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: June 2, 1939
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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. ; ; CORRECTED BY ACTAn _: ;l t ': :':; :" ;, : ";/;:;:::: ;. ;::::,' I' -- : FIRE CONTROL BILLThe J I

", --;: ':"' :; ,f''; :'';'/ \ SUGAR TALKS y. ;';:" ):' ,' '.:::': :. ;- ,

of error in validation proceed- 0: '7::"<:{'t:: .ii;:;); ;,,, ,. ,,>:j-I -{A 'j:,>''' ,.:' Everglades Fire Control bill
ings the $30,000 in school bonds
which contested by the high : :j"t ';: ,<-',- By Clarence R. BIttIngAre :, !'. :, '.!.: :, :'::: ,;' which has been one of the outstanding -
was '
: pieces of
: < legislation at the
: 1939
: '
bidders on the bonds, Stifcl Nicholaus ''' ,: '':;'. < :: :;:-- /' : :" :; session of the legislature, was vetoed -

and Company of Chicago, and Wednesday by Governor Fred

which has held up the bond purchase More Our Needs To Be P. Cone and passed over his veto
'' was corrected this week by -; of Supplied ,Thursday by the House with a vote

legislative action to the apparent of 70-8. Senate action to over-ride '

satisfaction of the bond purchasers. by Foreigners? the veto is expected today, the last I
;c, Immediately after the error had s day of the session.

? been called to the attention of Introduced near the beginning of

'! the County Superintendent and the the session by Rep. E. L. Stewartof
;t; school board, C. E. Miner left for In recent years we .have read of pork, ham, eggs, wheat, corn and this county, the bill providedfor
Tallahassee with a bill for correction other domestic products being imported from foreign countries to meet a control board of twelve
the bond the requirements of the American people, who were denied the right to mem-
by purchaser's -
Fy up bers, one from the governor's cab-
use American products because of "plow-up" and "destruction" orders
attorneys, Chapman and Cutler. ,.. from Washington. Much of our export trade in cotton has been lost to inet and the other eleven from the
' The bill was introduced in the other countries by reason of policies instituted in Washington. Recently eleven counties in the Everglades
' House last Tuesday by Representative the Supreme Court has decreed that the American farmer cannot market Drainage District. The act named
: Elbert L. Stewart and was! the produce of his soil, and now we learn that it is planned to take the members of this board who
passed that day. Senator David even more of the American farmer's markets from him. would have been allowed to name

j; Elmer Ward introduced it Thursday their successors and increased the.
Recent press dispatches disclose that discussions are being had in
'.in the Senate and it went through annual
to .
Washington' relative to "The ,Brazilian Plan," which should not only be $75,000.The
without The final
any viewed with alarm by all good Americans, but should be squelched by act was passed by a big ma-
routine through which the bill must jority in this form by the house. ,
their representatives in Congress before the country is sold down the
go ,through before becoming effec- river into foreign bondage. permit only one American family to mi- The bill struck, a temporary snag
: tive had ,not been completed the grate to Brazil under the terms of such plan and Congress will be assailed in the senate when several changes
middle of this week but wag confi- by the wails and wiles of our "internationalists" that to deny full were made by amendment most important -
; dently expected before the close of I and free entry of all Brazilian products in preference to domestic of which was that the

the legislative session tonight., production, will result in the starvation of that one ,American family -, twelve members of the board should I

r The bonds were sold to the high- and the breaking of our' solemn pledge"to one of our "good ( ?) neighbors" be named by, the governor, this I

' est bidder at the school board meeting being done to_ prevent his vetoing

.Y.: in May for 33,412.50 and the ,The essence, of "The Brazilian Plan", in so far as it has been disclosed the bill and was passed in this 1
?'" money derived from the sale' is to in the press, contemplates the migration of 700,000 United States form. i,
be used to construct a new school farm families to Brazil; these families would be placed upon farms own- I The Governor, In vetoing the bill,

building in Clewiston. Bids for the ed by the Brazilian government, undoubtedly to be used to supply the said that it would set up an Independent -
" new building were also received United States with wheat, corn, cotton, sugar' and other products we commission with powerto
that day but all were rejected and now, or could, produce for ourselves. \
spend money and name employeesand
the board will open new bids at
We will probably be' told that "The Brazilian Plan" will relieve the that there was no money avail-
the regular meeting next Tuesday.
unemployment problem. We know that the standard of living in South able with which to pay the appro-
:. Mr. Miner states that he feels
I America, or for that matter any place else in the world, does not approach priation.
certain that the bond validation the standard of the United States, therefore the means of these Although the bill has .passed the
will be in order by Tuesday and 700,000 American families to acquire the necessities and comforts of house over the governor's veto and
that a contract will be let at that life will be greatly reduced. Even if all their requirements, which they is expected to pass the senate today -

time for the building. could '''satisfy, were satisfied by American products, many Americans now there is little chance of the
Mr. :Miner, secretary-treasurer of supplying their needs would be forced on relief.
money being available for the appropriation -
the state association of school board
- Today, the balance of trade between the United States and Brazil is it is said, unless some
c, members, appeared, while in, Tallahassee heavily, in favor' of Brazil, and Brazilian ,obligations held in the United form of tax is levied by the leg-
before the appropriation' States are in default.. These conditions are not 'true in British-Brazilian islators in the closing moments of
committees of the house and senate relations. In view of these facts it is reasonable to suppose that if such. the session tonight which is not j
: s in regard to the additional $150 proposed "Plan" be consummated the balance of trade will go more believed likely.
asked by the schools for each teacher heavily: against us and, in so doing, the British will profit even more.

:, unit. This was finally compromised -
and passed at, $100 additional Today, many items that we could produce for ourselves are imported. Ft. Myers Kiwanians
For instance the Federal Government permits the people of the United %
but at last reports had not been
S States to supply less than 30 % of their sugar requirements although Visit Local Club
- signed by the
r governor. sugar' can be produced at lower cost with higher wages in the Everglades
I. than in any of the foreign countries and other offshore areas now guar-
: Clewiston Defeats Hobe anteed 70% of our ,market. There is only one way to cure unemployment Thirteen visitors from the Fort
; that is to create employment.. Employment cannot be created Myers Kiwanis Club were presentat
Sound Here Thursday when we are forced to desist from producing our own food, so that it the meeting of the local club
may be supplied by others. here Wednesday night and had

F t The Clewiston team found its bat- Just so long as we are forced to remain idle while others fill our charge of the greater part of. the
needs, we will be faced with a most serious problem of unemployment. meeting. Their visit was unexpected -
-I Ito I Let Congress show that it is serious in solving this problem by permit- and B. E. Herring, scheduled to

ting unlimited production of sugar, a non-surplus crop, and, the unemployment speak at the meeting, postponed his
win over Hobe Sound here by problem will begin to vanish. talk 'Until later in order to hear
: a'score of seven to three.
from the visiting delegation.

}' Clewiston Avant was and kept on the the Hobe mound Sound for I :..:, :.;>r/: ;.'..;'"".:;;'>,;".; .. .A"l.;: :: I linist Harold, who'has Moreland appeared, popular here many vio-

five hits well scattere'd. Two ',runs '/: :''' '':" /,:' ,: '< < ':::::"- times, entertained with a numberof

:; S ; were scored by the visitors in the :, .l selections and a male chorus gave
5 third inning on a walk, a single one selection.

and a couple of errors. An error Jack Hoist, chairman of the dis-

and another hit in the seventh' gave trict Public Affairs committee made ,
them their'final run. which he extended rI
I a nice talk in
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fA Clewiston scored once in the second members of
an invitation to the
inning on consecutive hits by Stewart Calls Up Bid II NEW MILK STATION Legislation i i ProposedTo I the Clewiston club to attend an informal -
t Beardsley, Carlton and Bryant.Two IS OPENED HERE: entertainment in Fort Myers

\ more were added in the third on To Kill Ticky DeerRep. Ease RefundingLegislation next Thursday to which several 'other -
; consecutive hits by Moore, Hooks Joe Thompson and Chas. Flint, West Coast clubs have been in-

and Beardsley. Three runs came of Fort Myers, have opened a dairy vited. The entertainment, which is
in the fifth when Bell, Moore and 'Elbert, L. Stewart of Clew- station in the Hopkins Buildingin sponsored by the also for the Kiwanis wives, will

Hooks hit safely and scored. Carlton iston Tuesday called for passageof the room formerly, occupied by board 'of directors of the Everglades be in the nature of a golf circusat
scored the final run in the a legislative bill requiring the the Hudson Tailoring Company for Drainage District and intended to the country ,club with a rib

ninth. killing of tick-infested deer in the sale of Grade A milk productsas ease the way for a proposed refund- roast at dinner hour and dancingin
Clewiston line-up: Roberts, cf; Hendry county to protect cattle. well as pastries, eggs and poul- ing of the district's indebtedness, the clubhouse later.
Bell, rf; Moore, If; Hooks, c; The state livestock sanitary board try. was introduced .into the state sen- Considerable discussion was given
Beardsley, Ib; Carlton, ss; Bryant, would be directed by Mr. Stewart'sbill The five South Florida legislation now
milk is produced in Fort My- ate Tuesday by : the proposed sugar
3b; Ward, 2b; Avant, p. to establish a quarantine district ers and the local business is mere- Senators, Beacham, Graham, Kan- pending in Washington and the Fort
Hobo Sound line-up: Munch, 2b; in Hendry county south of ly a distribution center. Both raw ner, Murphy and Ward. Myers club agreed to join Clewistonin
Brooker, ss; Black, cf; E. Arnold, the state quarantine fence and the and pasteurized milk will be hand- The bill provides that if refunding urging the Florida delegation to
If; J. Arnold, 3b; Ondich, rf; Ry- Big Cypress It would be into I II toward the passage of this
swamp. led and deliveries will be made in I bonds are issued and fall Work
an, c., and Penny, 3b. the duty of the board to Mr. Hoist, who will attend -
removeall the territory once each day. The default that a receiver may be appointed -! legislation.
s --t deer from this district either by new business is known as the Clew I for the district. The measure the Kiwanis International con-
CLEVISTOXIEETS:: PALM having them slaughtered or allow- iston Milk Company. I would also permit the district vention in Boston soon, agreed to
ing hunters to kill them. to apply to 'federal courts for re-I put this matter before the national

: Provision is made in the meas- organization under the public bankruptcy -|I Public Affairs committee of the
,, The Clei\iston team of the Road 26 Work Is .
ure for the restocking of the area laws.
South Florida League will play:
Willie Stewart.
visitors were:
with deer that are free of ticks. of legislative action -
the Palm any
Beach team here No report
Nearing A. Miller, R.
While the infested deer CompletionThe Harold Moreland
are being has been re
the measure
Sunday afternoon at 3:00. Thisis on
killed, it would require the state P. Ward, J, C. Spoouer, Jack Hoist
expected to be one of the ported as this is written. C. P. Heuck, R.
game and fresh water commissionto Edward Simpson,
most crucial games of the first Atlantic Dredging'and Construction O. 'Daniel, Chas. S.
Rich Lee
keep an accurate count of how BY CAR i E., ,
half and one of the best homegames Company, contractors on GIRL Johnson and Bob Wil-
M. H.
,many deer are removed. .
rielstonill have this the north end of the Road 26 contract -
old .
I The' livestock Marilyn Davis, ten-}ear SOil.
sanitary board
J ear.STORES. between South Bay and Okeelanta -
would be daughter of Henry Davis living nearIho
required to post $25 for
a distance of approximatelyfour a STREET WORK
ALTERNATE CLOSING every deer killed, Afterwards the miles, stopped their big drag county line received shoulder only
fund would be used to pay for the line last week at the south end of slightly bruised arm and Considerable work is being done

-j S Beginning next Sunday, June 4, restocking of the county with deer. the job with the rough grading when she and was knocked sideswiped down by near a passing her- by city employees in cleaning and

Alston's drug store and the Seminole -I '-- work completed. Finishing work car shaping ditches along either side

S, both owned by D. G. Alston;(feels that this schedule will enable with smaller machines is expectedto home Tuesday night. of Francisco Street and in regrading -
C\ will' alternate in closing all day on him to better serve his customers be completed in a couple of Rushed at once to the Clewiston the street. Entrances have been

'i.JI Sun ay. One store will' thus bed during the summer months and still weeks. I" hospital, she was given first aid built to the hospital by placing

open on each Sunday, all day, while permit employees; every other tin, There are tour large concrete box treatment and returned p.her. I pipes in the ditch and filling. over.
the. other will be. closed, Mr. Alston .hem with) marl
(( 'I'i day off, -" '.. -- (Continued ou Page S) home t. ,


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Get the Call for 1940? UNIFORM IMPROVED INTERNATIONAL AROUND Items of Interest I

It May Be One of These Men SUNDAY ELesson| the HOUSE GIs !o 'the Housewife_ .

host of Presidential aspirants crowd the politicalscene
TODAY a By HAROLD L. LUN1JQUIS. U. D. Coffee Stains. Remove from Cane Cleaner.Wicker or cane
but their numbers will be sifted down to one Democratand Dean of The Moody Bible Institute silks or woolens by soaking themin garden armchairs if dusty or dirty

one Republican before another year is out, leading to the < Western of Newspaper Chicago Union. pure glycerine. Wash off in after being stored away during the

1940 election. President Roosevelt has yet to decline a third term tepid, soapless water. winter, should be scrubbed with
strong soda water and then rinsed
offer. Provided he does not run, astute observers say they're posi Lesson for June 4 Use for Newspapers. Save and left to dry in wind or sun.

tive one of the following men will occupy the White House seat Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected plenty of clean newspapers for the This will tighten up sagging seatsas

from 1941. to 1944. Picture Parade "thumbnails" their careers, Council and of Religious copyrighted Education by International: used by moth season. Moths loathe printer's well as clean them.
permission. ink, so you'll find the papers *
reviews their private and political histories and recites the qualifications useful when woolies and blankets' For Discolored Handkerchiefs.-

which-according to their sponsors-should make them PAUL PLEADS HIS OWN CASE 'have, to be stored away. I Handkerchiefs that have becomea

bad color should be soaked for I
America's No. 1 elective
contenders. for LESSON TEXT-Acts 21:40-22:4; 24:14-
16; 261923. When Burning Vegetable Ref- 24 hours in a quart of cold waterto

., ._ .. .. .... .... .. ......
m.'X.""' -'" ; .Q.' Y" 7-' h"'"y':'''''' > >> ''1.f GOLDEN TEXT have lived In all good use.-Put a handful of salt with which a teaspoonful of cream of

Acts conscience 23:1."They. before God until this day.- the rubbish. This will prevent any tartar has been added. After-

.n I rli Y:aY unpleasant. odor. wards rinse and dry.
a 2IV
w. say. What do they say?
: w Let them say!I" So reads the inscription #

over a doorway of one of

the great schools of England. What What to Eat and Whyc.

\ (4j does it mean? It bespeaks the con

fidence of a life lived so nobly that

the barbs flung out by wicked and

slanderous tongues may be faced Houston Goudiss Offers Practical Advice r

w ti. : h without-fear, in fact, ignored.The .

aa best defense against the attacks Regarding First Meal of the Day; Some
of men is the testimony of a

good life. Paul had lived such a Breakfast-Time Wisdom for Homemakers

Y a" 'gy p 8 as life, and consequently when the
hour came for him to speak in his ,

Th'l>>- ;:'{m$2'J::' 63 & Il f -:. r- {Wi..rf.t.: :o/ J own defense, he needed but to pointto By C. HOUSTON GOUDISS

the record. It is significant that I F THERE is one meal that can be regarded as more important -

0C.0.P.Arthur' Hedrick O G. O. P.-Thomas Edmund O G. O. P.-R oberi his enemies did not deny the facts. than any other, that meal is breakfast. It comes after
Vandenberg, 55, senator Dewey, 37, native of Alphonso Taft, 50. career They could'only cry out, throw off
from his native Michigan Michigan and racket.bust.ing Cincinnati lawyer, son of their garments and throw dust in the longest fast and precedes a major portion of the day's

since 1928 (former newspa New York district attorney late President William the air while they shouted, "Away work. Thirteen hours elapse between a 6:30 supper and a 7:30
per man at Grand Rapids since 1937. Ranks Howard Taft. Ranks sec with fellow from the earth!"
such breakfast
a and the body
engine requires a new supply of fuel
Not highly popular because first among Republicans ond to Dewey, gaining tre
his win mendous in short (Acts 22:22-24). They did. indeed, before the daily activities Yet all
he's refused to advance now but must support. support are begun. too frequently
candidacy therefore might of doubting Thomases who period since he was fleeted manufacture accusations againsthim this. first meal is inadequate in food values and gobbled in
but even the heathen officials ,
loom as a compromise question his lack of administrative U. S. senator last autumn.
choice because of unquestioned experience., Ambitious, he has lost no knew enough to throw these out of haste with consequences

ability he has shown Barely missed New York opportunity to gain public court. The impotent rage shown that may have a farreachingeffect the palate because they are so

in senatorial duties. governorship last year iltcntion.O by wicked men when they run up upon health. crisp and appetizing. And they

against the consistent testimony of Men ,who set forth after a supply important minerals, a good
: y"oa a true Christian life is one of the amount of vitamin B and
meager breakfast are licked be- some
strongest of testimonies to the gen- fore the day's work vitamin G, in addition to energy

<. y :Jk :'. ., uineness of faith.I. is started.: They values.A .

ye A Matter of Conviction'((21:40- never seem to get Cold Cereal Analyzed
Any: ; 22:4). into y
high and
It's interesting to analyze a
Paul Christian because of i
l Y } was a they lack the ener- ular ready-to-eat cereal, made
strong personal convictions of the Y / gy to perform their
v from wheat and malted barley.We .
deepest kind. He was reared in a {>' 9 tasks efficiently.
find a wide assortment of'
nutrients -
tradition which made him a bitter Homemakers who
including protein
of the followers of Christ energy
persecutor find 'themselves fatigued values, phosphorus for the teeth
and it was a personal experienceof
and irritable
and bones; iron, for building rich
the regenerating of God in
grace before the morning's -
red blood and vitamin which
Jesus Christ which made him into ;
work is com-
; promotes appetite and aids di-
> the bond slave of the One he had
pleted be surprised -
may gestion. It has been estimatedthat
persecuted. We need more of that to learn that
a serving of this cereal-
f'. kind of know-so and say-so type of their ,lassitude is due to a skimpy three-fourths of
a cup-with one-
faith. Joining a church as one j
breakfast. And children who
go fourth of whole milk will
cup pro-
might join social club noth-
a means
to school after an insufficient
vide an adult with 7 per cent of
0 DEMOCRAT John O DEMOCRAT James DEMOCRAJ Cordell ing-but following Christ in full and morning meal cannot hope to I his total daily requirement of"protein t

Nance Garner, 71, U. S Aloysius Farley, 51, career Hull, 68, quiet, cultured free devotion is everything.II. make good grades in their studies. ; 11.5 per cent of his calcium,

vice president since 1933 New York business man U. S. secretary of state A Matter of Authority (24:14- They fatigue quickly, find it difficult 11.2 per cent of his phosphorus;

U. S. representative from and politician. Postmaster since 1933. Former (1907 16). to concentrate and easily be- 9.75 cent of his iron and
his native Texas from 1903to general since 1933. Democratic 21 and 1923.31) per a
represen Just as Paul's life was built on come cross. Moreover they are total of 125 calories.
1933. Won't talk, but national chairman tattve from Tennessee:
faith which inward based apt to experience hunger
tolerates congresssponsoredboom since 1932. Might be vice senator from Tennessee was on pangs Vary the Method of ServingTo
which has skyrocketed presidential candidate with 193133. Author of federal personal convictions, it was also a during the middle of the morning;
faith that Godward based and when it is time for the help make breakfast inter-
him to the post of No. Garner or Cordell Hull income tax system, fatherof was on noon
1 Democratic possibility. (see right). Is nation's new U. S. trade policy. the authority of His Word. The meal they will either eat too muchor esting, 'vary the cereal from dayto

Advanced age is 'biggest most astute and most popular Like Garner, suffers from Jews might call it heresy, but Paul will have lost their appetite, day. Or offer a choice of sev-

handicap. politician. age handicap. stood on "all things which are writ- thus disrupting the entire food eral kinds of packaged readytoeat -

ten" (v. '14)) ;; he had a "hope toward program. cereals and allow each mem-
.-.fR :I "':jJW} btSmmq 1 r: \Li.; n"C7; % ber of the to select
& : : { W::i% : God" (v. 15)), and "a consciencevoid Starting the Day RightIt family the one

of offence toward God" (v. 16). he prefers. Vary the fruit also.
is therefore essential that
And occasionally you may combine -
Those who ridicule Christianitywould homemaker thenecessity t
aysa.5 .0 Lar4(3 have it that faith is really every recognize I. fresh, canned or stewed fruit
Mf 4,rL for providing a substan- with cereals to make a '(cereal
s yY i credulity. They say we believe tial and satisfying breakfast. Thisis "
,I, things which we do not know to be sundae. Further variation may
not difficult to do; nor is nec- be introduced
by using brown
true while that
hoping they may
deal of
essary to spend a great
sugar or honey in place of white
somehow to be A
prove so. man time in its preparation.When .
who reads these notes in his home- sugar. And on occasion the cere-
% I hear such complaints as
als be baked into
1 may muffins,
; town newspaper recently wrote to won't
"My family eat breakfast"
? rr.y< ask me if I was fool enough tQ be- waffles or pancakes.It .
or "They're simply not interestedin
lieve the things I wrote. The fact is is also possible to serve the
". .
food in the morning, 'I suspect
thatwe did Paul have eggs in many different forms-
even as the
that the dull and
menus are
strongest of all foundations for our poached, baked, scrambled or ina
monotonous; and perhaps mem-
faith, namely the Word of God. plain or puffy omelet.If .
bers of the household have the bad
Men act in faith on the word of their these suggestions are followed -
3 fellow men-their very existence is habit of sleeping so late that thereis it should be a simple mat- r
time to eat properly.
all bound up in that faith in men ter for homemakers to serve t
Both situations are easily rem-
whom they hardly know. They be- tempting wholesome breakfaststhat
GG.O.P.-William Edgar & G. O. P.-Herbert Clark O G. 0. P.-Alred Mos. lieve them, but they will not believe edied, and-they are closely'linked. will send their families away

Borah, 74, 'senator from Hoover, 65, President oj man Landon, 52, governor God. I suggested to correspondent For if the breakfast menus are from the table well fitted for the
Idaho since 1907 and chair. the U.S.from 1929 to 1933; of Kansas from 1933 it my made sufficiently attractive, it day's activities.
that he read I Corinthians 1:18-
mm oj powerful senate I secretary of commerce,1921- 1937, Republican presidcn won't be difficult to persuade
-WNU-C. Houston Goudiss 1939
foreign relations commit. 29; famed as U. S. food tial candidate in 1936. Hn.- 25 and 2:14.Christian every member of the family to 65.

tee since 1924. Perennial administrator, 1917-19. Now grown in political statun faith calls for a personal rise a little earlier in order to
candidate, unquestionablyable regaining much of the popularity since his defeat that year belief, but that belief is not in any enjoy substantial unhurried
but would' probably he lost during early but many Republicans feat word of man, but in the Word of a Yy
refuse candidacy and throw '30's, but liberal Republicans placing their money on u God, which abideth forever.III. meal.
his weighty support in fear he would be an horse which lost its firM A Model BreakfastA
favor of a younger man. "old line" candidate. important race. A Matter of Witness (26:19- GLASSES
well balanced breakfast in- jj'j

.... .. ....,...,.,.. .. .. '. 23). cludes fruit or fruit ,juice cereal
'm A """""'" ""'" Inward, Godward, and now out-
an egg or bacon; bread or toast;
ward in witness-these are the three
and milk, cocoa or'cereal bev-
relationships of Paul's good l life. He t
: 'Ilfi erage for the children, with coffee -
..' :?" r could plead in his own defense the for the The
? record of his life, for he had not grown-ups. egg
> i / bacon be omitted
: ; selfishly cherished a fellowship with may occa- Noble Character

"' God which had lighted and warmedhis sionally, for an egg may be. included Nobleness of character is noth-

r L2." }<, .j own soul and then left his fellow in some other meal duringthe ing but steady love of good, and

; t i\, : ) .. :' .' man to sit in the chilling darknessof usually day. But the cereal mainstay in some of formis the steady scorn of evil.-Froude.

sin. He was obedient to the
: :" ::> j.i .
breakfast and there
i f#: : : .:' ': : '; .. heavenly vision (v. 19), and many kinds menu from, which to choose are J

} Qf'IW : : ; preached repentance, faith, and -both hot cereals and cold
good works to both Jew and Gentilev. cereals.

( 20)), continuing to do so, with !r
fJ'l't: .i" God's help even in the face of severe Hot or Cold Cereal ,

persecution.Some Some .people have the notion

t' ''' i', Jt people are just so good that that cereals must be hot in orderto

;,;;;1: .,; i .:t; they are "good for nothing." Such be nourishing. This is a fallacy.For .
men do not reflect the goodness of the nutritive value of a cerealis

O DEMOCRAT-Harry L. 'e DEMOCRAT PaUl O DEMOCRAT Joseph God. Every attribute of God is an determined by the grain from

Hopkins, 49,native of Iowa, Varies McNutt, 48, career Patrick Kennedy,51,carea active one. He is love and He does which it is made and by the man-
career welfare worker. New politician and "activity"man. financier. Extremely verso love. He not only is good, but He ufacturing process-not by whether mODERniZEWhether
York state relief adminis Indiana university .tile. Headed securities ana does good. His children should be it is hot or cold. It is desirableto
trator, 193133: federal relief law dean, 1925.33; American exchange commission, 1934 like Him. They are not saved only give whole grain cereals a you're planning a partyor
chief, 1933.38 U. S. commander remodeling a room you should
Legion 35 headed maritime
; commission ,
secretary of since 1928.29 Indiana that they may escape hell and enjoy prominent place in the diet. This follow the ad t'erlsemetzts...to learn
commerce 1937 ambassadn
; governor, ; the of God. They savedto rule can be what's new..and cheaper...and
then. Would be PresidentRoosevelt's 1933-37; Philippine commissioner to Britain since then. Be peace are \followed even when
choice serve in the winning of others to cold cereals are used. For there better. And the place to find out
as suc since 1937. Might qualification: Is New Dener about new things is right here in
cessor. Has surprised critics pull heavy vote from war Ii yet has confidence Christ. Let us covet such a good are many nourishing 'ready-to-eat this newspaper. Its columns are It
by doing good job in veterans, but unknown na big business men becui' life as that which Paul lived. Our cereals made from substantiallythe tilled with important messages

commerce. tionally. he is one of them., /bewildered I age needs the stabiliz- whole grain. These appeal to which you should read regularly.Vho'll .

i'ing influence of such lives!




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J } DIZZY'DRAMAS-Now Playing-"POT LUCK9 S By Joe, HowersWHERE'S


Probe Into Moseley Activities PIKE '[NE WAVER. VICTIM


,, Reveals Race Consciousness; !

: Rome-Berlin Pact Discredited b

,, (EDITOR'S NOTE-When opinions are expressed in these columns, they
are those of the news analyst and not necessarily .of this newspaper.) N
Released by Western Newspaper Union. ____- _- O.K. ... THE SOAP I IJ
< "
RACES :' vincible" military'pact with Ger- -

many, may well be floating helpless
SemitisriLast ,against a current he cannot .buck.

October top' film executivesmet Plainly top-heavy, the RomeBerlinaxis
Movie Czar Will Hays to discuss nowadays gets most of its ora-
how anti-Semitism might be torical support from Nazidom;
' checked insofar as it affects movie though 'Mussolini chimes in, almost
revenues. Last November Father every speech indicates he would -
radio like peace with democracies. Left
L: Charles Coughlin a
speech tempering criticism of Ger- unspoken are the reasons he fears ,Courageous Asking I
= the he calls friend. Reasons By
man : .
by com-
many's Jewish pogroms I
menting that Communist persecu- (1) If Balkan Yugoslavia breaks HOW-I SEW RUTH WYETH I am prejudiced in favor of him

tiorr of Christians was worse. Nazi up, the area inhabited by Slovenesis SPEARS who, without impudence, can ask I
sources, he said, had told him 56 almost certain to be grabbed by boldly. He has faith in humanity,
': of the 59 top men' in Russia's Com- Germany from its Austrian outpost, and faith in himself. No one who '

munist party were Jews. providing the Reich with an outletto r- i 4 s c ch. 1. Turn. 3rd, 4th, 5th, is not accustomed to give grandlycan I
This spring came "Equality," a the Adriatic sea and thence to 6th and 7th rows. 2 s c in 1st and ask nobly and with boldness.- '

magazine boasting prominent "Ary- the Mediterranean. Much though last stitch of previous row. 1 s. c Lavater.
ans" on its editorial board and dedi- Germany's friendship might be val- in each of the other stitches. Ch.

cated to combating anti-Semitism. ued, Italy cannot afford to let Hitler 1. Turn. 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th and
y At the same time Collier's maga- become a Mediterranean power. 12th rows skip 1st ,and last stitchin R11ThTTMELj

zine found there was,at least enoughtalk (2) Italians dislike Russians, but previous row. Ch. 1. Turn. 13th

about the subject to justify a both in heritage and ambition Adolf S, ,I row. 1 s c in last stitch of pre-
t popularized treatise by Harvard An- Hitler's nation is like Soviet Russia.An o G o vious row.Triangles.. !
thropologist Earnest Hooton on theJew's O
allied Berlin and Moscow would
evolved and specialized as squares
"highly control Europe, a possibility which 1ORANGE Made of beauti-
through the 7th row. PEN
characteristics of mind, tem-
grows less remote as German-hating 2 BRIGHT BLUE ful Rippled Pearl
perament and personality." Foreign Commissar Maxim Litvinov 3 YELLOW SPECIAL NOTICE: Effective material with visible
4 DARK GREEN ink supply.The point is I
>k, ; Readers of the Hooton article retires from office and both Hitler 5 BRIGHT RED 6 5 with this issue of the paper, Book Iridium tipped for long \;
found themselves realizing that Ger- and Stalin cease shouting at one an- 6 WINE RED 2 "SEWING, for the Home Dec- service-unusual wear.
many's horrible have at orator and No. 2 Gifts Novelties PENCIL Pencil styled j
; pogroms other. Such a: pact would leave Italy -
...._ __ I in the cold, no longer needed by H ERE is another rug to add to 'and Embroideries, are offeredat pen. Automatic to match and me the I I
/N YHN ---
is in chanical.
I Germany. your collection. It not 15 cents each, or both books Concealed :
: (3) Strong though her Mediter- either of the books, or the leaflet for 25 cents. Readers who have eraser and extra leads. e 'I'
-Sets for-
offered herewith. Use wool rags not secured their copies of these
ranean position may be, Italy is LADIES and GENTSDid
I still weaker than the combined fleetsof in stripsinch wide and a cro- two books should send in their or- you ever hear
France and Britain. Mussoliniis chet hook withinch shank. The ders immediately, as no more of getting something -
also alarmed at recent ,Anglo- circles, squares and triangles are copies will be available, when the for nothing?
with the crochet Postcard brings details Value $1.95
French gains in the Mediterranean, joined slipstitch.The present supply is exhausted. Your
especially their pacts with Greece border is in single crochet choice of,the QUILT LEAFLET illustrating Positively Nothing to Buy!
t and Turkey. And though he countedon with stitches added at the cornersto 36 authentic patchwork
make it lie flat. stitches the RAG RUG LEAF-
Spain as an ally against democ- ; or I
\ xs {>.: Circles 1st Chain 3. Join. LET included
k racies, Mussolini finds Generalis- : row. will be with orders
simo Francisco Franco hobnobbing Make 6 single crochet ,stitches in for both books for the present, but
too affectionately with" Germany to circle. 2nd row. 2 s c in each the offer may be withdrawn at !,\R ylA T 17 /

his own exclusion. Franco hobnobs stitch. 3rd row. Change colors. any, time.

also with French, Swiss and Dutch ,Add 1 s c in every 2nd stitch. 4th Everyone should have copies of
bankers, seeking a reconstructionloan row. Add 1 s c in every 3rd
these two books containing 96
neither Italy nor Germanycan stitch. 5th, 6th'and 7th rows. ,Add
HOW TO SEW articles by Mrs.
give. So far as Mussolini is con- 6 stitches spacing them differently -
Rrj cerned, the, Iberian peninsula is a than in preceding row. Change Spears, that have not appeared in
colors at of 6th the paper. Send your order at
a bigger question mark today than one beginning row.
P' year ago. Squares: 1st row. Ch. 3. 1 s c. I once to Mrs. Spears, 210 S. Des-

: Such are possible reasons why' in first ch. Ch. 1. Turn. 2nd row. plaines St., Chicago, Ill.

French Ambassador Andre Fran-
cois-Poncet met Italian Foreign Min- ::
strange ." ister Galeazzo Ciano in Rome recently '::1

for amicable discussion on A Quiz With Answers
i.. least made America conscious that French-Italian trouble points. Since ASK ME

+q 'I 4s there is such a problem. This realization modern treaties apparently mean 7 Offering Information

;i became the more acute nothing, there'is a good chance Italy ANOTlTE on Various: Subjects HOST TO mOST
when Texas' Rep. Martin Dies might junk her new German pact I
brought his un-Americanism investi- for a settlement with France and I I WHO VISIT BALTimORE!
gation committee back into session Britain. Britain's reluctance to
with the following unsavory allegations with Russia be The Questions more words in a sentence in close Baltimore's newest, largest and finest
i sign a treaty might hotel-700 rooms, equipped with
# ;.'r : founded on the hope that Germanyand succession, 'as: "An Austrian every luxury and modem convenience. -
t Maj. Gen. George Van Horn Mose- the Soviet would get together, 1. What is an alliteration? army, awfully arrayed, Boldly by Fine restaurants serve the
: y,; ley, who retired from the army last thereby alienating Italy. 2. Claustrophobia is the fear of battery besieged Belgrade." world-renowned food that has made
;t autumn after throwing sharp shafts what? 2. Confined spaces. Baltimore a Mecca for "gourmets"?
at the New Deal is active in bars and lounges feature drinks
am BUSINESS 3. unscrambling
: 3. Can anything that has been Try an egg.
mixed in the time-honored Maryland
4" nation-wide anti-Jewish organiza- '
done be undone? 4. A vigintillion is the highest
Rates from $3 to $6
; tion. Moseley joined a drive Competition WantedUnder manner. single.
r 4. What is the largest number figure listed in numeration and
Gil-s NRA the government used? consists of a numeral followed by i

forced industry into collusion, strict 5. What is the date of' the flood 63 ,noughts. }
he received from a night club "wait-
price levels being enforced to a in the Bible? 5. According'to Hebrew chronol-
er" to James Erwin
Campbell, reserve -
army captain of Owensboro, point where competing bidders usu- 6. Is brass mined? ogy, the deluge destroyed the
w Ky. Campbell, in turn, issued re- ally found their individually arrived- 7. What is the difference be- earth in'2348 B. C.
:' ports to "key people" throughout at quotations identical. But since tween being interested and curious 6. No. Brass is an alloy of cop-

' : ';1 the U. S. Dies said Gilbert had no NRA was invalidated identical quo- ? per and zinc; which are mined.
tations have often continued,, pro- 8. Is there any soda in soda
intention of. stirring up race hatred 7. Being interested means to ,
but thought he was doing a "patri- viding, Trust Buster Thurman Arnold :;water? have attention aroused. Curiousis
( assistant
attorney general
: r j. otic service in anticipation of .a rev- .z. generally used to mean a desireto
;.! olution." / The Answers learn that which does not con-
'. .,:, Sample Moseley statements re- cern one. These Advertisements
'',, ported by the Dies committee: (1)) "The fact is that the most sounds at the beginning of two or bonated water. Give You Values

serious problem confronting Amer- ;; -
'}. ica today is just this problem of 1.
11' the Jew and how to get rid of his influence $
-j definitely-locally, nationally Q 1'
and internationally. '!
(2)) "If'' the Jews bump me off be /

I '; 1 sure to see they get the credit for it I/ ,J.

,,', from coast to coast. It will help Iwr ,

, .......; our cause." ,'.1).1r {. : \:,
J. Notified of the charges, General -
, Moseley abruptly closed his own /
I I'r r
I private "un-Americanism" investigation I'\ I fi '
I 'j in California's Imperial valley S'S % i

J .', and flew to Washington in an-

< swer to a Dies subpoena. His com- :J 1
ment: "How strange that t
,', a patriot can discuss openly and i'y
frankly the problems involving Irishmen -
:1 jjr Italians and Germans ti' iii ,

but let him mention any international S; S S T P6I
j 'isms' or Zionism and their increasing -

:! : control of America, then THURMAN ARNOLD LetupLight .
1 he is attacked on all sides even ". just getting started ."
: his life may be threatened."
'; with what he terms prima facie evi-
ITALY: dence of collusion. Camel

Axis Breakup? That a government which five up a MME .
years ago fostered collusion now
In 1914 the homeland of Julius fights it may seem inconsistent,yeta
Caesar broke its triple alliance withGerm'any return to orthodox business philos-
and Austria-Hungary be- ophy has 'again made men believe a
cause Trentino and Trieste were not that competition is the life of trade. 4 5

forthcoming. Next year Italy went Up before the house appropriations 'ruRtttsx, 'nortisnC
r- to war on the side of the Allies. sub-committee, Trust Buster Arnold '"et :Nrtes
European history has a way of repeating explained the justice departmentwill
itself; Benito Mussolini, who need $520,000 more next fiscal
/ last year saw everything to gain in year simply to carry on an anti-
an alliance with Adolf Hitler, and trust campaign which-after 40)
who has just signed a 10-year "in- years-"is just getting started."

FOtrn. TIm rTtfl\viaTnv! AtC\.t1a. vtnr1o&V,, ... n'nn" .n.. non.
---- --- -- ----- --- --- .L'.au.a u v ''''' .J.VOjTHerring

The Clewiston News quota? Why spend Federal moneyto got him and with him the turkey.I Shelley, Mrs. G. B. Thomas, Mrs. Supt.Morning "
build great irrigation dams in "I carried both the bass, and the W. C. Owen, Mrs. W. C. Prewitt, worship '11:00. Sermon
order that more areas in this nation turkey .to Johnny Osceola's Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, Miss Jean by the pastor. _
Published[ every Prldnv. in Clewiston, may become productive when we and pulling the turkey wlgwam'l! Patterson, Mrs. O. F. Schiffli, Mrs.G. B. Y. P. U. 7:00 p. m., A. H.
Inc.Florida, by the CLEW STOr-r NEWS, have a vast area of highly produc- maw of the bass, I weighed H. Small, Mrs. W. F. Simpson, King, director; Mrs. Herman Davis,
tive lands in Florida that private I ter on a pair of scales at Johnny'c.l Mrs. M. E. VonMacu and Mrs. F. associate. "

enterprise will readily undertake I IIt tipped the beam at fifty M. Wright. .Evening preaching at 8 p.( m.
KDATHLEV IIOWDUtf, Editor I to improve if the Federal Government -Punta Gorda Herald. I Sermon by the pastor..

: I will permit them to grow MRS. WILSON WINS HIGH PRIZE Midweek service every Wednesday -
Entered as second class mall mattc-r ,crops thereon that are needed in :MRS.: ROYAL HONORED AT URIDGE'RDXESDAY evening at 8 p. m. -
rebrnnry j. 1927, at the Post Office fn WITH SHOWER WEDNESDAYMrs.
this nation and can be produced
Olewlston, Florida under the Act n.' W.: :M. S. each 2nd and 4th
March '3. 1597.Subscription. I economically and satisfactorily? I Mrs. C. E. Nail was hostess to Tuesday at 3:30 at the church, Mrs.A. .
\ George Royal was honored her bridge club Wednesday even- .
I The time has arrived for a show-II R. Broadfoot, president.
Rtitc $2.00 Per Year. down on the sugar situation. It is with a stork shower given Wed- ing. High Score prize, a linen lunch- Sunday school teachers and of-
I Florida's fight and likewise the nesday afternoon by Mrs. R. M. eon cloth; 'was won by Mrs. R. C. ficers meeting Wednesday at 7
Advertising Rntcn On Application. fight of every member of Congress Bishop at her home in Lake Har- Wilson, and second high, a set of p. m. ,

I from Florida as well as' congressmen -I bor. individual salt dishes by Mrs. T. The public is cordially invited to
Devoted to the advancement and welfare -I from other Southern States. Guests included a large number B. -;Shelley. attend all our services.COMMUNITY .

of Clcwiston and Hendry County. I Florida people are not aliens and+10f Cletviston- ,*friends of the iionoree. The hostess served salad with J

they arc deserving a fair hearing} Mrs. Bishop served delicious shoestring potatoes and tea to Mrs.R. CHURCH
Another brave but foolhardy flier I in Congress. They are deserving of zwiebach pie to Mrs. G. H. Brown, C. Nowling, Mrs. W. ,H. Lanier, Royal Palm Avenue
has apparently lost his life in an fair consideration by the Secretary Mrs. H. A. Bestor, Mrs. A. R. Mrs. B. J. Schroeder, Mrs. Roy I Forest C. Taylor, MinIster
attempt to cross the Atlantic in a I of State and the Secretary of Agri- Broadfoot, Mrs. J. D. Bruce, Mrs. Alston, Mrs. H. H. Turner, Miss
plane inadequate for the flight. A culture. What's the reason they I Keathley Bowden, Mrs. F. Deane Mae Palmer, Mrs. E. E. Kelly, Mrs.. Morning worship and sermon
foolish risk for one to take to win don't get it? Duff, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Miss Ava Wilson and Mrs. Shelley. next Sunday at eleven o'clock.

doubtful honors. I Did you know that Cuba produces I Ezelle, Mrs. H. S. Gove, Jr., of Sunday school every Sunday at
I Moore Haven, Mrs. B. E. Herring 9:45, B. C. Flaniken, Supt.
Senator Hiram Johnson of Cal- sugar nearly consumed 30 per in cent the of all United thi.!]'(p\lr O. A. Jones, Mrs. R. H., lrnllirnilm! !: li llil!illIIII! I! !I!!! !TI I! IilIilN! !! liV I!!iIICIIIIIh! !I The _Senior Christian Endeavor

States? Th9 1 Knight, Mrs. E. C. Mills, Mrs. I meetings are being held now on
Philippine Inlands
ifornia thinks that Ripley should pro- WITH THE d '
Nelson Mrs. W. C. Owen Mrs. C'I H Monday evenings at o'clock.
add to his list of "Believe-it-or- duce over 15 per cent Hawaii over:j seven
'nots" the fact that Florida is not 14 per cent, Puerto Rico, 12 percent ;|i B. Raftkstraw! Mrs. W. F. Simpson, LChurchesillllip LIG The Mission Study Class meets i
Louisiana five ::iMrs. J. F- Tippey; Mrs. F. M. every :Monday afternoon at two
permitted to produce enough sugarto over per cent;
supply her own needs. and the beet sugar crop of the Mid Wright, Mrs:' A. 0. Ward and Mrs.R. L dST o'clock. I
dle West claims over 23 per cent. C. Wilson. G! II I I! ffilfJlm! mHIII!..l i I illl'I I !"'i' 11 ID' ''i The public is cordially invited ,
to worship in the Clewiston Community -
Against this Florida ) 0.94
Lou Nova fought a nice fight
against playboy Maxie Baer last per cent-less than one per cent.
night but the best he could do was, Are the people of Florida goingto WITH BRIDGE FOR< VISITOR Lawrence CHURCHRev. J. Flynn, Pastor
get a technical knockout. In that allow this condition to exist indefinitely -
I ? Is the Federal Mrs. J., W. Ezelle was hostess ata '
we can't see anything serious to govern Mass each Sunday morning at D D
ment going to continue favoring pretty bridge party at her home
worry Louis. I 8 o'clock, excepting the last Sun
Tuesday afternoon complimenting
Cuba the Philippines, Hawaii, Puerto -
her guest, Miss Ava Ezelle, of day of the month when the time is
The Governor vetoed the'1'1re con- Rico the Virgin Islands, et al, 10:30. ;
over Florida, Louisiana and Texas? Graceville.The .
trol bill and the house has already .
Confessions are heard Saturday -
passed it over his veto with the And when you consider this mon- house was beautifully deco- every
I rated with vases of spring flowers, evening from 7:30 until 8:30
chances mighty good that the sen- umental injustice to one State in
with and before all the Masses.
ate will over-ride also. The big worry I this great Union, keep in mind the gladioli in white and purple
now is where to get the 75000. ,assertion of producers, that sugar shades predominating. Mrs. I"'. D. Week-day Mass every morning at ROOM FOR RENT
can be manufactured in Florida at Hessie, who won high score, received -. 7:30. \
Governor Cone is being blamedby lower cost to the American a lovely tray Miss Ruth Mar Devotions in honor of Our Ladyof

the legislators for the muddle I er at the American standard consum-I shall, who held second high, :received -. Perpetual Help are conducted Furnished, large, cool
in Tallahassee and he is blamingthe es than other sections now : a pottery vase, and Mrs. C. I Friday 'evenings at 8 o'clock, followed -'

legislators. Folks back home ,most. of the market, and who L. Downs, who was low, received by Benediction of' the Most room with twin beds,
don't particularly care who's to turn over a hand td aid in the a novel wood cigarette box. Mrs. Blessed Sacrament. I
blame-they'll bear the brunt of prosperity of continental United Dave: Alston received a box of lin- Religious Instruction Class for, private bath, phone.
the mistakes that are made. States.-Florida Public Works. en towels as cut prize, and guest children Saturday morning at nine )

prizes were presented by Mrs.. here in Clewiston, and after Sunday Phone, 53
WHY CAN'T WE PRODUCE MORE OXE FOR RIPLEY Ezelle to Miss Ezelle, Miss Jean Mass in Pahokee.
SUGAR IN FLORIDA? Patterson and Mrs. ,F. D. Hessie. The Mass schedule of Pahokee is'

California's Hi Johnson said in Chicken salad, saltines and iced 10:30 every Sunday, excepting the
Only the Federal Government can the senate Wednesday htat some tea were served by the hostess to last Sunday of the month, when
answer this question. Probably if one ought to tell "Believeitornot"Bob Mrs. George T. Augur, Mrs. D. G. Mass is at eight o'clock. The pub-' HOME LAUNDRY
enough Florida people and friendsof .Ripley about the sugar quota Alston, Mrs. K. Bowden, Mrs. M. W. lic, regardless of religious belief,
Florida asked the question of ruling of our national government Bigg, Mrs. H. A. Bestor, Mrs. J. is always welcome in this church.

members of Congress!: and govern- "I believe," said the senator, "he Bruce, Mrs. F. Deane Duff, \ D'I I! Reasonable .Rates
ment officials from the President would be interested in many of the C. L. Downs, Mrs. John Elmore, FIRST< BAPTIST CHURCH 0

down, relief from the present intolerable -, inconsistencies to be found in it Miss Ava Ezelle, Mrs. B. C. Flani- Corner Ventura and Central Avenue Mrs. P. S.
situation might 'be had.| (the farm program). ken, Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs. F. D. "The Friendly Church" I Maynard -) :
When one realizes that Floridais J "Do you suppose Ripley 'would b Hessie, Mrs. E. E. Kelly, Mrs. W. Marshall Mines, pastor. )
permitted to produce less than]]startled to learn that Florida witthe eH.., Lanier, Mrs. Leslie Miller, Mrs. Hay Building 'i
one per cent of the, sugar requiredby finest soil and climate condi-hC.. E., Miner, Miss Ruth Marshall, Services every Sunday: I
the people of this great nation, tions for growing cane, is not per- Mrs. I. M. Pafford, Mrs. T. B. Sunday school 9:45 a. m., B. E.

and not even enough to satisfy the mitted to grow sufficient to make
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needs of our own people in this sugar to supply the needs of Florida .N:":":'::":":":":":":":":":":":":":":"i':"::NNNNN:..:NNNNNN/INN/INMIINNNN.INIINNIINNNNNI.:NNNNN11:N11:..:11NN1.:N:11NNNNNN.1N
State, it is time to start something. and is compelled to '''buy sugar for : N 1:N:N N:N N N N:N:N:M:N:N NN:1:N N N IN N N:1 N N:N::N:N N N:11 N..:N:..:.:N::N N N N 1N 1:N N:N::I.:.:H N 1.1:N:N::N..:N:11:1:..:N:.':N N":N:.:N:1/..,

Florida is primarily an agricul- her own consumption from Cuba, F t
tural State, but if one of our 'greatest t'Y xx
although amply able to supply her-,,
agricultural industries is to ,be self?" xx tt ff vv

muzzled in. order that countries Caustic criticism AA :!::!:
but deserved.Yes .
which are not any part of the United ? ENJOY AN
someone should tell ,Ripley A.Y ty
of America
may prosper
about it. Better, tell the president, XX ; "
through their export trade with us,' )
and Secretary Hull, who makes ; / n
then the time has arrived to calla AA ,, '" '
these reciprocal trade treaties, and AA ALLELECTRIC .
halt. Investigations of various ;
who, with Secretary Wallace, imposes A::: \ 'i.+
kinds seem to ba the order of the

day at Washington. Why can't we productive such fool restrictions of the on the XX ": \: ; / :( ; j! .XA j

have a fair and unbiased investigation power country. A AAAA A ., I.-IcI\i1:::: E: ; / ;:
Truly, as the archbishop of Can- ,. .' '
of the sugar situation? :: ? ; \ (;:.; '< < 4 ', : ; : :
We spent millions ,of dollars and terbury remarked when, on a visitto **** > : > ,_>> Z-' :i:::
: : ,_ ,. : :' HH
lost thousands of lives to free Cuba this country a few years ago \, '. AV <. 'F- .'."f_, '.. "
from Spain. That was forty years he was asked by a newsman what 8: :
ago. Must we continue to wet-nurse he thought of the federal .restriction A A

the( island republic or dictatorship, "it looks on the production of foodstuffs, :t::::t: Electricity is the modern servant; a servant t h.AAtY. .
as the case may be, to the serious as though you people (of t
economic restriction of Florida, a the United States) are throwing :;::: takes care of both the work and the pleasures of the :AXxt:::_:

States definite? part of continental United God's I ton Herald.gift into His face."-Braden-\ :::|: home and one that will do everything quickly, efficiently :::!:

.. .
For years the Philippine Islands :;:I_ and economically. :YYY::::
have fought for their independenceand *

request.finally Within Congress,a few granted years their the SALMOIDES-WHAT? :A?:: @ One penny will toast '26 crunchy slices of toast, or *I:*'Y::Y

islands will 'be on their own. They S. Former Roberts County of this Commissioner M.he :;::!: give your eyes two hours of safe reading light or operate ::::i:
asked for county,
it should Florida says
so why
and other potential sugar growin hears men talking about catching :.!.::!: your radio. for most. of a day-and-ELECTRICITY is |:;:|:;:

sections of this Union be penalized d bass weighing 10 to 15 pounds as s;!= thing that cheaper the of it that *
in their behalf? .though that is something worth :::: one gets more you use. :;:
.:..?. t 't'

several Definite years proof has over been made a period known of pound bragging bass about., though Ten, are or not fifteen large :::: That is why it is so easy to have and enjoy a home I!i:

to the Federal Government thaFlorida bass according to Mr. Roberts. If .:.... )
can produce all the sugar tthat's as big as bass grow now, I :i'+ that is all electric and modern. ::::::

required by/: this country. We, are those of forty years ago sure had x xt

urged by the Government to in it on them in point of size, Roberts ...:. :t::'i'o.

crease employment wherever possi I asserts., {.:. .:.:t:
ble to relieve the present dCln'cssion. "Why," he says, back in 1895 yv
Is it commonsense for the I was out hunting at Rock Lake, :;::: ELECTRICITY IS YOUR CHEAPEST SERV- :XA::i:

Federal Government to restrict the- in what is now Collier county and xt AtV

production of one of the most staple shot a wild turkey out of a tree ...... .
food products known in order that on the edge of the lake, the tree :!::: ANT-USE IT EXTRAVAGANTLY. 1:;::;:
those not a part of our dominionsmay leaning over the water's edge. The f'
profit to our loss? turkey fell in the water and was t XXAA
Why not restrict the productionof seized by something that drew it Mt
'' ...:.
:: J'
corn, wheat, beef and other necessities quickly under and out of sight. : .
>:X;: :::!:
or luxuries such as automobiles I was mystified and stood there be- : :

radios and the like in wildered. I was positive it was no I &XY.. AIV xiPAGE
, order that other nations may profftby alligator that got my turkey. 1 I::: : :.
; ?: I :t::::
these commodities to us' ?r had reloaded my gun, though, tot
Who owns the sugar interests it shoot the culprit if he put in an

Cuba? If( they are residents of the appearance. To my astonishment, a U Glades Power and light Co. !II!!!

United joy preference States, why over should other they citizensof en I along big black near bass the coon water's came surface swimming and :AAAA

this nation who are striving to turkey tail feathers were sticking .t. .:*..*
develop the products of our home I from its mouth. I blazed away at :/L

soil? the bass, making a dead shot. As :t: H.:.
Who has been back of I he .: ?: *
/ every turned belly-upward and I ::
movement to restrict began.:. ...:. .'.N ...............- .... ..- -... . .... ... ... .. . .N . . . . . . 1NAM' .:..:.
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Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Baker have aide, to Miss Alice Noel Tuckerman,I the Christmas tree contest had been 1 1IP

I returned from a two weeks' visit fourth daughter of Mr. and Mrs. chosen and presented, a book on

c I with Mr. Baker's parents in North Walter R. Tuckerman of Washington. -I Florida plants ,to Mrs. E. L. Stew- I

( Personals J JA. Carolina.Mr. The engagement was announced art and a tree to Mrs. H. C. Jones.

at a dinner party given by the The project committee reported 1/ Ir

I and l\lr M. M. Prewitt and bride-elect's parents at Tuxeden, that work on the beautifying of

their suburban home, the guests the highway entrances to Clewistonwas
daughters, Mauryne, Louise and
including Dr. and Mrs. Williams, beginning. A schedule of host-
i W. Johnson is moving into Anne, spent Sunday at Fort Myers .
who spent a few days in Washington esses for the'coming :year was Announced -
one of the new Shelley apartments.Ed Beach.
visiting their son and Mr. and the next meeting to beheld I l
Mrs. Grover Poole. Dr., and Mrs. in September.
Colyer returned Sunday from Mrs. G. B. Thomas and Mary Williams have gone to their home Mrs. Simpson presented Mrs. F.I I

{ s. a business trip to Jacksonville. Louise Thomas are leaving today in Dousman, ;Wisconsin, for the I M. Wright, retiring president and I II I

for a visit with relatives in Safety summer. Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw, retiring
r : J. L. Whitaker spent Sunday with Harbor.Dr. I retary, with appropriate gifts sec-I
I No date was set for the Williams-
his family in Fort Myers. ,
4i Tuckerman wedding, but it will occur appreciation of their work for "He Advertised"
J. W. Ezelle attended a meet club.
during summer.
W. H. Warren left Monday for ing of the East Coast Dental Association I Attendance was unusually small, I sJen1aae

t'a few days in Nassau on business. which was held in the I MOTTLUCEMiss due to the inclement weather. Those +

I Hollywood Beach Hotel the latter I present were Mrs. B.: E. Herring,

Tom Shelley left the first .of the: part of the week. Eleanor Luce, of Clewiston, Mrs. J. D. Balgrie, Mrs.! F. M. FOR SALE: 10 to 100 acres good

',; week for a business trip to Atlanta. Florida State Collegefor Wright, Mrs. W. C. ,Owen, Mrs. F. cane and vegetable land. One-
" I I a junior at
,. Mr. and Mrs. G. H., Brown and Women, was married Saturday D. Duff, Mrs. J. D. Bruce, Mrs. R. fourth mile from cane hoist in

% : R. L. Coker has returned from I I baby daughter, Marjorie, and Lar- morning, May 27th, at eleven o'- H. Knight, Miss Ava Ezelle, Mrs. 'Section 13, Township 44, Range
.y New York, where he spent his va- W. F. Simpson and 35. Terms can be arranged. S.
Mrs. 'Ezelle.
1 I ry Royal are leaving Sunday fora clock at the Ruge Hall, Episcopal
, cation. B. McDowell, Pahokee, Fla. 4tj16 j
vacation trip to Indiana. They Chapter, to Mr. Ralph Mott, of San LADIES AID HOLDS COVERED

will visit Mrs. Brown's relatives Francisco. Rev. Jeffery Alfriend,
Mrs. A. P. Wynn, Mrs. H. while .
away.Returning Tallahassee
recrod of the Episcopal
r' ,; Land and R. E. Waldron were Sun- FOR RENT.-Furnished garage
day visitors in Arcadia. church, performed the ceremony in June meeting or the Ladies apartment, also one furnishedroom.

from the the presence of about forty immediate Aid Society was held yesterday atj, Phone No. 76. F. L. Williamson -

Florida for the summer at their I friends. The bride was given in the Community Church and took tf
Mr. and Mrs. Max Meluh returned -
&y**> homes were a group of Clewiston marriage by her father, B. P. Luce. the form of a covered dish lunch-I _
Wednesday from a vacation trip
boys including'' Bob Patterson, Jim I The couple was unattended.For eon as is the annual custom. The
in the North.
I Beardsley, Ed Clark and Coburn the ceremony the bride worea month of June marks the birthdayof J. M. COUSECounselor

%;, Mrs. H. R. Hall left Thursday to Moore.' George Bestor returned over blue afternoon dress with corsage the Society, which has been in

I the week-end from Atlanta, where of white gardenias and liliesof existence twelve years.A .
in Law
spend the summer with relatives and Attorney at
she is a1' student at Georgia Tech. the valley. delicious meal was served at
; Henderson, Kentucky.A. !
I The couple left by motor imme- one o'clock, and was followed by a Hopkins Building
Mr. and Mrs. George Sparks are brief meeting ,at which Mrs. W. H.
Wl Dodge has returned from diately after an informal receptionfor
leaving for Jacksonville to make Lanier presided in the absence of Wednesdays and Saturdays
Savannah, where he vas called by/ San Francisco, where they will
r their home, Mr. Sparks, who has 10. the president, Mrs. H. R. Hall. Devotional 4:00
; the critical illness of his mother.M. be at home about June 9:30 to '
!been transferred to that territory reading was led Jby Mrs.I. .
{ The bride, who formerly attended
by his employers, left' the first to D. Leydig, and reports of officers
J. HIrsch left Friday for a Boston University, is'a member of
assume his new .duties, and Mrs. and committees were heard. There
: visit with friends and relatives in Sigma De10. Pi, honorary Spanish i
., Sparks will join him after the fif will be no July meeting, and the iI I
Lake City, his former home. society and International Relations
teenth. August meeting will .be held at I
Club. She is the elder daughter of FRYERS FOR SALE
the home of Mrs. J. E. Beardsley.
Mr. ,and Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw I Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Luce, who were
Miss Betty Spicer returned Tuesday Those attending the luncheon
Z;'_, spent a few days in Fort Myers the in Tallahassee for the wedding.The .
; from Tallahassee, where she meeting yesterday were Mrs. W. H.
latter part of the week. Geo. Messer
4 I wsa graduated from the Florida bridegroom, son of Com- Lanier, Mrs. F. D. Duff, Mrs. J. W.

State College for Women with a mander and Mrs. G. E. Mott, is a Ezelle, Mrs. G. H. Bellamy, Mrs.
Mrs. J. W'. Ezelle, Miss Ava
' : 1 Bachelor of Arts degree. Miss free-lance writer. He attended New Young, Mrs. E. C. Mills, Mrs. O. A.
? Ezelle and Emma Jane Ezelle spent 1 Countv Line
'r I Spicer majored in journalism. Mrs. Hampshire University where he was Jones, Mrs. H. C. Jones, Mrs. J. J. I
Friday in Fort Myers.
/ Leah Spicer, who spent the weekend graduated with a Bachelor of Arts Graham, Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mrs. J. Hooker's Point Roads

! 1 in Tallahassee visiting friends degree.. E. Beardsley, Mrs. W. WI.( Perry,
i Mr. and 11rsH. C. Kolstad and
, t 'and! attending the commencement The wedding was ,the fourth to Mrs. R. H. Knight, Mrs. I., 'M. Paf-

Kim West Kolstad Palm are Beach.L. spending. todayin exercises, returned with her 'daugh, be performed in the chapel at the ford, Mrs. W. F. Simpson, Mrs. i

r ter. Episcopal student center.BETZWRITTEN. Pete McIntyre, Mrs. I. D. Leydig,
Mrs. Martha Ludekins, Miss Jean
L. O. Gravely and son, Billy, of
Mr. and Mis. E. E. Kelly are Patterson, Mrs. Wallace Arey and
LaBelle, were Clewiston visitors '
leaving today on an extensive trip Mrs. Keathley Bowden. I
Sunday. ,
which will take them to the San Mr. and Mrs. 'Lonson Monson

Francisco World's Fair, the New Whitten MR. AND, MRS. SPARKS HONOREDAT
; Mr. and Mrs. George Kingsley of
York World's Fair, and many interesting announce the marriage of their FAREWELL PARTY
Canal Point spent Sunday in Clew- j
j points en route. They daughterMae
t iston. A farewell party for :Mr. a'ud Mrs.
plan stop-overs in ,New Orleans, Harrell

, ', I El Paso, a day in Mexico, a few to Mr. John Francis Betz G. W., Sparks, who are leaving
,, Mr. and Mrs. Judson Francis of to make their home
shortly in
N i r1p Canal Point visited relatives here. I days in the ,Grand Canyon, visits in on Sunday, the twenty-first of May Jacksonville, held Saturday 0
the week-end. JLos I Angeles, Salt Lake City, Port- Sarasota,, Florida. was
over. land, Niagara Falls, and Washington. I The above announcement will bea night at the former Executive

\ They will visit Mr. in Clewiston, House. The following persons at
Billy Prewitt is leaving this week Kelly's par- : pleasant surprise tended.
ents in Kansas City and the Caterpillar where Mrs. Betz has taught in the
for a'visit with his
grandparentsin Miss Ava Ezelle, Miss Evelyn
factory in Peoria en route high school for the past ,two years.

Cuba. I home. The trip is Mr. and Mrs.Kelly's Mr. Betz is in business in Sarasotaand I Hare, Miss Beatrice Jacobs Miss Consider 1 i
Hazel Prince, Mr. and Mrs. M. M.
:; honeymoon. the young couple will reside
Sherwood Hall left Saturday for I Prewitt, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Miner,' th AngUs

E.; : Henderson, Kentucky, to spend the I TUCKERMANWILLIAMSThe there. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Johnson, Mr.: s

MY.summer with his father and L other and Mrs. G. H. Small, Mr. and I I
relatives. own ts
I :Mis. R. Y./Patterson'Dr. and Mrs. Owning your
many Clewiston friends ofDr. AT GARDEN CLUB MEETINGMrs. / because save trielandlord's
I i J. W. Ezelle, Mr. and Mrs. S."r.. economy you
"Y... .
and Mrs. D. J. Williams formerly
I profit. Any family needing
and Mrs. E. J. Bowyer of i *
Mr. Mrs. H. R. Hall,
Myers, and
*x ;; Greenville, S. C., and Mr. and Mrs.G. .[ of the Clewiston CommunityChurch W. F. Simpson, new presi- Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Jones, :Mr. a home will do well: to look at :

hAi M. Phillips of Moore Haven were will be interested to learnof dent of the Clewiston Garden Club, our selection of homes and buy I :
and Mrs.T. B. Shelley, Mr.
lay here Sunday afternoon.Dr. the announcement of the engagement and Mrs. J. ,\1. Ezelle, secretary, before real estate values increase j
I T. Mr. and Mrs.J. .
Mrs. G. Augur,
*: of their son, Captain took charge of the meeting which further. We will gladly help you 1 ,
F. Curry, Mr. and Mrs. A. P.
and Mrs. D. M. Draughn, Robert H. Williams, aide-de-camp to was held Thursday afternoon at McCracken attain debt-free ownership of your
Mr. and Mrs. Wm.
Beery, -
f.J. Misses Elizabeth and Mary Anne Major General Commandant of the Mrs. Ezelle's home.It home. thru payments lie rent.
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Larsen, Mr.
I' Draughn of Moore Haven Marine Corps, and a White House was reported that prizes in
and Mrs. H. C. Kolstad, Mr. and

Clewiston visitors Sunday. Mrs. E. E. Kelly, Mr. and Mrs. J. Clewiston Federal i

i'" I.0-: D. Bruce, jr., Emmett Shelley,
Miss 'Virginia Gallant of West ;,' .;.. Charlie Lovvorn, Ralph Brown, Savings and'LoanAssociatio.n'

; Palm Beach spent the week-end 1 Jimmie Wynne, Sidney Crochet,
r; here visiting her sister, Mrs. W. M.
Jay W. Moran, Parker Wilson, Fred

McCracken. I I. Hill and E. O. Ward. .

,,1 Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Pafford, Anne l Beginning Sunday -

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_- night' from a ten days stay at .f .
f" Fort Mjers Beach. ;

., :Mrs. A. A. Munroe returned to ;! ; .l i r : ; ?j j Clewiston Milk .i
; ; ;
: '$ '
Madison Friday after a two week's .. ";YJ' II'--, t" .,, J June 4 .( ; :, I" .:.
visit with her daughter, Mrs. Camp- <' :r. f'd .. + ;,: ,

bell E. Nail and Mr. Nail. : i ; =i: '., ) ::


Haven Mrs. and Ward Mrs.Roberts Walter, Jenkins of Moore of f. f..f' I r.: ;.;, ,- Company ",,;; :.

'; Fort Myers Beach visited their sis- .', "",:!,J,,._ : .. \ .c:,. .. ''- t

ter, Mrs. Roy 'Alston, Saturday. ,.'t ',.
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couple of days in Clewiston this f.. A Products *
:!: .I ;- :: Everything In Grade Dairy .
week visiting his son, Z. G. Mere- ::: :: ... f-

dith, and :
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Frank Hessie of Jacksonville is I i PASTRIES EGGS = POULTRY J.

visiting his sister Mis. G. T. Augur x \ ff _;

+, and his mother, Mrs. F. D. 1. :::

?,, Hessie.Mr. -

j:i: Th Seminole fi

and for their Mrs: vacation C. W. Post, which left they Saturday .:. :i: This Milk Plant Is For Your Convenience t X::;:

arc spending in Kentucky and Ten- i x

_, n ssee. -.' f.. :: We Run A Retail Route In. _Time For :i:

Ed and Margaret VonMach are :: Will Alternate in Remaining Open All '

-'r, leaving this week to spend the sum- ; :!: Your Breakfast. :;:

mer with relatives in Detroit. They X ,

r are'i making the trip by bus. ., Day Sunday. One Store Will Be Open :_:

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..itifl for Atlanta to visit relatives: :;: All Day,-The Other Closed All Day. :: :y:: >. :

[ \ for several days. Mr. Small will : :|:: Hopkins Bldg. Phone 105 Opp. P. O. :
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To catch the other



CHAPTER XContinued10 lips. Jerome, wrapped in his own and in her eagerness to get into I are you doing at home? 1 thought"

thoughts, saw nothing1 amiss in her the foyer, she did not see the man I' Umberto jumped to his feet. "Mrs. 60-.:
"I shan't have lunch with Mr. long silence; that cynical twist to who was leaving it. He caught her Ormsby," he exclaimed, his dark 11,:

Buchanan and talk things over," her lips. "Darling," he was say- arm in an attempt to prevent a collision eyes flashing, "congratulate me! I

Mary thought bitterly as she slowly ing, and now he had pushed aside ; then, as they both came to am the happiest, man on earth! My

sipped the water. "There's no use his untouched food, and lighted a an abrupt standstill, she looked up. lovely lady has promised to marryme WNU Service.INSECTICIDES.
in that. There's nothing to talk cigarette. "I want to take care of : "Why, Umberto!" she exclaimed."I !"

over! I've tried for years to be an you always-give you the rare jew- didn't see you!" A look of consternation flashed

author, and I've failed. My writing els that only you'are suited to wear; "That is quite evident, little across Lelia's face. "Why, what do
one story that was worthy of acceptance the exquisite clothes you should Mary!" he replied with a smile. "I you mean?"

was evidently just an ac- have to accentuate your beauty. had just dropped in to call on you, "But just that!" Balianci returned I

cident. There's only one thing left We'll travel everywhere, Mary-see and but now was leaving with a with a grandiose wave ol

to do now, and no matter how repugnant everything everything there is heavy heart." his hand. "You will felicitate us,
and cheap and .vile, I'll to be done! I'll always be proud of "Mush! Mush! Mush!" thought yes?"

simply have to do it. I'll marry you. So very proud of you!I" Mary. "Why can't other men talkas Lelia moved towards the lounge

Jerome Taylor. Perhaps Aunt Lin- Still unable to. bring any words to sanely as Phillip Buchanan?" where Mary sat, her gaze riveted on 1

nie was right all along! At least, her lips, she sat there; now lifting "You are back early, my beautiful her coffee cup. "Mary," she demanded '
it's the only way out-to save my her goblet of water to her mouth; !" Balianci continued, his hand "is this true? You're not !
sipping water now' plac- still on her arm. "Is, something BE OF
family. now some ; really going to marry Count Bali RID ROACHESHarris
She had an engagement for din- ing the goblet back, on the table. wrong? anci, are you?" Famous Roach Tablets break up !
"No Umberto I wanted-to- nesting places. Clean odorless safe to I
ner and the theater with Jerome i Jerry, unmindful of the people Mary could not look up, nor could use anywhere. Thousands of satisfied customers I
Taylor that evening. He would about them, reached across the table 'I come home. she speak for a moment. "Idon'f"Idon't Representatives wanted, or ask
your store to write P. F. IIARRIS MFG.,
"But then I with
"make love" to her sometime dur- and placed his hand over hers. may go up 407 W. Lombard. Baltimore. Bid.
ing the evening. He always did. He "Darling, why'not go down to ,Palm I you, and stay a while?"

would tell her how beautiful she Beach with me tomorrow? Myyacht's Mary"frowned. "No, Umberto. No, AGENTSAgents

was, and how he never tired look- down ,there, you know. ., no, no. Then, seeing the shadow
that crossed his handsome dark Jobbers! Make big
would ask her Wagon money "
ing at her; and he and selling guaranteed first quality men's hose 1
face she said "Oh all Comeon
if she didn't care for him "just lit- Mary glanced sharply across at right and anklets! Beautiful Spring-Summer
for a few moments. We'll listento patterns! Write Uussey Co., Atlanta Ga.
tle bit;" She had always evaded this him. "Tomorrow? But, Jerry, how the' radio."

question, or else answered, "Why, in the world could we get marriedin
Addie the door in
opened answerto
of course, Jerry, you know I like such a short time?"
Mary's ring. Miss Ma- 47/
you very much," in a manner so The man hastily relinquished her Uncle PhUS'zy5
ry! she exclaimed. "I' just told
definitely platonic that it forthwith hand, and leaned back in his chair.
this gentleman out for
brought the topic to a close. The warm glow that had filled his the evening!" you were
She dressed with unusual care, "My I
narrow gray disappeared.
eyes "
"I Addie .
changed my plans, :
she had for that first .
wearing, as dear, he purred, "you seem to
Mary returned and, slipping Lelia'swrap '"
dinner Jerome's her "
at penthouse, have misunderstood me.
from her shoulders handed it ,
frock of silver and white; pinning, Mary stared at him with in- r J
to the woman. "Addie, I wonder ifyou'll It Seldom HappensThe
as she had also done on that night, credulous "You weren't asking -
eyes. make
black coffee. I
his superb orchids high on her left me to marry you?" have headache.us some" best news a pessimist can .I
shoulder. And again, as on the eve- a hear is the coming true of one of
Jerome Taylor laughed. "What a "Yes ma'am !" Addie
honey re I
ning of their first dinner together, his predictions.When .
provincial little thing are! Why, 1
you plied. "I'll have some for you in
she Lelia's ermine Cast- feel and
wore wrap. you sour cross,
everybody knows I'm not the mar- just a few minutes."
ing one last glance at herself in the look at yourself in the mirror.
rying sort. But, my dear, there are Then, as Addle disappeared into
mirror before going to the livin"groom That ought to be a cure.
so many things I can do _for the kitchen, Balianci came towardsher.
to greet him, she smiled with Dictatorship may do somethingfor
you. "Darling he murmured in
bitter "Yes she told the
approval. democracy yet-through
Mary felt for the cape which lay the honeyed tones that
herself with acerbity, "I look just reaction that results from them.
the back of her chair and
across loathed, "something has gone wrong
what I am-a glorified gold-digger-
with trembling fingers, pulled it with you! Something has hurt you! Distinctive DifferenceGreat
orchids, ermine cape: and all!
over her shoulders. "You conceited I. can see it written on your lovely
Jerome rose hastily from a chairas old fool! I hate you! I've always face. Tell Umberto, my sweet." minds run in the same
know, Umberto. Let'snot channel. But channel is not a
she entered the room. "Mary! a
hated you!. I never want to see you Mary glanced into his somber "
up talk about it tonight.
he exclaimed at sight of her. "My rut. :
again! And grabbing her gloves that were filled with
dear, you're more beautiful tonight and bag from the table, she rose compassion eyes-eyes and pity. "It's noth- -know-Lelia: ," she finally repliedin Always behave so discreetly )
than I've ever seen you!" And, lift from her chair. a remote voice. "Maybe I shall." that you will not regret putting ?+
ing, she began in a voice that was t
ing her hand to his lips, he kissedit. As unperturbed as if she had told husky with emotion. The ugly shockof Lelia continued to regard the girl] your name in your hat. I
with eyes that were cold with un Even if a man isn't well up in
him she'd just remembered a tele- Jerome Taylor's words had left
She did not withdraw- it immedi phone call she had to make, Taylorrose her at last, but in its place there belief. "Well" ," she said at last, and the social scale, he dislikes being

ately, although the touch of his too, his sleek gray' head in- burned a blind rage against the her voice was crisp, "I wish you cut by his barber.A .
lips on her hand made her cringe. in little bow. "Don'tmake both happiness. Perhaps Linnie
clining a suave man, and a fear for all things' to Prime RequisiteTo
She must not be aloof she here- Cotswell will be satisfied She's
as dear he saidin now.
a scene, my come. "It's nothing, she repeated.And .
tofore had been with this man. She a low voice, his lips fixed in a then, bursting into wild, uncontrollable down in the lobby talking to the influence people for good you j

must pretend that she liked him. sobs, she cried, "Oh, manager of the building. She'll be must believe in them.

She must bring on a proposal to I iV.IT"Arn. I Umberto, it's everything! It's every- up here in a minute and you can We think American good sense

night-tonight. thing! Yes, something has hurt me break the joyous news to her. We will bring the country through;
He evidently' noticed the changein terribly!" were planning to go on to Club Tor- but can we be sure it is inexhaust-
her, for they were hardly settledin .o And, quite without knowing howit quay to join the Bascoms for a bit ble?

his car before he again soughther happened, she found herself in his of roulette. No doubt, she'll wantto

hand and held it. She did not arms, his lips softly pressing her make a party of it in celebra-

attempt to draw it away, althoughshe cheek, her head against his shoul- tion of this-ah-happy event." [ c3d
felt as if it were imprisonedin der. "But that is wonderful!" cried

the claw of a large eagle. i "Darling! Darling!" he was say- Umberto. "I shall buy champagne, QUICK Cr

"This is part of the business of ing softly. "Cara'mia, I love you!" and everybody will drink a toast to

getting engaged," she scathingly in- 1/ And, for the moment, she felt safe, my bride-to-be!I" I a ,
\ ..
formed herself. "I'll have to grin supremely secure in his arms. "Tell Mary finally glanced up at Lelia. Sentinel; F iura&

and bear it. It's-it's all in the Umberto all about it, my sweet." "You-you will come, Lelia?" PRIVATE PROPERTY

day's work!I" She shook her head. "No! No! A pregnant silence followed-a silence -

"You're different tonight, dar- it No! I can never tell anyone!" in which Lelia snapped opena
ling," Jerome was saying in that Taking a handkerchief from his cigarette box that lay on the table "W HEN a man leans up against
the forks of his own apple tree,
purring, tender voice she hated. //i) pocket, he dried the tears on her beside the lounge, removed a ciga- no one can talk communism to him"-
"And, my dear, I've never seen you face. "You've been crushed by rette and lighted it. "Yes," she U. S. Senator Josh Lee.OLD .
quite so beautiful. That coronet and I could "
something, my darling, finally said, "I'll go along.
braid around your lovely little head kill the beast who hurt you. Oh,

makes you look like a queen! You _______ Mary, my dear, I love you! I wantto CHAPTER XI
do like me, don't you, dear? Some- i take, care of you. I want you to fOLKS

how, tonight, I feel be mine always, so that no one can Aunt Linnie arrived on the scenea Relief for
Here Is Amazing
But Lorgan, the chauffeur was ever hurt you again. Darling, will ,few minutes later. "Don't say Conditions Due to Sluggish Bowels
pulling up at the curb in front of you marry me?" anything!I" Mary admonished Bali- J1 oal It you think nIl laxatives try thJ3
ijaex act a116Ju
the Waldorf, and the uniformed M 1 "Oh,. no, Umberto, I can't marry anci and Lelia. "Please. Please!" ,,'<."' '''CI.-Z7'Jj all vegetable laxatlvo.1.I.DI .
S(> mild thorough re-
doorman was opening the door of you! I don't want to marry any- And her voice was so importunatethat freshing. Invigorating. Dependablo relief from
the car. body!" And then, with a badgering they both nodded their acqui- sick associated headaches with eonstlpatlon.bilious spells, tired feeling when

Thankful that the drive was at persistence, the thought, "But, I escence.If Without Risk ,,_.t. box tie from your then

an end, Mary withdrew her hand "My dear, you're more beautiful must marry somebody. I must do Aunt Linnie felt any surpriseat If refund not delighted the purchase return the box to us. We will

from Jerome's clasp, and slippedon tonight than I've ever seen something!" again flooded her mind. seeing Mary sitting in the living price. That'a fair. XTiTfi/ilt ?lfrt arr-
a long white glove. "That's over you!" "Ah darling," Umberto replied, room with Balianci when she had Get Mt Tablets today. | MP

-for a while," she told herself, an touching his lips lightly to her eyes, supposed her to be at the theater ALWAYS CARRY QUICK RELIEFINDIGESTION \

imperceptible shudder going over smile. "Remember, we're in a pub- "you say that tonight because you with Jerome Taylor, her face did not [ArIK! ANDY' FOR ACID

her body.It lic place. Besides, you're not exactly are upset by this dreadful some- betray her. "How nice to find you l ral'.I

was not' over for long, how- suited to melodrama, you thing; but tomorrow, tomorrow, it and Balianci'here," she exclaimed.
ever. Jerome Taylor, warmed by know." will be different! Ah, feratasa, say I "Lelia and I are going to the Club

her apparent encouragement, wait- Mary flashed him an enragedlook you will consider it! Say I may leave Torquay to meet the Bascoms and Talk of a Great ManA

ed only until after their entree had ; then, with steps which she you tonight with my heart warmed play a bit of roulette. Will you, great thing is a great book;

been served to begin again. His tried desperately to keep steady, with the hope you will marry me join us?". but a greater thing than all is the

eyes, no longer quizzical, held a made her way blindly through the soon." "Thanks so much," Balianci re talk of a great man.-Lord
new glow of sanguinity; his voice tables, and out of the room to the Mary withdrew from his embrace, plied. "We'd love it." Beaconsfield.
had lowered to a new note of fervor. lobby. moving towards the fireplace, her I "I'll change in a jiffy," Lelia was

"Mary," he began as soon as the Eventually, she reached the door, cold hand against her throbbing saying,. as if'from a great distance.
waiter had left their table, "I be- and, in a voice that was still throaty' forehead. "I-don't know, Umberto. "Will you excuse me for five min- HANDY VcnuzlUe* JARS
lieve you're beginning to like me with anger, asked the doorman to Let's not talk about it tonight. utes?" 5t

just a bit after all this time. How call for a taxi. She wondered if Maybe ." Lelia appeared in but a moment, AND

about it, dear? You know I've been she had enough money in her bagto Balianci followed her. "Maybe?" looking slender and lovely in a frockof SNOW-WHITE PETROLEUM JELLY

simply mad about you ever since pay for the cab, but she was so he repeated softly. "Maybe! Oh, flame-colored chiffon, and carry-

the first day I saw you." dizzy with anger, she could not even cara mia, that means you will makeme ing over one arm her ermine wrap,
"Have you really?" Mary coun bring herself to look. the happiest man on earth!" and 'a black velvet coat with a Lost for Credit
tered. And then, desperately forc- She,was whirling up the Avenue- He attempted to take her in his white fox collar. He who hath lost his credit is

ing herself, "I'm-I'm glad, Jerry." away from Jerome Taylor--closer, arms again, but she pulled away, (TO BE CONTINUED) dead to the world.
The man placed his fork on the closer to Aunt Linnie's apartmentand grateful to hear Addie approachingfrom

side of his _dinner plate. "Darling, the safety and security whichit the kitchen. Diamonds Render Good Service "
how can you ask? You certainly betokened. Now, the cab was She had hardly finished pouringthe Diamonds are not alone used to Malaria Chills *Fever

have known it all along. You're pulling up before Aunt Linnie's coffee when a key could be sparkle on and enhance milady's T U rolitkle! Oxidm Stops cMIj! end
the sweetest and the loveliest and I apartment house. Mary glanced at heard turning in the latch of the en- beauty. Industry values the dia- fever cleans blood of malaria.Famous OXIDPIE
the most beautiful thing I've ever the meter; then emptied her purse trance door. An instant later, Le- mond for another reason-it is for 50 years.Money-back guarantee.
seen. And, Mary, I want you al into the driver's hand. lia Ormsby came into the room. Her among the hardest substances ? :
ways." She stepped to the curb, and ran eyes widened when she saw Mary known and is used to drill and grind LI3EW Yf

Eventually, she raised her eyes to across the canopied walk to the en- sitting there with Count Balianci. metals that cannot be worked with ". .-
the man. and forced a smile to her trance door. Her head was down, "Why, Mary!" she began. "What less valuable materials. ;


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noticed WONT B AB ti Burning the midnight oil
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111, net 89, no points. J. B. ] ida, LaBelle, Florida, and marked: Florida.
Clewiston Divides DoubleHeader Jones'l Bids for the construction of school ATTEST: :
I Belle Glade, gross 60-55- building. I
93, points 2 1-2; Ed The Board reserves the right to S. A. GRAVES.
reject any and all bids. Superintendent of Pub: I
With Lake Worth Clewiston, gross 58-53 VOUMaCh\\ ,
(SEAL} :MRS. HOMER TAYLOR lic Instruction, Hendry. ,
85, points 1-2. Chairman. Board of Public I County, Florida. a i iI
The Association meets next Sun- Instruction, Hendry County,I May 5, 12, 19, 26, June '2. .;-

WLV OPEXIXG GAME 0-7-LOSE EL.VIX YOUNG DISCHARGED day at the Lake Okeechobee Golf t
---------- ---------- ---- - ------------------------ -------------------
0-0 IX FINAL FROM HOSPITAL TUESDAY Club for its second meet of the t
GAME season. Play will be Match Nassauin '
,, ,
Elvin Young, nine-year old son threesomes with prizes awarded Il llll

The Clewiston baseball team defeated of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Waldron: !for Low Gross score, Low Net score, I IRFa \\taM

Lake Worth 9-7 in the first was discharged Tuesday from the and to the winner and runnerupin -

game of a double-header on the Clewiston Hospital where he has II each group 'scoring the most FCr "

local diamond last.Sunda. after- been confined for more than three "skins";: over the 18 hole route, > :

noon only to_ allow the Lake Worth weeks while recovering from an op- making a total of eight prizes for ,; IIIUf

team to come back in the nightcapand eration in which a ruptured. appendix the day.LOCK .
shut 'them out 6-0. The, first removed.
game was nine Innings and the The youth was in serious condi- WORK MAY TAKE TWO I(5'1 \

second was called at seven by. agree-, tion when the ruptured appendix ADDITIONAL MORE. DAYS I Ir r,

ment.< I was discovered and a period of I ,t..

The first game was a nip and thirty-six hours was allowed before Probability that the repair and ,. i 1 ( C1 1 l I l ,.

tuck battle with Clewiston taking the operation to reduce the area reconditioning of the Moore Haven

an early'' two run' lead which was of infection* The operation was most locks, now underway, would re

dissolved by a four-run Lake Worth successful and ,he has almost en- quire more time .than was first Pt24fC' Into oblivionWith i

rally in the fourth inning. The local tirely recovered from the effects. thought was expressed this week

nine tied the count in their by officials of the U. S. Engineer
Our Direct-Reduction Home
half of the fourth and took a lead Mrs. A. W. Lawrence was dis-I Department who believe now that

in the fifth which was never overcome charged from the Clewiston Hos- the work will be completed about ', : ::::\ Loan Plan, each monthly payment

by the visitors. Features of pital after undergoing an appendec- June 6 instead of June 4 as first. : ,. \ of the loan. That :
: cancels
this game were a double by Beards- tomy more than ten days before. estimated. ON\., OM,. .1: a portion :
ley, a triple by Ward and home- The condition of the locks has .? ..ACfw VNCf o\"" H qua v Part: |is gOne. you pay no intereston
runs by Hooks and Beezmeker. ::::t.''.. l'\\\.'( i
been found much worse than was \ o itand are that much nearoucs10 '
you I
Carlton started on the mound for EVERGLADES GOLFASS'N believed possible, paint having given :

the local team but was replaced by away below the waterline allow- er debt-free home ownership. Ask i
Avant in the fourth. Herps was ing rust to form in many unexpected < \iRE'(>(1\0." ) and shall receive further good i
the Lake Worth starting hurler who ACTIVITIES P\ .
All this rust must be
gave way to Beezmeker in the fifth. N. ._- news about our home loan plan.Clewiston .
removed by sand blasts before new I
Beezmeker came near winninghis paint is applied. II Ii I
own game in the ninth whena STARTED SUNDAY
In the hurricane gates which i
home run brought in two runs
have been de-watered and recon-
ahead of him. This homer and a Federal ,
ditioned below the waterline very Savings
double in the ninth were the only The playing season of the Ever- .
I little rust was found on the steel
hits allowed by Avant.In )'
glades Golf Association, got off Loa
work and the length of time required -
the second game the Clewiston flying start last Sunday at the for the work on the lock and Loan Association

infield went to pieces'! in the first, Clewiston Golf Club with Pahokee ,
,was based on the length of time
inning to permit the Lake Worth grabbing the lead in the fourmonth's
I required for these smaller struc .. .
team to score their entire allot- .
scramble for league honors -
tures. However a different type of
ment of six runs in that inning. by scoring 11 points out of a I paint was used on the steelworkof

Three singles off the offerings of. possible 27 for the day. Belle Glade, the locks which failed to standup. :": :":": :": : : :": : ). : : : : : :" ":":": : :": :..: : : : : : : : :"::: :+:-: :'.
Carlton, a free pass and a flock of I finished second with 9 1-2 points A new type of paint is being
errors contributed to the Lake .. .
and Clewiston took over the cellar I
used this time which is said to be .s. '" I .f
Worth scoring. They failed to score position with 6 1-2 points. the best available type for under- A, I y
during any of the remaining inn- A Y
The scoring was 3 point Nassau, water work.Seventyfive. A I Y
ings while their hurler, Beezmeker,
and Pahokee gained their initial ad- men are employed, A I x
was holding ,the locals to five hits.
vantage when J. S. Harrington scor- twenty-five to the shift, in this t
In the first game for Clewistonthe ed a 3 point slam in his match reconditioning work which is being CLEWISTON
line-up was as follows: Roberts, 60LF
with Luther Jones of Belle Glade, rushed with all possible speed to I 'I "
cf; Bell, rf; Moore, If; Hooks, c; :j:
being closely followed in this re- prevent closing the cross-state can- '
Beardsley, Ib; Bryant, "ss; Ward,
spect by G. L. Sims, H. L. Lapp, al any longer than absolutely neces:
2b; Hare, 3b; Carlton and Avant,
and Henry Kilpatrick who all add- sary. Despite every precaution be-
p. In the second game as follows: COURSE I
ed 2 1-2 points each to put their ing taken and the fact well ad- i
Roberts, Bell, Moore, Hooks, Beards- '
club at the head of the league column vertised that the work was under- 1i
ley, Bryant Ward, Hare and Carl-
for at' least one week. way: four boats were tied up on
ton. Carlton replaced Hare in the .s.
the lake side of the locks Tues ,, ", : .:
Prizes for low I .
fifth and Hawkins replaced Bell were given gross ,t. .,'" ,, -, '. '4i :,'. ..,0/, '... :
cruiser ?
these <
day. One of light
a .
'I(score, low net and to the !" ; I
in the seventh. score, .;. :" : ; :::
was loaded onto a truck, hauled
player in each group winning his y '
For Lake Worth: First Game: '

Gray, ss; Grammett, 3b; Orvis, If; match by the greatest margin. Tom across the levee and placed in the

Shelley of Clewiston, and Lou Betz- canal below the locks to continue ; ::
Otto, 2b; McClelland, cf; Fleming, x=
on its way to its home port :ri '
1b; J. Hooks, c; Herps' and Beez- ner and Larry Nash of Belle Glade

meker, p. Second game: Gray, ss; tied for low gross with 80's. Shelley Punta Gorda., :

Booth, If; Walsh, rf; Otto, 2b; Or- and Betzner both scored 413980 -

vin, Ib; McClelland, cf; Dermott, while Nash put together a Road 26 Work Is- I i 1 Open to the Public ] i iy

3b; Hooks, 2b; Beezmeker, p. pair of 40's. Low net ,for the day

was won by Henry Kilpatrick. withan
BIRTHSA 48-20-68, four under par. (Continued From Page 1)

Young Kilpatrick's handicap f rthe' culverts. on this section, one of --

which has been completed. The i
day was a tentative and
baby son, born to Mr. and one < AY
Mrs. Fletcher Burkett of Lake he showed ,himself to be definitely others are under construction buta A

Harbor at their home on May 30, of' 1st group calibre. ;J. S. Harrington curing period of several weeksis '.. ..?:..

is being given special treatment this j won group honors for Pahokeeby allowed before the grade is fin-,, I 1 Y
week at the Clewiston Hospital.A winning over his opponent 6 up; ished over it. Y Ay

W. C. Owen won for Clewiston by This is the last of the grading I A

baby son was born to Mr. and winning his match 1 up; and Larry work on this contract between the : Moderate Greed. Fees :*_:.

Mrs. W. G. Bowen of South Bay' Nash headed the Belle Glade bri- lake'and Twenty-Mile Bend where '

at the Clewiston Hospital on May gade with a 5 up victory. Nash the road forks east to Fort Laud- ::_!:: Exceptional Fairways :

21. The baby weighed seven anda substituted for S. J. Simmons, who erdale and southeast to Miami. The y

half' pounds and both the mother plays in the second handicap group, I Auchter Construction Company is ,:: Interesting Greens t
now working on the link betweenthe
and and strokes with Bill
baby are doing nicely exchanged '.. .
Owen, jr., of Clewiston in their Bend and Hialeah which, when

SCOUT CAMP TO. match. Nash playing under a 7 completed, will complete the flew I'II' .***..-........................................-................................,.............................................. ..............................'
OPEN JUNE 5TH and Owen under a 13. highway.The .
grade is composed of almost
The most interesting match of
solid rock and all muck and soft '
Final plans for, the Boy Scout Lhe day was probably the Tom Shel-

summer camp are being'made for ley-Lou Betzner affair. Both won material was excavated ahead of ..o1J@IIIIIIIIIIIIII; Ihl1illl11.il! ltJliIi 11111111111111. llllil lllllll IIIIIIIIlllil! l;:>lllllillllllll rtiilI1! ,
the grade so that no great time -- ----- n- -- -
its opening June 5th, and on, that 1-2 points for their team and .'. t
date Scouts will into will have to be allowed for the I ,A A
pour camp played exactly the same
score. : '..
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for a week or more of Sc6ut train-: Results: Tom Shelley, Clewiston, i grade settling. It is estimated that
ing and activities.The the surfacing of the entire'grade :!: THE TELEPHONE :!:
gross 41-39-80, net 74, points ,
be completed in six months or
Scout camp is located on I 1 1-2 ; Lou' Betzner, Belle Glade, y y

high bluffs of the :Manatee: River gross 41-39-80, net 73, points less. I ::: THE OPEN DOOR :::

and consists of 140 acres owned by 1 19.- -. -ArthurWollo.. .. """ Belle Glade .
1- .. ..
the Council. The site is covered ; gross 47-46-93, net 85, points 3; .::. .::.
with one of the finest stands of for- :Jack Barrett, Pahokee, gross 495099 :: ..

est in Southwest Florida'', and Scout ,- net 91, no points. E. G,. Kil- In compliance with the law govern- .t.y -.-.- _yy '

naturalists have identified 65 spe-'patrick, Pahokee, 46-47-93, net 81, ing: the preparation of the annual yy

cies of trees and shrubs on the camp points 12V.. C. Owen, Clewiston, assessment DRAINAGE roll DISTRICT of the EVERGLADES taxes, noticeis :: Can afford to close the door in *y

proper. Due to high bluffs and well gross 45-46-91" net 79, points hereby given that said' asessmentroll ; you

drained area the camp is particu- 2 1-2. H. L. ''Lapp, Pahokee, gross of has the been Board completed of Commissioners and a meeting of- :?: the face of your friends for a consid- :;: '

larly free of mosquitoes. The river 48-49-97, net 77, points 2 1-2 Everglades Drainage District will be
I ;
is narrow and cool at this point W. C. Prewltt, Clewiston, gross 49- County held at Court the office House of, the Miami District, Florida 300, ::: eration of less than 1 IOc per day? :_::

and affords ideal swimming and 51-100, net 86, points 1-2.'' Henry at 11 o'clock A. M. June 22nd, 1939, y yi

boating waters, and will be super- Kilpatrick, Pahokee, gross 46-42-1!I and for the objections purpose to of the hearing contents complaints of such :i: In times of sickness or ::

vised at all times by an AmericanRed 88, net 68, points 2 1-2; H. C. I roll and the method and manner of emergency,

Cross man whose camp record I preparing the same. :: death the telephone is nearest :;:
VanLandingham, Belle Glade, gross I BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS: OF your ;
has never been marred by accidentof 45-46-91, net 76, points 1-2. Bill EVERGLADES DRAINAGE DIS-
serious I TRICT.C. ::: neighbor. :::
a nature. In several
years Owen
jr., Clewiston, gross 50-42- H. REEDER Secretary.
time no Scout" has left camp unable -/ 92, ,net 79, points 1; Larry Nash, ::.

E. to L. swim.Prior Fort I Belle Glade, gross 40-40.-80, net :;: Make an end to isolation by seeing ::
Myers; natural-I 73, points 2. Geo. Bestor, ,Clewiston,
ist and expert woodsman gross 50-53-103, net 81, points!' NOTICE :_!: our manager today for telephone :i:

camp director, and under his 'guid- 1-2 G. L. ... I
; Pahokee gross 49- Notice is that the service.INTER .:
Scouts hereby given .:. ... :
ance receive expert 51-100, net 77, points 2 1-2. J Board of Public Instruction of Hend-
training In the ways of the woods. ry County, Florida, will on the 6th
S. Harrington, Pahokee, gross 49- day of June 1939, until two o'clockp. ': l< x
,Rev. Leonard C. Bailey, Arcadia, 50-99, net 75, points 3; Luther in. eastern standard time, receive i?! < ; ; t> ::: } .;.
will be on the camp staff for the sealed bids for the construction of .
Jones, Belle Glade, 52-59- :
gros" a certain school building at Clewiston.Florida. : .. ..
first two weeks and will have A certified check or bid A A
bond in the ai.ount of $5UO.OO must
charge of services. -:- -:-
accompany each bid for it to be con-
The menu was prepared for camp and well being of the Scouts, anda sidered. Plans and specifications may :: TELEPHONE *
by an expert dietician, and be obtained from L,. Phillips Clarke, COUNTY
every physician will be present each ArchitectVest Palm Beach, Florida, .
Scout will receive the proper amountof morning for checking physicrl upon the payment of $20.00. The sum y Y
milk of $15.00 will be refunded when the : & TELEGRAPH COMPANY ::
vegetables, and fruits as well being of tho Scouts. plans and been _

well as meat.Everything. The camp will remain open for dition.turned to the Architect good con- .;. ..,.'

possible is being done three weeks, June" 5th! through June All bids should be addressed to .. s' : c
to prepare camp for the comfort 25th S. A. Graves, Superintendent of Pub- .. '
Jic Instru9ti9n, Hendry County! Flor !IIlill! Jn\ 1 !liji IIII! I IIII'IIIIIII' !! lllllillllllll :IIIII'II't'i! }: ,r: