomorrow." 1 tained. bloating crowded my heart. AdlerLka helped
up know however, the truth of the matter 5 right away. Now 1 eat sausage, bananas,pie,
ing floored me just a bit .there fora Is-he's afraid of what the doctor will "Why, it's in longhand," she saidto anything I want and never felt better. -
moment." tell him. and also he feels he can't herself.. "How strange! Did Mr. Mrs.Mabel Sehott. Two things happen when
spend the money even on such a necessary you are constipated. FIRST: Accumulatedwastes
Mary smiled at him obliquely. thing. Buchanan write it, himself?" Yes, swell up bowels and press on nerves in

"And what is that? Never darken He won't tell me how much moneywe there was his signature, "Phillip the food digestive starts tract.to decay SECOND formingGAS:Partly,bringingon digested -
your doors again?" have left in the bank but I know it Buchanan," scrawled at the bottomof sour stomach, indigestion,and heartburn
must be practically gone-after
bloating you up until you sometimes gasp for
"To the contrary. I have to drive two years ago and what Dad's the page. breath. Adlenka i gives double relief withDOUBLE
had to draw for expenses lately. Then with joyous anticipation, ACTION. Adlerika relieves
Oscar up to Westchester this after- Morning after morning he leaves the STOMACH GAS almost at once. It often
noon, and I wish you'd go along." l house right after breakfast just as he's she began to read: clears bowels inI less than two hours. No griping -
done for twenty-five years when there no aftereffects, just quick results. JEUio-
"Oscar? My dear Miss Loring ommended by doctors for 33 .
to. many years
really was some work to be going I've just finished reading "Concerning
"Don't tell me you've forgotten Each morning he bathes and shaves Sold at all drug stow
"Darling, you're not falling in Anne and my dear child "Their Son"was
Oscar! My dog, you know. He's love with him are ?" and dresses so carefully and there actu a gem in comparison. It, at least
you ally seems to be some hope in his face; had possibilities-that is, perhaps for
working up an attack of somethingor but he always comes back to noon din some magazine other than The National DiscontentHim

- other and I want to get him to give you my message? I telephoned ner and again for supper with no news Weekly. What has come over you? Whycan't whom a little will not con- '
to tell us, and a look of defeat in
the girl who wrote "At
the veterinary's before he breaks about five but weren't in and pro
you eyes. duce another perfect short? tent, nothing will content.-Epi- E
out with distemper or the rickets, or 1[ told her to tell you I was drivingto I've come' to the conclusion that we It's in you. Mary Loring. It is-only ourus.OXIDINE: .
whatever Great Danes have. We ; Westchester with Mr. Buchanan.He ought to tell Linnie about our affairs something about which I. can't possibly
ask her for a loan. Five hundred know is destroying your beautiful talent.
could call for you at the photogra- had to take his dog to a veteri- lars would be a lifesaver for us right Please try to overcome it, or shake it
pher's if you'll go; then, after get- nary's, and asked me togo along." now-would give Dad some relief until off. or forget It. I feel sure you can do Malaria Chills Fever
he can find a position: but when men it. I have absolute faith In your ability.
ting Oscar settled, drop in at Trudi'son "Heavens! How domestic and un- tion this to him ,his face gets red. and That is why I am writing you these
the Boston Post Road for a' beef- exciting!" he says "No, Janny. We haven't come words which,.in all probability you will T&. r.t.bl. :dine.Stops chins end "
to that yet. I don't mind your sister's consider brutal."Concerning fey.,.deans blood of m.l.ri..Famous OXIDp
steak dinner"Mary
"But it was fun, Aunt Linnie, real- sending you valuable presents and giving Anne" is not being returned for so y..s.Money-beck gUlr.n', Z ;
hesitated. She had accepted ly! We stopped at Trudi's on Mary a lovely time in New York to you by mail. I don't want
but I can't allow you to ask her for anybody in the office to see it. Instead
an invitation with Count Baliancifor the way back, and had beefsteakand money to-feed us."
will you lunch with me at the Brevoort
dinner somewhere, and one of German-fried potatoes, and People don't seem to like Chris Saturday the fifteenth and talk things
their usual And in Cragg's wife very much. I saw her at over?
walks, but an evening pancakes. we sat front of
Sullivan and Ourwerda's the other day,
with Phil Buchanan suddenly appeared a big log fire in a room that can't and she was being positively rude to Phillip Sincerely Buchanan, t

far more desirable than an be a day less than a hundred years poor Miss Ackley about their line of Narrow View
chintzes. 1 overheard her with a Mary knew how
say never long she
evening with the suave Italian. She old. No one else was there, and little toss of her head. "I'll simply haveto stood there at the He who never leaves his country
could phone Balianci; cancel her after Trudi served our dinner he go to Chicago to get what I want. dressing-table, is full of prejudices.-Goldoni.A .
engagement with him. and his wife, who cooked it, came Why, I can't even" get a decent hair. staring blindly at Phillip Buchan-
cut or manicure. an's letter. A dull pain pounded at
"I'd love to go with you and Os- and sat with us, and we talked." I We're so excited over the news that
the back of her neck and for
"Sounds commented Lelia I your story will appear In The National a
car, she finally said. "I don't imag- cozy, Weekly next month. Mr. Chickering while, she thought she was goingto e wonderful aid for boils
ine the photographer will keep me entering the room with a tray of called up the other night to, get the be sick. The frankness of his where a drawing agent i*
more than an hour, do you?" food. "Phil Buchanan loves to hob- details, and he's going to print a nice s Indicated. Soothing and
with all kinds of article about you in the evening paper. words was reacting upon her with 1 I Fine ( chil-
nob people. Per- comforting. or
"Not a chance! Shall I, call for
To think my daughter should be a suc physical violence. Her mouth felt
you, say, at five?" haps that's why he's so successful; cessful author! and hot. dren and grown-ups. Prac }
Have a good time darling and as dry Automatically, she tical. Economical.
"Yes, at five. Good-by." he knows every phase of life. Half
long as Dad is so adamant on the subject moved towards the bathroom, took
the policemen in New York have don't let on to Aunt Linnie in any the peach-colored glass from its
He was, by the grace of a friendly named their first-born son after manner, shape or form that we are so
frantic about finances here at home. niche in the wall, and turned on
policeman, waiting for her in his him.
the cold water faucet.
when she Miss Cotswell regarded her niece Mary read the letter again, her
low-slung coupe came out (TO BE CONTINUED) Gentle and Strong:
of the building at five minutes after with speculative eyes. "Darling, heart heavy with compassion. Gentle .in manner, strong in per-
five Oscar, looking regal in spite you're not falling ,in love with him, "Have a good time, "darling""Don't formance.-Claudio' Aquaviva.
of a nose that was definitely drip- are you?" let on to Aunt Linnie""Tothink Ship Island, Military Post

ping, occupied the rumble seat. The butter knife with which Mary my daughter should be a suc- Ship island in Mississippi was re

Mary hastily slid in beside Buchanan had been spreading some cheese cessful author!" The brave, pitiful served for military purposes by the

and slammed the door. "I clattered to her plate. "No," she sentences danced about in her tired executive order of August 30, 1847. soon .

didn't know anybody short of the said coldly. "I'm not falling in love mind. "Poor Dad!" she thought. In 1861 the island was occupied by osuo

mayor could park on Fifth Avenue! with him, and a darned lot of good "Poor Mother! So gallant-so defeated Confederate troops. In September, fTOaEfiomE

she said. "How's Oscar?" it'd do me if I were. He's inter- Wanting me not to tell. Want- 1861, the United States naval forces r '

"Oscar's got a decided case of ested in me as a writer-not a ing me to have a good time. Think- took possession of the island. The w.whlllAs s..w a

the sniffles," Phil replied, looking woman." And not so terribly inter- ing me a successful author, when present works on the island were

really worried, "and Spike says you ested, at that! He turned down 'At Sea' is probably my one and commenced in 1862. Ship island was

can hear a sort of wheeze in his 'Their Son' today-said it was' trite only story that'll ever see itself in used as a base for military opera-

chest-like an organ in a country and banal." print." tions in the gulf from that time on. % 'tessedReliejLRHEUMATISM

church when the organist misses a "Um," murmured Linnie, and bit Suddenly, unable to bear her It was sold in 1933 to the Joe Gra-

note" into her cracker. "Well, I can't thoughts in the narrow confines of ham post, No. 119, of the American LUMBAGO

Mary turned about, and looked at say my dear, that I can shed any Aunt Linnie's home, she jumped to Legion


( DIZZY DRAMAS By Joe BowersNow

I Paying-UBRO. NOAH"




; D I L Events in the Lives of Little Men I 0'j I I .





SID IS No y NE GoT vU Ar ,

S155y < .

lF p 4y Jfr rs

What to Eat and Why

Nal I ; .

1Ew lD ? C. Houston Goudiss Describes the Role of PhosphorusIn

. ,:.J.iJ ft '" !R JTti:: iii I s 1/1u Nutrition; Tells C. HOUSTON Where to GOUDISS Obtain This MineralBy

,,1 are at; least 11 different mineral salts which are
', l1f' THERE
ft Wti to the structure or functioning of the human

body. But of these, only four-calcium, phosphorus, iron

and iodine-require ',the careful consideration of the home-

Jf7441 ; maker. That .is because a diet which furnishes adequate

;i. V { \ amounts of these four will 'automatically provide the others.

But when the diet is deficient in any one of these four min-

i t'I erals,disastrous consequencesmay
\ 1 4 ; I 1W 1)7e ) result.It the realization that sunlight- '

is therefore of the utmost which we,now know helps the body
importance that every homemaker 'to manufacture vitamin D-is
should know something of closely related to the proper uti-.

their functions, and what foods lization of phosphorus. And today
I, it is well established that rickets
\ supply them. In this article, we
can be prevented, or cured, by a
deal with
shall specifically phos- diet containing liberal amounts of
=' W.KU.CORLV HAIR- phorus. phosphorus, calcium and vitaminD.

Versatile PhosphorusIt Vitamin D can be obtained f
from direct sunshine, but where '
has been said that if the biog-
,this is not available in adequate
raphies of the elements could be
amounts, cod-liver oil, irradiated
written, that of
foods, or those fortified with a
> phosphorus wouldbe
5 i vitamin D concentrate will supply
j it 2ua the most inter-
: d cwww this necessary substance.
? of all. That is
lr CH
'f r 1 {E $WE-E'PE Q MAW' AVE '+ s because there are Make Use of SunlightAs

2 ; tM' ove'rz 'f4E. ( 14 different in
EAT ways we approach the season when ,
; which compoundsof the greatest amount of sunshine ,
"i. phosphorus may is available, homemakers shouldsee
: A' ) ; JJ:0 function in the to it that not only the children -
: !\ body. In fact, it is but every member Qf, the
: doubtful if any oth- family spend as much time as j
T. 1 Ji er inorganic element possible' in the. sunlight; This will

-..-...- enters into help to promote the proper utilization -
such a diversity of of phosphorus and calcium.
i T compounds or plays an importantpart And both teeth and bones will
in so many functions. benefit, as well as the general
This mineral is indispensable for health.

all the active tissues of the body Where to Find PhosphorusEvery i
and likewise helps in regulating:
ER the neutrality of the blood. It is homemaker should 'acquaint
found abundantly in nerve* tissue. herself with the ,foods that
supply phosphorus most abundantly -
/ .Needed for Teeth and BonesIts so that she will be prepared to

,} R.P 00'P'S vl A 4 OU ME.-AKI, most significant role, how include this mineral in the diet
/ IT IS NT MAMUAU ever, is to team with calcium in every day. Egg yolk and dried
_ I giving rigidity to the bones and beans are both valuable sourcesof
sKl. M'Pr oa'Ps l teeth. Approximately 90 per cent phosphorus. Sp are whole grain
of the total phosphorus of the cereals and lean meats. In fact,
body and 99 per' cent of the cal- cereals and meats have this in
0 cium are found in the bones and common-both are rich in phos-
s teeth. phorus and deficient in calcium.
Both these minerals are requiredin Whole grain breads are likewise

P generous amounts, but almost important for their phosphorus
twice as much phosphorus as cal- content. And on a percentage basis -
cium should be' supplied every cheese ranks very high as a
: By day. Moreover, children should carrier of this mineral.

C. M. Payne have about one-and-one-half timesas Cocoa also contains large per-
much phosphorus as adults, to centage, though it must be remembered -
meet the requirements for growth. that, as a rule, only.
I WNU Bell_Syndtcxte.wNU Scrvlce.i4 _.
The muscles and soft tissues small quantities of cocoa are con-
need phosphorus as well as the sumed at one time. Many .nuts,
bones, and in the dietary of the including almonds, peanuts, pecans -
"- ';' DID YOU MAKE t NOI! child, they must share with the and walnuts, furnish signifi-
THATSPLIT\ YOU CANT UAVE( THAT bones, the phosphorus that is pro- cant amounts. And this mineralis
PEA vided by the 'food. Hence, the found in dried fruits such as
J f SOUP greater need for this mineral dur- raisins, figs and prunes, and in
P 'i TOLD YOU ing childhood. much smaller..quantities in vege-

x V ABOUT .' Phosphorus and RicketsIf tables such as spinach, cauliflower -
9. -""""- string beans, carrots and brus-
a child's diet is deficient in sels sprouts.

l-- :...=...=...:: I phosphorus or calcium, or if con- Milk
supplies phosphorus, thoughnot
ditions are not favorable for their
A in such generous amounts as
proper absorption, rickets will oc
calcium. However, if you follow
cur. This devastating nutritional
the rule of a quart of milk daily
disease result in deformitiesof
-- may for every child and a pint for each
the chest and pelvic bones, as
IIWtJ7IP4 'A'Mj adult, you will contribute materi-
well as the more familiar bow
P ally to the phosphorus and cal-
and knock-knees.
legs cium content of the diet.
Investigators have 'spent many
-WNU-C.Houston GoudJis-1939-&t.j .
years in discovering how to pre-
'w 138 vent and cure this disease which
has made life miserable for so
many children and which has far-
reaching effects that carryover
,! -ITS TAKEN( ME into later life. For example, adults
ALL DAY TO who have bow-legs or a pigeon GGLAS kao
SPLIT THE breast as a result of childhood ES B f
PEAS rickets, are always self-conscious
because of their defects. And I
.motherhood may be far more diffi- i
cult for young women whose pelvic -I
bones were deformed by rick-
ets in their early years.A MERCHANDISEN

Low-Phosphorus DietIt
By was found that rickets may N Be GOOD N

LL J. Millar Watt jVp/I/If//II/1di1iabillflL be associated with a lowphosphorus -
diet, even when the calcium 6 to be 6
content is high. And investigationsalso
determined that there is a
I seasonal tide of blood phosphorus
which corresponds to the amountof BUY ADVERTISED GOODS
WNU 8c71' ncateWt4T18erv_ _. available sunlight. This led to




: I I Boy Scouts Hold Iston, Florida, to adjust, settle, accompany each bid for it to be con-
Wins 9-4 compromise or discount, during sidered. Plans and specifications may
the period from the time the be obtained from L. Phillips Clarke' ;
I Court Of HonorThe said proposed bill becomes a law Architect, West Palm Beach, Florida,
and September 1st, 1939, all ad folI the "b"etfug. O'- The sum
To Take Lead valorem taxes assessed against ;. will when the
League the taxable property in said city plans and specifications have been returned -
to the Architect in
local for the year 1938 and all prior good eon-,
Boy Scout troop helda years thereto. dition.
Court of Honor at the Scout hut This the 18th day of April, 1939. All bids should be addressed to
By JL.. Hackett Gehee explained, since considerable I, ELBERT L. STEWART. S. A.. Graves Superintendent of Public -
II Tuesday night presided over by J. 'I Instruction, Hendry County, Florida
April 5,
28 26.
May 12. 19.
Clewiston and Pahokee broke a time is required after all applications A. Gaskin, Sunniland Council executive -' LaEelle Florida, and marked:
tie for first place in the South in for \ Bids for the construction of school
are a complete checkup of Bradenton. Others serving i building:
Florida League Thursday after of educational and other quali on the court were C. V. Park-I The Board reserves the right to

noon when the Pahokee Mudhens fications. She said that application inson, W. C, Owen and A. W. Law- NOTICE reject(SEAL)any MRS.and HOMER all bids.TAYLOR

overcame an early Clewsiton lead blanks may be obtained from her. rence. I 1 Chairman, Board of Public
and carried through to ,win by a Applicants are required to fill out1 Bobby Broadfoot was given his 1 Board Notice of Is Public hereby Instruction given of that Hend-the Florida.Instruction, Hendry County

score of 9-4 and take undisputed new application blanks for the cur- first-class badge and merit badgesin 1 ry County, Florida, will on the 6th ATTEST:
possession of first place. The game rent examination in duplicate and I art, pathfinding, woodcarving day, m.ol'eastein> June. 1939 standard until time two, receive o'clockp S. A. GRAVES '
was played on the Pahokee dia to mail these to the State Welfare;and personal health I sealed bids for the construction of Superintendent of Public ,
: Instruction, Hendry
certain school building at Clewiston.
mond. Board in Jacksonville. I Dick Owen received merit badges, Florida. A certified check or bid County, Florida.
Clewiston took an early lead Those who successfully stand the I for art, music and personal health. bond in the amount of $500.00 must :May 5, 12, 19, 26, June, 2.I .

when the first three Clewiston, bat- examination will constitute a list! Nick Schiffli received a merit
ters up in the first inning crossed of eligibles from which appoint- badge for handicraft. I

the plate on two hits and two field- ments for the positions of visitor,, I
ers' choice plays. This lead was unit supervisor, and district director -"

held until the sixth inning when may be mode, as vacancies oc, \ '
Pahokee went on a hitting spree cur. As the result of these tests I 'IJ I ti
and put four runs across the rub- 53 persons have qualified for district -' oiRFAT

ber. They added four more runs director, 130 for unit super- MAKE DEBUT HERE
in the eighth and brought home J visor, and 1,094 for visitor. 16 yoM yoblpq ( IIIIIWI ,:

another run In the ninth inning. 1

was Avant.complete Clewiston master through moundsman five, Engineers Award SUNDAY AT COURSEThe (5'l \

innings ,of the game, giving up only Two New ContractsThe I -
one hit, walking two and strikingout
I newly-organized Everglades 111Pa6oe'i
three. He was relieved In the
Golf Association makes its debut
seventh by Hawkins who finishedthe U. S. Engineers awarded a
next Sundaat the Clewiston Golf
game. Clewiston collected seven contract last week to Powers and I Club, opening'' its first official season lnto oblivionWith
hits off Stafford and Bardin and
Archibald of West Palm Beach for I with a Match Play Nassau

made two errors. the surfacing, with native marl, ofa I event 6-man: teams from the association's -

Clewiston and Pahokee went into road along the north bank of three ,sections, Pahokee, Our Direct-Reduction Home
tie for first place last Sunday when the Kissimmee River to be used only -I
Belle Glade, and Clewiston, will be
they defeated teams from Pompanoand Loan Plan each monthly payment
to, permit levee maintenance i hand In an effort capture the ,
West Palm Beach respectively, crews to travel the levee. The con-,Ion initial event of the season and geta O fAYOHT cancels a portion of the loan. That
giving each'team three wins againstone tract price was $5,973.80 and work I oN
lead In the four-month race to'
4o j
loss. I : part is gone you pay no
must start within fifteen days af- gain possession of the first league LY

Carlton won his second gameof ter formal acceptance of the bid, trophy. MONS it' =- and* you are that' : much near-
the season when he pitched the:, sometime between now and June ECTpUC1lON
will be in with : debt-free home ownership. Ask
locals to a 10-5 victory over the 10. Play foursomes individual er

team from the lower East Coast. Another contract was also let to twosome match play com- ;. and you shall receive further good
petition. Scoring will be three-point
He sat down ten men via the C. F. Oesterreicher of Jacksonville :
.. Nassau. news about ,our home loan plan.
strike-out route and allowed onl,1seven
Beach for the removal of the hull
hRs.Clewiston.( of the yacht Venetia from the I Following next Sunday's play at

lineups for the two I mouth of Orange River in ,Fort the Clewiston club,: the next Asso-

games were as follows: Myers where it has, formed a navigation ciation match will be held at'' the
Pompano GameR. obstruction since burninga Lake Okeechobee Club at Port Clewiston Federal Savings

Hooks, 2b; Bell, If; Roberts, few weeks ago. This contract Mayaca, Sunday, June 4th. Play

cfVI.. Hooks, c; Beardsley, Ib; price was $899.A thereafter will alternate each week
Ward, 3b; Hawkins; rf; Hare, ss; contract will be let on
Carlton, p; 'Avant batted for Rob- for the construction of an additional Sunday or Thursday. The official I

erts in the ninth inning. 7.9 miles of barbed wire fence season runs through September.An )
Pahokce Game along the levee from Kissimmee attractive prize 'list will be

R. Hooks, 2b; Bell, rf; Roberts, River to Nubbin Slough to prevent I on hand 'for each weekly event. Fol- ;..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:=
cf; W. Hooks, c; Beardsley, Ib; damage by herds of cattle. lowing the regular fourmonthsseason .y "

Carlton, If; Ward, 3b; 'Bryant, ss; Specifications for the revetment 1 the Association will hold a

Avant, p; Hawkins, p. work on the east shore levee are I 36 hole medal tournament with _i: SPECIAL OFFER :_!.

Clewiston will, play a double- in for approval and bids will prob- each section being represented, by

header against Lake Worth f in ably be ,advertised within thirty 10-man teams. :.
Clewiston Sunday afternoon. days for this work. Those in charge of association f +

I affairs are E. G. Kilpatrick for :;: GOOD THROUGH JUNE 30, 1039 :;:

More People Are Saving Sigler Apartments Pahokee, E., M. "Doc" VanLand-' y y y y .

ingham for Belle Glade, and Don y y

,Thru Home Loan Banks, Nearing Completion I Young Play for next Clewiston.Sunday begins at 1:30: :: SUB-TROPICAL ::

Washington,-May 25.-More peo- The duplex-apartments being o'clock. I i GARDENING MAGAZINE _:

ple are placing their savings iu,, constructed for J. B. Sigler of La- Miss Jameson Is y y

Federal savings and loan associations Belle in, the block just west of the :: :;:
in Florida than ever before, administration building, will hecompleted Kiwanis Entertainer y y
officials of the Federal Home Lona and ready for .
occupancyby .
Bank Board said today. the first of June according to, :: Regular Price $1.50 Per Year-Now ::

The number of such investors increased Paul Bussey, contractor on the' Miss Mary Jameson; of Belle I ....
from 18,490' April, 1938, :: $1.00 Until June 30 1939
work. Glade gave a most pleasant entertainment ::: ::
to 28,597 on May* 1, this year. In The building is of frame con-i' ; at the regular weekly

the 12 mouths, the amount of such struction with metal shingle roof.A meeting of the Kiwanis Club held I ,
savings rose from $13,169.850 a spacious screened porch runs Wednesday evening at the Inn. ::: MAIL SUBSCRIPTIONS WITH REMITTANCE TO :::

year to $23,803,640 on May 1, the full width on the north 8ide.'I Miss Jameson read several interest-

or $10,633,790' All such savings'are Each apartment has a living room ing original poems. !

protected up to $5,000 per investor -'I with a fire-place which opens ontoa Other visitors at the meetingwere Sub-Tropical. Gardening =:

by the Federal Savings and dinette. From the dinette a dooron Miss, Jameson's father, Rev. A: :
Loan Insurance Corporation a the left leads to the kitchen J. O. Jameson of Belle Glade and ::: P. O. BOX, 931 KISSIMMEB, FLA. :::

$118,000,000 Federal Government and a door 'on the right into a wide I Michael Driggers, of Bartow.

instrumentality. hallway at the end of which is I Routine business occupied the

During April, the 48, Federal associations the bath. Opening onto the hallwayis I remainder of the time of the meeting :.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:::
in Florida made 313 the bedroom which is located .

loans on homes totaling $1,236,000. just behind the kitchen in the south-

As of May 1, the aggregate amountof east and southwest corners of the MRS. D. G. ALSTON WINS HIGH !!''DI! II ll iIIIIIIIIIII!! lillIlI I

"direct reduction" loans on the building.The PRIZE AT BRIDGE MEETING

books of these institutions was $34- interior is finished in ply- +; '

552,000. A "direct reduction" loanis I wood throughout with the 'exception I' Mrs. Dave Alston was awarded a ::;_:: THE TELEPHONE ::_::
one which decreases with each of the lower walls of the bath pretty bath towel set as first prize
monthly payment. The payments are,! which are of plaster and cement.So Wednesday afternoon when Mrs. : :

applied both to principal and inter- ,far as is known neither ,of L. C. Miller was hostess to the :i: THE OPEN DOOR ::

est. the apartments are yet rented.Black Wednesday Bridge Club. Mrs. J. If :.
Cities in which Federal associ- ,
i W. ,Ezelle received a Pyrex pie
ations in Florida are located are: and Miss Ava ; i'
cut prize ,
Bass Closed plate as ---:-:--- f
Bartow, Belle Glade Bradenton
Ezelle, a' linen handkerchief as y y
Clearwater Clewiston, Coral Gables, y y
Season Ended guest prize.
Daytona Beach, DeLand, Eustis, SundayMany Fruit jello, cake, and tea were :y:: Can you afford to close the door in :=;:
Fernandina, Fort Lauderdale, Fort Miller to Mrs La-

flyers. Fort Pierce, Gainesville, Hol- local fishermen availed served nier, Miss by Mrs.Ava Ezelle, Mrs. T. B. _*.: the face of your friends for a consideration :';': Ji

lywood Kissimmee, Homestead, Lake City, Lake Jacksonville Wales,, themselves of the first opportunityto Shelley and Mrs. Keahtley Bowden. :i: of I less than I lOc per day? ::::
fi<'*lfor black bass with the f
Lake Worth, Lakeland, Leesburg,

New Marianna, Miami, Miami Beach, i season ending last of the Sunday sixty-six and day while closed no II<:GAI, KfOTICK: :!: In times of emergency, sickness or :;:
Smyrna Ocala, Orlando, Pan-
ama City Punta Gorda, St. Petersburg I i exceptional catches were reported In compliance with the law govern- ::' death, the telephone is your nearest :j:
nearly everyone who went out ing the preparation of the annual
Sanford, Sarasota, Tallahassee assessment roll of the EVERGLADES i i
brought back a few fish. :=: neighbor. ::
Tampa, Tavares, Vero Beach, i DRAINAGE; DISTRICT taxes, notice
West Palm Beach Nor was the interest In bass I H hereby given that said ascssment + +
Winter Haven
fishing In the lake confined to roll has been completed and a meetIng -
and Winter Park. of the Board of Commissioners of
Make end isolation '
local sportsmen. All night Saturday Everglades Drainage District will be an to by seeing ;
night parties with held at the office of the District. 300
Dates Announced For reserva- County Court House, Miami. Florida, :!: our manager today for telephone :!:.
tions made
I in advance were pouring at 11 o'clock A. M. June 22nd 1939, '
; into the various fishing camps for the purpose of hearing complaintsand :: service. *:
objections to the contents of such ,
,Social Work Exams about the lake. All were reported to 1'01und\ the method' manner of Y I Y
have been well patronized duringthe pl'crarlngthe amc.no.nn : ; : : ,,'
The Merit System day and thirty boats put out, EVERGLADES DRAINAGK DISTRICT. ; .', il: ; : ;
examination from 0)1or the ramps at daylight '' "- ..
for applicants who desire to qualify -I Sunday morning.The C. H., REEDER, Secretary. I II
for,, social service I y
positions with
largest string of bass reported -
the State Welfare Board will beheld ,' caught by1 Clewiston anglerswas x on cis I _: INTER COUNTY TELEPHONE *
on August 26, 1939 accord-: I + '
( a string brought in by Clarence
NOTICE Is hereby given: by the
ing to I
an announcement by Mrs. Benbow, G. M. Waters and Mack undersigned of hip Intention to apply Ito & TELEGRAPH COMPANY *
J. A. McGehee, of Florida at Its'
Hendry county member Mahon. There were about twentyor the Legislature' y
of the District S '( regular session In* 1939 for the passage y
Welfare Board. twenty-one bass in the string and enactment of a special bill, y yY
The deadline for filing appli and all were nice size. This stringwas the substance of the contemplatedlaw 2 ,
cations' July 15, 1939, Mrs. Mc- taken off Observation Island. Authorizing being as follows the City: of Clew- -' ,;mlrrnrrw.n n1ffiT1TT\"n mrr rTJTTITITJl!! 'TITfTm1JT1! :nrfrnr.: lmrm! ,.

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