The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00719
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: January 27, 1939
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
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System ID: UF00028415:00719
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CANE ESCAPES doubleheader here Tuesday nighton Chicago boy who recently won the

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Following the general cold spell score against South Bay was 24-22 2,260 acres of land | 1939 Everglades Match Play

," over the Everglades farming area and against Belle Glade, was 20-18. in Felda have been placed under a. J. Hardin Peterson ..
I I the past week-end which wiped out The game against South Bay was form of lease corresponding to what<br /> Landingham 1 up in an 18 hole of Florida plans to offer a bill in<br /> I the closer of the two the south<br /> almost all tender vegetable has been termed elsewhere in south<br /> crops lake torrid match at, the Clewiston Golf the House Monday to' divide the<br /> ' and damaged all crops approximately team leading until the last Florida under similar circumstancesas Club last' Sunday. Fenwick won mainland<br /> I' a '' ; cane sugar quota equally<br /> fifty per cent with the ex- quarter when scoring' sprint by "geological options," by J. C. after sinking a, four foot putt on I between Louisiana and Florida, it<br /> <br /> : ':' ception of sugar cane and cabbage, the Clewiston forwards brought Vaughan, Jr., special agent for ClemC. the last hole for his par and a' was announced in daily papers; this<br /> <br /> j _; approximately a hundred and ninety i victory. Clarke of Dallas, Texas whose signature half after having forged one hole in morning. Florida, at the<br /> <br /> I' growers of the lake section signed I I Ed Ward, playing at a guard position appears on the leases presum- the lead on No. 16 with 'a birdie 4. time, has' considerably smaller present<br /> <br /> .:; their names to a telegram which I IF I was the high, point man in ably for the Sun Oil Company, according Fighting for the right to con- quota than has Louisiana.<br /> <br /> was sent to Congress early this each of the two contests. Others to information from Felda tinue in the Championship Flight, !<br /> <br /> f' !. ,' week in which they set forth the I(I playing were: Palmer and Logan, land owners. These leases signed by they turned the first nine with An administrative hearIng', invOlving -<br /> <br /> E: damage which had been done by I I forwards; Bell, center; Crow, guard. thirteen Felda property holders, W. Fenwick 3 up. But the South Bay the mainland cane 'sugar<br /> (I area for the of determining<br /> the cold and added that they would Substitutes were Tillery, Spikes and T. Maddox; C. J. Kirk, Neely Davis, boy got down to work at this point purpose -<br /> <br /> :; not novr: be in such dire financial 11\1.I Palmer. F. B. Potts M. N. Taylor, Jesse winning both Nos. 11 and 15. Fen- proportionate shares and ,mar-<br /> <br /> ',' straits had they been able to plant I The team is arranging several Thmas, Ruth Ellen Hull, E. B. Hull, wick's iron to the 16th failed to ] keting quotas was scheduled to be<br /> '" other games with nearby teams for held in Atlanta on February 7, but ,<br /> at least half of their acreage In Gilbert' Taylor, W. H. Waldorp, Mau- hold the green and wound up in the<br /> ,<br /> the near future with a return I a later report is that the meeting<br /> r, sugar cane. game rice J N. Hall Lawrence<br /> I Taylor, : trap which eventually cost him '<br /> with Belle Glade probable for the I will be held in Mobile on the 8th.<br /> #"i: Despite the fact, that the tem- Enloe and I. L. Fitz Hugh were recorded -: : (Continued on page 8) Congressman Peterson<br /> coming week.FARM was quoted -<br /> I' tt.t'(, ,,; peratures dropped "as low as thirty yesterday at the clerk's office 1 by a Miami Herald representative -<br /> <br /> ,', Degrees in one of the plantations in the courthouse at LaBelle.<br /> ; I as follows: "My purpose is to<br /> of the United States Sugar Corporation However written into each of the KIWANIS CELEBRATES give Florida its fair quota: for<br /> <br /> ;?: Jay W. Moran, vice-president I COMMITTEE leases is a clause which says they are : sugar. If Louisiana members wantto<br /> <br /> '', and general manager of the cor- not effective as'leases unless the com- join a measure removing'<br /> <br /> .''' ,. ,-_, poration, stated this week that NAMED BY CONE pany represented spends at least SEVENTH BIRTHDAYThe sugar quotas in the United States<br /> <br /> . ';; there was absolutely no damage to $10,000 in drilling a, well, ,that the I shall go along."<br /> <br /> ,;/'- mature cane and damage to young drilling must go at least 4,000 feet,<br /> <br /> cane was so little as to be almost and that it must be done within two Clewiston 'Kiwanis Club, or-<br /> <br /> :; ,,'; negligable. The coldest spot was Reorganization of the Farm Debt years of signing of the leases. For ganized in January 1932, celebrated XEAV NURSE<br /> <br /> :" : in the Canal Point area and thet Adjustment Commission of Florida, the past year crews ,have been pros- its'seventh anniversary at the -<br /> <br /> ": ., cane had already been harvested and appointment of committees ,to pecting in the 'Felda area making 'a regular meeting Wednesday night. Miss Willie May Davis arrived<br /> <br /> : there. In most places' the temperatures conduct the organization's programIn seismographic survey, to locate oil 'This night was chosen due to the last week from Birmingham, Ala.,<br /> <br /> ,, f recorded were, well above the various counties of the State pockets in the sub-strata of the fact that it came Kiwanis, Week, to serve as a nurse in the Clewis-<br /> <br /> ;/ C freezing. was announced in' Tallahassee todayby earth's :surface, or rather to determine the twenty-fourth anniversary of ton Hospital. Miss Davis has beenin<br /> <br /> Governor Fred P. Cone. whether the Kiwanis International.' The training in the Hillman Hospitalin<br /> I the sub-strata of this<br /> <br /> '. U. S. C. Members of the Hendry County area was favorable to oil. deposits. program was arranged by I. M. Paf- Birmingham. ,'.<br /> S. Hospital<br /> ford and in charge of B. E.<br /> : Committee, to serve until July 1, White collar workers of crews in was<br /> <br /> I 1939, are: W. J. Maddpx, LaBelle; this section ,have stated that Mr. Herring., Coach Homer Wakefieldand High School Cagers<br /> <br /> ,: Nearing Completion Paul O'Bannon, LaBelle\ W. J. ,Hull, Clark has similar' leases or optionson A. W. Lawrence.Mr. .<br /> LaBelle. .Herring was the principal<br /> I more than 2,000,000 acres in other Have Busy Week<br /> {<br /> ;' speaker and in his talk he outlined .<br /> -<br /> ,v.j.. The new hospital under construction The Governor's Commission and sections of the state, but, no test ,<br /> ':, the county committees affiliated drills have been made the objectives and achievementsof<br /> by the United States Sugar are as yet.<br /> the Kiwanis Clubs with par- The Clewiston Tigers and Tiger-<br /> t'; ;-,' Corporation for their colored employees with the Federal Farm Security It has not been learned when, if<br /> : Administration ticular emphasis on the home club. ettes have had a busy week with<br /> M' : : 'I.; in the western division is in the conciliationof ever, test drills will ,be made in Fel-<br /> Using the Kiwanis motto, "We the Tigers playing' three games and<br /> rapidly nearing with any mortgage or other indebtedness da, has<br /> x. completion nor<br /> -- any announcement been Build," as the theme of the first winning one and the girls placing<br /> floors being laid and: plastering]I which' threatens ,Florida farm- made ,of the findings ,of, the, highly<br /> the<br /> part of his talk, he enumerated two without breaking into the win<br /> ..'j work underway this week. ers and growers.' with lossof ,their scientific geological.survey '<br /> : which]lag .<br /> .<br /> column.<br /> I property. The service is availableto various things ,which the club, had .<br /> The new building Is of frame con- been in progress here for mouths. It been directly instrumentat"in giv-<br /> Last the teams engaged<br /> creditors as well as to debtors. Friday night -<br /> is<br /> struction with cement-asbestos generally understood that the oil<br /> ing to Clewiston and also those<br /> the Alva<br /> " strong teams, conceded <br /> . shingles for siding and roof. It I The Governro named as membersof company's operations in a locality'depends <br /> things which they had assisted indirectly -<br /> ,r, to be the strongest teams in<br /> ' faces the highway to the sugar the State Commission: W. B. largely upon the number of<br /> in" having done, such 'as the<br /> ' the conference. Both 'local teams<br /> ;.;" ,.;. house and is just north of the Cone, Tallahassee; A. P. Spencer, leases agents are able to secure on building and lighting of a diamondball<br /> . road-I I made a gallant effort but were out-<br /> Gainesville; J. A. Texada, Jr., Gain-<br /> way leading from the sufficient acreage to justify the ex- field, the 'sponsoring of the<br /> played from the first, the girls los-<br /> ;% the new townsite village. esville; W. F. Courtney, Jacksonville penditure of a large sum of<br /> moneyto $3,000 tennis court project, the I ing 34-6 and the boys losing 33-11.<br /> ;: The spacious center room will be ; John D. Clark, 'Waverly, make a test drill. With less than work in behalf of road and bridge Lillian Shepard, veteran Alva for-<br /> ;;: ,';. Graham W. Lee, Hastings; R. T., 2,260 acres under lease it is do'ubtful<br /> a ward for patients and a screen- 'improvement, etc. He also recalledthe ward, scored twenty-five points and<br /> <br /> ; ,ed porch runs along the entire Oglesby Milton; W:. B. Bishop, whether a test drill will be madeat early days of the club when was the mainstay of her team's fast<br /> <br /> >'- ,.. length of this room. In the Monticello; George F. Westbrook, Felda unless a larger acreage is they had contributed regularly to play. .<br /> <br /> ';, ..';, wing is located the operating room I Clermont; and Daniel McCarty, Ft. obtained later.It the P.-T. ,A. milk fund as one of<br /> Pierce.S. Saturday afternoon on the local<br /> and additional wards and in the Is not known at what depth oil the ,first attempts toward aiding underprivileged -<br /> 1 court the boys team played a thriller -<br /> .<br /> south wing, the nurse's room, kitchen I Lehr Miller of Gainesville, sand was discovered at Felda, but children. In this line Jupiter<br /> with the strong team<br /> b:' reception room and an additional State FDA Supervisor, for the Farm at Buckingham over a year ago it also pointed out that hospitalization which has won all but one game out<br /> <br /> c'; : ward. Floors in a portion of the Security Administration, serves as was found at 2,000 feet. However, had been provided in a case<br /> - of eight starts, losing it by a score<br /> ,:> building will be ,of oak and in the I Executive Secretary to the Com- the depth varies in different locali- or two for correction of children'sbone into<br /> mission. of 24-19. Jupiter ,jumped a<br /> . ;-, remainder pine covered with linol-. ties.; Determination 'is arrived at by troubles, correction of poor commanding lead at the start but<br /> 1 eum. The foundation is of I Applications for assistance of In school children and<br /> : : concrete may means the very delicate seismo- eyesight a the Tiger defense tightened and the<br /> :,;' piling and all timber in the founda- be made to any member of the local graph. The Instrument which makes great amount of dental work. offense started clicking in the final<br /> <br /> tion hastermites. been treated to committee or to George W. Bower out that<br /> ' : prevent recordings is so sensitive it registers Mr. Herring also pointed ,half to throw a scare into the east<br /> ;, A store room has been of Ft. Myers, County Supervisorfor the ,vibrations of a person walking on the club had been active in preser- coast team.<br /> <br /> built in the of the main the,. Farm Security Administration. the and<br /> : rear building ground a quarter of a mile of vation of wildlife of the county<br /> r<:::';: F--> and back of this is to be constructed !! where it is stationed. that resolutions passed by the club At Naples Tuesday night the boys<br /> ; : : scored their first victory by win-<br /> \<br /> 'd' ,<, a laundry. I Prospecting', 'by oil companies has regarding willful destruction of<br /> : ning from the Naples boys by a<br /> :; Grading work preparatory to been going on. for over two years in black bass on the lake and the need<br /> Benefits of 15-13. Brantley with six'<br /> Unemployment score<br /> 'i' rr: .landscaping the lots between the Hendry and Lee counties, and in Lee for more protection for the game of<br /> led the Tigers in scoring<br /> points<br /> .:: .: hospital and the highway, is under- approximately 50,000 acres are under the county had both done consider-<br /> Are with Bill Owen accounting for four.1aldl'on ,<br /> ;., way this week as well as a marl' Now Being Paid option or lease awaiting further developments. able good. He closed by' commenting -<br /> : \" for three and Winn for<br /> I r<br /> 'i/:,,;, surfacing of the adjacent street .-LaBelle News. on the social benefits of the I<br /> .- with eight points was<br /> two. Rogers,<br /> I and that member .<br /> : leading to the townsite village. club every. was -- --<br /> mistaken belief that unemployment high for Naples. The Naples gIrlS,<br /> ... Cost of the new building is est insurance now being paid in I Citrus Agreement better able to meet each other in I however, showed definitely that<br /> of their<br /> because<br /> the business world<br /> timated at $10,000. Florida is some form of charity or I they would furnish plenty of opposition -<br /> social contacts through the club.<br /> relief sponsored by the State and r for any conference team<br /> Election<br /> On TuesdayAll Coach V/akefield, the newest<br /> Federal governments is causing a when they drubbed the Tigerettes<br /> School Board ToBorrow' member of the club, read ,a message<br /> number of Florida workers eligibleto 28-8. Kirkland with 21 points was<br /> from H. G. Hatfield of OklahomaCity<br /> such benefits under the Law to the offensive star of the game while<br /> C>, Funds citrus growers of Hendry Oklahoma, president of .the<br /> hesitate, in making, application for and Glades counties "We Johnson with four points led the<br /> ,:-, ".- are requestedto Kiwanis. International entitled, '<br /> ,,' .. jobless insurance that is due them, scoring.<br /> -- come to., Fort Denaud 'sometime Must Look Forward." The mem- Clewiston<br /> <br /> ..': The Hendry County School board according to Mr. Morrison, manager Tuesday, the 31st, between the bers found the message most interesting -<br /> <br /> ', at a special .session Tuesday after- of the office."Unemployment. hours of 9 a. m. and 6'p. m. and helpful.Mr. ART EXHIBITS TO BE<br /> <br /> noon at the courthouse ,made arrangements insurance' is not to vote on a referendum of a pro- Lawrence made a brief talk HELD IN FT. MYERS<br /> <br /> to borrow the sum of charity or in any, sense a relief pro- posed tentative citrus marketing in which he commented on the<br /> <br /> $2,500 with anticipated race track position. It is just what the name agreement. Since this is in the heart' rapid growth of the Kiwanis 'Inter<br /> <br /> funds as security, for the, purposeof implies, insurance against unem- of the citrus belt of 'both counties, national and mentioned the fact The Fort Myers chapter' of the<br /> <br /> meeting several urgent accounts. ployment," Mr. Morrison declared. no other ,polling place has been that 101,000 Kiwanlans in the American Federation of Arts which<br /> <br /> Out of this amount bus payments "Any person entitled to receive designated.Earl United States and Canada were cele- organized recently to promote interests -<br /> <br /> 'l i!. ,t will be met, ,insurance pre- such insurance should feel no hesi- R. Murray, chairman the brating this week, the founding of of art In this of section work ,done are<br /> exhibit<br /> ': miums taken care of and S. A. tancy or embarressment in filing Hendry county soil conservation: the organization., He stated that sponsoring an<br /> <br /> : Graves will be paid his salary, at his or'her claim for it. The un- committee and John Burnett, as-I' he was proud of the work done by I I by local artists in various of mediums Pueblo<br /> <br /> ' ..' ':'?.. .' least in part. SuperintendentGraves' employment trust fund from which sistant, will be at the Fort Denaud the club In Clewiston and con- '( besides a tint display<br /> ," r is held daily<br /> E.\IibltiQji<br /> ': benefit payments are made In Flor- polling I the committee Indian art.<br /> \ salary indebtedness haabeen place in charge of the re- gratulated publicity<br /> accumulating for practicallysix Ida has been built up from con- ferendum. County Agent Grover C. on the good work done with an expression -! including Sunday at the Lee Trail County at<br /> Tamiami<br /> months during which time he tributions paid on the wages of Hodge will be there part time of appreciation to the Museum on the<br /> <br /> ... hasn't been able to draw anything workers in covered' employment and helpful information will be r Clewiston News. I Edison Park, hours 2 to 9 adults p. m.<br /> free,<br /> because funds were not available. i during 1938, and was created to given ,voters on the subject involv- I He then handed each member a Children are 'admitted<br /> <br /> LaBelle News. pay benefits to eligible workers ed.-LaBelle News. questionnaire on what was considered ten cents.<br /> <br /> i when they become unemployed 'I the most important thing the Over 200 art objects of interestare<br /> <br /> through no fault of their own. They :club could now do for Clcwi&ton.The being shown besides the many<br /> <br /> ,"' The return of normally warm belong to the worker 'as' a matterof depriving himself of insura- ;e payments : ideas were varied and each Interesting exhibits belonging to<br /> , weather to the Citrus Belt I children's<br /> broughtthronging right. he is rightfully entitled :will be taken up by the board of directors the museum. Work of the<br /> thousands out to the brilliant "Any worker who is eligible to toj r but the most popular project I free Saturday drawing classes are<br /> ' and which he<br /> Florida Orange Festival, which draw such benefits receive created himself and wood carvings and<br /> Ii and is hesitating was a move to construct or have on display,<br /> 'l, '<;I' opens its largest show Monday. to, _file, an application becausehe through his own efforts and constructed a sidewalk along the marbles, work of A. Carl Brande<br /> <br /> The Festival will continue through; believes It is some form of by contributions made by his em highway connecting the two ends, of who, has opened a studio at the<br /> <br /> this 'WMk. .. -. ..,,.- -S..- "" :,,. charity is not obf t1 mitolcen but is plover when he was employed the city. .....:: : _", -.i;"''(/'''u ,muse111n.' ". .. ... ", ,<br /> <br /> <br /><br /> 4<br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> --<br /> <br /> .. X<br /> w*' .WWCiP 't<br /> <br /> PhzISzy Weekly News Analysis UNIFORM IMPROVED INTERNATIONM ,.THE CHEERFUL CHERUB. ) F<br /> <br /> <br /> Sharp Foreign Policy Shifts g I C'a.J\t <Jet cultured I<br /> <br /> : SUNDAY<br /> ILessora dy by 4w<br /> <br /> It"Saves TimeIt Follow Rome .Collapse By Dean HAROLD of The c.Moody. :flIi'dstlaut U' I plod through Tune<br /> <br /> of Chicago. books unmoved.<br /> is because of that line in the Western Newspaper Union deep<br /> W. Bine<br /> La<br /> vnarriage service "With all my By Joseph Why is it when I aim<br /> <br /> I thee endow," that<br /> goods<br /> worldly ; be sold down the river by democracies. Lesson for January 29 30 high<br /> the guests give the wedding presents EDITOR'S NOTE-When opinions .t" .<br /> But when Chamberlain re<br /> to the bride in ,the first place. expressed in these columns, they are thoseof Fly mind just tates to )<br /> fused'to concede the Musso-<br /> and not necessarilyof point,<br /> the news analyst Lesson subjects and Scripture texts se-<br /> The vice of the nearly virtuous the newspaper.International.. lini's controlled press announced: it lected and copyrighted by International be. improved?<br /> selfsatisfaction.What Council Education used by<br /> of Religious :<br /> is<br /> would be "absolutely useless to permission. rt1 C'.H (b.<br /> 00<br /> supports our money system <br /> speak of arbitration and mediation"in PETER DECLARES HIS LOVE<br /> j is not gold, but confidence. settling Europe's problems until<br /> <br /> The Greater Injury Why, they did not know, but from the Insurgents won the Spanish war. LESSON TEXT-John 211119. i<br /> every nook and cranny of the world GOLDEN TEXT-U ye love me. keep mycommandments. Deli TUI' l<br /> We ought to be more: offendedat statesmen bound for Geneva As if to hasten this outcome, the .-John 14:15. _<br /> <br /> extravagant praise than at where came under leaden 'skies openedthe "Chamberlain< offensive" swept into ARI sytAYMU __.... r<br /> harsh criticism. Catalonia and drew near Barcelona. "Lovest thou me?" This is the<br /> of<br /> 104th session of the League<br /> Folks don't' confess their errors Nations., admitted the Obviously Mussolini wants to wind question our Lord asked Peter. It WNU Service.<br /> Spokesmen<br /> because they don't like to even in up the war, release his troops from comes .to us today. Do we love our<br /> League was forgotten a new era<br /> remember them. of "power politics" in which four Spain and 'consolidate his positionin Lord? It is a simple question, but<br /> <br /> Go Straight to Go RoundYou've nations (Britain France, Italy and the Mediterranean in prepara- also a very searching :one. "We<br /> tion for renewed demands against may know much, and do much, and TIPS<br /> got to keep to the Germany) appeared destined to t0<br /> France.: Meanwhile; in Paris Premier<br /> and<br /> profess much, and talk much,<br /> straight path if you-wish to travelin guide the world to war or peace.Geneva's .<br /> the best circles. convocation would have Edouard Daladier's Radical work much, and give much, and go GardenersRock<br /> Socialist party demanded govern- through 'much, and make much<br /> History repeats itself because been dolorous anyway, but on its<br /> <br /> humanity repeats itself-and never eve two great statesmen met in ---.........-..-.-- show in our religion, and yet be<br /> dead before God from want of love )<br /> could not<br /> grows tired of it. Rome and found they '<br /> There is no life where thereis<br /> A man who was very curious agree. Overnight, with lightning I<br /> no love Knowledge, ,ortho- Garden Advice<br /> as to what people at a party say speed, the forces of democracy vs.<br /> about him when he leaves, once dictatorship shifted to more posi- doxy, correct views a respect- SELECTION of flowers and their '<br /> able moral -life all these do not<br /> sound out. It was: Nothing. tive, more threatening positions. the garden can<br /> You like a man who is inter- When British Prime Minister Neville I' make up a true Christian. There make or break your rock garden.<br /> <br /> sted in himself and in you; and Chamberlain went to Rome for > must be some personal feeling toward Therefore, descriptions on seed<br /> yOU shy away from one who works consultation with Premier Benito r Christ" (J. C. Ryle). packets must be read carefully<br /> <br /> :limself into a lather over the Mussolini, he knew his political future ;ac''a The instructive story, the centerof when seeds are bought, and the<br /> <br /> woes of the world. hung in the balance. For 18 which is Peter's declaration of plan .of the rock, garden must be<br /> months he had subscribed to the W AIi love for Christ; presents a pictureof carefully 'worked out.<br /> a life of true devotion and service.I. .<br /> .<br /> of dic ,<br /> unpopular course appeasing Creeping plants, for instance, l<br /> tators. Munich's "peace" treaty had $ Fishing at Christ's Commandv. should be allowed to make carpetsof<br /> <br /> Wait Mother been followed by Italian territorial ( .11). color in the larger soil pockets.<br /> <br /> demands against Britain's ally, Peter had led the :disciples in a Erect plants may be used in flat<br /> <br /> France. Invocation, of the Anglo- fruitless fishing expedition (vv. 2,' spaces. Trailing plants should be<br /> Ask Your Italian friendship pact had, been followed 3). There may have been some unbelieving allowed to droop over the face of<br /> <br /> by an even more aggressive self-will in his "I go a- rocks, or they may be placed at<br /> Italian participation in the Spanish fishing." It also have been the<br /> 1' may the top of a bank or wall.<br /> D'octo'r Fi rstNever war Obviously appeasement wasa need of food on the part of the In smaller crevices, tufted<br /> who had been sent<br /> failure. Th disciples not yet plants with rosettes of foliage and<br /> When, after two days of conversations forth to preach. But in any case short flower stalks are, suitable.<br /> <br /> Mr. Chamberlain left for i they caught nothing until they wentto Ordinary garden or bedding plants<br /> <br /> home,without an announcement, the work at the Lord's direction. should be eliminated from consideration ,<br /> <br /> world knew what had happened. Appeasement Useless and pathetic is the effortof for the rock garden, it \<br /> as a peace weapon was the Church to win men to Christ is advised ,<br /> by Harry A. Joy, flower<br /> abandoned. Britain had straightened, VISCOUNT HALIFAX except as He directs and blesses the expert.<br /> lead with her chin work. He knows when where and<br /> up, deciding to England will come to the rescue. True rock garden plants grow<br /> instead of the palm of her hand. how we ought to fish for men. Let less than 10 inches',tall. Use only<br /> <br /> This news had hardly been flashed ment intervention to prevent a us seek His guidance rather than low-growing annuals and perennials <br /> <br /> ,before news of resultant' develop- Rebel victory in Spain, arguing that suffer the disappointment which that grow among rocks in their<br /> ments began flashing back from key such an outcome would threaten goes with man-directed campaignsand native haunts-those that belong<br /> < -<br /> world capitals: France's Mediterranean communi "drives." by nature among stones.<br /> <br /> cations. II. Fellowship With the Lord (vv.<br /> <br /> BUDAPESTAlmost 12-14)).<br /> <br /> unnoticed the dayMr.. PARIS There are some folk who seem to<br /> A Three<br /> Chamberlain arrived in Rome was There no longer remains doubt think that following ,Christ is a doleful Days' Cough _<br /> <br /> the announcement that Hungary had that the French-Italian argumentwill matter, devoid of every pleasant Your .J,<br /> children unknown DangerSignal<br /> give your recognized Japan's puppet state of supply Europe with its next cri contact. Jesus never taught any<br /> "Bargain" remedies to take un- Manchukuo. The past few years sis. Prior to the ChamberlainMussolini such thing. He attended weddingsand No matter how many medicineL<br /> <br /> less you ask your doctor.A have seen Hungary vainly attempting conversations it looked like dinners even in the homes of you have trt d'for your common. -<br /> cough, chest cold, or bronchial irritation<br /> mother may save a few pennies to straddle the fence; keeping' France might have to face this dictator those despised by men. Rememberthat you may get relief now with<br /> giving her children unknown prep peace with Germany rand Italy, threat alone, thanks to Brit He always did it for their -spiritual Creomulsion. Serious trouble may<br /> arations. But a child's life is precious meanwhile maintaining cordial relations ain's hesitancy over insulting,.Ger-' good, not merely for His own be brewing and you cannot affordto<br /> beyond pennies. So-Ask your with Britain. But Count Ste- many and Italy. But immediatelyafter enjoyment; and that He always take a chance with any remedy<br /> less<br /> than Creomulsion<br /> potent ,which<br /> doctor before you give any remedyyou phen Csaky, foreign minister, has, the conference British Foreign brought the gathering up to His own goes right to the seat of the trouble<br /> don't know all about. been squinting at new developmentswith Secretary Viscount Halifax left 'for' 'spiritual level, rather than stoopingto and aids nature to soothe and heal<br /> <br /> And when giving the common an eye.to changing his position.A Geneva where he met French For- any worldly or wicked standards. the inflamed mucous membranesand<br /> children's remedy, milk of mag- week before the Rome-London Here we find Him with a glowingfire to loosen and expel germ-<br /> Minister Bonnet. It<br /> eign Georges laden<br /> ask phlegm.<br /> nesia for<br /> always "Phillips"Milk<br /> of Magnesia. conversations, Poland Hungary's authoritatively learned that upon which fish is broiling and Even if other remedies have failed,<br /> unofficial ally in eastern ..Europe Halifax assured Bonnet that Eng- with bread ready for the hungry don't be discouraged, try Creomul-<br /> Because for three generationsPhillips' had abandoned her independent fishermen. It is just like Him thusto sion. Your druggist is authorized to<br /> has been'favored by many position land will go to France's aid if she is, refund<br /> your money if you are not<br /> and her bonds with meet in most delightful and satis-<br /> ,<br /> physicians as a standard, reliable tightened attacked by any other country, including thoroughly satisfied with the bene-<br /> and proved preparation marvel- Germany. Count Csaky realized this Italy fying fellowship those who serve fits obtained. Creomulsion is one (<br /> ously gentle for youngsters. left Hungary uncomfortably isolat Him. Draw up to the fire, Christian word,ask for it plainly, see that the<br /> <br /> .Many children like Phillips' in ed. When news from Rome heralded rOKYOWhen friends who are standing afar off. name on the bottle is Creomulsion,<br /> and the<br /> you'll get genuine productand<br /> the newer form-tiny peppermint- a sharpened definition of policy III. Feeding His Flock (vv. 15-17). the relief you want. (Adv.)<br /> London heard that Chamberlain<br /> flavored tablets that chew like between democracies and dictators, Many (perhaps most) after-dinner<br /> I candy. Each tablet contains' the Count Csaky decided to cast his lot had abandoned his appease- speeches and conversations yield lit-<br /> equivalent of one teaspoonful of the with dictatorships. Thus Hungary ment policy, the foreign office immediately Here is occasion when Place of AmusementLet<br /> tle profit. an<br /> liquid Phillips.' 25 j;? for a big box. emboldened, itself like a' amusement fill up the chinks<br /> the One<br /> such not<br /> won-<br /> was case.<br /> .A bottle of Phillips' liquid Milkof youngster with a new slingshot. 'of your existence, but not the<br /> whether would be wiseto<br /> X :j. .k ii: 'NAYSi: / ders we not<br /> yEV<br /> but 25 .<br /> Magnesia costs ; Soanyone<br /> ) Looking around for places to drain great spaces thereof.-T. Parker.<br /> take the and turn<br /> suggestion our<br /> can afford the genuine. Careful ,<br /> off a long pent-up wrath, it turned<br /> mothers ask for it by its full namePHILLIPS' i a fYQ thoughts and those of our dinner<br /> attention first to Japan..<br /> "Phillips'Milkof Magnesia. guests to spiritual things. Surely it<br /> I @ For some time there have been should be so' among Christian relievesCOLDS 1<br /> <br /> MILK OF MAGNESIA $ n ,hints of U. S.-British "parallel ac friends and in a Christian home.<br /> tion" against Japan for violation of 6 6 6" first day.<br /> *IN LIQUID OR TABLET FORM Three times ,Peter is asked to de- -<br /> F the 1922 nine-power pact which Headachesand<br /> for Christ.<br /> guaranteed China's "open door." clare his love Such a Fever<br /> <br /> The Idle One But this parallel action has hereto public confession was quite in place, LIQUID TABLETS due to Colds<br /> The most unhappy man or wom- fore been one-sided, as witness the before the man who had thrice denied SALVE NOSE DROPS In SO minutes.<br /> <br /> an on earth is the one who risesin huge U. S. credit grant to China his Lord is restored to a place Try"Rnb-My-Tism"-a Wonderful Liniment<br /> <br /> the morning with nothing to do compared with Britain's tiny credit 'of leadership. The words "mora<br /> <br /> and wonders, how he will pass off 1Y6 r' allowance. But Washington's strong than these" (v. 15), indicate that<br /> <br /> the day-Shaw.B *.', protest note to Tokyo last ,December Jesus was asking of him a high Our Will<br /> 31 was velvet smooth comparedwith measure of devotion. It is no more Our will determines, not our intellect. <br /> <br /> L the protest British.Ambassador than He has a right to expect of us. .-Edmund Waller.<br /> <br /> 'n n1 SCOMFORTLlEY t .S// ; s Sir Robert L. Craigie was called The expression of love to Christ 1<br /> upon to hand Japan after the Rome means practically nothing except as<br /> <br /> Do i fi/ e 'conversations. Excerpts: it manifests itself in service. We, M !<br /> <br /> % \ "His majesty's government is at like Peter, are to be diligent about SDDTHEMINORBlJRNSJJj<br /> <br /> a loss to understand how (former feeding His flock, whether they be -<br /> <br /> S 0 Japanese premier) Prince Konoe's the young and inexperienced lambs,<br /> <br /> assurance that Japan seeks no territory or the mature sheep of the fold..<br /> and respects the sovereigntyof Observe that we are to catch the First Catch the Bear<br /> <br /> China can be reconciled with the fish (the unconverted) and feed the' Sell not the bear's skin before<br /> Wc : .ac declared intention of the Japanese flock (the redeemed). you have caught the bear.<br /> <br /> HUNGARY'S CSAKYHe government to compel the Chinese IV. Following Christ to the End<br /> <br /> chose to follow dictators. people to accept conditions involving (vv. 18, 19).,<br /> 0 s'0 surrender 'of their political The Christian (and surely the 1<br /> <br /> joined the ItalianGermanJapanesepact economic and cultural life to Japanese ,Christian worker) is to glorify God<br /> 1I against communism and made control." 'even by his death (v. 19). What 'a<br /> <br /> plans to leave the League of Na- significant reply John Wesley made' I I "Cap cOUR--Brush"Applicator ,<br /> <br /> I tions., A safe prediction is that Poland IFICANCE when his followers were criticized: JUST A nulces"BLACK LEAF 40';<br /> Are Dependable will follow suit. Behind the MussoliniChamberlainimpasse "At any rate, our people die well." DASH IN FEATHERS.7 CO MUCH FARTHER<br /> <br /> I Peter was to go on to the end, know-<br /> Blackman's Medicated LM-A-Brlk BARCELONA, which precipitated these ORf SPREAD ONllnclfl<br /> B. Blackman'i Stock: Powder HI events was the unseen hand of U. S. ing that he faced martyrdom for<br /> <br /> B Blackman's Cow Tonic'Bleckman'sHos French, sympathies in the Spanish disgust over London's vaccilating Christ.<br /> Powder B civil lie with But we are not only called to die<br /> Blackman's Poultry Powder war Loyalists; Italy's foreign policy. But just as impor- MERCHANDISE<br /> .Blackmail's Poultry Tablets RJ .sympathies-and support-lie with tant was Londpn's assurance, that like Christians, we are to live for<br /> Blackman's Lice Powder Rebels. This animosity has wid- the U. S. planned to build up its Him. When Jesus "had.spoken this,<br /> HIGHEST QUAllT'l tOWFST COST 'B ened the Rome-Paris breach over armed forces under President he saith unto him, Follow' me" (v. N<br /> <br /> flfl SATISFACTION GUARANTEED Italian territorial'demands in Tuni- Roosevelt's two-year, $552,000,000 19)). Just as,we said that the Church ,Must Be GOOD ti<br /> <br /> OR YOUR MONEY BACK B sia, Corsica, Djibouti and other emergency defense program. Re- needs more divine directing and less<br /> <br /> BUY FROM YOUR DEALER French points. Just before Mr. gardless of the cause, regardless of.' human driving, so 'we say ,that" the 8 to be ..<br /> H Chamberlain left for Rome, Rebels the resultant consolidation'mpves by crying-- need of the:'CHurch \now is ) I<br /> BLACKMAN began a well-timed offensive in totalitarian states, both France and not.'more lead rsbut; a'gr ater host 1 ConsistentlyAdvertised 0<br /> <br /> STOCK MEDICINE C0. northeastern Catalonia, aimed to Britain are inclined to believe they of faithful followers of Jesus. Will k<br /> <br /> ,. -CHATTANOOGA?TENN. show the prime minister that Loyalist have seen the last of democratic I you, because you love Him, follow BUY ADVERTISED GOODS<br /> Spain was weakening and should concessions to dictators. Him in life and death?<br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> -u __ _,, __. ,<br /> <br /> <br /><br /> -<br /> .<br /> <br /> <br /> " : I DIZZY DRAMAS-JVoii; Playmg-"WILLIE" By Joe Bowers II<br /> <br /> <br /> , ("'\ Brown Bomber Strikes Again HM-MMMM ? e WILLIE ..' .<br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> s<br /> .. :.<br /> '<br /> 1 M( o o w1TN YOtR<br /> <br /> <br /> ,<br /> < yaW. '<br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> t' .. .". _.- .- -.. .. .' .. ..'.'- .<br /> <br /> 1:', NEXT TIME ( THEM YOU'LL<br /> f W NECK .<br /> : ; -, ,,<br /> V<br /> PLEASE WRVTE. .. .* FAULTwiTH'A\Y f'<br /> SO THAT:"1 :r<br /> I ty VSPECUING<br /> o<br /> CAN REAP ,'"<br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> II'I' L1r7T ITWHATt : r wn<br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> : (:<br /> <br /> <br /> t 1 a'"' lr :<br /> ! : ;, EAT.nd-NYHY I<br /> 55<br /> I tr",,''%'n___'taws s4 %F_., a ck.xi\ .. S,, awaei a :wwao s abki, t a w.... a .,N a,x ay:artacb a wi.u kr a<br /> <br /> <br /> L Seldom has Twentieth Century sportdom seen a figure so sensational ... .<br /> <br /> and consistently spectacular as Joe Louis, heavyweight cham- Nutsl dally i good when combined with<br /> ,. C. Houston Goudiss Analyzes Food Values of ; vegetables or a carbohydrate<br /> pion who icon his title,on June 22, 1937, by knocking out James J. such rice hoodles<br /> food as or and<br /> Braddock in the seventh round of a scheduled 15 round bout. Joe Discusses Their Place' in the Menu made into croquettes, patties, and<br /> <br /> Louis is again in the news because he risks his title again January 27. \. casserole 'combinations that .constitute '<br /> <br /> Negro Louis (above left) will fight John Henry Lewis (above right), By C. HOUSTON GOUDISS a one-dish main course.A .<br /> <br /> light heavyweight titleholder and also a Negro, a'boxer' whose success THERE is one food that can.lay claim to being almost ,uni-<br /> <br /> has been almost as sensational as that of the "brown bomber." In It is eaten, with relish by people in almost every Food'-:Not a Tidbit<br /> <br /> 1937 he rose like lightning, winning 11 out. of 12 bouts. But Joe quarter of the globe. It forms a main article of diet for the Nutritionists are of the opinion<br /> <br /> Louis has fought about natives of some tropical countries, .and' is said to have been that nuts might well constitute a<br /> <br /> 39 times since July 4, important in the'dietary of,.early settlers in.America. I refer' \larger ,part of the American :diet<br /> <br /> 1934, and has'lost only to nuts. arychiefly because they are<br /> That was when such an economical source of<br /> once. protein <br /> Nuts of seeds. But unlike. other seeds<br /> most.<br /> '- course, ,are and of values.<br /> Max Schmeling, the energy Though<br /> German, knocked him used for food by man, they 'gro\V 'hi a hard'. .shell. that does they .can be used for a main dishas<br /> '<br /> { out in the 12th round, not open naturally when r pe.< an alternative to meat, it is not<br /> <br /> upsetting all the dope e This forms a sealed package I serts .. the fruit-nut combina- advisable to allow them .replace<br /> milk<br /> or<br /> i ,,' buckets and making J 4: which makes nuts easy to tion usually supplies a substantial eggs.<br /> It is. highly desirable,,however,<br /> fans a bit dubious about store, and comparatively easyto amount of minerals and vitamins. that homemakers and their families -<br /> <br /> his "invincibility." ,keep. regard nuts' as a food and not<br /> <br /> '<":,'.".' ,- '. "."'.::.:::.::.,>,:' .",...'... Place i in the Menu as a tidbit to be served at the end<br /> : : < 'of a meal that is already nutritionally <br /> \ ft ,% ; ,n A Concentrated Food Because..of. their content of protein adequate.<br /> <br /> ........, ', ,,, ." .' .. ,"H Nuts concentrated a"nd.fat, nuts are ,frequently<br /> > = .:,...;..;:""'. ...,.;:._...t are a highly<br /> food and provide a large amountof compared with 'meats and maybe<br /> A Last June 22 Louis met Mastication Desirable<br /> : : < food value in a used interchangeably with < Thorough<br /> <br /> / I .Schmeling'' again. Earlier, For- small, convenientform. meats. They make a splendid pro- It is also important to encourage -<br /> <br /> ; 4 vw mer Champion Jim Braddockand .. Once they tein food to serve:at lunch, supperor the thorough chewing of nuts,<br /> <br /> Jack Dempsey visited ,him at t ( are shelled, thereis even dinner. .They"are. espe- as this helps to make them'more<br /> <br /> camp. Said Braddock: "I be- very little wastein .easily digestible. For children, nut<br /> <br /> o lieve he will turn'the trick in five using them. It Memorized butters' 'are especially desirable.<br /> <br /> rr rounds." Joe fooled him. After has been suggested Quickly Some nuts are also prepared in<br /> <br /> 2:04 minutes, the shortest, cham- :' -,:. therefore, that Square Is Exclusive the form: of meal ,or pastes. In<br /> these<br /> forms it is 'not difficult for<br /> they might profita-<br /> c.r 1 u pionship bout on record, Announcer bly in the" the digestive juices to penetrate<br /> r J y rJ'% appear<br /> y rr Harry Balough raised them and nuts be consid-<br /> > may<br /> .ii o- k. Sc daily menu' far<br /> .<br /> r' dn th4<br /> c."f J t: ; ?r<br /> s. the victor's hand.<br /> Joe floored more. frequentlythan ered as easily digestible as other<br /> <br /> Max three times in the first they.do.. foods, of. similar composition. Be-<br /> <br /> <, round, only .to have.Schmeling'sseconds There are many, cause they. are highly concentrated -<br /> <br /> throw in the towel to different kinds of nuts and they as we have seen-it is also ad-<br /> .. ,- visable include foods containinga<br /> mercifully end the barrage. vary in composition. Some' of<br /> 1.- them contain large amounts of generous amount' of bulk or cellulose -<br /> when nuts are included in a<br /> both protein -and fat. Others, con- !<br /> <br /> tain a preponderance of fat, whilea 7+ aa menu.. ,<br /> <!:-WNU.-C. 'Houston Goudiss-1939-47.<br /> third group is starchy.The ,<br /> <br /> protein of many nuts has<br /> <br /> been found to be rather similar to .<br /> that in meat and fish. In fact, mq -<br /> ih<br /> most nuts are classed as complete<br /> ,..-<br /> proteins, meaning that their pro- : 0 ;<br /> <br /> tein is of a type which is. capable .; J<br /> :<br /> Ipw4rp/3vJ- both of supporting growth and repairing K" Y'"<br /> <br /> worn-out body*tissue. .<br /> p"/<br /> )<br /> i\9f jj ,<br /> M ', wK4 ,SfC>.: mot ,<br /> j Comparison With Grains<br /> ;;<br /> Because they are somewhat SPECIAlR"CQmpltte<br /> <br /> similar in nutritional character,<br /> <br /> oQ0 ; +R;:y i..a'Y1 Sjt% rt, .:,:., ..,. f: nuts have been compared to vari-<br /> ous grains. In regard to protein, Garden<br /> <br /> however, they may be said to<br /> serve as a supplement to the proteins I Pattern 1849 For fL.p<br /> <br /> of some grains. Use those odd moments ( Value $2.25)<br /> up Regular<br /> ..Y..v.yf The high fuel value of many<br /> nuts is due to their fat content.. crocheting this square that you'llknow lb. Stringless Green Pod Bush Bean<br /> r Louis in by heart in no time. Six I McCaslan Polo Bean<br /> form<br /> , I \ teas top Coconuts, pecans and walnuts are L or.Asgrow Wonder Beet<br /> that night, as shown especially rich in fat, containing inches in string, an excellent size 1 pkt. Long Island Wake ield Cabbage .<br /> for cloths and it also' 1 pkt. Hastings'Eden Com Cantaloupe<br /> spreads,<br /> by the above picture. respectively 50.6 per, cent, 70.5 per 1 plct..Imperator.Carrot<br /> Schmeling completely :cent, and 64.4 per cent of fat. A lends itself effectively to many 1 pkt. Hastings' Cabbage Colloid<br /> 1 pkt.Whit* Spine Cucumber<br /> small accessories in finer cotton.Pa'<br /> '.' missed a left to the head ','few varieties, such as chestnuts 1 pkt. Icobur Lettuce<br /> and lichi nuts, so popular with ern _1849 contains directionsfor 1 pkt. Stone Mountain Watermelon<br /> : as Joe drove a right up. 1 pkt. Perkins Green: Pod Okra<br /> .' the Chinese, are more notable for making the square; illustra- 1 pkt. Prizetaker Onion .<br /> ; percut to the chin and their carbohydrates. Like most tions of, it and of stitches; mate' / lb. John L. Extra Early English Pea<br /> his left into action. .,'. 1 pkt. World Beater Pepper \<br /> rials 'of<br /> swung( starchy foods, chestnuts are improved required; photograph 1 oz. Rosy Gem Radish<br /> ;, This was revenge, and it by cooking, and there- square. 1 pkt. Yellow Crookneck Squash<br /> <br /> ::' brought joy to the young fore, are preferably roasted be- Send 15 cents in stamps or coins 1 1 oz.pkt.Shogoin Everbearing Turnip Globe. Tomato<br /> <br /> sters at Detroit's Breic- fore eating. Fresh chestnuts,,con (coins preferred) for this patternto (18 Varieties V.gotables-Value. $1.75).<br /> <br /> . :': ster Center, where Joe tain a little over 42 per cent and The Sewing Circle'NeedlecraftDept. ALSO 1 pkt.:California Blue Bell<br /> <br /> - ; ... received his first boxing dried chestnuts little over 74 per .,. 82 Eighth.. Ave., New. ,York, 1 1 pkt.pkt. Japanese California Sunflower Poppy .<br /> .<br /> .<br /> SS t.. 11 lesson. At right he is cent of carbohydrates. N. Y. 1 pkt. Blue Bedder Echium,<br /> - Please write your name,: ad- 1 pkt. Mixed Candytuft<br /> shown holding two hero (5 Varieties Easily Grown Flow.rs.Volu.50c)<br /> dress: and pattern number plainly. Complete Garden-total value $2.25-sent<br /> worshipers who hope to ,kCy r Mineral and VitaminValuesThe for $1.00, Postpaid. Send for It TODAY.H. .<br /> follow in his ri\4 G. Hastings Box 4088. Atlanta, Ga.<br /> steps. amount of mineral salts in MY 1939 CATALOG SENT FREE: ON REQUESTs<br /> ...<br /> ym.n..h )yzfir nuts varies with, the type. Gen- r<br /> <br /> erally speaking, however, nuts are Constipated? You '<br /> considered a rich source of phos-<br /> "k phorus and a good source of man- Should Get at the Cause!<br /> (Rt jf.<br /> :: :<br /> N .f ganese and of copper and iron, required '<br /> { / s .<br /> <t .29Jur for the formation of the Lots"regular"of people without think frequent they can't tripsto be 'l<br /> <br /> \ i o r hemoglobin or red pigment in the<br /> t tr the medicine chest. "I just isTraditional Among<br /> blood. dose up and get It over,"they tell<br /> ri But doctors know ,they Smart New Yorkers<br /> .r /t W'hlix y Most nuts are considered poor you.<br /> don't"get it over"at all-until they The 'Sheltori is more than a<br /> ata<br /> 4f of calcium<br /> / Mr w4J.f::% source ; or at best'only<br /> ; get at the cause of the trouble!<br /> hotel it is Now York institution -<br /> a<br /> a fair source of this mineral whichis Chances are it's simple'to find ;<br /> Its'rooms 'are famed<br /> required for helping to build the cause if you eat only what<br /> teeth and bones. Two noted in- most people do-meat, bread, for their comfort; its two restaurants -<br /> potatoes. It's likely you don't get for their superior<br /> vestigators, however, determinedas enough 'bulk.' And "bulk" food. Its.big swimming pool<br /> a result of careful experiments, doesn't mean a lot of food. It's a is'a favored meeting place of<br /> f f that in adults the calcium of almonds kind of food that isn't consumedin the'younger set;' its restful ,<br /> %. 5'r c1r Cr. the body, but leaves a soft<br /> f % i ; % y ) was fairly well utilized by "bulky" mass in the intestinesand solarium, a quiet place of repose -<br /> <br /> I .the body. It is not as well utilized, helps a bowel movement. ; its'. famous "Shelton<br /> f r however, as the calcium of milk. If that fits you,your ticket is a Corner Bar"'is noted for its .<br /> breakfast.cercalKel.- fine liquors .<br /> crunchy<br /> Nuts are not regarded as a significant<br /> logg's All-Bran. It contains the And All,Ticfa Outstanding '.,<br /> source of any vitamin ex- "bulk" need plus the great at<br /> A V iOtW' r ,- .- '-_...._/.._ .. "" ....._... ." .__ m "' .',"._A. cept B, though some kinds have Intestinal you tonic,vitamin p,. 'Advantage. ',Rea.ona.b.Ratu.Surprisingly<br /> , also been found to contain vitaminA. Eat :All-Bran every day, drink '<br /> SHSI.TOMLEXINGTON<br /> Hotel<br /> \ ff A sensible, calm-headed fighter, Joe Louis is retiring in private As they 'are frequently servedin plenty of water, and just watch ,<br /> 1 the old world brighter I AVE. 48th-49th Sts. '<br /> Much grow -<br /> life. his<br /> of he attributes his<br /> success to Marva Trotter<br /> wife, combination with fruits, how- Made by Kellogg in Battle Creek.j NEW YORK CITY<br /> Louis, shown here eating breakfast with him the morning after he ever in salads and as des-<br /> trounced Max Schmeling.<br /> <br /> <br /><br /> FOUR ---- ..._.,... """" ., THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY, JAXUAUY 27, 1930<br /> ------<br /> .. ,<br /> The Clewiston News I found two or three feet below the the high water mark: and the. low IS YOUR SUBSCIUPTON PAID?<br /> extreme wash of the waves. As the water mark so that part of the ... '<br /> tide ebbs they emerge from the time during the night they will be -<br /> <br /> ., at intervals of fifteen or twen- submerged and part of the time exposed ..... . ...* .... ....... ......... N,..N .. f J"<br /> N N .<br /> Published every Friday In CIew| ton, I sapd .*".Z"i't"*N iM."t"l"i''&N'H. NON''.N. .*% *.N.N.N..v. .H.N.N. .N. 1. .N..<br /> Florida, by the CLUWISTON: NEWS, ty minutes and allow the receding to the air. In the morning ---- i 1 ,<br /> -- ------<br /> Ine ti ILLY<br /> waves to carry them a foot'or so all of the sacks are opened, the I .?<br /> <br /> nearer the water's edge. Then be Coquinas again washed in the open I :s:<br /> KEATHLEY DOTVDEPT, fore the next incoming wave reaches Gulf, resacked, and hauled to, the J.,<br /> EdJtor'I {<br /> I them, with a sudden protrusionof canning plant.<br /> <br /> Entered as second class mail mattc-z I'' a tongue or mantle and a quick Few states offer as many oppor- ; '<br /> February 1, 1927 at'the' Post Office In turn they bury themselves with : II<br /> Clewlston, Florida, under the Act of tunities for new Industries, as does CLEWIS TON 60LP' ,<br /> March 3, 1897.Subscription. I lightning speed to a depth of about Florida. Luke Gates deserves ,<br /> <br /> I one-half inch In the sand, where credit. for his courage and .enterprise -<br /> they remain buried for another per- I in the promotion of this one ,:<br /> Rate $2.00 Per Year.<br /> .<br /> iod of from fifteen to twenty min- and my wish is that he meet with I<br /> <br /> Advertising Rates On Application. utes. Then at what appears to bea the success ho deserves. tIN :, COURSE'<br /> <br /> prearranged signal, millions of I,, ._<br /> Devoted to the advancement and wel- them will pop up out of the sand .t .' .: .?<br /> fare of Clewlston and Hendry County. and repeat the operation by ridingto I :. or' '.<br /> THE CIRCUIT HEN DRY : ;<br /> the edge of theah. mfr hradarto COUNTY, FLORIDA.COURT .' : : :!: Jt<br /> another wave a foot or two nearer NOTICE<br /> The bank night has gone the way Notice Is hereby given that the'. t :i:<br /> the water's edge.. undersigned will on the 7th day of<br /> of the slot machine. And to the .s.<br /> genuine relief of must?the ter-goers. This procedure is repeate'd continually Judge February of the A. D.above 1939 styled apply Court to 'rho for<br /> <br /> until about an hour//before an order adopting to the undersIgned :; :<br /> low tide, when they go into the the following minor Children Vi7I<br /> Not atone the Jacksonville Times- Larry Arthur Davis age 4 years and I 'I<br /> sand and remain buried At this Robert Morris Davis age 1 and \*> I<br /> Union, nor the newspaper fratern- point until the tide reaches the low years. the Public 1<br /> ity of Florida, but the entire state J. Li. Brantley, I .. Open ]<br /> Powell water mark. When the tide turns :Mrs.: J. L. (Rebeca) 13 rnntlU)'. .<br /> mourns the death of Avery .r<br /> and the first few Incoming waves C.N.-Jan. 6, 13, 20. 21, Feb. 3. :<br /> dean of newspaper paragraphers, ,.<br /> 'wash over the buried Coquinas, the .s.<br /> this week.Is .<br /> I .s.<br /> procedure i ip repeated except>t that ""- ? .s.<br /> their movement Is controlled by the j. M. COUSE .s. i<br /> <br /> oil, sought for :so long and in Incoming waves until at. extreme Law ':: ,, _,. ,. ,'. .. -,<br /> so many spots in Florida, at last to high water the Coquinas have again Counselor and Attorney at > 'r L' ', ," :- =i:<br /> <br /> be discovered In Hendry County? reached their original position on Hopkins Building, : ". ,;,., ... .,," .,.. ..<br /> <br /> The filing' of leases in LaBelle this the beach. -' Wednesdays and Saturdays \, ::< ::<br /> week leads to the belief that some 9:30 ,to 4:00 "'.><br /> this<br /> The harvesting of unique ,<br /> ..<br /> such thing may take place. I crop is done by manual labor and is I ,. Moderate Green Fees : \ :: _:<br /> i<br /> I controlled entirely by the various<br /> It is, rumored that a move is on actions of the tides during the I It Exceptional Fairwaysoj: < '<br /> to do away with the. Murphy Act as month. Specially designed screensof D 1 r' .<br /> <br /> soon ,as. the 1939 legislative session suitable mesh are used, which Interesting Greens.<br /> '<br /> opens. Whether that be true or not permits the sand to be washed from<br /> Z ,<br /> .<br /> there remains little time in whichto<br /> the Coquinas as they are shoveled<br /> <br /> clear the back taxes on your from the beach. The harvesting is .**.............:.............:;...............................................'.......<...<.............-..................................,...............................'.<br /> property under the, act so it mightbe conducted by a 3-man crew. Their<br /> <br /> wise to get busy at once.x. average day's work results in the ,<br /> -- -- --------- ----------<br /> ------------- -<br /> gathering of about forty bushels of<br /> <br /> .:..:....:--:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:.- ..:.. ...:..:..:+:..:. Coquinas. -<br /> U Each man has his own screen. As<br /> <br /> Too Late To' Classify the shell fish are dug and washed<br /> they are sacked, about forty ,quartsto<br /> the sack and placed along the<br /> <br /> By'Russell Kay beach, Just at the water's, edge so 1<br /> f that the wash of the waves keeps I<br /> ..:..:..:..:..:..: ..:..:..:..:..:w-..... ) the sacks moist at all times.I And :'Afir lfr:, A<br /> l<br /> /<br /> at the end of the day's work the r r<br /> The habits and love life of the; :r .. .. :. //s<br /> sacks are loaded onto a truck and : : J (<br /> Coquina not sound like a t<br /> may very, hauled to the beach in front of the<br /> interesting subject, but it really is,<br /> plant, where they are placed at a<br /> and after Luke Gates of Ft. Myers<br /> position about half way between<br /> i rf<br /> delved into the subject and gave<br /> <br /> over six years of intensive study to<br /> <br /> it, he decided to establish a new Former Resident Dies OT j -r <- -' >,* -:/>< \ f' 'J sfm i<br /> enterprise and a new industry: the<br /> harvesting of' Coquinas and the At Home in Washington<br /> <br /> canning of Coquina broth.<br /> <br /> While Fl ridlaos' are more or ,<br /> <br /> less' familiar with the Coquina, tin- (Moore Haven Democrat) ,<br /> <br /> iest of shell ,fishes that are foundin Mrs. Thomas O'Brien, for several -I<br /> <br /> great numbers on both our At- years a resident of Moore Haven<br /> <br /> lantic and Gulf coasts, and probably and well remembered by many of<br /> are the state's oldest product,<br /> the older residents, died on Jan-<br /> nurt visitors and tourists know<br /> _ nothing about them and trample uary 13 at her home in Washington _<br /> <br /> the in underfoot by the millions withno D. C., according to word received y<br /> <br /> knowledge of the fact that when here by friends this week. 1.- ;<br /> collected! and properly prepared The cause of her death was not dis<br /> .<br /> closed. Burial at her old !wpS ,. .r.x ,K<br /> they' provide one of the most delightful was = ;:A 4<br /> <br /> and healthful food products, home in Philadelphia.Mrs. I '<br /> <br /> Imaginable. O'Brien lived here, from I ( :<br /> <br /> Another thing that few people ; 1919 to about 1924 during which I 11<br /> know is that Florida is one of the I time :Mr. O'Brien was manager of 1 I<br /> few spots in the entire world where the DeSoto Stock Farms for his I t<br /> <br /> Coquinas are found as there are I uncle John J. O'Brien.: The family \,<br /> only about 150 miles of seacoast on later moved to Clewiston and resided -<br /> <br /> the globe where these tiny sea there during the ,early set- .- <br /> creatures are found in sufficient tlement of that community. They 1 .<br /> <br /> quantities for commercial consider- moved still later to Fort Myers for I<br /> <br /> ation and the bulk of this area Is! a year or two before going to Wash-<br /> <br /> .In our state. ington where they have been located -<br /> <br /> Eight years ago Luke Gatessatis- since. o o e<br /> fied that it was practical to com- Besides her husband Mrs. O'Brien<br /> <br /> mercially pack a Coquina product, is survived by two children, Betty, I : pv1h<br /> developed a marvelous broth whichhe who was born in Moore Haven and<br /> gave the trade 'name of KoKeenA Tommy who was born during the 0 0 apt I<br /> <br /> and which he has been puttingout family's residence In' Fort Myers.<br /> <br /> with steadily'Increased demand The family has visited here several ,<br /> ti Only ,<br /> nO<br /> from year to .year in spite of the times since they returned to the .prlcea 0 0 lov AhCed }<br /> <br /> fact that limited finances prevented north to make their home, their y 1 M Car C0 n1v 9<br /> <br /> either promotion or rapid ex- last visit being about three years G msBpOter r /<br /> t<br /> pansion. I<br /> <br /> Because of its nutritious valueKoKeenA<br /> ---<br /> broth Is particularly 4 Ay07o Jioh1 HYdraoRrcrgGo ;<br /> ago.flot This public preferenceis C<br /> valuable for Invalids. Hospitalshave afra e Broker l keR rbfe : P C<br /> <br /> proved one of the best mar- onlq SAFE the public's proof of<br /> kets for the 'product while'clubs, ,<br /> <br /> better hotels and restaurants are :;. With Chevrolet's greater dollar \<br /> I w<br /> now beginning to serve it as a spec- priced 1 cod A<br /> <br /> ialty. Many retail stores now stockit ; Or Y to AIRo StRG ea value. Act on it Buy wp/<br /> <br /> and this new product gives prom- ?'1 S dGptES CHFV fqM OIL'S<br /> ise of eventually becoming quite I f N 8 IISNElt Chevrolet for 1939 and<br /> popular. f AtVFdN.<br /> <br /> This amazing sea-food delicacy's IT: 1h1t9p 0I0 e34 get more for your money f EAO stz<br /> <br /> chemical analysis shows It contains<br /> F -<br /> calcium, phosphorus, iron, iodine, i ':- ? t ga A Generol Motors Vlue<br /> <br /> protein, magnesium, potassium, cop- '<br /> per and .glycogen substance with to<br /> -a resembling but PROFITABLf<br /> starch but more easily as- !<br /> similated and not fattening.The .<br /> Cohere are several) safe for ,<br /> places<br /> Coquinas; from .which the s .,<br /> broth is made'"are very tiny, seldom your savings..in a safe deposit GreOesl ,nl r '' k i \ >: S SrSrFGs<br /> <br /> reaching over % inch In length. box, in government bonds, invested Yord v }, e j 'EZ a &g*/'rope<br /> s<br /> Their here,etc. The principal difference', ky a. # ,<br /> shape reminds one of a diminutive e eibl o n<br /> is that<br /> HERE<br /> butterfly with flat paired your savings earn a<br /> valves spreading like wings. Nearly .generous profit for you,. because<br /> every hue of the rainbow is reflected they work constantly: profitably,<br /> in their lovely pastel shades,' ...ply secured by many home<br /> <br /> which range from bluish white and<br /> <br /> e buff backgrounds with radiating I Clewiston Federal Clewis ton Motor<br /> bands of contrasting color, giving a Company:<br /> plaid effect to delicate salmon<br /> pinks, pale greens,' yellows and Savings and Loa"AssocafiQn<br /> <br /> <br /> lavenders.At Wgb tide,," coquinas, trill 'bt ( ; ClewistonPAG ;. : E1orida.;., ,f) '<br /> <br /> <br /> !<br /> I<br /> <br /> ,. .<br /> <br /> <br /> :<br /> <br /> \<br /> <br /> <br /><br /> I FRIDAY, JAATTAUY 27, 1930 THE CLEWISTOX NEWS .-- PAGE FIVE<br /> II<br /> .''f .<br /> ....................... ............................................. I II<br /> I ./I.: . . .-. . . . . ."***************** I by and Miss Lee Pridgen. 1 1 score prize, and a doorstop to Mrs. tea hour. The guests included Mrs.H. .<br /> <br /> 'Jf': :i.: !: I I A color scheme of pink and green Aubrey Wells as low prize. A. Bestor, Mrs. J. W Francis,<br /> <br /> I was carried out in the refreshments, I Tuna fish salad was served by Mrs. Margaret Petrich, Mrs. Eliza-<br /> <br /> & l which centered around a pretty the hostess to: Mrs. John El- beth Downey, Mrs. Herman Scharn-<br /> <br /> i 1 PERSONAL and, SOCIETY birthday cake with pink and green more, Mrs: L. C. Miller, Mrs. R. C. berg, Mrs. C. E. Mills, Mrs. B. F.<br /> <br /> candles and lettering "Happy Birthday Nowling, Mrs. Glen Etherton; Mrs. Luce, Mrs. Tom Hurst Mrs. Fred<br /> <br /> f ? to Edythe Nell." Cako, sandwiches -i Foy Durrence and Mrs. R. M. Hare,. _Henriksen, Mrs. George Bellamy.<br /> <br /> :. ._ nuts, cookies and an iced II' jr. Mrs. C. A. Martinez, Mrs. R. Y.<br /> .<br /> ---------- '<br /> :N N:N N N N N:N N N:N N:N:N:N N:1.:N:-:N N N:..:N:M-N::..:..:..r--:..:..:..:....:..:--:..:..:..: :.):..:..:..:--:. drink were' served to the following Patterson, Mrs. J. H. Prossley and<br /> guests: MRS. FRANK M. RODRIGUEZ Mrs Lawrence Rodriguez.<br /> B. C. Flanlken was a business Mrs. Fred Frobock and son, I<br /> Misses Maxine Doty, Lee Pridgen, ENTERTAINS BRIDGE PARTY<br /> visitor in Miami Monday. Freddie, left Friday for Key West, .<br /> Florence and Katherine Graham,<br /> after residing here for the past I<br /> : Renee Wethington, Leah Richaud, Mrs. Frank M. Rodriguez entertained -<br /> Mrs. C. J. Lovvorn visited friends nine months. Mr. Frobock, who is<br /> Margaret VonMach, Roberta Spicer, with a bridge' party : at her 11<br /> (<br /> in.Canal Point Wednesday.. connected with the U. S. Engineers, 'i I<br /> Betty and Laura Bailey, Juno Hooker i home Wednesday afternoon. Mn<br /> will join them next month. i<br /> Julia Anne Oglesby and Elizabeth r E. C. Mills 'was presented with a<br /> Mr. and Mrs. Don Carlisle visit i I Wlnn, J. D. Hooker, Owen Fostoria sandwich tray for high<br /> <br /> ed In Canal Point Sunday. I Friends of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Winn, Louis Leiter, Bill and Dick i prize, Mrs. B. P. Luce a relish dish<br /> Fuller regret to learn of the death I<br /> I Owen, Jimmy Holland, J. B. Brant- i for consolation and Mrs. George<br /> of their baby granddaughter -<br /> Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Owen were daughter ley, Pat McGehee, Jimmy Elmore, i Bellamy a linen towel for cut prize.<br /> ... of Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Veltre, I<br /> Saturday visitors in Fort Myers. Dick Patterson, Ed VonMach, Jun- !Linen handkerchiefs were given to<br /> Atlanta, which occurred EFFECTIVEJANUARYl5,1939BETwEENAIISTATIONS<br /> on January i ior Waters, Morris Ford, Munselle i three guests, Mrs. J. W Francis,'<br /> 16th. Mrs. Fuller, who is with her<br /> I Mrs. Aubrey Wells has returned Stone and Hervey Bourne. I Mrs. Margaret Petrich and Mrs.<br /> from a visit with her mother in daughter, expects to return home I Elizabeth Downey, of, St. Paul, who QNTHE<br /> <br /> Warwick, Georgia.Mrs. soon. WOMAN'S MISSIONARY UNION I are visiting. Mr. and Mrs. H. A.<br /> / 1 11<br /> HAS BI-MONTHLY, MEETINGThe Bestor. 111))<br /> <br /> W. C. Owen and Mrs. Ed- Mark R. Lawler, of New Or- 'I Sandwiches, cakes, tea and coffee CONSULT TICKET AGENTS<br /> <br /> ward Bryant motored ,to Lake leans, spent Wednesday night and Woman's Missionary Unionof were served by the hostess at the<br /> Wales and Bok Tower Thursday. part of Thursday visiting old friends the First Baptist Church held its I I I<br /> 'here. Mr. Lawler, formerly stat- :<br /> regular bi-monthly meeting Tues --------- -- - - ------------------- -- - ----<br /> ioned here with the U. S. Engin-<br /> day afternoon at the church.<br /> Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Brown, Wash-<br /> eers, is connected with the New Orleans I<br /> ington, spent several days' in Clew- The meeting opened with song,<br /> office and route home<br /> was en<br /> iston this week. followed by a evotional program'<br /> from business to Miami.<br /> trip<br /> a conducted by Mrs. M. E. Mines. The'<br /> <br /> ' : F. L. Williamson and .F. C. Taylor program was on the topic, "The<br /> were recent visitors in West B. C. Smith and F. A. Howardof Great Commission" and was pre- :'<br /> <br /> Palm Beach. Hopkinsvllle, Kentucky, enjoyed sented by Mrs. A. R. ,Broadfoot, I I'I<br /> <br /> several days of fishing on the I I Mrs. M. A. Thomas, Mrs. G. E.,:I<br /> <br /> Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Jones and sake this week, while staying at Wenzloff, Mrs. Glen Etherton, Mrs.<br /> <br /> Marianne Jones were recent visitors the Clewiston Inn. The Kentuckymen I E. M. Cornette and Miss Marjorie \ /<br /> <br /> in Miami. were enthusiastic about the Hood. 1 : /<br /> :"''11 lake fishing and had splendid catches. -! Those attending were Mrs. V. C. id<br /> 4<br /> .. Mr. and Mrs.; F. A. Flanders and Woodward, Mrs. ,E. H. Walker, Mrs.C. ::jO y<br /> <br /> ;- daughter, Phyllis, of "Moore Haven, E. Nall, Mrs. Alex McGowan, \iLL9' H MI<br /> F.' were visitors ,here Sunday.Mr. Mrs. R. H. Knight, Mrs. Elbert Mrs. W. H. Warren, Mrs. Vowell' :<br /> <br /> : Stewart, Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mrs. F. Mrs. Clarence 'Krueger, Mrs. G.' 'E.<br /> <br /> ;; and Mrs. Max Meluh and Mr. M. Wright, Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw, Wenzloff, Mrs. Aubrey Wells, Mrs. 44<br /> <br /> ',. and Mrs. E. P. Mutrux were busi- ';Irs. J. W. Ezelle and Mrs. F. D. W. T. Wheeless, Mrs. M. A. Thomas -I<br /> <br /> ness visitors in West Palm Beac1 ruff attended a bridge party' givenVtdnesday Mrs. C. W.! Simmons, Mrs. R. C. I/dy<br /> ,<br /> Wednesday.Guy \ afternoon by Mrs. T. M. Nowling; Mrs. C. Nelson, 'Mrs. M. 1I 1/I,<br /> <br /> Jeckman and Mrs. Dan Deckman E. Mines, Mrs. Leslie C. Miller, Mrs., : 4r t.<br /> <br /> Leonard ,of New York City at the home of Mrs. T. M. Deckman Floyd Hanna, Mrs. Glen Ethenton,<br /> <br /> f '" ; is spending some time in Clewistonand n Port Mayaca. Mrs. J. H. Davis, Mrs. H. L. Davis, I .<br /> <br /> : -r. is located at the Inn during his Mrs. E. M. Cornette, Mrs; W. R. ) i<br /> <br /> :: visit. Clewiston friends were interested Broaderick, Mrs. R.' J. Blount, Mrs.A. .<br /> ,'t' to learn of the announcement of R. Broadfoot, Mrs. Roy Alston, IHq<br /> <br /> :::< R. L. Coker, jr., spent the week the engagement of Miss Margaret j Miss Marjorie Hood, Mrs. J. B. Mc- : 4:.<br /> <br /> : end inVest Palm Beach, with his Jayne Miller, of Fort Myers, and Donell and Rev. Mines.<br /> <br /> -;. parents, Mr. and Mrs.. R. L. Coker. Shelley William Myers of Clewis-<br /> <br /> 1-l: who were en route to 'Havana. on. Miss Miller is a stenographer MRS. W. H. LANIER ENTERTAINS<br /> II<br /> !" ',' I in the offices of the sugar corpora- (MEMBERS OP BRIDGE CLUB<br /> <br /> (, :-';, Mr. and Mrs. S.. W. Houser have I 'ion and' Mr. Myers is connected GENERAL ELECTRIC<br /> <br /> ;I:' taken the home on the government vith the A. C. L. railway.Rev. : Mrs. W. H. Lenler entertained<br /> reservation recently vacated by Mr. members of the evening bridge club '<br /> <br /> I ; \ and Mrs. L. L. Ingram. J. O. Jameson, pastor of at her home on Wednesday even-<br /> k<br /> I : : -- --:- he Belle Glade Community church I ing. Glass- cooking- ,: utensils' constituted -; M& REFRIGERATORS<br /> <br /> f'" J Jerry Cato, of .Pahokee; came vas in Clewiston Sunday, filling I the prizes for the gameS, .<br /> <br /> I r over Sunday for Mrs. Cato, who the pulpit of the local Community Mrs. C. E. Nall winning fry pan .<br /> <br /> f,.':, spent the week here visiting her church in' an exchange whereby for' high prize, Mrs. T. B. Shelley' a, WITH SELECTIVE<br /> <br /> , sister, Mrs. C. W., Simmons. Rev. F. C. Taylor conducted the casserole for cut prize and Miss<br /> 4tY" I<br /> f; services of the morning In the Belle I Mae Palmer a pie plate for low I AIR CONDITIONS'IV<br /> \ E. L. Stewart, accompanied by<br /> .,:-. 'lade church. prize. I<br /> ." E. B. Hull of Felda, was a business I Mrs. Lanier served delicious Sub-Freezing Storage LOW zJ<br /> <br /> .. r....: visitor in Tallahassee for several BABIES' AID TO HAVE strawberry shortcake with coffeeto High Humidity, Low Temperature Storage ;<br /> ::, days this week. OYSTER SUPPERThe \ Mrs. Roy Alston, Mrs. B. J. Moderate Temperature and High "" .n '<br /> <br /> if\' --T'- Schroeder, Mrs. C. E. Nall, Mrs. R. Humidity Storage Cjp<br /> #:,.:' Jerry Cato of Miami visited in Ladies' Aid has completed C. Nowling, Mrs. H. H. Turner, Safety-Zone General Storage<br /> <br /> rf r: Clewiston 'Sunday. Mrs. Cato, who plans for the annual Oyster Supper, Mrs. R. C. Wilson, Mrs. T. B. Shel- "<br /> "GET THE INSIDE STORY!<br /> spent the week previous here with '<br /> which is being held this year on ley and Miss Mae Palmer. '<br /> her sister, Mrs. C. W. Simmons. in Com-<br /> 3 the<br /> I L Friday, February ,<br /> returned to Miami with them.<br /> "',-, munity Church. WEEKLY BRIDGE CLUB<br /> <br /> Oysters, meats and other dishes HAS MEETINGThe<br /> II Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Bitting' of will be prepared for serving. The Clewiston and' Electric<br /> New York arrived Wednesday for Radio CompanyLocated<br /> to<br /> hours of the supper are from 6 weekly bridge club met on<br /> '. a stay of several days In Clewiston.Mr. 8, and' tickets are already on sale Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. A. In Baker's Service Station Bldg. .<br /> is '<br /> of the United<br /> Bitting president <br /> ]by various members of the society.<br /> ; C. Carlton as hostess. A lovely<br /> States Sugar corporation.<br /> ..;-:';'".-,, pair of pillow cases was awardedto Clewiston Florida<br /> ;(:: : SOCIAL WORKERS ORGANIZE .<br /> Mrs. V. C. Woodward as high<br /> ;;::: Mr. and Mrs. Keathley Bowden DOROTHY LOCKHART PRES.<br /> <br /> I left this morning for Winter" Haven I ___ __ _____ _____ ------------------ -<br /> r : ------ --- - .<br /> t' to attend the annual press The Caloosahatchee associationof "<br /> <br /> breakfast_ held in connection with social workers, .which is a local<br /> 1& :-, the Orange Festival.K chapter of the Florida association I : SAVES DOLLARS<br /> /. A<br /> t. ; ', of social workers was, organized recently car that '<br /> K\ ', Mrs. Carl H. Berner, Mrs. E. O. in Fort Myers. The pur- :<br /> <br /> t{. ;' ... Collins, Mrs. G. B, McDuffie, Carline poses of the organization are to im-<br /> <br /> :..: ",....'. and Bobby Berner and Jo Ann prove standards of social work to<br /> tt: > Crouch were visitors Saturday in ponsor all phases' of 'community<br /> <br /> ....' West Palm Beach. welfare and to further social legislation -<br /> / PINCHING PENNIES "<br /> ; that will benefit the section. I without .<br /> <br /> r' Miss Cynthia May Mabbette, of I The workers of Lee, Hendry, Char-l muECONOMY'<br /> ; FortMyers, was a business 'visitor lotts, Glades and Collier countiesre<br /> <br /> ' '.' in Clewiston Tuesday. Misi included in the membership.Miss .<br /> famous STYLE LEADERSHIP-The luxions, soft transverse springs<br /> : is Ford word.<br /> one<br /> Mabbette Is district for<br /> a supervisor Dorothy Lockhart,<br /> fqrmerly ury cars of the low-price field. 4 hydraulic shock_absorbers.<br /> ,, the State Board of Health. of Clewiston, was elected presidentof is another. And no' Ford front<br /> ENGINESTABILIED.CHASSSNo<br /> : ', the new group. Miss Lockhart car has ever linked the two more V-TYPE 8-CYLINDEH smoothness. end bobbing or dipping. Level<br /> } Mrs. O. F. Schiffli entertained has been connected with social Eight cylinders give economy.starts, level stops, level ride.<br /> than Small cylinders give<br /> ] clearly the present Ford V-8. Learn<br /> .f Mrs. H. A. ,Bestor, Mrs. J. W. work for the past two years and SCIENTIFIC SOUNDPROOFING-<br /> for yourself how far it makes your HYDRAULIC BRAKES-Easyncting Noises hushed for quiet ride.<br /> r Francis, Mrs. Margaret Petrich and 1 was recently placed in charge of the<br /> . straight stops.<br /> -quick<br /> Mrs. Elizabeth Downey at lunch at i I Hendry county work Other of- money go-in quality as well as thrift! LOW PRICES-Advertised<br /> Cypress Lodge, Port Mayaca, Tues- I ficers are Miss Elizabeth Daniels of TRIPLE-CUSHIONED COMFORTprices include many items"of<br /> seat cush desirable equipment.<br /> day. Punta Gorda, vice ,president and New flexible roll-edge<br /> <br /> Miss Florence Larimer: of Fort<br /> <br /> t E. E. Kelly and T. B. Shelley Myers, secretary and treasurer. SEE TOUR FORD<br /> <br /> I' left Monday for Peoria for a business Attending the organization meet- -i- : .:) ) 1 '' a DEALER TODAY<br /> ;V, visit to the Caterpillar fac ing were Judge David Elmer Ward, r 1ri<br /> ' '" i tory. Mr. Kelly .will also visit his Miss Hester M. Graham, Miss Eliza- m I\/ _<br /> <br /> I' ;':', mother and sister In Kansas City beth Tarrer, Miss Larimer, Miss<br /> <br /> ,:;:1- while away. Fritz, Mrs. Ruby Clark, Mrs. Eva<br /> <br /> I;:: .. Ranson, Miss Jean Treadwell, Mrs. .<br /> Mr. and Mrs. Friar Thompson, of Elizabeth Daniels and Miss Lock-<br /> ', Wilmington, Delaware, spent sev- hart. ; '<br /> ,<br /> < eral days at the Clewis ton Inn this : 1i ; :<br /> <br /> week. The visitors enjoyed fresh EDYTHE NELL CORNETTE .<br /> <br /> water fishing on Lake Okeechobee CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY '__ -<br /> while here.<br /> <br /> The sixteenth birthday of Edythe $ EQUIPMENT INCLUDED ; 7 i 7<br /> Mrs. Margaret Tetrich and Mrs. Nell Cornette was celebrated by a 4OO<br /> State and Federal taxes extra<br /> ,Elizabeth Downey of St. Paul, Min- party Monday evening at the home<br /> -.<br /> nesota, are visiting Mrs. H. A. of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. IS THE DELIVERED PRICE IN<br /> <br /> )=3r Bestor and Mrs. J. W. Francis. Mrs. M. Cornette. This ia for the 60 h.p. Tudor Sedan illustrated and inliORD. V 8<br /> t Bestor and Mrs. Francis met their Chinese checkers was enjoyed by cludes all the following: Bumpers and four bumper<br /> <br /> I guests In West Palm Beach the lattr the guests and high and low prizes tric e. Spore horn wheel. Dual, tire windshield and tube wiper e Cigar. Sun lighter vlaor..Twin Foot au control-<br /> <br /> part of t9-s\ w* k, here won} by Miss Julia Anne Ogles-: for headlight beam with Indicator on instrument panel. 60. H. P" rli 85 Hy Pr<br /> <br /> ...<br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> I<br /> <br /> <br /><br /> y )<br /> '<br /> '<br /> '<br /> AnhzQz .S7fltlal Tlctlon-. r ) 'f<br /> <br /> ", .<br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> ; ':'MAII) -= r= () T. ... 0 m es<br /> <br /> <br /> .. The Answer<br /> .<br /> '.:"::: '., : : : AUTHOR OF Bjones-Speed? Why that old<br /> <br /> : -: '" SAMUEL HOPKINS ADAMS .. car .of mine can't be stopped on ,<br /> : : By : .. 'iT. HAPPENED the hills. 0 '<br /> <br /> , .<br /> ,,<br /> Skjold-Yes, I know; mine was<br /> ONE NIGHT1O that way' before I had the brakes<br /> SAMUEL HOPKINS ADAMS WNU SERVICE fixed. '<br /> .,. ,<br /> II<br /> <br /> t. CHAPTER VIII-Continued sessed herself of his commodiouswest "You're not only a girl; you|re stages 01 becoming quite' pleased Clever Chap "<br /> S{ '. I -13- wing bedroom; with bath. the 'girl." with one another sat down to Harefoot-Alford has a schemefor<br /> <br /> VWho: is'she?" croaked the July mornings can be uncomfortably "So I've been told before," was Glunk's bacon, eggs, and toast. making one-cent stamps do as<br /> tvretched disillusioned magnate. chilly in the Finger Lakes region the composed reply. "What aboutit "Now tell me all about it," com- well as three-cent ones. t<br /> <br /> "Search me.. Some bright little Waking at early dawn amidstthe ? And who are you? The, sunrise manded. Gloria, having, poured the Pshaw-How's that?<br /> extra maybe." Snydacker luxury Gloria heard bandit?" coffee. Harefoot-Why, he uses three ot<br /> <br /> A. 'Leon Snydacker exploded. the familiar and monotonous driveof In his absorption he ignored this. Martin Holmes did so, giving full them. '<br /> <br /> "That's the girl that turned me the rain against her windows and "I never hoped to find you here," he details. The tawny head oppositehim<br /> down. Me-me-me-me-me! Setting felt the southeast blast sweep her marveled. nodded comprehension from POUTING<br /> herself'' up for a day-bun-tay. Pho- bed. Too sleepy to close the roomor "Why should you?" time to time. "Then the award was<br /> <br /> ny. She's fired. From date. Without gather more bedding, she cow- "You're the girl on the telephone.The already made before, you sold your<br /> ered into ball and drew copyright whatever it is for a<br /> pay. a the insuf- one that wanted to sell me a or<br /> Moby Dickstein perceived with ficient single blanket over her head. sewing-machine.: : Gee, but I'mglad,: mess of pottage," she commentedat<br /> pain and :apprehension that he had Her next half-waking impressionwas I've found you." the finish."Certainly. '<br /> <br /> committed ,a major error. IC the that the rain had increased its "Well, that may be all right, too. it was. On my story.<br /> star ,went, the job went. And Moby fury, if that were I possible. :The. But what's the idea of busting into Just. as I. wrote it." I )<br /> was well suited with the job. He splashing localized itself as beingwithin<br /> my dreams at this hour? As a merry Gloria delivered judgment. "Boy,<br /> did some quick thinking. the house. A leak? Must'sheget<br /> little sunbeam you're a bit premature I'm afraid you haven't'got a leg to<br /> "Oh, no; she ain't. Calm down. up into a cold, dank world? if you ask me. -Who's the stand on."<br /> Bwana' Calm down." Miserably she turned over, and then human worm you're after, Early "Probably not." legally."<br /> "Why: ain't 'she' ?" perceived that someone was takinga Bird?" Then what are you here for?"<br /> "Think\ of the build-up. Think of bath in her' shower. She hud "Kelsey Hare." % "To tell Kelsey Hare what I thinkof "Bill considers you a well of in-<br /> the investment. The All-Class All- dled closer;, and fell asleep again. "Never heard of him. And I'm him." formation." '<br /> <br /> White Purity Supercreational Pic- An indefinite time afterward, she still waiting to hear who you are." "You told me.' Human worm." "He ought to-I've been well<br /> ture. That's our story and we're became aware of an alien presence. "Martin Holmes." "Well, was 1 right?" :bored."<br /> <br /> stuck with it and stuck good. Whata Without emerging, from shelter she "Never heard of him, either." "No. Wrong. Anyway, that's my<br /> sap you'd look if we dropped our contrived an orifice for her eye. "Don't you remember telephoningme guess."<br /> star' now" as a snide!" Through this she made out a man in New York to ask the way "How do you get that way?"* de- \<br /> "Sap? Me?" yelled A. Leon. seated in the arm-chair. His long, up here?" manded the aggrieved Holmes. "I ACTS FAST<br /> <br /> "Well,, wouldn't" you? Give it the gaunt, haggard, unattractive' "OhhhhYou! wanted in on the suppose I'm the one that's wrong."<br /> <br /> once-over. face was freshly shaven, and his trip, didn't you! I thought'you'd "No. You're O. K., too. But I<br /> The Great Man gave it'the sev whole forth an effect of to sea."<br /> person gave gone kinda like'this guy."<br /> Sayles<br /> eral-times-over, and the more he cleanliness and vigor. No casual "I'm back. Unexpectedly." He TO BRING RELIEF<br /> went over it, the worse he felt. "Maybe you think that makes him<br /> "What'll we do. Moby?", he qua- more popular with me," growled<br /> vered. 4' Martin. FROM COLDS<br /> <br /> "Carryon," prescribed the facto- "Be yourself, simp. Nothing like<br /> tum with energy and persuasive that." Only. I think he's on the lev- This Simple Way Eases<br /> <br /> ness. "You beat it and leave me to >. el. Pain with Amazing Speed<br /> handle the,gal. I'll figure out some- r- r. "Sez you! Wait 'till 1 see Mr. \<br /> <br /> thing. Let's,let it ride for a coupla c, Kelsey Hare, ,alias, Templeton<br /> weeks." Sayles, Esq.," was the grim rejoin- I<br /> <br /> "And '1 was ker-razy about that der.<br /> <br /> girl," faltered A. Leon. "Why, Mo- "Listen, boy. How about, you go-<br /> by.l. pretty near married her." He :? ing out and sawing a couple of cordsof 'r! '''''111<br /> <br /> brightened up,at a solacing thought. A wood? Let me feel the lad out.<br /> "Anyway., I got my diamond and We don't want to spoil a swell grift<br /> emeralds back." 'Wistfully he add- for want of a few soft words. And<br /> <br /> ed: "But I'd rather have the girl. ';' when it comes to diplomacy, I don't<br /> <br /> Lemme talk with her." see you wearing any spats."<br /> <br /> "Nothin' doin', Bwana. Anyway, I "All right" consented Holmes aft-<br /> she ain't here," lied Moby.. "You er thought. "Take over. But nothing -<br /> <br /> just climb into your car and go in this contract shall be con-<br /> back, to New York and think up :; ',-. ; strued as preventing the party of the ,<br /> some fresh supercreational no- i first part from crowning the party of )<br /> tions." the second part with a stout brick if<br /> <br /> No sooner had A. Leon Snydacker ; : he's double-crossed me."<br /> shaken the dust of Maiden Effort \ Gloria cocked an ear. "Fade. I<br /> 1. To case pain and 2. If throat'is raw<br /> Headquarters from his superballoontires t can hear him stirring upstairs." discomfort and refrom cold crush and<br /> than his First Assistant went Entering the dining room Kelsey duce fever take 2 dissolve 3 Bayer<br /> Bayer Tablets Tablets in of<br /> r"Saved H gloss<br /> back to report. Hare stopped whistling and regarded drink a gloss of water. water...gargle.<br /> "Saved," he asserted, striking a ;>: Gloria with surprise. He glanced .<br /> noble attitude at the clock. "Five to'seven," he Use Genuine BAYER Aspirin-<br /> "Who?" :,'",": observed. He glanced at the table. the Moment Your Cold Starts<br /> <br /> "All of us.. Saved from the wreck- ': ',' "Breakfast for ,two. Are you girls The simple 'way pictured above<br /> <br /> age. By my single-handed endeavors. staging an early morning walkouton often brings amazingly fast relief<br /> ." me?" from discomfort ana sore throat<br /> "But the picture?" asked the "Sit. down," invited Gloria. She accompanying colds.<br /> <br /> practical Gloria.He ," he asserted, striking.a,noble attitude. I flipped him a cigarette. "The ques- Try it. Then-see your doctor.<br /> waved a graceful hand. "Likean tion before the house is whether He probably will tell you to con t<br /> insubstantial pageant faded," he I hobo, certainly. Who, then, at suchan reflected. "Ever hear of Templeton you're a human worm." tinue with Bayer Aspirin because it<br /> hour and in such a place? Evi- Sayles?" acts so fast to relieve discomforts<br /> intoned. "Until further notice," he "The last opinion was that I'm a '<br /> of a cold. And to reduce fever.<br /> dently the invader of her bathroom.But "Sweet cheese'n'crackers! That'sall louse."<br /> qualified. '<br /> why should a house-breaker I have been this last This simple way, backed by<br /> "Has everybody left?" asked hearing "She was prejudiced. I'm not so scientific authority, has largely supplanted <br /> preface his nefarious day's work month. -<br /> about Martin the<br /> Marne. sure Holmes. use of strong medicines<br /> "Except you two, the agonized with a shower and a shave? She "Well, now you're seeing him,,I'm "Mart Do you know, MartinHolmes in easing cold symptoms. Perhapsthe<br /> victim of alcoholic' thirst who addresses peeked again and seemed to dis- Templeton Sayles." ?" easiest, most effective way yet<br /> you, and Templeton Sayles cern, if she was any judge of expression "If you want me toI I believe. your "In-tim-mitly," smiled Miss discovered. But make sure you get<br /> Esq. Oh yes: and Glunk." "a light as of battle in the fairy tales, speak slow and soft." Glamour. "In fact I representhim. genuine BAYERAspirin -<br /> <br /> "I could do without Templeton young man's eye. Gloria hastily re- "It's a little complicated. I'm ." ,":'<br /> tracted as the visitor fixed that eye Martin Holmes. But I was Templeton ; .<br /> 8'j<br /> Sayles, stated Marne. "Oh! Do you? In what respect? ,<br /> "He's laid off. But he's stickin'to upon her retreat. Sayles. Until I sold him down "In the matter of Templeton ,<br /> the ancestral acres." "Now, you human worm," said the river," he concluded. Perceiving Sayles, Esq." 15Cj.OR 12 TABLETS '<br /> <br /> For the first time in weeks the he.It the doubt in her eyes, he add- He studied her face, which had be- Z FULL, DOZEN 25c '+ ) '<br /> was an unpromising beginning. ed: "Glunk is reference. Hi<br /> still, small voice of conventionalitystirred my come serious. "You'll have to be<br /> within the blithe and emancipated Never having been addressed in pre- Glunk! Come in here, you hirsute more explicit How much ao'you ,<br /> soul of Miss Marion Norman cisely those terms before, Gloria protoplasm." know?" Work Is Never Vain<br /> <br /> Van Stratten, and roused misgivings deemed it expedient to await a fur- The servitor reappeared. "Plenty. But not enough."' This No work truly done, no word<br /> therein. She turned ther cue. "Who's boss here?" contradiction earnestly spoken sacrifice freely<br /> to Gloria. apparent! was.received no -<br /> "We can't stay here with those "Come out of there." Glunk thought it over. "Gal," said with manifest suspicion. made, was ever in vain.F.W. .<br /> It was said as if he meant it. he.<br /> "How do Robertson.<br /> two men. you come to know<br /> Gloria burrowed deeper. The chair "Huh?" queried the genuine own- "<br /> "Huh? Oh, 1 get you. You want a Holmes?<br /> chaperon. What's the matter with relieved of its incumbent's bulk, er in discredit of his own ears. "We'll get to that later. Now look.<br /> me?" squeaked antiquely. Almost she "Whom does he mean? You?" You've copped fifteen grand for the How Womenin<br /> could feel the impending grip upon Gloria began'to' laugh. "No. But<br /> "<br /> "You aren't married, are you? Templeton Sayles picture. Wait a<br /> her defenseless neck. She raised a there's been a new deal" From "<br /> said her friend, staring. minute"-as he undertook, to inter- Their 40'sCan<br /> forlorn and muffled appeal for help., Glunk she inquired "Do know "<br /> "Well, maybe not just exactly at you pose- know you can put up a<br /> the present moment," confessed the "Glunkl""Huh "! this bird?" good claim to the story. On top of Attract MenHere's<br /> ? ejaculated the invader in said Glunk. He<br /> beauty girl. "Urgck, patted that, you've been drawing down a<br /> "But you have been?" a startled voice. Holmes' shoulder ,with a hand the nice piece of change for being the good advice for a woman during her<br /> "Nothing but," Gloria assuredher. "Glunk! whooped the besiegedin size of a platt ,f. "Aw ri'. Aw ri'," world's worst lover." change (usually from 33 to 62), who fearsshe'll<br /> lose her appeal to men, who worries<br /> The door beamed and<br /> a super-soprano. he rolled away. "He can have the part," broke about hot flashes, loss of pep, dizzy spells,<br /> "Just the same, I don't think we opened. "There's a man here. "1 guess that's an endorsement," out Kelsey with violence. upset nerves and moody spells.Get.more .<br /> "" "Urgck," agreed Glunk, exhibit- acknowledged the girl. "So real- fresh air, 8 hrs. sleep I and if you<br /> ought to stay. you "You've1 helped yourself: the need a good general system tonic take Lydia<br /> "If you quit the place your half- ing all three fangs in pleased recog- ly own this place." He nodded. "Andthat's character of Templeton E: Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, made<br /> Sayles.<br /> especially women. It helps Nature build<br /> nition of the<br /> fact. why wanted to<br /> pay stops, pointed out Moby. you chaperonus "He can have him, too, and up physical resistance thus helps give more<br /> wel-<br /> "That settles it," said Gloria, cor- "Well, I'll beIt's aU' right, up here. vivacity to enjoy life and assist calming ,<br /> Glunk," said the intruder authoritatively "' and come. jittery nerves and disturbing symptoms that<br /> rupted Moby's ;I.'hat hearing your voice. 1<br /> by poetical<br /> example. often<br /> of<br /> "And what does he get?- A accompany change life. WELLNORTH<br /> "Here have I lived and here I die" figured out you were somebody I tripon TKYINGI -<br /> "Mightn't A. Templeton Sayles "Aw ri'. Aw ri'," echoed the grin- owed it to myself to know. If I'd a tramp steamer.<br /> <br /> have something to say about that?" ning Glunk and withdrew. seen you as well, I'd have can- "He can't" come back ,too fast to<br /> queried Marne dubiously. "After all "Glunkl"! wailed Gloria, outragedat celled my passage, sure." suit me "<br /> :<br /> "He' is back 0<br /> it's his place." this abandonment."And Glunk opened the door again, and<br /> now, if don't mind," (TO BE CONl'INl1.EDJCinnamon<br /> "I'll handle him, returned the you grunted a suggestion. .<br /> self-confident tactotum. "Our lease queried" the young man, "who are "He wants to know if we could<br /> <br /> runs through the month. Besides, i if you? 'use some breakfast." Fern Is Sturdy .<br /> "<br /> we go on with the picture, he goes "Sweet-cheese'n crackers! Gloria "I could. If you'll kindly call this The cinnamon fern, osmunda cin-<br /> back on the payroll" breathed. bedside consultation off and give mea uamomea, is of sturdy growth and<br /> "What? Say that" again:" chance to dress. I'd feel more at docile in captivity. Very early m You find them announced in<br /> <br /> CHAPTER IX "Why should I? home if 1 had something besides. a the spring its wool-covered crosiers the columns of this paper by<br /> "You-you-you're: the girl! nightgown." appear in swampy fields and open merchants of our community<br /> "Sure, I'm a girl. Any objections "Sorry. I never gave it :a woods; in the protected city garden who do not feel they must keep<br /> "<br /> Opportunity never knocked at ? I thought." they may show even earlier. Later the quality of their merchandise -<br /> Miss Gloria Glamour's door without "I should say not," 'answered the ,"Neither did I. 1 guess that's the bright cinnamon brown or their prices under cover. /6 H)<br /> <br /> I finding her,at home. Upon A. man with intense conviction. something. But I don't know .what," fronds are surrounded by a fruiting formal It is safe to buy of the ,merchant -<br /> Leon Snydacker's departure for an Gloria dimpled. "That's nice she who ADVERTISES.<br /> appended reflectively. circle of the}: rather heavy' dark ,<br /> indefinite period, she "quietly pos she observed 0 Two young people in the initial green,sterile leaves.<br /> <br /> .<br /> <br /> .<br /> -<br /> <br /> <br /><br /> .<br /> <br /> <br /> '<br /> '<br /> : .: ..:<br /> ; -' -. :1 .' ; '<br /> <br /> -<br /> t,<br /> <br /> Starving Was One Thing '<br /> :<br /> <br /> \ Webster ,Couldn't Stand Hard, Work..<br /> .<br /> : 'EtTJQJN' : ': f' V<br /> OUR COMICSnoopieLi : "<br /> Daniel Webster once was sued .:. In every line.of activity nine-<br /> <br /> ., by his butcher for a bill of long -' ..:' : : tenths of the prescription for<br /> "<br /> standing. While the suit was still '' .' '. ../ I. .. .: : ;- "'" \._. :.:, .} .. success consists of plain, every-<br /> !<<br /> o "<br /> in court, he met the butcher on ; .. 'day' honest .hard work.<br /> the street, and to that worthy's : ': : : '." : : '. :. f -No amount of talent will free'<br /> c' : : .<br /> : ,0 ;<br /> t: embarrassment said: "Why have .c. .. : .. ,, : a man",from the 'necessity'for<br /> '<br /> you not sent around for my order I : 10' .-tr1rd'ork; 'You can' have<br /> .. .:: :. ;' ,'. ; ;, . as<br /> f ? I have not moved from my ... I much success ,<br /> 'i 'f. ;' ,. :" .' as you like, but ,<br /> .I" place of abode." .. .. .. ..'.. .', w -you've got to -be willing to pay<br /> 1.' .; '. .,. ".,.... .. I.... ....: .., ,<br /> ? "Why, Mr. Webster," said the ; its price in the, only corn that<br /> <br /> man, "I am sorry, but I did not : ; ,., r passes 'current in the market<br /> think you wanted to deal with me -.t where 'success is sold-hard<br /> after I had brought this suit ,-. .':,.. 1.- I work.<br /> <br /> against you." : ', .. ,:'1 io ', -. . '. Hard work alone will accomplish -<br /> "<br /> t "Tut, tut," said Webster, "sue remarkable results. But<br /> all you wish, but for heaven's 'I'o hard work. with method and<br /> <br /> ... sake, don't try to starve me to system will perform seeming<br /> <br /> death.-Boston Globe. ,.. : miracles. :-- ; .-<br /> hill<br /> ; .ir '. '.<br /> sj .<br /> <br /> Sun Down Accidents Up Fringe for" Curtains<br /> <br /> arid for Slip Covers<br /> When the sun goes down, traffic ,<br /> accidents go up. More than 60. "<br /> per cent of all fatal traffic accidents By RUTH WYETH SPEARS<br /> <br /> \ occur at night, the National II IIAF'Y III "r\EAR MRS. SPEARS: With<br /> J x<br /> Safety Council reports. Since the help of Book 1, I.have.<br /> <br /> about'a third of the driving is done ... ',','" just made a slip cover for a wing<br /> at night, it estimates, the numberof : chair. I never would,,have triedit<br /> .<br /> traffic deaths per niile is about if .your: directions had not beenso<br /> <br /> three times as great at night as / I clear. I am now planning an-<br /> <br /> during the daytime. r nrf q . .. ,other slip cover and draperies<br /> R which I would like to trim infringe<br /> In. the past seven years, night Au.,<br /> Will 'you please show me<br /> accidents have increased 60 per<br /> in rural districts the 'PLACE-_' with-a sketch how I should sew<br /> cent report ///<br /> the fringe? Also 'should the<br /> says, and only 17 per cent in cities. nhrirflhJnpiiliTiifnCoprrlxhr<br /> Adequate lighting and divided draperies" .and chair. match-M.<br /> J. N.<br /> highways tend to reduce headlight .<br /> ry, and accidents the council IKE'.I So here 'we have the sketches<br /> glare ,<br /> said. Some states are experimenting : showing how to apply fringe in<br /> <br /> ; with new reflector Buttons 'I = the seams of slip covers and also<br /> <br /> placed along the side of the roadto .I .<br /> show the alignment of the high- INSIDE<br /> <br /> '. way on curves, hills and other : .<br /> <br /> hazardous places. ;. :--- '.. L.- U' ,' l ls di '.<br /> <br /> '<br /> ( .<br /> :<br /> ', "d' -SEAM<br /> "<br /> "<br /> <br /> POSITIVELY ( W. 1. U.) OUtSIDE<br /> <br /> <br /> t i i<br /> <br /> "Luden's are 'double-<br /> <br /> :. barrelled'. you get IV& MADE UP MY' MIND WELLI'VE: MADE )<br /> <br /> soothing relief plus ant TO STAY I IN .' UP MY.FACE \ ,'\<br /> <br /> alkaline factor." .:TO 'GO'> '"r, 1-' w FOR AN<br /> EDGE FINISH<br /> I.<br /> : CHARLES LEWIS, ,<br /> Chemist, New York '.<br /> : ".. for an edge finish. The raw edgeof<br /> <br /> : P.o :: ; ,J .; J'. '. '. '::. i the material in the lower sketchis<br /> L U D :I lV"S i turned to the right side and<br /> I .. '.; :'-1 .' fringe is stitched over it.<br /> <br /> "MENTHOL COUGH DROPs.5 I 0'. If figured draperies are used,<br /> '. r the best effect is obtained if not<br /> .. ,. .- '-<br /> ,:; more than one slip cover in the<br /> Acknowledging"FaultsIt -:" ,. :..: .room is'of figured ''material. Plain<br /> <br /> is a greater' thing to know slip 'covers may match one or<br /> <br /> how 'to acknowledge a fault than p .. more of the colors in draperies,<br /> to knqw how not to commit one.- rug. or wall paper. -<br /> <br /> Cardinal de Retz. NOTE: Now is the time to give<br /> 1' :your house a fresh start. Crisp<br /> <br /> 0, new curtains; a bright slip cover;<br /> <br /> r ,: a new lampshade; or ottoman will<br /> Don t Aggravate : .. do the trick. Make these things<br /> <br /> .<br /> 'yourself. 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They bring you<br /> ,today's NEWS about the food you eat and<br /> the clothes you wear.,And the place.to<br /> OWNU Hen liyndicatsWNU 8er'vlce. find out about these new things is rightin<br /> c this newspaper.r .<br /> i<br /> <br /> <br /> .,<br /> <br /> <br /><br /> THE CLEWIBTON 'NEWS FRIDAY, JANUARY 27, 1030<br /> 1'AuEiEIGHT, ..,t ;," ,)1 ,<br /> '---<br /> -. .<br /> -<br /> <br /> Ing from 7:30 until 8:30 confessions three. In the girls game it was Shaffer, executive manager reports craft using the waterway this year 'II,<br /> Fenwick Forges- will be heard, In preparation 21-2 at the half with Clewiston, that not only have theI Festival are those which have not' made the )<br /> <br /> for the First Friday services and holding Naples almost to a tie dur- grounds been thronged with visitors crossing before. 't?<br /> <br /> _I (Continued from age one) also before the mass on Friday ing the second half. The final but that everyone of them has 1 I<br /> <br /> a five while VanLandingham breezed morning.The score was 28-6. been Impressed with the varietyand The Latin Carnival at Tampa, always -<br /> <br /> In with his par 3 to square; mat Study Club which is con beauty of this year's exhibits. the most unique event of its<br /> <br /> ters. Tho Chicago lad snagged bis ducted by the pastor twice monthrly ABOUT OURBASKETEIALL Friday, January 27, will be observed kind in the nation, will completeits<br /> <br /> birdie four on the next hole Van's was well attended by? Catholicsand GAMES I as Governor's Day and Press annual celebration this year<br /> <br /> try for a bird Just lipping the cup. Protestants Frjday evening. The, "Tigers" have a long list of Day. Governor Cone has promisedto with a brilliant Coronation Ball at<br /> They halved the last two with pars. Services In honor of Our Lady of games that are to be played this I attend if state affairs and his the Municipal Auditorium Saturday<br /> <br /> The most surprising event of the Perpetual Help are conducted every year. We are planning more trips: health permit. Members of the I night January 28.<br /> <br /> day's endeavors was Keathloy Bow- Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock. and longer trips, than any Clewis I state legislature have been invitedto<br /> <br /> den's decisive and unexpected upset Mass services for Sunday are ton team has ever taken before. be present as guests of the Fes-: "To Salt an Invoice"<br /> <br /> of young Bill Owen, Jr., In the Dick SchiffH' and Edward ]3 urne. i They; Include trips to Boynton tival management. A special pro- That salt is considered a substanceof<br /> of events will be staged for<br /> Second Flight. The genial golden- Services next Friday evening are Naples, Miami, Boca Grande and gram great'value is shown by the<br /> I their benefit. A feature of the phrase used in the business world<br /> thatched editor caught his youth Nick Schiffli and Sonny' Vaughn. Fort Myers.<br /> I day will be the celebrated Press "to salt an invoice! meaning to<br /> ful opponent in a slump and took Religious Instruction class for We also are getting some new -<br /> Breakfast to be given Friday night. the highest possible value on<br /> full advantage of the fact turningthe the children is being well attended, gold satin uniforms which will, put<br /> Each this annual affair creates the goods concerned.<br /> first nine 7 up and eventually each Saturday morning at nine here I without doubt make ,us one of the year<br /> and enthusiasm 1<br /> winning 6 and 4, delegating young in Clewiston and on Sundays after best uniformed teams in this dis more more among<br /> members of the fraternity. -<br /> Owen to the Third Flight. mass in Pahokee.The i newspaper .<br /> <br /> Other matches of the day found newly-organized .children's trict.To. take all of these trips and pay IS THERE GOLD ; "<br /> <br /> Wi. C. Owen winning :over H. J. choir will have Its first rehearsal for the uniforms will; take quite a Saturday will be hailed as Amer- URt'<br /> I IN Y Q %<br /> Harris 6 and 4;;' Ed", Wjard beating today under ,the direction of ,Mrs. bit of money. Monet' that we ex- ican Legion Day' as well as Every- =<br /> <br /> Arnold Kirchman 7 and 5; and H. Bourne. pect to collect at our'; home gamesis body's Day, and the Festival officials CELLAR?<br /> '<br /> C. "Casper" VanLandingham eliminating The spaghetti supper held ai the our only source of ,finance. I I have promised to outdo<br /> Connie Clark, 5 and 4. Women's Club In Belle Glade'was We have gotten off to a slow themselves to make this final day ,<br /> <br /> New Pairings; ChampionshipFlight a grand success. Over 300 tickets/ start but the fact tiI a t': we held one outstanding in every respect.J. l .o<br /> <br /> : were sold throughout the Lake! sec- of the best teams on the East Coastto<br /> <br /> Charles Fenwick vs Arthur Wells. tion and we wish io take this opportunity -, a five-point victory leads me to E,. Beardsley spent several r 1t<br /> <br /> J. W. Milligan vs EmmettShelley. ,of thanking all of: our believe that we will go places fromnow days this week in Washington: ,, D. c t<br /> friends who helped make this an- on. We have plenty of seats C., on business connected with the<br /> <br /> Second Flight: nual affair so popular. 7 for everybody and we: are ,going to Everglades Drainage District board'of<br /> Ralph Kirk vs Ed Ward. The public is always welcome in have plenty of really good games which he is, a member. ,' '0/<br /> <br /> Owen WInn vs W. C. Owen.S. this church. this--,-- -season.--- --, '<br /> <br /> J. Simmons vs Keathley Bow-: So for these reasons ,I think that New York YachtIs<br /> i COMMUNITY CHURCH I|we have a right to expect to collect Yes, and in Your<br /> <br /> den.W.. J. White vs H. C. VanLand- Royal Palm Avenue '. the regular game price froman'yone Largest of WeekMoore Attic Too!<br /> who parks in his car on the<br /> ingham.<br /> Forest C. Taylor, Minister Turn Those ThingsYou<br /> Third Flight: ;' roads adjoining the school campus<br /> <br /> Arnold KirchmanBye.H. Morning worship and sermon during a basketball game.A. ( Haven Democrat) Don't Want Into<br /> <br /> J. Harris vs. D. M. Dickinson.Bill next Sunday at eleven o'clock.? The Player. The New York yacht Nicoya, Money with a Want Ad \<br /> owned Albert Johnson of'th t<br /> Owen Jr.-Bye. minister will speak on the subject, by<br /> Connie Clark-Bye. "FIXED STARS IN THE CHRISTIAN JOHN GANN LMPROVED city, was the largest pleasure boat Sven4a0E:<br /> the cross-state<br /> through waterway<br /> SKY. Appropriate music by<br /> ,, John Gann. who has ',been critically' this week. It was a palatial vessel,<br /> <br /> 1ItlI u IIIIriIIf[ : I1.i I' :: 1:11:; ; the Sunday choir. school every Sunday ill for several days* this week 94 feet in length and stopped here<br /> <br /> morning at nine forty-five. with pneumonia at the ,home of his Wednesday night. Accompanying Tampa's Pirate Queen<br /> <br /> 1'- WITH THE )I Christian Endeavor meeting. Sun- mother, Mrs. I. R. Holland' is reported was the, cruiser Doubloon, a 42- Awaits Return of<br /> much Improved this morningand foot tender.<br /> c ChurchesFIRST day evening at six Glamorous Gasparilla<br /> Junior Endeavor meeting Tues chances are considered good Last, Thursday the Jenny of Mi-}<br /> <br /> lI1IId day afternoon at three-thirty;;: for his complete recovery. I I ami the Medora 11 of Pittsburgh, ,<br /> L<br /> ''I. Choir rehearsals on Monday and the Lassie, a canopy top cruiser of \<br /> h I, I i l II iti!la !I I .' NEW ARRIVALSTwo I<br /> Thursday evenings. Portland Maine, and the Jessica, a<br /> I<br /> BAPTIST CHURCH The public is very: cordfally Invited -- 1 35-foot cruiser were locked throughthe r<br /> Marshall Mines, Paator. to worship in the Community new arrivals are announced government lock here. k<br /> .. this week at the Clewiston Hospital,<br /> ---<br /> Church. On Friday the only vessels of interest -<br /> "T0 Church .of, Friendly Distinc a seven-pound baby girl to Mr. and were 'the cable boat and<br /> Airs. Otis Ricks this morning anda<br /> tion." I..mmmrneT.ijI.jR1I barge of the U. S. Coast Guard<br /> I lli :<br /> ,, bu. sevenpound"baby boy to Mr. and r.<br /> Services every Sunday: the boat 59 feet in length and the<br /> Sunday School" 9:45 a. m., B. Mrs. A. Quesada on Thursday.! I barge 36 feet.Saturday .<br /> <br /> E. Herring, Supt. SCHOOL NEWSEditor ,CANAL ADVOCATES another New York<br /> <br /> Morning Worship : '11:00. Ser- RENEW EFFORTSFOR 'yacht, the Harwell, owned by A. W.<br /> mon by the: Pastor. ._.._...._._........_..... Bill Owen I ,<br /> SHIP CANAL Hobler eighty feet in length was<br /> Ass't Editor ........ J. D. Hooker ,<br /> B. Y. P. U. 6:30: p. m., V. C. I i locked through and also the Aloha s. ..<br /> Woodward, Director. Sports Editor .,._..' Dick Owen I<br /> ---<br /> I Jacksonville Jan. 15--(FNS) an auxiliary schooner of Jacksonville ri<br /> Evening Preaching' 7:30 p."." m: ; I Ill I Advocates of the Florida Cross- owned by H. J. Milliken. j ,<br /> <br /> Midweek Sermon Service by the Pastor.Wednesday -I l dl l lIi_ fl ffuft.? I S l.te''Caaal here renewed their efforts On Sunday' the Helena, a forty<br /> <br /> every In behalf of the: project following foot cruiser',of Tampa came through!<br /> at 7:30 p. m. SPORT NEWS<br /> President Roosevelt's let- and the Idyltym, of Charleston, S.<br /> The sermon topic for Sunday By Dick Owen "'<br /> ter urging the immediate<br /> reopen Car., a thirty-two foot cruiser. Le-<br /> morning is "Loyalty." This is the New uniforms for the girls and<br /> work. At<br /> ing of this Important Roy Allen is owner of the Helena<br /> last Sunday in "Church Loy ltyMonth" the boys basketball teams have been '<br /> Washington backers of the canal<br /> and A. G. Boone of the Idltym.<br /> and the message is to bea ordered and will probably be -<br /> worn<br /> were busy on both sides of Capitol -<br /> The first of this week there was I<br /> discussion of the meaning of next Saturday afternoon when we Hill rewriting legislation' In When the legendary Gasparilla and<br /> Increase in traffic with a numberof<br /> Loyalty. What does Loyalty demand play Boynton. The uniforms are his notley buccaneers swoop downon<br /> favor of the project. It was<br /> gen- ,smaller pleasure boats being<br /> ? Come to the Sunday morn- gold pants with a blue "C" on the system Tampa. Florida, on February 6<br /> erally thought that ;a of<br /> locked through Including the Betty festival<br /> for the 30th annual) pirate ,<br /> ing service and learn what true side and blue and ra<br /> stripes gold top<br /> ship transit tolls would be workedout Anna 40 feet Miami Beach; Suzanne he will have for his queen Miss<br /> Loyalty is. Thirty-two of our one also with numbers and letter of I'<br /> 'a ', to make' the $200, 00.OOO Waterway Daytona, 26 feet;; Shirida, Mary Frances Swann who will<br /> hundred members have not attended blue. For, contrast the teams<br /> a a self-sustainnig and, to a the colorful<br /> I'I New York 46 feet; Panalene, reign during many<br /> any preaching service at our have blue sweat shirts. certain extent at lease a self- liquidating Charleston, S. C., 38 feet, Marlin social functions that mark the<br /> church during January. Some are It that the sale of I 1<br /> seems season project. event. The Gasparilla celebration<br /> IV, Wilmington, Del., 41 feet, Lady<br /> sick and some must work, but several tickets has ,not been too good. Unless I I The President's letter,*, which was Jean Pine Orchard Conn., 53 feet; will be one of the highlights of<br /> could come if they really tried. citizens back teams the Pan-American Hernando De- t<br /> more<br /> our<br /> I addressed to both senate and house Sea Pal, St.. Petersburg, 24 feet;<br /> Loyalty to the church_ means really better than they have already it pis I I committee chairman: stated that Loretto, New Orleans, 60 feet; Sis, Soto Exposition which will be heldin<br /> trying. Let's have alot of you doubtful if continue 1' Tampa from January 31 to FebI<br /> we can on<br /> engineers thought the canal's operating New Orleans,.. 41 feet and 22 foot 18.<br /> thirty-two present this Sunday. We schedule. The sale shouldn't be as I I cost plus the \original( investment tender; Marion, Cincinnati, 42 feet ruary<br /> <br /> want a record of some sort for it is because the games are at night could be paid off by some I and the Freda, New York, 68 feet.<br /> <br /> "Church Loyalty Month." Please (except the ',one on this Saturday) type of toll arrangement. This Lockmen here state that while<br /> <br /> help us.The and basketball is one :of the most would not however include accumulated -: traffic has been a little slower, up<br /> sermon topic for Sunday popular sports found'anywhere..<br /> interest. to this time than during last sea-<br /> night Is "Servants of God." This i There is also a bigger saving than<br /> Senator Claude Pepper reported son that it is now about the 'sameas READ THE AD$ .<br /> is the time when' we"elect Deaconsfor i ever on the season tickets.: We<br /> ,<br /> I that 'he and 'Senator Andrews, also for the same period last year. I<br /> the church and: this message I hope that you respond, if you of Florida, would probably offer, They also report that, most of the Along With the News<br /> is based on the Greek word, "Dia- haven't ourHnvitation __<br /> already: to to I an authorization bill, within the I '<br /> konos" which call !<br /> we "Deacon" and games. -- ------<br /> next day or so. Senator.Pepper<br /> which means literally "servant." I Clewiston. Alva said they would undoubtedly be<br /> <br /> Come Sunday night and hear, this ,The boys and the girls of Alva joined by others in getting up the<br /> discussion of the meaning of the High School handed a's couple of bill. Meanwhile Chairman Mans-<br /> <br /> office of Deacon. After all, we are whoppers last week to 'the Tigers field (D) of Texas, of *the House I 9ft about time to<br /> <br /> every one Servants of God so let's and the Tigerettes. The' ;score in Rivers and Harbors Committee, said yws, qy<br /> <br /> join in this service Sunday eveningand the girls game was 34':6': with Lillian remind<br /> that he was preparing a new authorization -I you... OF YOUR .<br /> hear the message. Shepard of Alva scoring 25 I bill, in which the Panama 4 IMViSTMENT (,<br /> Last Sunday was Church Loyalty points. Pullen made 3'1 Hooker<br /> ; Canal act would be used asa<br /> Sunday and we distributed fifty made 2 and Bethea 1 for 'Clewiston. I model. Mansfield stated that I 5 ; iI<br /> <br /> boxes of envelopes to those present. The boys did slightly "better and the measure would probably introduced .I'r V TO'J "<br /> <br /> Thirty-three pledges were made and were beaten 33-11. Edwards of I next week. I + 9 1 f 000. e ri<br /> <br /> that's pretty good for one day. Alva made eighteen of these points. The canal project received a ,yCF CO QD.<br /> <br /> Many of you members have not yet Hare was the leader with, four for Ilarge boost from HousE Speaker i '<br /> <br /> received :your envelopes and have Clewiston and O. Winn ;was next Bankhead who said that he con<br /> <br /> made no pledge. Come to the serv- with three. Both games'were fast II sidered it "a justifiable expenditure -<br /> <br /> ice this Sunday and cooperate in even though the scores were rather I of Federal money." I YOU can't afford'to procrastinatemuch<br /> <br /> the financial plan of the church. lop-sided. The President's idea that an arrangement longer in starting 'to save .<br /> Get your envelopes and make a Clewiston vs. JupiterThe I of tolls would, take care<br /> <br /> pledge. Don't be a* slacker. We Jupiter boys came,-here, Sat of m6st of the expense in connec- portion of your income..and invest '<br /> <br /> cordially Invite persons who are not urday evening to play the Clewis- tion with the canal ,has met with Np it wisely... during your productive!<br /> members to take o<br /> envelopes and ton boys in a thrill-packed<br /> game. general approval here, and else-<br /> make pledges If will. \\Q\'l\? The slogan/"Save and Have"may<br /> you Jupiter started with a*' spurt and where in the state. Advocates of aott years. tSPV<br /> <br /> Prayer meeting next week at the soon the 'score was 112.. Like ihs long-dolajed project feel that \N ES be old-fashioned, but the sen.Cw<br /> <br /> church on Wednesday evening at rising from a coma, the Tigers perk the toll system will wreck op \s<br /> 7:30. Please sible people that follow it the<br /> come.SAINT ed up and were trailing by one ponents' charges that the 'canal r.; are<br /> <br /> -' and two points for a long while. would require too heavy an expen- ,s A CJja happy ones you meet. We'll gladly<br /> MARGARET'S 'CHURCH<br /> But Jupiter made a good come- diture. .... ..<br /> with<br /> help time-tried safa<br /> back and the game ended with the ,1" you our ,<br /> <br /> Services Sunday swill be conducted visitors the victors,. 2217. Only I FLORIDA ORANGE FESTIVAL and profitable savings plans. \<br /> at 10:00 o'clock here in Saint four girls arrived and .the girls ; OPENS NEXT MONDAY<br /> Margaret's and at 8 o'clock in Saint game was not played. '- I<br /> <br /> Mary's Pahokee. Clewiston vs. Naples Winter, Haven Jan. 15-(FNS)<br /> <br /> Confessions are heard on Satur- Tuesday Naples was squeezed out -Tho Florida Orange Festival, Clewiston '<br /> day evenings from 7:30 until 8:30, of victory by the Tigers but the which opened here Monday to con- I Federal Savings<br /> <br /> and before all the masses. At oth Tigerettes lost badly; The score tinue through Saturday has been<br /> <br /> er times by request. ended for the boys 1613., Brantley attracting crowds for the first part I<br /> <br /> Weekday' mass each morning at made six of the points, ;Owen made of the week which far outnumber and Loan Association ;.' 3'<br /> ?,30 o'clock. 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