The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: February 3, 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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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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: Stewart Promised New' New RFC
: Independent Growers Commitment

Work On Road 164

:' First --.- Made District

:. Harvesting : Crop I Representative E. L. Stewart and Drainage

County Commissioner E. B. Hull of
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Felda attended a meeting of the

(A YIELD OF SUGAR PER ACRE Dr. Matz Speaks At State Road Department in Tallahassee Beardsley Is Speaker THIRTY CENTS FOR EACH DOLLAR
on Tuesday last week and INDEBTEDNESS TO BE

:, FOR FIRST YEAR Garden Club Meeting ,I,were assured byJ.. H. Dowling, I At Kiwanis MeetingAt I CONDITIONAL LOAN '

I state engineer, and A. B. : Hale, :

The majority of the independent I chairman of the road board, that I The board. of directors of the
: cane growers of this section of the One of the most interesting Gar- : at least 'ten miles of surfacing on the regular meeting of the Everglades Drainage District received
'I.ti Everglades have completed the harvest den Club programs ever heard by : State Road 164 south from La- Kiwanis Club Wednesday eveningat a new conditional commit-
",', of their first crop of sugar the Inn J. E. Beardsley was called -
the local club was the informal talk Belle would be placed in the new ment from the Reconstruction Fi-
: cane and others are far enough made at the meeting Thursday aft- budget which is .to be'adopted at a upon to explain the present status nance Corporation Washington

>. = along with their harvest to have a ernoon by Dr. Matz, of the U. S. meeting in Fort Lauderdale the of the loan sought by the Everglades last Saturday, and a written
pretty good idea of what their crop Department of Agriculture Experi- Drainage District for the refunding agree-
first of March.A ment from the Arundel Corporationto
I will be. All of these' inde- of their indebtedness from
, ment Station at Canal Point.
ten mile piece of this important settle( their indebtedness for

pendent cane growers are selling The meeting was held at the highway was surfaced south from the Reconstruction Finance Corpora- twenty cents on the dollar and feel

<< "' their crop, under contract, to the home of Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw, and LaBelle during the last year and tion.Mr. that the way is now clear for the
United States Sugar Corporation to Beardsley explained in detail
the chairman, Mrs. F. M. Wright, about the same amount was surfaced refunding of the indebtedness of the
be into at their the changes that had taken place
processed raw sugar
c., presided. Only a small amount of on the south end from the district providing the new plan is
i' during the several months and
Clewiston house the price they past
receive -
business transacted the ma-
was Tamiami Trail northward. There is acceptable to the bondholders of the
I the details of the conditional
per ton of cane being determ- jority of the time was given to Dr. still a twenty-five mile link con- com- district. '

: ined largely by the average market Matz. A flower arrangement con- necting the two surfaced ends and mitment which the RFC promisedthe
of and the board of directors of the drain- Members of the board, in Washington
price sucrose con-
sugar test was held in connection with Mr. Stewart and Mr. Hull are desirous -
: tent of the' age district Washington last Sat- for the purpose of
cane. the meeting and first place was of having this link completed attempt-
I' All of the independent growers awarded to Mrs. W. C. Owen who possible. urday. He expressed himself as ing to speed up action on the RFC
as soon as
planted a number of varieties of' exhibited a large spray of bryo- feeling highly confident that the committee, returned to Maimi over

, ;., cane but are enthusiastic over results -, phillum arranged in a modernisticclear bondholders would accept the planof the week-end and drew up a com-

obtained from variety No. 962,1 glass container. The effect refunding on a basis of 38 centson plete copy of the plan which was

r one of the varieties invented and was very unusual and attractive.. A U. S. S. C. WINS the dollar and believed that the presented by G. H. Chalker of West

perfected by Dr. ,B. A. Bourne, wire flower holder was the prize. refunding plan would soon be work- Palm Beach to H. C. Rorick, chair-

: ,,' agronomist for the sugar corpora- Dr. Matz' talk dealt with gardensas FIRST PRIZE FOR ed out. man of the Bondholders Protective

tion and upon which he holds the he has become interested in During the past two mbnths Mr Committee, said to represent 83 per

f" patent rights., This is/a small bar- them in his work as agricultural Beardsley has made three trips by cent of the bondholders of the district -

rel, early-maturing cane with a research chemist. He has traveledover CANE AT FAIRThe airplane to Washington and find- at 8:00 Tuesday night. While

" r, high sucrose content. Other varie- ,the entire world and in his ing his listeners much interestedin Mr. Rorick did not, at that time,

ties planted included the more com- talk described the typical gardensof the details of these trips he examine the detailed manuscript,

,', mon 290, 2725 and 436.J. many countries, including the United States Sugar Corporation talked at some length concerningthe the general provisions of the plan

E. Frierson completed the harvest extremely cold lands, where gardensare was awarded first prize for air ride. He stated that the cost were explained to him by Mr.

his largely, artificial window dis- of a round trip ,to Washington from Chalker and he his
e of 62.5 acres on Monday, : sugar cane at the DeSoto Exposition expressed satis-
plays and the gardens of ,Australiaand Palm Beach by plane was little faction with these .
of this week, half of the acreage in Tampa it was learned here provisions.The
than the trip, by rail if
South more same
having been cut in December. Africa.Attending first in'this
Hisr today, giving place drainage board has made
several -
pullman were taken comparedthe
total tonnage, he reports, was about the meeting were Mrs.F. branch of agricultural exhibits to trips
Washington during the
hoist M. Wright, Mrs.4'. C. Owen, Palm Beach great, saving in time in makingthe
2,500 weight, and his average County in which county few weeks
past in
trip by plane. He explained the I an attempt to
sucrose content was greater than 15 Mrs. R. H. Knight, Mrs. J. D. Bruce, booth the sugar corporation's'
put over a new plan of
arrangement of the planes and of refinancingthe
per cent. This yielded more than Mrs. G., H. Royal, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, exhibit is on display. The place .
the excellent service and food given. on a basis of
,', four tons of raw sugar per acre of Mrs. B. E. Herring, Mrs. O. A. carries a cash prize of $45. Second -
This is of airways thirty-eight cents on the dollar to
service a pride the -
cane. Jones, Mrs. C. Nelson, Mrs. A. R. prize went to Highlands 'County. -
and a sign on each seat reminds the bondholders and twenty centsto
\ Tom Adair with ten acres, in the Broadfoot, Mrs. J. H. Pressley, Mrs.F. '
the that this is so the other creditors. The RFC
Liberty Point section, all of the C., Taylor, Mrs. A., O. Ward, Mrs. J. V. Fourmy, of Canal Point, !and :that they passenger,are ',not, to tip stew- had,-formerly-'made a commitment
436 variety harvested :tons to W. F. Simpson and Mrs. M. M. who is
in the
I fifty ; charge of Corporation ards. Cigarette smoking is permitted on the basis of thirty cents whichat
.1 the acre with' a sucrose content exhibit, states' that the exhibitis except when the plane is climb- that time did not, satisfy the

r average of 14 per cent. being well attended each, day. ,The bondholders
ing at the take-off, or landing.His and a new plan was
r. James M. Couse with slightly less Sweethearts On ParadeTo attendance on the day the 'exposition account to the club 'provedso drawn up for a loan which weuld

t., than forty acres in the vicinity of opened, Tuesday, was 20,000 interesting that Mr. Beardsleywas have been fifty per cent on these

': Hooker's' Point, planted on a tract Be Held On MondayA and he estimates that. the attend- kept busy for some time after bonds. The RFC rejected this and

L, of land' a portion of which. was sand ance daily has averaged that' figure. the meeting adjourned answering also cancelled the former commitment

r<''' and on a tract which had not been musical revue, "Sweethearts on The corporation exhibit occupiesa questions relative to the trip. 'without the knowledge of the

l- : cultivated in several years. As a Parade," sponsored by the Junior space in the Palm Beach County district board which continued to

t= result his yield was a little lower Class of the Clewiston High School booth with twelve foot, frontageand '
: Clewiston work on the new plan in the belief
Tigers Play
and directed by Miss Mildred Pike sixteen feet in is
.-. than some of the, other independent depth and arranged that the original commitment
', .' will be staged at the school audi- similarly to cane and
His total sugar
growers. tonnage was
would be allowed. Their
plans were
r : 1326, mill weight, and his average torium next Monday evening. The exhibits used' locally at various Thriller At Ft.. MyersOne
cast will be of thana (Continued on page eight)
'' sucrose was slightly under fourteen composed more times. A large glass jar'of sugaris

:" per cent. He had four varietiesb4 hundred boys and girls of the placed against a background of of the closest reported rRader
school! all in costume and promisesto towering sugar cane and photo- games
; (Continued on page 8) anywhere, in the state this sea- RelativesTo
I be one of the most interestingand graphs, in the electric automatic

entertaining of such school projector give ,the visitor a good son was played between the Clewis-

t: J I Glades Bondholders presentations ever attempted here. (Continued on Page 8) ton Tigers and the Juniors of Fort Live In Glades
Myers Tuesday night in Fort Myersthe ':
One girl from among the group'will
{ Are Granted Review game ending in a 26-26 deadlock -
be chosen as the school sweet- (Everglades News)
Sugar Corporation
after two overtime periods
heart by a vote of the student body L. J.Rader Belle Glade businessman
had been The Tigers tookan
will act the bride in the played.
'. and as and property owner, is completing -
A group of bondholders of the Participated 100 Pet. early lead but saw it dissipateas
wedding finale of the revue. She
construction of his
Everglades Drainage district of I new
the went into the final
; Florida were granted a supreme will also be presented with a diam- In March Of DimesJay stretch and game Fort Myers dropped in''I $10,000 home on the south bankof
ond dinner ring as a token of her
canal. The
court review recently of a decision f a; field goal with seconds ,to play to the Hillsborough
denying an injunction against en- popularity.The put them two points in the lead. home is: being built especially to

forcement of Florida laws of 1931 revue will begin, at 8:00 and accommodate five of Mr. Rader's
W. Moran, vice-president and Bill Owen came back fast for the
,; and 1937 which the bondholders everyone is urged to attend. general manager of the United ,Tigers and dropped in'a field goalto German Jewish relatives who were

contend impaired the obligation, of States Sugar Corporation and appointed tie the score as the final whistle up until a short time ago in the

contracts.The Clarence Benbow Loses special chairman for this blew. In the first three minute custody of the Nazi government at

';:, group appealed from a, three- area to handle the "March of period each made one field goal Vienna. Mr. Eader, assisted by:

judge federal court" in the northern Eye In Shop Accident Dimes" campaign for the relief of leaving the score tied at 23-23 and the co-operation of the city council,

.' Florida district.' infantile paralysis, reported this the second extra period saw each negotiated with the German officials -

:' The appellants, holders of a por- morning that the corporation participated team score three points for a 26-26 at Vienna and has obtainedthe

;,, tion of the $9,919,000 bonds out- Clarence O. ,Benbow, an assistant one hundred per cent in tie. Tired out the boys on both release of the immigrants.
foreman in the division of
< standing, alleged there was $51- tractor. the campaign and that every employee teams agreed to let it go as a tie.
,the Plantation Machine Shop, was had contributed from dimeto The Fort Myers girls defeated the
a ,
000 in due
principal past and unpaid in Good Cane Growers to Attend
operated upon Wednesday a dollar to the fund. The cor- Tigerettes, by 21-10.:
and past-due interest of
approximately -
Samaritan in Palm
Hospital West poration In the Brantley of
volunteered to the state boys game
: .1 $107,000.', Beach for the removal of an eye as organization under the direction of Clewiston was high for his team I AAA Hearing Mobile

t They told the high court the the result of an accident which oc- \\'. T. Edwards of Jacksonville, to with seven points and Lee led the'

2 .three-judge tribunal's refusal to cured last Saturday afternoon' at make a special effort in this worthy Fort Myers attack with nine points.In .
grant an injunction was an abuseof the shops. He is understood to cause. the girls' game Bethea scored Clarence .R. Bitting, president of
discretion'because the laws of the United States Sugar Corpora-
have come through the operationin
The money raised in the drive five points for the Tigerettes and I
1931 and 1937 levied rates of taxes splendid shape and is recoveringfrom tion, Jay W Moran, vice-president
was forwarded the first of the Sapp 12 to lead for Fort Myers. I
"substantially less" than those provided the injury as rapidly as can and general manager and Harry
week to President Roosevelt, in The two teams met the teams
for in acts of 1923 and 1925. be expected.The afternoon Vaughn, chief chemist will represent -
whose honor the fund was created from Boynton here, Saturday -
The tax proceeds are pledged for the sugar corporation at the
accident occured when Mr. and whose birthday annually closes the Boynton girls defeatingthe
payment of the bonds. Benbow attempting to forcea 22-10 and the hearing being conducted by the Department -
u was the drive for funds. Letters sign- Clewiston girls Mobile
of Agriculture in
FIRE ALARM bearing from a shaft with a ed by every official of the sugar cor- Clewiston Tigers swamping the r of
neXt for the purpose
..' I punch. While striking the punch poration were also forwarded to the Boynton boys by 32-17. Wednesday shares
---- I proportionate
-" with a hammer a small piece of President expressing their pleasureat Bethea was high scorer in this determining
A fire alarm was sounded Monday steel ffew up, pierced the eyelid and being able to help in this great game for the Tigerettes with six i for the 1939-1940 sugar cane sea-of

evening about 7:30 when a fire cut the eyeball. Emergency treat- humanitarian work and commendinghim points and Adams and Shepherd ::on for the continental cane area

t was discovered blazing in the up- ment was given by Dr. O. F. Schiffliat upon his efforts to help suf- with nine points each for high 'scoring -I Louisiana and Florida. The hear-

holstery of a 1938 Ford sedan once and next day he was takento ferers from paralysis. honor on the Boynton .girls' ing will begin at 10:00 a. m., on

'owned by Dick Small and parked West Palm Beach where it was Merville l\Ianley, of LaBelle, was team Hare with 16 points led the I Wednesday and it is likely that will the

.. Just behind the Hay DUl1dln How- found that removal of the eye would appointed county chairman and no scoring for the Tigers and Pierre representatives from this. area

ever a tenant in the building ex- be necessary. / \ report has been received as to the with twelve points was high ,for go to Mobile Tuesday.In

tinguished the blaze before the ar- success of the drive in the countyas Boynton. addition to the representativesfrom

, rival of the fire truck. Dr. Chas., M. Breder, Jr., director a whole. Prof. B. E. Herring The Line-Ups the sugar corporation four of

'\ of the New York aquarium, after a I reported, .however, that the Clewis- Boynton Girls; Lewenz, P tin the independent cane growers of

When legislative business be- recent visit to Marine Studios St. ton school had participated a hun- and Adams, forwards, Leiverenz, the section plan to attend the

comes slack Chaplain Ben Barber Augustine, made the< following dred per cent and that more than Traylor and Thompson guards with hearing and will leave Clewiston

y.: statement: "It is the most advanced fifteen dollars had already been Shepherd, Blosch and Foy substi ,Tuesday morning by motor. They

:Representatives: \ development of marine display( I forwarded to County SuperintendentS tutes. Clewiston Girls: Bethea, Rob7 are: R, 'E. Kurtz, J. E. Beardsley,

....( have ever seen," A, Graves. (Continued on page 8) 'I j James M. Couse and R. M. Bishop!


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Weekly Nevs AnalysisU. t

I I L When Eyes Turn Westward I S. May Force Orient Peace AROUND 1'v '


R ____ __ v vl )" ",,; ."'.'.'.;,'....A"... Through Guam Defense GossipBy L

Washable Pictures. Picturesfor
Joseph W. La Bine children's rooms can be made

washable by covering them with

out that congressional authorizationfor 'white shellac.
EDITOR'S NOTE-When opinions are rearmament is one thing, but .
expressed in these columns they are thoseof Antique Candles.-Brush brown
that authorization is worthless without

the news analyst, and not necessarily
of the newspaper. appropriations. floor stain over white candles to

:fv"ae Meanwhile the game of democracy obtain an antique. effect..
vs. dictator became still more
AsiaOn bitter as Japan at once tightenedher Use Honey. Fruit cakes,

December 31, January 14 and belt and stuck out her tongue. steamed puddings, cookies, and
January 19, respectively, the U. S., As 'the diet opened its new sessionin candies made with honey stay

Britain and France warned Japan Tokyo, Premier Kiichiro Hiranuma moist a long.time.. i

that they disliked her violation of announced (1) that wartime con- Large Pillow Cases. Pillow
China's "open door." Nothing hap trol measures would be placed on a '
out quickly they
pened. So painful was the silence permanent basis and (2) that Japan
. ; ,, are too small for the pillows
\ \ 1933 24 ,
GERMAN IMMIGRATION that China's Foreign Minister Wang has no alternative other than to
forced into them.
'' Chung-Hui finally suggested that democracies "exterminate those who fail to un
1934 sst3 SINCE JANUARY, 1933 might be using the wrong derstand" her aim in China.

1935 4,891_ tactics. His proposal: To follow Said Foreign Minister Hachiro Knitted Rag Rug to
these strong diplomatic notes with Arita: "What Japan desires is the
.' = 1936 6,073 --= '_:J formal proposals of settlement, even creation of a new order which is to Make in Soft ColorsBy

unto actual terms. secure the permanent peace of east
1937 n.t 127 :.'. _:: ..-:. ._. :.u: --,', What Foreign Minister Wang for Asia, that is to say, the construction RUTH WYETH SPEARS ....

is that neither the U. S. nor of a new east Asia upon an ethical -
got is news for those who
1938 7ooa :'h.'H'= : : : J HERE
: )
feels obligated foundation wherein Man-
France nor Britain yet Japan, been writing me for
to beg for peace with Tokyo. But I chukuo and China, while each pre more rag rug designs. A special

Until this year, Germany's annual quota immigrants to till if Japan would make the overture-. serving her independence and indi- Rug Leaflet has been prepared for

United States teas 25,957, boosted to 27,370 since Germany took And that precisely what the U. S. viduality, will stand united and 'you. It will be included free upon

over ,Austria. As above figures show, this quota leas never used up, state department now seems benton linked together for active "collaboration request with your order for the
and aid .
do. 'mutual .
making Japan
in the 12-month last 1 German emigration two books offered herewith. If
though period ending .July ,
As the crow flies, Guam lies 1,500
have these two useful
to America showed a decided upswing. In recent months this miles southeast of Tokyo. This 150- Germany you

has become even more marked, and today every westbound boat Dr. .Hjalmar Horace Greeley

carries more refugees. The current fiscal year's quota is alreadynear :-} \ : H {t{.M...: 1)i't'cifJC Schacht gained a good world name 1 MEDIUM GREEN ,,,.
exhaustion. Most immigrants have I ell Jewish people.I by rescuing the German mark dur- t
.:::::;: :: ? ;:::;; ? /V o 2 BLUE
inflation. He has headed
_........."" ;. .'. '::::ii'i.:: :':':..:': : Ocean the since 3 DARK
: <- Reichsbank
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:f:I.-'N.n" 'TI 1 R :. JAPAN)o'T switching over to Nazidom despiteits GREEN '

_I Ea r\ 'D ; ; I"! '.... .... -v.\' lit KYO unorthodox policies of self-suf-

_I r ., '. ;....." :. J} } ; 1500 MI. ficiency which are diametrically
:: WAKE opposed to recognized economic and l 2 KN TIED
I 1 2
A1 Y I ISLAND Ger i ,
I 45T r. PH.tuPmE. \ political principles. Though STRIPS
> many's finances have suffered uu.
a-aGUAM through foreign trade losses, Doctor 2 3 1, 2 3I

;$0 Schacht was miraculously able to restore EDGEHET

a measure of economic pros- 3 1 d 31f ,--)
But this has been a personal vic- }

tory, won not through Nazi merits books, send 6 cents .in stamps for
but through Schacht friendship. Be- the Rug Leaflet. T

Refugees get their first glance at the Statue of Liberty, wondering AUSTRALIA cause he held such a good name, Wooden knitting needles%-inch

what the new land holds in store for them. Once in New York, Doctor Schacht was able to travelin in diameter are used for this rug.
THE ISLAND OF GUAMMr. select foreign circles where Nazis Cut or tear the ragsinch wide
they are bundled off to refugee headquarters.
Lippmann stated the case. Hitler, Goering and Goebbels and knit them in strips 10 inches

would not be accepted. Result: He wide changing colors every 10
square-mile tract has belonged to wangled many a foreign trade con- inches by cutting'' the material

i I the U. S. since 1898; lately becoming cession, especially from England.The close to the needle and sewing a
a potentially important belief that he may have been new color to it.
Pacific commercial aviation. But
wolfish ,despite his sheep's clothingis When three strips have been
since flashing her
Japan began further illustrated by the Schacht knitted with the colors arrangedas
fangs Guam has become evenmore
plan for disposing of German Jews, shown here, sew them together q
important as an outpost to protect
America's back door. The need for ,.uuuuUu........... on the wrong side with heavy car- ;.4';
thread. y'.
such an outpost is illustrated by Japan's pet
NOTE: Be your own decorator.
illegal fortification of nearby,
Make new draperies; curtains;
mandated Caroline and Marianne
islands. / YLr slipcovers; bedspreads and dozensof
other things for every room.
Official Washington thinks Japanis
Mrs. Sewing Book No.
Chi' Spears'
using outlaw tactics in her
"SEWING, for the Home Deco-
nese invasion, her illegal fortifica-

America owes many of its Edouard Benes, resigned pres. tions and-of less importance to the with rator,."step-by-step shows you exactly illustrations.Book how,.

most prominent residents to ident of Czechoslovakia, who is U. S.-by threatening to fish Rus- 2-Gifts, Novelties and Em-

German persecution. Above: now a visiting professor at the sian waters or not.whether When Moscow PresidentRoosevelt's approves broidery; shows you how to make

Albert Einstein, famous scientist, University of Chicago. He was $552,000,000 emergency fascinating things from odds and

who has taken out citizenshippapers known as "Europe's smartest little defense program reached congress, ,* ends and will save its cost many

here., statesman." an item of $44,000,000 was listed for < times. Books are 25 cents each;
naval air and submarine bases. Now ? a if you order both books, the Rug

I vI this has been boosted to $65,000,000, Leaflet is included FREE. Ad- S

and $5,000,000 of the 'sum would be dress: Mrs. Spears, 210 S. Des-

authorized at Guam for deepeningthe plaines St., Chicago, Ill.

harbor, making landing fields
and enlarging marine barracks I
This drew from Japan exactly the fif CONSTIPATED?

protest Washington expected and h,
wanted. When Tokyo objected that Don't Let Gas, Herve Pressure

Guam's fortification would be an aggressive Keep You Miserable
move, the White House 1j
commented that Columnist Walter I happen When FIRST you are: Accumulated constipated w1\.StessweU two things

Lippmann's remarks just about fit- GERMANY'S WALTHER FUNK up the bowels and press on nerves in the
Dr. Schacht become salesman? tivo tract. This nerve pressure causes dige&l
Will a
ted the should
P' picture: "Congress aches, a dull, lazy feeling, bilious spells,
L authorize the fortification of Guam, of appetite and dizziness. SECOND: Partly
whereby democracies would agreeto digested food starts to decay forming GAS,
and then the state
department stimulate consumption of Nazi bringing on sour stomach, acid indigestion, "
Max Reinhardt, long an important Lotte Lehman, star of New should invite the Japanese to discuss and heartburn, bloating you up until you
exports. for breath. Then can'teat.
sometimes gasp you
figure on the stage, who 1'orfc's Metropolitan opera, is the question under Article XIXof But Doctor Schacht has been sum- You can't sleep. Your stomach ia sour.
the Washington treaty (ninepower You feel tired out grouchy and miserable.
to the United States
came but
two herself "Aryan" has two marily 'dismissed as Reichsbank Adlenka gives you tho DOUBLE ACTIONyou

years ago, and is now directinga "non Aryan" step sons. Her door pact). In guaranteeing this discussion China's we could open president, a sudden coup which observers relieves need.that This awful efficient GAS carminative almost at once.cathartio It
Broadway play. He is becoming German and Austrian property can interpret in either of usually clears the bowels in less than two
to the Japanese if they do not
say : hours. No waiting for overnight relief.
a citizen. seized, she became an American. wish Guam to be fortified they two ways: Sold at all drug store
Pro-Schacht. Because of the
., might return to the treaty by dismantling -
w fortifications in the mandated unique confidence foreigners placein Fatal to Thought .
; Doctor ReichsfuehrerHitler
:11 islands." Schacht Incessant scribbling is death to
President Roosevelt has remainedfree may believe him more usefulas thought.-Carlyle. \

of the controversy by pointing an international salesman than a 't
banker. Since he is to remain in
the cabinet (without portfolio) there MINOR SKIN IRRITATIONS,

jji Hy'r ;. Trend are rumors he will attempt to peddle' MOROWIE
Jews and exports abroad, mean 1lmWingless

.." :.: ;.:::.'.:t ::: TELEVISION-British Broad- while speeding up the return of war, SNOW-WHITE PETROLEUM JELLY
lost German colonies.
casting corporation, celebratingthe
% Anti-Schacht. His successor to Love
second anniversary of televi-
the bank presidency is Dr. Walther Friendship is love without his
sion, announces 10,000 picture receivers -
in Funk, economics minister who wings.-Byron.
are now being used
champions the Reich's barter trade
principle. This theory differs as !
MONEY-Idle credit resourcesof
federal reserve bank members night and day from I?. S. Secretaryof Still Coughing?
State Hull's reciprocaltrade
have reached an all-time record
high of $3,560,000,000.DROUTH system, and Doctor.Funk's ap- 'Even if other medicine has :faileddon't ,
pointment indicates Germany will be discouraged, try Creomul-
The Southwest's"dust sion. Your
druggist is authorized to
bowl" is in its best condi- continue to expand her foreign trade refund your money if you are not
tion since 1932 with 13,752,118acres along unorthodox barter lines. thoroughly satisfied with the bene-
to and But an even greater fear of Ger- :fits obtained. Creomulsion is one
planted cover crops man bondholders is inflation. Longa word,ask for it plainly,see that the
: only 2,664,000 acres expected to name on the bottle is Creomulsion,
/ be subject to wind erosion this foe of excessive borrowing, Doctor and you'll get the genuine product
: () year. Schacht saw his financial sugges- and the relief you want. (Adv..
; Jt CONVENT-Henceforth gov- tions abandoned time and again'last

ernment troops may be billettedin year as the Austrian anschluss, CREOMULSION
the premises of Austrian con- Czech crisis and Sudeten acquisitiondrew
An American citizen (left) vents. Germany deeper into the red.

greets his Polish Jew brother and ic1: g6 ARMY-Current increases in That inflation is coming may be indicated For Coughs or Chest

nephew as they arrive in New Yorkin : v the U. S. army will boost the nation by the fact that 1938 saw Colds'i "-

search :of a haven. But thousands from tenth to eighth rankingin currency circulation rise'' 20 per '\

of others (right) still huddlein ;., :. world military forces. cent bank, bank deposits clearings, 15 per 50 cent.per cent and These Advertisements J

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they were ashamed; nowthey're Lesson 4 A CHANGE\ IA A MAN M1RREDFOR \
ashamed when
they B L. LUNOQU1ST. D. D. G Is TrtlRTrOMl '
blush. lean P.he Moody Bible: Instituteof
Ever noticed that the girl Chicago. f m c '(ERS yJHO\
O Western Newspaper union
friend's watch is just like herself STA f S AT OMEVER..NGHT

: j, : ? It's expensive, has a nice
face and pretty hands-and it's Lesson for February 5 .oTHAT'Sw

:i- ". never on time.
'" Many women stop in front of Lesson subjects and Scripture text. selected -
windows to reflect. and copyrighted by International WELL/ 1T \ THEN AGMM' IT MIGHT
: shop merely Council of Religious Education: used by |
Some girls smile because permission. AT I CALL NUGHTBEj BE EUW\A CISM '
they have a sense of humor;f PETER PREACHES LOVE r,
others because they have dim- PENTECOSTLESSON

,f'. ples. TEXT-Acts 21218. 3641. "
,',. Some, women are sorry they GOLDEN TEXT-Not by might nor by '
". have but one man to lay the power' but by my Spirit, saith the Lord of\
law down to. hosts.-Zechariab 4:6. 01

We need a revival. With one accord -
leaders of the Church agreeon f .

that'point although they may dif-

CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT fer cial prominent widely and civic government on leaders other matters.agree.official One So-recently WHAT to EAT and WHY

said that the only hope for 1\0 .. n. 'f ,. .'
the world in this hour of conflict 1. -r....-..
and confusion was a return to the eluding mackerel, salmon, eels,
.. Christian faith of our fathers. C. Houston Goudiss Touches Upon the Food Valuesof herring, catfish and shad are com-

MINERAL LANDSLANDS How such revival of faith paratively rich in energy values.
may a Fish ,and Shellfish; Shows How They.Can Helpto
toward God (with its quickening of The fuel value of cod, flounder,
In probable Oil. Gas and :Mineral perch, ,smelts and haddock, whichare
produclnl: areas. S1.50 per acre. Write the believer and the resultant sal- Improve Nutritive Quality of the Diet
J. SI. BARKER, BRADLEY, ARKANSAS.PHOTOGRAPHY vation of sinners) be brought about? low in rat, and halibut and

Certainly it is not in the power of By C. HOUSTON,GOUDISS whitefish which have a moderate
man to produce it, although he does amount, may be increased throughthe
: PRESENT-DAY: nutritionist might easily quarrel with thetraditional
have a vital part in surrendering A use of a rich sauce, or they
ANY EIGHT NEGATIVE KODAK ROLLS himself to God's plan and purposeso distinction between ,fish, flesh and fowl. ,For may be cooked in fat.

HOLLYWOOD finished In double STUDIO.size prints.Owensboro Send, 25c.Ky. that He may work again in the the flesh of fish, cattle, swine, sheep,and-poultry is commonly Taking into consideration its
midst of His people. Our lesson for referred to as "meat; and the nutritive ,values of all these food values and economy, and
y today clearly indicates how God when the preserved forms are utilized -
foods properly may be considered together. Their composition -
L Cross Stitch and wprked on Pentecost, namely, its ease of preparation, the
is similar consisting principally of protein water
through a Spirit-filled people, pro- very homemaker who desires to feed
I Crochet for Linens claiming His own Word, with aston and fat, with the chief variation occurring in the fat content. her family well should serve fishor

ishing results following. Will not They also average about one<3 shellfish, in some form, much

f I God work in the same way today if per cent of minerals and con- their fine amount of this precious oftener than once each week!

f we only give Him a chance? tain some of the vitamins in vitamin. I

i-if L I. An Amazing Spiritual Experience varying amounts.Fish The body oils, of certain fish are :I Questions AnsweredMrs. I
(vv 12, 13). also valued for their vitamin D.

Read the first 11 verses of this Some varieties that are notablein
M. l\lcK.-It has been cal-
chapter and you will learn of the vs. Other Flesh Foods this respect are salmon, her-
culated that the amount of vita-
coming of the Holy Spirit upon the There.is a wide variation among ring and sardines. It is agree- min G now believed to be neces-
Ir. disciples-as the rushing of a the different kinds of fish in the able as well as economical to ob- for helping to maintain good
r.k mighty wind, in tongues of fire, and amount of ..fat they tain vitamin D serving seafood, health might be supplied by a pintof
in the to the Wordof because fish supplies
ability proclaim contain. in gen- so.many milk, one serving of grape-
God to all other valuable nutrients at the
men. eral, fish have less
fruit, one whole e'gg, five slicesof
j ,:: There is no use talking about another fat and more water same time. whole wheat bread and one

!j ,Pentecost as though God than other forms of serving of turnip greens. <
,: needs to repeat that marvelous' day. meat.. Their tissue Fish Is Universally Available Mrs. L. C. A.-There is abso-

1 1 'But the essence' of what occurredon fibers are also There are perhaps more varie- lutely no basis for the 'old super-
Pentecost is the deep need of shorter, which ties of fish than any other typeof stition that fish and milk should
both individual Christians and of the :i 3$4<4UY makes for ease of first-class protein food. A government not be taken together. Some per-

Church today. In much (one is almost digestion. In many bulletin has listed 40( sons might have been made, ill by

I' ready to say, most) of our cases, their flavoris kinds besides smoked and salted taking fish .and milk at one meal.
.I ;. :Ir Christian work there is not only a less pronounced fish and the various shellfish. But in that case, we must con-
r f; failure to recognize the Holy Spirit, because there are Thus the use of fish provides clude that the individual must

? l-' but what appears to ,be an actual fewer extractives.For ample ,opportunities for varying have been allergic to one of these
1 ignoring of Him. One of the great this reason, fish is consideredless the menu. Moreover, though fish' ioods; or' possibly the fish was
experiences of literally thousands of stimulating, and, that is also is more perishable than other flesh not' fresh. '
students who have come under the why it is often served with some foods, it is available today in every -WNU-C. Houston Goudiss-1939-48.
? ,. writer's care during the years is sort of 'sauce, or with a lemon i town and hamlet, however remote -
j Use this'cross stitch and crochet their sudden understanding of' the garnish, to point up the flavor. from the waterways.No .
,,1 :l. on scarfs, towels and pillow cases fact that' the Holy Spirit is a person The proteins of fish ,are'' regarded matter where she lives, the *

and have linens you'll be proud of. ,-yes, a convicting, regenerating, di- as equally useful with other homemaker can choose from a

.f! ; ,Pattern 1872 contains a transfer recting, and energizing member of forms of meat for helping to,build wide variety of canned, dried, 10 "
; : pattern of eight motifs ranging the divine Trinity, working in and and repair body tissues. Most lean smoked, salted and quick-frozen
: "from 5 by 13J/2 to 3Y2'by 7% inches; through man. fish are richer in minerals than fish. And both transportation and

directions and chart for the filet't II. An Effective Spiritual Message fatty fish; in this respect, they refrigeration have' been so improved
crochet; materials required; illus, (vv. 14-18, 36. See also vv. 19-35). resemble lean meats. that fresh-caught are

:"'; trations of stitches. The characteristics of a real gospel Salt water fish are notable as distributed far inland. ,

Send 15 cents in, coins for this message are found here. Firstof a source of iodine, required for I quick-frozen fish should, be
pattern to The Sewing Circle, all there must be a Spirit-filled the proper functioning of the thy- I handled as carefully as fresh fish,
';;' 1: Needlecraft Dept., 82 Eighth Ave- preacher. He maybe a minister or roid gland. ,It is desirable that kept under refrigeration, and
" nue, New York, N. Y. he may be a layman, but if the this mineral be included in the used within a reasonable time aft-

> Spirit of God is upon him, there dietary to help prevent simple er purchasing. Canned fish, nat-

f-. For Genuine will be the right,kind of message. goiter. urally, requires no refrigeration, DISAPPOINTING stands of vege-
' That message will not be an essay and a supply can always be kepton tables and flowers may be

j i T PURE book review, or dissertation on The Cattle of the Sea hand both for everyday use caused by seeds that have be
r'/" ASPIRIN social or civic problems, but an exposition and for emergencies. come too old to produce :first-
: of the Word of God. Note The most significant difference The most important canned fish, class .
J I ,that Peter preached and interpreted between fish and most other flesh in terms of the 'amounts packed is difficult for gardeners to
0 oti I prophecy a subject which no foods is that with the exception of and sold, is salmon. This flavor- distinguish between "stale"

I' : preacher should neglect-but that certain shellfish which are pro- some fish is an'excellent and economical seeds and'seeds in their prime.To .
he did so not for the purpose of hav- duced under government regula- protein food which is,also help you, all Ferry's Seed
WNU-7 5-39 ing a sensational sermon subject, tion, "crops" from the sea are notable for its energy value; its packets are dated. But first,
but in order to reveal the glories of neither planted by man, nor cul- calcium, phosphorus and iodine; Ferry's Seeds must'pass rigid

All for Ally the person and work of Christ-a tivated by him. and as a source vitamins A tests for germination and

No man for himself, but everyman lesson some preachers need to Unlike the farmer or the cattle and ,D. Other canned seafoods vitality. -
for all.-William Booth. ,learn. man, the fisherman gathers his that are sold in volume include' When buying your seeds,
I. L The manner of preaching is also "harvest" without the previous effort tuna, sardines, shrimp and look for this year's date-mark,
.. important. Peter was definite, ear- of sowing seeds or cultivating clams. Canned crab and lobster : "Packed for Season 1939. It's
7n'ly.r nest, bold, and decidedly personalin plants; without the necessity of meats and oysters are ,also to be on the 'back of
'. his preaching. A man who is providing shelter or fodder.To found upon the shelves of most, t FERRT3 every packet in
.1.; : : Oih speaking in the energy of the flesh a man or woman who has grocers, together with other varieties your local dealer'sconvenient display

b. .., should beware of such marks upon never enjoyed the experience of of seafood, some. packed in = of Ferry's Seeds.
11 .. his preaching, but a Spirit-filled man catching fish for dinner, the sea tomato sauce. .
N e IsarM1 should; rejoice in the holy boldnessand may suggest nothing but an expanse When using canned salmon and
1 II ntJ / assurance which the,Holy Spirit of blue-green water. But other kinds of fish that have been frrryPitbt Seed Ferry-Morte Grower Seed,Detroit Co.,
gives. He will be delivered' from to those who are familiar with the put into the'cans before cooking, DAIf0 and San Franelieo.
M any temptations to be extreme or habits of its denizens, the sea is a it is advisable to conserve the Send for handiome
SPErlRLII unkind, but will at the same time fascinating place teemingwith juices which cooked out during the Home Garden Catalog.
be led to say those things which life. It contains many formsof sterilization process, as these con-
will prick the hearts of people and vegetable materials, of which tain valuable nutrients. FERRY'S
Complete GardenFor cause them to turn to Christ.III. seaweed is the best known. These

? An Appropriate Spiritual Re- provide food for the lower formsof Varieties of Shellfish f
sult (vv. 37-41). SEEDSUSE
d.2 anjmal life which inhabit the Clams, oysters, shrimp and scal-
, (Regular Value $2.25) We often say that there is very little waters. They, in turn, are eaten lops differ somewhat from other FERRY'S GARDEN SPRAT-NONPOISONOUS -
>I old-time conviction of sin
today, by larger creatures. In the final
forms of seafood, chiefly in that NON-STAINING, ECONOMICALADVERTISEMENTS
} lb. Stringless Green Pod Bush Bean and alas, it is all too true. It is not all forms of'animal
analysis life
I lb. McCaslan Pole Bean they contain some carbohydrates. *
, oz. Asgrow Wonder Beet even the privilege of many spiritu- in the sea, as on land, are dependent They have very little fat. Oystersare
1 pkt. Long Island Wakefield Cabbage
ally-minded preachers who
1 pkt. Hastings'Eden Gem Cantaloupe presenta for their sustenance upon the rich in iodine and they mightbe
1 pkt. Imperator Carrot true gospel to see such a responseas which
sun, stores ,up energy .in compared the glandular or-
1 pkt. Hastings' Cabbage Collard Peter
} saw on Pentecost. But
f(. 1 pkt White Spine Cucumber green plants. gans, such as liver and kidney, nfEW DDfEImS
that does no1'mean that
".ire 1 pkt. Icoburg Lettuce the Spirit is
of three vitamins A
1 as a source ,
pkt. Stone Mountain Watermelon not working.God '
1 pkt. Perkins Green Pod Okra Fish as a Source'of Vitamin D B and G.Place.
does not hold
1 pkt. Prizotakor Onion us responsiblefor .
r\ lb. John L. Extra Early English Pea The is concerned with "-'--
1 outward evidence of results. He sun too, ore guide to modern living.
1 oz.pkt.Rosy World Gem Beoter Radish Pepper does hold every teacher and preacher the production of vitamin D, as it of Fish in the Diet :They your bring you ,today's NEWS
1 pkt. Yellow. Crookneck. Squash. responsible for faithful dischargeof is by means of sunshine that our. The most-important contributionof about the food you eat and the
ti 1 1 pkt.oz. Shogoln Everbearing. Turnip Globe Tomato his sacred stewardship. That in- best source becomes available. ,all forms of fish is their pro clothes you wear; the stores you
(18 Varieties Vegetables-Value $1.75)ALSO cludes more than the public minis- Fish liver oils are the richest nat- t'einsvhich as we have seen may visit and the home you live in.
Factories everywhere are turningout
1 pkt.:California Bluo Boll try of teaching a Sunday School ural sources of vitamin D. This be used interchangeably with new and interesting products.
1 pkt. Japanese Sunflower. class or preaching a sermon. It vitamin is necessary for the proper those of'beef, pork, lamb, veal
1 pkt. California Poppy O And the place to find out about
that the individual's utilization of calcium and ,and poultry. The iodine of sea
.rh, 1 pkt. Bluo Bedder Echium means life is phos- these new things is right here in
: (5VarietieeEasilyGrownFlowca.Value50el 1 pkt. Mixed Candytuft. ) right with God-no trickery, no dis phorus in building strong bones" foods and shellfish is also extremely this newspaper. Its columns are
\ _lr Compieta Garden-total value $2.25-sent honesty, no double dealing with Godor and sound teeth. We prize highlythe important, and in some filled with important messages
for .$1.CO. Postpaid. .Sand for it TODAY.H. man; a life yielded to: the controlof liver oils of the cod, halibut, varieties, the content of vitaminsA which you should read.
G.:Hastings Box 4033.Atlanta. Ga.
the salmon swordfish and and ,D. The fatty fish, in-
MY 1933 CATALOG SENT FREE ON REQUEST Holy Spirit. tuna for more


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by printing handbills, menus and area were engaged in some important one of the most brilliant and color- Bannon's negro quarters near the r
The Clewiston calling cards.Conjuring task: electric'ians' stringing ful shows ever staged, authentic as Seaboard Air Line railroad tracks. JL 1 .

all this isn't stretchingthe millions of light bulbs; carpenters to historical facts and intensely in- Zella died almost instantly after / *
from start to finish. being shot in the chin the bulletof
Published every Friday in Clewlator, imagination much further thai building shelves, counters and constructing teresting
Florida by the CLHWISTON NEWS was done to put the government into exhibits; decorators hang- Each Thursday afternoon "Lucky" a .22 rifle passing through her

Inc utility business. The TVA was: ing flags and bunting; mechanics Teter and his famous "Hell Driv- head. According to witnesses the

set up as a national defense, flood assembling ferris wheels and other ers" will give fair visitors the thrillof shooting climaxed a heated row

KEATHLEY DOWDEN, Editor control farm relief and navigation I j riding devices; county agents supervising their lives with deathdefyingfeats which lasted for some time.-La-

measure. Equipped for that il the artistic arrangementof and stunts which will includea Belle News. _, ",

Entered as second class mail matt r found itself-to nobody's great sur fruits, vegetables and other pro- head-on collision between two
February 1, 1927, at the Post Office JiQlewlston duce of our soil; home automobiles, leap-
Florida, under the Act or prise-in a position to produce elec swiftly moving :
March 3, 1897. tricity. And as selling electricity tion agents sorting demonstra-I ing a speeding car over a barrier

is a corollary of producing it, the displays of jellies and ; and through a' wall of living flame

9n4e! erlption Rate $2.90 Per Tear.Advertising TVA went into competition with men tending prize ; turning a car over at 60 miles per MERCHANTS M

private companies which the su trymen watching over blue rib'bon I hour, and many other ,features.
Ilate On Appllt! tloa. preme court says they have no birds; garden club ladies arranging I There will also be three days of WISE

right to be free of. magnificent floral exhibits; land- A.A.A. auto races, with the world's Advertise !
Devoted to the advancement an* welfare scape architects and park officials fastest dirt track drivers participaing. -
law but itdoesn't
of Clewiston and Hcndry County That may a good
making a last minute survey of attracted' --
sound like good public pol Liberal awards == ,
to ground beautification plans; women speed maniacs from all sections of
icy. Giving an inch is likely re-
THE MURPHY BILL sult in taking a mile. The govern- bringing displays of the homeinak- the country and these races at the 1---

ment is already in the printing busi- er's art; school officials supervising DeSoto Exposition promise to be
passed a bill the installation of the most fast and thrilling.
The 1937 legislature ness, the banking business the insurance plenty plenty I --
known by: the legislators as Senate business the utility business elaborate school exhibit ever stag Elaborate plans of the Gasparilla'

Bill No. 396 but better known to the building and loan busi- ed. organization for the staging, of the'

Floridians generally as the MurphyBill ness-and it will be in the real estate To attempt to list all of the 1939 Gasparilla parade and pageant Good FarmLand
for the purpose of giving land- things these busy'people were doingis
insure this far the
business up to its neck before being by great
whose"lamls the taxes too great a task,,;/but I've listeda I
owners, on
that is over. Lately it has been est show in the history of the or-:
delinquent, an opportunity of them and can jR st:
were many years few you :
getting into the cotton business, the ganization, with a magnificent
to pay these taxes and : multiply the above Description many I
grapefruit business and onething float parade, brilliant and colorful
get their lands back on the tax ; [ times over and you will have some r
and another, and that "new 'order"fellow I capture, of the city by Gasparilla
roll. The supreme court not only idea of what an Exposition grounds ) .
and his of cut-throats, Coronation )
they are trying to put on ; gang' for Rent
upheld the law in its entirety but really looks like just prior to the
interstate commerce commission will Ball! and other events. The
held that taxes for the year in
of the showy;\
have Uncle Sam in the railroad ( date set for this feature is Monday -'
which the certificates were advertised afternoon ) attended an
business if he gets half a chance. Sunday ;' Feb. 6. ; ,
for sale would be cancelled at which the
These lines are close enough to the, impressive ceremony The following Monday, Feb. 13,
along with all the taxes for prior United States Government Exhibit I >-
grocery business the hotel business new Nobles of the Mystic Shrine will

years. r' the drygoods business and most building was officially dedicated. take over the city to stage a great,
The latter provision has caused Following appropriate cere-
other businesses to warn practically Shrine Parade. Committees have
many to delay taking'advantage of everybody that unless a halt Is call- monies I was escorted through the been at work for weeks on the I TrespassersWill
the Act as long as possiblein displays
Murphy building to view the marvelous -
ed the time will come when they 1 plans and Shrine Day at the De- \,
order to settle current taxes. But of various governmental '
will not be, free of government Soto Exposition promises to be an Be
the 1939 is now well along and been I
year departments which had pre-
comepetition. Fort Myers. News- I event long to be remembered. There;
this is the last year that taxes will staff of I
pared and installed by a ProsecutedClewiston
Press. will be fun fast and furious, with.
be payable under the act for it automatically -
exhibit experts. stunt after ,stunt on the downtown
expires on June 9th un- the De- I
The Federal Exhibit at
less the Legislature of 1939 sees >---o(..:.. :..:..:..:..:..:..c..:..:..: :.::..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. Soto Exposition is the largest and streets the great during street the parade day which followed terminates by-i II >

fit to renew it. finest ever shown: new and mod- at the Exposition grounds,I

It is considered most unlikelythat Too Late To Classify ern in every respect and housedin I where Shriners will stage the real i
the law will be renewed as the erected
a splendid new building fun show of the fair for the wait-.
greater part of this tax-burdened especially for the purpose. Great
ing thousands in the grandstand.
property will have been. cleared by 'By 'R..usstLL Kay credit is due Dr. Alexander V Dye Whatever you do, don't miss the I And }
the time the legislature meets and the Realty
United States
I IAmerica's
there is belief current that the (..x..c.. :":*:--:":":":":":":":":":":":" :--:":. Pan American DeSoto Exposition,
a Pan American Hernando DeSoto I
tribute to Hernando De-:
legislature will not only refuse to This column is written just about Exposition, and his capable staff, Soto who four hundred years ago DevelopluentCorpol'ation
: I
continue it but may bring it to an 24 hours before the gates will swing for the splendid work they have landed on the' shores of Tampa Bay

end shortly after the_ session opens. open on Florida's outstanding win- done. This one great exhibition, and was commissioned by the Kingof

"Wjhether this be true or not makes ter attraction the Pan American alone is worth many :times the ad-] Spain as' Florida's' First Governor.
little difference for the time is short' Hernando DeSoto Exposition and mission charge at the fair and is'. .

in which to settle those back taxes by the time you read it the show but one of 24 buildings each pack I

in the event your property is burd- will have been in progress, severalda's. ed with beautiful, interesting and "
ened with a heavy load so it'is John Arnold Held
educational displays.
wise to act immediately to have the
During the past week, from ,my For weeks 800 people have been I
certificates advertised and sold by in For Fatal Shooting not onh.j[ SAFE
the clerk of the circuit court at office window in the Fair Grounds, rehearsing their various parts i ,

auction. A dollar and, costs is the I've watched huge trucks come and the great DeSoto Pageant, which 1)

usual Murphy sale bid. go with every imaginable kind of will be staged each night in foontof i John Arnold, 42 year old negro ,

Drainage exhibit material. No bee, hive was the grandstand during the first I tie cutter, employed by Paul O'Ban-
With the Everglades
than ever ever busier. Thousands of peopleall week of the- exposition from Janu-I non, is being held in the Hendry
refunding plans nearer
to realization it is wise to take ad- over the extensive Exposition ary 31 to February 4. It will be county jail at LaBelle for actionof

do the state's attorney in the fatal
vantage of opportunity to
every .. '
4 : shooting Sunday of his consort, 20
fe&s'axes your
away with the ex< on 1
property and prevent from becom- year old Zella May Waters, in 0'-

ing state property after June. ODDITIES AT THE FAil


supreme court's dictum in I Notice is hereby NOTICE given that the -
the TVA holding that thereis NEW YORK-Here are a few of the contents of the familiar bath- I undersigned will on the 7th day of here are several safe places for
case the strikingly unusual things visitors room medicine cabinet; 'I February A. D. 1939 apply to tha I your savings..in? a safe depositbox
"no right to be free of competition of the above styled Court for
twill find at the New York Displays of rare orchids, renewed undersignedthe in government bonds, invested
to the
order adopting
will get an approving nod World's Fair 1939: every three days by plants I an following minor Children Viz I here,etc. The principal difference iI
from the American public. That Larry Arthur Davis age 4 years and is that HERE
A parachute tower from,which flown to the Fair from Venezuela.The Robert Mortis Davis age 1 and Vj your savings earn a
has always been a popular view in visitors may "bail out" at an elevation tremendous discharge of I years. I generous profit for you... because
the United States. However the volts of man-made, J. L. Brantley, they work constantly and profitably
of 250( feet and'be sure of 10,000,000 I Mis. J. L.. (Rebeca) Urantley. ,
manner in which it was applied in a "happy landing." lightning.A I C.N. Jan. 6, 13, 20. 27, Feb. 3. amply soured by many homes.

the TVA case opens up a vista that Revolving "magic carpets" from Brazilian exhibit building
may not be so popular., Specifically which you may look down as froma erected on stilts.

it was competition by the Unit- height of two miles upon "The A floor made of cotton. J. M. COUSE Clewiston Federal

ed States government that the supreme City of Tomorrow" inside the 200- .

court' said the utility com- ,foot Perisphere. Ricksha runners from South Counselor and Attorney at Law Savings and Loan

panies had no right to be free of. A "Tree of Life" carved from Africa six and a half feet tall and Hopkins Building I

And if the government can compete the trunk and branches an elm clad mostly in feathers,horns and I Wednesdays and Saturdays AssociationSOUTHWEST ,

with them it would seem that it planted in Connecticut in 1781 by beads. 9:30 to 4:00 I

can contrive to compete with almost Revolutionary War prisoners: the I
A cascading from ------------ -- -- -----

anybody. "Steve Brodie" jumping six high roof of a building.: I .. _
"With the dry cleaners, for exam- times a day from a reproductionof Mural paintings that change

ple. In Florida by some queer the Brooklyn Bridge. their colors while you're lookingat -'- =,;" ,
.. .
them. =- ,
quirk of legislative reasoning that t"' ,
business has been held to affect the The most valuable wheat field Fireworks set to music in related ,. 'I I

public health. As the public healthis for its size in the world in full patterns of, color and light. -

a matter for governmental con- growth. A city entirely populated by I" I i

cern, a reason is thus establishedfor Five million dollars worth of midgets. = II

going into the dry cleaning diamonds, rubies, emeralds and An automobile speedway half a JLJ
mile long on top of an exhibit I Ie&i :
business.Or other gems in one glittering dis I !! t

play. : building. J ,, a : I ri
it could into the
The steel-walled bathysphere Mighty snowstorms sweeping i
paper business. The government is 1 1I 1I 1I
in which descent has been made down out of a clear Spring sky.::
already a: considerable publisher of e
miles down in the':black depthsof ..
information: which it sells to the ,-
public; It also does job printingin the ocean. A building turned inside out I
"Rocket gun" by which passengers -
the form of with its roofbeams on the outside.
stamped envelopes. will be shot to the moon, or Moving chairs traveling aroundin
Among other things It gets out the Mars .someday-perha. I
a building so visitors won'thave i
Congressional Record a tort of The model of human I l
a eye so; to walk.A i
daily newspaper. Under whatever large visitors may enter it and flight to Venus so real you'llswear

authority exists for doing these look out upon the Fair's busy you've been there and met ,

things the government could estab- scene just as if the eye were doing the folks. FLORIDA .I

lish branches all over the countryof the looking.
The tallest mural paintings in
the government, printing officein the world.A Feb. Fort

Washington, connect the local Two hundred blooded cows being model of,New York City so 31-25 FAIR Myers

branches with a wire to headquar milked daily on a revolving large that the Empire State Build-

. ers and get out a daily paper In platform.An ing is reproduced 23 feet tall.
Educational Industrial and Agricultural Exposition featuring:
every hamlet in the land. It could orange grove transplanted A sphere 200 feet in diameter ,

, even sell advertising. This could I intact all the way from Florida. seeming to revolve on jets of I products of Charlotte Collier, Glades\Hendry and Lee counties. i

. be done on the representation that Automobiles with living driv- water, like the little silver ball- in I Tuesday, Feb. 21 Children's Day, school children of the five

surplus white space was available ers in hair-raising collisions and the shooting-gallery. counties admitted free.

on days when congressmen didn't flying somersaults.The A fountain that sings. Wednesday Feb. 22, Dog Show in afternoon.

make any long speeches and that largest opal in the world. Paintings that have to be destroyed Special poultry exhibit, featuring all types.

selling advertising was an appropriate An oil well in' operation with every night and done all Livestock exhibit, featuring:,: Southwest Florida's finest.

, corollary' of newspaper -publica- real drillers in the'"cast." over again next,morning. Special Grandstand Acts afternoon and night.

tion. There also might be idle time The largest model railroad ever A "Fountain of the Atom," with
Crescent Amusement Co. rides and shows on the Midway.
constructed. electrons and protons dancing I
on the presses when not too much .
propaganda came in to ,be issued Puppets 14 feet tall dramatizing around a pulsating shaft of light. I C. P. IP ""1\. Secretary-Manager. 'Qb) '_ _
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<.' N.*4_**..***.***.-.N.N.H.Ir.M.N.N.N.M.ti.M.N.N.M.N.H.-N.N.N11M. ..1.N.H..1.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.-N.M.-. MRS. H. R. HALL, ELECTED consoled Mrs. H. R. Hall, who held
-r7' ... and Thursday evenings.The .
.l. :: PRESIDENT OF AID SOCIETYMrs. low, and a pretty bracelet went to
public is very cordially invited -
: Mrs J. W. Ezelle as cut prize.
to worship In the Community

=i= PERSONAL and SOCIETY =_ dent of. II.the R. Ladies'Hall was Aid elected Society presi-at cream Heart with shaped strawberry cakes,sauce and,were ice i Church.

L''! y the meeting held yesterday after- served. Playing were Mrs. Thomas, MARGARET'S: CHURCH

y noon at the Clewiston Inn. Other Mrs. Hall, Mrs. Ezelle, Mrs. D. G. : .

: :;:I officers for the new year are Mrs. Alston, Mrs W. H. Lanier, Mrs. T. Rev., Lawrence J. Flynn, Pastor

. .... . ...-.. .... . . . W. H. Lanier, vice-president;' Mrs. Mass Sunday at 8:00.
0-. . :N.N;N;N/N. ;N/N. .N;M;N;N; ;N;M;N;N;N; 'I.N. .N;M;N;N;N;N;N;N;N.N.N;NN;N;N;N;N.N:N:w:N:N:..:N:. B. Shelley, Mrs. L. C. Miller and
Foy Durrence, recording secretary; Mrs. K. Bowdeu. Confessions Saturday evenings.
I fa Mrs. L. O. Gravely of LaBclIe day evening, to attend a spaghetti Mrs. S. W,. Houser, corresponding Catechism Saturday mornings at
I ;; was a visitor here Tuesday. supper served as a benefit for St. secretary and Mrs. W. C. Owen, MISS JAYNE, MILLER HONOR 9:00. -

Mary's Altar Society. Included in treasurer. GUEST AT SHOWER Choir practice, for children. Satur-

\ H. II. Turner spent the week-end I the group were Mr.! and Mrs. J. F. During the business session report day mornings at 9:30.: '

on a business visit to Jacksonville. Tippey, Mr. Zerney Meredith, Miss was made of the final plans Miss Margaret Jayne Miller, Evening services every Friday at.
I -- Eunice Meredith, Mrs. Mary Ketti, for the oyster supper to be held whose wedding to William Shelley 7:30. ,

I Mrs. E. L. Hayes is visiting relatives Mrs. George Yon, Miss Livonia Cong- tonight at the church. Report was Myers will take place tomorrow in

f in Fort Meade. don, :Miss! MaeVhitten, Mrs. G. H. also made of the purchase of kitchen Fort Myers, was honor guest at a FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH

,1 # t Small, Mrs. John Elmore, Mr. and equipment including stove, pots, miscellaneous shower and bridge Marshall Mines, Pastor. .
Ii' Mrs. J. B. McDonald and Mrs. Mrs. H. A. Bestor, Mrs. H. J. pans, silver and dishes for the party given by: Mrs. Charles S.

1 Otto Larsen were visitors Tuesdayin Oglesby, Miss Julianne Oglesby, Pat church kitchen.It Moore, jr., and Miss Coley Bowersat "The" Church of Friendly Distinc-

McGehee, Hervey Bourne Ed Von the home in Fort tion.
West Palm Beach. was decided lo move the dateof Moore Myers.
'Mach and M. E. Von Mach. the next which would Services every Sunday:
meeting, The house was attractively dec-
Sunday School, 9:45 a. m., B.
'! Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Berry and ordinarily be held the first week in orated with bowls of gay garden E. Herring, Supt.

Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Wilson attended .AIRS. R. J. LEE HONORED WITH I March, forward to Friday, February24th flowers. Red heart tallies were Morning Worship 11:00. Ser-

the show in Belle Glade Sunday. SURPRISE, SHOWER I in order that it may coincide used. Miss Miller received dainty mon by the Pastor.B. .
i with the annual day of prayer. This lingerie as a guest prize and was
.Y. P. U. 6:30 p. m., V. C.
Johnson Powell of Wildwood A group of friends gave a surprise meeting will begin at one o'clock presented with many lovely gifts. At
Woodward, Director.
& night here visiting shower for Mrs. R. J. Lee at with a luncheon and will. be held at the conclusion of the game straw'berry -
spent Saturday Evening :Preaching 7:30 m.
her home Friday evening. Each the church. shortcake and coffee were
Mr. and Mrs. Keathley Bowden. Sermon by the Pastor. ,
:I .6 guest brought a portion of the refreshments Mrs. W. C. Owen and Mrs. F. served. Midweek Service every Wednes-
Miss and a, delightful buffet Deane Duff were hostesses at the .
W. W. Hooks and daughter, ) day at 7:30 p. m.
Betty Hooks, of LaBelle, were visit- supper was enjoyed. I meeting yesterday.: Following the ALTAR SOCIETY MEETS AT Sermon topics for Sunday: 11:00
ing in Clewiston yesterday. Those attending were: Mrs. B. J. meeting, those attending were invited HOME OF MRS. CROCHETThe "Ready."

Schroeder, Mrs. F. F. Durrance, to the downstairs porch where
) 7:30 "The Fruit of the Vine."
Dennis Small, Hendry county tax Mrs. R. C. Wilson, Mrs. H. H. refreshments of strawberry short- Altar Society of St. Margaret's -
I Special chorus choir will sing
assessor, spent Thursday in Clewis- Turner, Mrs. H. Leonard, Mrs. C. cake and coffee were served. Church met yesterday after-
Sunday night, "Make Me a Bless-
at the home of Mrs. S. L.
M. Post Mrs. E. M. Cornette '
ton on business. Mrs.C. Attending were: Mrs. Wilfred ing," by Ira B. Wilson
f H. Berner, Mrs. Roy Alston, Mrs. Lockhart, West Palm Beach, Mrs. regular monthly Report of Loyalty Month Record

V Mr. and Mrs. Judson Francis of H. R. Knight, Mrs. A. P. Berry,1 Otto Larsen, Mrs.< Don Young, Mrs. meeting. The largest crowd so far this

; .. Canal Point spent the week-end Mrs. E. P. Berry, Mrs. V. C. Gene Barrow, Mrs. B. P. Luce, Mrs. Routine business was transactedand year was presented last Sunday

i here with relatives. Woodward, Mrs.; G. E. Etherton, Olin Carleton, Mrs..\V. B. Cate, Mrs.C. an interesting program enjoyed evening for the final service In the

Mrs. Richard Hooks, Mrs. A. 0. L. Downs, Mrs. Foy Durrence, by the members. Those attend- "Loyalty Month" campaign for

I,; F. Mrs. G. H. Small visited friends Ward, Mrs. Blanche Turner, Mrs. Mrs. J. H. Doty, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, ing were Mrs. H. T.. Vaughn, Mrs. church attendance during January.A .

I and relatives in LaBelle for a few Jimmy Wilson, Mrs. Gratton George, Mrs. J. J. Graham, Mrs. H. R. H. J. Oglesby, Mrs. J. F. Tippy, strict record of attendance has

y f. days this week.. Mrs. Tom Shelley, Mrs. R. Hall, Mrs. M. J. Hirsch, Mrs. O. A. Mrs. Zerney Meredith, Mrs. John P. been kept each Sunday during the
I h' 1\1.1! Jones Mrs. R. H. Knight, Mrs. A. Higgins and Mrs. G. A. Yon.
I Hare, Jr., Mrs. L. C. Miller, month and a check made of church
: Mr. and Mrs. H .J. B. Scharnberg A. W. Sias, Mrs. ,.A. W. Lawrence,, H. King, Mrs. J. G. Niblack, Mrs. members and visitors made at each

I '. were visitors in West Palm Beach Mrs. S. L. Crochet, Mrs. A. C.I W. C. Owen, Mrs. W. W. Perry, BIRTHSMr. service. Seventy-six per cent of the

Monday. Carlton, Mrs. Hill, Mrs. C. E. Nail, Mrs. M. M. Prewitt, Mrs. I. M. Paf- members have attended church this

\ Miss Marjorie Hood, Miss Roberta ford, Mrs. Joseph Robbins, Mrs. R. and Mrs. "'. E. Boone are month' and a total of one hundred
Rev. and Mrs. F. C. Taylor spent N. Smith, Mrs. F. C. Taylor, Mrs.
George, Miss Dorothy Hare, Miss parents of an eight pound baby girl, thirty-five non-members have visit-
;.. a few days in Lake Worth and Palm Evelyn Hare and Miss Mae Palmer. George Bellamy, Mrs. J. H. Press- who was born Monday," January 30. ed the church at least once during

Beach this week. ley, Mrs. W.': F. Simpson, Mrs. Mar- Mr. Boone is in charge of the market January. This means that a totalof
tha Ludekin and Mrs. S. W. Houser.
two hundred eleven have
Flynn BETTYE CAROL FLANIKEN at the local U. S. Sugar: corpora- persons
Father L. J. and Mr. and -
CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY tion commissary.An attended services a total of five
; Mrs. Z. G. Meredith were visitors MRS. ELMORE WINS HIGH hundred sixty-eight times duringthe

t in Miami this week. PRIZE AT WEEKLY: BRIDGEMrs. five weeks. Two member,
: Little Bcttye Carol Flaniken eight pound baby girl ,was

I!:,. celebrated her third birthday Mon- born Wednesday, February 1, to beside the pastor, have perfect at-
Mrs. Sara Jo Crews has returned Foy Durrance was hostess
:: tendance records for January. B. E.
day afternoon with a party given Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Jones at the
: after a visit in West Palm Beach Wednesday afternoon to membersof
: Herring and A. R. Broadfoot have
by her mother, Mrs. B. C. Flaniken, Clewiston Emergency Hospital.
r:;:'. ', with her sister, Mrs. T. D. Smoak, the weekly bridge club. High not been absent from any service
at their home :on the government
lj and family. reservation. score prize, a double' deck of cards, during. the month.

j: .. F. F. _Durrence, Mrs. Carl Invited .to share in the party was awarded to Mrs., John Elmore Mrs. R., ''Iit 1! I! II rn I IIIrn! li!! I filII! C rnMm!I! UIHH! i"!!I: Deacons ElectedAt
"tl. !:: : Mrs. and an ivy bowl was given the close of. the evening service -
Pafford John
were: Mary Kay '
t- t'*' H. Berner, Jo Ann Crouch, Carline M. Hare, jr., who held low'' score. WITH THE -' L last Suhd''the' church met in
f. Perry, Ronald :Hare, Emma Jane
f::' and Bobby Berner were Saturday: Apple pie was served by Mrs. G business session and elected four
Ezelle, Jimmy Knight, Gene Berry !
: visitors in West Palm Beach. Durrance to Mrs. Elmore, Mrs. ;; Churches'L Deacons to take office immediately.B. .
;, Arthur Wayne King, Paul Bowden,
Hare, Mrs. R. C. Nowling, Mrs. Glen E. Herring, A. R. Broadfoot, V.
'z Mrs. H. A. Bestor, Mrs. Margaret Linda Lee, Carol Augur, Sue Cor- Etherton, Mrs. A. C. Carlton, Mrs.! C. Woodward and :M. C. Vowell

/;: ,' Petrich, Mrs. Elizabeth Downey and nette, Heather Guthrie, Howard: Aubrey Wells; and Mrs.' V. C. Wood ''ll II '!I lilII!I f 161 IIIIIi! JJ iihlllI"lalll111!! !" !!! m ;i i irl II Blidl'ii! i were the ones chosen by the almost

t. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Francis spent Smith, Evelyn Dodge, Donald Ter- ward. unanimous vote. The first meet-

:,_ Thursday in Canal Point visiting rell and Bevoly.Flaniken. COMMUNITY CHURCH ing of the Deacons will be .held

r.;, < Mr.. and Mrs. Judson Francis. After enjoying the individual VALENTINE MOTIF USED AT Royal Palm Avenue Sunday afternoon at two o'clock in

'. cakes and ice 'cream which were ElRIDGE CLUB WEDNESDAY Forest C. Taylor, Minister the pastor's study. '

Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Francis, Mrs. served as refreshments the little Choir practice at the church this

Margaret Petrich, Mrs. Elizabeth folks watched Bettye Carol open her Mrs. I. M. Pafford,' who enter-I Morning worship and sermon next week on Tuesday evening at 7:30.

Downey and Mrs. Horace Bestor gifts. Punch-bag balloons :were tained the Wednesday afetrnoon Sunday at eleven o'clock. I' Prayer meeting on Wednesday

I' visited Bok Tower and other points distributed as favors to the chil- bridge club at her home this week,I Sunday school every Sunday evening will be an open forum discussion -

ii4.; of interest in the ridge section dren. used a Valentine motif most effec- morning at nine forty-five. of the topic "Holiness within -

: Tuesday. tively in tallies, decorations and re- I Christian Endeavor meeting Sunday the Church" or What is Church

;-, --.--- freshments.A evening at six. Discipline? Following the prayer

I : : Captain''' and Mrs. Wilfred Lock- lovely vanity tray was awarded I Junior Endeavor meeting Tues- service the regular monthly: business

i ,:-,: hart of West Palm Beach 'spent a Mrs. G. B. Thomas, who won day afternoon at threethirty.Choir meeting of the church will be con-
I American Womanhood I
,,, few days in Clew'iston this week high score prize a bottle of lotion rehearsals :Monday and ducted.

I i': visiting friends. Their daughter,
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,i Miss Dorothy Lockhart of LaBelle

visited them during their stay here. w
! t-

I ':,;,- Mrs. D. C. Hodgkin, her father, DO YOU HAVE TROUBLE ON HILLS ?

J. W. Mero, of Sanford, Mrs. James
Jackson and son, Wesley: of Cres-

cent City and Mrs. A. B. Williams

'N.1,. of Albany, N. Y., visited friends in 1 2 ty'i
Clewiston Tuesday.
}; Word was received in Clewiston :

this week of the death of A. N. f %

Giles, formerly a resident here. Mr. I tr1yg
Giles' death occurred about ten days

ago in Jackson, Miss., where he
., 9
had been residing. It is understoodthat '' F a'r
death resulted from pneumonia.

:'r.; '' Mrs. H. L. Delaney, of LaBelle, t Gp00
has been recuperating this week' iHA pi D

y from a severe heart attack which I t u D

she suffered Sunday morning at the .
home of her daughter, Mrs. H. H, : "
% v : .
Turner. Mrs. Delaney was spend-

ing the week-end with Mrs. Turner 4x
when she became ill. Her conditionis 4
i .
much improved and she expectsto

return to LaBelle this week-end. i. -bt

y Rev. and Mrs. Forest C. Taylor :Yg.b Q \ // 1
were called to, Lake Worth to attend s. I \ ( if 1

the funeral of Mr. John Wes- I

ley Risser last Sunday afternoon.Mr. .

Risser was widely known hav- ,1
; / :
." 'ing come to Florida in 1912. For ..
many years he was in business in .
'I-: Cincinnati and had interests in sev- ,
/ eral other states and cities. He

was; a member of the Lake Worth %
ej Rro>
Rotary Club ,and many other .organi

zations.ST. ---..._'-".._,_.

MARY'S ALTAR SOCIETY NEW YORK-A statue representing '
'f ; Gaetano Cecere for the facade of M

(, large group'of Clewiston residents the Home Furnishings Building at I I xow wscc to INCREASES POWER SAVES WEAR .
0" the New York World's Fair 1939. i :
were in Bello Glade on Thurs. .. i-r-


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Gloria lowered the to preventhis I R1CC"W!
lieve that's unanimous. Any dissenting "You guessed it. eyes
CHAPTER IXContinued14 voices? The yeas have it. "Then," he decided after a slow observing the murderous gleamin '
must be Miss Mar- them. The game now was to J
that thisis scrutiny, "you
Not So Hare, I'll you ,
"Who? Martin Holmes? house." ion Norman Van Stratten." draw him gently on. A

here?"- asked Kelsey. wants to "And my I'll remind you that my True to her principle of never allowing "A. Leon is very rich," she mur- :
"Right here. And he conscience to her mured
lease still has a month to run. cramp WNU Service.
see you. Hey, Ulysses I This is your Kelsey rose. "I expect to be sit i amusements, Gloria smiled ,in a "Not as rich as is supposed," was

cue," called Gloria. stopped ting'on the front 'porch for the next manner which might have been tak- the cautious reply.
Holmes came in. his tenant and hour or two. Any Committee on en to indicate assent. In fact, it "And such a dear!"

across the table from Evictions can find me there. I might had that tentative purpose. There "Such fool!" grunted Mr. Gor- TIPS
regarded him with a scowl, ignor- also the intention of playing for a
add that I really need some exer- was about to
outstretched hand "I've gota mine. "He knows no more
ing time. If this meant trouble, as it
to to you Hare," cise. this motion picture business thathe's
few say
", she distrusted primman's
"You're going to stay? 'queried might-for the
said he."Say. looks-"she would stall along. got into, than I do Gardeners
'em." Kelsey looked at his Marne. North Pole."
intention." until she could get warning to
own hand as if surprised to see it "That is my present Marne. "Wouldn't you think that getting r

there and stuck it into his pocket. "And do you expect to be treated whatyou've "So what?" said she brightly.' married and settling down would di- )
"You took the fifteen thousand for like a being, "You are pretty," he charged, as vert his interest from the screen?" Know Your Herbs
'Love Beyond Sin. her of crime. inquired Gloria with a face of inno-
retorted if accusing "
"I did." "Not by you, darr-ling, for them kind cent candor. She had the satisfac- HERBS are- becoming more
Do happen to Kelsey with his sunniest smile. you him wince each year because
"My story. you And still what?" tion of seeing
words. so
awarded "Well, I guess that's that, com- to and help
know that the prize was they are easy grow
the door closed "Very pretty, he added in a "It may have escaped your at-
Gloria as
mented dishes
it make appe-
? everyday.
before you" behind Kelsey's broad and obstinately tone of deep discouragement. tention .that he is already married. tizing and flavorful. Here are important -
"I do. "Should that make you burst out "It hasn't. Nor that he is gettinga
"Wait a second put in Gloria."You're set shoulders. facts about the more important -
going at this wrong-end to. "It's going to be a full house with crying? divorce." herbs which you can growin

D'you want to split fifty-fifty, Tem- two Templeton Sayleses," grinned "It is a complication, said Mr. "Trying to get' a divorce. There your backyard garden: ,
Gormine. "
Holmes. may be difficulties. Anise-Seeds used to flavor
? "
py she admitted. "Not
"No." "You're sticking? "He says not," improvised Gloria. bread, cake, cookies, candy;

"All right. You win." This from "I "certainly am as long as you'rehere. always."Miss Van Stratten, I have a mat- "I think I will sit down," said green leaves good for flavoring

Holmes. "But I just wonder what" a ter of business to present for your Mr., Gormine, who had been stand- salad.
bird like you thinks of himself. consideration." ing ,stiffly. He parted his coat-tails Borage Leaves and flowers
"I wonder a little about that, my- "Believe it or not, Gloria shout- give unusual tang to fruit drinks

self," put in Gloria. and are ,good salad garnish. ; blossoms

"Oh, not so badly, if you ask me." good cut flowers.

"Would you care to have my opin- Caraway-Seeds used to flavor

ion of you?" queried the other man bread, cake, cookies, cheeses,

silkily. U- baked apples.
"Not before a lady," grinned Kel- Chives-Young leaves eaten like
;: onions, or cut up to flavor soups
sey."Don't mind me," said Gloria. "I ;n and salads. )0

guess I think about the same." Dill-Seeds and leaves used for

"You wound me to the heart. In making dill pickles. '

other words, you make me sick. Sweet Fennel-Fresh stems eat-

And ,that goes for both of you. I've en like celery or used in salads;

taken plenty from this household", bulb at base eaten raw or cooked;

but I'm getting good and fed up. leaves add flavor to sauces and

"Calm down, Big Boy; calm soups.

down," soothed Gloria, for his voice l\Iarjoram-Used for seasoning

had assumed an edge which,inspired poultry dressing; young leaves

misgivings in her experienced soul. good for soups and salads; makes

The inside door opened. Marne, attractive house plant. ,...
clad in pajamas and dressing gown, arEEW Sage-Excellent in meat and 'r-
? }m'
stood glooming' at them with heavy k sr < poultry dressings. iiI

eyes. "Hasn't a half-pay star got I
any rights on this lot?" she asked F I
Relieve the dis

"What's your trouble, kid?" coun- Iv AJt3"Q''A FOR comfort-put drops Penetro 2

tered"Sleep.Gloria.You're making more noise < '' Ri 2 I; IAtc H EA D '. 'Nose each astringentlikeaction nostrl-the

than a cageful of hyenas. I don't (OlDS of the
know what the debate is, but why ephedrine and
not leave it to the League of Na- :' essential oils relieves -
the -
tions? c" ,permits freer
Too tough. It'd bust the .organi- nasal breathing.

zation. What d'you think, kid; we've Soothing, cooling,

got two Templeton Sayleses here. l quick-acting. Feel
relief with every
Count 'em, two." take.
breath you .
"One is too -
real said the I. PJ1 E T E @ NOSEDROPS :
"This is the one, I friend, the ex-Templeton Sayles, is going'to take a long journey. P IE
beauty-girl, with an indicative wave "Something tells me that our _
of her arm. "And a pretty interesting ed the stairway to Marne, "thesun's "Don't tell me that you're putting and settled himself gingerly into 1tullet.

specimen, if you ask me. An- up yourself through college by sellingan Heart to Heart

swers to the name of Martin Holmesin coming out. called elegant and instructive set of "O-kay, Big Boy. You don't haveto A man cannot touch his neigh-

'real life. "Well, I'm not, Marne volumes on easy instal-" be stand-offish with little Glo- bor's heart with anything less

"He's certainly an improvement back, "if that's what you mean. "I have long since completed my with little Marion." than his own.-G. Macdonald.NERVOUS .

on the other," opined Marne, ac- "Ah, come on," invited the beauty education," stated Mr. Gormine Fortunately he was too absorbedin

,knowledging the introduction. "In -girl. "There's nothing else to do." stiffly. "Before you were born." He the difficulties of his task to note

fact he couldn't help but be." "I've got some unanswered let- added: "I am 'a lawyer." the slip. "If I may be permitted ?

"Thanking you on behalf of both ters. And this is my day to get 'em "Sorry, but I don't need one." he began; "how-far has this matter )

of us," said Kelsey evenly. off my hands." "May I ask that you abandon this gone?" \..

"Just another fake," said Gloria, Belatedly she had recalled a prom- attitude of levity, Miss Van Strat- Gloria looked coy. "You might Do you feel so nervous:you: want to scream?

regarding him sadly. "I thought ise to Liggy Morse that ,she would ten, and attend to what I have to say we're engaged. Practically, thatis. those Are you dearest cross to and you irritable? ? Do you scold E

1 knew something about men. But write him all about it. Good old say?" As soon as he gets his divorce." If your nerves are on edge and you feel '

he had me fooled." She outlined the Liggy 1 He must have collected his "You may. Shoot." "Mm. So I fea-So I understood. you Lydia need E. Pinkham's a good general Vegetable system Compound tonic, try,

financial deal according to the lucky bet by this time. She would "I represent the estate of the late Then it is actually your intention to made especially for vcrmcn.

Holmes version. "There's the lay- have loved to see him celebratinghis Phineas Peckett." marry Mr. Snydacker, Miss Van For how over to 60 go years"smiling one woman thru"with has told reliable another

out. Anything to add?" she inter- victory. Inspired of a touch of "Pills, pellets and persuasion?" Stratten?" Pinkham's Compound.It helps nature build

rogated the accused. homesickness, there crept into her "Exactly." "I should hope to kiss a pig!" up calm more quivering physical nerves resistance and lessen and discomfortsfrom thus helps

"I'd like to speak to you alone," letter an implication that she wouldnot "Well, if you're here to persuademe returned the false star with fervor. annoying symptoms which often accompany -
said the tenant to his landlord. be averse to seeing him if he ahead and persuade." that female functional disorders.
go "May I assume nothing-er Why not give it a chance to help YOU?
"Well 1 don't want to talk to you happened to be up-state "As you are doubtless aware"- -nothing decisive has thus far tak- Over one million women have written in
wonderful benefits from Pinkham'3Compound.
Gloria went out alone. Strolling marked emphasis on reporting
alone or any other way. there was a en place? }
along beside the roadway she "doubtless"-"the heir to that I love himso
"All right." The lower part of Kel- lazily the "Oh, Mr. Gormine I
sey's countenance took on a look as noted with some surprise the approach estate is Mr. A. Leon Snydacker." ," sighed the girl. 1

if: it had been chiseled hollow and of'a large, strange car, slow- "Now you're getting interesting.Let's "Tut-tut! I am pained to hear' it. Personal Mastery

filled with cement. "I can be justas ly driven. It came to a stop opposite sit down here, side by each, Very pained." He that would govern others,

unpleasant as. anybody else, if her. A small, prim man. in black on this mossy bank and you tell me "You look it." first should be master of himself.-

"' leaned out. all about it," she suggested withan The lawyer' found a grateful res- Massinger.BILIOUS.
Marne nodded a sapient head. "I beg your pardon." encouraging smile. pite in shooing away. a persistent

"What else would you expect of a "What for?" asked Gloria. "It has come to my professional horse-fly. Well, it must be finished

face like that?" "For addressing you on the public attention," said Mr. Gormine, "that somehow. He braced himself and ?

"He certainly does jut a mean highway-: young Mr. Snydacker is in processof said: x
admitted Gloria. "And yet" "I've been addressed before. Be- being compromised-in short, of "That leads us to the next ques- Here Is Amazing Relief for
jaw this isn't public highway. himself with Conditions Due to Sluggish Bowels
dunno." sides, a compromising you. I tion.. t
-she sighed-"I If think all laxatives ,
> >> __ you
him "Then I am lost. Gloria's swift mind began dimlyto "What? More? 0iiJ.. _1i-t1/IUIJ} act aJllce, Just try thld
1 don't have to have "
"Anyway "Where do you want to get to? I perceive potentialities of profit. "I regret that my professionalduty .I!"! .:i.,I."n"-n 3l'y' : all So veciotabla mild, thorough laxative.refreshing
playing opposite me any more, rejoiced "Maiden Effort headquarters." "Compromising?" she retorted. compels me to' a course quiteas ImlgomtlDg. Dependable relief from
the star. sick headaches: bilious spells, tired feeling when
"Check, professor. This is the "What about his compromisingme distasteful to me as it can possi- associated with constipation.
"I dunno about that, either. We'd Without Risk 5ot ft 25 lktt NR from your
rear entrance. ?" bly be to you. druselst. test-then
better wait A. Leon. We don'twant tho box We will
on U not delighted return to us.
the picture." "Then I am not lost," pronouncedthe "That also enters into it," he con- "I know, she conceded, not'quite refund the purchase
to gum him what coming next. price. That'i fair. e
that in stranger. He 'gazed about ceded. "In fact, I 'am willing to I seeing was Get NR Tablets today. A
settle point,
"I'll put ..
with a melancholy eye. admit it as an element in our ne
Holmes. "Something tells me that ALWAYS CARRY
"Check again. But you don't look gotiations." r.r uxr r Nov QUICK RELIEF
our friend, the ex-Templeton Sayles,
is going to take a long journey." happy about it. Negotiations! Gloria's eyes were 'Equal and Exact Justice' O U Yl1,J:
"Yes?" queried that gentleman He shut off his engine and got veiled, as she, did some hard think- Thomas Jefferson in his first inaugural sr l

interestedly. "Where to?" out. "I am Mr. Gormine," he announced ing. If negotiations didn't mean address' said: "Equal and '"

money, she was an Alpine chamois! exact justice to all men-freedom _
place road
"Any on a one-way
"Too, kind., But, after all, why "How do you do?" said Gloria And she certainly considered that of religion freedom of the press, Only I
outfit owed her mon freedom of under the pro-
politely. the Snydacker person
should I? Charming place. Con- MERCHANDISE
genial company. Atmosphere offriendly "May I ask if you belong, here?" tection of the habeas corpus, and OOD r .
ey."Do draw Mr. Snydacker's trial by juries impartially selected '
warmth. Why depart so "Temporarily. you ]I
happy a life?" "In connection with the A. Leon contracts, Mr. Gormine?" she -these principle form the brightest Can Be CONSISTENTLY Advertised j
limpid eyes.. constellation Which has gone be-
"Because you're not wanted Snydacker production ofer asked, lifting O BUY ADVERTISED GOODS
Holmes "I bet Maiden Effort?" "I do. us. --
here, said tartly. I '



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Put Reporter at Ease i

:: When Mark Twain was in Eu- I

rope, a reporter called upon him SmilesPractical II II I I
, :1r .: by appointment. Mark was at '. ",- ..
ease in bed."Mother .
; came into the room," Gal
,', relates Mark's daughter, Clara "At last, my angel," said the
Clemens, "to announce the report- o I I I' Snoopie' I 0 happy man, after he had settled

band er's arrival: and said to her hus- and with truly the minister one." "we, are really

'Youth'-the pet name she had u .... "Theoretically, yes," rejoined'
the practical bride;' "but from ai
given him-'don't you think it will
be somewhat embarrassing for A practical'standpoint, it will be advisable ,
r to,order dinner for two."
the gentleman calling to find you
in bed?'

.{ "Very deliberately came the reply 0 Made Over
: 'Why, if you think so, Livy, r "I'm a self-made man."
S- we could have the other bed madeup "You're lucky. I'm the revised
r work of a wife and three daugh-l'
for him. r. "
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poser: .1
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:: ",',, road-at the wrong places and
::' without looking?
;: :;:,. That's what the National Safety
[:r. -. council is trying to find out after

\ ). an examination of its records fj/;
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?:.:, ;' of the pedestrians killed in rural .f. \1 1lut

\ : I,,' areas and 40 per cent of those r / .i I h
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other than intersections. '
places q possible for me ever to get the
;" ,\ In 1937, the loss of life from
} germs of swell head, Miss Keen.
); these classifications mounted
r Miss Keen-Whenever a skull is
:.. the 5,600 mark. r t.. .i'. not entirely filled with brains, Mr.

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Independent Growers- forty years., The present tax roll,I these, games that are played hereon I white and one for colored to accommodate tablishment of a national monument 1\

based on the Act of 1937, amountsto the home court is beyond me to thirty male' prisoners each, : at the site of Fort Caroline f \

675000. answer. Why more people do not juvenile quarters and padded cells I on the St. Johns Bluff in ,Duvaln y

(Continued from page one) Should the plan be accepted as buy season tickets and support' for white and colored insane. There I county, and parks on Santa Rosa -

planted.R. drawn by the bondholders an": im- school athletics is also far past all will be quarters for white and color- Island, Crooked Island and the bodyof

E. Kurtzand John Tiedtke mediate tax collection campaignwill reason. Maybe (I say, maybe for I ed female prisoners accommodating land lying off St. Joseph's Bay,
it has its possibilities) the townspeople eight each, and an enclosed patio
with the largest: acreage of any of probably be started. Taxes all in i the western part of the state.
i believe basketball is that for exercise. The sheriff's office will
the independents .have harvestedless for 1936 and prior years will be During the course of the meeting,
| which is classified as a dangerous include identification bureau. Living
than one half of their crop of cancelled under the plan and thoseof held, in the Roosevelt hotel in Jacksonville -
case of highly contagious disease. quarters for the jailer will consistof
320 acres in the Liberty Point area 1937 and 1938 will be due and, i 1 the directors selected Ocala
I'm here to say that any who living room, two bedrooms, bath
Mr. Kurtz states that his yields' and payable. I as the site for next quarterly session
think of basketball in these terms and dining room. The large kitchen I
sucrose averages are running about ; approved the appointment of
I might try coming to see our games will bo in the center of the building.
the same as they :did last season on Clarence Bitting of Clcwiston and

a smaller acreage., On some of the ,,''llmlWmmlllllII! millllmlllmlllmIIillmllmlilllw.;! !!! [ imlllllml: lImliIWmmIDI'I.! and small-pox.see. who goes. home And see with who measles is-I i and.Everything the building will will be under be 70 x one 70,roof immediately New York City, andBurdett, Loomisof

cane where the tonnage .has decreased Pierce as members of the board,
astonished and surprised and keeps adjoining the courthouse.
the sucrose content ,has Increased. I representing sugar and phosphate
SCHOOL NEWSEditor calling for more. We certainly
of the 114 already interests and
Most acres those respectively, voted for
would appreciate sincerely if
A Total of Home
harvested was of the 962 varietyand I 3,074 admission of the Florida Title As-
__"" _'.'.'". Bill Owen who haven't coming try
averaged 38 tons per acre witha Ass't Editor ........ J. D. Hooker to come once in a while. And to I Loans Made In 1938 sociation as a member organization. .
None of
sucrose average of Sports Editor ........_. Dick Owen those who have been coming the invitation Pick Executive Committee

the heavy barrel cane has yet been is as much as ever issuedto ---.- The 1939 executive committee was 'j

cut.J. you. I II Washington -= A total of 3,074 elected to include: President Harold
E. Beardsley in the Rltta sec PJJijm ]IilmOOill! WjlmrnlllmmIlWI! mlllmillmjllllllliilllrnmIIJmlillllmm: ! III I Season tickets are on sale at home loans were made by the 48, Colee, Jacksonville! Vice President,

tion has harvested his'entire crop II SECOND GRADE fifty cents for students and a dol- Federal savings and loan associa- N. P. Yowell, Orlando; Treasurer, J.

of 73 acres and the sugar averageon I The second grade has had several lar for adults.TIGEIRETTES I tions in Florida during 1938, set- D. Ingraham, Jacksonville; Secretary
his entire field ran more than
new pupils since Christmas. They ting new records of service to their R. G. Grassfield, Jacksonville;
five tons' per acre. The average I LOSE; TIGERS I and J. S. Foley Foley J. P. Walker
are: Marjie McCracken, Jackie communities, officials of the Fed ; -
tonnage for the whole field ran 49 TIE IN FT. ;MYERS GAMES
Jacksonville; Stephen McCready,
Daughtery, Dorothy Williams and eral Home Loan Bank Board an-
per cent with an average sucrose: Alfred Dodge. Vernice Creel and I The Clewiston Tigers and Tiger- nounced recently. The statementwas Ocala; Carl D. Brorein, Tampa, and
content of 14.7. His 962 varietyran I' ettes arrived home rather sad from
C. Hanks, Miami. The men
C. J. Johnson have moved away. based on reports received from
17.5 per cent sucrose.R. their game with Fort Myers, Junior
The following pupils have had I the association, O. K. LaRoque, formed the 1938 committee and the
M. Bishop, also in the Ritta High boys and girls on Tuesday
re-election was on motion by Director )
birthdays recently: Juanita Dobbins president of the Federal Loan
area is now cutting the last half of evening which was played at the
Edward Bourne; June Collier I Bank of Winston-Salem, and GeorgeW. Ralph Blank of West Palm
field. The first half
his forty acre pier in Fort Myers.
and Bobby Hanna. Bobby and ;. Tompkins, secretary of the Beach.
was of the 962 variety; and yielded The girls played first but they I I
The fuel oil tax discussion
Janette celebrated with birthday Florida Savings, Building and Loan was
43 tons per acre with a sucrose suffered a loss at the hands of the
parties. League. initiated by Mayor Sam Y. Wayof
content of 16.25. He is now cut- Fort Myers team who managed to I
I Orlando, president of the Florida
ting variety 2725 which he esti- make a bigger percentage of field These associations closed the year
THIRD GRADE League of Municipalities, who said
mates will ;yield close to 70 tons goals. B. Sapp was high scorer for with 23,689 savers' listed as mem-
Mrs. Wakefield' who teaches the the proposed tax would more than
per acre. Fort Myers with 12 points creditedto bers, whose savings had reached a
double the first cost of the oil.
third grade has been ill for the I
Harley 'Watson with 110 acres in past her. Collins, Morgan and Hen-= total of $17,982,030 on December
Speaking for the motion by Mayor
week and Mrs. Prewitt has been
the Lake Harbor section has also i dry were the other scorers with 31, another indication of the way '>
Way were: W. T. Edwards, Jack-
harvested a portion of, his crop, including taking her place. All of the pupils small sums credited to each. Violet Florida people are making use of
hope that she will be back with sonville, who referred to the heavyuse
the early 962 variety. This Bethea made 5 of the Tigerettes 10 the thrift facilities these institu-
of fuel oil in paper'mill opera-
yielded 58 tons per acre with 15 per] them soon. points, with Robbins and Pullen tions offer. Savings increased $7-
tions and said the tax if enacted
cent sucrose. making two each, and Von Mach 880,660 during the 12 months. Such
would be "the most disastrous pieceof
Carl Berner is the only indepen- SIXTH GRADE scoring on a free shot for a point.In savings are fully protected up to
Last week the sixth graders sold legislation ever enacted ,againstany
dent grower who has not: started the last quarter Clewiston made $5,000 per person by the Federal "

harvesting. \ twelve boxes ,of candy in order to half of their points against two Savings and Loan Insurance Cor- state, particularly'Florida;

No final settlement, has been obtain a basketball for their own made 'by Fort Myers.At poration, a $117,000,000 Federal President Colee, who referred to

use. They wish to thank all those the end of the first quarterthe government instrumentality. the fuel oil operations of the Flor-
made by of these and
any growers I I
j who I ida East Coast railway.
helped by purchasing candy. Clewiston boys were holding
the financial results of their sugar I I I Assets of these locally-owned and
Mescal Lewis, a new member, the Fort Myers, team to 15-6. In
cane enterprise has not been fully managed thrift and home-financing

determined. However, all of the has joined our class this month. We the half, Clewiston was 20, Fort institutions, under national character U. S. S. C. Wins -

welcome her and hope that she will Myers, 12. At the end of the third I-
enthusiastic feel
growers are ; and and ,supervision, grew to $38-
be with us for the remainder of the quarter Fort Myers advanced one
that a good margin of profit may I 010,160 in the year, $9,657,010
term. point while the Tigers remained (Continued from page 1)
made in most instances. .: above the. figure 12 months before.
stationary. When the final whistle idea of sugar growing and harvesting -

CLEWISTON SCHOOL WILL blew Clewiston and Fort Myers tied Federal associations in Floridaare and sugar manufacture. This

New R. F. c.- ELECT ITS SWEETHEART at 21 up. A three-minute period located in: Bartow, Clewiston, projector,'is proving of great inter-

I -, : followed and the teams still tied, DeLand, Eustic, Fernandina, Ft. : est to huge crowds daily. ,

Rehearsals are in full swing for this time at 23 up. Another three Lauderdale, Ft. Myers, Ft. 'Pierce, Various pamphlets and booklets

(Continued From Page One) I Gainesville, Hollywood, Homestead, descriptive of the great Everglades
an outstanding event of the season: minute period was played and at

interrupted for a time when they namely, a musical revue, "Sweet- I.I the end, 26-26 was the final ,score. I Jacksonville, Kissimmee, Lake City, industry are also distributed free

discovered that a new commitment hearts on Parade," which is' to be I Both teams called it quits and let Lake Wales, Lake Worth, Lakeland, to anyone who wishes this litera-
would have to be' made
and another given in the school auditorium it go for' a tie. Leesburg, Marianna, Miami, Miami ture.

trip to Washington was neces- Beach, New Smyrna, Ocala, Orlando, I
Monday evening, February 6. It is The following made the designated -
the latter of
sary part December. r under the direction of Miss Mildred scores: Brantley, 7; Winn, 6; Palatka, Panama City, Punta Gorda,

The RFC held out for an ad va- Pike and is Waldron, 5; Owen, 4; and Hare, 4.I I''St. Petersburg, Sanford, Sarasota,
lorem tax to the loan and I sponsored by the II
repay Junior Class. Fort Myers highest scores were: Tallahassee, Tampa, Tavares, Vero READ THE AD$

when the board members said that More than Lee, 9;_ Ellis, 7; and Garner, 6. Beach, West Palm Beach, Winter
hundred will
this a com- Along With the News
was absolutely impossible and Haven and Winter Park. I
that the district was capable of pose the cast which will thrill you

sufficient with their gorgeous costumes and Clewiston Tigers-
paying drainage taxes to ,
take care of the loan they dispatched entertain you with their bright C. Of C. Opposes

music, comedy and many novel ef --
a representative, Chauncey Y. '
(Continued from page 1)
fects. Fuel. Oil Tax
Dodds, to Florida to check on this FOR SALELunch
The bins, Von Mach, forwards; Wethington -I '
finale, a wedding scene, is
possibility. It was less than a
Leiter and Bailey, guards with
week after Mr. Dodds had returnedto : composed of the outstanding boys '
Pullen, Johnson and Hooker' substi With! one speaker terming the
and prettiest girls in school
Washington that the board mem- as selected -
tutes. proposal as "a punitive tax aimed: and bar equipment including -
by popular vote.
The girl
bers followed him and stayed there I
voted prettiest will be the bride Boynton Boys: Brown and :at the protection of the coal interests rcstnurant-si/e electric refrigerator -

made.until the new commitment was and will be presented with a diam- Pierce, forwards; White, center; I ;" the directors of the Florida!I stools, chairs, tables,

The conditional ond dinner ring as a token of her Weaver and Brant, guards. Subs. State Chamber of Commerce: recently counters, display case, steam "
commitment were McRae, Croft, Schulz and Cul- went record cooker, glass
popularity.For on as being 1 percolators, griddle,
which was finally passed on by RFC
an evening of sparkling pepper. Clewiston Boys: Hare and I unanimously opposed to the levying] fans, ceiling fan, dishes, $3oO
directors last en-
Saturday provides for
Waldron, forwards, Brantley, cen-
tertainment be by the United States Government cash. Xot sold separately at this
the loan of $3,702,218.84, the, on hand Mondayand ter and Winn and Ford, g ards: I
see Clewiston High'prettiest I of the proposed three cents a, gal price.,
amount necessary to pay the indebtedness Vaughn, Patterson and Owen were
lon tax on fuel oil.
girl and
on a basis of thirty cents, substitutes.Fort .

the same as the first committment, The bridesmaids are: Billie Hooker Myers! Girls: Sapp, Collins, The directors also adopted resolutions -I W. C. Oates

but the loan is contingent upon the Bernice Guthrie, Christine Bell, Morgan, forwards' ; Fohl, Snipes and in which President

fulfilment of certain obligations by Gaudy Waters, Florence Graham, Hord, guards. Haines, Hendry, lin D. Roosevelt and the Frank-I I 1037 Crawford St. Fort .Myers9t'6

the board. One provision is that Lee Pridgeon, Edythe Nell Cor- Barwick, Powell and Stricklandwere Park Service were asked L I

the district shall deposit in a fed- nette, Maxine Doty, Marie Robbins, the substitutes. Clewiston favorable consideration to the esj _

eral reserve bank as a 'reserve fund Renee Wethington, Leah Richaudand Girls: Bethea, Robbins, and Hooker ,
-------- ------
the amount of $450,000. .before any June Hooker. forwards; Wethington, Johnson r

disbursement is'made by RFC. Ushers are: Louis Leiter, J. D. and Von Mach, guards. Von Mach,

Another is that at least 450,000 Hooker, Hervey Bourne, DiCk Pat- Bailey, Pullen and Leiter were sub-

| acres of land or ten per cent of the terson, Thomas Waldron, 'Morris stitutes. about time to

total lands of the district must be Ford, Owen Winn, Leroy Hare, Bill Fort Myers Boys: Garner and VlN&S

duly discharged as of December 31, Owen, Jimmy Holland and James Smith, forwards; Snipes, center; q"o.Q
1938, from all liability for generalor Lolley. Hendry and Ellis, guards., Subs you. ... of:A.T.'YOUR l.

special taxes or assessments The services of Mrs. Beatrice An- were Lee, Whidden, Gamier and O Ivcs1MNTvo

thereon, whether delinquent or) thony, junior class sponsor and Miss Foster. Clewiston Boys: Hare and

current. 100,000 acres must be Jn Alice Steinholtz, accompanist, are Waldron, forwards; Brantley, center t

the high tax zone, No. 1, 125,000 in,deeply appreciated. ; Winn and Owen, guards. Von -

the second high zone, No.* 2, and -Roberta Spicer. Mach, Hare and Ford' were sub 3'

the remainder in No.3] I stitutes. I CE CI

The Trustees of the Internal Im- EDITORIAL OX ESKET BALL

provement Fund, creditors to the Wlhat is basket ball? Is.i t a W.P.A Approves Plans

amount of $1,011,475.85, have poison, or much worse, a deadly di YOU can't afford to procrastinatemuch

agreed to sease? Is it contagious and doe-
settle for twenty cents on For New County Jail
the_ dollar as has the board of directors it give one pains or ills? Does it longer in starting to save s ,

of the Arnndel Corporation, form harm one in any. way \ shape or...' portion of your income..and invest

creditors in the amount of $1,825- -physically, mentally or mor (LaBelle News)
ally? No 'oua oJr D it wisely... during productive
685.55. Miscellaneous bills of some of course it does not President Roosevelt Wednesday your t

.$123,500 will also be settled for the basketball I speak of! approved the WPA.project for a new -- t\\1\ 0'" years. The slogan/"Save and Have"

twenty cents. I'll tell you what basketball u. Hendry county jail, to cost approximately -;:
ES be old-fashioned
It is a game of skill SPvI may but the sensible '
With the loan, a possible $744- with added $32,000, 'according to a telegram ;

327.05 from tax collections for the luck. It Is as much fun to the received Thursday morning ovNts people that follow i it are the

::Tears 1937 and 1938, and spectators to watch as, it is to the from United States Senator Claude ; 'Yo .
$160,000in happy eeVe'lJ
ones glad'yhelp
participants to \S A you
cash the board will have play. It is thrill- Pepper. Federal funds appropriatedwill
a total ..
.... "'"
packed-offering new excitement the to furnish with time-triod safeand
of $4,060,545.It be $25,427, county you our ,
is believed every minute of it. It is a gam the balance, about $6,000, also "), '
by the board profit r
members of friendliness 3 savings plans.!
that a successful good-behavior. equipment, some materials and some
now in sight for many of the bond- echools It creates good feeling between the labor. Frankg E. Bales and brothersof

holders have and, towns backing tho Fort Myers are the architects.
already agreed to the
teams. It is representative of all Work will begin at the discretionof .

than proposed$200,000 settlement.is, needed Slightly annually more to that is good and clean in life. In WPA state administrator.Plans .Clewis ton Federal Savings "
simple form it is '
a pleasing, exciting call for -
$200,000 is a- one story cream v .
needed ,
annually wholesome sport and has every-I building to be erected on the south- (
the ,RFC loan,, principal and l thing} a game should have to offer. east corner of the courthouse block. and Loan Association y
Interest, and pay it off In full In / :
'. '. ",1 ti"r more. people. do.' not" attend. There. will be two Jarg cells: one for : )

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