The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00676
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: April 1, 1938
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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: 90% Freeholders Sign Of Junior-Senior Banquet
: Development Sugar Industry .Inl

i Petition for Bond Issue Held Tuesday NightThe

Everglades Described By Bitting Annual Junior-Senior banquet
Petition for a special election to -
of the ,Clewiston
authorize a bond Issue of the Clew- High School
iston school district to provide was a delightful affair of Tuesday

funds for the erection of a new In Address To Club evening and was held in the din-

high school building in Clewiston Tampa !, ing Apartments.room of the Sugar House

has ,received the signatures of 90 .
percent of the freeholders in the A Dutch motif was followed; the

district and will be presented to t.ables'were decorated with wInd-

the county petition school calls board for a tomorrow.The bond issue -., Says Industry Brings Half Million Dollar Trade For TampaClarence resemble mills and a flowers Dutch ,were garden.arranged The idea to

r was carried over in the other dec-
not to ,exceed $50,000 for the -
I orations on the memory books and
purpose of providing the new build-
, Ing. Plans for the building have R. Bitting, president of i first cigar.-I will never forget sluggish stream? The true descriP-// in the speeches and toasts given.
been executed by L. Phillips Clarke the United States Sugar Corporation how I felt after that first smoke.I tion is contained In the Francis Wright proved himself

and Edgar S. Wortman of West was guest speaker at the had a very hazy recollectiondue self-EVER GLADE-a glade, forever -! a very clever toastmaster. The Jun-

Palm Beach and have been approved Tampa Kiwanis Club Wednesday, probably to that first cigar- and ever, as far as the eye I for class president, Owen Winn
by the local school board and and using the topic "What Sugar that Tampa was some kind of a can reach. j I gave the address of welcome. The

by the state board of public in- Means to Tampa," pointed out foreign country. I knew it, was a Tampa, situated as it is, has not Senior response was made by the
struction. graphically the far-reaching bene- long way ,off, because my school only profited from the I class president, William Johnson.

The call for the election must I fits of the development of the Ev- teacher told about the member of but is in a position to Everglades'l Bernice O'Neal gave the toast to

be published for thirty days before erglades into a'sugarproducing the State legislature who, to attend more, when, as, and if the faculty to which response was

the election can be held. All freeholders the legislative sessions, had to takea Government permits the Everglades I made by Mr. Herring.

a) in the district are eligibleto area.Mr.. Bitting gave figures of the boat to Cuba, then another boat its rightful place in the national I During the evening musical en-

vote in the election, the defin- expenditure of the corporation in to New York and then an impossible economy. tertainment was given by Mrs.

ite date of which will be announced Tampa for the past year, and esti- number of trains to get to Tal-I Last year, that is 1937, the Everglades -I Douse Jones, Misses Florence and
next week following the meet- mated the increase of Tampa busi- lahassee. produced approximately Kathryn Graham, Jim' Holland and

Ing of the school board tomorrow. ness from the Everglades business- The next time I heard of Tampawas fifty thousand tons of sugar from (Continued on Page 8)

houses which are dependent indirectly in connection with a chap by fifteen thousand acres of land.

I I upon the activities of sugar the name of Gasparilla, and recently These are important figures andI

CANE HARVEST WILL production. During 1937 the sugar I again heard about' the City want you to remember them. Fifty 17 FIRST MATCHES

industry, directly and indirectly, and thought he was still around.A .-I thousand tons of sugar from
I was responsible for the expendi- friend of mine, who apparently fifteen thousand acre's. Now here,

END SATURDAY IN ture in Tampa of half a million I enjoyed the Gasparilla celebration, are some other important figures.! PLAYED SUNDAY IN

dollars. "If Florida were permittedto claims he saw the' gentleman. Last year, the same 1937, the sugar -
produce only 10% of the sug- In-between-times l'' have heard producers of the Everglades
U.S.S.C. PLANTATIONSThe ar consumed in the United States, other names. Names that are inter: spent more than three hundred HANDICAP TOURNEYThe

production would be increased to twined with the history of the City thousand dollars in Tampa. More I

15 times the present production and and have made the City known from than three hundred thousand dol-
harvest of sugar cane in the the amount, spent in Tampa (and coast to coast and ,,overseas-Plant, lars. That is six dollars per ton : Everglades Handicap Cham-
Everglades draws to a close this other cities) would increase pro- Knight, Taliaferro Lykes, ,Clewis of sugar produced and twenty 'dollars pionship went into full swing last
week-end and plans for the Annual portionately." and others. { per acre cultivated. Sunday at the Clewiston Golf Club

i j Harvest Festival and Dance have The full text of Mr. Bitting's The Everglades, from where I Those figures include only the when well over 1QO golfers invaded -

'been completed by the committeeIn talk follows: > came to enjoy your hospitality, is direct, expenditures of the United I the Sugarland layout, most of

charge of the festivities. "What Sugar Means to'' Tampa" part of Tampa's back yard. States Sugar Corporation. The]I I them attempting in a competitiveway

Cutting of cane in the fields Tampa has been a magic name The Everglades! What does the butcher, the baker, the gasoline to keep their noses above water -

will be concluded tomorrow (Sat- to me. Twice, as a very small boy, name mean to you? Does the men- station, the tire dealer, the dry- in the present handicap cur-
urday), April 2nd. On Tuesday the the name was engraved upon my tion of' the word bring to mind the goods merchant and others, sup- rent. Seventeen 'first-round matches -

Field Events and Barbecue in the memory. ,Once, as the place from very misleading picture, in the ported in the Everglades by the were, played off for the day and

Eastern Division will take placeat which the soldiers came, after the school of geography, of some live- sugar industry, also spent hun- hot competition featured most of

Azucar. This is an all-day affair Spanish-American War, and, later, oaks and cypress, hung with Span- dreds of thousands of dollars inl the play. .

\,.- and' each year attracts many as the place, where they, made, my ish moss, along the banks of a (Continued' en Page E) 1! Judging solely from match results -
"!' Interested white spectators who enjoy .. .c the handicap committee seem-
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the games and contests as muchas ------------------------------------- U ed to have done some-good guessing

the colored participants and on- J. CLS: d--n-n- f in assigning handicaps, as an
lookers. RECORD BROKEN FOR SAME WAGE RATE IS I unusual number of matches wentto

The Western Division will cele- I the home green, one went 36
i From Electric Chair
brate with field events and a bar- -' holes, one 27 holes, and another
becue in each plantation on Thurs- tied at the end of the official eigh-

day, April 7th. Semi-finals in each J. C. ,Lowe; who was under sentence teen. This latter, a championshipflight

::;..;: event will begin at eight in the LAST of, death for the murder of FOR CANE affair between Arthur Wells '
; ;.0 morning' in each, plantation, and FRIDAY'I E. D. Adkinson of Clewiston in GROWERSI of Belle Glade and F. D. Duff of

will continue till 11, when the July, 1936, was saved from the I Clewiston, will be renewed some

field barbecue will be served in All past records for grinding electric' chair by action of the state The agricultural adjustment ad- time this week in another effortto

each plantation village. have been broken at the United pardon board this week. His sen- ministration in Washington announced reach a decision.
The colored laborers of the West- States Sugar Corporation's Clewis- tence was commuted to life im that sugar cane producersin Marathon honors for the week

ern Division will gather at on 3 o'- ton sugar-house, which at 8:45p. prisonment.Lowe Florida and Louisiana would be went to H. J. Stein (26)) of Belle

clock at the Townsite-Harlem Athletic m. last Friday produced the was convicted by a Hardee required to pay the same harvest Glade, and Owen Winn (21), Clew- !

Field where everything is in 300,000th bag of raw sugar of county jury in September, after wage rates in order to qualify for iston caddy, who battled over 36 :

readiness for the final contests: in I the present"harvest.' ,his attorneys had made futile efforts I 1937 benefit payments.The holes before Stein won 5 and 3.

the various athletic events. These Last year's entire output was,! to prove that the body found I new wage rate determination The :slender Clewiston bagtoterhad

include horse-shoe pitching contest, 295,170 bags, and is anticipated floating in Charlie's Creek, seven covered harvesting operations_ his older opponent, dormie one
.i 100-yard dash for men, 100-ysrd
that by the close of the present) miles south of' Wauchula, was not September 1, 1937 to June 30I on the regulation 18 but Stein
for 50-yard dash for
dash boys in chip shot from off
clumped a
grinding campaign a record of that of Adkinson. 1938, replacing a determination
50-yard dash for girls, I the
i to tie up
.> 325,000 bags will be set. The Adkinson was a mechanic in the made November 4., 1937 which was the eighteenth green
\ 50-yard sack race, obstacle race, match and then went on to win.
grinding is to shops of the sugar corporationhere ,
campaign drawing applicable only to Louisiana.The
'g.;t 1 r running broad 'jump, running high a' close, the last cane being sche-' and he and Lowe left Clewis pro-j I (Continued on page 4) i
1937 act
!, jump, tug-of-war, baseball game, sugar ,
duled for cutting tomorrow, Sat- ton together in Adkinson's 'car ( I
ducers to "fair and
; buck and wing dance contest and pay a reas-
'' urday, April 2nd. shortly after the Fourth of July inl Tomato Harvest i
;- 1 boxing matches. onable" rate in order to share
: TownsiteHarlem Whistles at the house pro- holiday. No further trace of ,Ad- provided for cane I'
sugar payments
/ At eight o'clock 'at the sugar '
kinson was, found until the body Season Is BegunThe j jI
';; Athletic Field will be held claimed the new record Friday and sugar 'beet programs.The I
:" f night as the 300,000th bag was I'was discovered a few days after
ii, (Continued on Page 8) new determination made no
.#: Lowe had appeared with suspicioussums
;" weighed out. change in the rates established for
of money and with Adkinson'scar I Everglades tomato harvest j
," i' Stewart Guest Speaker Lowe's story to officers wash j Louisiana, only making these; applicable season is getting underway with
to both states.
Plans For
Completed unconvincing and he'was already I the M. H. Crouch Packing House
i: At Kiwanis Luncheon under suspicion when Adkinson's It fixed a wage rate for cutting 1 opened at Lake HarbQr and Charles i

J3.t1 :, Harvest FestivalThe body was discovered. He was then/I sugar cane on a piece basis of '75 Marsh, formerly of Wauchula, open- r
I charged with the murder. J cents a ton including cutting, strip- ing a packing house in the W. B. i
;\; C The attendance contest at Kiwanis After his conviction in the September ,I ping and topping. Where loading Cate Seed and Feed warehouse just
Club recorded twenty-six in Annual Harvest Festival and '1936 term of court he was I also was included the wage rates south of the freight station.

attendance at Wednesday ,evening's Dance which celebrates the clos- i sent to Raiford to await execution.I established were: small barrel cane, Mike: Criticos and H. C., Avantare
luncheon meeting at the Barracks. ing of the grinding season of the A plea of his defense attorney fort green, $1.19, burned, $0.97; me- picking tomatoes from their

A program had been. arranged by United States Sugar Corporationwill a new trial was denied in December dium barrel cane, green, $0.97, on townsite locations
Tom Shelley, chairman of the public )- be held in the Sugar House' on 1936. burned, $0.81; large barrel cane, and plantings are the first in this immediate:

affairs committee. Saturday, April 9th. Plans have green, $0.81, burned, $0.65. vicinity to ship. i

-4 E. L. Stewart was guest speaker been varied this year and 'the'Bar- LADIES AID TO MEET I For harvesting cane on a time market has. been low, but a
of the evening and dealt particu- becue for employees and their fam-I i basis the minimum rates a day of The noticed in
larly with the observance of Wild ilies will be held from 4 till 1 The Ladies Aid meeting will beheld $1.50 for adult male labor and stronger tendency of the week. There
Stewart' the afternoon with the dance following -! next Thursday afternoon at $1.20 for adult female labor remained the early part increasein

who described himself as an at 8 in the evening., the home of Mrs. H. C. Jones with unchanged as did require- has been no appreciable, but grow-
is famil- Admission to the barbecue will hostess. ments covering furnishings of dwel prices yet
average sportsman, very Mrs. J. H. Doty assisting that the increased
iar with the need for conservation be by ticket only, and tickets, each lings, medical attention and other ers are hopeful tomatoes, which

; of wild life and Is very much in having the' name, of the employee ALTAR SOCIETY TO MEET necessities for laborers.. tariff on Cuban today, will limit
into effect
sympathy with all efforts being will be delivered by department goes from the island, and
made along that line by state and heads or time-keepers to the' recip- The Altar Society of St: Marg MEREDITHS CELEBRATE 5TIIWEDDING shipments Mexican shipments will not

federal governments.Mr. ients, who are requested to present aret's Church will hold its 'monthly ANNIVERSARY that greatly in volume for the
Stewart described the or- them at the door. The change in meeting at the home of Mrs. increase i"eason. The Dade county cropis
was madeIn Mr. and Mrs. Zerney Meredith game
ganization of the National WildLife the time of the barbecue O. F: Schiffli next Thursday after- informal drawing to a close and the price
were hosts at a delightfully ( I
an effort to overcome congestion '
non-profit or-
Federation, a eshoitly.
noon. is expected to
card party Friday prospect
and delay which seemed un-
ganization which derives its income I tomatoes are
wed At present
and celebration of their fifth
the barbecue
avoidable with ,
from excise tax on sports-
an pro-
just enough to cover
Sidney IIooverwas a visitor 'n ding anniversary. bringing
held in the evening.
men's goods and ammunition. The dance being '
Eunice I costs.Cabbage
will begin at 8 and con- Fort Myers Saturday. Guests included Miss duction
organization said Mr. Stewart, Daycing still being cut but
Meredith, Mr. and Mrs. Campbell
o'clock. Admission i
tinue untilone
sponsors a 7-point program designed F. Tip- the price is low The bean marketis
Mrs. J.
Nall Mr.
E. and
which is the gala
to the dance, I
of week
to further the preservation
about over, buyers
.. natural resources. The past week event of the season, is also by tick Those expecting to attend Will pey, Foster Meredith, Thomas offerings for localpurchaues
was designated by President Roo-. ets, which will be delivered In the I please present their tickets. t\t the Kurtz, Otto Larson. and' Sidney- I I stopped .

(. Continued! on PaSt" >S) same, way as the'. barbecue-. tickets., door., ; -Hoover- j ,IL

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THE governmental ,functions
the United States fall into

the, legislative, executive and

judicial divisions.The .

members of the Presi-

dent's cabinet are appointed by

ryyR / the President, with the consentof

the senate.

There 'are 10 cabinet officers.

Each state has two senators.The .

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SYNOPSIS you spend every evening with Cor Relax 1 Can a man relax a chair, he called himself basis of population.The .

inne the year you were engaged, ten thousand imps are even stronger, and ris- membership of the houseis

' James Lambert tries In vain 'to dissuadehis Ned?" his brain? If I could sleep delved into his trunk in search elected every two' years.

beautiful foster-daughter. Leonora, from "No but"Look week-Look here he broke some long-packed linen trousers,
marrying Don Mason, young "rolling One-third of the senate is
,stone." He tells her "Unless a house Is here," broke in the older trite all of a sudden, "I've no work of a native tailor in Ja elected every two years.

founded upon a rock It will not survive." man, "have you heard something ness talking to you like this. The fact that they needed

brother.Leonora suspects Ned, always the Influence jealous'of of her the hall-girl about Don-something unsavory?" ashamed of myself. was immaterial. At' least,

r since the day his father brought her home Ned admitted he hadn't; and, de- think that's half the trouble would be more bearable than
from the deathbed ,of her mother, abandoned days-being ashamed." I A glance into the hall showed
ciding there would be no virtue in
by her Italian baritone lover. Don A Seamless Kniton
arrives In the midst of the argument, and worrying his father, dropped the believe that I amounted to that miracle, of boarding

Lambert realizes the frank understanding subject, to James' evident relief.In thing, Nora; but now I feel : an empty bathroom; and
Round NeedleAll
between the two. Sitting up late Into the efficient. Perhaps I can't indulging in a shower and don-
night Lambert reviews the whole story fact, James Lambert went to bed
of Nora as a child, at boarding school in an uncommonly agreeable frameof things in their true the minimum of garments, he

studying music abroad, meeting Don on the his mind. Things seemed to be work- even a trifling error in my the house, unable to contem- eyes on this knitted two-
return trip. In the morning he delivers
ultimatum, to give Don a job with Ned for ing out all right. The knowledgethat pears a crime! I actually the inevitable dish of sloppy piecer! So Summery, in white or

i a year's showdown. When Nora suggeststhe Don had dined not once, but my morale is slipping. I that awaited him in the pastels, it's done mainly in stock-
possibility of running away with Don. with seeing myself as I look to room below.
times world-famous
Lambert threatens disinheritance. Don several a inette stitch, with a lace stitch defining -
agrees to the job but before a month is Arctic explorer, had made an im- brother, Nora, and-and that roll and glass of milk at the "sunburst"- yoke. Use a

over, his nerves are jumpy he cannot sleepat pression; and several people had A fellow can't go on scorning restaurant made life look round needle and there'll be narya
night, he is too tired to, go out much with
Nora. Nora soothes him with her music. spoken warmly about the fellow. self"like that and get for a moment; and out of seam to sew or show. You'll

Nora grows quieter, and broods over Don Folks liked him, apparently. And he he? for the waitress (wilted, love it in either nubby cotton yarn,'
complains to her father of Ned's spyingon was doing well enough in the office, She answered, her low at this early hour) Don's tip
him, and decides that rather than see
Don's spirit broken, she will run away. She considering that the work was new gentle: "I think you twice the cost of his simple c\ /J

urges her father to put an end to the futile to him-that he'd had no training.No your failures, Don. Only Her surprised question: l /.1 LlI1..

experiment.angry. Lambert James Lambert tells her is that obdurateand if Don doubt Don would see, after a ther told me that you were this- a mistake, Mister?"

quits she will quit with him; that he will while, that a man with a family well. He's not discouraged glimpse of the engaging

be through with her. He adds that if she must settle down. Yes, James wentto your progress, dear; but Ned that had been absent from his ,
tires of her bargain it will be useless to
come to him for help. Later Don and Nora bed in a peaceful frame of mind. you nervous. And why '! for many days.

discuss the situation. Don promises to buck Not so Nora. To save Don the he? I've felt his scorn, too, "It's a feeble attempt to counter-
up and take life more calmly. "We'll stickIt "
out," he says. With the coming of trip across town by trolley she had the weather, he responded, ris fliJ.

spring, Don Is full of unrest and wander driven out and picked him up at "Blow it in on ice cream sodas :

lust, and takes long walks at night. One his boarding place. He was waitingfor you survive," and the girl's spon-
evening a poor girl speaks to him and In *
his pity for her, he gives her money. A car her on the steps in ,white trou- smile of amazed gratitude 4' < 1r'

passes at that moment, flashes headlightsand sers and blue coat-the correct pic- with him a while, the one

moves on. A terrific heat wave ushersin ture of a handsome young man ap- spot in the hectic subway
the summer, and Nora refuses to go to
the country with her father. propriately attired for a hot eve- .

ning; but one glance told the astute So the day began, a day that was
Nora that something was wrong. be of vast importance to Don, to
CHAPTER IV Continued
5 She said, returning his somewhat and to her father also. By ttg ?
"I'm patient smile of greeting: "Hop in, o'clock the sidewalks swarmed
staying here that's all
serted Leonora. "Ned and his fami- Don; but slip your coat off first. No shirt-sleeved figures. By noon

reason for being more uncomfortable ambulance gong was sounding
ly will be only too glad to keep you "
than I alarming frequency. When one
necessary. r
company. It will save them money. "Oh, may I?" the stenographers collapsed and
That always appeals to Ned
you At his tone, Nora threw a covert sent home in a taxicab, Don
know and Corinne will be
; glance in Don's direction. On edge, the girl. He found it well /
bother of her
opening big
own she decided; and answered tactfully impossible to get down to workto '
house, something she grumbles
: "Of course you may. Toss it in concentrate. Yet there was an 41 \\ i
about for weeks beforehand. Or if
back. You take off neck- somewhere which he
can your thought ihavti
this plan doesn't work out Aunt
tie too, for all of me." n << must be located before
Jean would stay with you. Per- Pattern 5601.a .
haps you'd like that better His face softened. Save for that Lambert happened in. And

Ned, Junior is getting to be anyway.a pest. one wan smile it had'been grim be- S make things worse his head had combination of wool and rayon,

That boy needs some good old- fore. ..yi'l its infernal hammering. Per- or in Shetland floss. And of courseyou'll
fashioned chores if ask "You're a good scout, Nora.. I'll f when the others were out at
you me. want to wear it both with
take advantage of that offer after it ,t 1, i- and things were quieter, it
"What do you know about ( and without its matching skirt! .
chores?" chuckled her father; then gets dark. clear up. In pattern 5601 you will find instructions -
The girl smiled as they started, a They were gone at last. ,The noisy
added, before the girl could answer: for making the blouse
"You can't stay here, child." smile of understanding blent with were silent; and save and skirt in sizes 16-18 and 38-40;

"Why not? The house is always amusement. the rumble of traffic far below, an illustration of the blouse and of
"You were so formally correct! D room was still. Don stood at a
open. all stitches used material
'Oh I?' Did by in effort to fill his ; re .rICk
"But you'd suffocate, Nora." may you any an lungs quirements.To .
chance mistake .me for Emily Post, better air; but it was too hot
"And what about Don, with no obtain this pattern send 15
dear? neatly'i be refreshing and back at his
place but a boarding house bed- "Look here, have you cents in stamps or coins (coins
Don smiled.
room or a park bench to spend hot really something about Don?" again discouragement engulfed preferred) to The Sewing Circle
"I'm afraid I don't know what the
thick and impenetrable
as a
evenings? He's enduring a lot for Household Arts Dept., 259 W. 14th
me, Daddy. If I can't hang around lady looks like. My formality was I know how it hurts. For fog. Street, New York.
the result of an ugly disposition, I Four months more! He could nev-
and drive him out into the country time I've suspected that he Please write your name, ad-
suppose. You looked so cool, and stick it-even for Nora. He
after his work's done, I-I'm a me a little because of my was dress and pattern number plainly.
slacker." comfortable and sleeveless, darling, Ned's so conventional. He good-absolutely. That wise old

Her father considered this in silence it made me resentful. I've been so feeling a bit uncomfortable, had, certainly shown, him up.
damnably hot all day. Will you once said that she wasn't
pondering on the miracle of pose, that anybody born as
what love does to one. He had forgive me? should be his sister." all that these months had MEN LOVE GIRLS
One soft hand left the wheel
sometimes thought Nora a bit heedless There was a silence him. Well, tie mused bitterly,
touching his a moment. Then she she Was worth this
of other people, partly because said said grimly: "If I believed anything WITH PEP
briskly: inertia? Was worth
most of her own desires had been anything
Nora, I-I think I'd kill him
"Remove that tie and unfasten
gratified so easily; yet she was de- my bare hands!" the. joy from life? If you are peppy and full of fun, men will invite
liberately contemplating a summerin your collar too, Don. Now slump Joy? Don started, raised his head you to dances and parties. BUT, if you
down comfortably and "Thanks, dear; but that are cross, lifeless and tired men won't be
the city just to make life pleas- forget your help matters." Nora spoke if wakened rudely from a bad interested. Men don't liko "quiet" girls.
manners. Who cares for appearances For three generations one woman has told
anter for that young ,man. It was, He was la I fool-a damn
and the tension of another how
the to go "smiling through" with
after day like this? Once
he reflected a we get not to clearer. What
immensely surprising.He broke as she wished it to. see things Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. It
said: "Will Don let you do it?" far enough from these hot pave- would he find anywhere-with- helps Nature tone up the system, thus lessening
ments you'll revive. Don't try to sides, Ned has his own good the discomforts from the functional disorders -
"He's not' to be consulted. Of know. He's devoted to Nora? What sacrifice was too which women must endure.
course he'll protest when he finds talk if your head has gone on strike. you -for her? He had been right Make a note NOW to get a bottle of world- -
selfishly devoted, I am sure famous Pinkham's Compound today WITH-
Just rest. I'm dear.
out, Dad; but you know how stub- sorry, his morals evening when he said that his OUT FAIL from your druggist-more than*
born I can be!" Don obeyed, grateful for silence, are-impeccable was slipping. Why else million benefit.women have written in letters reporting -,
the healing cool of evening, andNora's are even he have such thoughts? He not
"I do, smiled James. "Ring fora able-when I could love him Why try LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
nearness. The city was left buck ?
cold drink, Nora. You look apo- if he'd let But up.
plectic. I can't say I like this planof behind after a while. The silence look for me. you in It came tb him then with a sense

yours, my dear; but I supposeyou'll deepened. Dusk drifted into dark Ned's understanding a healing, that the opinions of oth-

honor us for the week-ends." while somewhere high, high above be his type, darling. It didn't matter, if Nora under- The crying of children is some-
fault that he
"Does that 'invitation include them a star was bornanotherandstill side of sees And she did-bless her loyal times an indication WORMS

Don?" more until at last myriads of life. He was His girl knew that' he wasn't in the system. The cheapestand

tiny lights spangled the sky. Don that way, and nothing has weakling. She didn't scorn him
"It does if I can get you no other since quickest medicine for rid-
to him. Gee!
way," her father confessed with thought: "If I could get the feeling that breeze delicious? his nerves were jumpy and ding children or adults of these

honesty. "Don't you realize, daughter that I'm only a part of this immensity morrow will be couldn't sleep. She realized the parasites is Dr. Peery's "Dead
that I'm likely to miss you?" -that my own small troubles if no one else did: that noth- Shot" Vermifuge. a ,bottleat
Nora was touched. She said don't really matter. Or if my going to take you home this in life had fitted him for a job of: 5pc
gen- druggists or Wright's PillCO.,100
ute Don. You need sleep
tly: "That's nice of you, Dad, espe- head would stop this confounded sort, and that'when the damna- GoldSt.NewYorkN.
conversation. How's the head
cially when I'm driving you almost throbbing. ."He said, after year was over and he got away

crazy. I'd kiss,,you if it weren't so more miles had slipped away, "Better, beloved" thanks to everything .

blazing hot." speaking so suddenly that the girl ministrations Don turned, nerves quivering Error Is Discipline

"Don't! James protested. "Hu started: "Nora, what makes me This was a lie' told ; and with a gesture meant to Mistake is the discipline
man contact a day like this would different from other people?" her behalf; but Nora, her casual, covered his open through ,which we advance.- I

fee unbearable." She stopped the car, and turning, spasmodically twitching with the morning paper. Ned Channing. --1t I

Yet the truth was, he would have faced him in the starlight. was not deceived. apparently cool, obvious-

welcomed her kiss with pleasure because "Are the rest of us all cut from unruffled, stood on the threshold.

he felt thafthey were friends the same pattern, Don?" CHAPTER V about his smug, immacu- MOOLIINE

again. The knowledge comfortedhim "Not you," he answered. "God appearance maddened Don, i'
greatly. Despite the heat and made double Despite a refreshing the older man said pleasant- SNOW WHITE PETROLEUM JELLY
never your ; even .
Nora's decision about the summer, you can accept a way of living that the air as they rode toward enough" : "Have you been tq LARGE JARS StAfto/Ot

James felt more light-hearted than suffocates me. Tell me the truth. the mercury soared next ?

he had for weeks. Even some guarded Am I a sort of savage?" Promising though the (TO BE CONTINUED) WNU--7 13- 38
questions put by Ned that night, She answered soberly: "You're seemed, it came to a L

questions as to where Don Mason just yourself, darling. I don't want end before Don got to sleep Raven Looks Like Crow SMALL LARGE SIZE

spent the evenings he didn't spend you different. Oh, Don, don't fret after a few short hours of ravens are over two IvNE' S $1.20
with Nora failed to disturb him. slumber he wakened to a have
about it any more! Do you imagine long, a wing spread of

"You'll have trouble pinning any there aren't others who possess the suffocation. The only window three feet, and look like a

damaging conduct on that young craving to break away-escape-do small room faced east, and crow. Headed for extinction, i

man, Ned. He's not our sort, of something that no one else has done the sun, streaming across are ordinarily found only in !iIlA"O

course; but there's nothing wrong before? How far would science ad- felt scorching.The Montana and South Dako- Brings Blessed Relief

with his morals. I'm sure of that." vance without your kind, my dear? day before on seeing a Once they were common all from aches and pains of

"What makes you so sure, Fa- If you'd take things more calmlynot an walking the hot'pavement the United States. Ravens nest

ther?" let yourself get tense-relax a "summer fur" thrown desolate regions, as far as pos- RHEUMATISM

"Partly things he's told me him little ." shoulders, Don had judged from men. But, after being NEURITIS and LUMBAGO A

self-things about his life, you know; Quick anger sprang into his blue imbecile." Now, with a they can be tamed eas "' 1'1I Try a bottU Why Sutler? t'. I

and partly from observation. Did eyes. his own dark suit hanging "' 1.I.J'.I.'IC.'H.J'II.

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War Threat Removed Mexico Seizes ForeignOil LessonBy
Tasty Baked Potatoes. After

baked potatoes are "done," gently Concerns e.. Hull Says We Arm for Peace Dean REV.of HAROLD the Moody L.Bible LUNDQUIST.Instituteof

crush the potato open and then Chicago. Not
return it to the oven to dry out fora Western Newspaper Union. 1 Likely"I
'orti: Y} Y.:rGMiy. suppose you'll want me to
few minutes. ',y'1 ,}vci ,. Crd kroJ./,,ri: :
rr::r.ror< a f
\,.gK\'ij y: ry r, ,: Lesson for April 3, give up my job" Henry, when we
:" Softening Shoes.-Shoes or boots y ;o.hi: + ; are married?

< -,.'; that have become hardened from v %n SERVING OTHER RACES "How much do you earn?"

1>: :.::: : a bad wetting will soften if rubbed S a \> :.'''Yeas\ K' 'k "Forty dollars a week." ,

" .; ::;' with a rag wet with kerosene. ;fOr, y, % LESSON TEXT-Mark 72437. "That's not a job, it's a career,
.. '" '. $.L. ;x /l. K\'.,$;.a;.',;, A; :w!" :, S btirlvE., fiKU' Cr, by., ':' a'C>,,f :oa GOLDEN TEXT-God is no respecter of and I wouldn't want to interfere
,..: ; .,' xytG h persons. Acts 10:34.: "
: with
Fresh Orange Juice.-It is best i "id yt your career, darling.
; ,/,('.'h.? 2'
' ; to the juice just '
r squeeze orange JUNIOR TOPIC-The Lord of All.
'/;. before breakfast rather than the INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR TOPIC-
.' air won'thave ; .j $4. f,$ Showing Good Will to Other Races. Noteworthy Aim "*
before the
: night so
j.'. YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOPIC- Teacher-Tommy, what is your
- ; a chance to attack the vita Practicing Christian Brotherhood Toward great ambition?
;: min in the juice and also change All Races. Tommy To wash mother'sears.

'.: the flavor. : /::: : "God is no respecter of persons"Acts .

F : ( ,,,10:34)). He who by reason of
His infinite knowledge might 'well NO KICK IN IT
An Invaluable Aid
draw lines of distinction between

To the HousewifeIN t 4 them is loving and gracious towardall

THIS issue you will find the not willing that any should per

\ of the series of articles J'S WjgWn'f ish, extending his mercy to men of

written by C. Houston \ k all conditions and all races. But

Goudiss, famous food expert men, whose knowledge is so limited

whose books, radio, talks and that they cannot even rightly judge

',' lectures have made him knownall the thoughts of their, own hearts,
over the country. : C 'iq/0, are quick to discriminate against H

In this article Mr. Goudiss dis their fellow man because he is of a

: cusses the vitally important subject, different race, color, or social posi
I} "Mineral Salts." He shows the .
necessity tion.A Flea-No fun that
leader in the Southern Baptist
of these materials in the diet, -he's too lazy to even scratch.
and their relation to the building of church recently pointed out that

a strong heart, healthy nerves, richr Here in confidential conversation are Senator Sherman Minton of Indi the number of heathen in the world

>d blood, strong bones and sound ana (left), chairman of the senate committee investigating: lobbying, and has increased about two and a half

teeth. He also gives the food sources Senator Lewis B. Schwellenbach Washington.. The committee's inquiryat times as rapidly as the number of

of these salts. present is directed particularly to a campaign against the government Christians, which means that at the

Read each one of these articles reorganization bill and its activities aroused Publisher Frank Gannett to rate of progress of missions duringthe

:, as they appear weekly in demand its abolition. last generation the world has

:- this newspaper. They will become more,heathen at the rate of

prove invaluable to the .housewife six million a year, and now we

in assisting her to keep the u PlduuuJ are retarding the process still fur-

family physically and mentallyfit. ther. Because of financial depres-

" SUMMARIZES THE WORLD'S WEEK sion we are recalling missionaries.

Western Newspaper Union. When the world is ablaze with sin

and God-denying political theorieswe
{ ,:, ,', : Victory fdt PolandONE that, in the present state of world I withhold the gospel it needs. It :BEAUTY CONTESTforlPIANTS
"2;: Don't Neglect immediate threat of Euro- affairs, to do less than is now pro, has well been said that such strat-

pean war seemed to be dissolved posed would lay our country" opento egy is like closing the hospital because I
unpredictable hazards, he said, an epidemic is in
when Lithuania yielded to progress.
Your Child's ColdDon't referring to the naval expansion
the demands of Poland for resumption Jesus had gone into Syropheniciaand

of normal diplomatic program. the region of Decapolis (look HAVE you ever wondered 'why
let chest'colds or croupy L- "The momentous question," he most of the finest gardens in
coughs untreated. Rub Children's and trade them up on the map) to rest. But
Musterole go on child's throat and chestat x:? ?, relations and virtually said, "is whether the doctrine of the need of the Gentile people (to your Ferry's locality Seeds?are Here's grown from
once. This milder form of regular f ; gave up its force shall become enthroned once whom He was not at that time calledto

Musterole penetrates, 'warms, and claim to Vilna, former more and bring in its wake, inex- minister) impelled 'Hun to help All Ferry's Seeds are the result

stimulates local circulation. Floods capital of the orably, international anarchy and a them also. Note how they were of many years of careful
the bronchial tubes with its relapse into barbarism." breeding, selecting and improv-
soothing, ; # _
?g4 country which the stimulated to believe how their
ing. strain
Musterole developing a new ,
relieving vapors. brings re- He disclaimed "the slightest in-
lief naturally because it's a"counter.irritant"NOTjustasalve. n., Poles seized 18 years tention to entertain such notionas faith was 'tried, but triumphant. the seed experts of the Ferry-
rzc: ;y :.a: any
.Recommended ago. General Smig- I. Faith Encouraged.The Morse SeedBreedingInstitute
r chief of the the use of American armed hold "plant beauty contests" to
by many doctors and nurses. ly-Rydz,
Greek woman.and the
Three strengths Regular Children's Polish and forces for 'policing the world. man select the finest plants. Their
;),(i1I"'J: : army
led to believe in "
.,?:; f i. (mild), and Extra Strong.TJntrusting "strong man" of Po- He specifically opposed the proposal were seeds are planted for the next
Christ in
two different
: ,:,,." ,' land, had mobilizeducncrai the United States retire from ways. crop. Thus, year after year,
: his troops on the the Far East. 1. By hearing about Jesus. The weaknesses are eliminated and

Smigly-Rydz Lithuanian border woman "heard of him" (v. 25). Paul desirable qualities encouraged.
The 'triumph of the "seclusionist
He that will believe only what "Faith Select flower and
by hearing
says, your vegetable -
and Polish cruisingoff
warships were
he can fully comprehend, must viewpoint, he said, "would inescapably and hearing by the word of God" seeds from the ,Ferry's
Memel. So there was nothing for the whole world backto
have long head carry Seeds store display. All have
a very or a very (Rom. 10:17). Are we diligent in
short creed.-Colton. the Liths to do except give in. Polish the conditions of medieval chaos, been tested this'year for germination -
: and
season out of season,telling the
troops that had been concentrated conditions toward which some partsof and
r ;:', in Vilna paraded in celebrationof both the eastern and the western story of Jesus and His love? If so, tested for trueFERRY'S

the bloodless victory, but in worlds are already moving." men and women of our acquaintance ness to type. rrw
: Now Real Economy! will hear of Him and be
Itir-':: ,. Warsaw the celebration was distorted '.".- readyto 5c a packet and .;
1 doz. St. Joseph Aspirm-.10c into a "pogrom" in which call on Him in the day of their up. Ferry-

3 doz. St. Joseph Aspirin.....20c riotous throngs attacked all the Jews Mexican Oil Seizures trouble. Morse Seed ..
8/ doz. St. Co., Detroit,
Joseph Aspirin35oB 2. By a personal meeting with
they could find, killing several and PRESIDENT CARDENAS of Mexico San Francisco. I.
Hundreds of Jew Jesus. The man was deaf; he could .
wounding scores. announced the
expropriation -
not hear about Jesus, but he could
0 ish-owned smashed before
shops were of oil properties belonging to
the could order. see Him. To him the Lord came FERRY'SSEEDS
: police restore American and British companiesand fvergPackztDATfD
in person,' and by the sign language,
Col. Joseph Beck, Polish foreign valued at some $400,000,000.Wells .
related in verse 33, He stirred his
minister declared that Poland refineries and tankers
heart to believe.II. .
would guarantee Lithuania's inde- seized and workers took control of

pendence. The Liths, however, were all company offices in the republic. Faith Tested.

GET RID OF extremely bitter over the concessions The American and British 1. By obstacles. The woman met

they had been forced to maketo employees and 'their families fled. what seemed to be a sharp rebukev. Time Well SpentDo

their more powerful neighbor. For the present the oil industry in ( 27), although it was no doubt not think it wasted time to

BIG UGLY --Air Mexico was paralyzed. much tempered by the tender voiceof submit yourself to any influence

The companies concerned began Jesus, and by the fact that He which may bring upon you any

House Passes Navy BillWITH legal action attacking the constitutionality did not use the word "dogs" as the noble feeling.-Ruskin.

PORESPlENTY only a few votes in oppo- of Cardenas' decree, and Jews did in speaking of the Gen-

the house passed the ad it was said would carry the case tiles. He' spoke kindly, and He

ministration's billion dollar navy to the highest court. Both the talked of the "little dogs" which

bill. The measure authorizes United were the pets of the household. But
OF DATES NOW..DENTON'S construction States and Great Britain
of the largest battle fleet in were expected to challenge the ''her faith was greatly tried, just as 1 1 I 1t

FACIAL MAGNESIA MADE HER American history by adding 46 com- seizures and similar action threatened ours often is, not that it should fail,

SKIN FRESH, YOUNG, BEAUTIFUL bat ships, 22 auxiliaries and 950 air in the case of mines as violation but that its strength might be dem

planes. of treaty obligations.The onstrated.
Romance hasn't a chance when big ugly
2. By natural handicaps. Jesus
pores spoil skin-texture.Men love the soft The War department announced action of the Mexican government -
smoothness of a fresh young complexion. that army and navy officers were was not entirely unexpected put no impediment in the way of the

Denton's Facial Magnesia does miraclesfor about to study plans for an enlist- for it was the culmination of a man, for he was already hinderedby

unsightly skin.Ugly pores disappear, ment program that would put more long and bitter controversy betweenthe nature. How often do we not

skin becomes firm and smooth. than two million men under arms oil companies and Mexico'sboard feel that in our very personalitiesand

Watch your complexion take on new beauty within four months of a declarationof of labor concilation and arbitration bodies are those things which

Even the first few treatments with Donton'a Facial war. For this the army would over a $7,300,000 wage in- hinder our full apprehension of the
,..p:. Magnosia mako a remarkable differenco. With1Vt require 1,250,000 recruits and the crease ordered by the board.ii grace of God. Shall we then give What a difference good bowel

;;.;--']0;,,,' the texture Denton of Magic your skin Minor bocomosmootherdayby you can actually tooth navy 500,000. ---. up in discouragement? No. The habits can make!To keep food

,> '., day.Imperfections ere wasted clean.Wrinkles ;r. man believed right through the wastes soft and moving
r. [ it Denton'a Morgan Defies F. D. R. barrier 'of unhearing ears and many
brought a
has you entirely now ekin loveliness. doctors recommend Nujol.
t-' Armed Peace: No Alliances PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT ordered speechless tongue. We can do like-

EXTRAORDINARY Saves You Money OFFER AMERICA must pursue its quest' Chairman Arthur E. Morgan wise by the grace of God. INSIST ON GENUINE NUJOL

. Ton can try Denton'. Facial Magnosia on the peace, but must follow of the Tennessee Valley Authority III. Faith Rewarded. Copr.1337.Stuwo Ino.
most liberal offer we have over made-good for: to recant
a few weeks only.Wo will send you a full 12 os.-r a policy of arming for protec- charges againsthis 1. By deliverance from the devil.
bottlo(retail price$1)plus a regular sized box tion of its rights against "interna colleagues or face suspensionor The woman's daughter was set free Add Not Another FaultIf
of famous MUnoeia
Wafers (known throughout
ouster but Mr. chal-
the the tional lawlessness. Morgan you see a fault in others,
country as original Milk of Magnesia because of her faith. Men and women -
c r tablets)), plus tho Denton Magic Mirror (shows So declared Secretary lenged the President's powers to around us need to be delivered think of two of your own, and do
what skin all for
you your specialist sees) i
c only$11 I Don't miss out on this remarkable offer. of State Cordell, r remove him and said flatly that he from the deviL Perhaps you who not add a third one bY'your hasty
Write today. Hull in an exposition would not resign. judgment.-Flamner.
read these lines are in need of such
; Df America's foreign The chairman asserted: deliverance. "Believe on the Lord

DENTON'S policy and a discussion "I challenge this action by the Jesus Christ, and thou shalt be

of all aspects of President and deny his right to remove saved, and thy house" (Acts 16:31).
Facial MagnesiaSELECT the world situation.He s or suspend me. I stand on
2. By deliverance from personal
,, spoke at the Na- that. If I sum up my attitude I can
limitations. The man's "ears os'wi
tional Press club in > say that I do not choose to run
and he
I opened spake plain"v.
Washington and his ..
4402-23rd St., W;: away.
( 35). What is the unfortunatetrait
t LongUlandCityN.Y. U address was broad- He then took a train for Yellow
of the of
personality handicap
Enclosed find$1 U cast over the land Springs, Ohio, for a visit with ,
t (cash or stamps) Secy. :Hull body or mind that holds you back
t for which send me yourt I and to other nations friends.
from Christ Saviour
; peolal introductory by radio.In Morgan told newspaper men he accepting as ,
combination. having done from the full and
CName. or so
brief, he set forth a policy of has obtained legal advice on his
peace, no alliances, collaborationwith conflict with the President. At the free development of your spirituallife Ky

, : ..___...__.__._______...._ a peaceful nations, military pre- same time it was learned Mr. ? Faith in Christ cuts right C U

# : Street Adche........__________ U paredness, and opposition to the Rooseyelt'.l ncovered -law under through the hindering inability. He
said to Paul, "My grace is sufficientfor
"seclusionist" viewpoint."It which advisers assured him
he is
1 ,
thee for strength is made
I. :
" ..ww.r.rw.wrrwwrw.w.rersyt is my considered judgment empowered to oust the chairman. perfect in weakness.my "






The Clewiston News up $10 or $15 once a year. Glade, over Dr. J. W. Ezelle (261, ship Flight: '

We need a road and we send Clewiston, 5 and 3; and Mrs.!! O. G. O. G. McWhorter (4) vs Lou

-- delegation after delegation urging McWhorter (24)), Belle Glade, ov- Betzner ((8).
Published every Friday in Clewiston,,, the construction of the road. The er her fellow-townsman H. J. Har- Tom Shelley (4) vs (Winner

Florida, by tho CLEWISTON NEWS department says, yes, yes, we know ris ((26) 3 and 2. Wells-Duff match). FLORIDA

Inc. you need the road, we know we Losers in both the "A" and "B"I W. C. Owen (12)) vs E. M. Van .

I should build the road, but we haveno sections of the championship flight Landingham (8)).

KI3ATnM3T BOWDDX, Editor I money to build with-and thereis will make up the second flight and' John Thomas (8) vs Emmett

no reply to that. third flight losers drop into the Shelley (4)).

Entered as second class mall matter I fourth flight. Play in both these Louis Gold (]*4) vs J. F. Curry (;) f1rrn1
February 1. 1927, at the Post In: NOTES
east CO3OflJXITY new flights started Monday. (20).
under of
C'lewistoH, Florida, "WRiJ
I March 3, 1897.Subscription. I First Round Results: H. C. VanLandingham (17) vs <
i I The young people of the Community .
Church in Clewiston will Championship "A" Flight Mrs. F. D. Duff ((15).
O. G. McWhorter (4)) beat Dr. Robert Creech (16) vs E. E. Kel-
$Z.OO Per Ycnr. UiI
Irate be in charge of the services next RJ;
Advertising Rate On Application. I '''. J. White (14)) by default. ly (18).
fort r-fiYJ.
Sunday evening at seven Lou Betzner (8)) beat E. G. Kil- Bill McCracken (16) vs Ralph
The junior choir will sing. Miss
I patrick (14) 4 and 3. Kirk (14)).
Devoted to the advancement and wel- Muriel Merriam of Lake Harbor
Arthur Wells (8) and F. D. Duff Second Round Pairings, Third
fare of Clewiston and Hendry County.RAMBLINGS
will be guest soloist and will ,sing,I JLm'v
(12)) tied at 18 holes. Flight:
"The Beautiful Garden of Prayer. (
Tom Shelley (4)) beat H. R. Hall John Hooker (20) vs Mrs. O.

.:..:...:..:..:..:. ..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..>+:..:..:..,.:..:-:..:-:..:..:. Sunday morning Mrs. George Royal (12) 6 and 4. G. McWhorter (24).
will bring her class from Lake Har-
W. C. Owen (12) beat' Larry Bud Vaughn (23)) vs Dave Als-
bor Sunday school to visit the class
Nash (4)) 4 and 3. ton (21)) .
of Mrs. J. W. Ezelle. The speaker I
'' E. M. VanLandingham (8)) beatV. H. J. Stein (26) vs Mrs. Mildred
will be the Rev.
Sunday evening '
.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.(..:..:..:..:..:..:+:..:..:.:..:. Alexander Linn of Lakeland, the'I' C. Denton (8)) 5 and 4. McCracken (24)
John Thomas ((8) beat John Mrs. H. J. Stein ((30) vs J. B.

Somebody said that in Florida subject of his illustrated sermon- Harris (8)) 6 and 5. Jones (21). Stop at the
lecture will be, "From :Sea to Shin-
cople's arms are much longer cordially Emmett Shelley ((4) beat K. First Round Pairings, Second

fcin in other sections, because we ing Sea."' The public is very Bowden ((13)) 2 and 1. Flight: tlotet Patricia
in the
,.. invited to worship
r-oh them so much telling fish I Championship "B" Flight Dr. W. J. White (14) vs E. G.
I Community Church.
':ies. Louis Gold (14) beat Luther Kilpatrick (14).

Gratton George didn't have to Jones (17) 3 and 2 (27 holes). H. R. Hall (12) vs (Loser Wells- 312 S. E. SECOND ,AVENUE i
Hall will have charge of
stretch' his to describe the robalohe Jimmy J. F. Curry ((20)) beat Gray Van Duff match). I
the Christian Endeavor meeting
caught Sunday morning at Or- Landingham ((20)) 1 up. Larry Nash (4) vs V. C. Denton
at eight o'clock. Ml Outside Rooms With
tona Locks. It was a 25 pound H. C. VanLandingham ((17)) beat I (8).
I The people of the commun- Bath
fish, and we saw it with our own j young Dick Bowman (17)) by default. John Harris (8) vs K. Bowden Private
invited to attend the meet-
eyes and can testify to it. Gratton ity are Mrs. F. D. Duff (15)) beat W. (13). COOL, CLEAN, QUIET .r)
aid it put up a pretty fight, and ''C. Owen, Jr., (17) 2 up. Luther Jones (17) vs Gray Van

no one doubted the story. Robert Creech (16)' beat EdWard Landingham (20)). Overlooking Biscayne Bay
evening of next week,
I In salt water a 25-pound robalois Monday I ((18)) 1 up. Dick Bowman (17) vs W. C.

a rare event, though even larg- April ,4, the Rev. Alexander Linn E.. E. Kelly ((18) beat Frank Owen, Jr., (17)). Two blocks to Shops. Theatre and
will conduct special
of Lakeland a
"I' ones have been brought to' land service in the church in Lake Har-I i, Hobson (20) by default. Ed Ward ((18) vs Frank Hob- Business Section.

rom the ocean. In fresh water, forty-five. Mr. Linn Bill McCracken (16) beat W., C. son (20)).
bor at
however, we seldom get them more seven Illustrated Prewitt (17)) by default. W. C. Prewitt (17) vs C. V. RATES I
will deliver an sermon-
Than 10 or 12 pounds, and this Ralph Kirk (14) beat C. V. Parkinson (17)). I
: lecture and the public is cordially \
:!"i! pounder breaks all records of I invited to attend. Parkinson ((17)) 1 up. First Round Pairings, Fourth $1.50 Single

which we have heard. I Next morning, April 4, Third Flight flight:
Monday John Hooker ((20) beat W. H. W. H. Lair (26) vs H. J. Har $2.50 Double
I there will be a meeting of minis- ,
'Lair 9 and 7. ris (26)).
Along with the story of the big in ((26)
ters in the Community Church'
I Mrs. O. G. McWhorter (24) beatH. Louis Salmonte (26) vs Mrs. S. Special Family, Weekly &
fi h comes a couple of examples Belle Glade at eleven o'clock. Fol-
J. Harris (26) 3 and 2. W. Houser (80)). Monthly RatesS.
or Florida's fast vanishing fron- lowing the business meeting there
Bud Vaughn (23))) beat Louis Owen Winn (21) vs W. R. Dickinson
n'tr.-the wild and wooly Ever-j I will be a luncheon and all of the D. McCREARY, Proprietor
Salmonte (26)) 7 and 6. (26) .
"'ades. Cane-cutters on one ministers of all denominations in
I Dave Alston (21) beat Mrs. S. Dr. J. W. Ezelle ((26) vs Mrs
wnsite fields are said to .have Canal Point, Belle Glade, South
(30) 6 and 5. W. C. Owen (28)).
chased a bear out of the dense Bay, Lake Harbor, Clewiston, Pa- I ,
Stein (26) beat Owen
'"owth as they wielded their hokee, and Moore Haven, are invited H.' J.
5 and 3 (36 holes).
nives. We didn't see the bear, to be present. The purposeof Winn' (21)
Mrs. Mildred McCracken (24) ; -= =- : : : :;. :-;'f.-:;_ ia .
hut knowing the territory as we the meeting is to endeavor to ':'..;' i
R. Dickinson (26) 2 up.
do, we know that bears are pos- form an organization: of the ministers beat W. I I
sibilities, even if not probabilities. in this part of Florida to I Mrs. H J. Stein (30) beat Dr. fl I If
J. W. Ezelle (26)) 5 and 3. II .r
The bear, incidentally, wasted no promote good fellowship among Mrs
(21) beat W.
Jones (
time lingering In the neighborhood.He the clergy as well as among the J. B.

struck out for the tall and un- I various churches. I C. Owen (28) 1 up. ,I
I.I Second Round Pairings, Champion-
out as fast as possible, and was

probably as terrified of the cane- 117 First- I, '\

cutters as they were of him. "OH ItIPItISi iTATIVC' IS

announcement for
In making my
(Continued From Page One)
Continuing with the lesson in re-election to tho House of Repre-

natural history, there comes to They played in the third flight. sentatives to the from Democratic Hendry County Primary, subject of- r

mind the story of the wildcat Another close match in that sec- May 3, I wish to state that if I aai

which crossed the golf course in tion found Mrs. W. C. Owen (28)of re-elected I will continue my efforts.
benefit of the County.I
for the
the path of some of the caddies Clewiston losing to J. B. Jones I am particularly interested In the

last week. Another terrified ani- (21) of Belle Glade, 1 down on I welfare of tIre Public Schools, and IY
the completion of Road building pro-
mal, which longed for the depthof the home green. jects now under construction, care ol ': j.

the forest, and was slightly out Ralph Kirk (14), Belle Glade, the aged the or county any other and matter its citizens.con- ,:, -

of his accustomed haunts on ,the won a hot match from C. V. Park- cerning I shall appreciate the support and

wide open spaces of the golf inson (17) ; Clewiston, 1 up, and Influence, of every citizen and voter.
course. J Gray VanLandingham (20) of Elbert L. Stewart.

JI I Belle Glade went down to J. F. I (Paid Pol. Adv.)

The Audobon society has discov- Curry (20), Clewiston, by the same
score. (14)
ered another large flock of rare pahokee.1 District No.1. He miry County
forced to 27 holes
birds-this time, the lovely roseate
spoonbill which inhabits salt marshes Luther Jones (17)), Belle Glade, 3 j, This will announce my candidacyfor
and 2. Another tight one in the re-election to the office of Coun-
near Fort Myers. There's no ty Commissioner from District No.
mistaking these rare birds for their championship flight was the Rob- 1, Hendry county, subject to the ,, SI Y
ert Creech ((16) Ed Ward (18) affair Democratic primary.. May 3rd.. tyl +.
coloring and spoon-shaped bill Your
are My record is my platform.
Creech nosing out the will be appreciated.
unique. A few vote
years ago we saw
two pink heron on the flatwoods ton entry 1 up. CleWIS-j D. G. Alston. ffi

between Moore Haven and Lake- The feminine contingent (Paid Pol,, Adv.)

admirably under first-round firing,
port. woods of this section area
four of the six entries winning and FOR, SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER
delight to nature lovers. ,Clevcinton Dlntrlct
two passing into lower .flights. The

Up in that same section above 'winners were Mildred t McCracken I am a candidate- for the Hendry
(24))' of Clewiston over W. R. Dick- County Doard of Public Instruction k
Moore Haven is a game reserve that from the Clewiston district, subjectto
has been opened under special reg- inson (26)) Belle Glade, 2 up; Mrs. the Democratic primary in May.
F. D. Duff (15)), iClewiston, over Your vote and active support will
ulations for the of -
killing .deer in be appreciated.
W. G. Owen, Jr., (17) Clewiston,
the campaign to'rid the state of I C. E. Miner.
tick-infested animals. Richard Yo- 2 up; Mrs. H. J. Stein (30) Belle (Paid Pol. :Adv.) .

der and a party of hunters killed

a 120 pound buck there last week, I 1

the first reported killed under the

restricted hunting. Somehow, hunt- BELLE GLADE

ing deer doesn't seem suitable this

time of year. It takes cold, moonlight -

..nights, and a big campfire to:

make a real deer hunt.

At last, it seems that the timo .

has come when a vast majority of
Pd. Political Adv.
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the people of Florida realize that
road : : ., .; < i
building can only continue ,R1.r> 1 ; <,K';{ ,
when funds are provided the state ,

road department with which to '.0) : .

build roads. We are- beginning to .: ?,7-

realize, also, that the gasoline tax Henry L. Waiiford APRIL \
and automobile license fee will not

build roads as long as they are rli- OF SARASOTA

ve'ted to other uses. The sales tax [ Candidate fot>

for ms nearer and nearer, and the

horror with which many people ,:

have anticipated it, will greatly F ;; STATEATTORNEY '

exceed their inconvenience when it I 5th. thru 9thm

becomes, a reality. The average au-

tomobile owner pays several timesas ,

much gasoline tax as he doe Of the 12th Judicial Circuit-. -- -

license tag fee each year, but you

don't hear them growling about it 51 jc ': will appreciate sincerely your

all the time. It is evidently easierfor ? r:$ support and vote in the Demo-
us to dig down in our pockets
for 70 cents (the tax on 10 gal I A Vigorous midSuiecKsful cratic' Primary of .May 3, 1938.
1'roHea tor (Paid Political Adv.)
Ions of '
gasoline) every time we ,
till our tank W > -
than it Is to dig
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I Mrs. Werner Amrein returned to Mrs. Keathley Bowden a vase for Character Is Like a FenceA i I I Movement of,"Praying Palm" '

) her home in Jacksonville Sunday consolation. person's character is like a Daily movement of the foliage of
after visiting her husband here Candle salad, -an iced drink and fence. It cannot be strengthened by I 'praying palm" of the orient is I

[ Personals ] for several days. Miss Eunice Mer- cup cakes were served by Mrs. Lanier white-wash. I caused by changes in temperature. '

edith accompanied her and is vis- to Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mrs.' H. i :

iting her sister, Mrs. R. H. Rowan. R. ,Hall, Mrs. T. B. Shelley, Mrs.
I. M. Pafford, Mrs. M. E. Yena-

wine, Mrs W. W. Perry, Mrs. Bow-
Miss Beth Nail visited friends in Miss Lois Price spent the week-
Pahokee the weekend.Mr. den and Mrs. Thomas.
over end visiting friends in Okeechobee.Miss

Winnie Mae Vickers of Pa-
and Mrs. M. E. VonMach hokee accompanied her to Okee- ;J7 {1'4-, Y INVESTMENT Qt
and Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Smith were chobee and returned to Clewistonfor
week-end visitors in Miami. a visit with her.
Employees of the commissary!; department yrf 2r
i, tkr ,
i of the United States Sugar G
H. N. Marsh of Tampa was a I Rev. and Mrs. Forest C. Taylor v '7 ssooayf
Corporation were guestsat O
business visitor in Clewiston Tues- made a business trip to Moore
a barbecue given by the Turner
Haven Saturday afternoon. They
day. ,
Produce Company of Arcadia Sun-
were accompanied by Barbara
: day.. .Barbecued lamb, pork and
Mrs. Mattie Berner of Soperton, Broadfoot, Annie Pafford. and Mar- beef were served at a delightful ".. ,
Georgia, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. ianne Jones. '!
picnic spot on Peace River near
Ed Collins this week. Arcadia. (1 rAfter "WoottJ 'Dividen sOoddj":
Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Schroederhad ;'
dinner, the group enjoyedthe
Mrs. W. C. Hooker made a busi- as their guests on Sunday Mr. baseball game between the if,

ness trip to West Palm Beach Schroeder's father and sister, C. Louisville Colonels and the Syracuse OUR CURRENT Although Sonny is a bit young to

Thursday E. Schroeder'and Mrs. W. S. Beach team. DIVIDEND appreciate dividends his mother and
and the latter's daughter, Miss ,
The guests included Mr. and RATE ON
Emily Beach, of Stuart. dad know how important it is that
Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Mutrix were. Mrs. Henry C. Kolstad and son, SAVINGSACCOUNTS

business visitors in Belle Glade Miss Mary Moore, who was a Kim, Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Ward, SHAPE their savings are safe at work and

this morning. patient in Lee Memorial Hospital Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lyles and son, earning liberal dividends here.- In

I in Fort Myers for several' days fol- Thomas Earle, Martin Oliver, Jack MS% 4 <7o

Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Mills and lowing an appendectomy, has re- Kinsey, Olin Waters, Mr. and Mrs. J, ......v.. fact, these dividends will help pay ,
sons, Gene and Solon, were visit- turned home and is recuperating: Francis Stokes, Judson Francis, no. for Sonny's education.

ors in Fort Myers Sunday.A. nicely. I Roy W'aldron' Miss Mildred Ward, ,
(' :
-- Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Richaud, Miss

Hazel Prince, Captain Rush, Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. Ivey M. Pafford
P. and T. C. I
Beery Musgravewere and daughters, Anne and Kay, left and Mrs. A. B. Mathis and D. A. C'ewiston Federal -
Friday visitors in West Palm Saving
McGeachey.IS .
/Beach. Thursday morning to spend a few

f, days in Tampa, and St. Petersburg.
They wil visit Dr. and Mrs. D. J. and Loan Association
Mr. and Mrs. L.. A. Turner, Mrs. Williams in Punta Gorda on their YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID?I II
J. G. Niblack and Mrs. M. J. return trip. I

Hirsch spent Monday in Miami. I -------- '
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Mrs. C. W. McDonald of Belle L ...
Jack Kinsey was a recent visitor Glade and her mother, Mrs. J. E. \ '

to his former home, in .Inver Reddish of Orlando, who is vis-!

i I ness. iting her, were in Clewiston Monday .
t I
and visited L. C. Reddish and 1

Mrs. C. E. Lear visited friends family.

in West Palm Beach a few, days
this week B. J. Benson, who was taken <.o : 1 HATCH"S 1 Great

I- Good Samaritan Hospital in West .
Palm Beach Saturday for medical
Mrs. D. C. Settle and Mrs. C. H.'I' .
I treatment, has sufficiently recov-
' Settle of Moore Haven were Tues-
ered that he has gone to his homein
day ,visitors in Clew/ston.
Daytona Beach for a rest be-
fore returning to his duities with
Miss Mildred Ward spent theweekend the U. S. Engineer office here.
in Canal Point as guestof

Mr. and Mrs. Francis Stokes. i iI I I Miss Mildred Rober of Lake L
Worth was a visitor at the manse } March. thru
Mr. and Mrs.. C. D. Bever of this week, being a special friendof ;. : .

Fort Myers were Monday visitorsin Rev. and Mrs. Forest C. Taylor. \

Clewiston. She was with a party of friendsI : 31st ,;',.' '_. ,, :, ,.- < noos'<:'-x= : A plrf/M
i : > N" : .l-J.
I I I: from Lake Worth J and Pennsylvania .,' : .: /n:M ">.::..;:, I
Mrs. C. A. Robert of LaBelle who visited the, United. States

and Mrs. John Elmore of Alva were I Sugar corporation's sugar. house
recent visitors in Clewiston. while here.

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Mr. and Mrs.' Gordon fij:}: {nfyv: 'ti { i,'?;,, rr
Mobley Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Miller o 'K y tr
were :: $.. ; ?:%r JN' ri A """} 'y
spent the week-end with relativesin called to Mayport Saturday, by the J n 7 jr. ; ;L.r},.}} ils''
rv::rr v:
Orlando. I death of Mrs. Miller's father, Edward I ra4:a

I Edwards, which occurred .suddenly '
Carl Johnson and Charles Della -
at his home Saturday
.. JIls
son spent the week-end visiting ing. Funeral services were held ..,.. ,...,.. ., -

'-.' Fort Mr. and Myers.Mrs. Keith Hartsfield Sunday Presbyterian afternoon Church in with the Rev.Mayport E. .,if j.1. l tM w, ,,'. ,' "" .1 I tj :;:;;' '*&.' !" ,/" :'> -

-X 4
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W" Way, pastor, officiating. Mr. r. ** '! 'rK N **->ts *' *T5J> !?*v-xT ::':',p YrJ J : : .....
Mrs. Glen Etherton returned, r :: 1 C: fttJr 'f} "
Edwards marine
a engineer, was .
Sunday from a three weeks' visit I I i : Ir.t: J: "'''' :_'''''''':'':' .,- :':::'I' ':::) j' :

with her mother, Mrs. F. R. Max- a pioneer resident of Mayport.Rev. i ;i?,. '.?+,..,,?, ?r,?,.,. i':; fi i'' _: I: };:. ;)' _

well in Miami. Francis Morton Fox, D. D., 7 "' : .
; > J.Tht and Mrs. Fox of West Palm Beach !
Mrs. W. F. Simpson of Okee- Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Greer and tfrJjo f ;

chobee and '''Mrs. Fred A. Flandersof 1 Mr. and Mrs. John Taws of Philadelphia :; : s.
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Moore Haven were business vis- were in Clewiston this 4. ; ,,; :
itors in Clewiston Monday. I week calling on Rev. and Mrs. Forest \

C. Taylor at the manse on Royal J. ; ir. ;t ll'lp' <*!tN "'H 451j, t ij# h
Mr. and Mrs. Stafford B. Beach Palm Avenue. Dr.. Fox is the r'J&tktf f '

and sons, Sandy and Teddy, of present Moderator of the Synodof pY.i) S --'"'** ix.4r:.: t: ?
WH: rx
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.I\ Palm Beach, were week-end guestsof Florida, Presbyterian Church, r% ',.:..,,,, \
Mr. and Mrs. F. Deane Duff.G. U. S. A. '

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:: ) Corner' Clematis
B. Thomas, who is employed\ \ ARNOLD HONOR GUESTAT ON" and Olive Streets
at Canal Point, spent the weekendin BRIDGE LUNCHEON MONDAYMrs.

: Clewiston with Mrs. Thomas and -

J Mary Louise. Herman Scharnberg was. PRICES( are touching the extreme low point of the year atHatch's

hostess at a delightful bridge
Mrs. Max L. Arnold will leave luncheon Monday honoring Mis. ANNUAL SALE our only STOREWIDE saleS

tomorrow for her home in Stock- M. L. Arnold, who leaves tomor- of the year. Aside from the features we are spotlightingdaily
ton, Utah, after a pleasant visit of row for her home in Stockton,

a month with her parents, Mr. and Utah, after a month's visit here. r EVERYTHING IN THE STORE will be sold at.a reduc-

Mrs. Fred Henricksen. Following the chop suey lunch
eon, four tables of bridge were in tion varying from 15 to 50%, with the exception of a few -

Mrs. G. A. Yon, Mrs. M. E, Yen-
play. Mrs. Claude Downs receiveda
advertised items which have control. All
nationally over we
; awine and Mrs. M. E. VonMach lace scarf as high prize, Mrs. W. .

were among the Clewiston shoppers C. Prewitt a lovely picture as sec-
fresh, wanted merchandise at mighty savings and in time for:
I in West Palm Beach this ond high, and Mrs. Fred Henricksen -

';; week. a set of crocheted potholdersfor Easter! Plan now to come to West Palm Beach to attend this

low score. Mrs. Arnold was given -
Joe Scott, general sales manager. a pretty luncheon prize as me- event! It will repay you many times over '

of H. Blothsteln, Incorporated,, mento of the party.

Philadelphia, was in Clewiston sev The guests included Mrs. Arnold

eral days this week in the interest Mrs. Fred Henricksen, Mrs. R. Y. Our staff
Extra Salespeople to help regular
; ipf the tomato crop from this area, PattersQn, Miss Jean Patterson, ; you.
Tr Mrs. B. A. Bourne, Mrs. H. A. I ;" will be more than doubled!

Mr. and Mrs. Claud Cornette and l Bestor, Mrs. F. Deane Duff, Mrs

two sons have returned to theii. E. P....Mutrux, Mrs. Frank M. Rod- .,; Cool comfortable air-conditioned shoppingl
; home in Greenville, Kentucky, after riguez, Mrs. Claude Downs, Mrs. I (
a week's visit with Mr. and E. C. Mills, Mrs. F. M. Wright, !
f. Mrs. E. M. Cornette and family. Mrs. O. F. Schiffli. Mrs. W. C. Ow-
Because of extreme'reductions, all sales must be considered
--:-- en, Mrs. W. C. Prewitt and Mrs. E.
. 't"; Miss Jean Patterson, who ha;s Elliott. FINAL., No telephone or mail orders can be accepted. No re- .' '

spent "the past few months herEwith i funds, C. O. D.'s or Exchanges.FRJD .
her brother, R. Y. Pattersor MRS. fi. n. 'l'H.O liS'IXS

and family, left Tuesday for he]r HIGH SCORE AT BRIDGE :
home in Washington. Mrs. G. B. Thomas received a

--- lovely; china toast rack as high H -

Mrs. G. E. Wenzloff, of Miami, score prize at the Wednesday; af- .
who is visiting her mother ii 1 ternopn bridge club which met with I ..... I
Okeechobee for several weeksE Mrs. W. H. Lanier as .hostess this r... "'\, I

> the week-end. .. ." .here. I with' ... .he:r week. Mrs. W. W.' Perry receiver ;

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Comes a New and Fhier Gainesville 7 on Offering Various Information Subjects


1. Which of our states has only one city (Wilmington) with a pop-
three counties? ulation of over 100,000. '
2. What is the record made in 2. The recognized record for circling -

the major baseball leagues for circling the bases is 13.4 seconds,
4a .
the bases? the
I made by Evar 'Swanson of
\ .7:. '' "C Y6'MG \J '7i a .;R" 'l r.J C"F, 3. When was paper money first Cincinnati Reds, September 15,

a J ,',,.." :. issued in this country? 1929.
,jf% 4. Why is the stage referred to 3. In 1690 by the MassachusettsBay
as the legitimate stage? .colony., It was gradually issued -
1 jl 5. Were any decisive battles by other colonies until in

/....' ,' fought on German soil during the general use' by all.

IS" dewa r } A .t" / '\,t World war? 4. It is so called in the sense of

f z.AFT L\ The Answers its being normal, regular, con-
formable to a recognized standard
{; h} rrF'3tka 1. The state of Delaware has type.
only three counties. It has onlHOWto 5. No.signing.

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<<" : ;? : E THIS pink and white chintz /
apron with pink gingham frills / 9 QV
Gainesville Hails should inspire anyone' to make '-j 1 '

long strides towards the kitchen.It .
Nation's ChiefExecutive is easy to cut. The material / u 1 "
required is \Vz yards of 36-inch-
wide chintz or cotton print 'and
one yard of plain material. -

For the skirt of the apron, cuta ._ __. ,-,'Arir.A' '! ,
BY ROBERT O'KELLEY piece of paper or cloth 27 inches

Through Lanier's immortal val- wide and 23 inches deep. Fold ; fabric repairing; novelty

\eys of Hall treked thousands last this lengthwise through the cen- gifts and dress accessories. Forty-

Wednesday to the Queen City of ter, as at A, 'then measure down eight pages of step-by-step direc-
the Mountains to from the top of the fold and, in tions. Available to readers who
tribute to
pay a
from the corners-the distances indicated will send name and address and
people who had"rebuilt a city "along in the diagram and mark enclose 25 cents (coin preferred).

sounder lines, and chief among the dots. Using the dots as a Just address Mrs. Spears, 210 So.
them was the president of the
guide, mark the outline of the Desplaines St., Chicago.A .
United States who smiled his famous -
apron skirt as you see it in the
smile and praised a fine diagram. The dimensions for
} 'y cA k.
I people for their "courage" and unselfish shaping the bib are given in the Splendid "Service"

co-operation. tEr7 diagram at B. The pocket is a Floors
\ for
The occasion was the dedicationof
f 5-inch with lower
s in x ;, square corners
Roosevelt Square} the centerpiece rounded as shown here at C. The Floors receive rougher treat-

of the New Gainesville, Gor- r kti ? rZ'v ; apron ties are cut 6 inches wide ment than any other part of the
gia. rebuilt from the ruins left in and 36 inches long. The strip for home-and it is floors that show

the wake of Georgia's most horrible ,' the belt should be cut 2% inches up to poorest advantage when

tornado disaster less than two a'a rff j. y wide, and a facing 'strip the same neglected st advantage, when
years ago. a width should be cut for it. The properly cared for! Up to- now,

The President > A f I.r shoulder straps are cut 4 inches attractive floors have requiredsome
Speaks : JYv wide and then creased lengthwise little time and attention, but
"This celebration, the, outwardand through the center. this is no longer necessary. For

visible commemoration of the The strips of the plain materialfor into the field of domestic prepara-
re-birth of Gainesville, is more thana the ruffles are cut 6 inches tions has come "selfpolishingwax"liquidsmooth
symbol of the fine courage which : wide. The ruffle material beforeit simple to

has made it possible for the city to is gathered should be 2Vz times apply, lovely to see. This remark-

come back after it was in great the length of the space it is to fill able preparation goes on easily,
part destroyed by the tornado of after gathering. Use the machine quickly, and dries in 20 minutes!
1936. hemmer foot shown here at the Its results are 4-fold: The floors

"These ceremonies touch the interest lower left for hemming the ruffles are protected-they are preservedthey
and life of the whole nation and the machine ruffler for gath- stay freshly-clean longer-
because they typify a citizenship ering them. and they are beautified! A quality

which is latent in the American ; \ ":;:&* i ; 1 NOTE: Mrs. Spears' latest book self-polishing wax protects and

character but which too often remains : '; itirr'n s; v '1 -Gifts and Embroidery numberis preserves, by forming a film over
quiescent and too seldom In the top photo is seen a smiling Roosevelt greeting a new Gaines now ready. Ninety embroidery the surface-hard enough to with-
expresses itself. ville and congratulating it on its rebuilding. Below-Albert Hardy, stitches are illustrated; also table stand friction and grinding wear-

"You were not content to clear Gainesville publisher, is inspecting the new Roosevelt monument situ- settings; crochet; embroidery de- and-tear. It induces floors to stay
ated in the public square and dedicated Wednesday to the President's clean longer, because dirt and
'away the debris which I myselfsaw
honor.-Photo Courtesy of The Atlanta Journal. grease cannot become imbeddedin
as I passed through Gaines-
TIPS the wood. It beautifies, because
ville a couple of days after the dis- beautiful than ever as the "Queen appeared at, the coach's platformand to it is shimmering, transparent -

aster.__ You were not content with City of the Mountains." waved to the crowd. The 21- and brings out the natural

rebuilding along the lines of the The celebration in Gainesville, gun salute 'came to an end and the GarddnersProtecting beauty of the wood. And what

old community. You were not con- like all large gatherings, drew its President came onto the platform.A more could the home-maker ask

tent with throwing yourselves on quota of venders who haranguedthe slow drizzling rain began as for? There are, however, various
the help which could be to
given people to buy their wares which the President was escorted to his qualities of self-polishing wax
you by your state and by the fed- available. the best shouldbe
ranged from balloons and climb- waiting car and the long parade Flowers
eral government."On the business and residen- used, for both the appearance'
ing monkeys to all the new-fangled EARLY flower pest
the contrary, you determinedin AN season and condition of the floors. But
tial section of Gainesville began.
gadgets that beset the marts today. leaf beetle, 'a chewing in-
the process of rebuilding to elim- the finest self-polishing wax is a
The rain lasted only a short time
Slightly more than a hundred feet is indicatedby
sect whose
inate old conditions of which use-its results
you joy to lasting a
from where the President spoke, and the tour of the city was fin- holes in the leaves. Found most
were not proud; to build a better joy to see!
city to a medicine show was in full selling ished in comfort.A often on alyssum, zinnia, mari- r
; congested areas I
with parks; to move human beings swing and enterprising youngsterswho short while later the President gold and annual phlox. Remedy: I I
from slums to suburbs. had fashioned improvised drink reached the Roosevelt Square Use stomach poisons in the formof :;.
"For this stands in front yards did a land speaking stand and the ceremonieswere sprays containing arsenicalsor ;
you, the citizens of
Gainesville, deserve all office business throughout the day. under way. pyrethrum.
possible "At long last the happy day is Snapdragon, aster, petunia and
praise. Crowd Awaits here," said Chairman Dunlap as verbena are the principal victimsof POLISH THEMSELVES

Picturesque Crowd President's ArrivalAll he introduced the Rev. Robert L. the cutworm, a chewing insect

Never before in the history of was in readiness at the rail- Russell, pastor of the First Meth- which cuts off plants at the
Georgia had such a crowd as this way station two hours before the odist Church, who delivered the in- ground. It should be combated, ...withO-CedarSelf-PolishingWax.
gathered with such a common purpose arrival of the President. The official vocation. says Gilbert Bentley, flower expert No rubbing-simply spread it on
let it -then watch
I or with so nearly the same cars were drawn up in line Governor Rivers of the Ferry Seed Institute, floors sparkle! Non-slippery,long-
feeling as did this crowd at Gaines- for the parade, military units stood Says Welcome"In by placing about a spoonful of poi- wearing-eliminates scrubbing-
bran bait around the base of
ville. Down from the mountains of ready and cavalry units had been the name of those who have son dusting alone keeps floors clean.
north i Georgia came the roughly stationed ,along the line of march each plant. Full e".
shared in the benefits of the gov- bother almost all the qt.,only 85
clad, hardy mountaineer mingling that had been roped off for the
ernment, the aged, the farmers, popular flowers except zinnia.
shoulder to shoulder and heart to parade. the home of the state '
owners They cause wilting, crumplingand .4i? : ,
heart with the polished gentry from For several minutes after the and on the part of our state that Is discoloration of the leaves.

, ;, the cities of the state as both stood train stopped at the depot the crowd for the President 100 per cent, I Spray or dust with pyrethrum or .L

together admiring the courage andindom'1table waited for the,President to appear. extend a heartfelt welcome, admiration nicotine sulphate. ,

spirit of a people who Meanwhile secret service men had and honor," so said, the Downy mildew shows up white
could, from the ashes of a fallen alighted and spread around the Governor of 'Georgia as he wel- all over a plant and discolors to

city, in two small years rebuild it President's coach at the rear of the comed the nations chief executiveto black, killing leaves and rotting t.from .
to stand more firmly and more train. Colonel Marvin McIntyre the state and to the celebration. I stems. Remedy: Dust regularly, ,
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and plays an important part in
c TO EAT 'regulating the neutrality of the
blood. It can be obtained from

whole grain cereals, eggs, dried
beans, cheese, lean meats, and
and WHY *
I root and leafy vegetables.

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Iron-King Pin of Them All
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# But measured in terms of food essen-
cPutrnqaac&i tials, iron is king pin of them all. It
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because it is necessary for the forma
Describes the Precious
i On December 6, 1936, a fourteen- tion of the hemoglobin or red pigmentin
_,l youngster sang Mimi in
year-old the blood. And it is hemoglobin
"La Boheme" opposite the great which carries purifying to
MINERAL SALTS oxygen every
) Martinelli at Chicago's Civic cell in the body. Recently it has been
Opera House. On December 7 all .
discovered that copper is required for
America acclaimed young Betty the proper utilization of iron.

Jaynes Betty Jaynes as a is singing now in Hollywood sensation. That You Must Have in Order to Build "Red blooded" is a term understood -

where .M-G-M executives predict by everyone to denote
Bones Sound Teeth health andstrength, and it is iron
big-things after the release other Strong ,. Healthy
makes red blooded. When
the us
first picture. Betty is taking
role of Kathie in a screen versionof Nerves, Rich Red BloodBy your children grow pale and list-
"The Student Prince." less, lose their pep and lack appetite -
i"1 C.. HOUSTON GOUDISS it is likely that they are

6,East 39th Street. New,York. starving for iron. If you become
short of breath and "pant" when
r .. YrY iI THE human body'is often compared to a machine, but it is going up hill, or upstairs, even

more wonderful, far more complex, than,the most intricate though there is nothing wrong

machine ever designed to run without stopping, dayin withyour ,heart' or lungs, the
I f fI \ti'J.;,:Y\r.) : Yp' .. '..rtfitN and day outfor, upwards of 70 yearsis also a fully equipped chances are that there is insuffi-
cient red pigment in the blood-
chemical laboratory. For if a chemist should grind a man to
not enough to take up an adequate
bits and analyze- the pieces- he?v supply of oxygen and carry it to
v would find at least 18 chemical the millions of cells throughoutthe
N Fe
fI : death. That is why an extra sup-
1 elements, and possibly tracesof ply of calcium is fed to patients body.
: Now sixteen, Betty lives like any other youngster off-stage, putting several others.In just before an operation. There is no excuse for cheating
: her feet on the family overstuffed chairs and doing her homework on the yourself or your children of a full
I addition to oxygen, carbon, of iron for this mineralcan
i :parlor rug. Her father died shortly before the "La Boheme" debut; now measure ,
: her mother, two sisters and a brother live with her in Hollywood. hydrogen and nitrogen the body Calcium Builds Will Power easily be obtained from liver,
contains a wide variety of mineral egg yolk, whole 'grain cereals, mo-
materials, which are, to There is a close relationship be-
necessary lasses, dried fruits, dried peas and
its proper func-tioning-and even tween calcium and sound, healthy beans, nuts, Jean meats and green
to life,, ,itself. _The list includes_ nerves. And this precious substance vegetables.
i r yf f it + calcium, '''phosphorus, potassium, likewise helps us to ,con- *

sulphur, sodium, chlorine, magne- centrate mentally-it. strengthensour
.f' sium, iron, manganese, iodine and will power-and assists us in Iodine-Molder of Men
9g/w copper. All these substances must acquiring that "do or die" attitude Almost everyone has heard that
pr" be furnished to the growing child toward life, which is essential in an iodine is the mineral which helpsto
-through food and drink-and age when ,we must all struggle or prevent that disfiguring en-

r. ) S v l' vy'i :i generous amounts must also be go under. largement of the neck, known as
: supplied daily in the diet of adults, Yet despite its importance, it is simple goiter. But few people re-
,irs j' to replace the minerals that are estimated by that outstanding authority alize that it is the principal con-
constantly 'being used up. Henry C. Sherman, Pro- stituent of '''thyroxin, secretion of
fessor of Nutrition at Teachers the thyroid gland, and that the
I ,* College, Columbia University, that thyroid functions normally only
i' one-half of the American people- when sufficient iodine'is available.A .
Minerals Necessary to LifeIt even those with plenty of moneyare -
wide variety of physiological
is vitally important that the homemaker literally starving for calcium, disorders have been laid to iodine
because they do not know the food
i should understand the function hunger. Obesity is frequently the
of this vitally important ,
I of these various salts and where they sources result of thyroid disturbance. And
[ can be found. For if certain mineralsare competent authorities claim that
/. r rJ'4 f, i r:rrr r6S r y I I lacking in the body, the heart will the thyroid likewise influences

stop beating. Without'others, the bones Where to Obtain CalciumThe mental makeup.and emotional
tendencies. .
cannot form properly. Still others are foremost sources of calciumare
responsible for the rich red blood that milk and cheese, which is Iodine is found chiefly in sea-
makes the difference between a healthy milk in concentrated form. It is food and in fruits and vegetables
grown near the sea. In inland
chiefly to provide adequate cal-
person a sickly one. Laboratory
cium that homemakers must follow regions, where soil and water are
experiments have proved that if you poor in iodine, health authorities
the rule of a quart of milk
leave out the smallest trace of the frequently add it to the drinking
t' //rwl / r daily for every child, and a pint
mineral known as manganese, you destroy for each adult.Vegetables .' water. And the use of iodized salt

the love 0a mother for her such as spinach, let- is also recommended. By these

The mailman who calls at her Beverly Hills English cottage likes I child. And nutritionists-but unfortunately tuce, celery, asparagus, string simple measures, thousands of
(Betty Jaynes' blonde hair and blue eyes. Southern California sunshine I not mothers-are well aware beans, cabbage, carrots and cauli- growing children can be saved
I Jis': tanning the complexion which has known a lifetime of Chicago atmos- that less than a thousandth of an ounce flower are also a good supple- from the disastrous results of iodine -

jphere. But this young lady will not be turned away from her rightful of iodine makes all the difference between mentary source of calcium. And deficiency.In .
:place on the screen and opera stage by Hollywood's glamour. some fruits, such as oranges, figs, general, it can be said that if
a normal man and an ,imbecile.
strawberries and bananas like- the minerals calcium, phosphorus,
NM:{ NMYMkI iron and iodine supplied in
wise amounts. are
'supply significant
;7'g 'adequate amounts, the other min-
Calcium-Captain of Minerals Indispensable PhosphorusLike erals will. be automatically fur-

Calcium deserves its ranking calcium, phosphorus is, required nished.
by the body in relatively But homemaker should makeit
position as the captain of the min- I every
large amounts, and like calcium,
erals, because it builds the bones, her solemn responsibility to provide
or body framework. And the bony it is especially important in. the these four in abundance. For only in
diet of children, because it is deposited -
that insure optimal growthin
skeleton is to the human' being way can you
what steel is to a building. Cal- in the bones, along with children, develop vigorous health in

: ..rte'Y cium is also the chief constituentof calcium, as calcium phosphate. adults, and maintain the highest pos
Phosphorus is indispensable for
the teeth'and' upon healthy sible tone of every organ in'the body.
all the'active tissues in the body
WNU-C.Houston Goudlss-1938.
teeth rests the health of the diges-
1 tive system and,. in turri, the en-
tire body. For food that is improp-

( ''!1i n?Y ; erly masticated is imperfectly di- r CATCH COLD r F s, COLDS HANG ON j
gested and fails to nourish prop- ,

/ /4 erly.About EASILY ? AND ON ? :'
i c I 99 per cent of the calciumin s

the body is found in the teeth '
and bones. If. the body does not i I
receive an adequate supply of this V VAPORUBihelps
mineral in pfc-natal life and dur-
ing the growing years, the bones helps prevent : end a "7 T

will be porous, distorted and eas- colds cold quicker
ily broken, and the teeth will develop many
cavities and eventually may ion
fall out. i

In addition to being the princi- EC &
pal material for making and full details of the Plan in each Vicks Packagt .

maintaining the bones and teeth,
calcium increases the strengthand

The cameraman who visits Betty's home on Thursday night (maid'snight pulsations of the heart and
off) will probably find this versatile youngster scrambling eggs for helps the blood coagulate in case I t I @

,I' dinner. Next day he'll' find her working in the family garden, a, treat of injury, ,thus keeping you and
V-' for the city youngster. More than one publicity wise opera official feels your loved ones from bleeding to

that Betty Jaynes' success may open new American vistas for this art.

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Mrs. Laurence Attends .:....:-+:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. ilies right in the heart of the plan sugar-bowl. I I the countless officially designated ; .
tation villages; recreation and entertainment I Let Florida put into sugar pro-, "Days", "Weeks", "Months", and
Grand Chapter O. E. S. SCHOOL NEWS for all; and in addition duction only two hundred thousandof "Fortnights", the poor bumble cit:'
paid average daily cash wages of the four and one-half million izen is supposed to observe, it
two dollars and eight cents for in the certainly ought to prove worth-
Bernice O'Xeal _.............._..._ Edito acres Everglades, to supply
I less than eight hours work, with but ten of what while.
Mrs. Jewel Lawrence Is leavin gIBillie;I : Hooker: _........... Ass't Editor, percent we now
tomorrow for ,Jacksonville to attend Miss Evelyn Schutz, Faculty Advisor many laborers having cash earn- Import and an additional halfmillion -I Now don't get the idea that I
the annual session of the Gran I{ ings'of more than four dollars a persons can live in comfort in am attempting to belittle any

Chapter O, E. S., of Florida, which 1 .:..:..:......:..:..:..: :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. day. This year the cash earningsare South Florida and the merchantsof worthwhile movement for which a
convenes Monday for a three-da running even higher. I Tampa can sell ten millions an-- "week" has been set aside. Many'are
session. Second Giade- Louisiana sugar producers com- nually to the Everglades. commendable, but the fact remains -

Mrs. Lawrence, who is worthy; The second grade had charge of plain about having to pay wages I The production of sugar in Flor- that the public has been
matron of the Moore Haven chap- the chapel exercise Friday morn- of a dollar a day and their costs ida means much to Tampa. Will "week'd" to death.

ter, has been honored by Mrs. Char-l ing. The following program was are double those of Florida. the people of Tampa grasp their The idea of encouraging the average -
lotte Bowden Perry, grand matron'I presented with Kim Kolstad announcing Philippine costs are almost as opportunity? I citizen to give serious
of the Florida grand chapter, with) : high as those of beet sugar yet I thought to the subject of "taxa-
appointment as assistant grand I Song-America, the Beautifulthe they pay wages of only twentyninecents ..rrrrrrrrrr4grrrgppqqqqqr tion" is splendid, but it will take
marshall!, and will serve in that entire assembly.DevotionalW. a day.Hawaii him a lot longer than a "week" to
capacity during the present session. D. Raines, Jr. Is the only ,area that pays even start thinkin' along that line.
Mr. Lawrence will drive Mrs.I Song-The Rain Caine Tapping- wages even within striking distance Too Late To Classity The legislature takes 60 days and

Lawrence to Fort Myers and she< .Betty Emrich, Carolyn Robinson, of Florida and yet their'costs are usually makes matters worse instead -
will make the trip to Jacksonville Gladys Mae Jackson. very much higher. I 'By'KulseliKayI.rrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrl of better. The 75th Congresstook
with delegates from the Fort My- Play-Cabbages, 0.- the better part of a year and
Florida can match Cuban costs, r
Farmers: Dude Smith, Harold got nowhere. [
ers chapter. yet, by their own admission, some
Broaderick, Jackie Redish, Whit Instead of askin' the poor tax- l
producers of sugar in Cuba have, There have been time
may a
ford Lang, Dick SchiffH, Norman payer to spend his time THINK-
Stewart Guest- in the past, paid their labor only when a Gubernatorial Proclamation l
Julian Smith.
Kressley, IN' about taxes, what we ought
some food and a place to sleep. carried but consid-
some weight,
Farmerettes: Ruby Ricks, MaryK. to have is a "week" in which leg-' I
I Carline Puerto Rico, with much higher erin' the character of most of 'emwe've
Dyess, Lillian Golden, islators, lobbyists and selfish interests -' ,
Continued From Page One)
Berner, Jeanette Golden, Marilyn costs than Florida, "is. said to pay had crowded on us for the would be called upon to1 I
sevelt as Wild Life Conservation I Shelfer, Beatrice Kressler, Sadie sixty cents a day, for a long day's last, few years, the average official THINK about the taxpayer.As .
week. Kressley. work. pronouncement today arouses just Colonel Jim Lee told the lumbermen -
Conservation stamps are being about much interest and excite- '
Rabbits Elvin Young, differ as half the
Bunny : There are many striking the other day: if
sold by various groups during the .l Clifford Beatty, David Golden, flub ences between the sugar employeeof ment as a pause for "station an- time, effort and money spent by
week and the derived from nouncement".
money Mills. the Everglades and those of selfish 'interests lobbying to keep
sale is being spent back in
their Chicken: Gene Bledsoe. other areas. I've never been afflicted with this or that tax off themselves and
the state in which the sale was
Third Gr'ade- The laborer in the Evergladeswears the disease known as autograph i put it on the other fellow, were r
made. Dorothy Young and Louise Prew- shoes and a hat; his ward- I collecting, but if I wanted, the signature turned toward a sincere effort ,to -
Discussing the local situationMr. itt have been sick. robe consists of a great deal -more of any governor, mayor, or aid in working out a sane equitableand
: Stewart stated that the closed Perfect 100% spellers for the than a second-hand pair of pants. even the president, the easiest wayI just tax that would benefit the
season on black bass fishing on week were Clarence Stiles, *Sammy Life is not a burden In the Ev- know to be sure of gettln' it state as a whole, the problem
the Lake is designed to protect the Ray Young, William McCracken erglades.-it is an enjoyable time. would be to simply dope out some could be solved and everyonetheselfish
bass during spawning season. Nancy Wright, Harriet Alston, Rickets and other diseases of screwy idea for public observanceof interests included-would
The Kiwanis Club had previous-I Grace Ward,' Mary Ellen Smith, malnutrition are unknown among a given week, and I'd have sot f I I I be better off.
ly adopted resolutions urging that' Ruth Emrich, Louise Prewitt, JoAnn the children of Everglades planta- only their signature but also the A point these selfish interests

the black bass be protected better Crouch, Janice. Norton, Ruth tion workers.! AH members of the official seal along with it. miss and everyone seems to over-

from destruction by commercial Emrich. family are well clothed, well fed While the calendar still indicates look, is that while you may influence -
fishermen, and also requested thatan Fourth Grade- and well housed. that there are but 52 weeks"in the legislation to the extent of :
additional game warden be pro- 100% spellers Friday were Billy The inter-plantation ball games,, year, we find ourselves today with I i I not having to pay the tax collector
vided for this territory during Prewitt, Emily Joyce: Bullen, Nora played every Sunday, are more In- about 5,200 special weeks which yourself, you nevertheless _must
closed season. Oglesby, Wanda Shelfer, Noley teresting than many a big'' league we are called upon by official proclamation -I I pay the man who does pay the tax
Mr. Stewart discussed these Geiger, Ouida Johnson, Jean Augur game. The boxing bouts, once a I to observe. We don't anymore I collector, be it the. butcher, the :
needs, and pointed out that the entire Junior Irey. week on each plantation, are a l than get "Wild Life Restor-: baker or the candlestick maker.
revenue of the ga'me and fish Fifth and Sixth Grades much better show than 'can be seen ation Week" out of our hair be- Think about taxes, yes-but
department is derived from the The 5th and 6th grade girls] from a forty-dollar ring-side seat fore we are pounced upon by an think about the other fellow at
sale of hunting and fishing licenses have organized a basketball team in many of our larger cities. Movies official demand that we stop ev-, the same time.,
and that this revenue did not and are practicing under the direction furnish entertainment once a' week erything else and turn our time,
provide adequate funds for com- of Mr. Morrison. and on other nights the' hometalent thought and attention to "Tax Information -
plete protection all year round. He Last week Theo Moriarty, a'' puts on a much better show Week".

stressed; the need for educating the member of the fifth grade, left' than many high-cover-charge night Anybody, it seems, can get n..
people in general, sportsmen and for Arcadia. clubs. Over at Canal Point we have week set aside for any purpose anytime '
men who trap and fish fora live- This-'week ,we have a new member a black Charlie McCarthy that is by simply thinkin' up some

lihood, along the lines of protecting Edith McDaniel, from Bonita a wow. .. new reason, and no matter how I
the game and fish during clos- Springs, Florida. We are glad to High cash wages, many valuable nutty or dumb it Is you'll find the.II

ed season. have her with us.Development. perquisites, regular entertainmentand Chief, Executive 'with pen in hand II
Mr. Stewart's talk was greatly wholesome amusement all add waitin to sign the proclamationand I

enjoyed by the Kiwanians. Of- up to the highest pay of any sugar the Mother's Club, Boilermakers' -'I
producing area in the world, and Union, Ministerial Association,
Cane Harvest Will= -- with it we have the lowest costs. Master-Brewers Local No. 44, and,
(Continued from page 1) These are but some of the rea- a number of other public spirited,!
Tampa. Those indirect expenditures sons why Tampa profits so hand- enterprisin' groups will promptlygive
Continued from page! I) undoubtedly doubled the figures already somely from sugar production in it their blessing and have their Dram: s
the finals in the boxing events. quoted. the Everglades.Let feelings hurt If they are not ask- i
Winners from each plantation :In The sugar industry of the Ever- us turn now to an examin- ed to serve on a committee.I I
both Eastern and Western division glades poured more than half a ation of some of the comforts of don't know whether Mr. Hop- and YouEVERY
A will compete for the championship. million dollars into the coffers of life enjoyed by the sugar field kins is in need of any ideas or

There have, been weekly boxing Tampa merchants ,during 1937. workers in the Everglades.On suggestions for practical WPA pro-
matches, in each plantation X11 What of the future? a per capita basis there are jects, but if we could just have FAMILY longs for a homeof
season and competition is' keen. The Everglades contain more twice: as many automobiles In the somebody tabulate, and arrange in its own, but many procrastinate
There will be cash prizes givento than four and one-half million Everglades as in Hawaii; twentysix their proper chronological order, in going beyond the dream stage.It .
each winner in every event, both acres of the most fertile soil in, times as many ,as in Puerto will be fo' our happiness and
the semi-finals in each plantationin the world. More fertile, by far,I Rico; forty-six times as many as profit to cc 2' home soon, and
the morning events, and the fin- than the valley of the Nile. Suffi- in Cuba and one hundred times as pay the loan calance from income.

al contests at Townsite-Harlem Ath- cient acres drained, ready for use, many as in the Philippines. VISITING HOURS AT SUGAI Come in and see how we can help
letic Field in the afternoon and ev- but now idle, to support more than On the same basis there are two HOUSE you buy your dream home.
ening.A one hundred thousand additional and one-half times as many radios'as

diversified recreational program families, producing fifteen times as in Hawaii; nine times as many I (Daily Except Monday)
much sugar as is now raised, equalto as in Cuba; fifteen times as manyas 4 Clewiston federal
has been carried on under tl o 9 to 12-1 to
only ten percent of our require- in Puerto ,Rico; and eightyfivetimes
direction of a full-time recreationaldirector ::!
ments, of which we now import as many as in the Philip Guide Provided and LoanAssociation
and rivalry among the contestants Savings
seventy-five percent.If pines.
and interest among the
the present sugar productionof The same relative ratios hold
residents of the various plantationsis

keen. half the a million Everglades dollars pours into more the than cof- veniences true for many and other luxuries comforts and here con- ..." ........... ........-. ............................................ ..........,........... .
The and contests will
games fers of Tampa merchants, figure again is an explanation of why
bring to a climax a program tia what a produc- much from the
out for :yourselves Tampa profits so
has been of much interest and benefit J. S. CAMPBELL
tion fifteen times as great will do. sugar production of the Everglades. Good FarmLand
to the of the
suLMr Unless Florida can do a better Despite all of these facts, whichare
industry in the Everglades.'JuniorSenior job in the production of sugar for well known not only to mem- Jeweler & Watch-maker

the American market than the offshore bers of Congress but also to many I
BanquetContinued areas which are now guaranteed governmental officials, Florida is: All Kinds of Jewelry Repairs
seventy-five percent of our not even permitted to fill its own i I

market, it has no justification for sugar-bowl. Florida is prohibited: for Rent I Optical Repairs
( from pago I1 trying to get 'a reasonable portionof from developing its natural resources AT CHRISTIAN'S BARBER SHOP
Carlton Prevatt. that business. Florida can doa so that labor in off-shore I
Following the banquet the group : very much better job and a great areas may' be exploited for the

went ,to the Club House at the Golf deal more. benefit of those who are not inter- .... NORGE REFRIGERATORS
Course where dancing was enjoyed Florida, paying higher wages ested in the welfare of Florida.If .
until midnight.The I than any other area supplying the the Government would permit Furniture and Homo furnishings

honor guests for the evening American market, can, producesug\ Florida to supply only ten percentof PHILCO RADIOS
members of the senior class were ar at lower' costs than any other the sugar consumed in the Unit-

Misses Bernice O'Neal, Betty Hooks, area under the American flag ,and ed States,. of which we today import TrespassersWill Household ,FurnishingsInc.
Dorothy Hare, Mildred Ward, Dor-I can match costs with Cuba. Get seventy-five percent, the busi- Be
othy Bethea, Mrs Gladys that. It is important. Florida is ness of the merchants of Tampa I
Connie Clark. William warren'l the highest wage area and is also with the Everglades should Increase ProsecutedClewiston BELLE GLADE FLORIDA. 9':

Jack Wynn, Carlisle the lowest cost area. to ten millions of dollarsa
er guests included members of the Let us examine the facts. The year.
High School faculty, Mrs. Agnes triple A has held hearings on wa- Sugar is one of the basic necessities J. M. COUSE
Thomas, Mrs. Mary Baker, Miss ges in every area and the Tariff of life. It supplies more than ,
Mac Whitten, Miss Evelyn Schutz, Commission has published costs. 13% of'man's' energy at the lowest Counselor and Attorney at Law

Matthew E. Morrison and BernardE. Last year, and every year, the cost of all foods. Our army and .. Hopkins Building
Herring.The Everglades sugar producers gave navy list sugar as a critical wartime Wednesdays and Saturdays '
hosts were the following their employees, free of. charge, raw material. Today we are {):30 to 4:00
members of the Junior Class: Misses clean, comfortable, sanitary, weath- dependent upon off-shore areas for
Billie Hooker, Bernice Guthrie, er-proof: cottages; free fuel; free I three-quarters of our requirementsof Realty And
Gaudy Waters, Violet Bethea, Roberta medical care and hospitalizationfor this vital necessity of life. Florida 1 B. MershonAGENT
I: Spicer, Martha Nell Alston, the employees and their famil- can produce sugar at lower DevelopmentCorporation
Ii, Christine Bell and chicken than the low-wage low-stand- ; I
Mary Warren, Owen ies; vegetable gardens costs ,
\Vinn, Francis Wright, W. C. Ow- runs to those who would care for rd-of-Hving, off-shore areas and,
en, jr., George Smith, Pat McGehee, them, with prizes for the best; food at the same time Florida pays' New York Life 'i t I
Jimmy Hall, Thomas Waldron, Le- and clothing as well as other necessities -I much higher than average farm I'
Insurance \
troy: Hare Jamoa Winn and Morris at cost; schools for the wages yet Federal statutes prohibit Company i

Tord. I children/. ,.and" churches, for the fam Florida\ ,from-. filling." Its" .own ... .... ", AKCADIA, FhOuipi I

f ; I'