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Creation Date: June 9, 1939
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rJ VOLUME 13, !XUMBEIl 28 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 9, 1039 SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 PER YEAU.
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LAKELAND FIRM IS r !f STEWART PLEASED i



LOW BIDDER ON I WITH LEGISLATIONOF i iI



NEW SCHOOL HEREThe T.1 r 2. ,'" .' SUGA'R TALKS I 1939 SESSIONRepresentative I!



board of public instruction ;i'. ,.,;' '. ,','. ,' j Elbert L., Stew-

received bids Tuesday: at the regu- art, who returned the past week-
Clarence R. BittingFor
.By .
lar monthly meeting in LaBelle for, ,< ,iI end from Tallahassee where he has
.' =r
the constructidn of the Clewiston I I been for the past sixty days serv-

school building and the apparentlow "'. ing as Hendry County representative -
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bid was submitted by Ellis Par11Jer' '; : :' in the state legislature stated
Whom The
Has American
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and Janes of Lakeland for $30- ;; upon his return that despite the

.' '. '400. All bids are being thoroughly .. '6: unfavorable criticism that is be-
checked, however, before a con ;>;: .: ;,. ,; : : : ;> ing heaped the
,.< >: ; *: :, ': ', ,. : upon legislators, it
tract is awarded. .:.-. ., .z ': ; ; :'i.J.'ft'. .',;. .; Been SacrificedWhen ,>..\ ,, ,",, T., was a good session. '
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i C. E. Miner, Clewiston member :: ; ,; ; The people had indicated, he

q of the board, who has handled mostof said, that they wanted no new tax-

the details in securing the new es and there were no new ones
' building, stated this week that the restrictions and limitations on the production of our require- added. Appropriations were made
ments of sugar, a non-surplus crop, were first discussed in 1933 and 1934we
contract would not be awarded for for various things to the satisfaction -
were informed that reduced sugar imports from Cuba would reduce
the new building until the sale of of a majority and although
I our exports of corn and hogs to' Cuba, the statement toeing made that
the bonds had been completed. An each and every acre of sugar displaced in Cuba would result in eliminating there is now no money in sight

enabling act to correct an error in the exports to, Cuba of corn, and hogs raised on ten acres in this with which to pay them he feels

validation of the bonds was passedby country; thus we were told that our loss would be ten times our gain. that the legislature did its part.
the Legislature during the final These misleading statements were made by those in authority in Washington South Florida counties, Mr. Stewart

week of the session and now awaits despite warnings of the Department of Commerce that our ex- ,believes, were well 'taken care of
only the Governor's signature. A ports to Cuba were bound to decline because Cuba was becoming more with the retention of the race track

certified copy of the bill will then and more selfsufficient.In moneys and the continued alloca-

be sent to the bond attorneys from tion of the tax
gas to the coun-
the Department of Commerce's Trade Information Bulletin No.
" the governor's office and the validation 725 dated October, '1930 and again in Commerce Reports' for June 27, ties, providing these bills are sign-
will be satisfactorily com- ft 1932 under the caption "Our Changing Exports to Cuba" we were told ed by Governor Cone. He feels also

pleted. that there had been substantial growth of new' industries and new pro- that local legislation in the coun-
J The other bidders on the building I duction, that the people of Cuba were furnishing themselves with the necessities ties of this area -was' unusually well
,
and their total bids were: Hiller I comforts and luxuries of life. We were told that .the Cuban people taken care of to the interest of

, and Son, Pahokee, $32,000; I were expanding the production of nearly everything they need for ordinary the majority of the voters. .
Palm living, exchanging the products in domestic trade, increasing
Chalker and LundVest con- I The bill in which Mr. Stewartwas
Beach, $30,986; Satterwhite Con- '. sumption, and raising the standard of living throughout the island, most interested was the
,. ; : struction Co., Sebring, $31,994 and steadily: enlarging the volume of self-contained, economic activity. We: fire control bill. This
new set-up
Paul Bussey of Clewiston, $31,678. were told that the Cuban Government was striving for agricultural diversification -
and industrial stimulation and the island had found greaterpelfcontainment which replaces the former one was

in the growth and manufacture of many essential food- worked up by Mr. Stewart for some-
stuffs. time before the 1939 session con-

TEACHERS NAMED vened. Passed by the House almost
These well-founded warnings of the Department of Commerce are unanimously in its original form
data 'furnished under date of April 18 the
supported by 1939 by commer-
it was taken to the senate and
cial attache of the United States Embassy in Cuba.: Such data shows
FOR LOCAL SCHOOL amended. It was then taken to the
Cuban imports in' 1926 and 1937 from which the items which follow, I
Governor after the House had concurred -
were selected.
in the amendments and was

FOR COMING TERM \,,-., vetoed by Governor Cone. It was
f t rn m then passed over his veto by the

'- ., ,, ', : :' '" f [ [ .' .. House and on the last day of the
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R.,,_ H. Turk of Winter Park, .a ... .. ,, ,:. : :; ,' .. : ', -,
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graduate principal of Rollins and coach College of,Clew--w selected :t ..,;: : : >; ; f :;; ':' .. "

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the 1939-1940 ? i
,. iston by ,the school county for school board at term the i :: ; KIWANIS RESOLUTION

monthly meeting Tuesday, and the .
entire of the school \ j :. .'
faculty was : I URGES PASSAGE OF
chosen with only one or two ex Eggs _.._.........................:.....:-'.... dozen 11,773,928 139 ;, .;.:; ,. 8)f
ceptions. The board approved with- Milk, canned .................:.......... tons 22,030 1,962 .:
out question recommendations of Cheese .......................?............_... tons 2,024 217 :', ',', ',. SUGAR LEGISLATIONThe
the board of trustees of the lewiston Jerked beef .............................. tons / 17,557 ...... I C;
Salt pork ..__............................. tons 15,946 1,279 < : ', '
district. Hams ........................................ tons 1,689 190. ; .-.1
Mrs. Agnes Thomas'and Mrs. Corned beef ............................ tons 190 :..... Clewiston Kiwanis Club at
Beatrice Anthony were reelectedas Sausage, canned _......?........: pounds 2,552,809 9.774" ::::' J its weekly meeting at the Inn Wed-
high school teachers and Miss Tomatoes, canned ..............:. pounds 2,282,340' 56 '0" ,,:,.' nesday night drafted and adopteda
Inez Lammons will again be in Potatoes _................_..........._... tons 97,149 19,501 ',', resolution N which sets forth the

charge of the first grade. Other Onions ............................:......... tons 21,598 11,243 injustices in the Sugar Act of 1937
! fI, teachers elected, the grades they Corn ........_..............:.................. tons 66,916 70 and urges the passage of the sen-
teach to be assigned later are: Miss Lard compounds ............l,\.. pounds .4,581,682 190,198. .. ate and house bills introduced recently -
Evelyn Bell of Arcadia; Mrs. Mar- and
by Senator C. 0. Andrews
The people of Cuba ares* not doing without these things; they are
garet Arey of Clewiston; Mrs. Mary J. Hardin Peterson
Representative
supplying their own needs and in addition are raising additional supplies ,
Baker, Clewiston, Miss Alice Stein- S ,5, for export; in fact in a full page advertisement on April 30, 1939 in the removing many of the restrictionsof

holtz,\ Mrs. Livonia Holstine and New York Journal and American the Cubans stated that the American I the act.
1IissEvelyn Burhans of Umatilhi. people should purchase from Cuba their requirements of sugar, tobacco, It was agreed that copies of the

Amos Thomas and, Viola Ship- vegetables, corn', beans, bananas, pineapples, citrus fruits, avocados, resolution should be sent to the
man were retained as teachers at peanuts, hemp, cattle and hogs. Despite the claims of our Federal 1" President, to the Secretary of Agriculture -
Harlem Academy, colored school, authorities that Cuba would buy our corn and hogs, Cuba tells us she and to each Kiwanis Clubin
and one other teacher will be added is prepared not only to supply us with these items but many more \ the State of Florida. Another

later because of the increased at- that we now supply for ourselves. Additional proof of these condi- will be sent to the conventionof
tions .is contained in a report of our State Department showing that copy
tendance in the school.. Teachers for the Kiwanis International in
during the first 24 months of operation of the much advertised Cuban
'If. the Bear Beach school will also be Boston this month by Jack Hoist of
.; .;. Reciprosity Treaty, Cuba sold us $226,000,000 worth of her productsas
named at a later date. Fort Myers, chairman of the Florida;
compared with her purchase of only $119,000,000 worth of our pro-
Mr. Tuck comes to Clewiston with ducts. Public Relations Committee.The .

the highest recommendations bothas public relations committeeof
to ability as an instructor and It is clear from official data that the farmers and industrial workers -. the local club composed of J.

athletic coaching ability. He was of the United Stales have been sacrificed for the benefit of some one. E. Beardsley, R. M. Bishop and A.
in charge of intra-mural activitiesat '"' Living conditions among the Cuban people themselves clearly prove that : O. Waid drew up the resolutionand
Rollins for time they did not receive the benefits of such sacrifice of American citizens.
College
some ( Ward had charge of the
For whom then were the American people thrown out of employment? Mr.
was an all-state tackle for two '
I Who benefited by such action? The people of the United States are mechanical details of having copies
years while in college and was also I t entitled to, clear,' straightforward and unequivocal answers to these important '- mimeographed and mailed.
'a member of the all-state high questions. .' On Thursday a group of five Ki-:

school team in his high school days I II I 4. ., .'. '....".. ".',aS wanians, I. M. Pafford, A. O. Ward,
'., at his home In Toledo, Ohio. He I r r : .- S : .,": i ;' B. E. Herring, A. W. Lawrence andJ.
is now visiting at his home there I F. Tippey, attended a special Ki-
and will later enter some school : wanis meeting in Fort Myers and

for summer instruction before com-. presented a copy of the resolution
ing to Clewiston. I
o Mr. Hoist.
Other teachers named were all'I The text of the resolution Is as

members of the faculty here duringthe :
past term with the
exception I _____ Resolution
of Mrs. Margaret Arey who is also WHEREAS, the Sugar Act of

highly teacher.recommended as an elementary -I Fishing Tourney Sponsored By Local C. Of C. Sugar Wage Rate restricts Continental Cane

t! i Producers of Florida and

The Clewiston Chamber of Com- at the offices of the chamber offi-j I' Hearing Here to 429,000* tons of sug

Pompano Wins 12-4 merce is staging a black bass tour- cials. for the year 1939, and
Official weighing stations have I : I WHEREAS Florida, the highest-
nament which began on June 1 and
-. Here On Thursday been designated as Tindale's Fish I Determination of a fair lowest-cost sugar producing
will continue through August 31. Camp at Liberty Point, P rkinsOJi's,I sonable wage scale for ] Is restricted to less than 1 Hc

\ It is the first time that a civic Inc., at ClewltonVm.:: Johnson's ers in the sugar industry the nation's sugar requirements
Pompano's red-clad baseball nine club has attempted such a tourna-I camp and the Clewistnn Tnn. the most important item at Is not permitted to supply even

invaded Clewiston Thursday after- ment and no entry fee Is .being Fish must he caught on a rod ing set for June 28 by the :: needs of the State of Florida,
noon and cashed In on some erratic charged. The
ment of Agriculture. \
and reel, must be caught in Lake
fielding and poor hitting by the Weekly and monthly prizes will! Okeechobee or tributary streams, will be held in the '" WHEREAS, low-wage inefficient
Clewislon team to win 12-4. I countries and other offshore
be awarded well auditorium.
as
as a grand prize must bo registered the same day,
Clewiston took the lead in the the guaranteed 70% of our
to
for the largest ,bass entered dur- caught and weighed in at one of I According are
first inning when they scored three ing the life of the contest. Certain the official weighing stations. Other the 1937 sugar act, passed market, and

runs on hits by Hooks and Bell, a rules and regulations have been provided -! rules are listed on the official gress sugar producers WHEREAS' Puerto Rico and Ha-
, trio of free passes and an error. and the only requirement for entry blank which must also be federal benefits under the are' guaranteed their home
1 '\ Pompano scored one run in the\entry is that applicant fill out one' used for each fish registered and I must pay workers a wage in addition to a guarantee

I:' (Continued on Page 8) pf the blanks which are available( ; signed by three. witnesses; (Continued op Page., ) (Continued) on page 8)j )

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WEEKLY NEWS ANALYSIS BY JOSEPH W. LaBlNE h.'.:':i;:;i. THE CHEERFUL CHERUB b

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See Hope for League Rebirth r[ like to $o to c' ..r.teri .s

And witch my hun ry

Under New Riiss-British Pact; fellow creatures f e.d.

I think riltJie this life

Must Get Rid of Avenol First 4 5, fc.s they take, lunch,

Just choosing theexperience

(EDITOR'S NOTE-When opinions are expressed in these columns, theyI r !yC S" "4FY I

are those of the news analyst: and not necessarily of .this newspaper.) 1 + 1, need.R.TC .

___ ____ ____ Released by'Western Newspaper Union -"
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INTERNATIONAL: of the White Camellias, led by
George Deatherage of St. Albens,
Rebirth? J W. Va. Blandly admitting his anti-

Once the white hope of world Semitic sentiments, General Mose-

peace, Geneva's League of Nations ley has promised shocking revelations -

buildings are today what one corre-- concerning Jews in high places.
spondent calls "a stately mausoleum Greatest handicap to an impartial WNU Service.

haunted by the ghosts of braver investigation of un-Americanism is t S' 55 4/ '
men." In its heyday the League stood the very stumbling block Mr. Dies I

for collective security, later watch- encountered last autumn, namely, CHOCOLATE SILVER CAKE

ing Japan, Italy and Germany drift ax-grinding. Best example, thoughin See Recipe Below.
away without enforcing the cove- this case probably popular with
nant's spirit because such action Mr. Dies, was the arrest of Fritz v',. -

might cause hard feelings. Kuhn, "Fuehrer" of the violently

Chief reason for League doldrumsis Nazi German American Bund,
its management. A carbon copy charged with grand larceny and d

of Great Britain's current appease- forgery in shortages of $15,000 from
ment cabinet is SecretaryGeneralJoseph Bund funds. Overlooking the fact Business Opportunity

A. C. Avenol, who in recent
PAR-EXCELLEN'r After Shaving Lotionfor
years has filed the machinery of men. Hand and face lotion for ladies.
collective security under lock and Make It yourself for a few cents per pint.
.pdt v rr Materials at all drug stores.'Complete in-
.5' structions 25c coin and name and addressof
key.Black marks on the League's rec- two friends.J. II. KIEFER CO.

ord include Manchuria, Ethiopia, Y.m }{ 135 Forest Ave. Belleville Il11nois.QUICK .

Spain and ,China. Each succumbed -
amid ineffectual, insincere League :': ;
sanctions which were enforced

against aggressor nations only if in- ,.-,:. :%
dividual signatories found it "con- ........ ,

venient." By this spring Mr. Ave- Of Course You Can Bake I"I I fully. Bake in two layers in a mod ; i
nol's back-tracking generalship
erate oven (365 degrees Fahrenheit, .
reached a new low. When Albania for 25 to 30 minutes loaf mind FnnnnPUBLIC
or as a
the didn't have good luck with my
protested its seizure by Italy,
cake (at 350 degrees Fahrenheit)
secretary "forgot" to circulate its cake baking today." You and I have ECONOMY
for 40 to 45 minutes.
SOS among signatories. There was both heard homemakers say just

no reprimand, and at its May meet- that-reason enough perhaps for our Lemon Cake. "I AM for a government rigorously
Vz butter
ing Mr. Avenol prevented Russia's getting right down to cases today cup frugal and simple, applying all the
and finding out just what it is that' 1 cup granulated sugar
ambassador to Great Britain, Ivan possible savings of public revenue to
Maisky, from reading a letter of makes for' good luck-or bad luckas 2 eggs the discharge of the national debt; and
protest against CzechoSlovakia'sseizure. the case may be in this cake 1%' cups cake flour I not for a multiplication of officers and

At the same time he got baking business.Of 2i% teaspoons baking powder. salaries merely to make partisans, and
the council to postpone any discus- course it really isn't a case of Vi teaspoon salt for increasing, by every device, the public 1
"
sion Albania until September. luck at all, for the right proportionsof % cup milk debt. -Thomas Jefferson.

However, even as the League the right ingredients combined,in 1 teaspoon lemon extract

grows more decadent under Avenol ,: the,right way and baked at the right Cream butter and add sugar grad-
Guaranteed
of
leadership, hope rises for a rebirth oven'temperature eliminate luck en- ually. Add well-beaten egg yolks and strength purity accuracy and quality.
of its collaboration machinery. Never FUEHRER KUHN tirely and,assure baking suc'cess not mix thoroughly.Mix Accurate
'". lot of and sift all St.Joseph
a nonsense. sometimes but Quality ,
a word-mincer, Soviet Russia has always.Information
I dry ingredients 1' GENUINE PURE
ASPIRIN
enough dislike for powder-puff di- that Kuhn participated in Hitler'sMunich Please.Of and add alter .

plomacy to force Britain and Francethe putsch in 1923, has or- .course you own a measuringcup with the .
,- League's other two leaders- ganized 94 active Bund branchesand but have you looked at it critically milk nately and extract \ I Latent Power
into rejuvenating Geneva's halls under has done nothing to merit con- to see and, Let the very humblest m"an

the new BritishFrenchRussianmutual fidence of the U. S., critics looked whether or not it beginning with the t"S; know that he may one day have it
ending
aid pact. First hopeful signis suspiciously (though probably un- has a rim which flour mixture. in his power to help the very

the new treaty's goal of preserv- fairly) at the two men responsiblefor extends above Fold in the beaten whites of the. strongest man he has 'ever known.
'.ng European peace. Second sign: his arrest. New York's Mayor the accurate -Joseph Parker. )
cup
eggs. Bake as loaf cake in a mod-
Fiorella LaGuardia might have realized measure? If it erate oven (350 degrees Fahrenheit)
his many Jewish constituents ) has a rim, do you '
for 35 to 40 minutes.
A'wonderful aid for boils
would relish any anti-Nazi move. 55 measure the ingredients -
Old Spice Wonder. where a drawing agent is
New York's District Attorney Thomas
just to
1i % cup butter s indicated. Soothing and
E. Dewey, a potential G.' 0., P. this t
is point accurately 1 brown / I comforting. Fine for children -
rya cup sugar .
MPir1 presidential candidate, could expect or clear to 2 and grown-ups. Prac

excellent publicity from the case. the top inaccu- 2 cups eggs cake flour S' tical.,Economical.,

BUSINESS rately? % teaspoon soda
; 4.3r : Do sift the flour .
you always once Vi, teaspoon salt
Middleman just before measuring? 2 teaspoons baking powder,

Favorite butt' of pro-chain store Do you use a fine granulated sugar -1 teaspoon cinnamon v Fragile Habits

; and pro-co-operative movements has when making cakes? There is a dif- % teaspoon nutmeg .. Evil habits, once settled, are

been the wholesaler, who in popular ference, you know. 1 teaspoon allspice ".43A more easily broken than mended.

: notion is excess baggage in the U. S. Do you cream the shortening and cup sour milk :.; -Quintilian.R .
mix the cake with a "
beating mo- '
distribution system. "if the middleman % cup citron' > *-
tion, not a stirring motion?
could be eliminated, many be- 1 cup raisins
47Nh ii lieve, a bar of soap or pound of coffee Do you level off the teaspoon 1 cup nut meats ,
$ would cost John Public substan- measures of baking powder, salt or 1 teaspoon vanilla extract ALAA

tially less. soda with a knife so as to be sure Cream butter, add sugar and

To test this theory, New York's they, too, are accurate? ,cream thoroughly. Add eggs (well
. Twentieth Century Fund broke down Do you start the oven 10 to 15 beaten). Mix and sift together all Speedy Relief of Chills
minutes in advance so it will,be uni- and Fever
% of
the $38,500,000,000 which U. S. con- dry ingredients, except cup
formly hot before the cake is placedin
flour. Add flour mixture and
sour
sumers paid in distribution costs for
it When teeth are chatteringwith
?
your
their merchandise milk alternately, beginning with the
the
during peak chills and your body burning
Do use a small inexpensiveoven
year of 1929. Individual figures and you flour mixture. Beat well. Flour citron with malarial fever, you want timely

\ f percentages of. the distribution cost: thermometer for securing accurate -, raisins, and nuts with the J/i and reliable relief!1Grove's
oven temperatures if your of flour which was reserved and I Tasteless Chill Tonic is
cup
Wholesalers .(18%)$ 7,000,000,000 has
no oven heat-control?
range
medicine want to take for
LEAGUE'S AVENOL add to the cake mixture. Add vanilla. the you
Retailers . (33%) 12,600,000,000 These of the chief fac-
are some
Malaria. This is no new-fangled or
He "forgot" Albania's plea.it ., Bake 35 to 40 minutes in a mod-
Manufacturers ((24%) 9,100,000,000 tors, careful attention to which helpsto erate oven (350 degrees Fahrenheit), untried preparation, but 'a treatmentof r

has been communicated to the Transportation (23%) 8,800,000,000 spell success in cake baking. Try A New Chocolate Cake. considerable merit.

League and will possibly operate under Miscellaneous (2%) '1,000,000,000Basic them out in the group of favorite 4 ounces bitter chocolate Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic con-
cake recipes given below. I think tains tasteless quinidine and iron. It
the League covenant. .But a conclusions were that whole % cup butter -
relieves the chills and fever due to
prerequisite to any such rebirth salers did not earn excessive profitsin you will like them and the recipestoo. l1/ cups granulated sugar Malaria and also tends 'to build you

would be the retirement of Mr: Ave- 1929 (groceries, 1.3 per cent; con- 3 eggs up.This is the double effect you want.

nol, whose job rests secure so longas fectioneries, 2.2 per cent; dry goods, .Chocolate Silver Cake. 2Vi cups flour'teaspoon The very next time you feel :Ma-

the 'Chamberlain-Halifax-Hoare- 2.7 per cent), and that they remainan 3A cup butter Vi salt larial chills and fever coming on, geta

Simon quartet rules Britain. essential link in the distribution l1/ cups granulated sugar 3 teaspoons baking powder bottle of Grove's Tasteless Chill

machine. 2% cups cake flour 1 cup milk Tonic. Start taking it immediatelyand
DOMESTIC: 3 teaspoons baking powder 1 teaspoon vanilla 'extract it will soon give you relief.

Un-Americanism Vi teaspoon salt Melt the chocolate over warm wa- All drugs'koressellGrove'sTastelessChill
Tonic 50 cents and $1.00. The
1 cup milk ter. Cream the butter and -
add
To freedom-loving but undemon- 1r 10 e III @) 1 teaspoon vanilla extract the sugar, slowly, latter is the more economical size.
strative U. S. '
patriots the trouble
4 whites
egg \ beating vigorously.
-
with anti-Communist organizationsis How the wind is blowing .
Cream the butter, add the sugar Beat the yolks WNU-7 23-39
that they are pro-Fascist. Con- ARMAMENT ....* Soviet Russia and beat
well. Sift the flour, baking ) of the eggs until
versely, anti-Fascist groups (like the has ordered a 50 per cent in powder and salt, and add alternatelywith thick and add to ? 1

American League for Peace and crease in her 1939 national defense the milk and vanilla. Beat the the sugar and

Democracy) are more interested in budget to keep abreast of egg whites until stiff and fold into butter mixture. Add the melted

promoting Communism than fight- Germany and Italy. Approximate cake. Bake 'in two layers in a mod- chocolate and mix well. Sift the
'
,ing Fascism. additional cost: 8000000000. erate oven (365 degrees Fahrenheit) flour salt
When he baking powder, and add Help Them Cleanse the Bloodof t
began investigating un- RUBBER-J. M. Slattery, Fisk 25 to 30 minutes. Top with chocolate alternately with the milk and extract Harmful Body Waste
Americanism last year, Texassin- tire executive, predicts 50 i butter
per icing. beginning with the flour mix- Your kidneys are constantly filtering
cere Rep. Martin Dies won deserved cent increase in world rubber Cocoa Cake. ture. Beat egg whites until they waste matter from the blood stream.But
criticism for letting 'his committee kidneys sometimes lag in their workdonot
consumption during next 10
% butter stiff and fold into cake. Bake in
are
listen cup act as Nature intended-fail to remove -
indiscriminately to anyone years. Items: Sponge cushionsand 1 cup granulated two eight-inch layers in a moderateoven impurities that if retained may
with an' ax to grind. But thanksto mattresses, cushions for rail- sugar poison the system and upset the whole
2 (365 Fahrenheit
eggs degrees ) for
machinery.
body .
Martin Dies the U. S. has become road tracks, traffic markers, 2 cake flour about 30 minutes. Symptoms may be nagging backache.persistent ,
acutely aware of "isms" poundingon flooring, furniture, packaging cups headache,attacks of dizziness
its 4 tablespoons cocoa getting up nights swelling, puffiness
doors.
materials, plastics and latex gar- Vi teaspoon salt Get This New Cook Book. under the eyes-a feeling of nervous
Biggest threat, inspired by Italo- ments. anxiety I and, loss of pep and strength.
German 1% teaspoons baking powder Of course you can bake, and Elea- Other signs of kidney or bladder disorder -
pression-made success and fostered by de GASOLINE-In 1938, U. S. gas \
U. S. Fascists.malcontents, are the oline consumption was 1 per cent 1 cup sour milk successful baking, together with her frequent There should be no doubt that prompt
This spring Fascism above the previous although 1 vanilla best-ever set of treatment is wiser than neglect. Use
reared its head when Mr. Dies year teaspoon extract over ,,125 new and Doan', Pills. Doan't have been winning
revealed a strong anti-Jewish motor vehicle registrations were Cream the butter and add the sug- different, yet practical and inexpensive -. new friends for moro than forty years.

ment led by Maj. Gen. George move-Van 1 per cent less than 1937. ar slowly. Separate,eggs, beat yolks baking recipes with you in this Are They recommended have a nation-wide i>y grateful reputation.people the
Horn Moseley retired anti-New JEWS-A new Berlin ghetto decree and add. Sift the dry ingredientsand book. Send 10 cents in coin to Eleanor country over. Ask your nctghoon

Deal army officer; Dudley P. Gilbert places still more drastic restrictions add alternately with the sour Howe, 919 North Michigan Ave.,

New York financier, and such on areas to" be inhabitI milk and vanilla. Beat the egg Chicago, and get a postage prepaid

Ku Klux mannish groups as Knights I I I 1- by "non-Aryans' ___ whites until stiff and fold in care- copy of "Better Baking." I



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-------- DIZZY DRAMAS-Now Playing-"FLEAS'*
Epilepsy Found --------,IMPROVED By Joe Bowers

UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL

Most PrevalentIn I (/DOG-HOW'SrNAt'SUIT'YOU ( NAW )

SubNormalBy SUNDAY (Lesson BROTHER.. FLEA 2'L

By HAROLD L. LUNOQU1ST. D. D.
Dean of The Moody Bible Instituteof 0 ply,
f Chicago.:
Released bv We.tern Newspaper Union.) ..
DR JAMES W. BARTON j. J J
t Il
WAS thought for many
JT that epilepsy caused Lesson for June 11

feeble-mindedness notwith- .
standing the fact that many Lesson and subjects copyrighted and Scripture by International texts selected ONEE' KEE ) -WI fHl' AC ) SO'S I CAN A
Council of Relijjlou( Education: used by '
brilliant individuals permission I GAIL LOOP THE LOOP )

had JODAY'S JJ
, c' were or PAUL SOLVES CHURCH

been subject to HEALTH PROBLEMS ;

epileptic attacks. t (
COLUMN LESSON TEX1'-1 Corinthians 113. 10.
Many. physicians 11: 4:14-21; I Thessalonlans 5:12-15. -
': felt that these few GOLDEN TEXT-Only let your conversation
be as it becometb the gospel of Christ.
brilliant men were just excep- Phlllppians 1:27. ,

tions to the rule.

,. ;; It is* also a fact intellect that among those ers Victory of sickness over the is destructive achieved by pow-an I L Cutwork to Beautify Linens I Uncle Pklb

;. \' those of poor ( orderly attack of the' problem. The
,':a- ': below normal mentally) there doctor first makes a study of the

-, is a greater proportion of epi- condition of his patient, observingnot motifs gti.y :
ranging from 2Vz 15
by
only the outward symptoms, but
: !.fI leptics. the general condition of the body. inches to 2Vi by 3V& inches; mate-
What about epileptics who rials required; illustrations of
The Church is sick today even as And Criticism Too
are normal mentally? Are it in stitches; color schemes. ,
was Paul's day. We are in When
don't know much
- they likely to gradually lose need of the sound advice and the Send 15 cents in coins for this about music you, let someone else
pattern to The Sewing Circle, Nee-
some of this mentality and become effective example of "Doctor Paul" start the applause.
subnormal? and therefore do well to apply to dlecraft Dept., 82 Eighth Ave.,
Occasionally we meet a
New York, N. Y. man
A most interesting ourselves and to our churches the who asks for
half chance
Please write ad- only a ,
name,
your
of epilepsyand lesson of today. As we do this hon-
study but the
dress and pattern number plainly.Who's majority prefer the
mentality is recorded estly we may find in ourselves that chances whole.Skepticism .
in the Amer- which is making our own church :
Who in Moon sometimes
saves a
F ican Journal of Or- weak and ineffective. Let us apply
thopsychiatry by the cure even though the process of Is the moon inhabited? You man from being everybody's fool.

three Boston re healing may be a painful one. would imagine so if you read : Beyond EstimationAbout
searchvorkers I. The Condition. "Who's Who in the Moon," compiled the weakest of statisticsare

Drs. Merril Moore, What's wrong with, the Church? I and just issued by the Brit- those that purport to state

7 C. R. Atwell and A. The excerpts from the letters of ish Astronomical society. In it what crime costs the country per
t Louise Collins. There Paul which make up our lesson reveal you will come across the names of capita.

were 229 epileptics three fundamental difficulties 600 men and nine women. Theyare One born lazy is generally hap-

examined during the which exist in essentially. the same not, however, of moondwellers pily born without cupidity.The .

:, Dr. Barton period 1916 1936. form today. but of astronomers, explorers, man who wants to be
'j; They are believed to 1. False Teachers (Gal. 3). This t \ tVariety's scientists, and philanthropists who good has less opportunity than

,:'.:, be a fair cross ,section of the epi- passage is a part of our lesson although have helped to map the surface of the man who wants to be great.
i leptic portion of the community. not included in the printed I the planet, work first begun in the

;, The tests included speed and accuracy portion. It tells us of Paul's mas- year 1645.
i with which simple sums terly dealing with false teachers. i I All the known high mountainsand

were done or questions answered, Erroneous teaching and the substitution wide craters of the moon have

memory, mental speed, speech, rea- of the philosophies of men been named. World-famous names COOLGLASSES

), ;'. soning, judgment, comprehension or for the Word of God are respon- such as Copernicus, Plato, Kep-
.' understanding, and others. sible for much of the trouble in the pler are side by side with Smith

Church. It is decidedly not a mat- and Williams. Eleven persons liv- ILL .,
Examination Results.In ter of indifference what your pastor the thing!Here's a ing today have 'achieved moon im V 411 -- a.PUOCERS

cases where the intelligencewas teaches, what your Sunday School collection of border and corner mortality. '
below normal, this below nor-, lesson helps teach, and what your motifs to make your linens lookexpensive. Should any discover some new GR

mal condition was not due to the Sunday School teachers present to Cutwork's easyjust'buttonhole crater in the moon, his or her
epilepsy but because the patients their classes. stitch. Pattern 1998 name would be added. to the list y+/ =+?Pta1 yyr+ryixA Tr ory

': were mentally below normal any- Divisions' (1 Cor. 1:10). Some- contains a transfer pattern of 18 of the moon-famous.

', way and happened to have epilepsyalso. times these occur over doctrine, : :

,. sometimes over church procedure, % ;
They found also that the individual but all too often the most in- I
over A With Answers
. d' below normal mentally is more significant things. Frequently they ASK :M! E Quiz

alikely to develop epilepsy than one center around personal likes and ? Offering Information

':'\.1.-. who is normal. "The effect of epi- dislikes. Cliques and little closed ANOTHER Various
lepsy is in those who on Subjects
greatest are groups have no place in the Church.

below normal l anyway; they have 3. Contentions (I Cor. 1:11). For ......
less resistance to the effects of the some unexplainable reason the :} l
" peo The 6. Strictly speaking, turtle rti +
Questions
; attacks than have those of normal ..
:
pIe who love a fight seem to wantto means members of the order
or higher mental ability." do their fighting in the Church.II. 1. How many days in a fortnight which live in water, and tortoise, f. .

Another interesting finding was The Cause. ? members which live on land.
that the length of time the patienthad 2. Of what country are the following -
The internal troubles of the
7. Mona is abbreviation for
been afflicted with epilepsy did the emblem: the thistle, an
Church cannot be blamed on its testimony madonna ( lady). Lisa is a
my
not seem to make much differencein or on its responsibility in the shamrock, the maple leaf, the name.SNOWWHITE HOST TO mOSTWHQ
the effects of the epilepsy on his lily? proper
the world, and certainly not on its
," mental power. Lord. 3. Which is heavier, a pint of uissTBaltimore's BRlTlmORE!
The real cause of the
iii III! .' Church's problems will be found in cream or a pint 'of milk? MINOR SKIN IRRITATIONS newest largest and finest

., ',' Exercise Needed men and women who are not living, 4. What is a counterpane? M a hotel-700 rooms, equipped with
as they should. I, 5. Does an electric. light bulb every luxury and modem conveni
For Heart
Healthy Fine restaurants the
shine glow? ence. serve
1. The Contentious (1 Cor. 1:11). or
PETROLEUM JELLY
Some whilst world-renowned food that has made
years ago visiting
These are the fighters. 6. Are a turtle and a 'tortoisethe
. Montreal I noticed a man climbing Baltimore a Mecca for "gourmets";
2. The Puffed Up (I Cor. 4:18). same?
: bars and lounges feature drinks
a number of the side of Self-inflicted Pain
steps
up They have an exaggerated idea of 7. What does the title "Mona mixed in the time-honored Maryland
,:. the mountain, then resting for a He who fears to suffer, suffers
their. own importance. Lisa" mean? manner. Rates from $3 to $6 single.
while and again few from fear.
climbing
a 3. The Disorderly (I.Thess. 4:14).
", '', steps and resting. On inquiring he Unruly and erratic folk trouble the The Answers
; told me that he had had a nervous
and physical breakdown which had Church. 1. Fourteen. J
4. The Faint-Hearted (1 Thess. 5: A GREAT BARGAIN
2. Scotland Ireland Canada
affected his heart. After ,
; for
resting
14. R. V.). Timid and 'uncertain in- iTrance.
,. a couple of weeks after he was ap-
dividuals hinder God's work.
,- 3. A of milk. The
pint
cream
": parently well his physician had ad-
,
5. The Weak (I Thess. 5:14). Theyare
vised this climb, which he took at feeble in floats to the top of the milk.
spiritual insight and
a definite number of steps per min- 4. A coverlet for a bed. 5 O C u ps f p r 1 0 C eh ts y f '
ute. He was increasing the number power. 5. Both. Glow means to shine
of III. The Cure. with intense heat.
: steps between rests each week
and was examined each week. Diagnosis and location of the
. cause of disease is practically
a use-
Most of us have been thinkingtoo
less unless a course of treatment is
much of the rest that the tired
._ or failing heart needs and forget- carried out. Consider the steps in
the treatment of the sickness of the 1 0
ting that every muscle cf the body
.. J Church and then apply the remedy. :
" needs work or exercise to develop it
'.'.. 1. Remember that it is a "churchof _
and keep it in good condition.
God" (I Cor. 1:2).
Dr. Ernest P. Boas in Hygeia
2. Recall and follow the true

.. states: teaching of God's Word (I Cor. 4: __ __

'Well-Tolerated is a matter of common Activity""It knowl- 17)3.. Receive
and from
: grace peace
edge that physical training enablesa the Father and the Son (I Cor. 1:3).
normal individual to undergo se- 4. Recognize those appointed by !cch'!

vere bodily exertion with greaterease the Lord to be leaders and teachersI

and efficiency. While there is ( Thess. 5:12-16).
no thought of making a trained ath- 5. Be ashamed of ungodly mis-

lete out of a patient with heart dis- behavior (I Cor. 4:14).
-
ease, a certain amount of well-tol- 6. Deal plainly with sin and disorder _
r erated activity exercise will (I Cor. 4:21). The knife of ,

make the circulatory apparatus the surgeon may cause pain but it
(heart and blood vessels) a more is often the way to healing. .

", efficient machine, will spare the .. 7. Warn those who are unruly (I
heart a certain amount of work (because Thess. 5:14). The word of spiritual
the training will make the admonition is too often lacking in
work easier) and promote a general the church.

sense of well being. 8. Comfort and encourage the IF you want smoking pleasure at its best-and a sound slower than the average time of the others.Thus,Camels

Now this doesn't mean that hardor fainthearted (I Thess. 5:14). Un- ,too Camel's your smoke.There's more tobacco give you the equivalent of 5 EXTRA SMOKES PER .

prolonged exercise should be tak- regenerate man has no patience by weight in Camels, compared to the average of 15 PACK!Add the bonus of Camel's costlier tobaccos,and '

en which would use up the heart with such folk, but God does. A other of the largest-selling brands tested. Besides, it's clear why Camels are America's favorite cigarette!

reserve and perhaps require rest in note of encouragement needs to be Camels burn slower than any other brand tested-25% Smoke Camels..for PLEASURE plus ECONOMY!
bed again. "Sudden spurts of effort stressed in these trying days. .
as in lifting heavy objects or 9. Be patient toward all men (I J
; sprinting to catch a train are par- Thess. 5:15)). If you feel that you OF
,..;. ticularly dangerous, as they may must be impatient, be impatientwith "' ''I: THE CIGARETTE

.__i'I I cause acute heart failure. Similarly your own faults. Patience is a C L
i all competitive sports in which the Christian virtue which has almost .. COSTLIER TOBACCOS

patient may forget his fatigue and been lost in the dizzy, high-pressure
C drive himself to greater efforts &ge in which we live. Let qs
should be avoided. cultivate it both in the church and PENNY FOR PENNY YOUR BEST CIGARETTE BUY

Copyright.-WNU Service in the hearts of believers.



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FOUR \ THE CLEWISTON' NEWS FRIDAY, JUNE 9, 1030

I
be made a second class office the Is Your Subscription Paid? $79,500 PRINCIPAL AMOUNT OF pal amount of refunding bonds of Ir"
The Clewiston News CLEWISTON DRAINAGE DISTRICT Sugarland Drainage District to be
first of July and so there will be REFUNDING BONDS.TO issued for the purpose of retiring and

need for extra help in the office. ,NOTICE OF TAX :SALT FOR DEMY-: THE STATE OF: FLORIDA, AND refunding Five Hundred Eighty-four
THE SEVERAL PROPERTY OWNERS Thousand Eight Hundred Dollars
Published every Friday in Clewiston, It is expected that the position, O.UK.NT CONSERVANCY 1JK58 SOUTH DISTRICT FLORIDA TAXES. TAXPAYERS, CITIZENS AND ($584,800.00) ot' bonded indebtedness
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, while only that of substitute clerk, OTHERS, INCLUDING NONRESI- (including bonds and matured Inter-
Inc. DENTS OF SAID CLEWISTON est coupons) of said Sugarland Drain-
will be almost a full-time position.The I DRAINAGE DISTRICT, HAVINGOR age District having been filed and
substitute clerk, must be avail Notice is hereby given that nil lands CLAIMING ANY RIGHT, TITLE presented to this Court on the 6th
delinquent on July 3rd, 1038. for nonpayment OR INTEREST IN CLEWISTON day of June, 1939, the State of Flor-
KEATIILKY BOWDEN, Editor able at all times for duty on short I of SOUTH FLORIDA CONSERVANCY DRAINAGE DISTRICT OR THE ida, through the Honorable Clyde
notice and may not work but a few DISTRICT taxes for the TAXABLE PROPERTY THEREIN: Wilson, State Attorney for the
year 1938, or so much thereof as may A petition for the validation of Twelfth Judicial Circuit of Florida,
Entered as second class mall matter hours each day or week. be necessary to pay the amount due Seventy Nine Thousand Five Hundred and the several property owners, tax-
February 1; 1927, at tho Post Office inClewiston. Mr.! Sias also states that while for taxes on said lands for said, year, Dollars ($79,500) principal 4amo.unt of payers, citizens and others, includ-
Florida, under the Act o! together with the cost of sale specified refunding bonds of Clewiblon Drain- ing nonresidents of said Sugarland
March :3, 1807.MibNcrlpdon. there had been an appreciable decline in the laws governing said District age District to be issued for the pur- Drainage District, having or claimingany
in the post-office business for .I will be sold at public auctionbeginning pose ot retiring and refunding One right, title or Interest In Sugar-
at Twelve o'clock noon on Hundred Eighteen Thousand. Eight land Drainage District or the taxable
the past few weeks, this decline was I I. the 3rd day of July. 1939, at the front Hundred Dollars ($118,800) of bonded property therein, are hereby ordered
Rate $2.00 Per Year. not so great as in past years and door of the Court House in the City Indebtedness (including bonds and directed, required and notified to appear -
of LaBelle Florida, and continue matured Interest coupons) of said before the said Circuit Court of
A been fifteen per cent greater than I complete list of such delinquent I been filed and presented to this Court In and for Hpnrlrv County :\t
month last lands is available for public inspection ..on the 6th day of June, 1939, the I LaBelle, Florida, at 10 .cl ckuX. M.,
Devoted to the advancement and welfare the corresponding year. turlngbusiness hours at the State of Florida, through the Honorable Eastern Standard Time, on the 10th
of Clewiston and Hendry County. The annual increase, he says, has office of the Tax Collector for the I.1 Clyde Wilson State Attorney day of July 1939, at a hearing to beheld t
I County of Hendry in tho Court House,. for the Twelfth Judicial Circuit of before said Circuit Court at the
been fifteen per cent consistently 1 at LaBelle, Florida, and inquiries as I(I Florida, and the several property\Court House In LaBelle, Florida, to
for several years. to lands included in such delinquent owners, taxpayers, citizens and oth- show cause If any you have why
KIWANIS: HELP TO I list, by mail or by telephone, or in ers, including non-r'e idents of said said authority, proceedings, bonds, assessments -
I person, during business hours, will I Clewiston Drainage District, having taxes, and the power to
SUGAR LEGISLATIONThe Stewart' Pleased- be fully answered by the office of or claiming any right, title or Interest levy same, .should not be adjudicated
said Tax Collector. in Clewiston Drainage District validated and confirmed.
R. N. MILLER, DONE AND ORDERED in Chambers -
taxable therein,
or the property are
local Kiwanis Club is to be I Tax Collector of IiendryCounty hereby ordered, directed, required and I at 1"1.Iyer8, Florida, this 6th
commended on the action takenat (Continued From Page One) Florida. notified to appear before the said Circuit -I day. of June, 1939.

the weekly meeting in behalf of session and almost the last hour it I Circuit Court of Florida of the in Twelfth and for Judicial Hendry GEO.Circuit W.Judge.WIIITEHURST

proposed sugar legislation in Cong- was passed 'over the veto, by the I II I NOTICE OF TAXLlI FOR lELINQUILT County, at LaBelle Florida, at 11 C.N.-D.-June 9, 16, 23, 30-4t.LEGAL .
o'clock, A. M., Eastern Standard Time,
and there is doubt that law. The bill
ress no senate to become a I 11)38 EVERGLADES DRAINAGE -
on the 10th day of July, 1939 at a
their action will have a farreachingeffect. carries provision for a $75,000 ap- i I DISTRICT TAXES. hearing to be held before said Circuit!
which believe Court at the Court House in LaBelle"i
I propriation many may I Notice is Hereby Given that all Florida, to show cause, if any you NOTICE I
Copies of a'resolution urging the cause the Governor to disregard it (Hands delinquent on July 3. 1938, for,,I have, why said authority, proceedings,
but Mr. Stewart feels that he- will !non-payment of EVERGLADES#.I bonds, assessments taxes, and the In compliance with the law govern-
enactment of the two bills will be DRAINAGE DISTRICT Taxes for the power to levy same, should not be ing the preparation the annual
sent to each Kiwanis Club in Flor- make the appointments for the I year 1938, or so much thereof as maybe adlndlcated, validated and confirmed. assessment roll of the EVERGLADES
law ne'cessary to pay the amount due] DONE AND ORDERED in Chambersat DRAINAGE DISTRICT taxes, noticeIs
board and allow the to become
ida and a copy will be taken by for taxes on said lands for said :year, Ft. Myers, Florida, this 6 day of hereby given that said asessmentroll
Jack Hoist of Fort Myers to the operative.Mr. together with the costs of sale speci- June, 1939. has been completed and a meet-
Stewart also the introducer -' fied in the laws governing said District -I GEO. WHITEHURST, ing of the Board of Commissioners of
was
annual meeting of the Iiwanis International will be sold at public auction Circuit Judge. Everglades Drainage District will be
in Boston this month. of a bill providing for a $10- beginning at twelve o'clock noon on I C.N.-June 9, 16, 23 30-4t held at the office of the District, 300
appropriation for distributing the 3rd day of July, 1939 at the County Court House. _Miami,., Florida: ;
Every Kiwanian is urged to writea front door of the Court House in the at 11 o'clock A. AI. June 22nd. 1:13:1: ,
letter to his congressional delega- insulin to diabetics of the state City of LaBelle, Florida, and continu- for the purpose of hearing complaintsand
ing until said sale is completed.A 'rIl'E objections to the contents of such
tion requesting their vote on this who were unable to purchase the IN CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
complete list of, such delinquent TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF roll and the method and manner of
legislation. The plan will be en- medicine. This bill was also passed lands is available for public Inspec- FLORIDA, IN AND FOR IIENOTIY; preparing the same.BOARD t
thusiastically received by club and became a law ,without the Governor's tion during the business hours at the COUNTYIN, CHANCERYNo. OF COMMISSIONERS: OF
every I I office of the Tax Collector for the .p.-... EVERGLADES DRAINAGE DIS-
in Florida which will do a tremendous signature.' County of Hendry In the Court Houseat F. D. DUFF, R. Y. PATTER- : TRICT.C. .
amount of ''good and if He was co-introducer of a bill LaBelle, Florida, and inquiries as SON AND J. E. BEARDSLEY. : H. REEDER, Secretary.
I to lands included In said delinquentlist
as and constituting the Board :
the resolution is adopted at the national -. with John Burks] of Pasco provid- by mail or by telephone, or Jn of Supervisors of Sugarland :
meeting it will mean pow- ing for the state to accept $4,000- person, during business hours, will Drainage District, a public :
be fully answered by the office of
quasi corporation organized :
erful influence. 000 in federal funds for road build- said Tax Collector.R. I
I and existing under the laws : ROOM FOR RENT
be matched state funds. N. MILLER, ,
ing to by of Florida, and SUGARLAND :
The of this legislation
passage Tax Collector of He'.nlryjf. ;
DRAINAGE DISTRICT, a public :
This bill routine at each session,
,
will mean increased sugar cane: jf. County, Florida.IN quasi corporation organized :
plantings and a great developmentof I was passed.He and existing under the laws of : Furnished, large, cool
introduced memorial to THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Florida, :
the sugar industry in the Ever- a TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF Petitioners, :
glades; it will also mean a pro- Congress: which was passed for an FLORIDA, IK AND FOR HENDRY V.THE : room with twin beds,
COUNTY IN CHANCERY STATE OF FLORIDA, :
appropriation for carrying on a
portionate increase in the develop- PROPERTY
No. S5C AND THE SEVERAL :
ment of the city of Clewiston. What long range fire control program.As F. D. DUFF, R. Y. PATTER- : OWNERS, TAXPAYERS : private bath phone. "
a result. a bill was introducedin SON, and J. E. BEARDSLEY, as : CITIZENS AND OTHERS IN- : ,
better action could any civic club and constituting the Board of : CLUDING NONRESIDENTS OF :
take to help its community? Congress providing for $75,000for Supervisors of Clewiston Drain- : SAID SUGARLAND DRAINAGE : Phone 53
this work or a temporary survey age District, a public quasi : DISTRIGVT. having or claiming :
corporation organized and existing : any right, title. or interest in :
the fund to be matched by the under the laws of Flor- : Sugarland Drainage District :
New Markers Are
state. He also introduced with many ida, and CLEWISTON DRAIN- : or the taxable property therein :
I AGE DISTRICT, s. public quasi : :
others of the representatives, a corporation organized and existing : Respondents. :
Placed On ,ReefA memorial to Congress asking fora under the laws of Flor- : ORDER AND NOTICE TO VALIDATE
ida, : $191,500 PRINCIPAL AMOUNT OF HOME LAUNDRY
more appropriate. old age pension Petitioners, : REFUNDING BONDS OF SUGAR-
plan. vs.THE : LAND DRAINAGE DISTRICT.TO .
temporary marker has been STATE OF FLORIDA, : I THE STATE OF FLORIDA, AND
placed in Lake Okeechobee between -: Among local bills introduced and AND THE SEVERAL PROPERTY : THE SEVERAL PROPERTY OWNERS Reasonable Rates
passed was one providing for the OWNERS. TAXPAYERS : TAXPAYERS. CITIZENS, AND,.
beacons 3 and 4 to mark the CITIZENS AND OTHERS, INCLUDING .: OTHERS, INCLUDING NONRESIDENTS -
channel through Rocky Reef and county school board to receive one- NONRESIDENTS OF : OF SAID SUGARLAND
third of the 'race track funds and SAID CLEWISTON DRAIN- : DRAINAGE DISTRICT, HAVING OR Mrs. P. S. Maynard
;' prevent craft from coming to grief l. AGE DISTRICT, having or : CLAIMING ANY RIGHT, TITLE OR
the board of commissioners
county interest INTEREST IN SUGARLAND DRAIN- 1
on the rocks in that area. claiming any right title or :
two-thirds; another to permit year in Clewiston Drainage : I AGE DISTRICT OR THE TAXABLE Hay Building
The marker is about a thousand around hook and line fishing in District or the taxable property: PROPERTY THEREIN:
therein, : A petition for the validation cf
feet/west of a direct course between the county' which eliminates the Respondents. : I One Hundred-one Thousand Five I
and AND NOTICE TO VALIDATE Hundred Dollars 'princi-
lights approximately 4,000 county from the closed season in ORDER ($191,500.00)

feet south of light No. 3, about one-,, the spring on black bass fishing;

third the distance between the I another which affects the huntingin I I.:..:...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:....:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.,.:.
lights. It is a single piling with I :.'N:N.-.N.1:1. :.N.N.N.H.::.N.N.N.N.1N. .N.1.N.N.11.N.::.IN. ./:.N.N.N.H.N.N.:I.I:.IN'. '1:1:1:1N. .N.11.NaN. .11N. .H.N.N.11.1111. .1:.N.N.1 .1:111:1N. .11.N.N.N.N.H.ti.N.:.N.1:.H M...
the the
county and is same as y; .
finger directing traffic to the westof I the general law which was defeatedin I y;
the marker. course from this ;; v
the senate,to cut fifteen days
marker to Light No. 4 passes be- off the end of the regular season H '. l
tween two piling with finger mark-
and make hunting possible onlyon ENJOY
ers about a half mile apart. certain days between December n AN .

The rocky reef runs all the way 1 and January 31. : :::;: .., ... ... .:',: < :!::i:

from Observation Island to Paho- Among other local bills passedby :::;: .. :' -" :::;:
,
kee and water over the shoals var- ', ....:.
Mr. Stewart were those provid- ALL ELECTRIC -.
ies in depth. This present A pass ing for salary increases for mem- :!:::: t..: ;:::,:.. : I..:'.:,; :!:::
the shoal is the best of the '
across bers of the board of county com-I :::: \ .. :: i- .. :, I ii:
few through the reef and >
passes a missioners and the members of the iiI E"t.
,; .'
route has been < H O M
proposed surveyed, county school board and also for j j : :
,
and will probably be marked in XTA
the establishing of a county court ,
the future which will As
near bring .
boat traffic through with an average for Hendry county. The new court I; c\ ALV ::::::
would provide a fixed salary for v
of nine feet of water at low I v
the county judge and turn over the
lake level. This is almost six
teen hundred feet pass in width. I office fees to the clerk of the court :::i: is the modern that
who was named in the bill to be Electricity servant; a servant :::::

the present clerk of the' circuit takes of both the work and the of the A!:.
Exams Now Open For court.In :;::;: care pleasures ::: .

commenting on these bills Mr.1 home and one that will do everything quickly, efficiently 1 ::::

Substitute P. O. ClerkThe Stewart stated that he was urgedby
; and economically. : ::
county officials to pass these II:

bills but as he was unable to find 1I ***.*

United States Civil Service out the sentiment of the majorityof :;::_: $ One 'penny will toast 26 crunchy slices of toast, or ::::VXX:

Commission,
announces an open the voters back home he passed

competive examination for filling;; them with the provision for a. ref- :!::_!:: give your eyes two hours of safe reading light or operate :!:::

the position of substitute clerk at erendum which would force a vote :::: your radio for most of a day-and-ELECTRICITY is :::;:
65c an hour, in the Post Office by the people of the county before

Service, Clewiston, Florida, for they could become operative. It is :;::;: one thing that gets cheaper the more. of it that you use. :...::..:
which the of .
receipt applications probable that the question will be

closes June 19, 1939, and applica- voted on at the 1940 general elec : .....
tions must be on file with the manager ::.::?:: V That is why it is so easy to have and enjoy a h.:i::;: II.
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:, Fifth U. S. Civil Service District tion.With Rep. J. H. Peeples of Glades I... that IS. all electric. and modern. :
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New Post Office Building, At county Mr. Stewart introducedbill a XV:. ::

lanta, Georgia, on or before that providing for a transaction ta?' :! ':: :i:':'

date. for old age pensions. This bill was! x
Applicants must be at least 5 killed in committee. He also failed I? I .:..::,

feet 4 inches in height, without by one vote to get on the calendar ;v .
shoes. At the time of appointmentmale a -bill providing for a two per cent .::vAS ELECTRICITY IS YOUR CHEAPEST SERV :!:::

applicants must weigh at increase on state tax on pari-mutuel >A xx
least 125 :: .:..:.
pounds in ordinary cloth- betting which he estimates would

ing, without overcoat or hat. Height I have added two and a half millionto :;::;.: ANT-USE IT EXTRAVAGANTLY. :i_:::

and weight requirements are waiv- the state revenue from the racetracks itI xx

ed for persons entitled to prefer- H

ence because of military or naval Mr. Stewart stated that he voted ; ::::::

service. Preference in appointmentwill against salary increase measures and .:...:. 1-' ..::....:...

be given to bona fide patronsof all retirement plans. He was inter-I X'i': : !

the Clewiston, Florida, Post Office -! ested in raising more money for .:.::: !* vA

:. old age pensions, he said, because :i:';' I ::::::
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Full further information and ap- several thousand who are now ap-

pliaction blanks may he obtained proved for pension have never re- ***

from the Postmaster, Clewiston,' ceived a dime because the money I I Glades Power and light Co. Y :

,Florida; or from the office of the is not available. He voted againsta

manager Fifth U. S. Civil Service sales tax each time it came up .

District New Post Office Building, and says that he is convinced that Vv
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Atlanta, Ga.Postmaster. no matter how much money is made :ii::: ++
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available in new taxes at each ses- .:.. : : .
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A. W. Sias states that sion, the next session will findneed I V . . . . . . . . !
the Clewiston office will probably for additional revenue. ::f:::;::::,:::lwiM:NNN1ir:NYNN NNYw:::MiY:::::NIiHN1iMNNN::::NNN:1:IHNN11NNiau.iN:::iii:iiy:NN W-%

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1 I Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Stewart and 1''''I Mrs. Leslie Miller, Mrs. B. H. Cut-I urday evening from 7:30 until 8:30 J. M. COUSE
Mrs. Foy Durrence returned over I tino and Mrs. B. C. Flaniken. and before all the Masses. i

&J. the week-end from Tallahassee I Week-day: Mass every morning: at Counselor and Attorney 'at Law
I
G [ Personals )I where they have been during the I I 7:30. "

session of the legislature. p m. mlJ.BI II Devotions in honor of Our Ladyof I Hopkins Building

I (' Perpetual
Help are
I /v WITH THE I conducted Wednesdays' and Saturdays
T. B. Shelley, Emmett Shelley, I I Friday evenings at 8 o'clock, followed -

Miss Frances Morgan spent the I I Dr. J. W. Ezelle, Fred Curry, Bill, B Churches by Benediction of the Most 9:30 to 4:00
week-end inVest Palm Beach. I( Owen and Keathley Bowden formed I I Blessed Sacrament. 'i 1

.. the Clewiston team which played) !f
3 Religious Instruction Class for
d
Mrs. J. and golf at the Lake Okeechobee club '& ? JffiIIWlllii: n mmrnl; i/yiMi; rnl : Children
: Dir and H. Oglesby : ,m!, [ Saturday morning at nine, jTHRILL-PACKD DAY!
i.;' family have returned from a trip at Port Mayacca Sunday afternoon. here in Clewiston, and after Sunday't ForHIGH SCHOOLBOY:
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHCorner
.-; to the World's Fair in _New ''York. I Mass in Pahokee. 4j J
Grantham Ventura and Central Avenue
Miss Eva is moving j II YORK
The Mass schedule of Pahokee is NE
I "The
Sunday to LaBelle to reside. Miss Friendly Church"Marshall
Mrs. L.. A. Wells is spending a. I 10:30 every Sunday, excepting the
Grantham, who has been workinga I Mines, pastor. I g
... few weeks visiting her parents in'I II last Sunday of the month when J'OR1D'SIR
I
: library project in the local high I I 9
,-. ..:'.'.. Cordele, Georgia. school under the WPA, has been Services every Sunday: Mass is at eight o'clock. The pub-
.. lic, regardless of
religious belief,
'. I accepted in the LaBelle High Schoolas Sunday school 9:45 a. m., B. E.I
:
:. Mrs. Floyd Hanna and sons, Bob librarian In both the high school Herring, Supt. is always welcome In this church. OPPORTUNITy of A LIFETIME

'. .. and Billy, are spending the summer and elementary libraries.Mr. Morning worship 11:00. .Sermon
,> with relatives in Edon, Ohio. by the pastor. > to see the World's Fur end wonder of N..*
_: r. ; 1 I FOR SALE-Cheap for cashbedroom York it fuel *n amjunjty low price. Live in
_ ', J and Mrs. Frank M. Rod- B. Y. P. U. 7:00 p. m., A. H. t college dormitory and enjoy the ctmpui life
,; :' Mrs. Carl Johnson and son, Jim-/ riguez have returned from a'visitto :[King director; Mrs. Herman Davis, suite, steel folding bed, of FordhiTi Umvcriity; ..see "The World of
. ,- mv.. left Tuesday. for a visit with their former home in Gretna,.associate. chest of drawers, kerosene heater Tomorrow" n !hundred of ohibit buildings,
---- ---- .. radio maple davenport and the dup'ty! of loieign: ration*, and the coloiul
: relatives in Live Oak. Louisiana. Their daughter Shirley Evening preaching at 8 m. I
." I p. chairs to match, two occasional arnusemcntsecGen of the World' Fiir. ViiilRiJio
t --- Ruth, who attended school there ,
Sermon the ; and d
by pastor. City :ce* hear a real radio broadcast -
chairs, rug, washing machine
{ <:! "" Mr. and Mrs. John Lucaa returned I returned to Clewiston with them Midweek service every Wednesday kerosene matched table I, ; 30 aboard an ocean liner; impect giant
'.If,, : Saturday from a visit in for the summer. Mr. and Mrs. Sam! evening at 8 p. m. stove I j newspaper plant; ice great ships of the U. S.
: j and four chairs, carpet sweeper, Navy and other unforgettable wonders of the
"
:'; ',1.'' New York City. Gomez, a sister and brother-in-law, W. M. S. each 2nd and 4th "
.. .. I end table, kitchen table, fishingrod 613 Citvu. Tours begin on Sundays.. never
'. .. also came for a short visit. I Tuesday. at 3:30 at the church, Mrs. I kodak, and other small ar- a dull moment for 7 full days I IFATHERSandMOTHERS

Miss Virginia Jordan is leaving IA. R. Broadfoot, president. ticles. Call at the home of Rev.
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,.. .:', tomorrow to spend her vacation .MRS. FLAXIKEX: ENTERTAINS Sunday school teachers and officers -I Marshall Mines. '
.' '. ; with her mother in Atlanta. lAT BRIDGE TUESDAY meeting Wednesday at 7 This Student Tour will do your boy a world of
I educational sood.. Leading educators supervise;
p. m. the of the Tour. ..
-' I I program youn college men
: Mrs. F. A. Flanders and daughter Mrs. B. C. Flaniken entertained public is invited to 11
", I cordially FOR RENT:-Three room apart- act as counitllori, one for every six boys .
::-.: Phyllis, of Moore Haven, were![with two tables of bridge at her laftend all our services. staff of physicians and nurses of the college
; ',: visitors here \Tuesday.t 'I I home on the government reserva-: The pastor's sermon topic tort I) ment with private bath. Either infirmary guard his health. Your boy will be in
t Ition I Tuesday afternoon. A box of Sunday morning will be "The Four furnished or unfurnished. Mrs. E. safe hands, under expert care and guidance.

, Mrs. E. E. Jeffcoat and children j I Yardley's bath salts went to Mrs.I. Houses of Civilization". In the evening -I A. Schult. 1t Make cost educational it possible tour.for him to enjoy this; fine,low- ..

r' left this week to spend a few weeks', M. Pafford, who won high score,i the message will be "Winning,

with relatives in Augusta, Ga. and a 'box of note paper to Mrs. G. i I the Battle with Self". The choir t 100 REMEMBER $39 INCLUDESall
FOR SALE: 10 to acres good
T. Augur, who made the lucky cut., will sing a new anthem called "The I meals and room in college dormitory, all
Miss Marcia Avant, Mrs. H. C. Bottles of Yardley's perfume were II Old, Old Story." cane and vegetable land, One- World's Fair admissions, all sightseeing! and

Avant and Mis. :M. D. Bledsoe spent presented by the hostess to Mrs.F. : The mid-week service this week fourth mile from cane hoist in other scheduled features, even tips ... in Tall .

X Tuesday in West Palm Beach. I 1 D. Hessey, of Jacksonville, Mrs.j I continues with the study of "Our Section 13, Township 44, Range expenses in New York..,everythingexcept
Reed, of Live. Oak' and
-, I :Boctrines" and the chapter topic 35. Terms can be arranged. S. Railroad Transportation to and from
>'1 .' E. E. Scott spent a few days I Ava Ezelle, of Boca Grande. I lis I "The Church and the Ordinan- Y New York Any Coast Line Ticket Agent will
McDowell Pahokee Fla. 4tj164M
B. ,
n"" this week with his 'family in' Fort Saltines, congealed salad and tea ces". If you have some wonderingsabout be glad to furnish literature, and complete de-
. Myers. I,were served by Mrs. ''Flaniken 'to II these the iails of these tours and quote the low roundtrip
to
things
' come
1- I fares New York. Give him
to a call today!
(': : r'xhF' Mrs. W. H. Lanier, Mrs. Pafford, prayer meeting Wednesday at eight

:' Mrs. Ben Reed of Live Oak is!I 1\Irs. W. F. Simpson, Mrs. K. Bow-, i o'clock and join in the discussion of

"' ', Y,; visiting her sister, Mrs. J. F. Curry' den, Mrs. G. T. Augur, Mrs. J. W. I this study. 1101\1 IE
and family. ,Ezelle Mrs. ''J. F. Curry, Mrs. Reed
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,r i The choir: will practice on Tues-
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'c, ; ,;' !and Mrs. Hessey.
day evening at S.
{ Mrs. M. G'. Mines and children OWNIRII
,..:, 1 have gone to DeLand for a visit :MISS AVA EZELLE HONORED The weekly teachers and officers

':\ with Mrs. Mines' parents. AT BRIDGE FRIDAY AFTERXOOX! meeting of the Sunday school will '
,,' I be held on 'Wednesday evening at )
..'<,' {' 'was I seven o'clcok. All Sunday school I
" Mrs. C. W. Simmons and Doris Miss ,Ava Ezelle honor guest
'. Simmons spent last week in Miamii i at a bridge given Friday afternoon, workers please be present. I
'
; visiting Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Cato. by Mrs. W. F. Simpson The Woman's Missionary Society 1)1')

.' ',. l Keathley Bowden at the Simpson I will meet on Tuesday afternoon at

: I' B. M. Gate of Miami is spending'!home.A thice-thirtv at the church for their 11;. .
'<. S a few days here visiting his parents, I vial of perfume''was given Miss I.I.monthly bt1'siness meeting and social I I V \ 'J.' \\t

l- '; Mr. and Mis. W. B. Cate. I Ezelle 'as guest prize. High score 1 hour. All ladies are urged to attend. !: I

d I prize at bridge, a luncheon set was I I I II YOU DON'T ",, )

.'t', ':: Miss Esther McCall of' Fort My-j:won by Mrs. F.. M. Wright ..Mtfs. J. I COMMUNITY: CHURCH I II
ers was a business visitor here:F. Curry won a pair of hand tow : Royal Palm Avenue I NEED CASH FOR YOUR d

r ,C Tuesday. els as cut prize. I ,
; Forest C. Taylor, :Minister i
.r :'.' Ice cream and cake were served REPAIRS or REMODELING
Mr. and Mrs. P. :M. McIntyre''j' ': by the hostesses to Miss Ezelle,I

have returned from a recent visit II Mrs. J.V.. Ezelle, Mrs. J. F. Morningvorshlp and sermon

'. with relatives in Alabama. ry, Mrs. .. B. C. 'Flaniken, Mrs.cur-I next Sunday at eleven o'clock. ConsiderfbEE 1

;:."> ------- I B. Shelley< Mrs. I. M. Pafford, ; Sunday .school every Sunday at DELAY
: _' Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Mills and I I F. D. Duff, Mrs. F. M. Wright, Mrs. 9 : 45. B. C. Flanikeu, Supt. NO

'.... sons, Gene and Bub, spent Sunday W. C. Owen and :Mrs. D. M. 1[ The Senior Christian Endeavor RED TAPE AngUs
",: in Fort Myers. Draughn Mrs. F. A. Flanders and I t I meetings are ,being held now on I

..., ';. -- Mrs. J. M. Couse of Moore Haven. Monday evenings at seven o'clock. Owning your own home is real !

::'e \ A.V.. Dodge has returned from:I The Mission Study Class meets .'--....,, "" '".......". .;--A l'1;;;'1I 1<: .1.1'Ji economy because you save the
b.i -:, ,- a recent' visit with his mother in JUNIOR S. S. CLASS every Monday afternoon at two landlord's profit. Any family need :
r I ROYAL 'LUMBERCOMPANY home will do well look
Savannah, Ga. HAS PICXIC FRIDAY o'clock. frig a to at
" I
: < t I --- The public is cordially invitedto our selection of homes and buy I i
,
: .., ,!,' : I Miss Irby Clay of Alva is the II I A class picnic was given for the I worship in the Clewiston Com- before real estate values increase

J,, ',<"'::'.".f :_ guest this week
. ,' ..'. .,' A. L. Hackett. : Sunday School Friday, Mrs. Carl ownership your
; I I Johnson, Mrs. R. H. Knight and ST. MARGARET'S CATHOLIC home thru payments like rent.

' Miss Runelle McGehee has returned -I I Mrs. E. C. Mills accompanying a I II CHURCH \ '

' i :.' from Monte Verde, Fla., group of boys and girls to the picnic Rex. Laurence J. Flynn, Pastor Clewiston Federal
.':;.':< .. ::::i*
; : where she attended school the past grounds near LaBelle. :.
year. I Wading in the little stream, ,out- Mass each Sunday morning at Savings and Loan
_______ I door games and a bountiful picnic 8 o'clock, excepting the last Sun

Mr. and :Mrs. A. C. Clewis, Jr.,I lunch occupied the youngsters mostof day 10:30.oL the month when the time is AssociationBulding

of Tampa were ) the day:
over the week-end. They flew over I Those attending were Charles and Confessions are heard every Sat-

from Tampa' Saturday afternoon. .1_Rachel------- Miner... -Richard-- --,n- n and n--Christine Jimmy I I .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:,.:..:..:..:..:..:..:;.:-:..:..:..:..:-:..:-:..:..:..:.
'. : Knight, Jimmy Johnson,
'i. :Mr. and Mrs. H. J. B. Scharn-' Espenlaub, Gene and Bub Mills,

.'" : ': berg left Wednesday to visit in' Kay Bowden and ,Bobby Berner. j I YOUR Home i iW
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'.:> : :> Boston and New York for a few
'i weeks. GIRLS AUXILIARY OFBAPTIST Good FarmLand

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.. CHURCH MEETS
.;- .. : ..' :Mrs. J. E. Lovvorn of Okeecho-

" .. :' ..:J bee spent Sunday here with Mrs. The Girl's Auxiliary of the Baptist :!: e C anY --- ::
'. r. : Keathley Bowden and Charles. Lov- church met Tuesday afternoonat I t

i :( vorn. I the home of Mrs.. Arch Hodges.
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...... '" Taking part on the program were for Rent
;- .Mrs. C. J. Lovvorn returned Monday Elizabeth 'Winn Doris Simmons,' Jo :: ::

from a two weeks' visit with Ann Walker, Wilma Jean Tingle.
; relatives in Baker and Gainesville Others present were Marilyn Davis -I I:: Furnish Modern Low ::_::
Florida.
Barbara Broadfoot and Doris
Hedges. Refreshments of punch and
) Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Simmons, cookies were served. | Cost Plans '
#.! Doris Simmons, Mr. and :Mrs. W.
k H. Warren and baby were week- :SIRS. PAFFORD HOSTESS Trespassers'

: end guests of J. H. Seymour in I TO WEDNESDAY BRIDGE CLUB |I I
W Eau Gallie. Will Be Arrange Financing

Mrs. I. M. Pafford was hostessto 5'
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hall have I members of the Wednesday ProsecutedClewiston .
!
I And
returned from Live Oak where they Bridge Club and a few other friends : I;

;, visited Mrs. Hall's mother, Mrs. at her home on the reservation : y
R. R. Graham, and from a visit Wednesday afternoon. y

'; with relatives in Lakeland. High score prize, a pottery vase, I[ Require SO LITTLE CASH *

was won by Mrs. T. B. Shelley, cut ,
Mrs. U. Ullendahl of 'New York prize, a lovely picture went to Mrs.G. .

City arrived his week to join her T. Augur. Guest prizes, corsages,
husband, and will reside in Clewis- were presented by Mrs. Pafford to '? '
ton. They have taken one of the Miss Ava Ezelle and Mrs. F. D. Realty And '


," .;.. .. Schult apartments. Hessey.Fruit salad, wafers and tea were DevelopmentCorporation f > 1. E. BEARDSLEYReal i f

: Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Zander and: served to Miss Ezelle, Mrs. Hessey,

1. ':'.Miss Mary Louise Zander of Okee-II Mrs. Dave Alston, Mrs. G. T. Augur -I y y

r chobee spent Sunday here visiting I Mrs. K. Bowden, Mrs W. F. :: Estate Hopkins Bldg. :::
1.- their daughter and sister, Mrs. Wallace Simpson, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mrs. :
Arey and Mr. Arey. T. :i: :::
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.1hfl'Cfl COMES a MOMENT maturely ANSWERS teacher's: hair that gray turn pre-the


The gold standard means
that one is "a believer in si-

lence. ("Silence is golden.")
: A crematorium is a machine
ELINOR MAXWELL which separates cream from
By i milk by a scientific process.

AH Baba means being some-
O ARCADIA HOUSE PUBLICATIONS-WNU SERVICE where else when the crime was
I committed.

A specter is a man who
CHAPTER XI-Continued win! I'm playing on your luck, Mary "Piker!" jibed Mrs. Bascom.: "Unfortunate," purred Balianci.. cheers a baseball team.
-11- I -fifty dollars' worth of 'chips!" "I don't care if I am," Mary re "Very unfortunate. I am crushed." Matterhorn is a horn 'blown l

Fifteen minutes later, they were I The ball was still bouncing. Then, torted. "I'd be a fool not to quit "Oh, I guess not!" Lelia retorted. i by the ancients when anythingwas

entering the crowded rooms of the with a spasmodic jerk, it rose in the now." "In fact. I think you'll survive very the matter.A .
Club Torquay. The scent of 'expensive air, and fell with a brittle thud on "Yes, you would, Mary," Aunt hap ,ily. I might even recommend prospectus is a man who
perfumes, cigarette smoke, and number four. "I won again!" Mary Linnie, who had just returned from ''I something to speed your recovery." looks for gold.
food in the offing, filled the place. cried, turning around and lookingat the powder room, agreed in a low "And that is?" Balianci mur
Men in dinner coats, women in eve- Count Balianci. "How much is voice. "Cash in!t" mured. "
ning gowns sat around the gaming it now, Umberto?" "I want my chips cashed," Mary "That you book passage on the
tables, while persons wishing they Balianci removed a cigarette from told the banker, and her voice trem- Iroquois sailing for Havana tomor- Correct Colors for

had seats stood behind them, watch- his mouth. "Two hundred and eighty bled with excitement. row noon! I happen to know that Curtains SlipcoversBy
ing the play. dollars, fearatasa, not counting the "Oh, Aunt Linnie," Mary breathed, Mrs. Ulmstead, widow of the soap- ,
"
Two seats were finally vacated, eight dollars you played." "isn't it just too miraculous" ? flakes potentate, and her two home- RUTH WYETH SPEARS
and Aunt Linnie and Mrs. Bascom "Two hundred and eighty dollars "Yes, darling, Linnie replied. ly, but, oh, so well-endowed daugh-
hurriedly slipped into them. "Are !" Mary exclaimed. "Well, it is "I'm very happy for you." Then, ters, are listed among the passen- "DEAR MRS. SPEARS: I have y
to Mrs. Bascom and to Bali- your Book 1-SEWING for
you going to play?" Miss Cotswell time for me to stop! turning gers.
anci, whose swarthy face was as "Ah Mrs. the Home Decorator, and the directions
asked Mary over her shoulder. "Don't you dare! cried Mrs. Bas Ormsby! How you
"Heavens, not"! Mary answered, com, grabbing a fifty dollar bill blank as the croupier's, "We'll see, wrong me! How can you think .?" for slipcovers are so clear
in
and glanced across the table just from her purse, and signaling the you later in the foyer! Lelia pushed past him, her head the sketches that I have decided -

in time to see two more people get banker for more chips. "Play just "All right," Mrs. Bascom" replied. high; her face flaming. "Good night, niture to cover my living room fur-
If win this "I'm nearly through. Count Balianci. You'd better which'consists of a daven-
their Mary. run
a defeated expression on once more, you
up,
Balianci bowed but said port, a club chair and
nothing. a wing
tired faces, and Lelia and Balianci time, you'll really get something along now. You haven't a momentto chair. I
"Come into the would like to have
worth while." on powder room, lose. your
slid into their little gilt and rose-
velvet chairs. "Faites votre jeu!" the croupier Mary," Aunt Linnie murmured, "to A second later, she joined Linnie suggestions for "colors for these
and for curtains.
Miss Cotswell opened her evening commanded icily."I count your winnings, andregainyour and Mary in the powder room. Mrs.
With this
letter
bag, extracted a fifty dollar bill, and want my chips, please," Mary equilibrium. Bascom, having lost three hundred tailed there was a de- i
asked the long-faced banker for fifty hastily informed the assistant crou- "I must have won about seven dollars, had finally left the roulette description of the rug in the
one-dollar chips. pier nearest at hand; and, with a hundred dollars," Mary whisperedas table, and was there, too."Balianci's room. It is not important that the
made their rug color scheme be followed exactly -
the
they way through
The game went on and on. The not feeling well,
placing of new bets before each crowded room., "But, Aunt Linnie, Mary," Lelia said. "He's asked to

spin began!. The whirl of the wheel I it really belongs to you. It was be excused." 0
The bouncing of the ball-on Blackor your money I played with. "Oh, all right" Mary replied, .Q/ STRIPED IN COLORS 2.3.4DAVEVENPORPORT -
Red-on number twenty-seven! "Fiddlesticks!" said Miss Cots- thinking, "Maybe, with this nesteggto VALANCE-4

Here, there, until it settled on the :z q\ well. "I gave you those five counters see Dad and Mother along for a BACKGROUND WING CHAIR-COLOR AND 2
winning number. and it was your own good luck while, I won't have to marry Bali- 2 ALL SEAM BINDIN6S-4

Mrs. Bascom had lost consistently that made them win." anci or anybody! "I'll tell him to- ,

; had purchased one batch of chips "Then," said Mary, "you must, morrow that I've changed my mind. DOMINANT IN PATTERN
after another; but Aunt Linnie, bet- at least, take half. If you hadn't Of course, it was never made up! C'I

ting, as she said, "like a piker," given them" to me, I'd never have He simply took things for granted.Oh \

had been fairly lucky. played. thank heavens, this happened} IN SECONDARY PATTERN
Balianci, after a brief time, relinquished "Hush!" commanded Miss Cots Aunt Linnie says she won't take a
his seat to Mr. Bascom, well. "Not another word out of you cent of the money-that I earned it r rBRIGHf? TT""

and was now standing next to Mary, about my sharing your little for- all-that every bit of it is mine. Sev- .
his moist hand encircling her elbow. tune. Every dime of it is yours! en hundred and twelve dollars. ACCENT

Linnie had asked her again and Vl \\1 Here's the powder room. Come in What a windfall at this time! I'll

again if she did not wish to play; db 1 i and freshen up. You"look asyou'd if send Dad a money-order 'for six but do make a little chart of -
had even offered her a bunch of been in a cyclone. hundred and twenty-five of it tomor- the rug colors as shown here at the
counters when an adjacent seat had In the meantime, Lelia, havinglost row. Maybe I'd better send him left. If you do not wish to repeat

suddenly been vacated; and again all that she had intended to more, yet with Aunt Linnie going the background color for your

and again, Mary' had firmly re play, relinquished fier chair to away and my being left on my own, walls, use a pale tone of one of
fused. the gaunt old man who had been I really believe I'd better hold out the other colors. A stronger tone

Eventually, however," Linnie had standing behind her for the past the remaining eighty-seven in case of any color in the rug may be-
half hour. Balianci appeared at of an !" come your accent color.
risen from her chair. "Listen, Ma- emergency
her side immediately. There was a NOTICE: Book 1-SEWING for 1
ry, she whispered, "I simply haveto
go to the powder room. Now iiIi frown between his brows, and his CHAPTER XII the Home Decorator, and No. 2, "'\

here are five chips for your very dark eyes smoldered. "May I havea Gifts, Novelties and Embroideries ),

own. Please play them while I'm word with you, Mrs. Ormsby?" Mary woke early the next mar are now 15 cents each, or
he asked his voice thick and for-
so both books for 25 cents. Readers
Hold this seat for
gone. me, orsomeone'll ing, her mind filled with happy
eign she could hardly understandhim. who have not secured their copiesof
grab it the minute I thoughts of the money she had won
these two books should send in
leave. Whatever you win with themis at the Club Torquay. Sheovondered
She glanced at him sharply. Had their orders
immediately
as no
,
yours. Go on, darling. how she'd dare and
just soon get
up
the man been drinking? "But no, more copies will be available,
Thus importuned, Mary grudgingly Mary jumped from her chair. speed to the nearest branch post-
she told herself "he couldn't have.He's .
when the present supply is ex
,
took Linnie's "I'm she announced.
place at the table. through office. She wanted to get a money-
been right in this room ever hausted. Your choice of the
Everybody about her was intent order off to her father
as quickly as
"
quick motion of the man's rake, her since we got here. Aloud, she said, QUILT LEAFLET illustrating 36
placing chips on their chosen
upon I possible. She wanted, too, to send a
like.
winnings deftly deposited in "If you authentic patchwork stitches; or
were
numbers or colors before the next note by special delivery to Balianci.
. front of her. "Let us move into the foyer," ,he the RAG RUG LEAFLET, will be
turn of the wheel, but Mary tell him
never I She must at once that her
having played roulette. before just Mary sat back in her chair in a suggested. "I must ask you some- included with orders for- both
apparent acquiescence to his proposal -
state of helpless indecision, castingan thing. books for the present, but the of-
sat there the
chips Aunt Linnie had of marriage, the night before, had
Without a word Lelia made for fer be withdrawn at
almost angry look at Mrs. Bas- may any
her
given clasped tightly in her
been mistake that she did not
a
;
hand. com. "If only thai woman would the foyer, Balianci at her heels. time. Leaflets are six cents each j
she told her- Once there, she turned about and love him; that she could not gc when ordered separately. .
"Go on and play," Mrs. Bascom stop urging me on, through with the thing.
whispered. "They don't like it when self, "I might be able to figure this confronted ,him. "Well" she said Send your order at once to Mrs.
people just sit around doing noth- thing out." coldly, "what do you want?" Suddenly, the door into the hall Spears, 210 S. Desplaines St., Chi-
ing." The phrase "Two hundred and "It is this," he began in a low opened softly, and Addie's. face appeared cago, Ill.

The "guests" were 'again placing eight 'dollars Two hundred and voice. "Why is Mary so extremely in the wedge. Mary raised
her hand as a signal to be quiet,
their bets on numbers or colors;'and eighty dollars! whirled dizzily excited over winning a few hundred
much dollars? She acts if she had but Addie tiptoed in, holding up to
rousing herself to action around in her mind. "How as gone
Mary NERVOUS ?
view Western Union
dropped just one of her five chips on that would mean to Dad! Yet, how mad with joy." a envelope; qui-
Black. Again the croupier his wonderful it would be to doubleit "Well, why shouldn't she?" Lelia etly approached Mary's bed, and,
spun countered. "Seven hundred dollarsare without a word, dropped it on the Do feel want to scream?
wheel and the ball you so nervous you
dropped Red
on ; coverlet. Then and irritable? Do scold
just as soundlessly, Are you cross you 4
It unthinkable of that not to be sniffed at by '
bounced out and landed on another was course, any- those dearest to you?
she made her the door and
Red; fitfully leaped out and settled she should risk one cent of those body, particularly Mary. She needs way to If your nerves are on edge and you feel
closed it behind her. need a good general system tonic, try
itself comfortably on Black. "You'vewon two hundred and eighty dollars. But that money, Balianci, and she needsit you Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound,
!" hissed Mrs. Bascom, who had why not take one last chance, win or badly." Mary hoisted herself to a sitting made especially for women.
again placed her chips on a losing lose, with the eight one-dollar chips? The Italian looked stunned. "But position, and hastily removed the other For how over to 60 go years"smiling one woman thru" with has told reliable an-

number. '"Leave it there! It's worth Before she could act on this decision how can it mean so much to her if message from its envelope. It was Pinkham's Compound.It helps nature build
she is heiress signed, she noted at once, "Umber- up more physical resistance and thus helps
?
two dollars now. however, the wheel had again an calm quivering nerves and lessen discomfortsfrom
"Just leave it?" Mary inquired been set in motion, and the croupier Lelia did not attempt to veil the to Balianci, and it read: annoying symptoms which often accompany

breathlessly."Of I was now calling out, "Rien ne va disdain .that she felt for the man.' FORGIVE ME MY DEAR BUT why not female give functional it a chance disorders.to help YOU?
course! Leave it on Black." plus!" "And where did you get the I FEEL I SPOKE IN HASTE Over one million women have written in
wonderful benefits from Pinkham'aCompound.
Again the croupier spun his wheel. Mary leaned forward, determinednot idea that Mary was an heiress?" LAST NIGHT AND THAT OUR reporting .
Again Black won. to be caught napping on the next Balianci spread his long thin PLANS HAD BEST BE FORGOT-

"It's worth four dollars now," said spin. She would have her chips. hands, the palms pointing to heav- TEN STOP AM SAILING FOR
Mrs. Bascom. "Black's evidentlyyour ready when the croupier again gave en.UBut she is Miss Cotswell's HAVANA TODAY ON THE IRO- Too Many Fools r

lucky color!" notice. Suddenly, she realized that niece! Miss Linnie Cotswell's own QUOIS. Two fools in a house are too

"Oh, but maybe it won'tvin she was still gripping in her left niece! She- dresses exquisitely. She Mary slowly reread the message; m'any by a couple.
again! Perhaps I'd better try a hand four of those five original chips leads a life of luxury!" then, forgetting that Lelia was

number now!" which had been Aunt Linnie's gift Lelia regarded Balianci for one asleep; forgetting everything except fWli Put just "2 drops" la
.
"Faites votre jeu!" admonishedthe to her, and, with a feeling of com- long, burning moment. "So, that's that this was quite the funniest thing I each nostril for quick

croupier coldly, and before Mary plete abandon, she added them to why you proposed to Mary," she that had ever happened to her, she bead relief cold from discomforts.SpringS
had time to do anything at all, his her prospective stake. "One more finally said. "I might have known burst into laughter. PENEYRO .?
wheel had again been turned, and play!" she told, herself sternly. you had some ulterior motive. Everybody "What's so funny?" Lelia inquired
her four dollars' worth of chips had "Twelve dollars! Win or lose!r" knows you're a fortune drowsily.
remained, willy-nilly, on Black. "Faites votre jeu!" came the hunter! A gigolo!" "Lei! Are you awake?" Aping Wisdom "
Again the bouncing of the ball command. "Perhaps it would be better to "I couldn't very well be asleep Cunning is to wisdom as an ape

here and there-and again Black Mary placed her final bet on num- say opportunist, Mrs. Ormsby." after that wild peal of merrimentyou to a man.

won. "Mary! This is uncanny! ber twenty-two. "That's my age," Lelia regarded his smiling face as just let forth! What's it all
Leave it there, darling. Your chipsare she told Balianci. "Maybe it'll bringme if it were something venomous. It's about, anyhow?"
Malaria-Chills
now worth eight dollars!" even more luck!" very fortunate for Mary that you'vediscov'ered (TO BE CONTINUED e Fever ||; .

"But it can't go on this way!" The croupier turned the wheel, so soon-she isn't a moneybag Tat reliable OxioW.; Slept chili and
Mary demurred. "I ought to stop and with enchanted eyes, she saw it for you to marry." Europe's Longest Gothic Church fver,cleans blood of malaria.Famous 0 .

now, or place those chips on some- go around again and again. The "You mean, then, she has noth- Winchester was the capital of for 50 y an. Money-back guaranlet ?4
thing else!" ball now clicked on to four; bouncedout ing? Absolutely nothing?" Wessex, one of the Saxon kingdomsof

"Well, do as you like, but I'm ; now dropped into number sev- "Yes, I mean just that. Mary's England which became the OXIDINEOny
switching to Black." en; _popped !out! Now it bounced up father is a lawyer in a small town. nucleus of the kingdom of England.It .
Mary grabbed her chips and again and then, incredibly enough, Mary worked in a book shop until was the place of residence and
looked about the table in search ofa settled on number twenty-two. she came to New York to be the coronation of early English kings

magic number. "My birthday'sthe "You've won again, Mary!" Bali- guest of her aunt. And, by the way, and the seat of early English par- = = 1
fourth of April," she told Mrs. anci almost shouted. "Four hundredand Miss Cotswell is probably not halfas liaments. The cathedral at Win-
Bascom. "I'm playing number four twenty dollars!" rich as you think. Besides, she chester, one of the major cathedralsof GOOD MERCHANDISECan
this time. Eight dollars on number Mary jumped from her chair. expects to enjoy a very happy life the world, is the last survivor of
four!" "I'm through!" she announced to for many years to come; and what's all this greatness. It is the longest Be CONSISTENTLY Advertised
The wheel spun. The ball bounced the table at large, and the croupierin more, I don't know that Mary wouldbe Gothic church in Europe. Amongthe
here and there. "You'll be sorry," particular. "Take my chips off! her heir-even were Miss Cots- notables buried there are Jane e BUY ADVERTISED GOODS 0
Mrs. Bascom whispered. "Black'll I'm going to cash them!" well to die tomorrow" Austen and Izaak Walton I




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;: : "Beauty is skin deep." "Yes suh drive "
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PAGE EIGHT TILL CLEmSTON NEWS FRIDAY, JUNE 9, 1939
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Eighth- I j! hits off the offerings of Forbes, on hge, were removed, permitting the Gulf; and waited until the next dayto
Wins For
I Big Inning |, the mound for Clewiston. .. lock chamber to fill slowly with go .through.

Line-ups: Pompano: Courson, ss; water. As soon as the chamber was "'

West Palm Beaten Sunday ) Green, 3b; Keen, If; Richardson, c; full the needle dams were remov- __ ()

u ------ --- .I Collier, rf; Hogan' 2b; Shiver, Ib; ed and the lock began operatingonce
|i I I! Walton/ cf; Robertson, p. Clewis- more..

The West Palm Beach Merchants to score low net for the field. I ton: Roberts, If; Bell, cf; Moore, There were three boats at the

.bunched nine hits, the first of them Other stars of the day included Ib; Hooks, ss; Beardsley, rf; Bryant north end of the locks for several FRYERS FOR SALE

a home run, in the eighth inningof Sam McKinstry who scored 2 of I I 3b; Carlton, 2b; Clark c; I days and Sunday afternoon a group

Sunday's game here to overcomea Pahokee's 2 1-2 points, and E. M. Forbes, .
l 11.lKivlanis of shrimp boats came up from the
i I
I
Geo. Messer
Clewiston lead and win
five run VanLandingham who chalked up aj I I

by a score of 1311. Seven run I3,! point slam for Belle)] Glade. Vanj I Resolution-

crossed the plate in the big ,eighth : Landingham, who happens to be I

inning.It I the Association's prexy and is gen-I i I Ii FOR HEXT.-Furnished garage -Countv LineHooker's

was the most exciting gameof erally known throughout golfing (Continued From Page One) apartment,' also one furnished t.{
I Point Road
the season here and a large circles as "Little Poison," had a of approximate! 26 % of the con- 'roo n. Phone No. 76. F. L. Williamson -
crowd of spectators was on handto 42-42-84. '
tinental market, and Puerto Rico, tf
see the battle which looked: likea Match .
sure Sunday's event was a a poss cslon of the United States,)I _ __ __ _______________________--------------; --------- --------- --
Clewiston win until the fireworks Nassau event in threesomes, one I I
Federal Income general
or
pays no
started by pinch-hitter Bon- representative from each of the I
tato our Federal Treasury, and
witz's home run, broke loose in the Association's three sections com
J
fatal inning. Only one WHEREAS, there are approxi-
eighth
jnai peting as a group. A possible 271 i j
in the entire Palm Beach line-up :nately 4,500,000 acres of land in
"skins" were scored on each nine. }
F11I
failed to connect safely in the in- The results: 1 the Everglades, 2,000,000 acres of ;;*
ning and Bonowitz made two appearances which are of the richest soil in
J. W. Ezelle C. 49-51-1 j
gross
f.b'. world. most of it lying idle.
,
!
adding'a single to his ,
--- ---- -
1100, handicap 29, net 71, points I S ( ;
home run the first time up. producing no revenue and being ; '
2 1-2, skins 28 1-2; M. L. Salmonte,!I fires and : IIIU'
The hits were almost evenly divided seriously damaged by I
B. G., gross 63-62-1'25, handicap
in number, Clewiston making j WHEREAS, there are approximately krp1 \
25, net 100 ; Will Jernigan, P., gross 1f5'{
seventeen safeties to Palm Beach's 200,000 acres skirting the '.
55-51-106, handicap 21, net 82, I
eighteen. Seven doubles were made j Eastern, Southern and Western
points 1-2, skins 25 12. &
by Palm Beach and five by Clewis- I shores of Lake Okeechobee, which, \
Tom Shelley, C., gross. 40-42-82, I
ton. 'f properly drained, could be put
handicap 6, net 76, points 3, skins I s4'J
Coburn ,Moore was on the moundfor almost immediately into sugar cane,. --
31 ; Ralph Kirk, B. G gross 454893 I
?
Clewiston and did very effec- creating employment for approximately -
handicap 12, net 81, no into oblivion
tive work in the first se\en innings, I. 100,000 heads of families, I I
points 7 skins; John Thomas, P., i
holding the visitors to six runs and I I with an annual income to the citizens -
gross 45-46-91, handicap 11, net
leading his team in batting as they i of Florida of more than $70- With Our Direct-Reduction Home
SO, no points, 16 skins. iI
fell on the offerings of Lobnitz I 000,000 and a sugar production of
Bill Owen, Jr., C.. 44-44-1 Loan Plan each monthly payment
for seventeen hits and eleven runs gross from 500,000 to.600,000 tons of \ ,

before he gave way in the eighthto 88, handicap 13, net 75, points sugar, .approximating only about YO'J 1rY INi F"ESiON cancels a portion of the loan. That

pinch-hitter Bonowitz. Dickinson 2 1-2, skins 24 ; W. R.' Dickinson, I'I 9 % of the nation's sugar requirement YONTAN

finished the game. Moore had a B. G., 51-53-104, handicap 25,1 I and. "-- part is goneyou pay no interest

perfect day at bat with four safe net 79, points 1-2, skins 21; J. S. WHEREAS, restriction of a non- "M NjHLY on itand you are that much near-

hits out of four tines at bat. Atkins, P., gross 60-55-115, handicap surplus commodity is basically unsound ot ECj r

Clewiston made a final desperate 25, net 90, no points, 9 skins. and un-American, and 1 OJCStON er debt-free home ownership. Ask'

attempt to tie the score in the I Keathley Bowden, C., 50-45-95, WHEREAS: Florida, the low-cost, NomLO and you shall receive further good
handicap 18, net 77, points 2, skins p1e
ninth inning and had the tying high-wage, producing ,area can pro-
runs on second and third base with 24 1-2; John Harris B. G., gross I I duce lower cost sugar for the ultimate news about: our home loan plan.

two out when Carleton groundedto 52-44.-96, handicap 14, net 82, I I consumer, and :

first for the final out. points 1. skins 181-2 ; J. WHEREAS, removal of restric- !

The box score: P., 'gross 53-51-104, caffey// tions on the continental sugar pro-

I rif--->\.\...ihtmiPlajer _. .. net 83, no points, ''11 skins. I ducers would result in the develop- Clewiston Federal Savingsand

tAb It II E i Emmett Shelley, C., gross 46-43 ment of Florida's greatest natural

Roberts -cf ................ 6 3 3 1 -89, handicap 5, net 84, no points, resource; in lower cost sugar for

Bell, rf ........................ .1 0 0 (0 1 4 skins; E. M. VanLandingham,"( the American housewife; in home Loan Association

Clark ............................ 3 1 1 0 B. G., gross 42-42-84, handicap 5, production of a non-surplus com-

Carlton, If ......:............. 5 '0 1 0 net 79, points 3, skins 24 1-2; V. modity; in increased employment at (

Hooks, c and ss ............' 5 0 1 0Beardsley C. Denton, P., gross 43-46-89, an American standard of wages;

rf, 1 b........ 5 1 2 1 handicap 11, net 79, no points, in reduction of enormous public f

Bryant: 3b __.................. 5' 2 3 1 15 1-2 skins.J. expenditures for relief by decreas- I NOTICE .; '

Ward, 2b .................... 2 0 0 1 F. Curry, C., gross, 50-52-102, ing unemployment; in added pur-

Baker, 1 b.................... 3 0 0 O. handicap 16, net 86, .no points, chasing' power in Continental Unit-

Hare, 3b .........__...___;.... 1 11 0 11 1-2 skins; W. J. White, B. G., ed States; in added business for

Hawkins, 2b ,__............. 4 0 l' 0 'gross 54-49-. 103, handicap 15, net American concerns; and in self-stis Notice is hereby given that the following described lands .or .so much
thereof as will be necessary to pay the amount due for SUGARLAND
Moore, p ....:........__.......' 4 3 4 0 88, points 1, skins 14 '1-2 ; Sam tA muent' in C.lose.df. war:
DRAINAGE DISTRICT TAXES for the years of 1937 and 1938 herein set
A van t ..:............=........' 0 0 0 0 McKinstry, P., gross 47-51-98, NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT opposite to the same, together with'the cost of such sale and advertising,

- handicap '19, net 79, points. 2, skins RESOLVED, that the Clewiston will be sold ,at public auction on the third day of July A. D. 1939, at the

45 11 17 4 28. I Kiwanis Club urge the passage of hour 'of 12 o'clock noon, at the courthouse door in the City. of LaBelle,

*Batted for Moore in ninth. Clewiston ........................ 10 !Senate Bill S 2461 and House Bill County of Hendry, and State of Florida. i

I'alniIleach :Belle Glade .................... 5 % HR 6426 removing the restriction ,

Plajer Ab R H E Pahokee ............................ 2 % ,. for continental sugar producers who

Bridges, 3b .................. 6, 1 1 1 Because of a shortage in Clewis- will not make application for Fed-

I Jones, 2b .................... 6 2 2 0 ton's third handicap group, Bill eral benefit payments, eliminating I ,

O'Rouike, ss ......._....... 5 2 1 2 Owen, 'Jr., competed in the Second : probable 25 % crop destruction, Cnl"'I'IO IDI

Boise, Ib .................... 6 1 5 0 Group givnig nine strokes to both caused by the order of 25 % reduction -! Amount
.= OWNER of 'rnxe
Pouilek, rf .............:...... 2 1 0 0 W. R. Dickinson and J., S. Atkins.\i in the production and market-! 01" IJAND .:: And Cot

Dennis, rf .................... 3 l' 1 0 Prizes were awarded for low ing; of sugar for 1939, as orderedby I ,

Sowell, cf ....__.............. 6 1 2 0 gross score, low net score and to the Secretary of Agriculture; and :=: I::; a

Stump, If ...................... 5 1 1 0 the two players in each section scoring be it further 1IJ. Eo< :::

Hadley, c .................... 5 2 3 0 the most "skins". The winners RESOLVED, that this resolutionbe

Lobnitz, p ; ,,,,, 3 0 O. 0 were as follows: sent to the President of the
h''''' ''u All Frac .,._.__.-...___......__._.- 1 43 32 19 Tax Delinquent ._.._...._._._.$ 16.12
Bonowitz 8th ............ 2 '1 2 0 Low gross, Tom Shelley; C., 40- United States, Honorable Henry A. All Frac ___.._M_._.._____._ 2 43 32 29 Tax Delinquent __.._.....__ 24.90
Dickerson, p ................ 0 0 0 0 i 142-82. Wallace, the Agricultural Commit- All Frac ....._w___.._.._._._... 3 43 32 5 Tax Delinquent ___..._...__._.. 4.701
All Frac _..._...___,....__-..__ ,4 43 32 13 Tax Delinquent ___..._..__.. 10.95 r
I Low net, J.V.. Ezelle. C.! 100- tees of both the Senate and Houseof All Frac ........__"'-...__._..........___ 5 43 32 56 Tax Delinquent _.._..::______ 47.70
49 13 18 3 29-71. Representatives and to each All Frac Nand Eof State
I "skins" Highway -___.._r....__.._._._.._ 6 43 32 40 Tax Delinquent 34.35
Batted for Lobnitz in eighth. Tom Shelley, C., 31 ,, Florida member of the Senate and All Nand Eof State

Leading Hitters in Clewiston I J. W. Ezelle, C., 28 1-2 "skins". the House; and be it further Highway _..._..._.....____..__... 7 43 32 59 Tax Delinquent _...__....-1-_ 50.48

1'lajer GAb H pet I E. VanLandingham, TG.., RESOLVED, that copies of this All Highway Nand_.._E_...of..____State L.__ 8 43 32 418 Tax Delinquent ...._..._.._?_..__352.23
Moore ........................ 4 15 10 .667 24 1-2 "skins". resolution be sent to all Kiwanis All Frac _._.._......__.._._ 9 43 32 583 Tax Delinquent _______._490.09
21 All Frac .........._?.___.-__,..- 10 43 32 579 ,Tax Delinquent ......_...._.._.....487.07
Beardsley................. 9 32 13 .406 W R. Dickinson, B. G., Clubs in the State of Florida, urg- All _........_..__.._._____._._____ 11 43 32 1 618 Tax Delinquent ......_._.._..__519.78,
Hooks ........................ 9 38 14 .368 "skins". ing that they adopt similar resolu- All except NJof N\V'/4 12 43 32 582 Tax Delinquent -_.__.._...____.489.04
28 "skins". member be N'of NWI,; .-.._........,._.__.... 12 43 32 39 Tax Delinquent .......___.._.- 33.30
Hawkins .................... 4 11 4 .364 Sam ,McKinstry, P., I tions and that each urg- All _.;.._._._:....___...,..._._._.._.. 13 43 32 609 Tax Delinquent ._.....;_...._..,_..__512. 7
Carlton ...................?. 9 28 10 .359 Will Jernigan, P., 25 1-2 "skins". ed to write the members of the All __..._.._.._...._._._........_.__.._. 1413 32 fin Tax Delinquent _.._._.._.__.501.59
I E% and N\V3i ____,_.__ 15 43 32 448 Tax Delinquent ___.._. ....._376.49
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.. meet their
..... third to.
Bryant ........?... 5 20 6 .300 The association's Florida delegation, urge All .._.___._..__:.__.._.__...._._...._ 24 43 32 1 623 Tax Delinquent ......__...._...._..__523.82
Clark .........-,2 3 1 .333 which will be held at the friends and business associates to All ___.-... ,..: .: __.____._.._-.,_ 25 43 32 623 Tax Delinquent :.__.._........._..._523.82
ton Golf CleWis-I I[ the of All _......_?,...,._____..:..___...-__.__ 36 43 32 611 Tax Delinquent .....____...___513.36
Club next Sunday, write demanding' passage All Frac .._._.....-..1._._._..__._,. 6 43 33 13 Tax Delinquent ____.__._._.._ 11.01
a Medal Nassau event. I I Bills S 2461 and HR 6426 ; and be All _._.__.._.._.:......_.._..__._._._... 7 43 33 628 Tax Delinquent ........,......__.......527.89 I r
it further All ___-__......_......._......____._ 8 43 33 628 Tax Delnquent! -_._._ _..._._.... .
CLEWISTON TAKES All __.___...._..._._.._......\.._._._..__ 9 43 33 628 Tax Delinquent _.____.__.._527.89 r
Sugar Wage- RESOLVED. that Mr. Jack Hoist, All exc S\V?(, of S\V 4of
of Fort Myers, Chairman of the SE1i ; 1V3ti of SW14
of SW4 ; E% of SE%
LEAD IN LAKE Public Relations Committee of the of SE14 of S\VJ/ _..........-. 10 43 33 593 Aripeka Farms Co. .......:_.....2192.26
(Continued Prom Page 1)) Florida Kiwanis District, recom- SWI.4 of SW u4 of SE14 :
'W4 of SWI of SW%;
by the secretary as Just and rea- mend the adoption of this or a similar of SWJEJh: of SE%
GOLF TOURNEY resolution by Kiwanis, Interna- of SEIi4 of S\V?! ._.___ 10 43 33 19 Tax Delinquent ".,_""",,.,,__,_ 81.57
sonable. A similar meeting to thatto 'V% S of' Nine Mile Canal 1113 33 27R Tax Delinquent ...._...._.............l1f 7.75
be held here is being held in. tional at their convention which lV% of E} of S\Vi ...... 12 .13 33 12 Alma 1". Yetter ..........._....._........_ 50.90
Louisiana this month. meets in Boston, Mass., June IS, All ........._..__....._......._...___._....._.._ 14 43 33 610 Tax Delinquent .........,_...._.._.._._25f 1.11
N\VIi and 1V? of SW?; 15 13 33 211 Tax Delinquent .............._._._..._.,887.98
decision ........... ......_...... 1615 Another section of the sugar act 1939. N% : SW'%I; 'Vof N\V V&
Belle Glado ...._.__..._...._ 15Pahokcc calls:! for hearings to set a fair price, of SEi ..__......_.....___...___._.. 16 .43 33 .167 Tax Delinquent _._..___._..__.....393.H
E1, of SEQ D'A of W%
...__........_.......... 13 H in comparison with prices paid the Locks Re-opened of SE1A. .-:._.._.-...._-... .. 16 43 33 120 Tax' Delinquent .._._..._..__._.......101.55 f1VJ
Clewiston, who preceding for of S'VI.4 of SE;% -r-__ Iii 43 33 19 Tax Delinquent _.__._..... 1...._.._ 111.24
came up spluttering season, sugar cane All -.._--.:-..:..-.-.....,..._-...-., 17 43 33 610 Tax Delinquent _.............:._......512.89
with a tight grasp on the cel- sold to processors who apply for At Noon MondayMoore All _..._..._.....___.___--.__.._T. 18 43 33 1 610 Tax Delinquent ...__..__.._.__._.513.35
lar position in the initial meet of I benefit payments on said cane. This All _.....?_,::_.__..._._._._......_....._ 19 43 33 631 Tax Delinquent ___.__._.__530..10
the All _._......_._._...._.----....._- 20 .13 33 f 630 Tax Delinquent ___.._._.529.90
Everglades Golf Asociation, section was included as insurancethat All '..__..__.._.___.......____.__._._ .. 21 .13 33 li26 Tax Delinquent ..-__._._...__525.87
completely reversed itself last Sun- growers would receive returns Haven Democrat) All except R n H/'V ...... 22 43 33 1 610 Tax Delinquent ___.___.._.___512.68
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day at All ........__................_._...._...__.._.__ 23 43 33 625(; ,Tax Delinquent ......___.._..___525.82W'h
the Lake Okeechobee Golf commensurate with those of the The reconditioning work on the ._..---.._.....:.._....,,....._?.....-......._. 24 43 33 30.1 Tax Delinquent ...._.__...._._25fi.51

Club possible to 18 score 10 points out of a processing company's own acreage. Moore Haven lock was completed 1Vti'All ...:::::=:\:::=.=:::::::::::::::::..-.:=:::::::.: 25 26 g 33 33 304 625 Tax Tax Delinquent Delinquent .__.:=::::=::::=.256.02.525.82:

and grab top place in Sunday: and the lock was put into All exc R n.HI'Y ____._ 27 43 33 Iil0 'fax Delinquent _...._..____.:......_512.68
the league standings. The lead, how- Win i use again at noon Monday permit- All _._.....___..?............-._._...,_._....:... 28 '43 33 625 Tax Delinquent ... ._._.__.?_._625.8i
Pompano
ever, is a scant All ..........._....__......_..__.-..._..._.__... 29 43 33 1:30: Tax Delinquent ...._..___._._._529.90
one, shading Belle ting traffic to again use the cross- All __......_..._..........._..:..._.._........_..._... 30 43 33 1131 'fai Delinquent ...._.....___..__530.40
Glade by a meier 1 1-2 points and 0 state waterway About eight boats All _.............__.._..-._.___...__._,._. 31 43 33 631 Tax Delinquent _..__.__...-..__530.36
but 3 points above ( '' '" I All __....._..._..__....__.:__,-_..._..__.. 32 43 33 1 630> Tax Delinquent ._.......______.,..__.529.90
Pahokee, who ( tt r." ? n"t" were waiting here to be locked All .__...................._..............................__ 33 .13 33 626 Tax Delinquent ........_._............._525.87
got off to a flying start in theAssocuition'b first and came back strong in the through as soon as it was put into All except R n H/'V .?... 34 .13 :53: 610 Tax Delinquent ............:.-....-...512.68
I All .... ._..._._:..._ Tax Delinquent ....._...._.. ......
first meet with an 11 second to score three runs on one operation.The All ._. _..__..... ... H i ig Tax Delinquent .. ._.: : ....- iiH
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point victory only to slump disastrously hit and a flock of errors. The same lock was closed on Thursday. All .. __.............. Tax Delinquent ..,._.. _. :::.._...
,at the second All......__....._..__._........._...._.__...._ 44 1 33 615 Tax Delinquent .... -.. __..
affray and thing
happened in the fourth Inning May 25, and every effort made to All n n ....._.... :3 H 33 599 Tax Dellnquent) ..._....._...._..........__503.65
chalk up but 2 1-2 points. and three more inns crossed complete the work as: soon as pos:: All oxcept......_..............._..-._...fi/\V......-.._....-..._.._. .1 .1,1 :t3 li13 'I'll" Dellnquent ..............-..........__.515.1
Tom Shelley, the Clewiston bomber the plate. Another ,All .._...?.........._,......?_._._......5-......:._....... !J' H 33: 61S Tax Delinquent} .519.36
run came in the sible. More work was found to be All _.____....._......_......_.._._._._.... Ii 44 33 610 Tax Delinquent ::.:=:==:::::=::.:::::::.512.85:
was Sunday's outstanding per- 8th and in the ninth a triple, a needed than anticipated and the All ._._._.......,.....___._._._._._..-__... :n 43 H: 625 Glades Land Corp. ._......_.._..525.82
former, scoring low gross for the double and three All ....__.._..__._..................__,j...._...... 32 43 94 1 625 Glades Land C 0 rp. ..__....____..525.82
day with 40-12 singles shoved four opening, sclieduled for Sunday. Juno All ...._.__.......____......._.......__..._. 33 43 34 1 609 Glades Land Corp _.................._.512.68
a -82 and winning runs across. After the first inning '4 was put off an additional day. All .._._.__....._....._.._.....__....-._...... 34 43 :H li16 Glades Land Corp. .._._-.-_.......51LR
3 full points for tho Clewiston aggregation Clewiston was ,held scoreless All _....,....._...._.. _.._..............._....._.._._ 3 H 34 605 Glades Land Corp, ......_...............508.
Dr. exceptfor Pumps used to keep the lock All ...-._._..__._.._...._...__.._....._..._... 4 44 34 606 Glades Land Corp. .. :. :
J.V.. Ezelle, another -, one run in the sixth. chamber dry while the work wasgoing All __._....._......_.............._.......,_.. 5 4. al(615 Glades Land Corp.: ::::::::,.:::=::.516.67All
Clewiston representative, startledthe Robertson Pompano hurler held ___.._...._.._..........._......._.,_....... 6 H 2-1 615 Glades Land Corp. ...____516.6-
I on were shut down Sundayand .
field as well as himself by Clewiston hitters to .four singles the canvas face on the two N. MILLER. .

knocking : off a '1-100-29-71 while his teammates 1:, collected ten needle _dams, used to prevent seep- Hendry Tax Collector County, Florida


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