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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: June 30, 1939
Publication Date: 1928-
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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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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CLEWISTON, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JUNE 30, 1U39 SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 PER YEAR
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:j.i'r:. Sugar Wage Hearing Is Held Here Wednesday I I





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Contract For Lock 'Fire Control Bill Sugar Cane Growers Protest

1 POST-OFFICE TAKES I'

To Be Let July 27 Approved By House

',:' NEW RATING AND Low Louisiana Rate For

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By a vote of 87 to 68 .the Houseof I
Bids for the construction of Lock '
I Representatives approved the Same Area
CLERK TOMORROWToday No. 1 in the St. Lucie canal, one Crop
expenditure of $75,000 for fire
section of a job which is expected . .
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control work Wednesday after
I on
to cost well in excess of a million oi -
considerable effort had been expended i
is the last day Clewistonwill dollars, will be opened at the dis-, in behalf of the measure Thomas Markette Starts Congressman Pat Can-
have third-class postal service trict engineer's office at ten o'clock

as the office here goes into second a. m. on July 27, it was announced 'by Congressman Florida Congressional Millard Caldwell delegation.is New Business Building non Says He Will
from the district officein
class tomorrow, July 1. Wednesday
.. have taken the lead in
., said to
Postmaster A. ,,'. Sias has b.e* Jacksonville.The Fight Sugar Act And
marshalling enough support to pass
at work this week changing records advertisement for bids on in Lot 34 in Block 38 on Bond
the bill which will aid solvingthe
" ; and taking care of other matters the structure was published on fire problem in South Florida. Street' adjoining the telephone of- Aid Growers Of The

: '... incidental to the change and Tuesday and calls for the construc- The appropriation was stricken fice was purchased recently by

" ,: a new clerk will go on duty to- tion of the lock structure and five from the agricultural department)I Thomas E. Markette through JamesE. Everglades.Florida .

,, : morrow, Miss Billle Hooker. Authorization houses for attendants adjacent to I I supply bill last, week. Beardsley, local realtor, and
to add the. extra clerk the locks. The new locks will be ground has already been broken fora
The item has been approved by
came this week and the only requirement constructed on the site of the pres-! the Senate and it 'is expected to new business_ building on the site. sugar cane growers at a
was that one be hired St. Lucie Locks No. 2 about will be of
ent go to the President for his signa- The new building con- hearing in Clewiston Wednesday protested -
who had made application for the (Continued on Page 8) I crete block construction and will
ture in its present form. against the difference in wage
:. : position of substitute clerk, the be twenty-five feet wide by forty
.- examination for which :scales! established by the Departmentof
civil service feet deep to be divided into two

t will come, up within a few weeks. rooms by a partition through the Agriculture for Florida and Louisiana -

, '. Miss Hooker will serye, however, : SUGAR TALKS middle. The Clewiston Radio and inasmuch as both are in

on a full time basis rather than :' -, Electric Company will occupy the the same cane-producing area and

substitute basis for forty hours per .- / entire building.

week. i S *SS. By Clarence R. Bitt 1g'r The front room will be used for I independent growers testified that
I well satisfied with the
' The office will be closed a display room and the back roomas they were

forth on Saturdays at 12:00 hence-I : ': an office and repair shop. J. F.: contracts which they now hold

instead of 12:30 as Tippey is the contractor, and workis with the United States Sugar Corp-

J .. there will be no further 'I "C: > Are Foreign Products Best scheduled to be completed by oration for processing their cane.
During *
service until Monday morning. -
July 25.The .
Close to a hundred sugar cane
-'I the other days of the week at new building will cost ap-
and vegetable growers were assembled -
will remain
: least one window open $2,000.
: '. I proximately
',- all day, even while mail is being,II I When America became a Nation every phase of its democracy was r in the high school auditorium

./ distributed, from eight o'clock until obnoxious to the nations of Europe.: They at once set out to defame and Fishing Contest Is when the hearing was called to

,; six.Palm. ] discredit the new nation and have continued the same tactics down to order at a few minutes past: ,nine

.,,': and including the present'time, adding many refinements to their tech- o'clock. A large group of negro
Well UnderwayDonation
Beach Takes nic of destructive criticism and advice, the Anglophiles in high position
here aiding and abetting such foreign undermining of our economy.' laborers from the cane fields of the

The European industry of turning out books both critical of- Amc'rica United States Sugar Corporationwere

First Half Title and attempting to teach Americans the way of righteousness, or of prizes for the Clew- also grouped in the hallwaybut
doing as they told us, began in 1795 and has flourished continuously, on iston fishing contest now underwayhere

"'- Lon ever. Increasing scale, since then. England, boasting that she .was have been made by a numberof only one was called upon to

The final games in the first half the workshop of the world, endeavored to make the world subject to leading tackle dealers and at this give any evidence.

It >_:;; j of the South Florida baseball lea- her rule. To continue in the role ,of. ruling not .only the waves but time.. there..are..pil._.display at the The hearing was one of the several .
_ -:,.f ..gue were played Sunday and the also the. land in the world, required that the" Englislf'Vulingtradrngclass displayof hearings conducted
office of J. E. Beardsley a wage scale -
t ),$' results of the games "that day placed -- adopt the standard, for others, of free international trade although
should
I tackle for prizes which in the mainland cane producingarea
West Palm Beach in first place, setting poor example by* not following their own advice.
Pahokee in second Clewiston, third, I. .From these broad beginnings, the Anglophiles of America became cause any fisherman to make an by the Department of Agri-
I extra effort to land the big ones. culture in order to establish a fair
Lake Worth, fourth, Pompano and imbibed with the idea of great virtue in permitting others to profitat
our. this pseudo-virtue seized all there have been compara- and reasonable wage for cultivationand
Hobe Sound in the cellar position. expense; was upon by foreignersas So far
Clewiston won the final game fertile ground in which to sow the seed of their own well-being. tively few entries in the contest harvesting of cane in accordancewith

with vistory over Pompano I The, Cuban ruling class, being not only intelligent but also able businessmen which is free and open to anyone. the Sugar Act of 1937 which

.- an easy of 14-3. Lake Worth seized upon the idea of capitalizing this existing condition and I The rules are simple and anyone permits the Secretary of Agriculture -
by a score have profited greatly therefrom. who handle a rod and reel and to name this wage scale for
the third can
lost their game breaking Cuba has been granted exceptional rights and monopolies in our I stands good chanceto every producer sharing in benefit -
artificial bait a
place deadlock which had prevailed markets. To cite only a few will clearly tell the story. Cuba has been payments.The .

: up to that time. Everett Forbes presented, on a golden platter, the pineapple and winter vegetable industries win a prize. Application blanks presiding officer at the
pitched a nice game for Clewiston of Florida and has been granted exclusive rights to the Am- may be had at the office of Mr. LaGuardia
Garibaldi ,
giving up only four or five scattered erican sugar market. These advantages and privileges were made of Beardsley, secretary of the Clewis- hearing was
hits while his teammates crashed even greater value by the so-called Reciprocity Treaty. Reciprocity has ton Chamber of Commerce, or:at the senior' economist of the sugar cane
the of
- out fifteen hits during the game been defined as the granting of mutual advantages to each other by Chamber offices in the Administration division of department

.. and gave him an eight run lead two nations; the first 24 months' results under the Cuban treaty disclose building. agriculture assisted by Otis E.

In the first Inning. an entirely new form of mathematics, in which two equals one, Bass to be entered ,In, the con- Mulliken from the labor divisionof ,

The Clewiston line-up was: Roberts two for Cuba and one for us. Coupled with this 2 to 1 equality, if it may test must be weighed in at one of the department. Haskell Donoho,
be so-called, the Cubans are continually crying that they should be granted representing the solicitor's office
cf; Bell, If; Moore, Ib; Hooks, the local fishing camps, at Parkin
S exclusive and monopolistic rights to an ever increasing portion of was chairman and Donald W. Aik-
Hawkins 3b Ward, 2b; Hare, at the Clewiston Inn.
c; ; son's Store or
'"; _' J .our sugar market because, as they claim, they boosted their sugar production en of the insular sugar division was
,-ss; Clark, rf; Forbes, p. Avant went I to over 5,000000; tons during the World War at our insistent present merely as an observer.
,; in for Clark for a portion of ,the
: demand. CONSERVATION MEETING IS After Mr. Donoho had called the
game. Bare assertion such that of the Cubans, when repeated often
as HELD IN MIAMI FRIDAY meeting to order he read the order
.' The second half of the league enough, becomes established as seeming truth, the mere scrutiny of for the wage rate hearings, one
':. will begin following the which is then to be looked upon as rash presumption. The more widely
season which held in Baton Rougeon
such is and imbibed the its claimto A. Bestor and J.. E. of was
holidays, probably an error published greater supposed Horace I
Fourth of July Iberia
13 another in New ,
June ,
,
: unquestioned acceptance and the seeker after truth, in any serious Beardsley were the Cle.wiston'rep-
next Thursday. another in New
", iB .effort to test such assertions by consulting the facts, is often looked resentatives at a meeting held in La., on' June 15,
upon as a most annoying and presumptuous interloper. The facts are Miami last Friday for the purposeof I Orleans on June 16 and the one in

NEW TECHNOLOGIST available in records of United States Tariff Commission and such facts $300,000 soil con Clewiston, the only Florida hearing,
considering a
clearly disclose that the claims and representations of the Cubans, for the Ever- and explained the purpose of the
':- Dr. Wreal L.. Lott, a recent graduate relative to the reasons for their excessive sugar production, are as servation 'program hearing. The chairman also stated

.5 ,;,. of Cornell Univeristy with a devoid of fact as they are 'full of wind. glades. The meeting was Chairman presidedover I, that nothing of a legal nature couldbe

:' major in soil microbiology is ex- Even in the countries where sugar-cane matures most slowly, a by AbelVollman, : admitted as evidence and if such
.\. ;' pected to arrive the latter part of crop can be obtained within two years after planting and in Cuba such of the National Resources Committee testimony was to be introduced it

this week to take up his duties as ''a crop matures in one year. Table 8b of Tariff Commission, Report No. and many other government and should be filed as a brief with thedepartment.

soil technologist in the research 73 on Sugar, lists Cuban production for select years as follows: slate agricultural representativeswere .

of the United States 1914-15 .............................__............................._... 2,592,667 tons present. of
r .. department Bitting, president
This valuable 1919-20 ...,.............................................................. 3,730,077 tons much concerned over a i Clarence R.
Corporation. Miami, Corporation -
Sugar Research 1923-24 .._..........._................................................ -1,060,642 tons offered full I the United States Sugar
the Agricultural water supply, the
to
'r addition 1924-25 .....r............................._............................. 5,125,970 tons dwindling Orr city took the ,stand as soon as
.. staff will allow a number of' 1928-29 ..................................................._............. 5,156,315 tons cooperation and Alexander invitation to testify was given and
.. important experimental soil projects, commissioner, pledged the raisingof until few minutes
Such figures clearly disprove the Cuban claim and disclose that Cubans remained there a
to expand and ultimately lead to increased their production beyond all reason during the "Dance of the $120,000 to match a fund from before the luncheon recess.

even more intensive and efficientuse Millions" in the deluded hope that they had captured the sugar marketsof the U. S. Geological Service to Mr. Bitting called attention to

of our different soil types. the world. Table 10 of the same report shows that shipments from make the $300,000. The,, survey.., the wage section of t Sugar Act

Cuba to the United States, including deliveries for refining and re-export, will be for soil conservation wunicspect of 1937 and stated that many or
I:
WESTERN UNION TO during the war years were: to soil subsidence and fire the sections of that act did not

CLOSE ON SUNDAYS' 1917 ........._............................................................. 1,687,701 tons control, wild iife conservation, to his corporation such as

.5. 5 1918 ........................:............................................. 2,106,993 tons drainage, and mainly water sup apply employment of child labor and

The Western Union -office here 1919 .......................?...............................,.............. 2,315,097 tons for East Coast cities including the settlement required with
--.i ............... .............. ply the full
r: will be closed In the future all day 3 year average _.....................' 2,036,597 tons Miami. each month but he called
harvests not gathered for the American employees
The 5,000,000 ton were I
Sunday and those having messages attention to the wage scales and
people. Cuba today is granted an exclusive and monopolistic market in
r. will"receive all not intended -
that
to send on day the: United States as great as, or greater than, she supplied during the KIWANIS HEAR TALK: KY) stated that Congress had
.', day service at the Clewiston Inn, it war. S JIMMY HALLVEDNESDA1 in passing the law that there

was announced this week by Mrs If Cuba, the Philippines and other foreign countries be added together should be any differential betweenthe

J. M. Fountain, manager of the the results for the years listed and 1932, as compared with tomorrow wages paid in different sectionsof
-- Hall, who leaves
local 'office.STEEL now current quotas for these same areas, show: Jimmy Schoolof the same cane producing area

1917 ......................................................._............. 1,775,411 tons for Atlanta to enter Georgia and protested the fact that Louis
1': HOUSES FOR 1918 ...............:........................................................ 2,180,790 tons Technology under, a new cooperative iana, in the same cane producingarea

RADIO GENERATOR 1919 ...................................................................... 2,460,917 tons plan' for students, gave as Florida, should have a
a nice talk :.!It Kiwanis meeting substantially lower than

New steel coverings, or houses 1932 ..................................................,_................... 2,645,698 tons Wednesday night in whjch he out- wage scale Florida growers.Mr. .
radio at the 1939 ........................:.............._.....__...................... 3,000,067 tons lined the new plan for students in that given introduced as
for the new generators then
,', ," '. While American citizens are out of work they are denied" the right which they were allowed to work Bitting
been harvesting
Jocks and hurricane gates have statement of
to produce sugar, a non-surplus crop, to meet the requirements of their time and study part time.J. evidence a
and part and
received by the U. S. Engineers the corporation
exclusive and monopolistic paid by
fellow Americans, although foreigners are granted chairman wages
, '1 i are being installed. They will be l rights to an ever Increasing quantity of such non-surplus crop. E. Beardsley committee, new outlinedhis the six rates paid according to the
placed adjacent to the control and un-. of the program I of He explain-
The American people are entitled to a clear, straightforward for the: different types cane.
..$, W rooms In which the radios are housed equivocal answer to the question of who profits by the discriminations plans for programs (Continued on Page 8)

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Cleaning a medium Cement stiff wire Ornaments.Use brush.-to GOLDEN LESSON TEXl TEXT-Give-l" Kings therefore 3515. thy servo ((I ;;;

clean the bird baths and other ant an understanding heart that 1 may;
cement ornaments in the garden. discern between good and bad.-I Kings; 3:9.: .

Success or failure in life is determined -
Be First to Crochet by the measure of a man's ayt0 rrf yf

devotion to God and obedience to HOW SEW RUTH WYETH I iI1DBIl
Summery EnsembleIT'S the will of God. We speak now 'of SPEARS

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ideas of the world. We are concerned - - - - - 1pSSSjptS .
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he does for God, not with what he FOR HATTRESS Spears, that have not appeared in

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lesson.
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tlH 1. Wisdom Offered (v. 5). !
Solomon had properly opened his ENG1NOF I
reign by going to Gibeon to offer a SPRING NNER.o lrV Just taste 'em

thousand burnt offerings because he f MAtTRE$5p ,
"loved the Lord" (v. 3). Having returned -
from his day of worship, he WIDTH OF COTTON PAD FRAME BATTING WTTH

had fallen into a deep sleep when MATTRESS BASTED TO MUSUN
God spoke to him saying, "Ask what THEN COVER
1 I shall give thee." It was an unusual

offer, a kind of blank check that THERE comes a letter from a
God gives only to those whom He who says: "Thanks for
can trust to fill it out right as Mac- the article telling how to make a '

aren suggests. chair of lumber and cover it. I :
Sometimes we wish God would wish there were more things that
jive us such an opportunity. "Thats husbands and wives could do to-
just what He has done. He has gether."
not in dreams, butn
to
appeared you
Anyone that can make 3 wooden i'"y? >'a
broad daylight and by 'His Son ;zf a > ?-
boxes and then screw or bolt
Fesus Christ has said as plainly as
them together, can make this dav-
easy to be smart when you le could, Ask and it shall be given enport frame. The center box is
A crocheted He has repeated it three
can turn out acces- you.
made to fit an inner spring mat-
sories like these in no time. The imes, saying, ask, seek, find. And tress of size desired. All the
hat of single crochet with chic roll hen He has returned to say, "Ev- any
dimensions here.
other are given
brim in puff stitch-the roomy iryone that asketh receiveth, and he
bag to match-are accessories for hat seeketh findeth, and to him that One way to make the cushionsis
which you'll have endless use. jiocketh it shall be opened." We to bind flat sheets of newspa-

There's an adjustable band in have no right "to say that Solomon pers together and then pad this -
back of the hat. Pattern 6381 con- iras more favored than we. We base with cotton. Covering ma- I {
tains instructions for making hat ire more favored than he. If we terial in a rather heavy, rough

and bag; illustrations of them and have not, it is because we ask not.f textured cotton goods in a plain A J FLA
color or a conventional design willharmonize new-type inner wrap KE
of stitches; materials needed.To : we lose peace and'joy, happiness d '
obtain this pattern send 15 and heaven, it is all for want of ask- best with the modern now-brings Kellogg's Com ,
cents in corns. to The Sewing ng" (Joseph Hammond). lines of this piece of furniture. d TH ? / ,Ill

Circle, Household Arts Dept., 259 II. Wisdom Chosen (vv. 6-9). NOTICE ABOUT BOOK Flakes to you FRESHER and Eo? Rf 6tpA t

W. 14th St., New York, N Y.BILIOUS. The noble and intelligent choice of. PRICES: Book SEWING for more delicious than ever' ,
iolomon has been much admired the Home Decorator, and No. 2, l ryrQ'

and rightly so, for he chose the Gifts, Novelties and Embroid- ant fllrrt 1rl
;;reatest gift that could come to any eries, are now 15 cents each; or fir/f rnt nruur
? nan, "an understanding heart." He both books for 25 cents. Readers Copr.1939 by Kellogg Company

Here Is Amazing Relief for night have asked for money or powr who have not secured their copiesof -
Conditions Due to Sluggish Bowels but with the lack of wisdom to these two books should send in --
If YOU think laxatives would have their orders immediately as no
01i1'lCtJ'. / pal'IJ act; alike Just try th.Isd' use them properly they ,
n-'-"" "-""1II.-'" all v.ostable mlld<< h.flue.So h, re. been a curse to him and to others. more copies will be available, \s ,,t3:'.
freshing invigorating. Dependable<< rely from Long life is but a continued blight tot when the present supply is ex- :a Ty (v"3ok2 '
nick beadaches<< bilious spells. tired feeling when ;
associated with constipation. foolish man because it only ex- hausted. Your choice of the
Without Risk?druggist.e*a 2&o Make box of the NR test from your ends the time of his folly. All I QUILT LEAFLET illustrating 36 \:ba<}ys/n..5..!55 {.i"ty'Y: d\ }; ; i'a' \ .. ,,/i.;:
U not delighted, return the box to us. We sill the of I authentic stitches or .: : f -
refund the purchase rings[ in way possessions patchwork C/ y /ln. ;CC uv ? uA 'R; 3lna
price. That1 fair jfT. of there- RAG LEAFLET will be ,
Get KR Tablets today* fit J> nust be outside a man, the RUG C'"} k h'J'
fore they maybe lost or misused. included with orders for both
ALWAYS CARRY QUICK RELIEF Jut what he is and what he has in books for the present, but the offer -
ar arrr dear
', FOR ACID his heart, these are what make a may be withdrawn at any
rt3J INDIGESTIONWicked nan worth while. Solomon showed time. Leaflets are 6 cents each
M FtMOISlq\SS ; the beginning of wisdom when he when ordered separately.

hose, above all things, an under- Everyone should have copies of T
Pride tanding heart. these two books containing a total

Pride, if not the origin, is the III. Wisdom Granted (vv. 10-14). ?;.\ m
medium of all wickedness-the at- There can be no higher word of ""
mosphere, without which it would c:ommendation than to say that a be miserable withMALARIA
instantly die away.-F. W. Rob- lan's choice "pleased the Lord"v.
ertson. ( 10). To have that attitude of W i-u LOOKOUT([ MOUNTAIN HOTEL .

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tor tired burning irritated : in conformity to the will of God 66 6 outdoor, swimming pool golf riding tennis. Rates moderate. Address ..
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snow-white. Try It. Lookout Mountain Hotel Chattanooga Tennessee
PENETROThe pleased, is to be ready for God'sunlimited LIQUID.TABLETS.SALVE.NOSE DROPS
blessing. Solomon asked

for wisdom, and because he re-
UnknownNo eived: that gift from God, he was
has eady to receive riches, honor, and
man ever yet thoroughly
PENNY FOR PENNY
mastered the knowledge of him- )ower. We may by God's graceo
self.-Goethe. ; the same way and take from His
blessed hand numberless gifts.
Note the qualifying word "if" inverse r

.Malaria Chills Fever later 14.years Solomon as king.failed The God tragic inhis YOUR BEST CIGARETTE BUY .

T.U rthbh OJ;din..Stop dull and esults are written for all to read.
fiver.don blood of mibrit./ Famous
pjn IV. Wisdom Exercised (v. 15). .
for SO yetrt.Money-bidt:g
dream he showed his faith in God's
OXIDINEWeak promise and in fact demonstrated every pack equals

the wisdom which was now his possession 5 extra smokes
by returning to his capital

in PrejudiceTo city; Jerusalem, to stand before the > Camels give you more for your cigarette ''
ark of the covenant in reverent worship R,.
weak.-Samuel be prejudiced is always to be then to lead his people in a money all around! There's more tobacco by'

Johnson. public service of confession and consecration weight in Camels, compared to the averageof

which was followed by a '-'" 15 other of the largest-selling brands

tJ great religious feast which drew the ,. tested.Besides,Camels burn slower than any
A GREAT BARGAIN king and "all his servants," the ;q i.i ;Y
people of Israel, into a blessed unity ,,: ;, s; ti': other brand tested-25. slower than the

a efore the Lord. S average time of the others.Thus,Camels give

e e One could wish and pray that all : you the equivalent of 5 EXTRA SMOKES
earth whether in ;,
rulers of the
the
1 '''''V PER PACK When you count in Camel's
democracies or under dictatorships
Ask Tour/Cr cir; night have the wisdom and humilityf e'r0".r: t: costlier tobaccos, it all adds up to America's

Solomon. The world is in utter favorite cigarette-Camels! Enjoy Came1s-

onfusion and really confesses thatt ;' 'r for PLEASURE plus ECONOMY!
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_ Only t does not know the way out of its -
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ifficulty. It has not yet turned to

GOOD MERCHANDISE lod. II rulers and people would THE CIGARETTE OF .
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fall! upon their faces before Him in

Can Be CONSISTENTLY Advertised not ontrition be long and before supplication we would, it would see C n I'll .. COSTLIER TOBACCOSAROUND

e BUY ADVERTISED GOODS I both spiritual and material peace
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j' tr r. a her to tell her a few truths. was satisfied. Recently two too

.:... I "So I'm a flirt, am I?" demanded Louisiana Tech coeds fought a 5o if your not:: '&.
" the maid, after a few prelim duel with pies, one young woman cultured ovl
inaries. "Well, I knows them as successfully defending her literary .)
I A flirts more than I do. And another : honor. Im just the ivy

thing, I'm betterlookingthan The late Sir Donald Mann, a pioneer for you.
II you. 'Your husband told me." of Canadian railway expan- JU1.t""'t, \:

I b ;1 r'W 4w mistress."That's enough!" snapped her sion a,lumberjack used to tell camp of one with he foughtin axes! .... ).

II i "Oh, no, it ain't," the girl wenton. The antagonists had their right
"I can kiss better than you legs strapped together below the
9 knee. At this point he would pause'
try/ can, too. Do you know who told
I me that?" and someone would invariablyask
'
"Don't you dare to suggest that "what happened?"
my husband-" "Well," Sir Donald would say

r ri rI "Oh, no," interrupted the maid, modestly, "I am 'still here, ain't
i "it was the butler." i I?" WNU Service.

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iI I i: Primitive Head Hunters of New Guinea I By Number

: Particular About Training of Children
.. xku __ Several American towns
"" "'>>'""'.l'/rhvop"Y' '07 .aJ:"o\'iH..n '- >""xan'' are
.
Y. named with numbers, such as Six
-
t :.'..': '" CRAB SALAD HEADHUNTERS of New Guinea, "morals" are almost never neglected W. Va.; Seventy Six, Ky., and
" '," ''. clothing in after life, they found.
?:, See Recipe Below yet Ninety Six,, S. C., according toCollier's.
"
.'" very particular about training their Sexual and aggressive activitiesare A species of fish in
children in habits of cleanlinessand controlled primarily at adolescence South Africa is named Seventy-
modesty, were the subject of and later, and the restrictions -
4.r four after the 74 guns on Nelson's
% study by Dr. John Whiting and S. i these matters are never so
i flagship, the Victory; and a toilet
W. Reed, graduate students of Yale binding-they are quite often
l water is named 4711 after the
university, who lived for seven violated.
months among a small primitive The tribe still hunt human heads street address in Cologne, Ger-

tribe.of less than 400 persons in a and Doctor Whiting participatedin many, where it was first com
mountain range far up the Sepik a spear dance which the natives pounded.
river. performed before setting out on a
'. ',." Spankings and rewards are the raid against a neighboring tribe.
&d' ., :' : basis of child discipline among No male is accepted as being fully lizards also form part of their

{, these primitives, the Yale investigators adult and manly unless he has accomplished diet, and roasted white grubs are
:"'. .,. discovered, but early in life the feat of spearing an considered a delicacy. Doctor Whiting
:' 1ho:4TT the child learns to recognize a enemy and bringing back his headas and Mr. Reed found it difficultto

j. word of praise or a scolding as an a trophy, Doctor Whiting said. overcome their own food prejudices -
; ,''TrI: !, : "' O effective substitute for physical The tribe live on the produce of when the grubs were served
.
)i 1--ed punishment or caress. their yam gardens, the boiled pithof them, but were surprised to find
..: ;: Pour into Food'taboos and cleanliness are the sago palm, 'and the roasted that they were "indeed excellent."
'r .f' Salads for Summer Meals freezing in the whipped tray and cream.place in freezing taught early in childhood and these meat of the wild pig. Snakes and -Science Service. -

compartment until thick. When frozen -
:
i. When the mercury soars skyward' unmold and serve on lettuce
;'>- and appetites are on the wane, nothing with mayonnaise dressing.
tastes quite so good as a crisp, Marshmallow Mint Salad.
cool mixture of fresh greens, or
Serves 6)
(
'I fruits, or vegetables with a tart,
".' 1 package ( /4 pound) marshmallows
:!
; : .. taste-teasing dressing.
k['.:. T Salads are summer 'favorites. '
(:'. There's hardly a dish that's so simple 1 tablespoon fruit juice tWS/
: ; : yet so satisfying to make, and Peppermint extract
; there's such a pleasant way of making Green vegetable coloring
4 k. cup mayonnaise .fr
sure that we get the minerals
:t % mixed fruits (cut in small
cup
..! and vitamins we need!
pieces)
.>, Suggestions on Salads.
1 cup whipping cream (whipped)
'.:;.-'" Salad ingredients must be clean
-l" and cold and crisp. Contrast is important Place marshmallows and fruit
in and heat over low
juice saucepan
: too-con
:: in textures, heat. Fold over and over until -
> cfA.trast and in marshmallows are about half melt. RM0t4tat" "' .
Combine ed. Remove from heat and continue >F
.
..._ foods. with folding until mixture is smooth and
fe=fflfc o hlft soft; sharp, p j 1" fluffy. Cool. Then add peppermint QUAUTY GIIARa dO sYO HOR.'FR
[r' \r\l* R gent-tasting foods extract and green food coloring IN
-: ". A I \MOljinl ffl X with mild flavored (these can be omitted, if desired).
.; / >fl' f ones and Blend in mayonnaise and fruits and
"' '. fold in whipped cream. Turn into
foods
looking
pale, uninteresting ,
,,-:, with foods that are vividly colored. individual molds and chill.in refrigerator ( ,, .
salads lightor until firm. Unmold on lacy '
as
Make your summer SENSATIONAL ) ._-- C0 M
as substantial as you please. endive ring and garnish with a sprigof

Find a few good basic recipes, and mint and halved maraschino VALUE PRICEg .c
vary them to suit yourself. Here cherry.
are some of my own favorites Cinderella Salad.
practical, everyday recipes that are (Serves 6)
easy to prepare and serve. 2 cups cooked lamb (cut in small 41 <
: Summer Tossed Salad. cubes)

..:....... Dip edges of lettuce leaves in % cup french dressing I
paprika and arrange in salad bowL 2 tablespoons fresh mint

.>:< Add green pepper rings, cucumber (chopped)
.;':! slices, radish roses nn'd tomatoes, Vz cup cooked peas
ti:.;:.: cut lengthwise in eighths. Toss to. Vz cup cooked carrots
: ; l-", gether with french dressing made as 2 cups shredded i abbage '/ 4 1 0r

I. ,.;>. ',:,' follows: grate % clove garlic on two Salt and pepper to taste
tablespoons granulated sugar. Add Place lamb in salad bowl' add

'. one tablespoon salt, one tablespoon french dressingand
At
paprika, one cup salad oil and % chopped 'I 1
cup lemon juice. Shake vigorously, mint. Chill in refrigerator
chill, and shake again, before mixing 1'& '?@s for one
.flJ. "with salad. \ hour. Then add
\ : remaining ingredients
Crab Salad. [
)
and toss together
(Serves 5) 1 -
c 1 13-ounce tin crabmeat lightly,
% cup celery (cut fine) ) \\STc adding additional
V4 cup sweet pickles (cut fine) II I I \I, ( french dressing,
.. 2 hard cooked eggs-riced egg 1 tt desiredGar-
yolk nish with stripsof
% cup mayonnaise dressing green pepper and wedges of to
t 1 head lettuce matoes.

:! 1 tablespoon capersI Festive Potato Salad.
Flake crabmeat and remove (Serves 5)

J ..- membrane. Add ., 3 eggs (hard cooked) AND YOUR
. celery, sweet j fr 4 cups cooked potatoes (cut fine) OLD TIRE Rkiy,
Co ; I
" pickle and egg ':. I % cup green pepper (cut fine) ,,y
.' white (finelycut). eo 1 bunch green onions (cut fine) -
Mix with mayonnaise : % cup celery (cut fine)
- dressing. '. .. Vi cup sweet pickles (cut fine)

:. Arrange on bed J! !-... 1 cup mayonnaise-type salad I I :
. of crisp lettuce dressing
leaves and garnish with egg yolk Salt to taste GET OUR

(riced) and capers. Cut hard cooked eggs in slices. -..
-:' If.. Frozen Tomato Salad. Combine ingredients in order given, LOW PRICES I
.. 1 tablespoon unflavored gelatin reserving a ,few of the egg slices
1- Vi cup cold water for garnishing. Chill. Serve in BEFORE YOU BUY
1 No. 2 can tomatoes large bowl lined with lettuce. Garnish -
1 cup celery and celery leaves with radish roses and hard
(chopped) cooked egg.
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Firestone
dealer
See nearby Firestone or
your
2 tablespoons diced onion
1 teaspoon salt Get This New Cook Book. Auto Supply and Service Store and equip your
1 teaspoon sugar Who said that Father doesn't like of the w y
with the tire bargain yeanSee S Mb
6 whole cloves salads? Of course he does! To be car greatest '' 7 g r ,4A
6 peppercorns sure it's a sheer waste of energyto
Sprig thyme make a fancy creation in the hopeof
1 bay leaf pleasing him, but there are plentyof
1 cup whipping cream (whipped) plain, substantial salads that. he
% teaspoon paprika likes. In her new cook book, "Feed
Soak; gelatin in cold water. Heat ing Father," Eleanor Howe tells just I
I tomatoes, celery, onion and all seasonings how to please him with salads and
GJ'-"" in a saucepan and simmer other of his favorite foods. Send 10 Firestone Tire made in the Firestone Factory Listen to the Voice of Firestone with Richard Creole,
"';" L, gently for about 10 minutes. Strain cents in coin to Eleanor Howe, 919 and Exhibition Building at New York World Orchestra Margaret under Speaks the and direction the Firestone of Alfred Walltniteini Symphony
- and add at once to the softened gel- North Michigan avenue, Chicago, Fair.Gate Alto International visit the Firestone Exposition Exhibit at San at the Francisco Golden* Monday evenings,over Nationwide N.B-C.Red Network.
1 S atin. Mix thoroughly and chill. Ill., and get your copy
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THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY, JUNE 30, 1039
PAGE FOUR

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I JI \11 __.__......_.,._...._..........._.'.._......_.. 1848 33 l j10 Tax Delinquent .....____.....__..513.3511 NOTICE TOF TAX J.i.lfORFrn ,
Clewiston News that John Kautz received second 1 \ ..._.............._,_._.......__..._....__........ 19 43 33 631 Tax Delinquent ....._._........... .530.4011 1038 V r
The I prize in the individual livestock \ l ....._._......_.._.._.........._.._................. 20 43 33 f30 Tax Delinquent ..........._..._...529.00 CONSERVANCY DISTRICT 'I'AXE
,J\11 ____.........._......._........_.._............ 21 43 33 626 Tax Delinquent ...........__._.._..626.7 e
judging contest. \11 R n. R/\V ...... 22 43 33 610 Tax Delinquent .................._...........512.68 is all lands
Beardsley, 16 years old, is the I 1\.11 except.._.._..__._.._._._.............-.................. 23 43 3J: 625 Tax Delinquent -....... ....... ......_.....625.82 Notice hereby given that
Published every Friday in Clewiston, hold office 'Vlh ....._..._..........................._.........-._.._ 21 43 33 301 Tax Delinquent .._......._........_.......255.51Vlh delinquent on July :3rd 1938 for non-
Florida. by the CLEWISTON NEWS, youngest FFA member to \ ..._. ... ........ _. ........_.-................. 25 13 33 304 Tax Delinquent .... .._.._........._.._256.02 payment of SOUTH FLORIDA CONSERVANCY
Inc. in the State association and is : 1I ...._...-....-__.._.-.__-..._........_........._._.. 26 43 33 fi25 Tax Delinquent _.__._____..525.821I DISTRICT taxes for the
.. R .........._..... 27 43 33 610 'rax Delinquent ...._........__._...512.68
already making plans for the as- ll cxc.........._R_..._........_RI'V.;.:._.._..._................ 28 4J: 33 625( Tax Delinquent .....................__......525.871I year 1938, or so much thereof as may
KEATHI.EY nOAVHKV, Editor sociation's next convention at which"] _._......_.__.___._.__.._._._._..._.._._ 29 43 33'. (fi30 Tax Dclinquept ..._._._.____.529.90 be necessary to pay the amount due
obtain American ::\11 ...__.........._............_...__.._...._._........ 30 43 33 631 Tax Delinquent ................_._._.......530.40 for taxes on said lands for said year,
time he will try to an All ...,.._._................_.___.........._.:_........_. 31 43 3J: r.31 TaX' Delinquent ...._......,_.._.._... 530.3G together with the cost of sale specified -
mattor Farmer degree, the highest All __._.............._..._......._....... _._............ :::2 43 33 :30: Tax Delinquent .___...__.. ..._..529.90 in the laws governing said District -
Entered as second class mall Office in FFA rating, according to February 1. 1927 at the Post possible ...... :t4. 43 3J: GO I Tax Delinquent _...._ ......__._.._512.68
lewiston Florida, under the Act of Mr. Kendrick. All except......._ ......._.R_........n.........H/\V.___.__...... 35 43 33 f 525 Tax Delinquent ____._.._525.82 [beginning at of Twelve July 1939 o'clock at the noon front on
March 3, 1897.Subscription! .All ....._..-.........-........................_......... 36 43 33 (09 TaX ])elinquent ......._.__.._..512.09.ll the 3rd day House in the City
door of the Court
His father, J. E. Beardslcy, ofj ......_.............._........_.._...,_.....-.........-.... 1 44 33 605 Tax Delinquent ....._. __..._......_...508.G5 of LaBelle, Florida, and continue until -
Clewiston, is a pioneer grower of :All _...............................--_.................... '2 44 33 fi16 Tax Delinquent .___.____...__516.67 said sale is completed.A .
... ._.........._......_.503.65
Per Year. _.......... 3 H :n fl9! Tax Delinquent
Rate $2.00 the Glades and a recognized authority :- ..All All except..._.___.._..R...._..R._....R/\V.........-......_........... .t A4 9' (;1 iI 'rnx Delinquent .............. .;.....____.515.1 complete list of such delinquent
Arircrilxlng Ilnfc.i On Application. on tomato culture in muck\ All _..._......_.........:.............._.....--.......-..._ 5 44 33 fil i II Tax 1e1\nquent\ _....._._..._.......__519.36 lands' is available for public Inspection -
':All _..................... ._...._...;..... ...........-. 6 44 33 610 Tax Delinquent ....__......._.._,512.85 during business. hOUTS'nt the
land. Young Beardsley is now en- .All ......... ............_-.._..............-................... 31 43 3.1' 625 Glades Land Corp. ............__...525.82 office of the Tax Collector for Die
in farming project .between All .__.................._._..._.....__-__ 32 43 34 (625 Glades Land Corp. _.__._525.82 County of Hendry in the Court House
Devoted to the advancement and wel- gaged a :All _..____..._._....:..._. _.........._...._... 33 .13 3.1 C)9)! Glades Land Corp. .....__._..512.68 at LaBelle, Florida, and inquiries as
fhro! of Clewiston and Hendry County. Lake Harbor and Clewiston where 'All _..._...._...._...._._..........._................... 34 .13 31 fi16 Glades Land Corp. _._... .__517.68 to lands included in such delinquentlist
he is raising 18 head of cattle and All ..............._.....__.._ .__..........._............. 3 44 34 60d Glades Land Corp. _.........___...508.65 by mall or by telephone. or in
All _.......___._................:....u_._............. 4 44 3t fi05 Glades: Land Corp. ......._........__508.65 person, during business hours, will
two acres of chewing cane for sale All ......_...._.__......_.........;_.........-............ r S 44 :11 .615 Glades Land Corp. ...__.____..516.67 be fully answered by the office of
THE WAGE HEARING to trucks. He has accumulated farm All .........:................_.............-..-.-.............. G 4.1 31 615 Glades Land Corp. .._......___....516.67 said Tax Collector.R. .
N. MILLER,
assets through FFA projects in excess R. N. MILLER. Tax Collector of Hen-Ivy
Despite the efforts of the pre- of $500. At the local high I Tax Collector, County, Florida.
siding officer to prevent anything of last t Hendry County, Florida.
president
%
!school: he was
other than facts regarding wagesto .. ------
in the record 'at Wed- year's junior class, is a member of ., .. .. .... ,.................... ...... ....... ........................ ....... .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.-:..:..:..:..:.
nesday's appear hearing, there was enough the was Blue recently Devil elected football president team and ofj ::.:;:..:...:...:....:..;...:...;...:...:...:...;.'.:...:....:..:...;...:......;...;...;...;...;...;...;...;...;...;...;...;...;...;...;...;...;...;...;...;...;...: ..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:,..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.'.:..:..:.:..:::...--.'

evidence introduced in this con- the FFA Chapter in which he has :;ui'; J ,/ .2.:::

nection to prove to anyone who been one of the most active lead-c:} ::::%: ':'..

wished to study that record that ers. His scholastic rating is honor l':..:. :;::%: 1,..

Florida sugar growers and processors student with honors. I : ::!: YH. +
resentful of the discrimin- ENJOIANi ..
are ::: :
The Pahokee FFA Chapter had .
attitude of the government
atory :
both in 44 members the past year and has \. n
regard -
Florida
toward
growers ::: \
.
outstanding record for :
achieved an
to scales and other 'ALLELECTRIC

nhsisp.s..... ... nf. wage flip... Snsrnr Art nf 1937.. activity under the guidance of Mr. : i \
u. "
Kendrick. Each member was engaged ; :: ctI U
One vegetable"O'I'I 1\\\\\ :
during the school term inj! \\\ >
to get into the record the fact: that \ .
high sugar cane wages cause a some phase of farming, the most i : :.. HOMEAir. .%' :
c.
hardship In the vegetable fields and popular of which were vegetable :: t :.Y
tt.:
the higher wages ......these growers 'growing, poultry and livestock I : \ ., > t. :
raising. Project plots ranged in' tt ,. .)0. .',.- .. ,-$'- ". '..
were forced to pay meant the difference :: : ) r. : :; :. ::+
in size from one to' 10 acres. ::
between profit and loss '::: : x

the past season. Chapter officials for the com x ,:,.:.
ing year, chosen at a recent elec- % : servant that ; +
is the modern servant a :
:
well- Electricity ;
But on the whole it was a .
to President ::::: :
tion, include in addition :
conducted hearing and the'attitude Dan Beardsley, Kyle Hand,\ t takes care of both the work and the pleasures of the :::!:
it : :
of the officials conducting was

much more cooperative than we vice-president secretary; Osborn; Henry Belyeu Kilpatrick, treasurer -, :i::!: home and one that will do everything quickly, efficiently :i:::

have seen at past hearings. These reporter. ,:..- AXI:::
and Marion Spooner,
economically.One
and
.
men are only doing a duty assigned ,.,:
-Palm Beach PostTimes.MR. .
to them and whatever their own I O. I

reactions is doubted might that be they to could conditionsit cause AND MRS. CURRY i :.tVt.*.j. penny will toast 26 crunchy slices of toast, or ::i:::;:

any change even if they wishedto ENTERTAIN AT-BRIDGEMr. I I :;:$:i;: give your eyes two hours of safe reading light or operate '

do so. and Mrs. J. F. Curry entertained -I| t:: your radio for most of a day-and-ELECTRICITY is :

Dan Beardsley WinsI I home on Saturday the government evening at their I]I :::4: one thing that gets cheaper the more of it that you use. t::

reserva-I .t.

State F.F.A. HonorsDan tion High with score a lovely prize for bridge yy.:..:. 0 That is why it is so easy to have and enjoy a home .;:::i:
I :tj:::
I to Mrs. F. D. Hessey, two guest : :i:
I towels and Willard Simpson receiv-I *VAX that is all electric and modern.

Beardsley, president of. the ed a shirt as high score Y: ? 1

. Pahokee Chapter, Future Farmersof men. A kitchen set of pot holders I yy yy ---- ;

America, was elected vic -president went to Mrs. J. W. Ezelle as low xy X

of' the Florida State FFA Association score prize for ladies and an ash X x

at the state convention tray to Dr. Ezelle as ,low ,scorer for I *:::*:. ,ELECTRICITY IS YOUR CHEAPEST SERV : Ill

held ,.last ,week in G in sville. He .:... S

also received the degree and em- men.Handkerchiefs were given to eachof t y _

blem key of State Farmer, the* second Mrs. X'AX< :::
the visitors present, Hessey, :: ANT-USE IT EXTRAVAGANTLY. .
:;:
highest degree awarded by ,the Mrs. Jack Harris, Mrs. 'W. P. Link ::::::

FFA, and was honored on a floor and Miss Ava Ezelle. I ft: ::: -.. ,-__ L :Hli::i:

nomination for the presidency of A salad course and baked ni.er-I XXA: .

the association. ingues with an, iced drink Y .:

W. H. Kendrick, Pahokee- FFA served by the hostess to: Mr. and i I, ..y:'.." .: :

Chapter advisor, said on his return Mrs. W. Simpson, Mr. and Mrs.B. : : AIV 11

with the boys from the con- C. Flaniken, Mr. and Mrs. George XX
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+
vention Saturday that the Paho- T. .Augur, Dr. and Mrs. J. W. I

kee Chapter in competition with Ezelle, Miss Ava Ezelle, Mrs. F. D. '

110 other State chapters won second Hessey, Mrs. W. P. Link. and Mrs. Glades Power and light Co.

place in project activities and Jack Harris.NOTICE IIIII 111 111y _

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Notice Is hereby given that the following described lands, or so much

thereof as will be necessary to pay the amount due for SUGARLANI .
DRAINAGE DISTRICT TAXES for the years of 1937 and 1938 herein set

opposite to the same, together with the cost of such sale and advertising,
will be sold at 'public auction on the third day of July A. D. 1939, at the

hour of 12 o'clock noon, at the courthouse door, in the City of LaBelle,

County of' Hendry, and State of Florida. ATIENI ON HARD DRIVERS -..






CHII'TIOX .. -. ... -. 4 -- _- '
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'-- rIi.-O Q =:: --: Beneath the brilliant, styling of ONLY V-8 ENGINES in any low-priced

/ car; smoother, more responsive, more fun to drive.
this year's Ford cars are advantages

All Frac, ___--__"__'_. 1 43 32 19 Tax Delinqunt ___..........__..$: 16.1
All Frac _......_._.._..__...._.._......_ 2 43 32 29 Tax Delinquent _..._.__...__... 24.H! of MILEAGE Ford'V-S
All Frac ......_.._..........__..___ 3 43 32 5 Tax Delinquent ......__.__...._... 4.71 special importance HIGH GAS 85 h.p. into '\N
All Frac ___.._.__.....__.__._...._. 4 43 32 13 Tax Delinquent ..._._..___..._. 10.9! Run showed
All Frac ..____....._.__..._.._..... 5 43 32 56 Tax Delinquent ......._.__........-._.- 47.7. ( folks who use their cars this year's Xrilmore-Yosemite Economy
All Frac Nand E of State best gasoline mileage of all leading low-priced cars. .
HIghway. _..:___._.__._.__... 6 43 32 40 Tax Delinquent ........:.._.._....._...._ 34.3: .
All Nand E of State hard advantages that"only
Highway _...._._._._..__._..._. 7 43 32 59 Tax Delinquent ._.........__.......... 50.41 STABILIZED GHASSIS-om
All Nand' E of State ONLY

Highway ._.__.__..____.__.. 8 43 32 418 Tax Delinquent :_.-..-...-_... _.352.2: Ford owners get at this price. drive 4 radius
All Fmc .__..:......_......._.......... 9 43 32 583 Tax Delinquent _._.__.__..:..490.0! low-priced car with full Torque-tube ,
All Frac' ....:......_._.....__._..__.__. 10. ,,43 32 579 'I'ax Delinquent ....__.._..__...487.0 rods springs. Best roadability on rough
All _..._......___.__...__...._...__ 11 43 32 G18 Tax Delinquent ..........._._..._.....519.7j '- Before you decide on your new transverse
All except N% or NW1. 12 43 32 582 Tax Delinquent ."...._.........._.__._.489.0 roads, least sidesway on turns, no "squatting" starts or .
NJA of N\V4 ._.__._.__.._....__._. 12 43 32 39 Tax Dellnqucnt ............._._..._._ 33.: 1 drive Ford V-8 ..
All -........_........_................_............._._. 13 43 32 G09 Tax Delinquent .._.......................,.__512. car. a bobbing stops.BIGGEST
.All -.._..._-_..-.-..._...__...._.___._.._ 14 43 32 597 Tax Delinquent ............._._.._..501.5: -
E% and N'V _._._......_.......... 15 43 32 448 Tux Ddnquent! ......_.........................37S.4!
All _____...._.__..._......._.__...__.- -2443 32 G23 Ta:" Delinquent .........__._...........523.8: HYDRAULIC BRAKES ever
All ....-._.______..._..._.....-...-..-.- 25 43 32 G23. Tax Delinquent ...._______.!i23.8 "S": -' : :- '
All ...._.......___...__....._...._......._ 36 43 32 611 Tax Delinquent ...._...._.__..513.31 '. .- ..':; :, : ik on a low-priced car. 12" drums, 162 square inches
All 'rac ....___....__._._._......... 6 43 33 13 Tax Dellnqunt _.................L.._... I 1.0 ___ put stopping and
power
For extra
All '7 33 Tax -- ----- :4 total braking surface.
-
527.8
All ::::::==:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: 8 g i3 g Tax Delfnciuent Delinquent ::::::::::::::::::::::: : \ -' brake lining life.

All _._._......__._.............._.,.___ 9 43 33 628 Tax Delinquent _.............:..............527.8 extra long
All exc SW'4 of SW1A \
of SEJ,4 : W% of SW4 _
of SW'A : E1% of SEtA .
.
of SF1of SWJA _._._.._._... 10 43 33 593 Aripeka I.'arms Co. ..__.:.___:.2192.2 'i' THIS IS THE YEAR TO GO
S'VJA of SW'A of SE% : .
'Vtof. SWJA of :HVJ.4: .
of SWJ,4': E1f2 of SEtA -
of SE1A. of SW% _..._...._. 10' 43 33 19 Tax Delinquent _.._._____._ 81.5
'VJh S of Nine Mile Canal 11 '43 33 278 Tax DelInquent ._._. ._...._....._1167.7Vhl
\ of E of SWlfa. ...... 12 43 33 12 Alma F. YettT .._,_...;.... .:......_ 50.9 yea
All .........___.__.__..___............_.-.......- 14 43 33 (:l0 Tax Delinquent ..........._......__.....2561.1 FORD
N\VJ and 'Vlh of .SVn, 15 43 33 211 Tax Delinquent ...-._................_.... 887.5 !
N1h : SW4 : 'VIA: of NW14
of SE1,4 .._.__..._.._...___.._...._ 16 43 33 4G7 Tux Delinquent ........__...._...____.393.1 I
E4 of SE : E of WY.J
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JUNE 30, 1930 THE CLEWISTON NEWS PAGE FIVE

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I Keen-Slonaker Wedding ed the class teacher, I. M. Pafford Sincerely, your friend, est margin, downing W. C. Owenof

with a tie chain. B. C. Flaniken Rev. Marshall Mines. Clewiston, who was forced to

Solemnized Saturday made a short talk and presentedeach play in a double capacity, by a 21
[ Personals ) I of the four charter membersof L. D. CRANE: WILL SPEAK AT to 10 margin.

with COMMUNITY CHURCH SUNDAY
.. the class corsages. Prize "winners were as follows:

Miss Florence Slonaker becamethe Games and group singing was en- Low gross: Lou Betzner, B. G.,
bride of Manning Keen on joyed and refreshments of ice cream L. D. Crane of Boynton, who fill '42-41-83.

C. R. Cruze of Miami was a business Saturday afternoon, June 24, at the and cake were served. Violet and ed the pulpit' at the Community I Low net: Lou Betzner, B. G.,

.l y' i-- visitor here last Saturday.A. Clewiston' Community Church. The white bookmarks were given as Church last Sunday morning duringthe 83-7-76.

ceremony was performed by Rev. favors. illness of Rev. Forest C. Taylorhas High net: Bob Logan, C., 1293099. :

Martin, pastor of the Pahoke Those enjoying the occasion were agreed to return to Clewiston .
Broadfoot business
R. was a Methodist Church.i Marianne Jones, Ann Paffoid Mau- again next Sunday to conduct serv- Low gross, Clewiston group:
in Jacksonville for a few
visitor
ryne Prewitt, Grace Ward, Mary ices.A Emmett Shelley 43.-41-84: ; Tom
The bride in narriage
given
: this week. was
days I i Louise Thomas, Louise Prewitt, Ogi-2 good crowd was present last Shelley 41-43-84. '
her father S. P. Slonaker. She
I by ,
Arnett, Billie Arnett, Cleo Scott, Sunday morning to hear Mr. Crane Low net, Clewiston group: J. W.
Dr. J. P. Higgins and family left I wore a white chiffon silk afternoon June Espenlaub, Jean Augur, Mrs. and everyone was well pleased with 1073077.Low .

the latter part of last week to spend dress with white accessories. Her W. H. Lanier, Mrs. F. C. Taylor, his message. It is probable that a I" gross, Belle Glade group:

their vacation in Pennsylvania. I corsage was. of sweetheart roses., Flaniken much larger crowd will attend
I. M. Pafford, B C. Jpan this M. VanLandingham 444286.Low .
The bride's only attendant, Miss:!! (IE.
Crouch, Carline Berner, Mr. and Sunday. net, Belle Glade group: E.
f Jean Belcher of Plant City worea
,. Mrs. G. B. Thomas and daughter,'I Mrs. C. E. Berner, Sally Graham, Rev. Taylor, who suffered a E. King 92-15-77; John Harris
of with
ashes a
dress of roses
Mary Louise were visitors- in Fort; Barbara Moorman and Nancy heart attack on Monday of last 91-14-77; J. B. Jones 99-22.-77.
bolero and jacket the same
blue
Myers Thursday. j I color the dress. Her accessorieswere Wright. week is still confined to his bed Most 3's: Lou Betzner, B. G.,3;

---- I I as by doctor's orders.MISSIONARY Louis Gold, P., 3.
white and she wore a shoulder .
,. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Turner were I corsage. MISS PALMER 'ENTERTAINS --- Most 4's: Tom Shelley, C., 8.

visitors: in Arcadia, Fort Myers and WEDNESDAY EVENING CLUB SOCIETY Most 5's: W. C. Owen, C., 11.
LaBelle Saturday. I Carlyle attendant.Redish was the groom'sonly :! MET OX TUESDAYThe Most 6's: F. D. Duff, C., 11.

the Matched by greatest margin:
I Miss Mae Palmer entertained

D. G. Alston has returned from The church was beautifully dec"orated members of her bridge club at Woman's Missionary Societyof Hudson TIllery-J. W. Ezelle, C.,

-': New York where he spent two weeks I I with palm, fronds, gladioli her home :Wednesday evening. the Baptist church met Tuesday 21 to 10.

.- at the World's Fair. and pink roses and the couple stood High score prize was awarded to with Mrs. A. R. Broadfoot, presi- The Association will hold its six-

: !I under a trellis fashioned from Mrs. R. C. Nowling and second highto dent, presiding. An interesting pro- th meet of the season at the Lake

h ferns and roses as the vows were Mrs. T. B. Shelley A fruit salad gram was given by a number of the Okeechobee Club at Port Mayaca
: Mrs. G. E. Etherton and Mrs. A. I
was 'served. members. next Sunday, June 2nd. The affair
: W. Lawrence are: in Miami visitingMrs. read.The bride is the of Mr. course
:;. : I daughter Attending were Mrs. Nowling, Members present included Mrs. will be a Match Nassau in two-

: ::... : ..:. F. R. Maxwell. / I and Mrs. S. P. Slonaker and came Mrs. Shelley, Mrs. H. H. Turner, Arch Hodges, Mrs. G. E. Wenzloff, somes with three six-man teams

( : T to Clewiston two years ago from Mrs. '''B. J. Schroeder, Mrs. W.. H. Mrs. E. M. Cornette, Mrs. Broad- competing.

;: \ .: J. D. Bruce returned Saturday Plant City; where she attended Lanier, Mrs. R. C. Wilson and MrsC. foot, Mrs. Jimmy Wilson, Mrs. W.

".' ". -' from a vacation which he spent school and was graduated from I E. Nail. J. Robison, Mrs. M. C. Vowell, Mrs.C. NoTICE

visiting relatives in Pennsylvania. Plant City High School. She later W. Simmons, Mrs. E. McGowan,
is hereby that J,
took a commercial course in the Mrs. E. L. Hayes, Mrs. Wm. Blount. Notice given
BAPTIST CHURCH Willie Battle, who was convicted in
I Mr. and Mis. Gideon Brown and l vocational school at Plant City. Visitors were Mrs. Jimmy Weaver, the Circuit Court of Hendry County
Fla. at the Feb. 23 term thereof, A.
daughter returned this week from Mr. Keen came to Clewiston from Mrs. Cato, Mrs. Ray Rainey, Miss
The pulpit will be occupied this D., 1938 of the offense of Murder in
# a visit with relatives in Indiana. Abbeville, Ga. where he receivedhis Doris Simmons, Miss Joan Walker the First Degree, With a Recommendation -
: : and
" elementary and high school edu- Sunday at both the morning of :Mercy and sentenced thereforto
"! .' and Miss Mary Kathryn Dyess.
':'_ ---- evening hours by Rev. John Mooreof Life, will apply for clemency to
; ::?:, .1. Miss Ann Pafford left yesterday cation, graduating from the high Immokalee Florida. Everyoneis the Board of Pardons, Tallahassee
school of that city. ; Florida at. its next regular meeting.WILLIE .
: :,:..:. : for Fort Myers Beach where she The couple, will continue to make urged to attend. Belle Glade Wins ; BATTLE. I

- :. will attend a camp for a week. Sunday afternoon, two o'clock, is

''. 'i''" ____ their home in Clewiston. the time for the regular meetingof First Golf MatchThe .

:;:.. V. Duckworth of Lake City Is the Board of Deacons. All dea- FOIl REXT-Two new apartments,

the guest this week of Mr. and I MorrisonLo'ckhartNuptials cons be present. duplex near Administration Build-

." Mrs. Geo. Terrell. ing. Jack Sigler. It
:. The prayer service Wednesday Belle Glade golf team, con-

', ----' I Solemnized evening at. eight o'clock will be sistent underdog in the current
-
_7 Mr. and Mis. Z. Meredith and I conducted by Rev. D. L. Pullen. four-month ,Everglades Golf Associ- j. rv3. COUSE

Patricia, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Tip- Wednesday, July 5th is the time ation race by virtue of handicap
Tile announcement of the mar-
I pey and Hubert Land were visitors for the regular monthly business trouble, took the bit in their teeth Counselor and Attorney at Law
". in Fort Myers Saturday.Mr. riage on June 17 of Miss Dorothy meeting of the church. All mem-I last Sunday at the Clewiston Golf Hopkins Building
Lockhart and Matthew Morrison,
--.--' bers are urged to be present.An Club and swung home with their Wednesdays and Saturday
both of LaBelle, will be received **
and Mrs. G. Small returned the Open Letter To The first place victory, of the cam- 0:30 to 4:00
with considerable interest by
.: this week' from a. visit in Atlanta People of Clewiston: paign, scoring 7 1-2 points out of
friends of both in Clewiston.
".1 and to the'World's Fair in New many Dear Friends: a posible 18. Pahokee finished sec-
the
at
The marriage took place
. i York. I I home of the bride's parents, Capt. It is with a great deal of regret ond with 5, 1-2 and Clewiston last

I I and Mrs. Wilfred Lockhart in WestPalm that we approach the time to say with an even 5 points.

: Miss Laura Mattison left Thurs- Beach. good-bye to all the fine people of In bringing home their first Association -

day to spend her vacation in Washington Miss Lockhart made her home this community. We have enjoyedour victory, Belle Glade scor-

: D. C., and at the New YorkWorld's ] in Clewiston for a number of years stay immensely and want totake led 2 1-2 points in one match, 2

1. ;," Fair. I. and was a teacher in the public this opportunity of saying I points in another, and split the

I school here during that time. For I I thank you -to every one who. had remaining two tangles by scoring !I

) t 4 she has been any part in making our work hereso 1 1-2 points in each. JPahokee scor-
H. D. Clayton_ of Gainesville, state the past year or more I Q
I .We wish there were ed one 3-point slam, 1 point eachin
: administrator for the A. A. A., employed by the State Welfare pleasant. ,
and time for us to call on every one of two other affrays, and chalkedup
was here to attend the sugar hear- Board in Fort Myers more recently -
I ) ing Wednesday. >, in LaBelle.Mr. lour friends and tell you personally 1-2 point in the fourth, the

Morrison was coach in the of our appreciation and affection, last being the result of Sam Mc-

I Mr. and Mrs.C. Terrell and local school during the term of but, since that is impossible we say Kinstry's efforts against Johnsonand
have fond Jones of Belle Glade McKins- Consider
now that we shall always ,
1937-38 and last year was super-
children, Miss Lois, J. C., and Morris -
of the LaBelle memories to cherish and we wish try' being forced to play a double
principal
', ., Ray of Lake City are here this vising richest life and match due to Pahokee shortagein
week visiting Mr. and Mrs. Geo. school. He has been re-elected to for each one the a thEse AngUs"Wning
Terrell. that position for the coming year the best of God's blessings. Our ad- players in his division. Clewis-

1 and the couple will continue to I dress during the next few weeks ton scored 2 points in one of their i home is real

make their home in LaBelle. will be P. O. Box 742, DeLand, matches, split two more with 1 1-2 your own
I because the
Mrs. Emily Schroeder re.t.urned'i Florida and we should enjoy hear points each, and failed to score you save
,
I landlord's profit. Any family needing

to Stuart Saturday after a '
JUNIOR GIRLS' CLASS ing from any and all of our friends. entirely in the fourth.
visit with Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Schro- I' a home will do well to look at
- HAS SECOND BIRTHDAY Again, thank you, to the businessmen The meet was a low-ball, low to-
;;:;<; eder. Joe Schroeder, jr., returned our selection of homes and buy ]
,' the other churches. the school tal affair in team play in four-
; home with her for a visit. the Clewiston some, and in addition the associa- before real estate values increase
the Company, I
Members of the Junior Girls' Sugar
further. will
: We gladly help you \\
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Class of the Community Church News, the doctors and hospital staff, tion held its first open competitionof attain debt-free ownership of

.-. Mrs. S. L. Crochet and Sharon Sunday School celebrated the sec- the post-office force and the many the season, all Everglades: golfers -I home thru payments like rent.your ;

have returned from Sioux City, Ia., ond anniversary of the organization others too numerous to mention.To being eligible to participate.

-,;;; where they were called recently by of the class with a party at the all our many friends and ac- Six players aside from the three

the illness of Mrs. Crochet's 'grand- home of Mrs. C. E. Berner on quaintances, good-bye and God bless 8- 1an teams competed, and of I Clewiston Federal

mother. Thursday night of last week. you. Keep the work growing and these J. W. Ezelle of Clewiston won

Ann Pafford gave the class his- some day Clewiston will be the. low net for that section. Ezelle also I Savings and LoanAssociation '

Mrs. E. L. Stewart had as guests tory and Mauryne Prewitt present- garden spot of Florida. teamed up with Hudson Tillery of

i.. ,-for luncheon Tuesday Mrs. F. M. Clewiston to divide honors for ginning -I
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Wright, Mrs. W. P. Link, Mrs. J. the day's match by; the great-

' si W. Ezelle, Mrs. W. F. Simpson and ---- -

Miss Ava Ezelle. NOTICENOTICE .:...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.':":":"':":":":":.'.:..

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Mrs. F. M. Wright and children

Francis and Nancy are leaving today is hereby given that the following described lands, or as A Recent Letter Says i.:
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to join Mr. Wright in Chicago much thereof as will be necessary to pay the amount due for taxe: !:

where they will make their future herein set opposite to the same, together with the costs of such sal]< .

home.: and advertising, will be sold at public auction on the seventh day ol 1 r s

August 1939 beginning at twelve o'clock noon, at the City Hall of th.y'Y'x

Mrs. W. P. Link left this morn- City of Clewiston. Florida. ..
R. Y. PATTERSON :
ing for her home in Ta'mpa aftera Tax Collector City of Clewiston.] :_: "I prefer you to* handle my property :=;:
: ; ..
visit with Mr. and Mrs. W. F. .
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: Simpson. Mrs. Simpson accompanied I ':. becauseI. A
her as far as Fort Myers. fI ;
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Miss Jean Patterson--- was operated nrscnlr'rtos 01" LAND OWNER or Amount TaxexAnd Co.tt4 I :: .. I have always considered you very :;.:

upon in Good Samaritan Hospitalin ': 'i.i
West Palm Beach Tuesday for :i:: reliable.II. :AI ::

an eye infection. She is recover- A

ing nicely and is expected home Lot 23 Bock 22 ___._,_._, ;_ __ E. I. Feuchtinger _...__.._._._.... 5.30 I I have always found you very active. '*.
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the latter part of the week. Lot 27 Block 160 __.._._______._ H. I. Oglesby _____ft.____..__._ 30.30Lot :' :::
28 Block 160 H. I. Oglesby ....._ft-_'._._''_' 30.30 I :: in undertaking. ;
.;;:, Lot 1 Bock 162 ._._.._______.__ Mr8. C. D. ':Morris ...'.._..__.._........_._ 4.30Lot : your every
)US. SIMTSOX ENTERTAINS 7 Block 167 _._.______ S. :I. I"euchtinger __.__.-._..._ 4.30Lots
WITH TEA FOR GUEST 35, 36 Block 167 Thos. B. Shelley ..___...__.__ 30.30 : III. You in constant touch with the :=:;
are
{I Lot 1 mock 169 1'hos. B. Shelley .____._____._. 5.30:
---- Lot '6 Block 172 ____ S. F. 'euchtnger! _____..... 4.?0 a
Mrs. Willard entertained Lot 14 Block 172 ___ __ Eugene Feuchtinger ..._..._..."_,,_ 5.30 ::
Simpson Lot 23 Bock 173 _...___ 'Mrs. May S. Ames _...._._..._.......... 80.30 :.: farmers of the area. :
at her home on the government Lot 23 mock 176 ._.._._._ D. I., Johnson _-:__...__._.._. .1.30 y
reservation Tuesday afternoon with Lot 27 Block 176 I:. A. Caldwell Estate _-.-._-_._ 3,70
Lot 16 Bock 202 "' 'M ...._ Leroy H. Dorsey __..:.._..___.._.._..._ 4.30
a tea honoring Mrs. W. P. Link of Lot 11 Block 203 ......_....____._-'--.... I"V.. Iverson _._'_'__'_'__._ 4.70 Yes! We Like Appreciation =:
. '- Tampa who is her guest. Lot 18 Block 203 __.___._.____. Julia Sharkey ___.__....._...__._...... 4.70Lot :
; 19 Block 203 ...._.____. __.___...: Mary King ___.._.__.,__..__._..__... 4.70Lot
Sandwiches, cake and punch were 20 Block 203 ? Ella Kane _.__._._._____._........_ 4.70
nerved by the hostess. Lot 25 Bock 355 __Y...____._ Bernard H. Payne __...n__........._.... 3.50
Lot 30 Block] 356 _._.._.__..:. __ 'J' P. Waddell .:.....____....__.._._.__... 3.50 I I
The guest list included: Mrs. F. Lot 9 Block 357 ____----,.-____ Fred A. Men e ....._..___...__.__.._... 3.50Lot y
Deane Duff; Mrs. C. L. Downs, Mrs. Block 358 _._ .' Marjorie L. Durgin -.---...-"--'''-' .
Lot 49 Bock 358 ..,._ P: A. Caldwell Estate ...:..-_._._.- ...30J(
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H. C. Kolstad, Mrs E. L. Stew- Lots 41 and 42. Bock 358 ...:..-_.._._ Henry J. Stephens ....._.__.._.__..... 6.? 1. E. BEARDSLEY
art, Mrs. W. C, Owen, Mrs. F. M. Lot 45 BlocK 361 __..______.._...... Eugene Fec.ltinger _''._''_-'__ 4.30 ,
Lot 8 Block 362 ______....____._ Mrs E. A. Schult _..__._...._..._..-._. 20.30 .. ..'
Wright, Mrs. J. F. Curry, Mrs. I.: Lot 31 Block 362 ___._ ___.___. Mrs. F. H. Emerson ....._....._..__ 4.3C I X
M. Pafford, Mrs. F. C. Taylor, Mrs.! Lot 8 Block 367 ___.::-___ Clewlston Dry Goods Co. _.____. 2.7C I ,.
J. II.' Mrs. O. A. Jones Lots 13, 14 Block 377 ___.--..-_ R. C. Nowling .....________.__ H.3 0 :. HOPKINS BLDG. REAL ESTATE PHONE GO
Pressley; ___...... _____
-9 Lot 3 Block 381 : :._____ Elmer A. Erickson 2.30
Mrs .B.. C. Flaniken, Mrs. L. L. Let 15 Block 451 ..._.r _-_...... Harvey Guthrie. ..__..":-__ 4.3() ; $

1 Spicer and Mrs., I. p. Leydig. Lot Lot 23 8 Block Block '193 417'.... .._ __---'...,. Eugene J. W. Daughtrey Feuchtlnger! _..,_.,._.._.-..._.- 8.S 2,7(()I I---; ; ; ; ; ; ;-;- ;-:+i"---; ; +;"" ;-;-:+ ; ."':+ t.


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: the modern girl she's all
17zrl'Crl COMES a MOMENT ,the world to you-she'll reduce.
Half of the world is keeping
secrets-and the other half is
trying to find them out.
The breadwinner's biggest
worry is a family that wants

I By ELINOR MAXWELL c The ke. ,bashful lover is alwaysin

hot water when trying to

SERVICE .' break the ice.
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The difference between the
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CHAPTER XIV-Continued for some time whether her eager. "Stay with her while 1 do some 1 from Anthony Porter in: this morn the latter is fullest only when it
-14- i ess to see Phil, to be with him, and telephoning," Phil whispered.A ing's mail. The first magazine to is new.
The next morning she wandered listen to his clever, lazy talk, was second later, she joined Mary, which he submitted "Storm on the Some people don't care
about the apartment, and eventually due to lack of other interests, or and, all thought of caste and color Mountain" has offered five thousand whether they're on top of the
settled in her own room. Her clothes not. The days went on. The lunch- thrown aside, had her arms about dollars"for the first American serial world or not, as long' as they
needed a good looking-over, and eon engagement with Anthony Porter the girl. "Poor lambiel"! she was rights can keep sitting.
the perfect timeto became an accomplished fact. crooning. "Poor little lambie. Had "Mary! That's great! That's won-
if
now, ever, was
do it. There were stockings to be "Storm on the Mountain" was now in your Daddy been sick, honey? Did ,derful! I knew ."
mended, gloves to be washed several his hands; he had already submittedit you know he was ailin'? What did "But it's cometoo late" Mary
things to be sent to the cleaner.It to a popular magazine for wom- your sister say it was that took returned, her voice almost inaudi- 1A
while her hands were deep in en. She was writing a new short, him?" ble.
soapsuds was that the telephone rang, her feeling of distaste for sentencesand Mary's hand fell to the woman's "Too late!" Phil repeated bewil- .- ,

and, in an unconscious attempt to situations having deserted her shoulder in convulsive: grip. "He dered. 14
beat Addie to the instrument, she at last. She was seeing Phil every was terribly worried, Addie. Terribly "Yes" I'm afraid-it's cometoolate. .
,ran to answer it. day now-a Phil still as cold and unhappy. He had been for sev- .
The Mulatto, emerging from the aloof as if he had never spoken eral months-and Ellen didn't say "But I don't understand," he re
kitchen and observing Mary's those words of love to her, yet a what Oh, Addie, could my fa- turned. "What .?" OPPORTUNITY
haste, grinned, wisely, and let her man deeply, undeniably, devoted to ther have committed-suicide?" "All aboard! shouted the conductor. -. Tbree-Way Money Making Business.Local
girl. A radiogram had come "All aboard! Send for free circular.
win the race. one "Hush, honey! Hush! Don't say or mail order.
from Lelia. She had received Mary'sletter "You must be getting off," Mary MAC LAMB'S. ERW1N' N. C.
?" asked the voice at the such a thing! No, he couldn't have
other"Mary end of the line. and she and Linnie would sail done that. He ." warned. "Good-by, Addie, and thank
the first boat that was headingfor you-for everything." POULTRYBRED
"Hello, Phil," she returned, and on "I must get there as quickly as
New York. would be homeon She rose from her seat and throw-
They Ducks
PRODUCTION
FOR :
surprised to find that it was an possible, Mary went on as if in a
was the twenty-fifth of May.It ing her arms about the woman, RAISED FOR PROFIT: Chicks
effort not to appear too eager. daze, "and, Addie, I don't know, SOLD BY QUALITY: Turkeys
the night of the twenty- gave her an affectionate, fleeting STARTED CHICKS: PulletsMILFORD
was on
I haven'tenough
"Doing anything tonight? what it'll cost. Maybe Rockdale,
"Um-no, I'm not." third that Mary, coming home with money ." embrace. Then, turning to Phil Buchanan HATCHERY P P.I8:
"Would you like to go to a party? Phil from, an evening at the VanWinkles' "Don't you worry 'bout that,hon- she held out a blackglovedhand. I
"Good-bv.. Phil. You've been
The Archibalds are celebrating found a telegram for her ey. I have plenty money in the bank e-y "- -- For the HumbleThere
so good, so good.
door. Phil
Linnie's
other with a coupleof beneath Aunt I is "
something or -and everything got yours.
await-
switched on the hall light, and followed are sweet surprises
theatrical stars as the drawing "Oh, Addie, you're so good. I'll I
The house Concert street humble soul fighting
her into the living room as on was ing many a ,
want to bring
cards, and they me the She pay you back soon. I'll sell my in darkness when she arrived the against odds in the battle of a
she tore
along. How about it? open message. novel some day. But, Addie, right ,
you instant it following afternoon. Mr. Anderson, I I seemingly commonplace life.-
there for
stood an reading ,
love it Phil. What time? I've only about thirty dollars -
"I'd now,
staring at the slip of paper as if next door neighbor of the Loringsfor i Henry Van Dyke.
"Well, the party doesn't begin un- the past ten had met
the words she read were too star- years, ,
til eleven, but let's have dinner to- tling to believe; then, as they at last "Don't worry, baby. Addie'll take her at the station and brought her I
gether somewhere" and take in a penetrated her benumbed senses charge of things. Hush" honey- home. The window shades were How Women

play afterwards. she uttered a low, hurt cry. here comes Mr. Phil. drawn to the sill, and the heavy fra-
"All right, Phil. Evening things, Phil Buchanan came into the living grance of lilies and roses assailedher i inCan Their 4.0'5
Phil was at her side instantly. \-
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of course. room.tlThere's a New York as she stepped into the dim,
"Yes, unless Spike's forgotten to "Mary! Is it bad news? Ii Central train leaving at ten forty- cool hall-and her mother's arms. Attract Men
remove the paw marks Oscar planted She silently handed him the yellow five in the morning" he announced."It The women, benumbed by their mu-
on my dinner coat the other sheet; then, like a little girl too reaches Chicago at sevententhe tual tragedy, greeted each other Here's good advice lor a woman during her
night! I'll be around for 'you about stunned to cry out, covered her face following morning. It's the first wordlessly, embraced, drew apart, change lose(usually her appeal from to 38 men to 62)who, who worries fearsshe'll
seven. Oh, by the way, did you with her hands. one out, Mary, and I'm afraid that's then impulsively embraced again. about hot flashes loss of pep'dizzy spells
take "Storm," et cetera, to be Phil glanced apprehensively at the best you can do, unless, of Ellen, a new maturity in her bearing upset Get nerves more fresh and air moody, 8 hrs.spells.sleep and if you
typed?" the telegram. It read: course, you want to go by plane." came softly down the bare need a good general system tonic take LydiaE.

"Yes. Yesterday morning. They FATHER JUST PASSED AWAY "Oh, no!" Mary returned, thinking steps, and, with a convulsive sob, especially. Pinkham's for women.Vegetable It helps Compound Nature made build
say everybody in New_York's writ- PLEASE COME HOME IMMEDI- of the extra expense which fly- kissed Mary first on one cheek and up physical resistance thus helps give more
ing novels and tnat they're so ATELY ELLEN. ing would involve. "I can't fly. That then the other. "Oh, Mary," she jittery vivacity nerves to enjoy and disturbing life and symptoms assist calming that
swamped they can't have it finishedtill Dropping it on the table, he wentto morning train'll have to do. I can breathed, "thank God you've come! often accompany change of life. WELL
Thursday noon." her, and taking her, unresisting, catch the eight-thirty train for Our father-Mary-our father ." WORTH TRYING
"Well, nobody's writing a novel in his arms, held her enderly, pro- Hawkinsville the following morning. Mary held her sister tightly in a..
like yours! Supposing I get Tony tectively there. "Poor little Mary," and reach home about one." her arms, unable to speak, yet Patience Plods On
Porter to lunch with us at the Al- he said softly. "Darling, I'm so sor- "Then, I'll call for you at ten, struggling inwardly to force the Though patience be a tired
gonquin Thursday, and you can.turn ry!, So very sorry! Rest your head Mary," Phil said. "Try to get some question to her lips. She must knowat I mare, yet she will plod.-William
the script right over to him while against me, my sweet and cry. Let sleep, my dear. You'd better give once how her father died.If Shakespeare.
we're there?" the tears come. It'll help, darling." her some brandy, Addie or hot milkor only Ellen wouldn't cry like
"Could you really do that, Phil? And standing thus, within the safe something." that! The girl's body, racked by
That'd be rushing things right alongin warm circle of his embrace, she "I'll take care of her, Mr. Phil," choking sobs was shaking hysteri- Got MALARIA?

a perfectly miraculous manner! wept-wept for the loss of the dear- Addie replied proudly. "Don't you cally. If have Malaria, you owe it
Only I didn't know that literary est friend she'd ever had-wept for worry. I'm goin to get her to bed "Darling! Ellen!" she cried. to yourself you and your family to get
brokers ever stooped to break bread. the sacrifices James Loring had. right now." "Dearest ." Then, "Oh, Ellen! relief. All over the South-and in
with a grass-green author! made for his family-wept for the "Then I'll be running along," Phil What was it? How did Dad die?" 21 foreign countries-Wintersmitn
"They do, my child, when the editor defeat and heartache that had said, and, coming to where Mary Why didn't she answer? Why Tonic is known as one of the oldest
of America's biggest weekly hap- seared these last few months of his .sat, he stooped and kissed her gen- didn't and most reliable Malaria medicineson
pens to ask them! Besides, Anthony tly on the mouth. "Good-night, my "It was a terrible accident, the market.is We believe of quaMy.you ,;. ,.
this proof
Porter's more enthusiastic about life.At last, struggling for composure, dear," he said tenderly. "Try to get Mary," her mother broke in gently. will For agree own sake-TRY Winter-
your novel and its author than the she raised her tortured eyes to Phil. some rest." "Dad was working on the car in the smith's-and your see for yourself!
old poker-face lets on." 'How soon can I get away?" she For one mad instant, Mary wished garage, and the motor was run-
"All right, Phil. You should. asked. "Is there a train tonight? I she might put her arms about this ning ." WINTERSMITII'STONIC
know!I" have to go by way of Chicago, you big kind man, and tell him not to Mary felt a shudder pass throughher.
"I do, darling. See you later." know." go, not to leave her-that she needed With the motor"running? Oh,
"See you later Phil! Good-by." Phil's hold about her relaxed, and and needed terribly, his comforting no! He wouldn't have Why, -
But he was. makingfor one of the first things he told her
seeking in his pocket for a cigarette, presence.
CHAPTER XV he found one and lighted it. "It's. the door now, and saying to Ad when she was learning to drive was
too: late tonight but I'll phone the die in the tone a father uses when never, never to do that! And yet Forgotten NecessitiesTwo
She took more pains than usual New York Central and the Pennsyl- entrusting his child to another'scare she fought the thought-the painful things the traveler easily
In dressing that night, and was shy- vania, and find out what time you "Watch out for her, Addie, and realization. Her heart refused to forgets-his umbrella and the
ly pleased with the reflection the can leave tomorrow; how soon you call me immediately if she wantsme. believe what her mind told her was truth.
mirror threw back at her, as, giving can get to Hawkinsville. And I'll ." the truth.
it one last glance, she made readyto send Miss Cotswell a radiogram. Addie left Aunt Linnie's apart- "Where-is-he?" she asked. HANDY Mums ll6u J
enter the living room. Phil, look- Mary?" ment an hour ahead of Phil Buchan- "In the living room, dear," Mrs. JAR
ing big and somewhat austere in "Yes?" an's arrival the following morning.She Loring answered gently. "Do you RLlE AND
dinner clothes, jumped up from the needed time to stop at the bank, v'ant to see him now?" 10
"Would like for to to SNOW-WHITE PETROLEUM JELLY I
chair in which he'd been lounging, you me go draw out some money for Mary, get Mary, pleading for understanding, ,
Hawkinsville with ? I hate to
to greet her. "Darling," he ex you to the station and pay for the ticket looked into her mother's eyes. "Yes, '
claimed, "you look lovely tonight!" think of you making the trip alone. before Phil and Mary should reach Mother," she said. "May I go in Time of Great Price l
And then, as if fearful of having Mary averted her haggard young there. This she had accomplished, -alone?" Time is the most valuable thing !
been lush, he hastily asked her face. "No, Phil dear. Thank you. and, by Mary's arrangement, was Mrs. Loring nodded compassion a man can spend.-Theophratus.: i
where she wanted to dine. 'You're so good-so very good to offer waiting for them at the informationdesk ately. "Of course, darling. We have
Nor did he show, by any word or but-I want to be alone." when they reached the con- all wanted to do that."
sign throughout the whole evening, Silence, and then, "All right dear. course. She walked slowly into the flower- Awonderfulaidforbolis :
that Mary Loring meant anythingmore Hadn't you better telephone or wire Phil looked troubled. "I wanted banked room where the body of where a drawing agent ,t 4I :
to him tonight than she had your family right away?" to get your tickets, Mary," he said. James Loring lay. The casket and Is indicated.comforting.' Soothing Fine for ;J
the first day they had met. In fact, "I'll wire," Mary returned huskily. "I couldn't let you do that," Mary flanked the fireplace at the south children and grown-ups. I j'.
She might have thought that she "I-I-couldn't bear to talk to returned proudly, wondering what I wall, and a great piece of sheer Practical. Economical 't
.
bad only dreamed he'd asked her them tonight." he would think if he knew Addie was netting lay over it. For one ap < '
t& marry him-that he didn't care "Write out the message then, and financing her trip. palled moment, she stood there gazing GRAYSOINTMENT25Unnatural :
anything at all about her-had he let me send it for you. I know you, He glanced at the reservation to at her father's dear face, so r.r r
not said, "If there's nothing more don't even feel like giving it to the see the number of the car that she strangely young and peaceful in ,
-_ exciting in your life tomorrow night, telephone operator." was to be in. "Mary," he began, death; then, lifting the veiling, she Evil I
.. Mary, what about having dinner Mary automatically moved to- "you have a lower berth. Don't you tenderly touched his clasped hands. Nothing leads to good which ii
with me? I could call all bets off at wards the desk, .sought pen and pa- want a compartment, dear? It'd be "Daddy darling," she whispered, not natural.-Schiller.
the office around four o'clock, and, per, and scribbled pitiful messageto so much more private. Won't you "you were always so good to me! I
if you'd like, we could drive some- her mother. Then, again, over- let me give you this little-comfort, If only I could have eased your wor- ,
where on Long Island. The dog- come by her loss, compassion for at least?" ries, my darling! If only I could I
wood trees are in bloom now." her mother, heartache for her father "No," Mary replied dully. "A low- have saved your life! I love you so, e g IJSLle.
"Thanks, Phil, I'd love it," Mary to whom of all his children she er's all right. I don't mind." Daddy. I love you so!" I P Bedbugs
replied, and realized, an instant lat- had been closest, she buried her "But ." Gently, she let the trahsparentcover Crab Lice
ir, that she had experienced a moment face in her arms on the desk. "Please, Phil. I couldn't let fall back in place,and, squar- I no.too .. Potato Bugs
of disappointment when she Phil, speechless with understanding you ." ing her shoulders, turned away. II 00' : Cabbage Worms
had thought he was not going to say watched her for a moment; "All right," he agreed tersely. (TO BE CONTINUED) Mex. Bean Beetles
anything about seeing her before then turned, and went towards the "Come along, then." At Your Drug Stor
their luncheon engagement on kitchen, and Addie's room that led But once in the Pullman, he began How Jumbo Was Killed I
Thursday."Do off from it. "Addie!" he called, again, "I wish you'd let me get a Jumbo, Barnum's famous African WNU-7 26-39
I feel-keen about seeing him knocking on the door. Eventually, compartment for you, and I wish elephant, was killed on September -
simply because I'm not busy writ- Addie's sleepy voice responded, and someone were making the journey 15, 1885, on the Grand Trunk SHOPPING OThe best placeto
ing now?," she asked herself, "and the door was opened. with you. If you won't let me go Airline track, half a mile east of I start your shop-
am rather lonesome? Or do I really "Addie," Phil said in a low voice, along, Mary, what about Addie?". St. Thomas, Ontario. His keeperwas ping tour is in
care for him in the way he wants me "Miss Loring's had bad news. Herfather's His worried eyes sought the Mulat- leading him along the track Tour yourfavoriteeasychairwithanopen: -
to? But how could I? People don'tfall passed away." to's face. when a freight train came up be- '_ newspaper.
in and out of love so quickly.I'm "Oh, my God!" the woman ex- "No!" Mary said shortly. "No, hind unnoticed and ran him down. Mate a habit of reading the advertisements
: in love with Chris. I've always claimed. "My poor baby! I'll be Phil. I really want to be alone. Jumbo was injured so badly that .In this paper every week.: They
been in love with Chris." there right away, Mr. Phil-soon as There are so many things to think he died in 30 minutes. His valuo can save you time, energy and money.
But she was destined not to know I get on my robe and slippers." about. Phil, I received a letter was estimated at S300.000.



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NEWS ANALYSIS BY JOSEPH W. LaBINE ; y r
i
WEEKLY
Is Month of Violence ]I II & ;

L I July European Money and IndustrySeek symiles



I Y \ a, Haven in North America;

Breath of Air

Feared Friend-Hello, George. Out for
World
Economy Upset a stroll this fine evening?

Farmer-Yep! I need a mouth-
ful of fresh air after being coopedup
(EDITOR'S NOTE-When opinions arc expressed In these columns, they
,'. are those of the news analyst and not necessarily of this newspaper.) on a hunert-sixty acres all day.

' ___________ __Released by Western Newspaper Union. "But I'm
i' Barber- lady, sup-
Czech workers. Confidently expected posed to do the talking: here."
INTERNATIONAL:
-. is a compromise, but Czech
: ; ,.- :-j I Westward workmen will not be imported. Other Bowling Green?
; ... :' little stiff from
) ; investment was wel- : signs-of-the-times: Boogy-I'm a
Foreign C: One thousand farm families from bowling.
comed by the expanding Americaof Sudetenland being settled in Where'd
with are Woogy-; you say YOQ
100 years ago. Today, western Canada, the first 250 fam- were from?
domestic money and industry idle, ilies having already arrived. Re-
both Canada and the U. S.' have
3 Jg'S '; garding Jewish refugees, Canada'simmigratfon
<
7 tCR + 1 hw 3rtYy V 'YJ v s? enough trouble without invitingmore. department makes no A REMINDER

But one almost imperceptible issue of race or religion, but demands -
result of Europe's dictator mad- that applicants either. pos-
has been a knocking on Amer
ness sess skill and money, or relationsin
ica's gates by gold, men and indus- Canada to support them.

try from ,abroad: German Jews C: Foreign currency deposits ,in
have brought their worldly goods;
Canadian banks rose from $47,000000 ,-
Czecho-Slovakia's industrious man- in 1938's first two months to
" ,- ufacturers have sought refuge for this ---
-. ;'i ..J L;: ..:.r' ""' '$i'X<''''''''''''' the plants that once supplied low $71,000,000 year.

priced import goods .for the Amer-
r ,: : the dawn oj modern history men have sought vengeance ands ican market. Results: ASIA: "How the tide comes in with its

, ::,,';. SINCE been violent in July. Hot, sultry, July has tried men'sArchduke United States. Hit by industrial CrossroadsNo long: green roll!'
: .
I }'" souls and found them wanting. Above: White flag of truce floats over lethargy more severely than agri- mystery to white men iri the "S imply a delicate intimationthat
. ; Adowa during the Ethiopian war which cultural Canada, the U. S. has offered will have to in with
( abut in the "Holy City" of Orient is Japan's purpose in getting we come
: Mussolini began in July of 1935. Right: One month after Austrian no refuge to domestic foreign factories manufac-, obstreperous over foreign concessions one, too, if we expect to stay here
: largely because "
Ferdinand was in Tientsin and other Chinese more than one week.
turers are sufficiently vocal to pro- cities. With the rest of coastal
assassinated at Sarajevo, f But in.;
test successfully. money
China finds Euro- Ultra
conquered Japan
,
Y f
Germany was in the midst flux is something else. Secretary of pean settlements its principal obstacle Mrs. Skjold-I wish to buy a

of its attack against Bel- to consummation of the "new fashionable dress.
gium and France. The exact ati u. :ay order" program. Thus observers Clerk-Yes, madam, will you
?a
1 date i tY s' ye H : expect continually expanding pres- have it too tight, too long or both?

i fg' which f i sure unless Britain protects its
month &IT4K rights in the Tientsin concession You've really got insomnia if

@ ': J' Day" which Japan blockaded recently. you can't sleep when it's time to
French Should Britain capitulate, as she has get up.
: 4.1
done repeatedly the past few years,
July Shanghai, Hankow, Amoy, and Can- Silver Silence
the ton concessions will be wiped out Youth (to fair companion-
';i Bastille immediately to end a fascinating Have you ever tried listening to

chapter in modern Chinese history: a movie with your eyes shut?
f Concessions and settlements date Voice (from row behindHaveyou

')l. Y4k back almost 100 years, constitutinga ever tried listening to one
) Jj special position for occidental with your mouth shut?
a4M
:
; ;
i : ; powers which thereby gain impor-
; tt.Vd. ; tance far out of proportion to the
; individual settlement's size. Example -

I : Though all foreign areas in TAKE FORMALARIA
Left: On July 17, 1936, China total about 17 square miles

Spain's Generalissimo and house only 50,000 white men,
Francisco Franco came out Japan has been forced to divert her

of exile to begin the civil attack around them.

war which tore that coun- The white man's star began descending -

asunder for more than in the East 40 years ago
try Photo shows when_ Japan ousted British concessions Get Relief From Chills and
,
two years. .-. .,aakaiw44a" +>#,:aiixwNea :ta:. from her own insular terri-
the general dispatching a Fever! -
At Tientsin eight settlements;
tory. ,
message to one of his, di- JAN BATA dwindled with terrible Malaria.
that began in 1860 have Don't put up
visions as he directed the Workers are not invited. Don't endure the wracking chills
to three (British, Italian and Japanese -

advance to Barcelona. Commerce Harry' Hopkins recently ). Only in Canton have European i and At fever.first sign of the dread disease,
found foreign investments here rose settlements missed trouble take Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic.

I from $7,036,000,000 at the end of 1937 Minus concessions, the U. S. nev A real Malaria medicine.Contains Made
to $7,883,000,000 at the end of 1938. ertheless helps rule Shanghai anc tasteless especially quinidine for the purpose.and iron.

Though much increase came from Amoy, also protecting American Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic actually -
rising common stock prices last residents who live in other large combats Malaria infection in
year, $49,000,000 represented net- Chinese cities. American garrisons, I the blood. Relieves the awful feel better chills
Helps you
purchases of U. S. securities. stationed to help maintain order at I and fever.

Canada. Several million pairs of Shanghai, Tientsin, and Peking, may :fast.Thousands take Grove's Tasteless
Czech-made Bata shoes have been yet be called upon to take their Chill Tonic for Malaria and swear
in the U. S. and Can- by it. Pleasant to take, too. Even
sold
- annually choice: Resist or bow out of China take it without a whimper.
I ada. Jan Bata, whose plant is the with other white men. children Don't suffer and suffer. At Ma-
Y J f largest industry of its kind in the laria's 'first sign, take Grove's
world, escaped with his money and UKRAINE Tasteless Chill Tonic. At all drug-
technicians just before Adolf Hit- : stores. Buy the large size as it gives
ler invaded Czecho-Slovakia. Pop- Incentive you much more for your money.Manner .

ping up in Canada, he proposed to Russia's rich Ukraine ranges;
.-- re-establish his plant at Prescott, from the Carpathian mountains of: of Doing
/ Ont., supplying British dominions, central Europe almost to the Caspian That which makes one man differ -
Revolution.'a the tJ. S. and Canadian markets sea, embracing 360,000 square from another is. not so much
from a factory manned by skilled miles and populated by 53,500OOC( what things he does, as his .manner -

Russians, Slavs and Germans of doing them.-H. E. Man-

Through its east and central par ning.

r : HeadlinersNICHOLAS run rich valleys of the Dneiper anc
/ '
,,. Dneister rivers, which for years Relieve the discomfort with
,4 HORTHY have fed vast Russia. To the east, this accurate aspirin
re'e. aJ.4.n. ,.ww :''' Simplee
Not since the World war has in the Donetz river basin, lie vast NeuralgIa St.JosephGENUINE

One occurred the notorious Marco Polo I he commmanded a ship, but Ad- deposits of coal, iron ore and man PURE ASPIRIN
miral Nicholas Horthy has com-
bridge beginning of Japan's war against kingless
manded a navy-less,
above shows
China undeclared. Photo kingdom since he was elected regent ,; LfHiti rescue after one of the horrible bombingsto of Hungary in 1920. Just SOVIETRUSSIA Men love to hear of their power,

Left: The funeral. of "Austria'smartyred turned 71, he is credited not only but have an extreme disrelish to
chancellor, Ln- with averting Nazi German domi- MOSCOW o be told their duty.-Burke.

gelbert Dollfuss, who was nation of Hungary's domestic affairs wllrrE i oRt
assassinated on July 25, but is also hailed as "the ut ,

1934, in an unsuccessfulNazi .... liberator of more POLAND FAIR
coup to gain controlof ,. 4 I than 1,000,000 I N.Y. WORLD'S

the country. In a way J Magyars from 1r NOSIWAW at "Fair Prices"

the uprising accomplishedits sion.Czech" The oppres-latter I II UNGAR :.' 125.000 inspected rooms from$1.25 per per-
purpose, for Austria I son in quiet dwellings near Fair grounds.
; refers to Hun- RUMANIA Radio City and shopping districts-hotel
immediately began the I gary's grab when service-kitchen facilities. Central advisory -
.. metamorphosis which led Czecho Slovakia bureau for New York housing.
FREE iHiutratitw booklet and
"anschluss" last ndJor
to year.
broken
was up information on advance reservation
.....-
1 last spring. PROMISED LAND NEW YORK ROOM LISTING SERVICE INC.
J : 1w'% f i1 Though he has The temptation is understandable. 17 East 42nd Street New York City
y
a 9d often visited, Ber-
o.! -- lin and been flatteringly ganese, ace cards in the deck of;

entertained by the Nazis, any military nation.If Law of Failure
!11:>:......; ; Admiral Horthy has followed a Adolf Hitler's fascination for Whoever yields to temptation
course of friendship with reserva- the Ukraine was once a puzzle, pub- subjects himself to the law of fall-
tions. On his birthday he told lic interest has zoomed to such ing bodies.-Horace Mann.II .
: on parliament that, although advo- heights since he captured Czecho
: In cating continued cooperationwith slovakia and thus made a path to

age ni Germany in foreign affairs, the east, that the Ukraine's resources -
381, Hungary must not lapse into eco- are now public knowledge. sooODtuo
"
"Mein Kampf, which outlines
Even
two nomic dependence by neglectingher STOItSLAftGt
: ings own industrial development.Still Der Fuehrer's plans for wrestingthe li MENEII5
revealedfar
Ukraine from Russia,
July. ( fighter, Admiral Horthy fOTTltmkt 1
a less than a new U. S. bureau of (
this his fists six Y.- i
flattened with own
Data
mines study. : $1.20 REMEDYRHEUMATISMSSSI
Nazi demonstrators who began The Ukraine's coal reserves are cGpji41U7S
with shouting in the Budapest opera 72,300,000,000 tons; iron, 4,066,000,000
winter. Then he sedRe1A
'f house last tons; ferruginous quartzite contain- le
r.. brushed a spot of dust from his
year ing large iron percentage, 40,800000,000 ,-
blue naval uniform and stalked
tons; manganese, 441,000,000
back to his seat.
the tons; lignite, 510,000,000 tons.








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FIUDAY, JUNE 30, 1930
THE CLEWISTON) NEWS
: EIGHT
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I

work. At one point he was cau- upon the fair treatment accorded -I I June 1939.MALCOLM. BIGG, Clerk 10 REFUNDING THE STATE BONDS.OF FLORIDA, AND ,'

Shaw Child .DrownedIn tioned by Mr. LaGuardia against the Independent growers by the CITY COMMISSIONCITY THE SEVERAL PROPERTY. OWN-AND
CITIZENS
ERS TAXPAYERS
OF CLEWISTON.Juno
] introduction of legal evidence., Ask- sugar corporation, Mr. Beardsley 23, 30. OTHERS, INCLUDING NONRF.srDF.NTS -
Drainage Canal ed by" one of the men whether or stated that a fiber deduction was OF SAID CLEWISTON HAVINGOR
DISTRICT
not any interest was charged tho (called for in the contract but as NOTICE OF TAX SALE FOR DELIN- DRAINAGE CLAIMING ANY RIGHT, TITLE

David-Shaw, seven- workers who drew cash advances; on this could not be satisfactorily esti- OUENT 10.18 EVERGLADES DRAIN- OR INTEREST IN CLEWISTON

Lawrence Florence Shawof I their salary during the week Mr mated the amount was split in half ACJI3 DISTRICT TAXES. DRAINAGE PROPERTY DISTRICT THEREIN OR THETAXABLE :
Mrs.
year old son of Bitting answered emphatically in by the corporation, arbitrarily.R. I Notice is Hereby Given that all A petition for the validation of
Chiefland and Lawrence U. lands delinquent on July 3, 1938, for Seventy Nine Thousand Five Hundred
the negative.At Y. Creech of Belle Glade next non-payment of EVERGLADES Dollars ($79,500) principal amount- of

Shaw of Moore Haven, was drowned another place in the questioning took the stand to give testimonyas DRAINAGE DISTRICT Taxes for the refunding bonds of Clewiston Drain-
year 1938, or so much thereof as may I age District to be issued for the pur-
Sunday about 12:30: p. m. in Mr. Bitting was asked if he a vegetable farmer. He said i be necessary to pay the amount due pose of retiring and refunding One

one 'of the main drainage canalsof I did not believe that the fact that that the higher wage scale set by for taxes on said lands for said year, Hundred Eighteen Thousand Eight
'of bonded
together with the costs of sale specified Hundred Dollars ($118.800)
the South Florida Consen"ancy his corporation was more success- the government for the sugar corp-I in the laws governing said DIstrict indebtedness (including bonds and

ful financially than growers In oth- oration had forced the growers to will be sold at public auction matured interest coupons) of said
District near the Ritta Plantation scale for labor and beginning at twelve o'clock noon on Clewiston Drainage District having
er sections had not played some pay a higher the 3rd day of July, 1939, at the been filed and presented to this Courton
Village. part in causing the differential be- during the last season, when prices front door of the Court House in the the 6th day of June, 1939 the-
in City of LaBelle, Florida, and continuing State of Florida through the Hon-
his home withan low that the difference
The child made tween Florida and Louisiana and were until said sale is completed.A orable Clyde Wilson, State Attorneyfor

aunt, Mrs. J, L. Varnadoe in he replied that he could see no the wage scale had forced the complete lis. of such delinquent the Twelfth Judicial Circuit of
loss where other- lands is available for public inspection Florida, and the several property
Clewiston and attended school in I reason why, because his corporation growers to take a during the business hours at the owners, taxpayers, citizens and oth-
was more efficient and better oper- wise they might have had a nar- office of the. Tax Collector for the ers, including non-l esldents of said
Clewiston last year. He was visit- margin of profit.' Following County of Hendry in the Court Houseat Clewiston Drainage District, havingor
should be penalizedon row
I ated that they LaBelle. Florida and inquiries as claiming any right, title or interest -
ing Sunday at the home of Mr that account. I his talk Mr. Bitting asked a few to lands included in said delinquent in Clewiston Drainage Districtor

Luke at the Ritta questions in regard to this con- list, by mall or by telephone, or In the taxable property therein are
and Mrs. Aubrey r.ir. to the directed, required and
I Following Bitting I person, during business hours, will hereby ordered
Camp when the accident occurred, stand was F. W. Heiser of the dition and among others if he were be fully answered by the office of notified to appear before the said Judicial Cir-
I II prices for his products commensurate said Tax Collector. cuit Court of the Twelfth
He was reported to have been playing -i! Fellsmere Corporation who stated getting R. N. MILLER Circuit of Florida in and for Hendry
] I with a few ''years ago. Florida, at 11o'clock
of children in Tax Collector of Hendry County, at LaBelle
not
with a group I that his corporation was represented \
Creech answered with an, emphatic County, Florida. A. M., Eastern Standard Time
I Mr.
!
the yard, riding a tricycle. He had I at last year's hearing in [ that if, on the 10th 'day of July, 1939 at a

been missing for some time before Moore Haven and he wished to of "no! and continued li THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THETWELFTH hearing j to be held before said in LaBelle CircuitCourt
'I continued at the Court House
and search was started and the fer testimony at the 1939 hearing, the federal government JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF J Florida, to show cause, if any you

tracks of the tricycle were found I He explained that his corporation to give Florida markets to the off- COUNTY FLORIDA! IN AND IN FOR CHANCERY HENDRY I have, why said authority, proceedings and the,
I taxes,
1 bonds, assessments
that every grower
leading down the canal bank and operated differently from the U shore areas No. 850: power 1 to levy same, should not be ,...,
would be forced out of business.Mr. F. D. DUFF R. Y: PATTETI1 and confirmed.
into the canal. A negro workman i I S. Sugar Corporation in harvesting I state- SON, and J. E. BEARDSLEY, as : ;adjudicated, validated ORDERED In Chambersat
this
said that DONE AND
recovered the body. I I and loading operations and on ii Donoho and constituting the Board of : : Ft. Myers, Florida, this 6 day of
to be stricken of Clewiston Drain- :
would have Supervisors
Funeral services were conductedat j I much smaller scale. He said thai ment the record but Mr. Bitting age District, a public quasi- : I June, 1939.GEO. W. WHITEHURST,
from
o'clock Monday afternoonat I I his corporation was well satisfied corporation organized and existing :
four
statement remain of FlorIda Circuit Judge.
asked that the under the laws :
the Clewiston Baptist Church with the wage scale set and that to his question I and CLEWISTON DRAIN- : I C.N.-June 9, 16, 23, 30-4t
as it was in answer_ DISTRICT, public quasi :
with the Rev. Marshal Mines of- his cane cutters had averaged 37.4 AGE a.
and a notation to strike the clausebe corporation organized and existing -:
ficiating. Interment was in the i I cents per hour during the past har- under the laws of FlorIda :

Ortona cemetery. vest season. Mr. Bitting addressed I made. :

Surviving relatives include the i through the chairman several ques Following Mr. Creech's testimonyMr. vs. Petitioners' :: ROOM FOR RENT

sister Bernice, ofMoore 'I tions to Mr. Heiser at the conclusion Donoho adjourned the meetingand THESTATE OF FLORIDA, :
parents, one SEVERAL PROPERTY :
takenon AND THE
the officials were ,.
Haven, four aunts, Mrs. J.: of his talk.P. later OWNERS TAXPAYERS, : cool
:: Furnished
S large
U.
a tour of inspection of CITIZENS AND OTHERS IN- : ,
L. Varnadoe of Clewiston, Mrs.' Wm. B. Johnson, a negro tractor Corporation properties in- CLUDING NONRESIDENTS OF :

Garsey of Arcadia, Mrs. Heinie Anderson driver for the U. S. Sugar Corpo- Sugar Division SAID CLEWISTON DRAIN- : I with twin beds
the new Western ,
cluding having or : room
DISTRICT
AGE
of 'c ewi -ton, Mrs. Emma ration was called to the stand and
interest
right, title or :
They expressed amaze- claiming any
hospital.
Cox of Brade'nton, the grandparents, asked 'a few questions in regard of this : In Clewiston Drainage :

-Mr. and Mrs. David Shaw of Moore, to his wages and hours worked and ment at the completeness District or the taxable property :: \ private bath, phone.
for colored employees. therein,
',Haven and Mr. and Mrs. J.V..I as to living conditions in the plan- hospital Respondents. :
Newspaper men present at the ORDER 'AND NOTICE TO VALIDATE Phone 53
unknown. tations.
address
Kemp,
I F. $79.500 PRINCIPAL AMOUNT OF:
Miami hearing were: P. O. Gorder, W.
Congressman Pat Cannon of CLEWISTON DRAINAGE DISTRICT:1
I Terkildson and J. A. Stafford of the
Contract ForContinued was present and asked to be
I Miami Herald Joe Hill of the Palm
heard in a short talk before the

I His request was: Beach Post-Times, A. D. H. Bussey
-- \ luncheon recess. :1
_______
( From Page One) \ granted and he first read a telegram of the Palm Beach Sun, John Gled- ..___

eight miles west' of Stuart. I from Congressman J. Hardir hill of the Pahokee News, E.: R. : \10&1

I I Idi the Florida News ;Service
Contracts for construction of the Peterson, protesting against unfair Rogers of

spillway and power units will be discriminations in the wage scales Tampa and Carr Settle of the

let as separate sections, probablynot I for different sections of the main-I Moore Haven Democrat and Clew

before next year. land area and also a statement by iston News. UII' II IIIII' IIIII'':

C. O. Andrews which was
The St. Lucie locks contract has Senator } -

been held up longer than any other introduced as evidence. THK CIRCUIT COURT OP Till I( \
IN
stated that .
portion of the great Okeechobee- Congressman Cannon TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OlFLORIDA

Caloosahatchee project. Only last he ''was present at the hearing at IN AND IN FOR CHANCERY IIKNUIVV

the request of his constituents in COUNTY
funds made availableand
week were I No. 85.
last minute changes of the the Belle Glade area. He stated F. D. DUFF, R. Y. PATTERSON ; : III
BEARDSLEY.as :
plan ordered. Even then it was that he was opposed to every phaseof and AND constituting J. E. the Board :

thought it would ,be in September the iniquitous Sugar Act and said of Supervisors of Sugarland : ObILYICIl
:
he would 'do everything in his Drainage District, a public
before the advertisement for bids ,, that quasi corporation organized :
appeared. I i power to tear it apart when the I and existing under the laws :

proper time came. He also called' of DRAINAGE Florida, DISTRICT and SUGARLAND, a public :: With Our Direct-Reduction Home

bill which he had organized : : ,:
attention to a quasi corporation .

Sugar Wage Hearing=] introduced to permit Florida sugar: and Florida existing, 'under the laws of :: Loan Plan, ,each monthly payment

cane growers to grow all the cane Petitioners, : NTcPE51 of the loan. That
: YOV M' cancels a portion
wished if they waived the v. ,
(Continued From Page 1) : they THE STATE OF FLORIDA, : interest

ed the method of group harvesting! right to benefit payments.Mr. AND THE SEVERAL PROPERTY : : ACTCE HA V part is goneyou pay no
TAXPAYERS, : .
Donoho thanked Congressman OWNERS : much
.
and the splendid wages paid the I CITIZENS AND OTHERS INCLUDING : rno"1 on itand you are that near-
Cannon for his talk and said NONRESIDENTS OF ,,1 'r.: j
workers during the past harvest.He ownership. Ask
that as much of it as related to the SAID SUGARLAND DRAINAGE : DUCS10N er debt-free home
of the
also enumerated many DISTRICT, having or claiming :
wage scale would be left in the title or interest in : tt i receive further good
\ shall
perquisites which are offered by any right and you

the corporation to their employeessuch fuel: record.The meeting recessed at one or Sugarland the taxable Drainage property District therein ::: -.::: ::: news about our home loan plan.

free
as rent-free cottages, ,
o'clock until 2:30 for luncheon and Respondents. :
free garden plots, stores operated ORDER :AND NOTICE TO VALIDATEREFUNDI

"on a cash and carry basis with no after reconvening evidence was PRINCIPAL OFOSUGAR
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made to force employeesto heard with respect to the establish- BONDS .
attempt DRAINAGE DISTRICT.TO
buy in the stores, schools, churches ment of a fair and reasonable price LAND THE STATE OF FLORIDA AND Clewiston Federal Savingsand
OWNERS -
should receive from the THE SEVERAL PROPERTY
recreational facilities, etc.' and, growers : TAXPAYERS, CITIZENS. AND
explained that although not forcedto processor and concerned the con- OTHERS INCLUDING NONRESI-

tracts held by independent grow- DENTS OF SAID SUGARLAND Association '
do so by state law that the DRAINAGE DISTRICT. HAVING OR Loan
with the United States Sugar OR
secured ers ANY RIGHT TITLE
corporation had compensa- CLAIMING .
Corporation.Mr. INTEREST IN SUGARLAND DRAINAGE
tion insurance on all employees.He DISTRICT OR THE TAXABLE
Bitting again took the stand)
I'ROI'ERTYTHEREIN: .
explained that wage rates had I

established for in the and offered one of the Florida con- A petition for the validation clOne . . ... ..............................................................................
been women tracts in evidence.! He said that Hundred Ninety-one Thousand ,....................................................................-......' .... . . --.
Everglades higher than the rate, Five Hundred Dollars (191,500.00) principal I II
I the contract price was based on I amount of refunding bonds of
allowed men. in other areas and that ) District to be .
the sucrose content in crusher juice Sugarland Drainage 1 1
wages in the Everglades cane fields issued for the purpose of retiring and I .!.
and the daily average sugar price refunding Five Hundred Eighty-four :'jt I .:.
were a third to a half higher than' between December 1 and May, 31' Thousand Eight Hundred Dollars ': ...
other sections. He stated that corp- $584,800.00) of bonded indebtedness ''
which during the past harvest season ( inter- :
'I matured
and
oration employees during the past I' 28488. The average net (including, bonds) of said Sugarland Drain- .
was est coupons \
season's harvest had averaged $2.13 District having been filed and I I
\ GOLF
age
per day with good workers aver- price$3.01 paid with to a growers sucrose was average, he said of, day presented of June to 1939 this Court the State on of the Flor-6th \ CLEWISTON

aging $3.00 or more and that the ida, through the Honorable Clyde
14.9 per cent at the nearest hoist. Attorney for the

, post-office. department had done The cost to the corporation for Twelfth Wilson Judicial State Circuit of Florida, i
splendid business in the sav- property owners, taxpayers -
a and the several 2,
ton and
was $0.417 includ-
hauling per and others, COURSE
I
ings department and in c. o. d. citizens a.
rendered amountedto of said Sugarland i
other services nonresidents .!.
ing
and money orders. The plantations, Drainage District, having or claimingany '.' ....'..
29.64 cents per ton making a interest in Sugar- ':' ,
he said, covered a fifty mile front right, title or
cost of approximately $3.70 per Drainage District or the taxable \
land '
from Moore Haven to Canal Point property therein are hereby ordered, t : :

with 30,000 gross acres includedand ton to the corporation.To 1 directed, required and notified to appear of- fI&b.- I .:
the thirteen individual grow- before the said Circuit Court
he explained the set-ups in the Judicial Circuit of Flor- : :1
ers in the Everglades with a net 'the Twelfth County aLaBclle. 1 ::
Hendry
nine plantation villages.Mr. Ida in and for yy:
acreage of_ 1525, the yield was 66-( Florida at 10 o'clock A. M.,
Bitting then introduced exhibit I Eastern Standard Time, on the 1UU
491 tons for a sale value of $200431 to beheld
two in evidence which was, which amounted to about $lJo,1per : day'of before July,said 1939 Circuit at a hearing Court at the Y xi1

he explained, a compilation of agricultural Court House in LaBelle, Florida, to .

statistics for 1936-1937;, Mr.acre.Bitting introduced a letter show cause. If proceedings anyyou have bonds, ,why assessments -
authority

to show that wages paid than by double the from one independent grower ir. said levy isame,, taxes should, and not be the adjudicated power to i1 Open to the Public ] ..I ]

corporation are more which he stated that sugar cane validated and confirmed. e!

those paid in other lines of agricul- was a new crop to him and that* DONE AND ORDERED In Chambers -
I Myers, Florida, this 6th I ;,
tural activity. He said that he was he was deeply grateful to the corporation of at June Ft. 1939. :' =

not asking a reduction in the Flor- for the assistance they had day CEO. W. WHITEH' HST, y hY

dia wage scale but rather an increase rendered in helping him to make Circuit Judge. :
C.N.-D.-June 9, 16, 23, W-1t.
in the scale given Louisiana a success of his crop and that he xf

where he said, it costs r.s much: was more than satisfied with the x jz j

for man to live than in HEARING
or more ai contract price.J. NOTICE OF I'UIlLICy -

Florida. E. then loolth: ,21
Beardsley Friday ,July 7, 1939, at 11:00 o'clock y
Following his talk Mr. Bitting stand as a witness for the independent A. M., United States Eastern Standard y 3.:

was questioned at considerable growers and stated that be Time, is fixed as the date in and the time City y Gree.i Fees ::
Hall
when, and the City Moderate
length by Mr. LaGuardia and Mr. was well satisfied!' v.'ilh the conditions of Clewiston is designated as the :;: :

Mulliken in regapd]: to various: pointsof of his contract and felt thai place hold where a, public the City meeting Commissionshall for the Exceptional Fairways : .

the evidence and Mr. Bitting he could speak for every contract purpose of considering and acting : i

each in the method He stated the assessment roll, of actingas ::
explained step holder in this respect. upon of hearing interesting Greenst'JGI
Board of Equalization :: -
of harvesting and cultivation and that 1,700 tons was* the smallest I I a complaints and receiving testimony -I ;

the method employed in paying: amount harvested by any independent -J us to the value of any property, :!s:

workers vation and for the harvesting method and.employer culti]I I,} the largest.grower, 32.5 and acres about he 9,000,said tons wr.s J I real Assessor,or equalizing persolalus, and of the perfecting fixed 1939 by tax reviewingand the assessment Tax- .......................,..........'...'....,...'..0......,...,..................",......................".............................................................-..............IIx

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In-, paying workers for each .classof. the ,smallest rllage.i1 commenting-' This notice .dated' this 22nd. day cf -

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