The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00740
 Material Information
Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: June 23, 1939
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
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System ID: UF00028415:00740
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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Sugar Corporation Employees l Rec.eive$25OOO Bonus I




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S. S. C. To Continue :: :: : SUGAR TALKS : :ii) Some _
Employees Will

Improvements Despite ;;":' t, : : 'Lt; 1i: '

., Receive As
.' ., : ", By Clarence R. BittingThe ; ,:.\. High
='- : :.. } 't < -: 'ft:: ;;;; .

',. :: I Crop RestrictionsAlthough '. i :' {; ;' :' :' : } As $200.00
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: ,' considerable work has :.' '. __. ,. Three Legged Stool ,: Every employee of the United
>;.:. already been done by the United ., States Sugar Corporation is smil-

f'-..: States Sugar Corporation in its ... ing this 'week in anticipation of the
; summer program of ,re-modelling bonus check which he will find In

:. ;" and re-conditioning as well as new his pay envelope tomorrow for the

: construction, the first of July will -....! In our country modern society has been wisely likened to""a three ., corporation has announced that all

mark the beginning of the extensive legged stool in that it is supported by capital, labor and management.Take will share, in a $25,000 bonus distribution -

.:: summer program, by far the one leg off a three legged stool, ant it will no longer be self- to be made at that time.

:i- :' largest ever undertaken by the .supporting; remove any one of the three, elements of capital, labor and All classes of employees will be

:, corporation, it was announced this management and our modern civilization will collapse. We have all eligible to share in the bonus distribution -

t{:: '. week by Jay W. Moran, vice-presi- seen stools with many more than three legs, but examination will dis- providing they have beenin

rJ---;.: dent and general manager.. close the additional legs are more for ornamentation than usefulness; the service of the corporation
: At the sugar house, four of the In modern society there are, unfortunately, excess legs that, although throughout the year or, if seasonal

,::> seven boilers will be rebuilt and serving no useful purpose, cannot, by any possible stretch of the imagination employees, through the
past harvest
;*> new type furnaces installed, the be considered either as ornamental or entertaining; they'are season. The only exceptions are the

r: four metal stacks, will be replaced, simply parasites and, to the extent that they absorb the life blood department
heads and zone fore-
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7 a new evaporator of society, are detrimental.
:' body will be installed men who received stock bonuses at
k'..,, : to extend the capacity of In the production of sugar in the Everglades find an almost the President's Dinner in

;..->; the evaporator and mechanical circulating ideal condition for modern civilization, although the capital invested February.
devices will be installed iu therein has not, as ,yet, received' a fair 'return for its investment and Some employees will receive

; the risk. The executives, or management, of the sugar enterprise share amounts close to $200, the size
: i.
evaporators, two Oliver mud I
,'1.:.;', filters will be installed to replace in the rewards of production. The employees,. or labor, receive. first of the, check depending upon the

.;,' ': \ the nine manually' I consideration. Wages are, by far, the highest paid in any agricultural basic salary or earnings plus the
l : operated presses activity in the United States; real wages consist not only of the cash number of years employed in the
now in and
use the laboratory
returns, which in and of themselves are higher than elsewhere, but also organization.. Some of the colored
: building will extended. '
,:- / be Already include the excellent homes, free medical care; recreation, schools, cane: cutters 'will receive checks
: ,: underway; is the addition to the churches and other facilities and services made available without' cost '. ..' amounting to lmos't' hundred

; power house where new diesel generating to the employees in the Everglades; thus not only are the three basic dollars and the
average payment,
'(:;:. engines are being installed elements of well-being, shelter, food and clothing, cared for, but in
( particularly to the men of long
for the purpose of selling to the addition the all-improvement, but often overlooked, element of recreation -:'
service, is very high.
: local power company all the current : ( is covered. Excellent shelter for himself and family the sugar field .
This is the second in
) ,L-" ",-' needed as well as supplying extra employee receives free of cost; food and clothing, of excellent quality is year

! \ power needed .at the sugar house A', available at lower cost through company stores than is available elsewhere the corporation has made a bonus
; made, available to all who to share in it. -,; .:... distribution and not only the em-
:, during the summer., Winter power .:;';; ; ,, ; recreation. 'freely ; care '
f ..;-t, is given by the steam-operated gen The New Deal, finder the idealistic direction of President Roosevelt : ployees of the corporation but ev-

k erators. This work is being done has accomplished much good and many of the reforms that have been ery business man in the entire Ev-

a, to, improve the operating efficiency instituted will result in lasting, benefit to the people of the nation, erglades hailed joyfully the announcement -
,? but certain acts and actions have been far from beneficial and in this by the corporation that
;, and to take care of the extra loadon
regard we have particular reference to acts or actions that prevent the bonus would ag in'be given
sugar house brought about
the reduction of unemployment and which create unwarranted and this year. This bonus is given in
by improved canevarieties..
unjust. wage differentials between different parts of the country. addition to the highest .wage scale

The completion of the Townsite Sugar is a non-surplus crop; in fact we import more than 70% paid by any sugar producer.Sugar .

: plantation village is also included J of our needs of this vital necessity of life and yet, under the terms -
: .
".- in the new program with a and conditions of The Sugar Act of 1937, Florida is not even permitted

-" ,:' number of new homes and a new I to fill its own sugar bowl. Efficient operation of sugar 'properties in Hearing Here

athletic field to be, constructed just the Everglades has not only resulted in the payment of highest wages,

west of the Western Division Hos- but also in unit costs comparable with those areas operating on a Next WednesdayA

pital.In. .. peonage basis and guaranteed the bulk of the American market. Some

... ,', Azucar, in the Eastern Divis- --, years ago Henry Ford showed the world that high wages and low unit sugar rate hearing will be
ion, forty new double houses will costs go hand-in-hand in the automobile industry and the sugar pro- :
held here next Wednesday after-
be constructed as well as other new ducers of the Everglades have, more recently, proved the same con-

.,'. construction, including a new East- ditions in agriculture. Despite this outstanding accomplishment, and noon at the High School auditorium -
ern Division despite lip service rendered by Washington officials to the theory that by representatives of. the Department -
hospital similar to that
: ,:::,,; at Townsite the efficient producer should be encouraged, the most efficient sugar ... of Agriculture for the
Village. The
usual pro- producing area, the Everglades, is limited and restricted so that inefficient purpose of determining a fair and
bgram of
summer maintenance work producers,. and those producing sugar under conditions of reasonable wage"scale for fieldvorkers

r(7.-::. on all plantation structures is being peonage. may have exclusive and monopolistic rights in our market. in the sugar industry. The

>)" carried out at this time. After much heated discussion, the pulling of wires and playing c' meeting is similar to that held last

:,'.', This work on new construction j is,! upon the passions of inter-sectional! feeling, the Wages and Hours Bill year in Moore Haven.

:, t merely another step in the program was passed on the pretext that it would prevent the payment of starvation Under the Sugar Act of 1937,
:::,' of the corporation to provide the wages and, at the same time, eliminate wage 'differentials between sugar producers receiving federal

.. most up-to-date housing for '! its ) units in the same industry located in different parts of the country. benefits under the program must

:.. workers. The announcement by the Although sugar production is an agricultural endeavor and therefore not pay workers. wage decided, by the

'. : government of its plan to plow up subject to the terms of the Wages and Hours Bill nevertheless sincere .
II Secretary of Agriculture as just and
f. ,', ., a large acreage of cane and the ex- adherence to the underlying philosophy of such bill would eliminate reasonable. .

(','-,,_ isting low price of sugar has not the unfair competitive advantages now granted Louisiana sugar pro- I
I Another section of the act calls
'> : ,deterred the ducers.It. I
company in its plan
J\',;,' to provide is not the writer's desire or intention to decry the minimum "' i for hearings to set a fair price in
: adequate "accommoda .
, <' tions. wages heretofore. set for the production of sugar in the Everglades, comparison with prices paid the

F although the minimum wages ordered by Secretary. Wallace to be paid preceding season, for sugar cane
addition to
-- the building work, \ by Florida sugar producers are more than one and one-third times sold to processors who apply for

the maintenance of drainage facil- the minimum wages set for Louisiana and it is claimed, without fear ., benefit payments on this cane.

ities and certain additions to drain- ._>, of successful contradiction, that in most instances in Louisiana not .., Officials of the United States

age structures will provide for bet- more than the legal minimum wage is'' paid. Sugar Corporation as well as all

ter water control. The usual repair It costs just as much, if not more, to live in Louisiana as it does independent sugar cane growersIn

and conditioning of all plantation in Florida. The homes supplied field workers in Florida are far superior ". this area are expected to at-

automotive and railroad equipment to the shelter furnished in Louisiana. In Florida, medical care tend the meeting.
't.': is being taken care of. Necessary is furnished without cost to the field employee and members of his .

" cane replacements, plantings in unproductive family; it is therefore not deducted from the wages due him. In the USSC EMPLOYEES TO

fields with new varie- Everglades commissaries are operated on a cash and carry basis, there- HAVE 3-DAY HOLIDAY

ties, will be completed in the fall. fore the date cannot be added into the amount charged against the

employee. The Sugar Act of 1937 provides that wages shall be fixed Summer employees of the United

L. B. CRANE TO SPEAK for each area; when different conditions are permitted within an area States Sugar Corporation are well

: AT COJDl UNITY CHURCH I the term used is "farming community"; Louisiana and Florida are pleased that the }Fourth of July

p' ----- both part of one and the same area, namely, the "mainland cane-sugar falls on Tuesday as the officials of
Leslie B. Crane area". '
, of Lake Worthand the corporation have given Monday,
Boynton will fill the pulpit of If the authorities in Washington are sincere in their expressed desire .
well Tuesday holiday
as as as a
r the Community Church Sunday to relieve the unemployment situation in the nation they will not
and no work will be done from Sat-
morning, taking the place of Hev. only permit, but encourage, increased sugar production in Florida, as _
urday night until Wednesday morn-
I P. C. Taylor, pastor, who is recover- such action would give self-supporting, self-respecting livelihoods to

1 s '. ing this week from a severe heart ., a greater number of people than are now on the relief rolls throughout ing.
,' the Many of the workers who live
If the
authorities in
'. attack suffered Monday.. Washington are sincere in their state- .
outside of Clewiston to take
ments that plan
they desire to
s ; Mr. Crane is principal of the encourage efficient, high-wage, low-cost production -
they will vantage of the three-day vacation
'. remove all limitations and restrictions on the production
t'" Boynton schools but
f active has been an .- of sugar, a non-surplus crop, in the most efficient, highest-wage, "5 to visit their homes and still
church worker and is an lowest-cost area, the Everglades. If the authorities in Washington / others will enjoy themselves at the

excellent speaker. His friendshipwith really and truly believe in their expressed: philosophy of a living wage ,_ reaches on either coast. For those

Rev. Taylor prompted him to and the elimination of wage-differentials, they will raise the minimum who stay at home entertainment for

volunteer his services as soon as wages in the Louisiana cane fields to the 'standard- the Everglades. the Fourth has been provided with
he learned of the pastor's illness By their works ye'shall know them.
... baseball games between plantation
: and it is hoped that there
will be'a
teams and visiting teams.
good attendance at the services resplendent in new uniformsand
Ji \ ; -
Sunday. -
C, I playing on an improved field
Rev. Taylor is
0 recovering nicely vlll take on the Rueville team, and
/I from his illness hut will be confined
other plantation teams are arranging -
Jo his bed for several days ,

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TO MATCH SPREAD- Gifts, Novelties and Embroideries -

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is the first of all problems for
COTTON who have not secured their copiesof
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be included with orders for both
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I books for the present, but the offer
may be withdrawn at any time.
',r9Swaw e: aC.aa3Nw+c. BETSY was all agog to have a Leaflets are 6 cents each when or-
with no foot piece and a dered without the books.
STRAWBERRY-WHIPPED-CREAM ICE padded head to match her spread. 1
See Recipe Below. Ingenuity would have to substitutefor Everyone should have copies of
and she was seriously these two books containing 96 Howto
Cold, Frosty and DeliciousDo container of a modern ice' cream considering this and that when the Sew articles by Mrs. Spears, Stars Are There

freezer. Assemble the freezer and plumber was called to fix a leaky that have not appeared in the pa- There will always be stars
child cover. Pack with ice and salt, using per. Send your order at once, to through the window bars-if we
remember how pipe.
as a
three parts crushed ice to one part 'Mrs. 210 S. St. look to them shine.-Mabel
unless As tot said Spears, Desplaines see W.
a party just wasn't a party rock salt. Freeze. a tiny Betsy always ,
you had ice cream? Do such childhood "Let me watch," when workmenwere Chicago, 111. Clapp. .-
memories even now create lIttle Buttermilk Ice Cream. coming and at 16 she hadn't
appetite longings for that frosty, (Makes about 1% quarts) grownup much. The plumber tooka

flavorsome dish-longings that send 3 cups buttermilk fine saw out of his tool bag and
you hurrying to the kitchen to makeup 1 cup crushed pineapple sawed a pipe in two just as if it

a batch of your own favorite % cup sugar were wood. Right then,something America's favorite ready-to-eat cereal. .
3 lemon
tablespoons, juice
frozen dessert? clicked for Betsy. That old iron
Homemade ice creams and sher- 1 egg white (stiffly beaten) bed in the attic! It could be cut

bets are more popular than ever Combine the buttermilk, pineap- down. It was cut down, as shownin
now that effi- ple, sugar and lemon juice. Fold the sketch. -

cient modern ice in the stiffly beaten egg white, and The top of 'this bed is padded
cream freezers pour into freezing container of ice with cotton basted to muslin. FRESH! CRISP !

b make I quick workof cream'freezer. Assemble the freezer -. Betsy used an _old comforter for j
their prepara- and,cover. Pack with a mixtureof padding. Her-mind seems to jump

tion. (You can three parts crushed ice and one with the greatest of ease from wa- I'
A freeze smooth, part rock salt. Freeze. ter: pipes to iron beds and from

velvety sherbetsand Strawberry Whipped Cream Ice. padding to old, comforters
ice cream in (Serves, 6)

r 5 to 10 minutes 1 quart strawberries _______________________W9 DELICIOUSI!
flat!) And when the advent of torrid 2 cups sugary

weather calls for something specialto cup lemon juice Disk Me Jinolher
encourage appetites made indif- 1 pint cold 'water

ferent by the onslaught of heat 1 cup whipped cream sweetened $ A General Quiz off'
waves, these delicious treats come with 1 tablespoon confectioners'sugar

into their ..... ...
own! -------------- 9

Here are some simple hints on Mash the berries, add the sugar The Questions ,,,r
making freezer ice creams with a and lemon juice, and ,let stand for
1. What is the Bastille?
collection of brand new recipes for about an hour. \ t
11 Where is the International
cool, refreshing, frozen dessertS- 4Add the water, I
recipes which I've tested: and pour the mix- Date line? .
'" 3. What famous diarjst wrote in
Hints on Making Ice Cream Freezer ture into the code?,
Ice freezing container -
'i Cream.
I of 4. Why does a dog stick its
1. Follow directions in the recipe an tongue out when it pants?

2. Scald freezing container, dasher I.. Assemble cream freezer.the 5.. What do the letters H. M. S.
and cover before using. of the British
freezer and on a ship navy
3. Crush or crack the ice finely. cov- mean?
4. Fill freezing container only % er. Pack with a
mixture of three parts crushed ice The Answers OR,1
full of ice
for. expansion.cream mixture,- to allow and one part rock salt. Turn the 1. A famous French fortress, later tNf r%
crank and converted into a prison. Copt.1939 by' .tt'
5. Cover tightly. slowly steadily the A ., ,"
6. mixture thickens (about five min- 2. The 180th meridian passingnear e\l Company !,," ,
handle Adjust turns the dasher so that the utes). Carefully remove the cover the center of the Pacific .,,1.1 '
easily and
7. Use three smoothly. and the dasher, fill the hollow with ocean. -1-_
parts crushed ice
sweetened whipped cream, cover 3. Samuel Pepys.
one part rock salt, arranging in alternate with wax paper, replace the cover 4. To increase the evaporating Flattery BetraysNo the coward is betrayed by fear,

8. Turn layers.the and, repack with ice and salt. Let surface of the body. species of falsehood is more I the dependent by interest, and the I

steadily until turning crank becomes slowly and dif stand for about three hours before 5. His Majesty's Ship. frequent than flattery; to which I friend by tenderness.

ficult. serving.

9. When the mixture is frozen (5 Lemon Cream Sherbet.
to 10 minutes (Makes about 2 quarts) '
with a modern, ice r r 0 p f ia
cream freezer), wipe around the top % cup lemon rind (grated)

of the; container with a cloth, and 1 cup cold water

remove cover carefully, so that no 1 cup lemon juice / Q r i
ice or salt falls into the mixture. 4 cups sugar
10. Remove the dasher, and pack 2 eggs (beaten)
down ih cream with a spoon. 5 cups milk 'roo/

41. .Replace the cover, and drain 2 cups heavy cream
on the water from the freezer. Put the freshly crated lemon- rind

12. Repack with ice and salt. Cover in a saucepan with theid water. l!
with burlap bag or heavy paper, Bring to a boil and strain. To the ?_
and allow' to "ripen" .for about liquid add the lemon juice and the
hour before serving. an .' sugar. Stir well. Beat eggs and to : '

Peppermint Candy Ice Cream. 'I them add the milk and cream. As- : i: :

% pound peppermint stick candy semble the freezer and pack with .
1 quart thin cream ice and salt. When the freezer is
Break the stick candy into ready, combine the two mixtures for '-
Pour the cream pieces. the ice cream, pouring the fruit mix- ,
over the ,
candy and
place in the re- ture slowly into the milk and cream. I
frigerator over Stir quickly, pour into the freezing ;
night. Then pour container, cover and freeze. I

the mixture into
the freezing well f Get This New Cook Book. ,
of an ice cream In this new cook book, "Easy En-

freezer, pack tertaining," by Eleanor Howe, you'll
with three parts '--i- find over 125 practical suggestionsand

crushed ice to one part rock salt, recipes for parties of every de- .,
and freeze.Strawberry. 'scription. Birthday parties, picnics,

'buffet suppers, and parties for the
or Raspberry Cream. PreservesIce bride-for all these and many more

(Serves 5-6) social menus,occasions new !recipes, you'll and find practical unusual ill THE CIGARETTE OF
pint coffee
3/4 teaspoon salt cream hints for the hostess. Send 10 centsin C M E L
1 cup strawberry or'raspberry coin to Eleanor Howe, 919 North MI COSTLIER TOBACCOS
Michigan avenue, Chicago, Ill, and
.. preserves
get of
your copy "Easy Entertaining. -
Combine all the ingredients and ." PENNY FOR PENNY YOUR BEST CIGARETTE BUY
the mixture
pour into the freezing (Released by Western Newspaper Union)

-- Tommy Also Discovered __"__"'IMPROVEDUNIFORM -------- nishings, baby furneshary. Listen,
A New Elevator Boy madam, there's no seventh floor." The Art of ConversationOn

Appeasement Is Difficult INTERNATIONAL "Fifth floor-oots and boes, the
His First (and Last) Day Lambeth Walk, faby burnishings, the Road

...' Tommy Jones came home from SUNDAY I and-oh, etcetera. Madam, for the DRIVING is often monoto-

school with touseled hair, rumpled Lesson "Basement-Going up!I" last time, there's no seventh nous, and to break the tedium -

clothes and a black eye. HAROLD "First floor-all men's wear, floor!I""Sixth drivers indulge in con-
D. D.
J. "What have you been up to?" By Dean of The Moody Bible Instituteof shirts, suits, baby linen, soft fur- floor-sirts and shuits, versation.' Sometimes this pastime -

his mother demanded. (Released by Western Chicago.Newspaper Union.) nishings. Going up. Which floor, haberladies dashery, lady binen. leads serious accidents.
For the last time-" (CRASH!)- Following is
,,: "-'ve been fighting Johnny madam? a guide for motor-
,.' confessed. "Second floor-all ladies' wear, "Now will you believe there isn'ta ists:
Br. Tommy
.. ,.. "Well. Js, take him this cake and Lesson for June 25 babies' suits, soft shirts, haber seventh floor?" Don't discuss anything debat-
make friends." dashery, furnishings. Going up. able or join in any arguments.

'. Lesson subjects and Scripture Texts selected Which floor, madam? Seven? Converse on innocuous sub-
did but in the after- Man Not So Smart
Tommy ,so,
and copyrighted by There is seventh floor
no ,. jects such as the weather,
noon he came home with another of Religious Education: used by "
J black permission. madam. clothes, sports, hobbies, art, en-
eye."Good "Third floor-all men's wear, Thousands of years before man tertainment and books.
gracious!P' his mother ex PAUL REVIEWS HIS LIFE have afternoon head-
shirts, baby haberdashery, and began Don't tell or allow your pas-
claimed. "What on earth has hap- ladies' furnishings. Shoots and aches from trying to think, 'the to tell jokes. A
sengers person
pened-now? LESSON TEXT-Phlllpplans 1:12-14. 21.
boes. Madam, there is no seventh turtle had a streamlined body, often closes his while
24; 3:12.14; II Timothy 4:7. 8. eyes
"He did it again, Tommy'said, GOLDEN TEXT-I have fought a good floor." turret top, retractable landing laughing heartily. Joan Ed-
:' sadly. "And he wants more cake fight. I have finished my course. I have "Fourth floor lall wadies' gear and a portable house.Mobile -
wards in Star.
tomorrow-or else!" : kept the faith.II Timothy 4:7. '-
habersuits shoft haberur- Register.
,, mear. ,
" Self-examination may be. a most
I profitable experience if carried out

HOT WEATHER in the right spirit and for a good

'l' purpose. It may be very hum-

: : BILIOUSNESS bling accomplishments to look at one's in experiencesand honest ap ::::11Ik:;

but the whichis
..- praisal, very humility
-. thus brought about may be the

first step toward better things and
Have you noticed that In ,hot may prove to be a real means of
weather your digestion and elimina- blessing.
tion seem to become torpid or lazy?
Your food sours, forms gas, causes Paul, whose life we have been
belching, heartburn, and a feelingof studying together for the last three
restlessness and irritability. Your months, made a review of his own _
tongue may be coated, your com- life and experience in various placesin _
plexion bilious, and your bowel _
action sluggish insufficient. his epistles. We cannot study _
These are some of the,symptomsof them all, but in the brief portions
biliousness or so-called "Torpid before us we find that the apostle
.' ,' ',. ... Liver," so prevalent In hot climates.. had laid hold of those certainties
They call for calomel, or better still,
Calotabs, the nausealess calomel without which life is largely mean- t iintiiirI :
compound tablets that make calo- ingless and useless. He had found
mel-taking a pleasure. victory over both himself and his
Calotabs give you the effects of circumstances. He was perfectly
calomel and salts combined, helping
Nature to expel the sour, stagnantbile clear about his eternal destiny. He
and washing it out of the had a goal toward which his life
system. One or two Calotabs at bed- was directed in earnest endeavor,
timewith a glass of water,-that's and he had in view the reward

all.clean Next and morning refreshed your system feels which was to be his when he met
your head is
.'. clear, your spirit bright, and you are his God. What an excellent oppor-
'..:, feeling fine with a hearty appetitefor tunity we have to bring out the truthas
breakfast. Eat what you wish related to ourselves on this com- I 0 I I '
and go about your work or pleasure.
ing Lord's Day.I. .
- Genuine Calotabs are sold only In
checker-board (black and white) pack- Living Above CircumstancesPhil. ,
, .,. ages bearing the trade mark "Calotabs." ( 1:12-14). I- _
i';' Refuse Imitations. Trial package only __
;f<,:'. .; ten cents; family package twenty-avo Paul had been imprisoned for the _
;>-8 : .' cents, at your dealer's (Adv.) gospel's sake. Did that stop him?

; ::,.. No, for he made the very guards
In Review who were assigned to watch him

t-5. -"',: Recollect, every day, the things at his house the objects of his min- I I $QR$I 101: I I$ JBIVESJlGAINSf
istry and they, in turn, became mis-
;:::;N{; :'; seen, heard, or read, which make
> sionaries of the He 1 I I I '
. J cross. soughtto BLJVlJS
,;:; any addition to your understand-
:..,..' :' ing.-Dr. I. Watts. win each one as he took his designated ..
period of guard service and

then sent him out as a testimony to '11
) () "the whole Praetorian guard and to

; ;. FOR MALARIA all the rest" (v. 13, R. V.).
Not only were some of his Chris- GIVES LONG I NON-SKID I I MILEAGE;

f tian brethren encouraged by his example :-
CHILLS to preach the gospel, but we

note in verse 15 that others, taking IT'S big. it's tough i ; ; it's packed

FEVER advantage of the fact that Paul was
with thousands thousands of milesof O
In prison, went out to preach justto

Take This Recognized show that they were as good as safer, more dependable service. It's _

Medicine! he an, expression making 'their of their very envy reaching of his' backed by a written Lifetime Guarantee, A

When you've got Malarial chills popularity. Paul showed victory No Time or Mileage Limit. It's the value
and fever, you want real and ready over circumstances by thankingGod
relief. You don't want to go through sensation of 1939.
that the
the usual old misery. gospel was preached,
Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic Is even though it was done in a wrong i The famous Firestone Standard'Tire is I

., what you want to take for Malaria. spirit.II. .
ti::- Jfcr- This is no now-fangled or untried Facing Eternity With Joy now priced so low that every car owner '
preparation, but medicine of
recognized merit.Grove's a (PhiL 1:21, 24). in America can afford to buy genuine
To Paul, departure from this life
Chill Tonic
Tasteless con-
tains tasteless quinidine and iron. It would mean his entering into per- Firestone quality. Call upon your nearby

quickly relieves the chills and fever fect fellowship with Christ and unlimited Firestone Dealer Firestone Auto
due to Malaria and also tends to service for Him. He there- Supply
build you up. That's the double and Service Store ask about the
effect you want. fore ,had a strong desire to departand big
The next have to be with the Lord. He would trade-in allowance tires
very time you an on your present ,
attack of Malarial chills and fever n.ol, however, turn away from his
get Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic present privilege and duty. If it and find out how little it costs to equip
and start taking it at once. All drug was God's will that he should abidein '
stores sell Grove's Tasteless Chill jour car with Firestone Standard Tires
the flesh, he purposed that it
Tonic. Buy the large size-gives you
much more for your money.Timing should be literally true of him that ..,"F
live is Christ. If that be true ina *
sSs S
f man's life, then it must neces- FOR YOU \

Things sarily follow that to die is gain. The 'LOOK' TRUCK OWNERS r
1 There is no greater wisdom than reason men fear death is that in 9S&3r

j well to time the beginnings and place of saying "to live is Christ," ; '

1 1- onsets of things.-Lord Bacon. they tion,"say"pleasure."to live"is or money even,""sin."posi-" I t.* ,,. 'l 'A S t 0 n e '. II e .Other. *Safx

III. Pressing Toward the Goal Fixe e : :
1J Soothing. cooling relief iTkT4I1ACONVOY pf0aeeref A ederefo
-J J tor tired burning irilitated (Phil. 3:12-14) {< '
feet. Stainless.snowwhite. These are the words of the man ed "
Try It. who possibly was the greatest Chris, Here's long-wearing V...... fIrst p ra .an"I

, 1; PE1'IETROHabits tian and Christian worker of all economy tire for, the f .!..-....11 e u Xl.! a ti C ''"d1fjlfil..ctOl" :
time. Was he satisfied with him- : i
r to Cultivate self? No, the Spirit of Christ in thrifty truck operator. ql1 .filJe and

him and the vision of the goal whichhe Built with Firestone's Gr a e,;Fir oae >.. 4
Cultivate only the habits that
I had not yet attained made him famous patented Tires ha j "
you are willing should master you. scrip I
i 1 Elbert Hubbard. press on. construction features, -... 'I'" +
minded Christian ffiraf clJ
The spiritually
o iCe r
has no word of commendation for GEr0, |the Firestone Convoy ever Amcrs JP. Wl'1 I i g ?

.j.ji KILL ALL FLIES past success, he gives Christ the p4 R is the value sensation Injlydt. ': ; Z ff try
i IT\ i glory. He does not permit past o of 1939 for truck kJ1Is4.IOnsC41zno/ J- U><<1
Jnaccfl KBrwheie. Date Tly I
Killer attract and kills flits.Guanntced. failures to hold him back, for they I ph1orjjao"S
'b eflcctlve. Neat have been put under the blood. He P1 service Get our low _
t .convenient-Csnnot eplll- '"
-L J Lasts fVUlnot all soil eeason.or Injure 20o anything.; Stall is not content merely to hold his S prices today! '
dealers.Harold Bomers, Inc.. own, for he knows that to standstillis -t
lean.Salb Ave.E'kiyn.N.Y.lES.
to go back. Christian friends,
DAIS* fclY KILLER let us by God's blessing and grace

take a forward step today, and to-
morrow, and the day after, that we A WTO SUPPL; # & ERJVI <: E ST<>;R-E rote THESE: BIG ,

may, like Paul, press on toward the

goal to the prize of the high calling See Firestone Tires made In the Firestone Factory Lfeten to the Voice of Firestone with Richard Crool:._
of God in Christ Jesus. Fair Exhibition Building at Net*-Vorft World1! Margaret Speak* and the Firettone Symphony
.Alto visit the Firestone Exhibit at the Golden Orchestra ttnder the direction of Alfred Wallenttemi
Scripture speaks frequently of the Gate International Exposition at San Francuco Monday evening*,ore Nationwide N.B.G Red Network.
reward which shall come to the
faithful Christian at the close of a
life of holiness and service for
Christ. It is no doubt commend-

You find them announced in able that Christians do not often
the columns of this pap.r by speak of their reward, for it shouldbe
' '--t merchant of our community true of every servant of Christ Advertisements Is a Good

the quality of their tnrchandis strain him. On the other hand, it

It im*or sat their to price buy of undo the com.m i- is important that we keep before us Abreast of the WorldlI
chant who ADVERTISES. the fact that at the end of the road Way Keep
there in recognition by "the Lord,
the righteous Judir' "

FRIDAY, JUNE 23, 1030

The Clewiston News ment" of the season at; the Clew of Supervisors of Sugarland : NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING | COUNTY CHANCERYNo.
Drainage District, a public : 8JlN
iston Golf Club next Sunday. In 1\
quasi corporation organized : Monday, July 24, 1939, at 4:00 F. D. DUFF, R. Y. PATTER-, :
addition to the regular' team play,I and existing under the laws : o'clock P. M., United States Eastern SON, and ,j: E. BEARDSLEY as :
Low of Florida, and SUGARLAND Standard Time, is fixed as the date and
Published every Friday In Clewiston which will be a Ball-Low TO- constituting Board of :
] DRAINAGE DISTRICT, a pub- : and the time when and the City Supervisors of
Florida by the CLEWISTON NEWS tal Foursome event with three lic Clewiston Drainage :
8- quasi corporation organizer : Hall in the City of Clewiston Is des- I District a public quasi
Inc. man teams competing. all Ever land existing under the laws of : ignated as the place where, the City corporation organized and ex- :
: Commission shall hold a public meet- under
isting the laws of Florida
glades golfers are eligible and invited -I Petitioners, :. ing for the purpose of consideringand and CLEWISTON DRAINAGE :
KEATIILEY BOWDEN, Editor the v. acting upon applications to ad-
to enter day's competitiveplay. THE'STNI'E DISTRICT a public quasi :
OF FLORIDA just, compromise or' settle delinquent corporation organized and ex- :
All golfers entering aside AND THE SEVERAI- PROPERTY : taxes of the. 1938 and prior tax rolls isting under the laws of Flor- :

Entered as second class mail matter from the regular teams will be! OWNERS TAXPAYERS, : of the City of Clewiston.;: ida, :

February 1, 1027. at the Post Office in grouped into foursomes and play CITIZENS NONRESIDENTS AND OTHERS. INCLUDING OF- : Such applications must be filed in Petitioners, :
Clewlston, Florida, under the Act of I SAID : writing I on or before July 15, 1939, vs. :
March 3, 1897.ul'lIIerllltioD. will be of the same type as that, SUGARLAND, DRAINAGEDISTRICT : stating reason for said application' THE STATE OF FLORIDA, :

engaged in by the teams. I'nny right, title having or or interest claiming in :: I I and showing cause why such delinquent AND THE SEVERAL PROPERTY :
should be
taxes ,
compromised -
\Sugarland Drainage District OWNERS. TAXPAYERS
Entry fee for the will be' : or settled. .
Unto $2.00 Per Yenr. day II' or the taxable property therein : I I CITIZENS AND OTHERS, IN-
the same as that of the team entry I : This notice dated this 15th day CLUDING NONRESIDENTS OF :
Adver1l ing' Rnlca On Application. 151 Respondents. : of June 1939. SAID CLEWISTON DRAIN- :
and tentative list '

prizes for the day has been sched I Slfll.sno PRINCIPAL AMOUNT OF CITY COMMISSION, claiming any right, title or interest -

Devoted to the advancement and welfare uled. This list may be, enlarged LAND REFUNDING DRAINAGE BONDS DISTRICT.OF SUGAR-'I CITY OF CLEWISTON.June District in or Clewiston the taxable Drainage property

of Clewiston and Hendry County. somewhat if entries warrant doing I,TO THE STATE OF 'FLORIDA; AND' 1623.NOTICE therein,
) i THE SEVERAL PROPERTY OWN- Respondents. _

golfers will participate in Sunday's I DRAIN \GE DISTRICT. HAVING OR l QUENT 11138! SOUTH REFUNDING BONDS.TO .

Except for the fact that both are event the first of these regular CLAIMING ANY RIGHT. TITLE OR| CONSERVANCY DISTRICT TAXES THE STATE OF FLORIDA, AND
articles of food there seems to be : monthly affairs to be held each DISTRICT OR THE TAXABLE TAXPAYERS, CITIZENS AND
I'I PROPERTY THEREIN: | Notice is hereby given that all lands
little occasion to mention beef and 'month throughout the E. G. A.'s OTHERS, INCLUDING NONRESI-
A petition for the .validation cf for
i delinquent on nonpayment DENTS OF SAID CLEWISTON
sugar in connection with' one an- playing season.Invitations I n:' Hundred Ninety-one Thousand of s {1tJrL1Ji 8iD CON- DRAINAGE DISTRICT HAVING

but developments are being mailed to Five Hundred Dollars (191,500.00) prin-:jSERVANCY DISTRICT taxes for the OR CLAIMING ANY RIGHT TITLE
other recent in t I I
"''):.1 amount of refunding bonds of'Sugarland [year 1938 or so much thereof as may I OR INTEREST IN CLEWISTON
world markets has developed a sim- all golfers in the Glades section. I'| Drainage District to be I' be necessary to pay the amount due DRAINAGE DISTRICT OR THE
issued for the purpcse of retiring and for taxes on said lands for said year, TAXABLE PROPERTY THEREIN
not in the products them- I
iliarity I{I refunding Five Hundred Eighty-four|. together with the cost of sale specified A petition for the validation of
selves but in the method of govern- ATTENDS ASSEMBLY (Thousand Eight" Hundred Dollars in the laws governing said Dls-,Seventy Nine Thousand Five Hundred
Inental -. I I SCSI,800.00) of bonded indebtedness Itrlct, will be sold at public auction I Dollars ($79,500) principal amount of
I I' (including bonds and matured inter- .beginning at Twelve o'clock noon on refunding bonds of Clewiston Drain- '-
letter in yesterday's Miami James Beardsley has been inj:i i" st coupons) of said Sugarlanrt Drainage the 3rd day of July, 1939, at the front age District to be issued for the pur-
- Avon Park for the past ten days District having been filed and I door of the Court House in the Cityof pose of retiring and refunding One
News has come to our attention in I"'resent'd to this four on t'ie 6thday LaBelle, Florida, and continue until Hundred Eighteen Thousand Eight
attending the Presbyterian YoungPeople's of Juno 1930. the State of Flor- said sale is completed.A .
which the writer sets forth some Hundred Dollars ($118,800) of bonded
Assembly and left .on 'da, through the Honorable Clydi I complete list of such delinquent Indebtedness (including bonds and
of the inconsistencies of government Wednesday for Camp Oleno near Wilson, State Attorney for the lands Is available for public inspec- matured Interest coupons) of said
purchase of beef from Ar- Twelfth Judicial Circuit' of Florida,I tion during business' hours at the Clewlston Drainage District having-
He High Springs where he will be in nnd the several property owners, taxpayers office of the Tax Collector for the been filed and presented to this Courton
gentina. seems well informedand charge of athletic activities until citizens and others including County of Hendry in the Court Houseat the 6th day of June, 1939, the
as one reads the letter he nonresidents of said Sugarland LaBelle, Florida, and inquiries as' State of Florida, through the Hon-
July 4. On July 15 he will leave DJ'alnaDish.lct; having or claimingany to lands included in such delinquentlist orable Clyde Wilson, State Attorneyfor
, cannot but see the same inconsistencies -Tor Montreal N. C., as the state right, title or interest in Sugar- by mail or by telephone, or In the Twelfth Judicial Circuit of
in the sugar market. land Drainage District or the taxable person, during business hours, will Florida, and the several property
representative to the district Pres- property therein, are hereby ordered be fully answered by the office of owners, taxpayers, citizens and oth-
Our government sets a high wage byterian Young People's Asembly. directed, required and notified to appear said Tax Collector.R. ers, including non-iesidents of said

_scale____ _for_'. _mainland___n_____ sugar: employees the Twelfth before the Judicial said Circuit Circuit Court of Flor-of N. MILLER, Clewiston Drainage District, having y
or claiming any right, title or interest -
and yet restricts production in the ida in and for.Hendry County at Tax Collector of Hendry.. in Clewiston Drainage Districtor

mainland areas in order to buy from Local Youth Loses LaBelle. Florida, at 10 o'clock A. M., County Florida. the taxable property therein are
Eastern Standard Time on the 10th hereby ordered directed, required and
the foreign areas where there is day of July 1939, at a hearing to be notified to appear before the said Cir-
Arm In AccidentJ. hold before said Circuit Court at the
cuit Court of the Twelfth Judicial
such scale. hous-
Court House in LaBelle, Florida, to Circuit of Florida in and for Hendry
ing of employees and other requirements show cause, if any you have, why lOSS EVERGLADES DRAINAGE County, at LaBelle, Florida, at 11
imposed in the main- said authority; proceedings, bonds, assessments DISTRICT TAXES. o'clock, A. M., Eastern Standard Time,
B. Hathcock 22,' son of C. taxes, and the' power to on the 10th day of July 1939, at a
land areas are not considered when levy same, should not be adjudicated Notice is Hereby Given that all hearing to be held before said Circuit
H. Hathcock
of Hooker's Point
quotas are fixed and the bulk cf validated and confirmed. lands delinquent on July 3, 1938, for Court at the Court House in LaBelle,
suffered the loss of his right arm DONE AND ORDERED in Cham- non-payment of EVERGLADES Florida, to show cause If any you
the sugar is purchased from off- bers at Ft. Myers, Florida, this 6th
afternoon DRAINAGE DISTRICT Taxes for the have, why said authority, proceedings,
on Friday of last weekat
shore areas. day of June, 1939. year 1938 or so much thereof as maybe bonds, assessments, taxes, and the
the Burnup and Sims rock quar- GEO. .W. WHITEHURST' ne'cessary to pay the amount due power to levy same, should not be
Acreage is restricted to raise Peanut Island Palm Circuit Judge. for taxes on said lands for said year, adjudicated, validated and confirmed.
on near
,ry C.N.-D.-June 9, 16, .23, 30-It.
together with the costs of sale specified DONE AND ORDERED in Chambers
the price of sugar and soon many Beach where he is employed. in the laws governing said Dis- at Ft. Myers, Florida, this 6 day of yoa
additional acres of cane will be -- trict, will) be sold at public auction June, 1939.
According to reports Hathcockwas beginning ,at twelve o'clock noon on GEO.. W. WHITEHURST
plowed up in the mainland areas by I engaged in putting a belt on NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ,the 3rd day of July, 1939 at the Circuit Judge.

government order. Is there any reason 11:00'o'clock front door of the Court House in the C.N.-June 9, 16, 23, 30-4t
the rock crusher when his
arm Friday, July 7, 1939, at City of LaBelle, Florida, and continu- I
to believe that the same thing A. M., United States Eastern Standard
caught in the machinery and was ing until said sale is completed.A .
will not happen with that Time, is fixed as the date and time
sugar so badly mangled it had to be amputated when, and the City Hall in the City complete list of such delinquent
happened with beef that even the of Clewiston is designated as the lands is available for public Inspec-
at Good Samaritan Hospital tion during the business hours at the
place where the City Commissionshall ROOM FOR RENT
government will turn to the coun-
he office of the Tax Collector for the
where was immediately taken. hold a public meeting for the
where it be the County of Hendry in the Court Houseat
try can purchased purpose of considering and acting
Hathcock made his home on a
LaBelle: Florida, and inquiries as
I the assessment roll, of acting
to for the upon
cheapest buy a supply
tugboat used in towing from to lands included in said delinquentlist
barges as a Board of Equalization, of hear- Furnished large cool
army or the navy? And with the ing complaints and receiving testi- by mail or by telephone, or in! ,
the island to the mainland and at:
business hours, will
full of the President? mony as to the value of any property, person
support last report was recovering from the i real or personal as fixed by the Tax I be fully answered by the office of i room with twin beds

It'a'ppears that cattle and pigs injury as rapidly as could be expected -, Assessor, and of perfecting reviewingand said Tax Collector. ,
equalizing the 1939 tax assess- R. N. MILLER, j)
have been slaughtered order to '
II ment. Tax Collector of Hehdry I private bath phone.
raise the price'of meat and the I This notice dated this 22nd day cf ,
County, Florida.
taxpayer's money used to pay the Hubert Land Begins June' 1939.MALCOLM W. BIGG, Clerk Phone 53
farmer for the stock destroyed. CITY COMMISSION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
Other nations including Argentina CITY ,
Building New Home 23, FLORIDA, ,IN AND FOR HENDRY
have gleefully noted what was hap- .
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pening, in our country and have :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.. .:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. :..:..:-:..:..::.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.
increased their production of meat Hubert Land began Monday I.--..........................-.........................'...'.......'........................................................"...............:......................,................................................................'..'.'...............................................,......

and other products. Now with 'i"i" .:..:.
morning on the construction of his
prices high, our awn goernmenthas yy f
new five-room bungalow at the yy
bought Argentine canned beef yy y
corner of San Jose and Esperanza yy

for the Navy because it is cheaper. Streets. J, F.' Tippey local building :;::;: :y;:::

This meat is not inspected as ._. ENJOY AN
contractor has. charge. of construc- y y
is all meat canned by packers in tion. yy y A

the United States and the yy
yet Pres-
The new home will be approximately :::: ;
ident is said to have passed this ; ; ;' '.- :!::: -
27 feet by 38 feet with as- .A.s"i'
I :
off by saying diseased beef is I bestos-cement siding and roof with .y : -;:: 't .: ALL ELECTRIC. '-;: .;..:.

harmless when canned. .
a plastered interior finish. The I '
Perhaps! it is not the intentionof n \ / n
the present administration to estimated cost is 3500.. : ; E. .

markets hand over to all foreign-of the countries American but home Mr..will Tippey be, ready estimates for occupancy that the in *::*::i: ....:;. ,'.:tL :.; '.- ; : <, :i it' :::

if not an abrupt about-face must about five weeks. If:: ,'- ,. ., -. .....-... : ..r'.. "- -' '- II.:

be made, and"soon, in the present G:: _, {. '' '

restrictive policies. Miss"Betty Spicer Is ::......!.. 8:::;:

Whether it be beef, wheat, sug- .s ::::
ar or any other product which can Kiwanis, Club Speaker :::::;::. Electricity is the modern servant; a servant that .OI;. ;

be produced in America the marketfor ::"i:: takes care of both the work and the pleasures of the :i:::::

the American that product mainland'producer.belongs first to Miss Betty SPice-I', a graduatethe :::;:::; home and one that will do everything quickly, efficiently :::i:

past spring of Florida State :;:::_;: and economically. :!::;:

College for Women in Tallahassee .s ...
Clewiston Increases gave ,a most interesting talk at the :;:":. .s..:'.

Golf meeting of the Kiwanis Club Wednesday :.::q: One penny will toast 26 crunchy slices of toast, or :i::;:

Tourney Miss Spicer's evening. talk was, concerned :;:t:;: give your eyes two hours of safe reading light or operate :;:::

entirely with the general set-up; I:;::;:
Clewiston, the current leader in of the Florida, woman's college and :=li::i: your radio for most of a day-and-ELECTRICITY is

the' Everglades Golf association she explained in 'detail the living ;; :: one thing that gets cheaper the more of it that you use. *:!:

tournament play, increased its leadto conditions, curriculum social lifeS:.+ :::.;.

10 a 1-2 full points fifteen out points of a possible by scoring 18 and in the the social part played activities by the and sororities student ;:;;:::;: That is why it is so easy to have and enjoy a home .%=:=

in. the association's fourth meetof self-goevrnment as practiced in the I '_::!: that is all electric and modern. I:;::;:

the season at the Lake Okee- school. She was a student of journalism ::;.':' .*::

chobee Golf Club Sunday. Belle I description ; '' .:..s,
and gave an interesting -' : :
Glade chalked' up 5 points and Pa- of the school publicationsand I' .;::::: :i:''

hokee 2 1-2 to ,.. .:.::;
put two groupsin their part in the college func :s;1" ;.. .:. :

with a two-way tie for second place lions. I :: ELECTRICITY. IS YOUR CHEAPEST SERV :;::;:
amassed total of 25 points.' Many questions were asked by ::; .:..:.

Clewiston has scored a grand totalof members following the talk and'I ;"i'
40. ::::: ::::
Miss Spicer answered all with an ::
Field i:::: :;:::
prize winners of the day I. proved that she had ': ANT-USE IT EXTRAVAGANTLY. I..
E. 1" :
were II. "Doc" Van : .
Landingham a observer of every phase 1'.:. ..

of Belle Glade low gross and of college life during her four, years : .. XX:

George Bestor of Clewiston, low I in Tallahassee.

net. Other winners were V. C.. sIs s =i: .. it:;:::
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Denton and Henry Kilpatrick of I :' i
I'dhokce ::: AIV
who scored low gross and .i'=
; ;
low net for that group; Lou Betz- :: ..!
'' :
ner and Dick Bowman winning like READ THE AD$ :_!: :

scored honors Shelley low for and gross Belle Bill and Glade Owen net;, respectively and Jr., Tom who- .-Along._--With ths News ..:::::'. Glades Power and light Co. if ii !

for the Clewiston team. .s'

The event was a Medal Nassau in IN Till: CIRCUIT COURT OK THIJi :::::;: : A.s.

threesomes, one man from each FLORIDA IN AND FOR HENDRVf: =. ; ..
team as a group. COUNTY IN CHANCERYNo. .;::: ."?.
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: '.The Everglades Golf Association F. D. DUFF, R. Y. PATTER- : .:'::'. . . . . . . ... .... .... ...................'............................................................. . :s.1 ::.=:
:will hold its first SON AND J. E. BEARDSLEY., : .'.............................................. ......................-... ........ .. . . ..................:..:..:..:..:..:........
? 0peu Tourna : : : : {: : : : :.:..: : :..:.:.: : :.:..: : .: :.: : :..:.:..: :..:..: :.: :.:.. : : : .... :
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as and constituting the Board : 01:N...:.: : : : ; ; ; iNNf; ;".:1N Nt ,NN. ;., .10N, } ."N:11' t N,;1 tN1 N f 1, .'. ; .N' .N/ 1, ININIMN: ;1, .NN'M:11:N;ONN, ,: :N ;N:N:I.:N;N:N:N:.1:.
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Mrs. W. J. King of Citronelle, Jacksonville. I Doris Simmons, Joan- Walker I Wilma Is Your Subscription Paid?

I Ala., arrived last Saturday for a Mr. and .Mrs Z. G. Meredith and Jean Tingle, Jacqueline Bled-
-- .
visit with her sons, Arthur and daughter, Patricia Ann, and Mr. and soe, Mamie Trice and Doris Hod
[ Personals J I Dean and her daughter, Mrs.
King Mrs. J. F. Tippey were in Jacksonville ges. J. M. COUSE

Clarence Benbow. I for the ceremony ,

I I Counselor: and Attorney at Law
Mr. and Mrs. M. Doke and son, JUNIOR BOYS' CLASS .

., Mr. and Mrs. Harry Knight of i Gene, moved here this week from HOLD REGULAR MEETING NEW YORK J Hopkins Building i i
1 Virginia are visiting relatives here. I the Benbow Plantation Village. ,
They have rented the John El- The Junior Boy's Sunday School "WORLD'SROUflD Wednesdays and .Saturdays ;

left Saturday for I more home. Class of the Community Church
Edwin Young : 0:30 to 4:00 I
a visit in Americus Ga. I held its regular monthly meetingon
Monday night at the home of
Mrs. Stafford Beach and son,
their teacher Miss
-J 1 Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Bigg specf j I Teddy, returned Saturday to their
: -- the week-end in West Palm Beach. home in Palm Beach after a week's The program was led by Gene

I visit with Mrs. Beach's sister, Mrs.F. Mills, Jr., and following a contestof HOME

Mrs. Dean King spent several Deane Duff. answering riddles, refreshmentsof TRIP COACH fARE
' last week in Tampa.C. ----- lemonade e and cookies were served ,

days Mrs. A. L. Moorman and Mrs.1 ..to: Gene Mills, Jr., Billy Perry, $$39. to f new) | YORK OW I ItS

E. Nail is a business visitor in J. C. Calhoun and son, Bobbie of Billy Maynard, Bobby Maynard,I From CLEWISTON"

Nassau this week. Macon, Ga., are spending the weekend Charles Benbow, Anthony Toulisl am
George DeVane, and Oliver 1\Iar-1 Lower Rates for Coach Parties
I with Mr. and Mrs. .E. L. Stew- Proportionate Fares from Other Points
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Davis and I art. tinez. Tickets Good In Pullmansat .

Mrs. M. Green of Canal Point were I The next meeting will be held I Slightly! Higher Rates ,

visitors here Saturday. Dan Beardsley is in Gainesvillethis on July 17th and will be in the COMPLETELY AIR CONDITIONED

\. I week attending a Future Farm- form of a weiner roast. I fast DAILY TRAINS between

Mn and Mrs. C. J. Lovvorn spent er's Association meeting. He was Florida, intermediate points and New York

Sunday with relatives in Okcecho-] !'accompanied by several membersof CLEWISTOX GARDEN CLUB SUPER DELUXE COACHES 'f.

'J : bee. I i the association from Pahokee. ATTENDS MIAMI MEETING Lounge, Sleeping .and Dining Cars YOU DON'T

_. Mrs. W. P. Link of Tampa is i Miss Lois Prince Several members of the Clewiston Lv. .CLEWISTON 5:50 P. M.REDUCTION .
was discharged NEED. CASH
.,.' I :...... the guest this week of Mr. and I'I'r' Thursday from the Clewiston Hos- Garden Club visited the North Miami FOR YOUR
Mrs. Willard F. Simpson. Garden Club Wednesday at
pital where she underwent
": I an appendectomy 105 REPAIRS
':" recently. She is reported the Orchid meeting of the on Round Trip Coach Fares or'REnIODELINGNO
, .\.' \ Mrs. .O. A.. Ward and daughter,4 convalescing nicely. The meeting was held at the 4-I I between all points in the Southeast

: '>,,. Grace, returned from a two weeks'I Way Lodge and after the meeting' TICKETS SOLD DAILY
. : ..' visit in Jacksonville. I Friends here of Jimmy Sawyer, several Miami estates were visitedby 'I "

.,,.. formerly employed by the U. S. the group as the guests of CIRCLE TOURS DELAY
_ Wl, B. Cate left last week to I in the Clewiston office 1\.1rs'l both FAIRS
Engineers N.: C. Storey, Mrs E. Peterson to RED
spend the next few weeks in Ashe- will be interested to learn that he Mrs. Charles Torrey Simpson. in COACH ES TAPE

, .. j yule, N. C. I has been transferred to the Pan- Clewiston group spent the night in $90 $135 in Pullmans

? ".. e ..- _"-- ama Canal Zone. Miami and returned Thursday morn- ALL Plus Pullman Ch r3c> ..- :!:.h.......,., "' .I>;."...
Bill Bowden of Ocala is visitinghis I to YORK
ing. Those making the trip were: and SAN FRANCISCO FAIRS
uncle, Keathley Bowden, for a Mrs. Jack Harris and :Peggy of Mrs. F. M. Wright, Mrs. W. C. facilities of American Express Co. .re told in connection ROYAL LUMBER

few weeks. Jacksonville arrived Wednesday fora Owen, Mrs. E. L. Stewart, Mrs. Eve with Coast Line Tickets and assure

visit with Mrs. Harris' sister, lyn Calhoun Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw, ( HOTEL RESERVATIONS IN ADVANCE COMPANY
Mrs. Jas. Jowers and Mrs. Don CONSULT TICKET AGENTGood
Mrs. G. T. Augur. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. W. P. Link:, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle,I
Young were in St. Petersburg!
Augur met them in West Palm
(I; Mrs. Willard F. Simpson and Miss
f Thursday. Beach.
f Aya Ezelle. I

J. E. Beardsley left yesterdayto Mrs. Emily Schroeder of Stuart I".jUInGE CLUB MEETS I r at W I 0 l
attend a meeting of the Everglades -
fs spending this week here visiting WITH MRS. SHELLEYMrs.
:j Drainage District in Miami. her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. I

and Mrs. B. J. Schroeder. Mrs. Em- T. B. Shelley entertained thAI t t
II-x. .. Glen E. Etherton returned Friday ily Beach and daughter, Emily andC.
members of her bridge club Wednesday -
e-: f' : from a trip to Illinois and In- .
E. Schroeder accompanied her afternoon at the Clewiston
:;; \ diana. 1 here Sunday and spent the day. Inn.
i*.(. ---- 1'I 'FarmLand
k;.." R. D. Lyons and daughters, Ann High score prize, a palr of hose, _
r .. i i Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Herbertson I I
was awarded to Mrs. D. G. Alston
/,?;; :. and Evelyn of Moore Haven were arrived in Clewiston Wednesday and I I
: visitors here 'I and' the cut prize also! hose, to Mrs.L. .
: :}.j' Wednesday. are making their home in one of
: I C. Miller.' A delicious fruit sal
:' ;.. .. -. the Schult Apartments. Mr. and i.I i.
, ; H. J. Oglesby and Vincent Ogles- ad and sandwiches were served. i.'I
:' >,; .t,' I Mrs. Herbertson were married two I
',1/ ;':::'.i -' by left this week to attend the weeks ago in Charleston, S. C., and Those attending were: Mrs. Als-i' for Rent

,' ::z >; World's Fair in New York. I have been on a wedding tour sinceto ton, Mrs. Miller, Mrs. I. M., Paf- j
' .. .:' ford Mrs. J. F;. Curry, Mrs. W. H.I
1'fr.\: ... A. R. Broadfoot and Willard F. I Virginia and- Washington. Lanier, MrsC.: .. Wilson and Mrs.G. I '- .
>f'!. .. ;. j p Simpson were business visitors in 'B. Thomas. 1 I 0

rt J' Jacksonville on Friday of last week. Gresimer..MeredithNuptials .

"". Harry Wilson of Jacksonville visited SolemnizedIn SILRUBS AT EDGE OF CITY

.. with Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Ward I
; for several days this week. JacksonvilleMiss A Clewiston Garden Club commit-I TrespassersWill Consider

\ tee of which Mrs. W. ''C. I Ith
;-' W. G. Hatch and F. H. Williamson chairman has been engaged in I Be
';> were business visitors here for Eunice Eloise Meredith of planting shrubbery of various kindsat SE An21ES

';y_ several days this week. Clewiston' became the bride of the entrance to Clewiston along Ii ProsecutedClewiston
,. ''._- j Robert Eugene Gresimer of Chicago, the highway on either side of Owning your own home is real .

; .:. Mrs. R. C. Nowling and Mrs M. I 111., and Jacksonville in an informal town.A I economy because you save the.
:.: Doke were visitors in West I ceremony performed .at four I' 1i landlord's profit. Any family needing .
of workmen
crew city graded
.' Palm Beach Tuesday. o'clock last Saturday afternoon in 'I a home will do well to look at
the banks of the canal at the east
___ I the rectory of the First Presbyter- our selection of homes and buy j .
;-. Mrs. M. M. Prewitt was called to 1 I ian Church of Jacksonville the entrance to town and here have I II before real estate values increase

.:;. Jacksonville Sunday by the serious pastor Dr. A. C. Holt, officiating.Only : I been planted two royal poinciana I further. We will gladly help you \
". .. I trees, red hibiscus and several mel-
illness of an aunt. [ members of the immediate I I attain debt-free ownership of your
aleuca-leucadendron trees. On the And
I families and close friends attended.The Realty home thru payments like rent.
west side of town the plantings are I
.:.': .: Mr.. and Mrs. V. L. Springer and church was decorated with
much the except that no
., : Betsy left Saturday to spend their I DevelopmentCorporation
. potted ferns for the ceremony with poincianas were planted. New cut- Clewiston Federal
:' vacation in California.
pedestals of white chrysanthemumson I
'-',' tings of Turk's cap were also planted -
''; '1 ___ either side of the altar. I in places to replace former plant- Savings; and LoanAssociation
Mrs. M. J. Hirsch is visiting her
':' The bride's dress was a white ings.
: daughter in West Palm Beach this .
afternoon dress of white marqui- '

:. week. sette embroidered in"fin silver MRS. DUFF ENTERTAINS I .:.'.

... .. thread fashioned bouffant style WITH BRIDGE PARTY AT INN
. : Mr. and Mrs. C. Nelson left the -
r buttoned
with a tight fitting jacket -
latter part of last week to spenda : .
I at the waist. Her hat was a pale Mrs. F. Deane Duff entertainedwith y
month's vacation in western baby'' blue net turban with a velvet a lovely bridge party at the 5 s

states. coronet effect. She carried an arm Clewiston Inn Friday afternoon

bouquet of white roses and lilliesof honoring her sister, Mrs. Stafford I Announcing; ,
Miss Betty Spicer returned Sun-
the valley and her only jewelry Beach of Palm Beach who was her
day from Daytona Beach where she was a string of pearls. guest last week.
has been attending a sorority house f. ART LA WRENCE
party. Her only attendant was her sister High score prize, a Fostoria vase,
.; Mrs. C. R. Byrd of Jackson- was won by Mrs. C. L. Downs; a fIl '

". Mr. and Mrs.-Keathley Bowden ville who was dressed in charteuse Fostoria relish dish as second high

:. and sons, Kay: and Paul and Bill green with white accessories with score prize went to Mrs. H. A'I Who exemplifies t o i_:
a shoulder corsage of pink radi- Bestor; a memo pad as cut prize Il
Bowden left Monday to spend two
weeks at Fort Myers Beach. ance rosebuds and fern. went to Mrs. F M. Wright and I i

'" The groom was attended by Wm. Mrs. Beach and Miss Ava Ezelle : the Nth degree the

? Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Simmons, Laisman, of Green Cove Springs: ,I received hose and powder as guest I I

and Doris, Mr. and Mrs. ,V". H.,! his college roommate and fratern-, prizes. I

( Warren and daughter, Clovilla, vis' ity brother. Refreshments of congealed salad of
ited friends In Fort Meade Sunday. Following the ceremony an informal and sandwiches were served to: I i qualities sincerity f

reception was held'at the Mrs. Downs, Mrs. Bestor, Mrs. R. I
." Sam Houser has returned to the home of the bride's sister, Mrs. M. Bishop, Mrs. R. Y. Patterson,

t' Clewiston Engineer office after a Byrd. Mis. W. C. Owen, Mis. M. M. and service which *

two month's assignment in Jacksonville The bride, a daughter of Foster Prewitt, Mrs. Keathley Bowden, r,. yJ
district office. I Meredith of Miami, has made her Mrs. Willard Simpson, Mrs. J. W.

I home in Clewiston for a number of Ezelle, Miss Ava Ezelle, Mrs W. J have made this busij j
Edward Christ-Janer, who is years, coming here with her father H. Lanier, Mrs. F. M. Wright, Mrs. ::1: :

connected with the National Park from Caniiguey, Cuba. She is M. E. VonMach, Mrs. E. C.: Mills,, -
College In Washington, D. C., is a graduate of Fassifern School for Mrs. J. E. Beaidsley and Mis. M.,I ':' :

.. :; here this week on business.Mrs. Girls in Hendersonville, N. C: W. Bigg. I ness, is now associated
:' .: The groom is a graduate of the
University of Florida with a B. S.
and Carline and Bobby Berner are WITH MRS HODGES with ; -
degree and received his elementary .
leaving the latter part ot this week .' :
education In Chicago schools. He I :!:
for a visit with relatives in Geor- The G. A. girls met Tuesday afternoon ::
was a member of Lambda Chi Alpha
gia. fraternity. He is now employed with in regular meeting at the
home of Mrs. Arch Hodges with
the Edgewood Chemical Companyin J. E. BEARDSLEY
._.... DI'T5. C. L. Downs was a visitor Jacksonville. nine members present. i II ,
f.' : in Miami Sunday. Mrs. W. M. Red: Following an interesting program I i

'J elshtmer a'nddaughter, Patricia, Following a wedding" trip through refreshments of punch and cookies i i I :=:: HOPKINS BLDG. REAL ESTATEPHONE CO. Y
returned home with her to spend South Florida the couple .will be were' served to Mamie Johnson, 3.i
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Xin Contlnned thoughts of the man and girl work- he's kept on paying that ridiculously jumping up from the couch, startedto
CHAPTER ing in unison, new lines substituted. large alimony he signed up for when pace the length of the living r
-13- "
"You don't mind my tearing this they got their divorce." room. "Don't answer me now, he

The dinner Spike served was delicious to pieces in places, do you?" Phil A shadow passed over Mary's admonished shortly. "Give yourselfsome 0

and it was fun to be at Phillip four asked, looking askance at the pen- face. "I'm sure'Lelia doesn'tknowabout time! I won't force things,

Buchanan's apartment after cil marks that defiled one of the Jim's losses," she said de my dear I'll simply wait until

solid days of no companionship oth sheets. fensively. "She's one of the squar- you're quite ,sure-one way or the WNU Service.

er than Addie's. Both Spike and "Mind?" Mary returned, her eyes est, fairest women I've ever met, other Listen! You'll have to

Oscar greeted her like a long-lost filled with gratitude for Phillip Bu- and, what's more, I believe she's get 'Storm on the Mountain' typed, '
friend Spike smilingly taking chanan who bothered Ho rewrite the still terribly in love with Jim." and into Porter's hands right away. MalariaChillsFeverOXIDINE ;
hat and jacket, Oscar offering sentences she had composed. Phil Buchanan's chin thrust for- I'm going to trot along now. It's
wel chits end
in handshake of T.1.fltable Chidin. Step
great paw a "Mind! Why, Mr. Buchanan, I can't ward angrily. "Well, if'she is, now's twelve o'clock. f.,1',eI..n blood or ma!.,;."F.moulfOf p

come.- anda tell you how grateful I am! You're the time for her to show it! Jim's Mary got up from the lounge, and so y.,1.MOII.ybock gv.r.ntea
The evening had turned cool, terribly nice to help me ." not only almost completely down followed him into the entrance hall. .

bright fire of channel coal crackledon Phil picked up his highball and, : and out as to finances, but he's alsoa "You've been so good to help mell

the hearth. A table was alreadyset with head thrown back, drained its : very sick man. Ulcers of the
before it when she and Phil arrived -
contents. "Don't be silly! I'm not Stomach, or something. And he's I

and, shortly after, they were 'terribly nice' at all. I'm a mean, at his Connecticut place, sick, broke

sitting down to English and lamb buttered chops, grasping old man, taking great and alone except for his houseman." ll ll.I Our Guests

creamed new potatoes pleasure in indulging in my favorite "Perhaps Lelia ought to know," The ornaments of a house are

peas. Phil, himself, mixed a spring sport-the business of discoveringnew Mary had thought at the time. "I the friends who frequent it.-

salad In a wooden bowl, electric while black talent! And, Mary, I believeyou've wonder if I should write and tell Ralph Waldo, Emerson.
coffee percolated in an pot
got the goods!" her. She might think I'm an offi-

on a side table. "Well, you've done enough 'dis- cious little prig-yet I just know Double-checked to assure

"I've already spoken to" Anthony covering' for one night," Mary replied she's still in love with Jim, andshe'll accurate dosage always. j.-
Porter about novel, he said, ,
your want to do something aboutit.
smile curving the corners C
a St.JosephGENUINE
adding a dash of olive oil to '
of her mouth. "Look at that clock
dressing he was making."Is over there! It's twelve o'clock, andI It was almost a week, however, PURE ASPIRIN

he-an agent?" Mary asked, must home!" before she could make up her mindto

biting into a piece of spongy French go ,, write Lelia, and, even then, it .I.II .Ii Time for Courtesy

bread. CHAPTER XIV was with trepidation that she' sent Life is not so short but that
"Best in New York," Phil replied."If off the air-mail letter. for
i there is always time enough

your work's good enough for" The weeks slipped by-weeks that She and Phil had been seated on courtesy.-Emerson.
Porter to handle, you'll go to town.
almost identical in their pat-
were in Aunt Linnie's living
of the lounge
Eventually, dinner was a thing
tern, yet strangely thrilling for Mary room, and, finished with the readingof
the past, and a well-fed Oscar lay .
Loring. She was making excellentprogress the last sentence of the last chap-
the before the fire.
asleep on rug
Mary settled herself in one cornerof ; on her novel; the letters although ter, Mary looked up at the man, a J !
from home were fairly cheerful ,
in her -
the couch, and began "Storm on shy unspoken question eyes.
the Mountain" in, a voice which she her father had not yet founda "It's great, Mary!" Phil ex

knew was a bit shrill with excite- position; she was seeing Phillip claimed. "Tony Porter can't help

ment. Buchanan two or :three times a liking it! He'd be a fool to turn it '1 '
week, and he was, invariably, en-
Phil Buchanan, slumped Into a thusiastic over each group of the lar down.novel It's should got everything have-love a popu-and ; ,

deep chair nearby, filled his pipe newly-finished chapters which she
from an oilskin pouch, and listened I hate, revenge and vindication, conflict -
read to him. This spurred her on and And it's beauti-
On and suspense.
with half-closed eyes. on efforts.
to even greater "
she read, able at last to overcome fully written, my dear. 1TI': %fr'. : rI: :: :% _
March had slid into April, and : ; : : : :: : :!q.< ;;; ::11
calmed The girl's eyes filled with sudden,
lier nervousness; yet puz-
April had brought the publication of I unwanted tears of relief and happi- I
zled Phil's failure to make his and
by any He caught her arms
I "At Sea" in The National Weekly.
at her Phil
looking ,
comment whatsoever. Shehadn't ness, ,
kissed her warmly, tenderly.
With it had number of fan
come a
"Those, are like shin-
the vaguest idea what he was think- thought, eyes
letters; a glowing article about her "
ing, and, finally, at the completionof ing dark pools. Quite without warn- with the'novel, Phil," she said tim-
the third chapter, unable to stand in the Hawkinsville evening paper; ing, he put his arms about her, and idly. "I can't tell you ."
and a small but significant spot inPhilip's drew her to him. "You little nut!"
his silence any longer, she put down circle of friends. He opened the entrance door; then
he said brusquely. "What in the k'q
the script. _
wheeled about and looked at her
Anthony Porter had now read the about "
world crying ?
"Are thirsty? Phil asked im- you
you intently, a worried frown between
first fifteen chapters of "Storm on I
mediately. "How about a liqueur?" "I'm-I'm so happy! Mary returned -
the Mountain," and agreed with : his eyes. "I hope I haven't upset
her '
"Well, yes, I am thirsty-for some Phillip Buchanan that it was "good smiling through you, Mary," he said, his voice taut,
wonderful to have the
water, but that's not why stopped.I stuff." "Yes," he said, "I'll,marketit "It's so "but remember I'll (be waiting for
novel finished and to
think I'll scream in a moment if, for you, providing the remaining you say your decision. There'll never bo
don't something-anything! it's all right. else in' life darling!"
you say chapters come up to what I've anyone my ,
Tear the to pieces if like The man's arms tightened about
story you he caught her in his
seen. Abruptly,
her. "But, he protested, "I've said
-only don't keep me in such sus- It was during the last week of all along that 1 it was good stuff!" arms and kissed her warmly, ten-

pense!I"Phil April that Mary heard something "Well-yes. But you were so terribly derly, on the mouth. "I love you,
puffed slowly, maddeningly, rather about Jim he murmured.
startling Ormsby, about ,those short sto- dearest!
at his pipe; then removing it from and after several days of hesitation, ries 1"Phil! Then, almost roughly, he released .s..y r ; n.
his mouth smiled lazily at her. "Do -
decided to write Lelia an air-mail the door and
extracted a big sheer hand- her, stalked to ,
you really want to know what I letter and tell her what she knew.
I' kerchief from his pocket and dried slammed it behind him. Mary stood
think of 'Storm on the Mountain'?
Phil Buchanan had been her in- two shining tears that were sliding I where he had left her, as if rootedto
"YesI! For heaven's sake,
say formant. "So Lelia's having a time
down her face. "I was frank about i the floor.
something" for herself in Jamaica, Is she?" he those stories, Mary," he said, and Unconsciously, her hand went to p. .,
"Well he returned slowly "it's
had asked, using that belligerenttone his gray eyes had grown serious, her lips. Phil had kissed her for
great! I'm about it. The only
thing that crazy worries me is-can you which he invariably employed "because I wanted to help you. I the first time-and she had liked his

carry on with the same style suspect I was in love with you even kiss! "Yet how can I she asked

throughout the story? There's some- then, but I didn't actually realizeit herself. "I'm in love with Christopher *

thing almost breath-taking about until tonight." Cragg ys

"What! Mary exclaimed, and, :
of telling this tale. Frankly -
your way took "Storm the Moun-
Mary on (
apparently aware for the first time .
with it it's held --S-- 6
; tain"' to a public stenographer's to
that Phillip arms were
my interest from the very first be the next Yes
about her, hastily drew away from typed ,
page. she was told by the efficient young

Mary looked' at him incredulously. him."Yes," he said in a low voice, man behind a desk in the outer of- Oil purity...an objective de
"Do that? she
really mean
asked. making no effort to hold her, "yes, fice, they'd charge twenty-five dollars velopedinQuakerState'slab.oratories -

"My dear child, haven't I told I'm in love with you, Mary, but nev- for three copies, and they'dbind and accomplished in
it for her if she wished.
you the truth about everything elseyou've er having been in love with anybody its four great, modem refin-
I didn't A few minutes later, she was backon
before, I suppose recognizethe
written? Why on earth shouldI eries. All of
suddenly soft? Naturally, thereare symptoms! Darling?" Forty-second Street, and the rest trace impuritiesis
go "Yes Phil?" of the day before her. She didn't removed from the finest
a,few rough spots that need polishing ,
up; occasional sentences to "Will you marry me? I need you know just what she wanted to Pennsylvania crude to pro-

be interchanged; here and there a awfully. It's just dawned on me do, or where she wanted to go. She duce an oil that is puT ...SO
how important a part of my exis- was utterly satiated with writing.
word to be substituted; but funda- need
She felt as if she'd scream if she pure you worry
become how alone and
it's darned Wait tence you've ;
mentally, good a had to look at another wordevenin about motor troubles due to
lost I'd be withoutyou. .
second before you go on with that lonesome and ...,
someone's else novel-for at least' faulty or insufficient lubri-
next chapter; I'll get you some ice .
another week. She'd to make
water." Mary regarded him silently, her cation. Make AcidFreeQuaker
sort of holiday, a gala affair, of to-
Phil returned shortly, a tall silver eyes dusky with bewilderment and day, but'a girl can't be particularly State your choice.

pitcher in one hand, and a tray, surprise. This man was so different festive all by herself. Your car will run better,last
holding two tumblers, in the other. from-the others; so unlike Jerome
She wished that Phil had invited Quaker State Oil
He poured some of the cold water Taylor and Umberto Balianci, even her to have lunch with him, but he longer.

into one of the glasses and handedit / Christopher Cragg. He was so hon- hadn't even mentioned a future en- Refining Corp., Oil City,Pa.Rltailprice.

to her, and she drank "from it orable and straightforward. He gagement when they had parted the

swiftly, greedily. loved her; he was, well, rather a night before. A deep red suffusedher

"You were thirsty! Phil said, "My dear child, haven't I told wonderful person, and she should be face as thoughts of that parting

smiling at her. "More you the truth about everythingelse elated over his wanting her for his recalled themselves to her mind, $
35 per quart
"Yes, please. And then I want to you've-written?" wife-yet a vision of Chris precipi- and a pleasant sensation flooded her

go on with the next chapter." tated itself before her mind's eye. heart as she remembered his kiss.

"All right. And when that's fin- when speaking of Jim Ormsby's ex- "Phil," she finally began, "I hard- "I've never felt quite like that be- ,

ished if you still crave a few com- wife. ly know what to say. I. ." fore," she admitted to herself, "yet

ments, I'll make 'em." "Yes," Mary replied coldly.. "Why He leaned towards her, and quietly it's so silly for me to betouchedat

Mary picked up her script, and shouldn't she?" took one of her hands in his. all when I can't possibly be in

began to read. At last, the fourth Phil scowled at her. "Well," he "Then don't say anything just yet," love with Phil Buchanan. I, wonderif J

chapter completed, Phil left his retorted, "it seems a little unfair he replied, his speech blurred witha he'll call tonight."

chair and came over to sit on the when Jim's having such rough sledding gruff tenderness. "Don't give me, But "Mr. Phil" did not phone, and

couch beside her. "Now, let me :" editorially speaking, a rejection slip after eating dinner and reading the

look at that," he said, and Mary 'Rough sledding What's the tonight! Wait a while, dearest, and Sun, Mary, feeling lonesome for the

obediently placed the script on a matter with Jim Ormsby?" think things over. I shan't even ask first time since Linnie CotsweH's de.

table he had drawn up before the "Don't you know?" you if you care anything at all aboutme. parture, went to bed. i MOTOR toll

couch. "There's a paragraph in the "Know what? How should I know Perhaps I'd rather not hear. (TO BE CONTINUED)

first chapter-about page four_ ." anything about Mr. Ormsby? Lelia Perhaps I'm just a little afraid."
mentioned him tried valiantly-to regain her Many Kinds of Whales
hasn't over three Mary
And bending over the script, their
"Phil she There are various kinds of whales, h
heads almost touching, they worked times since I've known her-and equilibrium.
over the typed pages for the next then, of course, only casually." again "I ." But her speech was ranging in size from one foot long
shark which is said to
"Jim Ormsby's just dropped a lot halted by another blinding thought to the whale
two hours. Notes on the margin, reach a length of 70 feet. It is
notes on the back of each page; of money in the Barstow Amalga- of Christopher Cragg.
of Good .
the Hop
whole lines crossed out, and the mated failure," Phil returned, "yet Phil flung aside her hand, and, found near Cape


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. I lands county's timber production is DITCHES CLEANED ,...
I THE SUGAR QUOTA about 7556,000 feet, with an estimated -

I market value of about a .(Moore Haven Democrat

half million dollars, according to A small dragline belonging to

0.oap9 : County Forester Lloyd Zorn of the the United States Sugar Corpora-
I Florida Forest and Park Service. tion is at work for the Diston Island -

EMI' I The turpentine production is about Drainage District, cleaning out

7,200 gallons and the resin yield two ditches in this area.'

d sUBA I about 1,000 barrels, with a combined One of the ditches extendingfrom

value of nearly $10,000. The the highway past the F. B.

,.< I I industry employs about 650 persons Mills home to the feeder canal No.

NAZI {lAwrs cuBa AMIII ll3r I and the investment in equipment is 1 is almost finished at this time

'' IMOIIS.i oil !i about $300,000. Through the cooperation and the first of the week will be

.1 rF of the county with the put to ;work on the one extending

I Florida Board of Forestry, forest from the highway, south along

I ire protection is provided the Industry Baker highway to the home of W.
D. Barron.I. .

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With Our Direct-Reduction HomeS

1 '".of the People, by the People, for the Peofle" I II I Loan Plan, each monthly payment

--- Nte ES of the loan. That
cancels a portion : .

Palm Beach Merchants''II draughtsmen only present have delay.been Twenty put to workin new part: i is gone-- you cay no interest ,"
I the Jacksonville sub-office on on itand you are tnat much near-

Leading In First Half these may be changes let early so in that the the fall.contract 1 p1 CtloN er debt-free home ownership. Ask '

The St. Lucie locks: will be the N ; and you shall receive further good
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0 I of the concrete structuresin
\ about home loan plan.
West: Palm Beach Merchants, is expected to be received any day the entire project and plans are news

with a decisive win over Clewistonat for assembling. It is probable that to let the contract in three distinct I

:'Palm Beach Thursday afternoon, the machines will be placed first sections, one for the locks, anotherfor

11-:, won the. first half title in in the Kissimmee River and can- the spillway and the other for

the South Florida League despitethe als adjacent to the lake, and when the hydro-electric equipment which I Clewis ton. Federal Savings ,

fact that there are. Sunday'; I they are placed in operation the :will be used to generate power for

games yet to" play. Clewiston is !great program_ ; which calls for the operating the locks.
tied for third place with Lake complete elimination of the hyacinthpest and Loan Association ti

Worth at the present time while I in the waters of the Okeecho- Art Lawrence Enters

Pahokee is assured of second place. bee-Caloosahatchee project and immediately -

The third place tie will probablybe I' adjacent, will be well un- Real Estate Business

decided by Sunday's games. derway. I
Van Kinnamon, the Merchant's The machines are simply a se- I !I:
hurler, held the local nine to four ries of circle saws mounted on the Announcement is made this week I I

scattered hits, one of which, combined front and rear of a light .boat very by J. Beardsley, local realtor, I I'I

with an error, scored for. themin similar in size to the Dodge boats that A. W. Lawrence, former Clew lands, much
I Notice is hereby given that the following: described or so
the first inning and another sim- used by the engineers except deeper. iston postmaster and until, this week thereof as will be necessary to pay the amount due for SUGARLAND 1

ilar combination in the ninth scor- A shaft placed well in front of rural carrier on the mail route out I DRAINAGE DISTRICT TAXES for the years of 1937 and 1938 herein set

ed their second run. The Merchants the boat, carries a number' of the of Clewiston, will be associated opposite to the same, together with the cost _of such sale and ddvertising,
tapped Avant for eleven hits, which saws to cut directly in the path of with him in the real estate busi-1 I will be sold at public auction on the third "day of' July A. D. 1939, at the ,' .

combined with costly errors by the the boat. A shaft in the rear car- I hour of 12 o'clock noon, at the courthouse door, in' the City' of LaBelle. C-

Clewiston infield, allowed the Palm ries saw blades on either end which ness.Mr.. Lawrence has made a great I I County of Hendry, and State of Florida.

Beach players to cross the plate assists in chopping further thesE number of friends in Clewiston during -

with their eleven runs. struck by the front blades as wel his long residence here who I .

The Palm Beach loss was Clew- as widening the swath on either I will be pleased to learn that he I'

.iston's second of the week as they side. The overall length of one o has decided to enter business here!I ,

dropped a close decision to Hobe the machines is 19 feet and the and remain in Clewiston. DESCRIPTION Amount

Sound at Hobe Sound Sunday after- width '13 feet. The blades pulling .= OWNER', of Tnxcs

noon, 65.Avant through the hyacinths are the only Car And Truck Go Into or LAND 1:1: .; ; 't.,.. '. And Cox

propelling force for the machinesyet ...'-. s z '.
held the Hobe Sound bat- .. :: ;:: t
they are estimated to make be- WreckEarl ... t" s
ters to a few scattered hits through Canal Following .' r.rJ
the early' innings and for a time tween 'three and four miles an

the score stood at 50'in Clewiston'sfavor. hour and cat a swath twelve feet! E"f

Finding their batting eyes I wide. A 35 h. p. industrial motoris Foreman of Miami: was All Frac -....-.---.....--._-- 1
used for power.' slightly injured Tuesday when \ All Frac _......__-u._..____ 2 --
in the ninth they scored four runs i : All Frac ...._.___...._ _.__ 3 43 32 5 Tax Delinquent __.._._..._.___.. 4.71
and Avant retired 'fn favor cf I .The hyacinth work has'already big grocery truck belonging to the All Frac _._._._.._.__....._.._.._ 4 43 32 13 Tax Delinquent .:..._ _..__.. .. 10.95
Forbes who yielded two hits and been started to a small'extent, the Chitty Wholesale Grocery Companyof "All I"rac ..____.._._;....._____ 5 43. 32 56 Tax Delinquent ..__..._____.__ 47.70

made a couple' of wild pitches to old elevator eliminator: working ir Miami ,which he was driving All Highway Frac Nand__'-_E ._of.__State.._._.... 6 43 32 40 Tax Delinquent ___.._._...:._ 34.35
the west end of the Caloosahatchce crashed into the rear of a car 'owned All Nand E of State '
allow the two winning runs TO. Highway .._._..____..._.._...__ 7 43 32 59 Tax 'Delinquent '--_-'__"_'". 50.48
score. and the Dl working at present in by the United States Sugar Corporation All Nand 1'1 of State .. ..
Clewiston there the St. Lucie river. The latter machine and driven by A. J. Baker, Highway _.__.______..__ 8 43 32., 418 Tax Delinquent __.':.._._.__352.23
plays Pompano firs The accident I All Frac __..._.....________ 9 43 32 583 Tax Delinquent _._ ._:____.490.09
Sunday as the last game in the will be brought in the timekeeper at Azucar. All Frac _._........__...______ 10 43 32 '579 Tax Delinquent _.______487.07
first half. The schedule for the fin of July, however, and be placed o i occured near the corporation office All ____._.____.__......_......_ 11 .13 32 618 Tax Delinquent _.___..._..-519.78
All except Nt,4 of N\VV 12 43 32 582 Tax Delinquent ____.....__.._489.04IN
al half will be just the reverse of dry dock for needed repairs. I' at Azucar and both the car and %. of N'V% ._._____............__ 12 43 32 39 Tax Delinquent -_.__..____ ,33.30
the first half schedule. truck were overturned in the Palm All h ._ ._.__..._______.._j._._.._. 13 43: 32: 6o9 Tax DehnqucntAll ________..n.1: .')...n.'.7
BUSSEY AND 11OBU1NS Beach Canal.. _......____.__.__.__._...._.__ 14 43 32 597 Tax Delinquent -501,59
EV and NWVi _.._______ 15 43 32 448 Tax Delinquent .___376.49
BID LOW ON HOUSES Mr. Baker had just left the of-'I All ___......___...___.___.__.... '24 43 32623 Tax Delinquent ____._523.82
Children To GiveProgram fice and had not developed a speedof All .__ .,._...__._.._..._.__.____.._ 25 43 32 623 Tax Delinquent .. ......523.82.'f
All _______..._........:.._:...__..._.__..___ 36 43 32 611 Tax Delinquent _.___._:..._.513.36
Paul Bussey and C. E. Robbins more than twenty miles an hour All Frac __..._.__......... .._._.. ._ 6 43 33 13 Tax Delinquent .._..__..___._ 11.04
June 25Children's the low bidders on the four when the truck, travelling at forty- I All ___.:....._..___..-_..__...._ 7 43 33 628 Tax Delinquent ..._.._.._..._.__.527.89
were All _.___._.........__......_._.._._...._ 8 43 33 628 Tax Delinquent ..__.__..___.527.89
new houses to be constructed in five ,for fifty crashed into his carfront All -.._.__._...___......__..___.__ 9 43 33 628 Tax Delinquent _____._.____527.89
the west part of town by the Clew the rear. Neither Mr. Baker All exc SW'i, of S\VV& ..
Day Program June 25: I of SEVi; W2 of SWVi ....
I iston Realty and Development Corp- nor a man with him were injuredbut of SWU EV of SEU "I- '
It is hoped that all patents and oration when bids were opened this the car was badly damaged. of SEVi of SWVi _.._......__.. 10 43 33 593 .Arlpeka Farms Co. '.:.__....._.2492.G::
I I SWVi of SWVi of SEVi : tt- .I. .; .. .
friends of the children of the entire week. wv' of swyt of swvi ...
community will see the fit- Contract for the two stucco of SWVi ; E>A of SE 4
Experimental of SEVi of SWViWV ___ 10 43 33 19 Tax Delinquent _______ 81.57
ness and'opportunity of witnessingthis ,es vent to Mr. Robbins and hOUS-\\ '_ S of Nine Mile Canal 11 43 33 278 Tax Delinquent ____1167.75
Mr. __ 12 43 33 12 Alma F. fetter ._____ 50.90
with to
two drop siding of SWVi
event at which time will be WW EVof
Castor Beans All __..__.-..--..........--_....._- 14 43. 33 610 Tax Delinquent __.___._2561.11
presented an appropriate programin Foundation work on two of the NW'% and WV of SWViNV 15 43 33 211 Tax Delinquent _.____...887.98

song and verse by the children. houes has already begun. I : SWVi,; W% of NWU _....._..__......_...._._ .
of SEVi _._.....-....._..._ 16 43 33 467 Tax Delinquent ....,
Promotions will be made for pu- A northern firm, said to be of WV
pils having reached "that certain Lock Contract Will headed by Gar Wood, Detroit manufacturer E1f of of SEVi SEVi._: .._EV_.._:_...._._......_.__ 16 43 33 120 Tax Delinquent ......_..____.__101.55
._. ._
._. 16.24
i of SEVi ...... 16 43 33 19 Tax Delinquent -- --
age" in their respective classes. I has leased a tract ofsev- All Wof_..____SWV'i..___._...._........_.......__._ 17 43 33 610 Tax.Dellnquent ......_.._..._.__,__512.89
Let us make it a memorable oc Fall enty acres from John Tiedtke in All ....._....__...___..._......_....._...___ 18 43 33 610 Tax Delinquent .__.._...______513.35
Be Let By All ... ....._...___._.._._.._....._._._. 19 43 33 631 Tax Delinquent ..._.__.........__._...530.40
casion for these kiddies, trusting the Liberty Point area and has All .:..?___..__._.__.._.__._.._ 20 43 33 630 Tax Delinquent __..._.____529.90
that it will register in all pupils planted it.in a new (type of castor All .....,...._._.--_.___ ...... 21 43 33 626 Tax Delinquent ...____..__.__ 525.87
All R R R/\v"_._ 22 43 33 ,610 Tax Delinquent
the importance of Sunday School instruction Engineer officials at the Clew- bean which is growing very nicely. I All except__........._._.__._...__._ 23 43 33 625 Tax Delinquent ______.525.82
and attendance in the iston sub-office stated Wednesdaythat It is said that this planting is WV _......_.__._..___._....._.__ 24 43 33 304 Tax Delinquent ____._.255.51
___.___._______.___ 25 43 33 304 Tax Delinquent .___...._.256.02
molding of lives into' honorable the way appeared to be finally experimental and several such plots All ._._.._............_._._...._._,..__.__ 26 43 33 625 Tax Delinquent __...__._.._.525.82
citizens. : cleared for the construction of have been planted elsewhere in I All exc R R R/W :._._. 27 43 33 610. Tax Delinquent ......______.......512.68 rt'
A Pupil. of All ......_..__....._....._._.._._..__._._.... 28 43 33 625 Tax Delinquent _.-.__....._.525.87
-; the new locks in the St. Lucic Can I the 'glades and in other parts All ____.....__.._...._..__......_____ 29 43 33 630 Tax Delinquent ._.____....529.90
al and as soon as certain details! the state. Those in charge of theplanting All ..___...___.__...___..__ 30 43 33 631 Tax Delinquent _.____._530.40All
have been ___._._.__..___..._.....___ 31 43 33 6n: Tax Delinquent .___.__...530.36
Hyacinth DestroyersAre have been changed on the plans! of the land very All ..._..._._...._.....___._._._._._.__ 32 43 33 1:30: Tax Delinquent .______.___.529.90
and specifications the l con-tiatt: : for 1 1I reluctant to give out informationas All ...._...___..._._._....__......._._._ 33 43 33 626 Tax Delinquent .__._.___._...._525.87
_.. 31 .13 33 610 Tax Delinquent
Being AssembledThe I at least a portion of the work will to their plans and it is not All All except._._._.__R__.._R._._R/W_..._..__.._.... 35 43 33 625 'fax Delinquent ________525.82
be ready for letting. It is anticipat known definitely to what use the All ._....._._....._._.__.__.._.._.__._ 36 43 33 609 Tax Delinquent ...._.__.._._.._._.512.09
; that Lc let beans 'will be put. It is indicated All ....._....._....___.._....._....._......___...... .1 44 33 fi05 Tax Delinquent ...._...___._........508.65
ed the contract vigil not castor . _._._ 615 Tax Delinquent _.___..___..........516.67All
All ._......._.._._.__._....._.... 2 44 33
U. S. Engineers at the warehouse later than October. however, that there will except R R R/W .._,3 44 33 519! Tax Delinquent ...______._....503.65
in Clewiston began this week For almost two consti notion be good market and as the beans All ........_......_.....____.,..._........_.._...... .1 H 33 G13 Tnx Delinquent _..__._..._....._.._515.16
rr ; a All _..._ ..._..__ .............._._._._;. 5 H 33 618 Tx Delinquent __...___..-.-.......519.36
assembling two of the new hyacinth I of these! locks )Kn: : been ev are only grown in the summer time AlI ...._.....rir! ............?.......-..._.._...._._ I 6 44 33 1:10: Tax Delinquent ._.._.__...................512.85
destroyers, ingenious devices developed pectPd at time but the work off-season for most crops, they All ........_..__._....... ..._.__...._........._.... 31 43 :H 625 Glades Land Corp. __...............525.82
any an All __.._._;.._,..._............_.___.__._._ 32 43 34 625 Glades Land Corp.. _._._..._..._._525..82
at the district office in has been held up, it is understood i, may some day become a nice source All __.._.._._...___..__....__ __ 33 43 :4:: 609 Glades Land Corp. ..__.__.._512.68
Jacksonville and used with great because of a lack of funds to of for Florida farmers All ____..__....__.._..___ 34 43 ::34 61G Glades Land Corp. ._....._.....__517.68
I carry levrnue All _..__.._...._,.___..__..__....___. 3 44 34 605! Glades Land Corp; _.___.._508.65
success in preliminary trials in the the work for an entire year. Funds All ----.--.-................-...!...-----...- 4 44 34 605 Glades Land Corp. __._...__508.G5
destruction of hyacinths in that were recently appropriated by Congress HIGHLANDS CO.' TIMBER All _._......._.._...._._.._..._.._._..______ 5 44 t4 G15 Glades Land Corp. ..__.__.,_...516.67
I PI'I I I All "_.._.."...._...._.,...._.._...._4 .i.: == G H 31 G15 Glades Land Corp. _._..._516.67 ,
area.The sufficient to carry the work PRODUCTION 7,5.jG,006 : Li'AGg
two machines will' soon be for at least one fiscal year and the .R. N. :MILLER. .fr.
I Tax Collector
ready for ,operation. and a third one minor, changes in design are the Sebring, June 22-(FNS)-High Ilendiy County, Florida
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