The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00687
 Material Information
Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: June 17, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
oclc - 33429955
notis - ACA5652
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System ID: UF00028415:00687
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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TEACHERS ELECTED.. CLEWISTON NINE I IN Foundation Is Ready East Coast Motorcade, To

For Big Syrup TankThe


foundation 26
'concrete, for the

MEETING SATURDAYAt BEATS CANAL POINTThe new two million' gallon- syrup tank
under construction n. by the United'States MORE THAN 500 VISITORS WILL

Sugar Corporation! has been U. S. Dredge Welatka BE, WELCOME HERE

a meeting of the Hendry Clewiston team in the recently completed and further construction SUNDAY WEEKA

county school board Saturday after- organized Everglades Base- I work awaits the arrival of ship- On Way To LakeThe -..-

noon at the courthouse in LaBelle, ball League made its debut beforea ments of the prefabricated steel J good will motorcade from

the resignations of two trustees, large( crowd of local fans with an plates which are assembled and towns along the" east coast, spon-

18-4 drubbing of the Canal Point welded together to form the tank. U. S. Engineers big hydraulic sored by the Fort Lauderdale and
M. F. Yeomans and Dillon Hall '
These steel plates be-
entry on the local diamond last are now dredge, Welatka, which con- Hollywood Chamber of Commercewill
were accepted. Charles E. Minerof ing fabricated and it. is not known '
Sunday evening. structed the greater part of the be formed in those communities -

Clewiston was present, but not Clewiston sent 49 men to the when shipment will be made but levee between Moore Haven and early on the morning of Sunday

in official capacity since his commission plate, thirteen of whom were giv- I it is probable that the, tank will Nicodemus Slough and for several June 26, and visit communities

from the, governor to com- en free passages on balls. BillHooks be completed by late summer. months thereafter was engaged on around the lake, completing their

plete the unexpireC term createdby clouted a homer and Co- j I Dimensions .of the tank are given projects elsewhere in the lake, will trip in Clewiston that afternoon.

the resignation of M.\ E. Von- burn Moore a triple during the I as thirty ,feet. height and 106 feet be returned to the lake at once More than 500 people are expectedto
6 inches in diameter. It will be located
Mach,. had not arrived. game.It I from the Savannah District where participate in the motorcade.

Acting upon recommendation of was the local team's game all close to the present smaller she was transferred following the While the trip is planned as :a
tank the house.
their local trustees, the following the way with the results never in near sugar completion of the Okeechobee pro- good will trip and to' promote a

.'i\ teachers were appointed for Clew- I doubt. Bases on balls forced in ject.Col. feeling of friendship between the

...:V iston schools for the 1938-39 term. two runs in the first inning with Earl North, district engi- lake and lower East Coast com-

B. E. Herring, principal, Mrs. Agnes runs being added in every inning PLEASANT WEATHER neer for the U. S. Engineers told munities, it is also for the purposeof

Thomas, Mrs. Mary Baker, Mrs. thereafter. Sharp and Baker divided I newspapermen of Jacksonville: this expressing an invitation to every

Genevieve Gove, Mrs. Lucille Will- duties for the, local team with past week-end that the dredge had resident of the Everglades to at-.

iamson, Miss, Mae Whidden, MissSaunda'l McClure going the' route for Canal I SPEEDS UP HANDICAP just been repaired on a Jackson- tend the Fourth of July celebra-

Watson, Miss Livonia I Point. ville drydock and would be perm- tion which is planned in. Fort

': Congdon' and Miss Evelyn Schutz: The next game for the local boys ITOURNAMENT PLAY manently assigned to the Okeecho Lauderdale.

;, This still leaves two vacancies to will be in Okeechobee next Sunday bee project for maintenance. It
Among extra attractions
:,,' be .filled, third grade teacher and afternoon. The game will be the is probable that the destinationof
I the motorcade will feature
t_': athletic c coach. first Okeechobee has played in the the dredge is some point on the ,
The Duval Jewelry Handicap being is the American Legion Drum and
p'; ,' Felda teachers were appointed league. East shore where there is con-
played over the Clewiston Golf Bugle Corps of fifty pieces which
ffr,:;: at .a previous meeting, as were I Canal Point: J. Everett, If; siderable maintenance work shedu-
Club links moved along last weekin has promised to be present. These
most of those who will serve in Joe Parker, 2b; Pete Borden, 3b; led at the present time.
'' the wake 'of pleasant weather musicians will be dressed in Seminole -
; .) LaBelle schools. Other appointments Joe 'Barton, c; Chock, ,Ib;'' Tillman, The dredge is scheduled to leave
many matches that had been post- costume and demonstrationdrills
,: will be made at a later date. ss; McClure, p; Lyles, cf; Simms, Jacksonville e sometime the latter
poned because of the misty elej will be given at each stop
\ Janitors will be kept on the pay- rf. part of this week, all repairs having
: j ments being played and the schedule along the route. A motorcycle
:: loll during the'summ'er at reduced Clewiston: Roberts, ss;, R. Hooks2b been completed. It is estimated
j i brought up to practically whereit organization of Fort Lauderdalewill
1'10,1: .t::::, salaries, to keep, lawns trimmed and ; Moore, Ib; Clark and W. i that approximately three weeks will
should be. also join in the motorcade;
rrN:;;;;,: : care for school buildings. Coleman Hooks, c; Avant, cf; 'Cato and be required to move the dredge
The first of the real upsets occurred I Present itinerary calls for a stop
:l::: Hall and C. F. Pascher atLaBelle Hare, If; L. Hare:: and Bell, 3b; I and equipment to the lake.
'. when W. C. Prewitt', genial first at Pahokee. From Pahokeethe
" '; ;c will receive $20, each effective Ward,' rf; Sharp and Baker, p.,
Clewiston contender, defeated his group will visit 'Belle Glade
: June 13; T. A. Markette, Clew-
:; 0 I fellowtownsman). C. Owen, the and South Bay with tentative plans
T iston will receive $35 as of June
i i i man the wise, boys had doped to OPEN GARBAGE CANS being to stop in Belle Glade for a
1, land Frank Potts, Felda, will get .
AMERICAN LEGION win this meet. Prewilt, whose picnic lunch. After lunch the group
t, $30 effective as of June 1.
: game: has taken a ,decided turn will visit Bean City and end their
i The final payment of funds from BELIEVED CAUSE OF
: for the better of late; took full trip in Clewiston where the United
t the state for teachers salaries had
: MEETING AT INN I advantage of Owen's, shaky ,.,first States Sugar Corporation has ar-
been received and a' distribution
nine,. to make the and special ou'f' !through ,the
" tJJn."t! ,up ,ABUNDANCE OF FLIESThe Jilnge4a. ,
was ordered to county' .teachers. '
t ':"" though, the l latter rallied ', to, cut 'sugar house from, one to three
<< The amount brought the teachers TUESDAY NIGHTriClewiston -
his opponent's advantage 1 on o'clock and other organizations are
;;"" ,: of the county up to, within about. -
: !, No. 15, Prewitt, won 16, and tied prevalence of numbersof joining in plans to make the visit
:-. a'week of having their salaries great
,. '," I i 17 to take the match 2 and' 1. flies in the during of the East Coast residents, as
+ "',,. : complete for the year. American Legion Post community
I Prewitt played under, a 16handi- pleasant as possible.It .
No. 93 held one of' the most, interesting the past two weeks caused city
and Owen 12. is understood that Fort Lauderdale
meetings of recent monthson officials to ,make a thorough studyof
: Community Church Use Another upset in the Championship sanitary conditions and what is planning a big celebrationnext
Tuesday night at the ClevistonInn '
I Flight occurred when H. J. fall at the opening of Road
I II'"t with more than thirty-five they found will be a shock to
: Is Offered To BaptistA members and- visitors present from Stein(26)) of Belle Glade' took out I many residents who take extreme 26 from South Bay to Miami

Pahokee's last contender, Johnnie I' through Fort Lauderdale and it is
pride in their
Clewiston, LaBelle and Moore Haven. keeping premises
Thomas, 1 up. Stein is anotherman clean.A probable that the motorcade will .
It was the first meeting of the ,
cordial invitation extended
was -
I who has decided to play im- lead to an invitation to Lake com-
; -, this week to the 'members of legion to be held in the new Inn. check-up of all business
proved golf, and he used four of munities to join in the celebrationat
'i fl :' the newly organized Baptist church Several visitors present for the j\ houses and residences disclosed the
I his gift strokes for wins, three for that time.
). : here by the joint boards of the first time were initiated by being fact that, more than two-thirds of
communities cooperatingwith
ties, won another without _his stroke Other
: *
;;_'r ., Community church for them to use made to tell how "they'won the and threw three away. The Belle them are using open garbage cans, Fort Lauderdale'and Holly:
V.' the Community church building war." It being flag day the theme one of the greatest of fly breeders.
Glader served notice he will be wood in forming the
'. f for their services until such time ,of the meeting was in this con- Other unsanitary conditions pre- Dania and Hallandale.
hard to take out 'of this meet. Davie,
'' as their new church building is nection and Leo J. Patras, of La- vail in some sections but the gar-
After his unlooked for defeatof
iJ, '. complete. The services are still Belle, made a most! ,interesting talk bage can menace is said to be the
I Larry Nash, E. E. Kelly (17) of Davis SentencedLife
: being held in the tent tabernacle 'appropriate to the occasion. greatest.
Clewiston kept up his steady playto
};r of the Rev. W. L. Head and it is Several items of business were I be, 1 up on J. F. Curry(16)( of Every effort will be made to I i

; planned to hold meetings there discussed and a committee composed i I Clewiston at the end of 16 holes. appeal to the civic pride of every ImprisonmentMorris

:; ,. until the new building is ready. I of J. E. Bearsley. R. M. Bishop The remaining two holes will be resident to provide suitable covers

I; However the of ,, and J. A. McGehee was named
approach mosquito played some time this week as for garbage cans ,and to take care
makes it that by Commander F. 'M. Wright to j Davis, young government
: season probable outs I' I II darkness called, a halt to the match. of these other conditions. It is
work with other organizations of j t warehouse worker, who was con
;, dor services will, in a few weeks Results Championship Flight: believed that this can be done
tt be uncomfortable. the community to plan a real welcome I j victed last week in circuit court
very without to ordi-
I F. D. Duff(13) beat Parker T. resorting any city .
": .. The letter written to the Baptist for the, East Coast motor- 4 nance to force such action. in LaBelle of second degree murder -
Wilson(28) 6 and
of his
..< church and the cade on Sunday, June 26. : in the shotgun slaying
temporary pastor Mosquito control could also well
Arthur Wells(8)) beat W> R. Dick-
1':',', ;,- Rev. Head is as follows: Among those attending the meet- inson(26) by defaultH. be practised in Clewiston by home wife, Mildred, last Christmas night

ing were: E. D. Conway, J, M. was given the maximum sentenceof
Clewiston Florida
: : J. Stein(26) beat John Thom- owners and this pest be materially the State
June 14, 1938 Couse, D. M. Draughn, S. C. Stalls, lessened in number through the life imprisonment at
(Continued,, on page eight)
,\;: First Baptist Church, of Clewiston and Joe Van De Velde, of Moore summer months. Empty tin cans oeneitentiary;: in Raiford by Judge
;' Haven S. A. Graves Coleman 3eo. W. Whitehuist on Wednesdayof
Rev. W. L. Head ; and other receptacles which may
J r Hall Judson : Royal To Construct this week. The motion made by
Clewiston, Florida H. Hull Wfllliam T. hold water and form perfect breed-

::>> 't < Gentlemen: Hull, R. N. Miller, Robert B. \Wal-i I I ing places for the mosquito, sprinkle defense attorney W. D. Bell for a

.. ':,,' The .officers of Clewiston Community dron, Frank McClenithan, Dillon New Store BuildingExcavation a little kerosene in places where 'new trial was overruled by Judge

.J.: church congratulate the Hall, Stafford Luckey, L. J. Patras small puddles of water are accustomed Whitehurst. A bond in the amountof

:' '; membership of: the! First Baptist I and C. L. Couch, of LaBelle; D. B. was begun yesterday to stand and great strIdes' $7,500 was fixed by the court

'F. Church of Clewiston the Allen, J. E. Beardsley, R. M. pending the outcome of an appealto
on completion DiShOP'1 for the foundation of a new and may be made in reducing the num- court.
i l;' of their B. A. Bourne, E. M. I the state supreme
,, organization and I modern business building for Clew- ber of mosquitoes this summer.
; welcome the efforts of the Deane Duff, G. M. Ford, H. R. Davis' trial last week occasioned
:-:; I iston which, when completetd, will Clewiston is better able to control
r' ::,:' Home Mission Board in this area. J I I Hall, O. A. Jones, J. A. McGehee, be occupied by the'consolidated the mosquito than many other lake considerable interest throughoutthis

We invite the First Baptist Jay W., Moran, W. C. Owen, C. V. stores owned by George I.. RIyal cities because of the fact that the section. The slaying followeda

:,' church of Clewiston to use our Parkinson, Alonzo. Ray, C. E. Robbins here. townsite is-! clearer of weeds thanis quarrel between Davis and his

':rc Church building and facilities during I O. F. Schitfli, Frank Smith, Although the foundation excava- common in other communities. wife and although Davis steadfastly

r '(;',. ,/ the period of construction and L. A. Turner, F. H. Weight andJ. tion is going ahead no bids have maintained his" innocence, claimingthat

l._ until such time as your new Church D. Bruce, of Clewiston. been received for construction of SHERIFF II. L. DELANEY the gun was 'accidentally discharged -

building is complete and ready for while they fought for pos-
#' ---- the building as yet. Construction BRINGS BACK EMBEZZLER:

rd occupancy. Kiwanis Club Holds expected to start, however, in avery session, several witnesses testified
At the time the Community that his wife before she died had
present : short time. (LaBelle News) I

'l r"" ; : church building is being Meeting At Church The building will be located Sheriff H. L. DeLaney went to i told them that he 'had' deliberatelyshot
. #> 'J used on Sunday mornings: Monday, just across the alley south of the J Adel, Ga., this week for the pur- her.

'w':--., Thursday and Friday evenings, and I i building in which Royal's grocer pose of returning Roy Henchley,

t ;. ... is available for your use at any The weekly meeting of the i is now located and directly across produce broker, who is wanted Lock-Tenders' Homes

i Y. other times. I Kiwanis' Club was held Wednesday the street from the post office, here for embezzling $2,700 from i

t." If any further information or evening at the Community east. It will be fifty by ninety Judge \V. T. Maddox, Asa Town- Completed At Ortona

details are required, please feel Church with members of the feet, of concrete block construction, send and Arthur Wells, jointly,

free to contact any of the officersof Christian Endeavor Society prepar- one story, and will have a pouredin according to information releasedby '

the Community church. ing the dinner. Proceeds from the place concrete floor. The roof Chief Deputy Sheriff, H. H. Mc- Completion of the now lock-

Wjith our sincere wishes, for your dinner and from bingo games which' will be of built-up asphalt con Call. The prisoner waived extradition tender's home, two duplex apart
continued success in the upbuild were played following the dinner struction. rights. ments for laborers and a five-car

ing of the Church in Clewiston... we will be used to defray the expenses Plans for apartment in the On his way back Sheriff DeLaneyalso garage at the Ortona Locks was
:_ are, of delegates from the society rear of the building have been picked up Solon T. Cochranat announced this week by the U. S.

Yours very truly, to the church conference.. 1 changed it, is' understood and the Bartow, who according to Deputy I, Engineer sub-office in Clewiston.

W. C. .Owen-f.or theJr The only item of business was building will have only one large McCall, is wanted in Clewiston for Paul Smith, contractor on the

joint Boards of Clewiston the appointment of a committee I storeroom to be occupied by ,a gen- beating a $35 board bill at the houses has moved his supervisory.

' Community C/iurch: (Continued on page eight) eral store. I Maynard boarding house. f (Continued on Page S)
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and such.
Cream Cheese Substitute.Cottage poke holes in the dust bag, or
cheese may be used in placeof chip'or throw out of balance the that makes reva."tkirvk.l .
Ma.MzF cream cheese if it is pressed fan blades. wonder
through a fine sieve to remove the *
moisture. As You Iron.-Stack your clothesin de-er ;etrvvck SQ
piles according to the rooms
Improving Cookies.-The flavorof in which they will be put away. l\it"tttI. I V
cookies is improved and they Then when you are finished the
stay moist longer if one table- clothes are sorted and need not be
spoonful of jam or j jelly is added to handled twice.
the cookie dough. *
Line the Clothes Basket.
Pick Up Sharp Objects.-A vac- Clothes baskets can be kept clean
uum .cleaner should not pick up by lining them with washable ma-
pins, broken glass, tacks or other terial, such as oilcloth, muslin, or r
sharp metal pieces, for they may heavy paper may be used. WNU Service.

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Woven Fillet CrochetFor through each row of the fillet meshas
shown. When a new weaving
Bags and PursesBy thread is started, hide the ends in
the edge of the crochet.
RUTH WYETH SPEARS NOTE:,Mrs. Spears' latest.book RS
EITHER crochet cotton or wool gives complete directions for mak-
Y yarn in two or more colors ing many other things for your-
may be used for a knitting bag or self and to use as gifts. It also
purses of woven fillet crochet. The fully illustrates ninety embroidery
foundation is made in the lightest stitches with interesting varia- \-r 1
color. The knitting bag in the tions. You will use these again
and again for reference. Ask for
Book 2, enclosing 25 cents (coins
preferred). Address Mrs. Spears, 4&c6LJrQ
210 S. Desplaines St., Chicago, Ill.

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emblems still persist in outoftheway from your canning efforts? It isn't
always enough to do "lots of
places. Once every fur store cannin'g. -
placed a stuffed bear out front, often ? ." You may have 500 full jarsin
scaring passing children half to your cellar at the end of the sea-
death. A O' son, but if 100 of these leak be-
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vertised a cigar store. Both ,of these symbols have gone out of favor but sketch is white fillet with navy you are only getting an 80 per cent
I some are destined to retain their popularity. Barber. shops will always blue threads woven through, as return on your labor.
depend on the red and white striped .pole and the jeweler will always hang shown. The zipper purse and van- One of the greatest mistakesthe mfrPEKOEDGE V/- 0Lr STYLE
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An 'Error in Identity Must Books Be Read ?
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IMPROVED Short Short Stories
In a Hospital Ward The collector of books need not ,
Eggs UNIFORM fear the challenge that is sure to : Irish Landlady (to lodgers

I Nurse Helen came into the hospital be made, sooner or later, by his You three are a pair if there

ward one day to take a blood skeptical acquaintances: "Have ever was one. You don't come
in UlcerBy cHooLiLesson count, carrying her little yellow you read them all?" The first home of a night till early morning

box containing glass slides, etc. idea he ought to get out of his If you think you're going to
By Dean of the Moody Bible Institute She took her patient's blood count, head is that he must only buy stop here you had better pack
of Chicago. books for immediate up and go!
him bit reading.
!: Western Newspaper Union. joshed a then packed up
DR. JAMES W. BARTON her yellow box to depart "The charm of a library," said Husband-No, Isobelle-and

Bell Syndicate.-WNU Service. Lesson for June 19 "I'll have mine now," said the that devout book lover, the late that's finall You can go to the

little lady at the other end of the Arnold Bennett, "is seriously im dance as Mary the Shepherdess

years ago I tried to put THE SUFFERING SERVANT ward. paired when one has read the --with my full approval' : but I
SOME "I'm sorry," said Nurse Helen, whole or nearly the whole. of its absolutely refuse to accompany
weight on a patient in
you the guise of little
LESSON TEXT-Mark 152239. "but I can't do that without an contents. your
who had been suffering with GOLDEN TEXT-For even the Son of !order from"the doctor." Bennett confessed that he had lamb!-The Humorist.

ulcer of the stomach. As the man came not to be ministered unto, but to : "Order from the doctor!" snorted hundreds of books he had never Prim Old Clerk (to manager) .
minister, and to give his life a ransom ( -The
ulcer was healed, I suggested for many. Mark 10:45. the lady. "Since when must I opened. He knew they were good, painters are in my room

that he engage in light em PRIMARY JUNIOR TOPIC TOPIC-On God's Calvary.Wonderful Love. have permission from the doctor and 'as he gazed on them, he said just now else, sir.I could Have you anywhere

ployment. An industrial firm INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR. TOPIC to have my nails manicured' ?"- to; them, "Some day, if chance typist for a ,few days?squeeze a
elf-Sacrifice for Others. [New York Sun. favors, your turn will come.
had him make preliminary or YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOPIC-
Cove's Supreme Sacrifice. I
first calls on householders.

There was no particular men "A Christianity without a dying

tal effort required and as he Christ is a dying Christianity. His-
tory shows us that the expansiveness -
was not "selling" anything on
and elevating power of the
this visit, he received no rebuffs
the prominence
Gospel depend upon
which might have caused. given to the sacrifice of the

emotional upsets. Cross. An old fable says that the

I felt that the fresh air, the fact only thing that melts adamant is

that he 'was doing something useful, the blood of a lamb The Gospel
the fluid and soft: reveals the precious blood of Jesus

diet four to five Christ, his death for us as a ransom -

times a day-should as the one power that subdues
bring results. At the hostility and binds hearts to Him"

end of a few weeks '(Alexander Maclaren).

he had gained a ,We consider today that darkest

couple of pounds, of all days in the history of the

looked and felt bet world-when wicked men with cruel
ter. hearts and hands crucified the loving -

However he Son of God. But, thanks be to

thought my method God, it was also the day when bright

r l.\. was a little slow hope shone forth for sinful ,humanity -
r .;" and decided to go to for in His death Christ bore our

it; ,, Dr. Barton another city to-consult sins upon the tree, the veil was

.;:: a physician rent, the old sacrifices were 'set

i}: ; whom he knew, who was apparently aside, and the "new and living way"
l--: having great success with a body vas opened into the "holiest by the

, ,..;: building bread. He returned a few blood of Jesus" (Heb. 10:20).

f',,;', months later, the picture of health, I. Crucified-':'That We Might Live
and had gained 90 ,pounds. I was (vv. 22-28).
:: greatly surprised with his appear The details of and circumstances

I" :','" ance and told him I would have to surrounding the crucifixion are of

: ...: take my hat off to his physician and leep interest,to ,every Christian. We

',. his bread. I asked him ,about the stand with Luther and weep as we

bread and how often he ate it. see Christ's unspeakable agony, not

,,:. Soft and Easily Digested. only of body but of spirit, and we cry

"Oh," he said, "I only ate the as did Luther, "For me, for me!"

bread a couple of times and didn't low can any believer contemplate
he cross and withhold self, sub
Blank had
like it, but Dr. me taking
20 raw eggs and four to six quarts of stance, or service from Christ?
;0, milk a day." Equally earnest and heart-search-

Twenty eggs and six quarts of ng is the message of the cross to
calories he unbeliever. He knows he is a
milk means a great many
, ,' when we remember that each egg is sinner (Rom. 3:23), he knows that

75 calories total of between 5,000 'the wages of sin is death" (Rom.

and 6,000, counting the milk of which i:23), and he knows that "neither
each glass contains 160 calories is there salvation in :any other, for

However, raw eggs and milk makeup here is none other'name under

a liquid and soft diet, easily han heaven given among men whereby
we must be saved" (Acts 4:12).
dled by the digestive system.
Here at the cross he meets that
t':' It is'interesting to see this same
one "who his own self bare our
\::7"; :" treatment being used in cases of un-
sins in his own body on the tree,
:: : healed peptic ulcer (ulcer of the
hat we, being dead to sins, should
fI stomach or of the small intestine)
live unto righteousness: by whose
when the patient is not confined to
stripes ye were healed (I Pet 2: '
;' bed. Clinical Medicine and Surgery 24). There 'were two malefactors THEY said it couldn't be done"': that tires
;: that Dr. Horace VV. Soper, St.
i'--i : ,'; Louis, at the Mississippi Valley who were crucified with Him, and could withstand the torture of the new high
one railed at Him. The other said
. :; '" "I, Medical society meeting reported' 'Lord, remember me when thou, speeds. Yet Floyd Roberts set' a new ,record, at
the of mill worker
who case consumed a 20 rolling raw eggs and four comest' into thy kingdom"; and this year's Indianapolis Race, averaging 117.2
Jesus said to him, "Today thou
,l;, quarts of undiluted milk daily. shalt be with me in Paradise" (Luke miles an hour for the 500 miles on

:.: Now the above treatment was 23:39-43). Unbeliever, who reads Firestone Gum-Dipped Tires.
given a strong rolling mill worker these lines will
: not
you just now
{. and might not be suitable for other take the eternal life which Jesus With the sun-baked brick of the

cases of unhealed ulcer. It shows died to make possible for you? I IH. straight-away and the granite-hard surface
however the healing and bodybuilding
r:" power of milk and eggs. Forsaken-That We Might'Be of the turns pulling and grinding at their
( Accepted (w. 29-36).
J tires, 33 daring drivers, everyone on
The railing, head wagging, and
t Health. I
; Community Firestone Tires waged thrilling
other abuse that, men heaped upon a
r, One of the hopeful signs of the Jesus He the
as hung on cross, battle for gold and glory. Never
" ,
times is that not only do physicians
must have been
a grevious thing for
{ want to know why a pain or other His tender loving heart to bear. before have tires been called

l symptom is present but the patients But it was as nothing compared upon to take such punishment. Never

t themselves question the physician with that hour when, covered with
in all the history of the motor has
and read and seek other means of car /
all the sin and curse, of the world,
_:_. learning the cause of their symp He who knew no sin "was made tire safety been put to such a gruellingtest.

toms. sin for us" (II Cor. 5:21)), and God Yet not one tire failed not one
There still however
are a large turned away from Hun.
number 'of individuals who are sat- We cannot fathom the full mean single cord loosened because Gum-

isfied to take a remedy for head ing of that hour, we dare not attempt Dipping, that famous Firestone
ache, stomach-ache, rheumatism,
to it
explain we can only
diarrhea or constipation, because a accept it and thank God that because patented process saturates and coats

friend acquaintance has recommended He did become sin for us we every cotton fiber in every cord in

this particular remedy. may be "made the righteousness of ply with liquid rubber'counteracting
The surgeon general of the United God in him" (II Cor. 5:21): every

States Public Health service, Dr. III. A Veil Rent-That We Might the tire-destroying

",., Thomas Parr an, hi Clinical Medicine Enter (vv. 37-39). internal friction and heat that
: and Surgery, says that the best
r paying investment of all securities The death of Jesus was not the ordinarily cause blowouts.

g;,' :' is community health. This means pitiful weakening of a human mar T. reton Why risk life and the lives
\" that by all and means the tyr. Here was the Son of God, cry your
": simple but true every facts of health ing with a loud voice (v. 37), giving H I G H S PEE D of others on unsafe tires? Join the

L should be made known to everybody. up His spirit to the Father (Luke 4.50-21 $10.55 Firestone SAVE A LIFE Campaign
27:46), declaring that the work of
:' "No variety of want is more individual 4.75-19 10.85
' redemption was "finished. today by equipping your car
Y none strikes with a more
" .
As"a visible,indication of that 5.25-17. :12.35 r
': uneven hand, than illness. The ill part Firestone T rIp I e"S ale Tires the only
and declaration 5.50-16 . :13.90
as a that the old
!- ness of the breadwinner, the disability
dispensation of law had tires made that are safetyproved on
,t; of a mother, the failing health given place 6.00-16 . 15.70
",, of children, these present problems to the dispensation of grace, God 6.50-16 :1935 the speedways, for your protection on
tore the veil in
:;.- which must be met by neighbors temple Only 7.00-16 . 21.00 the highways.
He could
. with the have done it. No man
personal understanding oJ
the whole community." could have torn this sixty-foot long, Heavy Duty

.- The thought then is that individual twenty-foot wide, and inch-thick 6.00-16 $18.6O
curtain from top to bottom. It had 7l 7
; | 37F
( health and community health 6.50-16 . 21.35
:,. are the biggest assets of the individual hung in the temple to keep'all but :
': the High Priest out of the Holy of 7.00-16 . 24.70 { : M&m
,,, and of the community, and all ;
Holies and
he entered with fear and TRUCK TIRES AND OTHU
and thought invested
expense in
trembling but once a the
;;,,, community health pays a bigger PROPORTIONATELY LOW
dividend than any other investment representative of the people. Now
all this is changed. We have now, CAMPAIGN

Hi Ho Saying "brethren, boldness to enter into

"I have spoken words of wisdom the holiest by the blood of Jesus,
by a new and living way, which he
for many years, said Hi Ho, then
- of Chinatown hath consecrated for us, through the
sage "only to realize SY:71Phon
., Listen to the Voice Firestone and the 70-piece Pireswne
tr that no speech is so profound that veil. Therefore, let us draw of featuring Richard Crooks and Margaret Speaks
it can carry'the influence of a child's near with a true heart and full as- Orchestra, under the direction of Alfred WalJenstein, Monday evenings over. Nationwide N. D. C. Red

artless appeal" Burance of faith" (Heb. 10:19-22): In on the Firestone Voice of the Farm Radio Procram twice each week during the noon hour


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The Clewiston News to keep open with very little pat- of prey do even a little more good J. M. COUSECounselor

ronage, in spite of good food and If You're Planning To than harm would be sufficient, to

popular prices. BuildBy insure them complete protection." and Attorney at Law

Published every Friday in ClewisloE, Being a, dry county, you are In past years our passenger Hopkins Building

Florida. by the CLBWISTON NEWS, obliged to buy your liquor by the I W. S. Lowndes pigeons and Carolina paraquets Wednesdays and Saturdays

Inc. bottle instead of the glass unless 1 Director Schools of Architecture and have become extinct by ruthless 9:30 to 1:00AGENT

you know somebody. And it's so : Building slaughter. Today the ivory-billed
International Correspondence Schools -
KEATHLEY BOWDEN, Editor easy to make friends in Tallahassee woodpecker is on the verge of

that there is very little incon- extinction, scarcely more than ten
KITCHEN--The Kitchen in
Entered as second class mail matte: venience. Automobiles, while not us THE modern house is, in many respects birds remaining in Florida. How- L. B. Mershon
February 1, 1927, at the Post Office In comfortable and cozy as the popu- in ell states: "These splendid birds I
Clewf ton, Florida, under the Act ot the most important room
March 3, 1897.Subacrlptlon. lar tap rooms and cocktail parlors the house. This is especially true in are now absolutely protected by New York Life I

of dry Polk, nevertheless serve cases where a servant is not employed the laws of Florida but it is very
those who want what they want and where the mistress of doubtful whether the remnant can Insurance CompanyARCADIA
Rate '2.00 Per Year. the house must attend the cooking. -
when they want it. be saved from extinction. FLORIDA
Advertising Rates On Application. laundry work, and the many other
We think of the damage done ...
But time marches on and while domestic duties. In such instances
the capital city may at the momentbe the mistress must spend a large I to traffic by cows, but who stopsto

Devoted of Clewiston to the advancement and Hcndry and County.welfare enjoying, her little siesta,. lob- part of her time in the kitchen, think of the damage done to

byists are busy making plans and hence this room should be made as I birds by automobiles? Thousandsare

legislators old and new are wait- convenient'and attractive as possi- killed in Florida every year ,pr S/U 0y

N/N:..IIIN/N:N.,:NIN:NIN:N:M:;':NIN:NIN:N:N:NIN:N:M M) ing the happy hour when the clan ble.by a The separate kitchen entrance should where be reached trades I in this manner. Man's own self- IYV,1 1I1

will gather and the business of men can deliver supplies and pack introduced pet, the cat, kills as 4 Isooac

Too Late To Classity keepin' and breakin' promises will ages. If there is a basement there many little chickens and vastly coo

again get underway. should be convenient access to the more and desirable birds than do

CJ3y 'R..ussell Kay Then, like Mehitabel, Tallahassee Stairs. all the birds of prey in America,
will bestir herself and we'll find many times 'over. Thunderstorms

:NIM:N NN:NININ:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N/N:N:N:N:N:.1:N:..:N:... "There's a dance in the old dame Kitchen and Devices ease -in Devices performing for convenience the during migrations and fires during THE SAFETY OF
the nesting seasons also take heavy
yet. SAVr'N6SShare
operations of the kitchen should be
bird life. Blinded by the
toll of
Sneaked up to Tallahassee last installed whenever possible. Electric ACCOUNTSas
week to see "what the old town OLD AGE ASSISTANCE ranges, refrigerators, dishwashersand beacons of lighthouses, many birds
other labor-saving machines are dashed to their deaths every all liberal
looked like durin' the "off" sea- as profits
should be thoughtfully considered. The two lighthouses on
son and it sure was quiet. Hotel Jacksonville, Fla., June 15- Ironing boards, apron closets, broom Fowey Rocks and Sombrero Keyin earned by them, are fully
lobbies, usually teaming with leg (Special Old Age Assistance will closets, tables, step-ladder chairs,
southern Florida are responsiblefor I
islators, contractors, lobbyists, par- not be granted applicants who have cabinets for miscellaneous foods and INSURED ,

don seekers or favor hunters, were present support or income of $30 spaces for all kitchen utensils can more bird tragedies than any UP TO JOOO F. I be (Continued on Page 5)
attractively arranged. Good light
deserted. Streets were practically per month or more the State Welfare -
should be provided and a pleasant
empty. Parking spaces were easy Board ruled at its June meet- '
I outlook,from the windows is most Clewiston Federal
to find. Folks you met were not ing here in denying appeals origi- desirable. NOTICE

burdened with 'brief cases and nating from the Seventh and Third f *

worried looks. When you did find Districts.In I A breakfast nook in the kitchenor NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Savings and LoanAssociation
directly connected with it, is a the Board of County Commissionersof
three or four in a group they usually one instance the applicant was Hendry County Florida, will meet
great and. is convenientfor
step saver
unmarried daughter with the Assessor of Taxes for said
were talking about fishing or supported by an
I simple meals. A kitchen should County at the office of the Clerk of
golf rather than politics. with whom he made his home, not be so large as to require a great the Circuit Court of said County, on '

The state house was deserted as and a married son who had a joint I i deal of walking about by the one the 5th day of July, 1938, at 10
o'clock A. :M. for the purpose of hearing -
far as the Governor and cabinet income of more than $4,000 per ''I performing the cooking and servingof complaints and receiving testi-

officers were concerned. The slaves year. In the other, the applicanthad meals. It is important to Install mony as to the value of any property
income in I a great many electric outlets, for real or personal, as fixed by the. said
who put in their time family and property of Taxes the
annoyin' new devices are being invented County Assessor on tax
typewriters, poundin' on adding excess of the stipulated amount. I rapidly. assessment roll of said county for FLORIDA
the year 1938, of perfecting, reviewing -
Members of the Board in dis-
machines and doin' other routine and equalizing the assessment,
chores sat listlessly about stifling cussing the two cases expressedtheir I and will continue In session for that
for all old ing entomologists of the country purpose' from day to day for one
sympathy persons
offices, and visitors-even tramp i week, if necessary, or as long as
newspapermen-were. welcome. who desire to acquire a certain estimate that insects cause an an- shall be necessary.
independence by securing joint nual loss of nearly two hundred This the 17th day of June, A. D.

With Governor Fred away, state and federal assistance. At million dollars to the agricultural 1931. ALTO HIRES

chasin tarpon at Boca Grande, the same time, they contended, it interests of the United States. That Chairman Pro Tern, Board
Mrs. Neel I of County Commissioners,
his personal secretary,
is their duty to allow such grants I amount of money would build a Hendry County, Florida.
who does a swell job of stand in'guard only to those who are legally navy for the United States or buy ATTEST: William T. Hull
at the inner door (SEAL) WILLIAM T. HULL,
was relieved loaves
qualified. ; enough of bread to make I Clerk

of the task of fightin' off "Our first duty" a member said, I a stack that would reach to the I June 17, 24, July 1st
the{ rabble that is constantly try-
"is to those aged who have no moon.
in to get in the Chief Executive'shair m
of support. For the Boardto Consider then these facts: One I '
and means ,FOR' SALE-14-foot outboard ibi
permitted me to sit on
pair of brown thrashers will eat
admit large borderline class
boat with sixteen: horse-power
the of her
edge desk and get chum-
would have the effect of barring fifty thousand insects in one sum-
my for the better part of half-hour. I Johnson motor., $65.00 cash. See
three thousand ants have
whose applications have not mer;
many Joe Schroeder at Clewiston .Supply,
Branch Cone, who is usually yet been acted upon or of' forcinga been taken from, the stomach of I I Clewiston, Fla.

knee ,deep in customers and hidden general reduction in the grantsof one flicker; ninety-nine per cent -
behind a desk full of c\rrespond- those already on the rolls, be- of the food of the meadowlark con- ,

ence, actually looked lonesomeand cause of the inadequacy of funds." sists of insects; eighty-five per cent FOR XT-Fort Myers Beach

he not only had time to chat It is expected that the ruling will of the food of the bobolink ,con- Cottage. Two bedrooms. $10 per

with me without interruption but limit the number of appeals filed, sists of insects and the other fifteen week or $30 per month. Box 1988or

.we topped that off by steppin' out as nearly all appeals are sponsoredby per cent of weed seeds; over two phone 169-R Fort Myers. Dayor Stop at thjiotelPotcicia. ,'

for a cold drink which doesn't those who desire to have small thousand mosquitos, including the night.

happen very often durin' the busy incomes supplemented.The anopheles, the transmitter of ma-

season. 1937 legislature, in allocat-I laria, have been found in the crop FOR RENT-Furnished upstairs 312 S. E. SECOND AVENUEAll

Bill Taylor, all dressed up in a ing state funds for public assist- of one nighthawk and the tick bedroom suitable for 'one. or two

white suit lookin' like for the spread of Texas Phone 376 call at
new and ance purposes, as guided by a statewide responsible persons. or Rooms With ,
I fever cattle has been foundin F. L. Williamson. Outside
somebody's bridegroom or some- survey upon which the 'esti- among premises.

thin', quit countin' how many mate of elgibles was made. Alreadythe the stomach of the bobwhite. Piivato Bath

hotels he'd got and estimatin' next"ear's number granted Old Age Assis- J Not all of the birds that feed, on '

j tourist crop long enoughfor tance and Aid to the Blind is in insect pests live' in the region of NORGE REFRIGERATORS COOL, CLEAN, QUIET

me to practice on him with my excess of these estimates, with a the crops they defend. For example Furniture and Homo, ,\.unllshing'j Overlooking Biscayne Bay '

new candid camera. : large waiting list remaining to bo the mallard and the wood PHILCO KA1HO3

Colin English was out makin' a i disposed of. duck eat many insects which' breedin Two. blocks to Shops, Theatre and

speech to a flock of 4-H. girls, but I wild crops. Household FurnishingsInc. Business Section.

his secretary and I get along a lot The prejudice against all birds
better when he ain't there anyhow; of prey is so general that it is RATES .

and besides he's caused disturbance Tallahassee, June 16-News came I almost impossible to persuade peoPle BELLE GLADE FLORIDA
enough around my office to justify I that only a few hawks and one $1.50 Single
from Washington this week that .
any messin' up his. owl do any real harm and even I
Thomas H. McDonald, chief of the
Col. JIm Lee was off somewheretryin' these, the cooper's hawk, the Amer- $2.50 Double
United States Bureau of Public I J., S. CAMPBELL
to collect enough taxes to ican goshawk, the sharp-shinned
Roads, has been assigned by President -
pay back that borrowed money the hawk, the pigeon hawk, and the
citrus folks are runnin' a fever Roosevelt to officiate at the great horned owl do some good. Jeweler & WatchmakerAll Special Family, Weekly &
official opening; of the Overseas
over. But since they been borrowin' The most effective natural mouse Monthly Rates
Highway at Key West on July 4. Kinds of Jewelry Repairs
money and payin' it back a?. traps are the hawks and the owls.
long as I can remember I don'lsee The opening ceremonies will con- The barred owl lives almost en- Optical RepairsAT S. D. ''McCREARY, Proprietor
stitute the climax of a gala three-
what there is to get so excited tirely on field mice, with shrews,
I day celebration to be held July 2- I CHRISTIAN'S BAIiUER SHOP
about. moles, frogs: squirrels and rabbitsto
4. President Bru of Cuba has also
I u ---------------------- -
Road Chairman Arthur Hale appeared vary his menu. The barn owl I
stated that he will send an official
to be the busiest of anyone, is exclusively a rodent feeder and I -- .
delegation, some naval vessels, a .
with customers waitin' to see him is one hundred per cent beneficial.As HO
band and a baseball team to repre-
while he chewed pencils and triedto
of weed seeds the
sent the island republic at the destroyers
figure out how the hang you can celebration good done by birds can' not be ?
build new roads and take care of
overestimated. The seed-eaters be-
President Roosevelt has ordered
those you already have whenthere's army and navy detachments to long mainly to the sparrow family.A -f .. w UUIE '

nothin' to"use for money.: proceed to Key West for the gala I fox sparrow was observed that .
Arthur has been %
doin' a bang up affair. 1 I ate 130 seeds in three minutes, \ ::
job and ,his department is looked
while dove's stomach
The Overseas Highway Celebration a morning
upon by everyone as the most ef- contained 9,200 seeds.
: Committee is, preparing an'
ficient and best managed in the I extensive Spanish fiesta for the en- As scavengers, birds are again I \JI ;
set-up. tertainment of the host of visitors very beneficial. In the south the I .

Missed the new Attorney Gen- expected to throng the streets of buzzards, or vultures, and the gulls ,
eral on my first visit but managedto I
the little island city during the perform this service. When New

while catch he him was in up the to his next ears day in ant"an three days of the celebration. York City sent its garbage on : date/urn JIom.e- ,

importance out to shake conference hands and he took extend time r ;provide Every; precaution suitable is accommodation being taken to'': scows innumerable to be dumped gulls, gathered in the ,ocean and, I I. CJheu a

much of the
they often consumed
to the and
ind i
assure safety comfort -
hearty welcome. Judge Gibbs is a: of all visitors material before it had reachedthe Bachelors may choose to exist in

able with man and his appointment' met open sea. In Yucatan it has apartments and rented houses but
popular favor.
after and
been observed that gulls
With the election over, SenatoiPepper's Birds Proven To herons had been killed in large DIRECT YOUR FAMILY deserves the happier -

office has moved into spa- numbers, the decaying refuse EDUCTION and richer life that: a real home

cious quarters in the new Federal Be Man's FriendBirds thrown up on the shore spread I Nome Loe"pis"
building with of will provide. Our safe
Secretary Jack Guth- sickness among the natives. : your own

rie in charge. Correspondence since Altogether the good done by I I E and economical home financing plancan
the election has been '
exceptionally: are of economic value to birds far overbalances their few

heavy and Jack is taking care of .nan in the service hey render in misdemeanors.. Fuertes said: "It help you own YOUR HOME.

as much as he can here to relieve jreventing the undue increase of is surely short-sighted to destroy

the senator's Washington office. nsects, in devouring small rodents voluntarily the greatest natural Federal

"Jook" joints and night clubs in destroying the seeds of harm'ul: I check on the giratr.t natural enemies C'ewiston Savingsand

so popular during legislative. sessions plants, and in acMng as scavenger:;. of our greatc natural resource !-

are rather drab and color- In destroying insects, the birds I and it would seem that Loan AssociationI '

less affairs right now, struggling find their biggest task. The lead- merely proving the point that birds ,


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and Mrs. Foy Durrence have Miss Bernice Guthrie is (spendingthis --

returned from their vacation in week in Delray with friends.
Franklin N. C.

Miss "Winnie Mae Vickers, Okee-

Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Lyons, Moore chobee, and Leon Odom, Miami,

Haven, were business visitors in were visiting in Clewiston Sunday.
Clewiston Monday afternoo'n.Mrs. :
\ tl >
Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Fletcher, ,:',")" ',.<< "

E. L. Stewart returned Monday Pahokee, were guests of friends fi. / Y, .

from a ten days visit at Macon, here Saturday afternoon.Dr. I.:: o :,.'<:::<< ,,.:,., :, ,

Ga., with relatives., ,, -- ,-,, ,__,_mn"<'>_.., ____ ___._..._ __ __,_"
W. W. Williams, Jacksonville -
OVERSEAS HIGHWAY, connecting; Key West with the mainland or Florida, is a marvel of
Miss Lavonia 1 Congdon of Alva was a business visitor here engineering skill and scenic beauty. For nearly a hundred miles it curves like a giant scim.itaracl'OSS

was in Clewiston visiting friends .Saturday. the open seas, crossing tiny coral islets, to the southernmost point in the United States.

Tuesday afternoon. On the right, picture shows the massiveness ,of the structures which have defied tropical storms
E. V. McClelland is leaving this for a quarter of a century. On the left, picture shows the type of surface construction used to

Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Perry, and week for a vacation trip including convert former railway bridges into 22-foot con crete highway bridges. The two pictures in the

Billy and John, were the guests Philadelphia, Pa. center show different sections of the seven-mile bridge- the longest over-water bridge in the
of relatives in Bradenton Sunday. world. The formal opening o
Paul Wondrey, Okeechobee, visited Key: West.

Miss Kathleen Lewis; of Tampa, friends in Clewiston Saturday -- ---- ---- ------------------- ------

visited her sister, Mrs. W. W. Perry morning.Mr. .
the sub office of the United States Lord." by the United States Bureau of

and family last week. Engineers for several years and NOTE-This service will be in Biological' Survey and nine by
and Mrs. Hoomes Rich of
(.' made number of the Audubon Societies. The most
has also a great recognition of the
young people
) Bob Coker left Friday for a va Miami, were in Clewiston on business
friends here.Following.. who are to leave on Monday to important of these are policed,
cation. He expects to visit New Thursday Friday.
while the ceremony the attend the Young Peoples Conference :- either all of the year or only
York City away. ----
happy couple left for a week end to be held in the Indian during the breeding season, by
Mrs. N. E. Moorman Miss
at Fort Myers Beach and are mak- River hotel in Rockledge. Those wardens who are maintained by
Mrs. R. V. Allison and daughter, Ollie Moorman of Macon, Ga., are
ing their home at the Etherton who to the biological survey.
of Gainesville, are -visiting Mrs. the guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. expect go are Elizabeth the
Through work of volunteer
' Allison's father, F. L;: Williamson.Mrs. Stewart. apartments. Draughn, Moore Haven; Lee Prid-
Roberta cooperators of the Bureau of Bio-
gen, Spicer, Florence

t R. V. -Allison and daughterand Misses Beth Nall and Virginia i llIIlllIIlmll I I llii!!!llIIlllilIlIimmllillllffiilllllllllillilllIIll1IIIIIi!!!!! Ili it i:ll i!iii I i II!i i i!- Graham, Betty Bailey, Maxine Doty logical Survey much in valuable all parts informa-of the
Fred L. Williamson are visiting Saxon and W. F. Nall, Moore Ha- and Francis Wright, Clewiston; tion "has
been collected birds
on ,
Mirriam :Muriel
Mary ,
Miami. Clewiston visitors Thurs-
in were
today ven
. Catherine McKay, Polly Grant, Edna migration routes, and their
day morning. ==
: I Churches Henderson Prevail ages. Aubudon banded the first
and 'Floy Lake
. \Ir. and Mrs. Ellis Walston and birds in the United States-A flockof

son, Okeechobee, spent, Monday in Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Ezelle and Harbor. phoebes in
near Philadelphia
I Clewiston with Mrs. L. A. Turner. Emma Jane, returned Thursday L li rnl I Il a lmmllmlllllmlmmlimlmlmmlimml! lit!I f !I I Oa,ili mlmmlimlmld i I to The worship public in is cordially the Community invited 1803. From then until 1909, when

from two 'week's vacation in Geor- the American Bird Banding Association -

Mrs. Fred Flanders' and Phyllisof gia and Graceville, Fla. DR. TAYLOR FT.WILL LAUDERDALE PREACHIN Church. was organized, the work was
Moore Haven were in Clewiston
carried on spasmodically. In 1921
Friday morning.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Jones Bryan returned The First Presbyterian church in' JUNIOR GIRLS' CLASS the work of the Association was

Wednesday from their wed Fort Lauderdale has invited Rev. MEETS AT PAFFORD HOME taken over by the Bureau of Bio-
Mrs. W. ML. Bradnae.k at home Forest C. Taylor, minister of the
and ding trip. They are at T logical Survey. Since 1909, three
are spending from Thursday until the Oglesby Apartments. Community church of Clewiston, to The monthly meeting of the million birds have been banded by
Sunday at West Palm Beach this supply the pulpit during the monthof
Junior Girls' class of the Community some eighteen hundred coopera-
week. Hudson J. Tillery is spendinghis August. The officials of the Church Sunday School was tors. The "returns" on bird band
I local church have granted this
vacation of several weeks with
held Tuesday night at the home of ing are sometimes amazing: A
Mr. and Mrs.. Carawan Nelson, relatives and friends at Gayton, month as a Vacation but the Clew
Mrs. I. M. Pafford and the follow: European eagle owl was knownto
Mrs. O. C. Landon and Leonard Georgia. iston church will have services as
ing class officers were elected: live sixty-eight years; some birds'
Moore left Saturday for Mobile, usual conducted by visiting clergymen. -
x President-Sheila Foster I I make transatlantic flights; and a
Ala., for a visit of several -weeks. Miss Virginia Jordan returned The Fort Lauderdale churchis Vice-President-1\Iargie Sawyer' blackcap banded on' Cape Cod was
several days from Jacksonville one of the most important of
ago Secretary: -Nancy WrightTreasurerMarianne captured in Venezuela ten days
Mr. and Mrs. Wjillard Simpson where she spent her vacation. Her the Presbyterian churches in Florida 130 milesa
Jones later, having averaged: _
spent Saturday'' afternoon and Sun- mother, Mrs. Johnson, of Atlanta, and the invitation to hold ser '
A is be-
Ogie Arnett vas hostess for the day. new: system now
day at ,Fort Myers Beach with Mr. accompanied her for a short visit. vices there comes'as a distinct, evening and served refreshments ing tried out on gulls. Three
Bowden and honor to Mr. Taylor. The ministerin
and )Mrs. Keathley at the close of the social hour colored celluloid bands placed
sons. > Robert Kuettner, Atlanta, F. E. the Fort Lauderdale church is which was held after the business above the regular aluminum bandin

t tli' Prokook, Perry, Fla., and Gene Dr. John G. King,' who will spend meeting. a certain arrangement indicate

'- Miss Yvonne Johnson and Carl Barrow, Gainesville, arrived within his vacation in New York.
:! \ Those present included: Nancy at what station the bird was band
W- Johnson were week-end guests of the past week to enter the draftingroom Wright, Sheila Foster, Marianne ed. Furthermore the bands can
Mr. and Mrs. Keith Hartsfield in of 'the U. S. Engineer office. COMMUNITY CHURCH
Jones, Anne Pafford, Pat Bailey, be seen at a fourth of a mile and
\ Fort Myers. ,- Forest C. Taylor, minister Margie Sawyer, Louise \Prewitt, reports can be made without having

i, --r-- Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Kolstad and Clewiston, FloridaIt Mary Louise Thomas, Sally Gra- to capture the bird. With the

Miss Laura Matlison attended a son, Kim, drove to Hollywood Tuesday ham, Cleo Scott, Jean Augur and numerous "returns" coming in and

meeting of the alumnae of Good afternoon. Kim remained, there has seemed wise to the Ses- Joan Crouch. aroused public interest, it is anti-

Samaritan Hospital in West_ Palm for a stay of two weeks at a campon sion of the Clewiston Community cipated that many new facts con-

Beach Friday evening.Geo. Hollywood Beach. Church to announce a Sunday morn- cerning birds will be brought to

ing worship service. at eleven Birds Proven- light.

Bestor returned home Friday Mr. and Mrs.\ H. A. Bestor accompanied o'clock. The first service to be

from Atlanta where he has their son, ,Richard, to held at this hour will be next (Continued From Page 4) ENGINEER IIERE

been attending, Georgia School of West Palm Beach Sunday, wherehe Sunday morning, 'June 19th. At other because both are situatedin

Technology.Mrs. took a bus for Miami. He expects this time there will be. a special the path of migration and their from the
R. C. Baird, engineer
..--- to visit in Miami several program in recognition of the young lights are of the first magnitude.A .
:\ Arthur King and baby days. people of Clewiston, Moore Haven red light or a rapidly blinkingone district U. S. Euigrreer office in

daughter returned home Sunday and Lake Harbor, who are to leave repels the birds but a steady Jacksonville arrived here Thursday -

from Good Samaritan Hospital in Mr. and Mrs. George Augur en- next Monday to attend the Young white light proves irresistible. to spend a couple of months

West Palm Beach. tertained at dinner on Thursday Peoples Conference in Rockledge, At, the last meeting of the Flor- completing and assembling the

1- evening honoring Mr. and, Mrs. Andrew Florida. ida legislature, St. Petersburg was plans and 'specifications for the

Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Owen and P. Beery. Other guests were The minister and officers of the made a bird sanctuary. Up to
in North 1931 there were tweny-five bird new St. Lucie locks and prepar
family are vacationing Mrs. F. D. Hessey and Mr. and church appeal to you to give these
refuges in Florida; sixteen managed ing the project for bids.
Carolina and Tennessee. They expect Mrs. Eugene P. Beery. morning services a fair trial. Your
several weeks. ...
to be away ---

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'' Mrs. Ivey Pafford and daughtersAnn children left Thursday afternoonfor neighbors to worship with you and I y Aj

and Mary Kay, left Wednesdayfor Highlands, N. C., where Mrs. when there are guests in the home,
several weeks visit with rela- Schiffli and the children will remain Church. The Com-

tives and friends at Ml. Pleasant, for the summer. Dr. Schiffli munity bring them church to offers a church hometo j! Special Sale i iy

Georgia. will return to Clewiston after a all and the public is cordially
short visit with them.Berry..Russell .
Alston left Wednesday invited to the services.A. .
Dave W. Sias, Session Clerk
afternoon for a two weeks vacation.He y
Nuptials Forest C., Taylor, Minister
expects to spend most of the ::;:: OUR ENTIRE STOCK :is:

time in the mountains of North Performed Sunday COMMUNITY( CHURCH y ..

Carolina. Sunday Morning, June It .y. ..

Eleven o'clock
Mrs. L. H. Robbins accompaniedMrs. Miss Jewel Russell and AndrewP. !
J. E. Beardsley to West Palm f florshehn Shoes '
Beery, both of Clewiston were Prelude-Mrs. J, H. Doty
Beach Monday where she took a married Saturday afternoon at the Processional-"Onward Christian: y

'"'4_ train for Washington, D. C., to Community church manse, Rev. .Soldiers" y

spend the summer with her daughter. Forest C. Taylor, pastor of the Doxology PrIced From .:.
Mrs. Robbins has been in church officiating with the ring Invocation- and Lord's Prayer 'i'

Florida all winter.Mr. The only attendantswere
ceremony. Hymn-"Come, Thou Almighty % v
E. P. Beery, a brother of the King" (1))
and Mrs. W. R. Keefe and
and .Mrs. Beery.
groom Responsive Reading-"The Call to
Mrs. Keefe's father and mother The bride was lovely in a suit. Praise" (290) $509S'to $8.45

Mr. and Mrs. Stanley, were visitors of pink sharkskin with white ac Gloria Patri ,
with Rev. and Mrs. Forest C. Tay- cessories.Mrs. .
lor at the manse last Sunday:? after Beery is the daughter of Anthem, "Hope Thou In God" 1 X Xf

noon. Mr. Keefe is one of the Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Russell, of
(Dale) Junior Choir
real estate and insurancemen :: Blacks Tans Sport ShoesCewiston :!:
leading Sanford and has made her homeIn : Scripture Reading.-Matthew 7:1-12 -
in the city of Lake Worth.: Clewiston for the past six years. Announcements X'y

She was connected with the Clew Offertory
"W. C. Owen, R. N. Smith, F. iston fj
Inn until it burned last year "Hallelujah Chorus" from the
11.'right and Forest C. Taylor and since that time has been em-
Mount of Olives--(L. VanBeethven -
spent Friday evening in conferencewith ployed at the Seminole Drug De-, ) (Request Number) Senior j Supply CO. I Iy

Dr. William, G. Kennedy in partment store. Her attractivenessand Choir.

Fort Myers. Dr. Kennedy is chair- charming personality have made Sermon.-Adventuring In Religion. Y

man of the National Missions com her a host of friends in Clewistonand Hymn-"Galilee, Bright Galilee'' :!: Clewiston, Florida :;:
5& mittee in Southwest Florida Pres- one of the most popular mem- (72)) 0

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CHAPTER XII-Continued bert. When can an old woman like every year. No matter where she and 1; and old age !
-16- me wear anything so fine?" happened to' be living, my birthday time, a sad time,
Don heard I Nora knew that he "Every day," he answered, handkerchief has arrived on time. look back over the
heard. His head turned a little. pleased that the trinket had made They have come from many coun- 'I have done my best.'
Something that tried valiantly to bea her smile. "That's what it's for, tries; Mr. Lambert-Italy, England, remember, all''Miss Nora
smile, flickered for one brave mo- Martha. And now what have we Germany, even South Africa, tf to marry the man she ;
ment across his face A gong here?" He moved toward the ta- you'll believe it! Beautiful pieces of There!I" broke off

sounded .. A voice: "This way, ble. "Haven't you fared even bet- linen, all of them: but never an fusion, "I did not intend
Bill. Room for another here ." ter than usual?" address so I could write and thank a sermon, to you of all .
The ambulance swallowed him This was another stock remark, ,her. Note that, please. It was as these things have lain
while Leonora struggled to get near and Martha answered: "I have in- if she felt you would not like me to my heart for years, (

.... ; allowed him bore him deed I My roses came early this write, sir-that if you wished her and I had to speak. If
away \ morning, as they always do. They to hear news of us all you would fended,. I can only beg =
She reached out, trembling from bring to mind the days when Mr. write yourself. That's loyalty, isn'tit don."
head to foot. She touched the wet Ned was a little fellow and we had ? That's little Miss Nora! But last James Lambert arose

arm of a fireman. our cakes together, here in my par- year ." did not smile, but

"Please, can you tell me-is-is lor. The books are from my nieces, Martha..paused so long that James hand upon her shoulder
be. ." Clara and Isabel. Now I've more Lambert stirred uneasily, and she' ment. ;
The man wheeled-faced her. time to myself 1 enjoy reading. said "You
: "Maybe you noticed that I'd are a good
"You mean that feller we just Cook made the cake, as usual; and been crying a bit when you came You could not offend
brought out, lady? He's hurt bad. the other girls gave me the bed- in, sir? It was about Miss Nora. tried. You have merely I ,
Stayed under the balcony for hours shoes and that handsome basket of Something tells me that ill luck has the truth that, down I

tryin' to free a child that was stuffed dates. Help ,yourself, Mr. befallen her and hers. It was a year have known for a long I f
pinned. down. Time and again he .Lambert. A stuffed date ought not ago that I began to worry. My glanced at his watch. "
was 'told to quit-that any minute to hurt anyone. The gloves came handkerchief came, Mr. Lambert, here to see you in a few
the balcony was due to fall-but he from my niece Clara's husband, but-but I must be

just stayed there-kept ,on workin'. and. ." There are things to
And not five seconds after he passedthe Martha paused. James, bending IutY about ."
kid to safety the thing collapsed. above the table, had lifted the hand- r
Tough, ain't it? It took three of us kerchief. There followed a silence sSul CHAPTER
an hour to uncover him. Say! I before the woman said, gently, her

take off my hat to a guy 1ike' him! I voice trembling a little: "The hand- 1i, James was still deep ,
I God is is kerchief is from Miss Nora, Mr.
never saw-My lady when, an hour later, his ; : : : ;
he anything to you?" Lambert. It came this morning." down from the birthday : ;
"He-he is my husband," said If a" bomb had exploded in Martha's old Martha. In fact, ; f f :

Nora proudly; and then, suddenly parlor, James Lambert father so noncommittal I } I II

conscious of pain that rent and tore wouldn't have been more startled.He ,'l,1tu" lapsed into silence and
her, yet not forgetting the dear bur- wheeled about, exclaiming in book. But he did not'
den that she carried, sank gently astonishment: "Nora! You say this had he something on his
down into the drifted snow. handkerchief came from Nora?" w he was observing with
Martha nodded.
cern those, lines of care
On an October evening nearly "Sit-down, Mr. Lambert. Thoughit in the older man's
three years later, James Lambert may not be my place to speak of Ten years, and ;
went slowly up the stairs to a room it, you're all of a tremble. Miss growing son had made
that Martha Berry called "my par- Nora has never forgotten old Martha's lK bert more,tolerant.of
lor." It with I birthday bless her loyal
was a pleasant room coming to a decision,
crisp white ruffled curtains at the heart-though! in other years, since abruptly: "Dad, do you
windows, and a scarlet square cov- since she went, away, sir; 1 have Nora these days?"
ering its center table; a room' as not mentioned" her gift for fear of tXIR.hri' I James started,

prim and orderly as Martha herself hurting you. : seemed to have read his
yet with a home-like quality The woman arose, went into her "Not a line for
about it too. It was here that both small bedroom, and returning witha years, son."
Ned and Nora had brought their package wrapped carefully in tissue "You're 'worried?"
childhood troubles to be smoothed paper, sat down once more and, His father nodded. '
away by Martha's gentle hand. It ,resumed her narrative. "I can't help w wide."J

was here (though he did not sus- "You see, sir, it happened this in difficulties; and
pect the fact) that James Lambert, way: When Miss Nora was only a ': "
during the years of Nora's absence, wee girl she asked what I would iak thaHe stopped, not

had brought his. like her to give me for a birthday I "Haven't you fared even better ther; and Ned moved to
, This was Martha's birthday. present. I said, 'Get me a nice than usual?" looking into the dark
James never forgot the date, partly handkerchief, child, one that's a bit uncertain about
because it was Ned's- birthday too, fancy for all mine are plain and but it was not a new one. It was James who spoke.
and years ago they had celebratedthe when I take tea at the minister'snext one of a half dozen Mrs. Ned gave "Look here, son. I
event together; partly becauseit week I must dress up.' I saidit her one Christmas, and that I'd ad- ought to know that
was his habit to remember the in fun, you know-as a sort of mired. I remembered distinctly the ter went away I didn't
anniversaries which most men for- joke; but the ,child got one of butterflies embroidered in all four will as I intended.
get. Martha was not quite well, and my maids to take her to the five corners. It had been nicely laun- extra two hundred
the fact troubled him. She had been and ten cent store, Mr. Lambert, dered; but I could not help wondering I business, which goes to
the prop and stay of his householdfor and she bought me a handkerchiefa '' if Miss Nora was, maybe, too tate is divided evenly,

so many years. She had moth- fancy one as I believe you will ,poor to buy one: and then I de- then. There are

ered his children, and, James ad- agree. ,I have it here." cided she, might have been where ants, of course; and

mitted with a little smile, mothered Martha had been slowly untyingthe she could not shop, so had sent one who've been with us
himself as well. They must take tissue-wrapped package. It con- of her own. tried to put the mat- office, besides something

care that nothing saddened this tained, James saw, a pile of neatly ter out of my mind, and now, you boys; but the bulk of
faithful woman as she grew old. folded handkerchiefs. From the top see, I wish that I had not." erty goes to you and-

The door to Martha's parlor she lifted one with a bright pink Martha lifted Nora's birthday remembrance ter. When she left
stood wide open. She was expect- border. She spread it out. Some- that had arrived that upset to think about
ing him. A fire burned in the'small thing supposed to be a pansy em- day, shook out its delicate folds Later I let the matter dr

coal grate, and his accustomed broidered in garish shades of red and spread it across her lap. well, if you feel that }
and purple, adorned each corner. to you and yours-"
chair was waiting by the hearth. "Do you see, Mr. Lambert, this
James Lambert stared at 'it but "Why should I?"
Martha was waiting too. Her work is another that she had saved, because "
basket and copies of a church week- as he remained silent the woman it was so handsome, 'I sup- sat down beside his
said: "Her' taste improved as she davenport.HIt's
ly which usually occupied the center pose. There'near the center,is a your
table, had been put away to make grew older. ,tiny place which has been mended. ,Do as you please with
room for a display of birthday'gifts; "Which was indeed fortunate, re- And that's not all, sir. It is quite enough of my own-
a vase of roses from Corinne and torted James, surprised, even in yellow from being laid awaydiscolored. pretty nearly ruined my ;
that tense moment, to find his know. We'll
Ned; a cake, her name in fancy long She had no time even to 'as you ,
the dormant sense of humor still alive. er, you and I, if we feel
pink frosting on top; a gilt bas- bleach it! That is why I was cryinga
ket filled with stuffed dates; gray "So every year, Mr. Lambert, no little, Mr. Lambert. Don't is provided for." I
knitted bedshoes; gloves; two matter how fine a gift Miss Nora see, Miss Nora would never have you "You mean that?"
gave me, there was always a birth- James trifle
books, and a lace-edged handker- sent old Martha a mended hand a puzzled.
day handkerchief as well. To tell Ned smiled.
chief, obviously yellowed from be- kerchief if she could have boughta
ing laid away. the truth, nice handkerchiefs are a "Of course I mean it!
new one. And not to launder it!
sort of weakness with me, 'and I world shouldn't I? I'll
James, glancing at the table She
may be sick, Mr. Lambert. I
think she knew it. Nice
used to be jealous of
knew that he was expected to exclaim feel in my bones that things
chiefs and nice are
and admire. When it came aprons. I never was a kid' and after I
with her while I who
wrong would
could abide the sort of ; '
aprons thatif about things I
was !
to birthdays Martha was somethingof
give my life for the lamb and dI
a child. Now, though she lookedup ( you'll maids excuse my saying so) Mrs.Ned's you, the only father poor she ever knew, enough to feel ashamed de
are content to
with her customary smile of wear. think she knew it, and
are warm and comfortable
greeting, he saw the unmistakabletrace Except during the years of war, with surrounded a little. But I realize
when such every
extravagance would seemed bit
of recent tears. It was a distinct There every as
was a silence before the old
have been shameless
my own were did to and I
shock. Never before had Martha's you me, ..
linen." woman continued, her voice trem- :it',
clear been to hurt her in any \ '
gray eyes cloud you
bling: "That is not right Mr. Lam-
Martha ,
spreading out
a blue- she Father when
ed. He said, despite his inner per- edged square. bert. It is not Christian. Do not was ,
turbation: "Happy birthday heard?

"This came when she was me that I am' forgetting my
and only James cleared his
producing small
a white
ten, Mr. Lambert-the year she and place to say so. I know it. I have
package from his coat pocket, anger as he used to do :
pre Mr. Ned gave me the gold brooch. been your servant for more than
sented it.Martha. days, but because of a
Notice the border half life sir but I have been
said, as she had said pretty sir, as refined my ; of feeling. Ned's words /
previous occasion of as can be; though later she your friend as. well; and you, the him immeasurable relief."They :
every the same got them all white which was more good Lords knows, have been 'a
sort: "You shouldn't" have done it, suitable, except this lavender one friend to me. There is no man in were in
Mr. Lambert, and proceeded to she brought from Europe. Just look the world that I admire as I admire way West. Her husband
untie the cord with the eager fingersof at the quality! It is sheer enough you, sir; but that does not ning to write a series .
one who was very glad he had! ,like those he did about
for a queen-so delicate that I have blind me to your faults. Why shouldit
Those fingers trembled as she never presumed to'use it; but-" ? I have seen you show forgiveness You read 'em, didn't you
held aloft the ,beautiful gold chainwith TO BE
"And (
you say, broke in James that was almost heavenly; but :
its drop of flawless
amethyst Lambert as if rousing suddenly, you can be stubborn-too stubbornfor
which was James Lambert's gift "you tell me that Nora has continued your own good or the good of Lake %
Save for watch which
a Nora
had since her-her marriage, to those that love you. Lake Windermere is
given her years before, Martha had remember you?" "I do not know what passed between lake in England.
never owned so valuable an orna "Did you think she would forget?" you and Miss Nora before she wooded hills in the
ment. Regarding her closely.' Jamessaw It was the nearest to a reproof went away. I do not know what bit- Scofell and other
that she was thrilled; thoughall that the loyal woman had ever dealt ter things you may both have said. tween Lancashire and 'T :ii
she said
was to repeat: "You him. James did not speak, and aft 1 do not want to know. But we land, it is 10th miles
shouldn't have done it, Mr. Lam er a moment she continued: "Yes, are getting old, Mr. Lambert, you deep and about a mile


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have been rented to R.' L. Coker, i cipated in the deer killing and Two thdse who
Projects Start are helpless 'and need'I I
165 ROOM GUESTS \ who will move In when he returns I eighteen agents of the sanitary an attendant will receive $100 pel '

from a vacation Jay Wl Moran, board. At Moore HavenGlades month. Payment of the $100 is
Clarence R. Bitting andJ.. D. I
REGISTER AT INN not restricted to those now receiv-
Bruce.. Two remaining apartmentswere Candid Camera Day ing $72, and any veteran who be-
not rented Thursday evening I
comes helpless in the future and
SINCE OPENINGThe Grounds are being landscapedand At Silver Springs I The Okeechobee County 'Democrat Construction) needs an attendant will receive i

all shrubbery planted is ,doing I Company, low bidders on the workof $100 per month instead of $72 as
nicely. Mrs' F. M. Wright has I formerly paid. Under this new
repairing the eroded sections of
new Clewiston Inn, since charge of planting the shrubberyand Cash prizes will be awarded the levee from Moore Haven to the law, maximum pension of $60 also
Mrs. Downs congratulated her amateur photographers who make will be paid 'upon attainment of
Mr. and Mrs. L. Downs moved into northwest end, 'were awarded the
the incompleted building on May on her success with the various the best pictures at Silver Springson contract last week and this week 65 years of age, but a formal claimis

26', has had 165 guests registered, transplantings.The July 4 when a candid camera moved in equipment to begin workon necessary. There will be no :
Mrs. Downs stated this week. No chef at the old Inn, ''Ernest. field day will be staged the project. The work of re- automatic review of the cases under ;
registration Is required for meals returned and assisted with the I I'A top prize of $25 will be given sodding the levee over the repaired this legislation and any increased
and the number of those to whom opening dinner. Many of those em- for the best fish picture taken sections was sub-contracted by the benefits found payable will date
meals have been served would runa ployed at the old Inn have been I' through a glass bottom boat at company to C. F. Oesterreicher, from the date of filing the claim,
great deal larger. given their positions back in the Fisherman's Paradise, a beauty spot who had a government subcontractfor and not from the date of passageof
new building. at the springs fairly teeming with the act. No special form is required -
been the
Sunday luncheons have (t clearing on river work
tame fish that eat out of boat last and a letter written to the
served to as high as thirtyfiveand I year.
passengers' hands. Veterans Administration asking for
the largest dinner attendanceto Several families connected with
Two Hundred Deer any benefits due under this new
date was the meeting of the Another prize of $15 will be the contracting firm have already law is sufficient.
American Legion there Tuesday I given for the best bathing beauty moved to Moore Haven and it is
night when there were thirty-six Killed In Purge picture and one of $10 for the estimated that a number of local

legionnaires present from LaBelle, best general scenic shot made anywhere men will be hired for work on the Happy Widow Bar
M'oore Haven and Clewiston. This on the grounds.An project.

does not include the formal open- Approximately 200 deer have been, annual swimming pass will The contract tor fencing the Looted Wednesday
ing dinner
dent Bitting entertained more thana this summer in the program of the "Sunday" a tamed wild deer at the end along the inside slope .
hundred guests nor the luncheonthe Silver will (Hendry County News),
Livestbck Sanitary Board to kill Springs and a $5 prize and from Nicodemus Slough to
following day at which some out the Texas fever tick in the go for the best snapshot of wild the end on 'the outside slope was The Happy Widow Bar, owned
fifty growers, present for a sugar state. 43 of those were killed in High monkeys taken from the deck of awarded to Paul Smith, of Haines and operated by Mrs. W. 'A. Joneson

quota discussion, were entertainedat lands and Glades counties and the a jungle cruise boat. I City who 'recently completed the state highway 164 near the

luncheon. remainder in privately owned lod- W$rile all competing photographers new lock houses at Ortona. Seaboard Air Line R. R. station in

Only one luncheon party has ges of Orange and Oscaola counties.Dr. must make their shots on July I j Mr. Smith's foreman, L. L. Lang- LaBelle was reported broken into ,n
been held at the Inn as yet, that W. V. Knapp, state veterin- 4, entrants w'ill have until mid- ford, arrived here this ''week with sometime during the early morning .:t
given by Mrs. C. M. Jarvis. arian, stated that in some sections night August 1 to submit their other supervisory employees and hours Wednesday and robbed of

The apartments are being occupied about sixty percent of the deer pictures. Each picture, according to construction work is planned to the cash register, a few quarts of

this week with Otto Larsen killed mere infested with ticks and rules, must be. accompanied by its 'start on the fence at once with an liquor and several cartons of cigar-

moving into one on Wednesdayand the average over all sections was negative. estimated, construction time of two ettes.
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Kolstadon twenty-seven percent.Approximately Ninety per cent' of the under- I and a half months for this section The cash register was carriedto

Thursday. Other apartments 75 hunters, partiLocal water movies of the country are and also 'a piece on the newly built a vacant lot nearby, smashed
made, at Silver Springs because of levee at ,Okeechobee. open and relieved of a few pennies
- -------------------------- and dimes all the
r clarity of the water and special The fencing will consist of split
in it. There checks to
I was were
underwater photographic facilities. tubular steel posts with five strands
theamount of $73.55 also, but
WANTED j i of heavy barbed wire. About thirty these were found under the wreck-
men will be employed. -
LockTendersContinued age of the register. So far no
arrests have been made.
---- Spanish War VeteransG Mrs. Jones and a daughter were

RepresentativeHave ( from page one) asleep in their living quarters

force from Ortona to Moore Haven' et New Benefits which adjoined the store and knew
nothing of, the disturbance' until
to take care of the levee fencing.
The new lock-tender's home, a morning.
Spanish war veterans who have
five room frame dwelling, is simi-
you been reading the Miami Herald? If been receiving $72 per month pen- m
lar' in design to that first one builtat ''Tobacco, Headache Cure
sion should immediately file a
so, you have seen the advertisements of RAMY the locks and which has been claim for the additional benefits In 1560 Jean Nicot the French
occupied by Mr. and Mrs. J. B. I ambassador at Lisbon
INC. and have read of the payable under a new law, Public
Cox. Mr. and Mrs. Cox, and family sent some tobacco to Catherine deMedici
541, just, enacted here. The maxi-
wonderful discovery of Charles R. Pierce moved this week into the new house as a cure for headache.
attorneyand mum rate for a Spanish war veteran -
and the old one is being occupiedby Catherine was pleased with it and
former Acting Chief Forester of the U. for non-service connected disa-
S. is said
Mr. and Mrs. W. Paul Waters. to have become quite addicted -
Government, who found the' to and The only great difference in the I Ihut bility pension is $60 per month, to its' use. Tobacco was desig-
way process heretofore there has been an nated "queen's herb" and the "sov

spin ramie fiber J 100% on conventional American method lock-tenders of construction homes and,between the 'duplex the additional amount of $12 payable ereign herb" from this circum-
: I where the veteran, was helpless and stance and Nicot himself is perpetu-
textile apartment houses is that wall-board
machinery.Have needed the constant aid of an ated in the word "nicotine" and its
been the j' instead of plaster is used in the attendant. Under the new law; derivatives.
you reading Florida ,Grower? apartments.' Each duplex has one I

If so, you know the ramie story and what ramie i three room apartment and one I 222522555555
four-room ,
means as a crop for Florida and all of the South. ,

'Ramie, the world's strongest and oldest fiber, Pleasant Weather- THE WORLD'S GOOD NEWS c"' .
will come to your home every day through
is 8 1-3 times than and
stronger cotton, it won't THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR

mildew-a perennial plant which is freezeproof, (Continued from, vage one) I. An International Daily NewspaperIt

pestproof and does as((11) 1 up records for you the world's clean, constructive doings.>The Monitor
particularly well in low, moist I Tom Shelley(7)( beat Bill Owen does not exploit crime or sensation; neither does It Ignore them,
but deals correctively with them. Features for busy men and all the
lands. Ramie, made up into cloth by hand, was Jr.,(13) 4 and 3W. family. Including the Weekly Magazine Section. .
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such a product. All Miami and vicinity is talking Cluunpionship F. D. Duff((13)Flight vs pairings Mrs. :E. :M. *..............................................Jc....................................................... .. ..............,.........
of ramie. South ,Florida is to have a ramie- VanLandingham(35)H.

processing plant. It's a great thing for south Flor J. Stein(26) Tom Shelley .''::...

ida. One ((7) :.
of the nation's '
leading agriculturaliststhe Owen Winn(19) vs D. M. Dick- :

-- Honorable Fred S. Purnell-who for inson(20)Edwin
Ward((18) vs E. M. Van- J
years was ranking member of the Committee on Landingham' CLEWISTON .j

Agriculture in the House of Representatives at Second Flight pairings:

Washington, D. C., and father of that allimportant White(15)Mrs.Robert Creech(16) vs Dr. W. J. i : COURSE '

Purnell Act, is President of the Company. A Frank Breen(35)( 'vs Mrs.L. : !
C. Betzner(35) .: ",
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man who for many years was a trustee and di- -:- ; .;. '.:':: ,I

rector in a forty-million-dollar bank is Treasurer. Kiwanis- .:;: Ib- :'" I
,The man who financed the Gandy Bridge over :!: -

Tampa Bay is General Manager. More than (Continued from page one) iI H HJ i ii iI I

twenty-five south Floridans are stockholders. by President \\'. Wl Perry to assistin I I
I plans for entertaining the East
We want a representative or two' in Coast motorcade on its ,visit next

munity. The man or ,woman selected must be Sunday were week.B.Named E. Herring on the, R.committee N.- i J Open to the Public

of good appearance and thoroughly responsible. Smith and I. M. Pafford. .
The meeting next week will be
Must be able to furnish :: .
unquestionable local ref .
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held for the first time in the, new .;. --! :'

erences. '. We will send a man to meet applicantsat Clewiston Inn Wednesday even- : I
ing and will be Ladies night. A ,..

any place named by them. large attendance is expected. ..;.. ",. ,' ,',,
o '} '
This position is of There were about twenty-one ,:. '
one importance to us and .:. '
present at the' meeting his week .:.
.a good connection for the right person. Write including Mrs.V.. \V. Perry, Mrs.H. {.

for a copy of the Florida Grower. Write all of R. Hall, Mrs. J. F. Tippey, :_:: Moderate Green Fees
Gordon Mobley' and 11. II. Knightas t
the details as to why you think can represents guests.
you ;:
in :: Exceptional ::
your district. Address the ManagerRAMY '

I Has Long Snout ,:;: interesting GreesisPAGE
SOUTHEASTERN INC. I The desman, a' small animal of I
the Pyrenc?';. }has: such a long, mo- I :
1200 Ingraham Bldg. bile rose it c'''1 i thru t it into its
." MIAMI, FLORIDA own trunk IT.ohth.S, an elephant does its I